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The Krishnamurti Centre

Krisnamurti Centre

"if you assert and I assert, if you stick to your opinion, to your dogma, to your knowledge, and I stick to mine, then there can be no real discussion, because neither of us is free to inquire. To discuss is not to share our experiences with each other. There is no sharing at all: there is only the beauty of truth, which neither you nor I can possess. It is simply there."

J. Krishnamurti

Is there anything sacred at all?

Friday, 10th April 2020 - Monday, 13th April 2020

The sacred is commonly associated with organised religion, rituals and rites that human beings have been performing for centuries, and with God. Krishnamurti challenges this view stating, ‘All religions are invented by thought. What is invented may be called sacred, but it is not sacred. Thought is not sacred; thought is a material process, the accumulation of knowledge and memory.’ During this retreat participants will have the opportunity to investigate and unveil the possible meaning of the sacred.

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