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Jiddu Krishnamurti’s view on Meditation
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Jiddu Krishnamurti’s view on Meditation

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Jiddu Krishnamurti a famous philosopher from India made use of the term meditation for describing various methods of practice used in controlling a person’s mind and to reach particular state or goal. A mean who wishes to outrun his conflicts has discovered different categories of meditation. It will depend on desire and urge to achieve and will mean the struggle and conflict to arrive. Such type of conscious and purposeful striving will take place inside the limits of a controlled mind, and does not have any freedom. An attempt to meditate is considered denial of the practice. Meditation is just where though ends and there is a unique dimension that is beyond time. Meditation was considered as choice less awareness in present by Krishnamurti.

Meditation is considered as mental state that searches everything inside absolute attention and it does not involve mere portions of it. And no person will be able to teach you how attentive you could be. If a system does teach you about being attentive, you remain attentive to something which does not mean attention. It’s one of the greatest and profound arts in life and is difficult to be learnt from someone else. It does not involve any technique and doesn’t have any authority. When you watch yourself and learn about yourself, watch your way of walking, eating and know how to control yourself without any difficulty, then its portion of meditation.

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