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NOTE: Online version of The Pathless is being designed and will be ready soon. Meanwhile please download the PDF of the magazine version.

The title of this new digital publication—The Pathless—is self-explanatory as it points to what J. Krishnamurti himself referred to as the core of his Teachings. In 1929, when he dissolved the Order of the Star in the East, which signalled his breakaway from all organized religions, he explained his action by declaring, ‘Truth is a pathless land.’ After five decades of teaching, when he was asked what the ‘core’ of his message was, he said it was the same as what he had said previously: ‘Man cannot come to it [truth] through any organization, through any creed, through any dogma, priest or ritual, not through any philosophical knowledge or psychological technique.’ This unwavering insight of his found expression in several ways. Many of you must be familiar with his approach to Vedantic thought, found in books such as Tradition and Revolution and The Awakening of Intelligence. Readers interested in his dialogues with Buddhist philosophers may refer to books such as A Timeless Spring, The Way of Intelligence, Fire in the Mind, The Perfume of the Teachings, and The Last Talks. The following excerpts are from Can Humanity Change?, which contains dialogues with Walpola Rahula, a Sri Lankan monk.


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April-July 2022 Issue