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13 yaşındayken "dünya öğretmeni" seçilen Krishnamurti, hayatını dünyayı dolaşarak, insanlarla, yaşama ve dünyaya dair konuşarak geçirdi. Kendisine mesihlik yakıştırılmış olmasına rağmen bunu hiçbir zaman kabul etmedi. Onun için, karşılaştığı herkes başlı başına bir "birey"di. Bu nedenle öğretmekten çok paylaşmayı ilke edindi. Yine de dünya üzerindeki milyonlarca kişi ondan ...more
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Published 2011 by Omega (first published 1964)
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Oct 02, 2010 Brixton rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I read this at age 15, while ditching P.E. classes at school. Fair to say that it contributed significantly to my dropping out of school immediately, a choice by which I've not suffered in the least.
Pulkit Singhal
Mar 11, 2013 Pulkit Singhal rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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We all think. We all think a lot. There are myriad of thoughts that pervade the space of our mind. Everyday we confront them and are unable to either understand them or put a stop to them. Is thinking bad? No. We are what we believe. And our beliefs come from various sources: conditioning, books, education, experience, philosophies, religion, family values etc. But thinking is able to question them and if we are willing to shed them in the event of realizing their uselessness or take a mighty st ...more
Sep 28, 2007 Jaime rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
i was introduced to krishnamurti at a time when i was looking for closure in many painful aspects of my life (childhood). in his own way, he sat me down alone, and forced with a gentle push, to examine the quiet truths me all have access to if we slow our mind and open our eyes.

he's been a tremendous healer.
As a child, Krishnamurti had the bizarre experience of being chosen as the spokesperson/messiah of the Theosophists. He later renounced their group and his teachings are centered on mental freedom and non-allegiance to a creed or belief system. He is anti-guru, anti-mantra, anti-puja. He teaches that the purpose of education is freedom of the mind and people should do what they love and not get trapped in materialism. What strikes me as so ironic is that today higher and formal education is tigh ...more
Arun George
Feb 06, 2013 Arun George rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Perhaps the coolest Indian ever lived since the Buddha and Mahatma Ghandi. Perhaps.
Jan 09, 2012 Slareck rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The only way out of our trap of destructiveness is personal change. And the only way to change is to watch one's thoughts with a keen and open mind and learn how and why one thinks what one does. Doing so will help us drop the loads of useless social and cultural baggage that we are weighed down by. Baggage that comes from our parents and by our culture and by our schools and by our religions. It is this that Krishnamurti says will lead to a revolt because one will be able to see for the first t ...more
Mr Buchanan
Aug 03, 2009 Mr Buchanan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wonderfully thought-provoking, sometimes infuriatingly so!
Krishnamurti's mission is no less than the purging of the self from our thinking, so this is much more a "how to think" than a "what to do" book. The chapters are structured as Q & A sessions between Krishnamurti and his students which makes them all the more readable. Interestingly, Krishnamurti's teachings do not reduce well to soundbites so I won't quote them here - there's no witty aphorisms - it's his steady, unwavering gaze into
Harish Challapalli
One of the best books I read!! Great narration by Mr.Krishna murti!! Though some of the points are different from what I believe, I liked the way he presented and respect his opinion!!

I feel Mr. Krishna murti and swamy vivekananda are like two sides of a coin!! Both have their own perceptions but focus on the same point, inspiring youth and stressing on how to leave fear and achieve goals!!

In the middle, few chapters went on with a dull note but on the whole, this is one of the best inspiring b
Oskari Mizfit
Dec 04, 2013 Oskari Mizfit rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have read several Krishnamurti books, among them there have been a few that have made a significant impact in my perception of many things and resonate with me onward in a very profound way; this is one of them...
Matthew Holbert
Oct 05, 2015 Matthew Holbert rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When I read this book at the age of sixteen, it forever changed my life and perspective. I owe being my own philosopher and teacher to the fundamental wisdom found in this book.
Karen Lewin-Hicks
One can never have enough Krishnamurti. He makes one think on these things not because he ordains it but because it is sanity, if one lives and loves honestly.
Jul 10, 2012 Isil rated it it was amazing

Yine Krishnamurti ve yine uzuuun süren okuma dönemi. Bilinenden Kurtulmak'taki gibi sindire sindire okudum. Açıkçası bu daha kolay okunan bir kitap. Okullarda küçük çocuklarla, anne babalarla ve eğitmenlerle yapılan söyleşiler konuları üzerinden bir araya getirilmiş. Baştan sona okumak yerine hayatınızın o döneminde sizi ilgilendiren bir konuyu seçip o bölümü okuyabilirsiniz. Her bölüm önce bir açıklama metni arkasındansa her yaştan dinleyenlerin soruları
I believe liberal arts colleges should be giving copies of this book to every prospective student they come into contact with. One of the many things described is the nature and value of what we would call a liberal arts education in the United States.

The book is a transcription of questions and answers between a group of students-and-teachers and the author Jiddu Krishnamurti. The type of audience within the book determined its primary focus of grappling with questions of education. However, th
Mar 25, 2007 aleshia rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wow! Krishnamurti is one of my favorite Indian philosophers. He gives penetrating observations on everything around us. Education, life, love, freedom, discipline, the mind, he touches so many subjects. He gives insight coming from a delicate balance of mind, heart and soul. Some of his passages still give me chills of realization when I read them. I have read many of the books from his library, but this is by far the most profound to me. Although it is an easy read, the messages contained withi ...more
Ben Wood
Jun 18, 2008 Ben Wood rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Among the most thoughtful and provocative books I have ever read. Krishnamurti's brilliant mind is revealed in his lectures and responses to school children in India. Absolutely fascinating and a simple, beautiful vision of what is at the roots of what is wrong with the world, and how it can be righted.
Sep 11, 2011 Fawn rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Krishnamurti was my first exposure to Eastern ways of thinking. I was having significant difficulties at the time and his words completely changed my perspective. Even today, when I read this book, it takes my breath away. He had a gift for explaining how detachment can bring peace of mind. I am forever grateful for this book.
Jan 05, 2009 Kristen rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very powerful book. It points out societal flaws and gives suggestions as to how we may alter our thoughts/behaviors to lead a more meaningful life.
Jim George
Nov 07, 2010 Jim George rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book will make you think, it's inspiring, although it really goes all over the place. Inspiring without any spiritual overtones - kind of be here now intellectually.
Mishkin Santa
Aug 10, 2009 Mishkin Santa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Fav in philosophy!
Nov 17, 2015 Rotto rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
หนังสือกบฏความคิดเปนหนังสือสำหรับคนหนุมสาวทีแตกหนอในวัยกำลังเรียนม.ปลาย หนังสือนีทำหนาทีอยางดีในการบรรยายขอเทจจริงของการศึกษาและสังคมโลก หนังสือเลมนีไมแตกตางจากหนังสือ แดหนุมสาว ของกฤษณมูรติ ทีแปลโดย พจนา จันทรสันติ แตกบฏความคิด แปลโดย เจตน เจริญโท สำนวนการเขียนตางกัน เพราะแปลคนละแบบ ของพจนา จันทรสันติ รับรูการตืนรูของคนหนุมสาวในวัยสงสัย สวน เจตน เจริญโท รับรูการตืนรูโดยการกบฏความคิดและกบฏสังคมโดยรอบขาง แตทังสองเลมกมีแตกตางทีไมเหมือนกัน รับรูรสชาติคนละแบบ แตมาจากหนังสือกฤษณมูรติเลมเดียวกัน แตแปล ...more
Jeffrey Cohan
At times I grew frustrated in reading Krishnamurti’s “Think on These Things,” but I’m glad I stuck with it and finished it. While there may be holds and voids in Krishnamurti’s theories, ultimately his message of love and search for God are uplifting.

The book’s basic premise, reiterated countless times over its 247 pages, is that we should free ourselves of any religion, ideology, belief system or even past experience and view reality with a totally open, unclouded mind. He is especially contemp
Megan Falke
Nov 06, 2013 Megan Falke rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: NO ONE
Recommended to Megan by: My teacher...
If I could give this book a 0 star I would. I wouldn't go into the negative, but I would definitely give it a zero. I was required to read this book for a paper, but even if that had not been the case after reading the first chapter I would have gone to return the book. He literally talks down to the listener/reader. "Do you understand? Should I speak more slowly so it is easier" "Do you understand what love is?" "Why do you love your mother, father, or siblings". When someone gets mad of course ...more
Jan 22, 2013 Vijai rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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We non-conformists could be a lot of things to this world but one thing we aren't is being illogical. A quality little less understood and even lesser in practice by the larger populace but a rite of passage if you want to be amongst us. There is no question that Mr. Krishnamurti occupies a place of respect in this tiny but shunned world of ours but any non-conformist worth his salt will say that Mr. Krishnamurti said a few things south of logical. Case in example being, when explaining about a ...more
Peter Fogtdal
Jun 01, 2014 Peter Fogtdal rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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No wonder Krishnamurti didn't have a huge following. He was brilliant, thought-provoking, intellectual, and a spiritual teacher who didn't like God much. If you want to have your views challenged, read this man who definitely had one of the best minds of the 21st century. If you were to categorize him (you shouldn't), Krishnamurti was a Buddhist who overdosed on Buddha.

PS (1). Yes, it's true, Krishnamurti would have HATED this review. He didn't believe in comparisons and would have blushed readi
Gaurav Mathur
Jul 06, 2013 Gaurav Mathur rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
J. Krishnamurti is one of the few people who have had a great impact on my life through their words.

This book is among his best.

I used this to teach English to school students, and also discovered that it had language simpler than a Standard 5 English textbook.

This man talks about the important issues of life in a language simpler than one found in a Standard 5 English textbook.

His insights into human mind are extremely penetrating, and at times, disturbing, but always healing.

Strongly suggest a
Peter Realeza
Sep 19, 2012 Peter Realeza rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
i got into the works of krishnamurti after coming back from my month traveling from mongolia. after coming back, i was just lost with regards to my job. i was so happy when i traveled but always felt dissatisfied when i came back from any trip. i was able to realize on my own regarding this emptiness i was feeling and i was running out of ways to fill them. a friend introduced me to krishnamurti and some how his words just made sense of things in my life. i only wish i had found his work earlier ...more
Silvia A. Ramos Ceñal
Krishnamurti is a very important light on the road. I recommend everybody to read him, even though it could be hard to understand completely, mainly, for the kind of person who is too attached to certain philosophical and/or religious beliefs. Krishnamurti would let you with a very healthy uncertainness, a sense of wondering, and no limits for your thought.
Dec 01, 2008 Ryan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Krishnamurti is the antidote to Western-style ambition. Not just to obtain status-symbol possessions, but also the entire enterprise of "success". This book takes the form of a dialogue between a group of children and Krishnamurti making what he has to say more accessible than some of his other books.
Larry Kenney
This was a life changing event. His philosophy of freeing your mind to truly see the world around you and not get caught up in the everyday struggles for success and status is something everyone should embrace.
Jason Courtney
Jul 19, 2007 Jason Courtney rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have an older copy of this book, published in 1964...yellowed pages, that characteristic scent of old paperbacks, and the timeless words of Krishnamurti...makes for a good yearly read.
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Jiddu Krishnamurti was born on 11 May 1895 in Madanapalle, a small town in south India. He and his brother were adopted in their youth by Dr Annie Besant, then president of the Theosophical Society. Dr Besant and others proclaimed that Krishnamurti was to be a world teacher whose coming the Theosophists had predicted. To prepare the world for this coming, a world-wide organization called the Order ...more
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“Surely education has no meaning unless it helps you understand the vast experience of life with all its subtleties, with its extraordinary beauty, its sorrows and joys. You may earn degrees, you may have a series of letters after your name and land a good job, but then what? What is the point of it all if in the process your mind becomes dull, weary, stupid?” 30 likes
“We want to make life permanent, but in doing so we go against nature, and there lies our pain. Only the mind which is always moving, without resting places and fixed ideas, can be in tune with life and therefore joyful.” 15 likes
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