aspects of Krishnamurti’s inner experience
About the Presentation
J Krishnamurti remains one of the most paradoxical religious figures of the 20th Century. But who or what was he? What was his relationship with theosophy? In his personal account entitled, Krishnamurti’s Notebook, he attempted to describe, in words, something of the deep inner life, which formed part of his daily experience. The unity of all existence was not some theory or philosophy for him – it was his only reality. This talk will examine some aspects of Krishnamurti’s inner experience, which may enhance our understanding of his life’s mission and his message.
Workshop: An interactive dialogue, in which questions are posed followed by examination of extracts from the writings of J Krishnamurti. The audience will examine their responses in light of Krishnamurti’s teachings.
About the Presenter
Stephen has been an active member of the Theosophical Society since 1976. He has attended National and International Conventions and has participated in the School of the Wisdom and several events at Springbrook and Canyonleigh. He is a past President of Blavatsky Lodge and was recently elected as National President of the TS in Australia.For many years Stephen ran a private clinic as a homeopath and later became a lecturer at Torrens University’s Sydney campus. He holds a Master of Health Science degree from Newcastle University, specialising in primary health care and we are absolutely delighted to be welcoming him to the Brisbane Lodge!