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The Natural State, In the Words of U.G. Krishnamurti

By: U.G. Krishnamurti, Edited by Peter Maverick

...ness. This went on and on, day after day. Whenever I sat, it started—this vibration like an epileptic fit or something. Not even an epileptic fit; it... ...ion—ionization, if I may use your scientific term. Thought is, after all, vibration. When this kind of ionization of thought takes place it sometimes... ... mouth because that is what is moving and the ears will receive the sound vibrations. There is nothing inside which links up the two and says that i... ...tening, when you leave the sense of hearing alone all that is there is the vibration of the sound. The words repeat themselves inside of you as in an... ...g. All that the other person's words can possibly be to you is a noise, a vibration picked up by the eardrum and transferred to the nerves which run ... ...ansferred to the nerves which run to the brain. You are translating those vibrations all the time trying to understand because you want to get someth... ...onse to the sound. The sound sets in motion the tympanum. So it is just a vibration. You really don't know what he is talking about. This is a physio... ...eath, literally to death, or damage something. Thought is a very powerful vibration, an extraordinary vibration. It is like an atom. You can't play ... ...ndependent existence of its own apart from pleasure and pain. The various vibrations affecting the body may differ in intensity but it is you who div...

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