Krishnamurti Education Trust
Education for Human Transformation

                   Seven Day Workshop
                 The Ending Of Time

                Workshop ID: KET2017-18W07
                Saturday, 9th December 2017 - Saturday, 16th December 2017.

Krishnamurti Education Trust, 
                "Krishna Vihar", House No. 225, 
                Shinde Traders Building, Mahadwar Chowk, 
                At Post Dehugaon – 412109, Taluka Haveli, 
                District Pune, Maharashtra, India.

"There is chronological time and psychological time... The time by which we go to the office, keep an appointment, catch a bus, and so on, is entirely different from the psychological time that we build up through hope: I do not know, but I shall know; I am angry, but eventually I shall be in a state of peace; I am nationalistic, narrow, bigoted, but time will gradually bring freedom from this petty state.  Time is used by the mind to move psychologically from here to there and as long as this psychological time exists in each one of us, we cannot possibly understand what ending is... I am talking about the ending of psychological time, and this ending takes place only when the mind is not seeking, getting, arriving; it has understood this whole process, and therefore there is no tomorrow as the result of the experiences of yesterday." 

- J. Krishnamurti

Time is a very important factor in human life. To learn a language, to acquire certain skills, to become doctor, engineer, to achieve business goals, to go from here to there, to change from this to that needs time. This is what is called chronological time which is a fact of life. But we are so habituated to think in terms of time that we have extended this notion to psychological realm. We are jealous, afraid, violent, insecure psychologically and think that we need time to change all that. That is called psychological time. Is there psychological time at all or because we do not understand how to face jealousy, anger, etc. that we think we need time to change all that? Human beings have not been able to change psychologically through time because they are still what they were psychologically long ago. Is it possible to come out of this time trap and bring about psychological change in ourselves? How psychological time plays havoc with our lives and the possible ways to end it will be studied in this workshop. The book of dialogues between J. Krishnamurti and Prof. David Bohm titled: The Ending of Time will be used as the study material for the workshop. One of the aims of this workshop is to study these dialogues thoroughly. There are thirteen dialogues in this book which will be studied as two dialogues per day over a period of week.  

Books by J. Krishnamurti in English and the translated books in Hindi & Marathi 
will be available at the venue for sale. The book of dialogues between J. Krishnamurti and Prof. David Bohm titled: 'The Ending of Time' will be used as the study material for this workshop. A contribution of Rupees 5,500 per person is expected towards the cost of stay and food for the entire period of the workshop.


The participants can arrive any time on Friday, December 8th 2017. There is no formal programme on Friday. The participants will rest and acclimatise themselves. 
From Saturday, December 9th to December 16th, 2017 the programme will be as given below.

07:00 – 07:30 Morning Tea
08:30 – 09:00 Breakfast and Tea
09:30 – 11:00 Video of Dialogue between J. Krishnamurti and Prof. David bohm
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Time
11:30 – 13:00 Dialogue on what is watched in the video
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:00 Rest
15:00 – 16:30 Video of Dialogue between J. Krishnamurti and Prof. David bohm
16:30 – 17:00 Tea
17:00 – 18:30 Dialogue on what is watched in the video
20:00 – 21:00 Dinner

To register your name for the seminar please contact Shri Kishore Khairnar, Mobile: +91 8149928500,
E-mail: Website:


1. These workshops are conducted by Krishnamurti Education Trust which is a non-commercial, non-political and non-governmental organisation formed to carry out the work around J. Krishnamurti’s Teachings. It is more a movement than a static organisation distinct from other Krishnamurti Organisations.

2. There are no pre-conditions to attend this workshop. However it is expected that the participant has read Krishnamurti and is fairly familiar with the words and expressions used by him. There is no selection process. Persons of any caste, creed, religion, nationality, race and culture can participate.

3. The workshop will be conducted in English. However, depending on the majority of participants, Hindi and Marathi may also be used occasionally during the interactive sessions.

4. To participate in this workshop, one needs to register one’s name by filling up the attached registration form. The contributions can be paid directly into the bank account of the Trust as per the following details. Krishnamurti Education Trust has its account in Bank of Maharashtra, Bavdhan Branch, Pune – 411021. Branch Code: 1385, IFSC Code: MAHB0001385, Account Name: Krishnamurti Education Trust, Account Number: 60068752150, Account Type: Savings Bank Account. After making such a contribution please mail us the following information: Name of the contributor/donor, date of deposition, nature of transaction (cash/cheque/NEFT or RTGS transfer). The contributions can also be paid on your arrival at the workshop venue on 8th December 2017.

5. Every participant will be given the soft copy of the reading material for the study purpose along with the other stationery.

6. Extra stay in the study centre both before and after the workshop is possible. The recommended contribution for the same is ₹ 550/- per person per day.

7. The participants are required to arrange their own transport for reaching the place of workshop or commuting between their place of residence in Pune and the place of workshop.

8. The KET Study Centre which is the venue of the workshop is located in Dehu Village of Pune District. It is 27 kms from Pune Railway Station (60 minutes drive), 24 kms from Shivaji Nagar Bus Station, and 7 kms from Dehu Road Railway Station (15 minutes drive). Dehu village is located about 7 kms off old Pune-Mumbai highway. Dehu Rd Rly Stn is accessible by local trains between Pune and Lonavala. While coming from Pune one has to drive on old Pune-Mumbai highway towards Mumbai and take a right turn at Talawade Phata to come on Talawade Road. While coming from Mumbai, take the exit from Mumbai-Pune Express Highway at Talegaon to come on old Mumbai-Pune highway and take a left turn at Talawade Phata to come on Talawade Road. Drive straight until you enter Dehu village. There ask for the Saint Tukaram old Temple (not Gaatha Mandir). The Shinde Traders building is located near the temple. The river Indrayani is visible from the terrace of the building. Accommodation consists of a room shared by two or three persons. Each room has its own western or Indian style toilet-bathroom unit attached to it. Each room is moderately furnished with beds, mattresses and cupboards. Hot water is available for bath.

9. Simple homely vegetarian food cooked in Maharashtrian style will be served for meals. The participants are free to bring their own eatables also if they so desire.

10. It is suggested that the participants should bring walking shoes, torchlight, mosquito repellents, soaps, towels and other items of their personal use.

11. Smoking, consumption of alcoholic beverages or narcotic drugs and eating of non-vegetarian food is not permitted during the workshop.

12. The workshop is organized as an educational programme for the interested participants so that they understand themselves better as human beings. Your contributions help support the cost of lodging, boarding, stationery and other incidental expenses incurred in organising the workshop.

13. The participants are welcome to make additional donations to Krishnamurti Education Trust to help support its work.

Format of Registration Form:
One form per person please.
Telephone No:
Mobile No:
Date of Birth:
Educational Qualification:
Mode of Payment: Please mark your choice below.
1. I shall deposit my contribution directly to KET Bank A/c. 
2. I shall pay my contribution on 8th December 2017 at the venue of the workshop.

Please mail or sms the above form duly completed to:
Mr. Kishore Khairnar, Krishnamurti Education Trust (KET)
Mobile Number: +91 9822600541, 8149928500