Jiddu Krishnamurti - Freedom From The Known (Audiobook)

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Audiobook : Freedom From The Known by Jiddu Krishnamurti ( With Subtitles & Clear Audio)

0:00- Chapter 1: The Basic Nature of Man
29:16- Chapter 2: Learning about ourselves, simplicity and humility, conditioning.
48:39- Chapter 3: Consciousness, the totality of life, awareness.
1:00:01- Chapter 4: Pursuit of pleasure, desire, perversion by thought, memory, joy.
1:10:00- Chapter 5: Self-concern, craving for position, fears and total fear, fragmentation of thought, ending of fear.
1:31:15- Chapter 6: Violence, anger, justification and condemnation, the ideal and the actual.
1:50:17- Chapter 7: Relationship, conflict, society, poverty, drugs, dependence, comparison, desire, ideals, hypocrisy.
2:09:31- Chapter 8: Freedom, revolt, solitude, innocence, living with ourselves as we are.
2:18:43- Chapter 9: Time, sorrow, death.
2:32:22- Chapter 10: Love.
2:53:10- Chapter 11: To look and to listen, art, beauty, austerity, images, problems, space.
3:09:02- Chapter 12: The observer and observed.
3:17:46- Chapter 13: What is thinking, ideas and action, challenge, matter, the beginning of thought.
3:29:14- Chapter 14: The burdens of yesterday, the quiet mind, communication, achievement, discipline, silence, truth and reality.
3:40:42- Chapter 15: Experience, satisfaction, duality, meditation.
3:54:15- Chapter 16: Total revolution, the religious mind, energy, passion.

Widely recognized as one of the most influential spiritual teachers of the twentieth century, Jiddu Krishnamurti taught that in order for there to be peace in the world, we must each first make peace with ourselves. No spiritual path, leader, or personal or political philosophy will guide us in this endeavor, he said; this transformation of the human psyche is a truth that each of us must discover within. Krishnamurti teaches that the war and destruction human beings wreak on each other and the environment are caused by our misplaced attachment to a sense of self and individuality that leads to aggression, competition, greed, and conflict. When we recognize that our consciousness is not individual but common to all humans, we can work together in a spirit of cooperation and compassion. Krishnamurti shows that taking personal responsibility for our actions and reactions-in our relationships and in our lives-is the necessary first step toward a global view.

Foreword: This book has been written at Krishnamurti's suggestion and has his approval. The words have been chosen from a number of his recent talks (in English), taped and previously unpublished, to audiences in various parts of the world. Their selection and the order in which they are presented are my responsibility.
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Narrator :Adam Behr

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Timestamps:
The Basic Nature of Man: (0:00​)
Learning about ourselves: (29:16)
Consciousness: (48:39​)
Pursuit of pleasure: (1:00:01​)
Self-concern: (1:10:00​)
Violence: (1:31:15)
Relationship, conflict: (1:50:17)
Freedom, revolt, solitude: (2:09:31)
Time, sorrow, death: (2:18:43​)
Love: (2:32:22​)
To look and to listen: (2:53:10​)
The observer and observed: (3:09:02​)
What is thinking: (3:17:46​)
The burdens of yesterday: (3:29:14)
Experience: (3:40:42​)
Total revolution: (3:54:15​)

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