Sunday, May 30, 2010

Something Krishnamurti said in a conversation I just read took my breath away. I hope this excerpt makes sense out of context. I have a feeling it can stand alone; do let me know if it doesn't.

Questioner: I shall have to go into this very, very deeply.

Krishnamurti: But this also can become an occupation which becomes an escape. If you see this with complete clarity it is like the flight of the eagle that leaves no mark in the air.


  1. I'll have to look for it online. Why don't you search for a sentence from this excerpt? Or even just search on google.

    Post a link here also, please :)

  2. Prahlad ji said the exact same thing yesterday evening at the valley! :)

  3. Deductive analysis meanders along a logical path taking its own time like a mouse working its way through a maze. Compared to an insight, that's instantaneous and clear, having no trace or a path, like an observer taking a step away from the maze and looking at it in its entirety, and seeing in an instant the solution from beginning to the end.