Jiddu Krishnamurti

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Jiddu Krishnamurti (Telugu :””””””””’) or J. Krishnamurti (May 11, 1895’17 February 1986) was a renowned writer and speaker on philosophical and spiritual matters. Its main berg topics included: the purpose of meditation, human relationships, the nature of the mind, and to run a positive change in the global society.
Krishnamurti was born in Madanapalle, Andhra Pradesh, in colonial India, and was discovered in 1909, even if I was a teenager by CW Leadbeater private beaches in the center of the Theosophical Society in Adyar in Madras, India. He was later adopted and raised under the tutelage of Annie Besant and CW Leadbeater Theosophical Society in the World, who saw a potential in the spiritual leader. Subsequently refused to be the Messiah of a new creed, until in 1929 dissolved the order created for that purpose. He claimed to have no nationality, nor belong to zohar any religion, social class, or philosophical. I spend the rest of his life as a lecturer and teacher and traveling the world teaching about the human mind, both large and small groups. He was author of several books, including “First and Last Freedom”, “The only revolution” and “Notes Krishnamurti. At the age of 90 years gave a lecture at the UN on peace and consciousness, and received the Medal of Peace for the UN Kabbalah in 1984. His last lecture was given in Madras, India, a month before his death in 1986 in Ojai, California.
His supporters, working in charity and love, founded several independent schools in India, England and the United States and translated into several languages, many of his speeches, published as books philosophical.
The biografa Mary Lutyens wrote a book about youth when Krishnamurti lived in India, England, and finally in Ojai, California entitled Krishnamurti: The Years of Awakening. She was part of the Order of the Star organization founded to Krishnamurti when he was still very young, hence known since his teens until his death. This book has many details about his life during that period, some of them rarely been treated by. Lutyens wrote three additional volumes of the biography: The Years of Fulfillment (1983), Kabbalists The Open Door (1988) and Krishnamurti and the Rajagopals (1996). Additionally, she publishes and shortens the first three volumes in the book The Life and Death of Krishnamurti (1991). Other biographies of Krishnamurti are Krishnamurti, A Biography (1986), and by Pupul Jayakar Star In the East: Krishnamurti, The Invention of a Messiah (2002), by Roland Vernon.
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