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By Ph.D., Sunanada Patwardhan

ISBN-10: 0964924765

ISBN-13: 9780964924765

Sunanda Patwardhan, secretary to Krishnamurti and from a renowned politically activist north Indian relatives has written an strange memoir of her existence with Krishnamurti over a 40 12 months interval. The politics of a spiritual association, the non-public demanding situations of operating so as regards to a strong determine, and the by no means finishing questions and doubts bobbing up from attempting to lead a spiritual existence fill the publication with exciting tales and insights.

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Does that extraordinary feeling of affection and tenderness come out? ” On many occasions, he would ask me to probe and find out for myself the depth of the feeling of denial and open it out. “When you so observe, everything in relation to that denial speaks to you. At the end of it, what happens? When and how will it end? You may not consciously know it, but it has told its story, revealed itself, and you have listened. Then, whether you have a child or not becomes totally irrelevant. You have come out of it, whole.

It was attended by eminent economists like John Platter and others from the Club of Rome, and by professors of sciences, humanities, social sciences, philosophy, literature, and other fields. The persons with whom I came into close contact were Professor David Bohm, Dr. David Shainberg,12 Professor John Briggs,13 Dr. René Weber, Dr. E. C. G. Sudarshan,14 and Alan Kishbaugh. At the conference, I was put to a test. Krishnaji asked me to speak after Professor David Bohm gave his inaugural speech. I was totally unprepared for this and literally quivered with nervousness.

Krishnaji met a fascinating variety of people, including politicians, diplomats, bureaucrats, sociologists, journalists, sadhus, and others. Some of them were invited for lunches and dinners at Pupulji’s house and some for seminars. Many public figures sought individual interviews. These conversations were very private. They included talking over a problem or sitting quietly in nonverbal communication. Whatever the form of contact was, a feeling of communion seemed ever-present. We had a beautiful house in Golf Links, which was an aesthetically planned residential area.

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