Download Krishnamurti: The Reluctant Messiah by Sidney Field PDF

By Sidney Field

First version, 1989, first printing, a like-new, unread, unworn, unopened, unmarked hardcover, with an eqaully fantastic plastic-covered, unclipped ($16.95) dirt jacket, from Paragon condo. by way of Sidney box. Edited via Peter Hay. 157 pages plus a "selected studying" web page. ISBN 1-55778-180-X.

Show description

Read Online or Download Krishnamurti: The Reluctant Messiah PDF

Similar eastern books

Bones, Stones and Buddhist Monks: Collected Papers on the Archaeology, Epigraphy and Texts of Monastic Buddhism in India (Studies in the Buddhist Tradition, 2)

From the Preface "The current quantity presents a necessary origin for a social heritage of Indian Buddhist monasticism. demanding the preferred stereotype that represented the buildup of advantage because the area of the layperson whereas priests involved themselves with extra subtle nation-states of doctrine and meditation, Professor Schopen problematizes many assumptions in regards to the lay-monastic contrast through demonstrating that priests and nuns, either the scholastic elites and the fewer discovered, participated actively in a variety of ritual practices and associations that experience heretofore been judged 'popular,' from the buildup and move of advantage; to the care of deceased relatives;.

Defending Literature in Early Modern England: Renaissance Literary Theory in Social Context

Robert Matz analyzes the safety of literature in Renaissance England within the context of social variations of the interval, rather these affecting the aristocracy because it advanced from a feudal warrior classification to a civil elite. via shut readings established on works by means of Thomas Elyot, Philip Sidney and Edmund Spenser, Matz argues that literature tried to mediate a posh set of contradictory social expectancies.

Pyrrhonism: How the Ancient Greeks Reinvented Buddhism (Studies in Comparative Philosophy and Religion)

Pyrrhonism is often pressured with scepticism in Western philosophy. in contrast to sceptics, who think there are not any actual ideals, Pyrrhonists droop judgment approximately all ideals, together with the assumption that there are not any real ideals. Pyrrhonism was once constructed through a line of historical Greek philosophers, from its founder Pyrrho of Elis within the fourth century BCE via Sextus Empiricus within the moment century CE.

Additional info for Krishnamurti: The Reluctant Messiah

Sample text

I simply wasn’t able to frame any kind of question appropriate to the occasion. At length, Krishnaji got up to stoke the fire. He turned and faced me, straight and austere, regal in appearance, a prince in faded Levi’s and worn cotton shirt, his expressive black eyes alight with a great fire. All at once, the veil of unawareness that had obscured my perceptions vanished. I felt entirely vulnerable. ” “I’m not sure, Krishnaji. I thought I knew in Eerde, when I walked under the tall trees with you.

They arranged for train tickets and reserved a room for me in a little hotel in Paris, L’Hôtel des États Unis. I was to leave the following day from Ommen, and I knew that for a small consideration I could get the friendly old chauffeur to drive me to the station and keep quiet about it. That afternoon the sky cleared and the sun shone for the first time in ten days. But that was not the only reason why this day was to be of special significance. Sitting in my room, which overlooked the entrance to the castle, I was watching the welcome sunlight play through the treetops when suddenly I noticed a tall, slender girl, dressed in a long, clinging, black house robe splashed with huge red roses, crossing the lawn on her way to the castle.

Forget about Eerde, what you felt and thought and did there. When you divide life between the beautiful woods of Eerde and the ugly business world of Los Angeles, you create a hopeless conflict. ” “No, to accept is an attitude of the mind. ” “I understand and perceive this, Krishnaji. That I am unhappy, in pain, frustrated. ” “It’s really easy,” he said casually. “But you complicate things. You don’t let Life paint the picture. ” “You’re a spiritual genius, Krishnaji. ” “No, no,” he protested.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.79 of 5 – based on 41 votes