July 2012 - March 2013 Workshops
Krishnamurti Education Trust is happy to announce its annual schedule of monthly study workshops for the period July 2012 – March 2013. You are most welcome to participate in one or more of this series of workshops.
It is a unique opportunity to study the ‘Teachings’ intensively around various themes together with the similarly interested persons. The participants are not rushed through a chain of events but have a very relaxed daily routine giving them ample time and leisure to be with themselves, to reflect upon their own lives, to go for long walks, to observe nature and to interact with one another. An atmosphere of enquiry, friendship and freedom pervades throughout the workshops. The programme includes silent time, screening of J. Krishnamurti’s video talks, group dialogues, nature walks and self-study periods. The whole programme is in English; however the participants can also use Hindi or Marathi during group dialogues to express their views or any other language during interaction with the other fellow participants. Selected passages from Krishnamurti’s works are recommended to the participants for self-study periods according to the respective themes of the workshops.
Schedule for 2012-2013 Year
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* Note: The interactive sessions in the workshops marked with * will be conducted in Marathi language. All the other workshops will be in English. However, depending upon the majority of the participants, Hindi and/or Marathi languages may also be used occasionally in the English workshops.
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“Can we look at human existence with all its problems, with all its confusion and misery, with its travail, with its endless poverty, both physical and inward poverty? To look at all that as a total movement, not fragmented, not broken up, but as a whole, and therefore a way of living in which there is no contradiction, there is no duality, there is no opposition, a way of living that is entirely intrinsic, integral, whole. Is that possible? We will find it if we can look at ourselves, not as a dual movement of life, but a holistic way of living.” - J. Krishnamurti