Limits of Thought : Discussions between J. Krishnamurti and by Bohm, David; Krishnamurti, J.; McCoy, Ray

By Bohm, David; Krishnamurti, J.; McCoy, Ray

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KRISHNAMURTI: Yes. When intelligence operates in the field of reality, it is one, it doesn’t divide. DAVID BOHM: Reality is merely a field, it is not that which is, or an independent substance. KRISHNAMURTI: This is something we have discovered. DAVID BOHM: And then there is the space. The field of reality is in the space. KRISHNAMURTI: Wait, that means thought is in the space. DAVID BOHM: To explain it a little: when I start from the thought of reality, as that which is, then I think this thing is a substance which is just by.

KRISHNAMURTI: Yes, without time. DAVID BOHM: Perhaps we should go slowly on that, because sometimes one feels that it comes in a flash, but sometimes the seeing comes so gradually that you don’t know when it comes. It seems both of those are different ways of experiencing what is, out of time. KRISHNAMURTI: Can it come gradually? DAVID BOHM: It seems to, I’m not saying it does. But when you think it over you never know exactly how it comes. Sometimes it seems that it came in a flash, but sometimes it came in so gradually you don’t know exactly when you understood it.

He has made certain discoveries, and he is simply doing his best to make these discoveries accessible to all those who are able to listen. His work does not contain a body of doctrine, nor does he offer techniques or methods for obtaining a silent mind. He is not aiming to set up any new system of religious belief. Rather, it is up to each human being to see if he can discover for himself that to which Krishnamurti is calling attention, and to go on from here to make new discoveries on his own.

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