U.G. Krishnamurti Enlightenment Versus Jed McKenna Enlightenment

"There is no self to be realized. The whole religious structure that has been built on this foundation collapses because there is nothing there to realize." U.G. Krishnamurti U.G. is the guy whom I resonate with the most. Jed McKenna said in one of his books that there are passages of U.G. where he has … Continue reading U.G. Krishnamurti Enlightenment Versus Jed McKenna Enlightenment

Get It Got It

  Rudy asked me a few questions here that I would like to address. But before I do... I used to live near places like that photo above. I lived in a town, but it was surrounded by the rolling green hills, narrow country lanes, cute villages and tiny hamlets with an obligatory old church … Continue reading Get It Got It

To You Know Who

EDITORIAL MISSION STATEMENT "To erase boundaries, right wrongs, ease suffering, uplift the down-trodden, ennoble the poor in spirit and make ludicrous amounts of money without actually doing a whole lot." said Jed a long time ago. 'Tis proved doable. Huh.. sorta. Parts of.  Well...………… ONE part. Do you know the most odd aspect of trawling … Continue reading To You Know Who

Words Negate Reality: At Silence Point

Below is U.G. Krishnamurti's last talk recorded a few weeks before his death.  I have never read this before, but it resonates because much of it (not all) I have come to recognise from own experience. Since it had been expressed already, I saw no need to rephrase. Krishnamurti was a much misunderstood man. He … Continue reading Words Negate Reality: At Silence Point

‘WHO AM I’ Is Simple

'Crowds are a common denominator of stench'. - Friedrich Nietzsche  'You are.. what is.. when no one is looking at you.' This sentence came to me a few months back when I attempted to convey to someone why the question in the title confuses most humans. What you are cannot be logically defined, but it … Continue reading ‘WHO AM I’ Is Simple

There Is No Teaching

Tell them that there is nothing to understand. - U.G. Krishnamurti What is the difference between Jed McKenna and U.G. Krishnamurti whom Jed liberally quoted throughout his books? In the level of Seeing - there is none. Both men realised there was nothing to realise. But their respective choices of what to DO with the … Continue reading There Is No Teaching