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J Krishnamurti

Post  caledonia on Thu Jun 20, 2013 2:38 am

I found a picture of his hands in this article

http://bohmkrishnamurti.com/essays-etc/a-very-personal-conversation-with-krishnamurti/

Can someone with technical know how improve the photo resolution, size etc?

Thanks


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Re: J Krishnamurti

Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Jun 20, 2013 9:42 pm


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Re: J Krishnamurti

Post  seawaves on Thu Jul 11, 2013 1:41 pm

Jiddus Philosophy comes from his fate line emerging out of the moon and a bow on the moon which starts from the bottom of life line and moves to the head line.

His heart line going straight and under the jupiter finger shows that he would have been a generous person, who would have not acquired wealth for himself.

The complexity of his thinking comes from lack of sun line. Though he had powerful speeches, but the context was always unclear.

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jiddu krishnamurthi

Post  saradhavijaya on Tue Jul 16, 2013 5:42 am

When i was young ( i was introduced to jk s books through my father) , even, i felt the same, that is, i was not clear, or able to understand fully, what he was trying to tell.

But as years passed by, when you get more experiences in Life, and you read the same book, same stanzas , again and again, you understand and , start enjoying his books.

I used to feel, people who have fixed ideas, about what is right and wrong and have deep belief in a certain religion or any "isms" , they are not able enjoy or accept , what he tells. ( this is just my opinion..not meant to hurt anybody...)

When read with an open mind, it does, throws some light.

Commentries on Living (volume 1 to 3) were the most enjoyable book, i ve come across.

Much thanks, for posting his palm snaps as  i am a deep admirer of JK.

S Vijaya saradha


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Re: J Krishnamurti

Post  seawaves on Tue Jul 16, 2013 5:53 am

Jiddu was indeed a philosopher and I have read most of his books.

The teaching gets muddled beyond a certain point. It is metaphorical . I cannot debate here with you so many issues that he discussed and were contradictory. Specially, on the subject of Awareness.

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jiddu krishnamurthi

Post  saradhavijaya on Tue Jul 16, 2013 6:53 am

no..no...no question of debate arises here.
This is my opinion, and that is your opinion.
What resonates for you, might not, for me, and vice versa.... and nobody can convince another person, of his/her view, though , one might win an argument..!

Actually, i wrote that, with this point in view:


""The complexity of his thinking comes from lack of sun line. Though he had powerful speeches, but the context was always unclear.""

Quoting from your above post,

I felt his discussions were not so complex . Neverthless i felt the language tough.

When seen in close up, i think, Sun line is there, above the Heart line. ( longer in Right palm, than in Left palm) .

isnt it? or am i wrong?

Warm regards,
S Vijaya saradha


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Re: J Krishnamurti

Post  seawaves on Tue Jul 16, 2013 7:24 am

Anyway, Jiddu was a great master in his own sense. Cannot undermine him.

Sun line, is seen, if one enlarges the picture, but is not that powerful to show deep intelligence.

His relinquishing God hood comes from his head line going straight under the jupiter. Person, who would have rather spend his life as a celebrity and someone with public interest.

Conditioning is another subject, which Jiddu deliberated , but could not explain to his subjjects that conditioning was both important and not important. He went into the extremes of non conditioning.

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