Jiddu Krishnamurti: Meditation (Part 2)





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Published on Jan 8, 2011


A Wholly Different Way of Living: San Diego, California 1974

28th February 1974 18th Conversation with Dr. Allan W. Anderson

'Meditation - 2'

A: Mr Krishnamurti, we were discussing in our conversation last time meditation. And just as we concluded you brought up the very beautiful analogy from the flowering of a plant, and it struck me that the order that is intrinsic to the movement of the plant as it flowers is a revelatory image of order that you have been discussing. And we were talking also about the relation of meditation to understanding on the one hand and knowledge on the other, a distinction that's very, very rarely made.

K: Yes.

A: Though in ordinary language we make the distinction perhaps unwittingly. It's there.

K: It's there.

A: We have the two words.

K: Quite.

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