U. G. Krishnamurti: The Mystique of Enlightenment

In light (pun intended) of the discussion following Ted Heistman’s recent post regarding Charles Manson, here is an interview with “anti-guru” and “spiritual terrorist” U. G. Krishnamurti (not to be confused with Jiddu Krishnamurti):

6 Comments on "U. G. Krishnamurti: The Mystique of Enlightenment"

  1. Think on these things, wilst confusing one for the other.

  2. Dude looks like a cross between Jiddu Krishnamurti and Charles Bronson.

  3. Makes sense to me.

  4. BuzzCoastin | May 10, 2013 at 7:20 pm |

    “The best things can’t be told, because they transcend thought. The second best are misunderstood, because those are the thoughts that are supposed to refer to that which can’t be thought about, and one gets stuck in the thoughts. The third best are what we talk about.” ― Heinrich Zimmer

  5. Cyprus Mulch | May 13, 2013 at 2:22 pm |

    First, one must master an authoritative manner of speaking on various
    subjects. Then, one must find those that will respect or at least play
    along with this perceived authority. They seek to understand what you
    are saying so they may also become authoritative. But: if you are too
    easily understood, your knowledge becomes commonplace, and you thereby
    lose your authority. So the crucial lesson is: Do not allow yourself to
    be understood. Then, you can ascend to the status of Guru, or what was
    known in previous times as a Jive Turkey.

  6. Cyprus Mulch | May 13, 2013 at 2:22 pm |

    First, one must master an authoritative manner of speaking on various
    subjects. Then, one must find those that will respect or at least play
    along with this perceived authority. They seek to understand what you
    are saying so they may also become authoritative. But: if you are too
    easily understood, your knowledge becomes commonplace, and you thereby
    lose your authority. So the crucial lesson is: Do not allow yourself to
    be understood. Then, you can ascend to the status of Guru, or what was
    known in previous times as a Jive Turkey.

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