Is It Possible To Live In Peace? The thoughts of Krishnamurti with Bill Taylor
‘Without the fundamental necessity of peace, we cannot possibly understand the greater things of life.’
Beginning in 1961, for 25 years, the philosopher and educator Jiddu Krishnamurti gave public talks in the Swiss mountain village of Saanen. As with all Krishnamurti’s talks, these were wide ranging and profound explorations of every aspect of life and the need for radical change.
Most of the Saanen talks were recorded and today’s event will make use of the video recording of the first public talk from 1983, entitled Is it possible to live in peace?
Via Zoom, we will watch the first half hour of the talk together and then engage in a dialogue about the content.
Bill Taylor is Development Director of Brockwood Park, which is home to the Krishnamurti Foundation Trust (KFT).
Bill will open the session by saying a few words about the activities of the KFT at Brockwood, and by explaining how to access most of Krishnamurti’s teachings free of charge online, including the remainder of the Saanen 1983 talks.
Tickets: This is a free Zoom event, but places are limited and must be booked below.