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Stopped In Our Tracks Stories of U.G. In India from the Notebooks of K. Chandrasekhar Translated and Edited by J.S.R.L. Narayana Moorty 2d/3d Series It Is Bound to Affect the Whole of Human Consciousness · Thinking Is the Problem · You Are That Movement of Thought · The Courage to Be Yourself · Questioning the Movement of Thought · Birth and Death · Basic Needs · Discover Your Own Path Rejecting All Others · Silence Is Brahman · Thinking C
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  Stopped In Our Tracks Stories of U.G. In India from the Notebooks of K. Chandrasekhar Translated and Edited by J.S.R.L. Narayana Moorty 2d/3d Series   It Is Bound to Affect the Whole of Human Consciousness  · Thinking Is the Problem  ·  You Are That Movement of Thought  · The Courage to Be Yourself   · Questioning the Movement of Thought  · Birth and Death  · Basic Needs  · Discover Your OwnPath Rejecting All Others  · Silence Is Brahman  · Thinking Cannot Solve Your Problems  · Beauty   · Philosophy of Life  ·  You Will Never Know a Jivanmukta  · This Has No Religious Content  · Selflessness  · This Is Not an Experience  · It Is aMolecular Activity in the Brain Cells  · Sensitivity and Total Attention  · Religion Is Filth  ·  You Cannot Be Aware  · ThePurpose of My Conversation  · The Knowledge You Have About the Mind Is the Mind  ·  Wanting Is Thinking  · Monkeys WhoSit Around the Red Ocher  · Burning of Thought Is Energy   · There Is Nothing to Do  · On Art and Artists  ·  Your Life isCentered Around Eating  · Be Selfish and Stay Selfish Is My Message  · Divine Despair—an Involvement  ·  Your Approach  · They Interest Me  ·  You Are Very Safe, You Can't Blast Me  ·  You Don't Want This  ·  Why Do I Talk?  ·  Why Stop the Past?  · It's Meaningless to Ask the Meaning of Life  · Samskara  · Conditioning Is Intelligence  · Belief   · Morality   · Religious Business  · Cultures Create a Lopsided Situation  · Pleasure and Pain  · Falling Asleep  · Bliss and the Body   · Deep Sleep and Turiya  ·  You Have to Be Saved from the Very Idea That You Have to Be Saved  ·  When You Know Nothing  · Experiencing the Body   ·  Who Is Crazy?  ·  About God and Prayers | Editor's Note  ·  Who Is This U.G.?  · Introduction  · Chalam  · Sri SripadaGopalakrishnamurti  ·  Vazir Rahman  ·  A Bonfire  ·  Why Did This U.G. Happen to Me?  · U.G. Arrives In Bangalore  ·  You PutMe On a Pedestal  · David Barry   · Brahmachariji Brings the Brahmajnani  ·  Where Is the Glow In My Face?  · U.G. Took Away My Tiredness  · Brahmachariji and U.G.  · Brahmachariji Invites U.G.  · U.G.'s First Visit to Brahmachariji's 'Cave'  · There IsNo Moksha, No Jivanmukti and No Atman  · The Questioner Is the Question  · I Report On U.G. to Chalam's Family   · Dr.Desiraju  · First Visit to Madras  · Meeting With the Shankaracharya of Sringeri  · Coffee Estate Guesthouse InChikkamagaluru  · The Natural State Is Being Able to Act Efficiently   · The Basis of All Relationships Is the Same: What Will IGet?  · Dr. Prabhu  · Sastri Sadan In Bangalore—Viswanath  · If Not Moksha, At Least a Transistor—Krishna Bhagavatar  · If IDon't Torture You, Who Will?—Kalyani  · Meeting New Friends—Indian Institute of World Culture  · Kumar, U.G.'s Son  ·  A Sardarji's Palm Reading  · Consider Me As Part of the Furniture—Nagaraj  ·  You Are the Only One Who Gives What I NeedFree of Charge—Rochaldas Schroff   · That Krishna and This Krishna Say the Same Things—the Swami of Udipi  · B. L.Narayan  · Sitaramayya—U.G.'s Father  · Shanta of the Oasis School  · Swami Poornanada Tirtha  · Jnanasram andJnanachakravarti  · No Difference Between an Ashram and a Brothel  · Chamundeswari Temple  · Dr. Kameswari  · This IsNot the Time and Place to Die—Kodai  · Get Lost—Vision of J.K.  · Kusuma—U.G.'s Wife  ·  Valentine de Kerven  ·  Appendix  · Do What You Can and Forget All About It  · My Actions Are Not Run By My Thoughts  · Kangaroos and Baskets Full of  Avocados  · One Machine Gun Will Wipe You All Out  · Keeping a Promise—a Rose for Aruna  · Praise and Blame Are theSame to a True Sage  · Going Public  · Keeping Your Rules to Yourself Is Part of Wisdom  · No Prior Appointments  · If SheGives Me This House, I Will Turn It Into a Brothel  · There Is a Lot to be Done By the Body—You Cannot Die!  ·  Why Is theMoth Attracted to the Flame?  · Dr. Sriramachandra Murty, U.G.'s Brother  · The Aquarian Age—Mr. Raju  ·  You and I AreStray Dogs  · The Body's Functioning Is Opposed to This Pleasure Movement  · Before the Body Goes, God Must Die  · It WillNot Do to Give Them Away to Your Neighbors  ·  What If the Husband Dies After Marriage?  · Isn't It a Registered Marriage?  ·  Am I Not Better Than Rama?  ·  Why Should You Become a Victim of Infamy?  · I Said to the Sages: Drown and Never Rise Again  · He Did Not Utter a Sentence to Comfort Her  · Childhood Memories  · I Used to Do Astral Travel, Too  · Two Acresand Freedom  · The Getup Is Nice  · The Body Is Like an Animal  · How Did I Come Into This World?  · The Four Aims of Life   ·  All My Ambitions Have Crumbled—Vinod  · My Touch Will Multiply Life  · Final Message: Drop Dead  · If Einstein WereHere Right Now, I Could Shut Him Up In One Minute  · If the House Has Cobras, It's Even More Acceptable  · Either You KillMe Or I'll Kill You  · I Tried to Skip My Own Wedding  ·  What Good Is It to Have All Those Lines?  · Didn't You Say My  Vibrations Were Horrible?  ·  You Also Feel the Vibes of the Place  · Because You Drank the Coffee, Your Ancestors AreGratified  ·  All Sounds Are the Same  · I Am Only Speaking From a Practical Point of View   · In Conclusion  · Footnotes  · Press My Approach I am not a thinker in the sense in which the word is used. In fact, I have been pointing out to those that come tolisten to me that man's problems cannot be solved through thinking. There is no question of the world'sproblems being solved by the thinking of anybody. This is the essence of my communication to those that cometo listen to me. At the same time, I point out that it is also not possible to communicate because nocommunication is possible and no communication is necessary.So how do I go about this funny way? By making people realize that they cannot solve their problems throughthinking. They are suffering and the suffering must come to an end. How can man put an end to his suffering?Naturally, it runs counter to all traditional approaches, both the Indian and Western religious approaches, andalso the modern approaches, the psychologists. And through conversation and communication we try tounderstand that it is really not possible to understand or communicate what I am saying.In other words, my objective in carrying on the conversation is to silence, in a way, and put them in a state of silence. And in that silence something can probably happen, and will certainly happen, that's all.So I try to meet their arguments. They come with preconceived ideas, concepts and ideals, and then try to argueand debate with me. My approach is to suggest a counterargument and thereby neutralize their argumentativeapproach to the problem. This is all I do. We all talk of the mind. The religious thinkers, the psychologists—all talk of the mind. So every individual hasto discover for himself, by himself and without relying on any authority, be it religious, scientific orpsychological. It has to be your discovery, otherwise it has no value.The state of being I am describing is a state where there is no effort at all. I am just a mirror here reflectingthings exactly. links   Stopped In Our Tracks Stories of U.G. In India from the Notebooks of K. Chandrasekhar Translated and Edited by J.S.R.L. Narayana Moorty 2d/3d Series   It Is Bound to Affect the Whole of Human Consciousness The human race will somehow survive. But the only thing that one can do is to free himself, because it is a pure,unsullied and uncontaminated consciousness that is operating. So it is bound to affect all those who come intoits orbit. You don't have to do a thing. You can sit in one corner of the world yet it is bound to affect the wholeof human consciousness because it is the same, it is exactly the same. It has no frontiers, it has no boundaries.So it is bound to affect the whole human consciousness.That is why I say that this so-called religious experience is an explosion. When this explosion takes place it is bound to affect the whole of human consciousness. You cannot measure it. It is not a thing to measure andstatistically prove that so many people have been benefited by it. It is a very slow process. It takes time.It is not a spectacular thing. You cannot produce results with all those that come into contact. Not all thosethat come into the presence of this consciousness have exploded. And this happens to one in a million. Not because of what he does or does not do but because it just happens. You call it grace, chance or...  links   Stopped In Our Tracks Stories of U.G. In India from the Notebooks of K. Chandrasekhar Translated and Edited by J.S.R.L. Narayana Moorty 2d/3d Series   Thinking Is the Problem  What causes the pain there? It's not your inability to do... I just can't do a thing, you begin to think. Thinkingis the problem. Sadness is not the problem but thinking about sadness is the problem.Stop thinking. Can you stop thinking? You are trying to stop. That means thinking. I am not suggesting that you should not think. Thought is you. If you are not thinking, you are not there. Nothing is there. What is there will begin to express itself. Let that express. Then there is no question. Just leave that alone. It will begin to act. You perpetuate sorrow through your thinking.Nothing is wrong with you at all. You don't have the courage. Accepting whatever there is is courage. That isintelligence. I don't want to be other than what I am. That is the courage. It is there! It is not a thing to beacquired.  links 
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