Friday, July 8, 2011

The Natural State: In the Words of U. G. Krishnamurti




This book, an anthology of Ug's conversations, taken from many sources, offers some of the most startling and penetrating of Ug's words. Something happened to him in his 49th year, a release from the dominance of the thought structure that encases human beings. Ug calls this 'the natural state.' In the end, what people are left with, after their encounter with Ug, is the feeling that something different has happened, but they can't quite say what it is - they've entered a world that they never knew existed and they will never be the same again.
















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