Review From User :
In Awakening of Intelligence, Krishnamurti repeats the same message that he has always stated: The past, which is the known, keeps us bound. The mind is conditioned by patterns of thought, operating through grooves in the mind that result from clinging to experiences. By repeating and reinforcing these same patterns, a perception is solidified and reality is, consequently, fragmented.
This book helped me a couple of years ago by serving as an introduction to perceptual, empirical conditioning. Krishnamurti's works served as a theoretical springboard to jump into, and fully realize, the pith of his message:
Liberation is spontaneous and non-mechanical. Liberation is freedom from the known. To be in a state of unknowing is the ultimate intelligence and the utmost paradox.
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