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"Ask U.G." is a huge ebook on 124 topics discussed by UG Krishnamurti reciprocally interconnected by hashtags. The topics are in alphabetical order, for example: #business , #calamity , #cause_effect , #celibacy , #chakras , #change , #charity , #communication , #conflict , #consciousness , #contradictions , etc., and in every category the "Ask U.G." is a huge ebook on 124 topics discussed by UG Krishnamurti reciprocally interconnected by hashtags. The topics are in alphabetical order, for example: #business , #calamity , #cause_effect , #celibacy , #chakras , #change , #charity , #communication , #conflict , #consciousness , #contradictions , etc., and in every category there are thematic quotes with words highlighted in the form of hashtags that refer to other categories. U.G. Krishnamurti cannot be framed to a philosophy or to any system or Tradition: what he expresses comes from a source whose origin is completely beyond thought. Reading his books or listening to his videos is a sadhana in itself: his words deeply shake the roots of our culture, our thinking, and ultimately our identity. Statements such as: "There is no self, there is no I, there is no spirit, that knocks off the whole list, and you have no way of finding out what you are left with"; or "This state is not in your interest. You are only interested in continuity. You want to continue, probably on a different level, and to function in a different dimension, but you want to continue somehow. You wouldn't touch this with a barge pole. This is going to liquidate what you call "you," all of you - higher self, lower self, soul, atman, conscious, subconscious - all of that." - literally pull the rug out right from under our feet. His living words put the mind in a corner and burn everything that is false letting emerge what is authentic and primeval. During all these years, while reading UG's books, I usually linked what I read to other UG's sentences spoken in other contexts; furthermore, I read more and more often - on forums or Facebook groups - about people interested in UG who ask what he had to say about this or that topic. So I thought it would be useful to collect UG's sayings and put them in this book. Here is an example (in this introduction the hashtags are not active): When, through some miracle or chance you are freed from the hold of #thought and #culture, you are left with the #body's natural functions, and nothing else. It then functions without the interference of thought. Unfortunately, the servant, which is the thought structure that is there, has taken possession of the house. But he can no longer control and run the household. So he must be dislodged. It is in this sense that I use the term '#natural_state', without any connotation of #spirituality or #enlightenment. By tapping on one of these hashtags you will jump to the category related to that specific topic. There you will find other quotes with other hashtags related to other topics, and so on. You can therefore read this book in two ways: from the beginning to the end, or by jumping from one hashtag to another. If you choose the second option you may find yourself in a maze and you can feel lost, without references, and maybe you will not be able to return to the link you clicked earlier...


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"Ask U.G." is a huge ebook on 124 topics discussed by UG Krishnamurti reciprocally interconnected by hashtags. The topics are in alphabetical order, for example: #business , #calamity , #cause_effect , #celibacy , #chakras , #change , #charity , #communication , #conflict , #consciousness , #contradictions , etc., and in every category the "Ask U.G." is a huge ebook on 124 topics discussed by UG Krishnamurti reciprocally interconnected by hashtags. The topics are in alphabetical order, for example: #business , #calamity , #cause_effect , #celibacy , #chakras , #change , #charity , #communication , #conflict , #consciousness , #contradictions , etc., and in every category there are thematic quotes with words highlighted in the form of hashtags that refer to other categories. U.G. Krishnamurti cannot be framed to a philosophy or to any system or Tradition: what he expresses comes from a source whose origin is completely beyond thought. Reading his books or listening to his videos is a sadhana in itself: his words deeply shake the roots of our culture, our thinking, and ultimately our identity. Statements such as: "There is no self, there is no I, there is no spirit, that knocks off the whole list, and you have no way of finding out what you are left with"; or "This state is not in your interest. You are only interested in continuity. You want to continue, probably on a different level, and to function in a different dimension, but you want to continue somehow. You wouldn't touch this with a barge pole. This is going to liquidate what you call "you," all of you - higher self, lower self, soul, atman, conscious, subconscious - all of that." - literally pull the rug out right from under our feet. His living words put the mind in a corner and burn everything that is false letting emerge what is authentic and primeval. During all these years, while reading UG's books, I usually linked what I read to other UG's sentences spoken in other contexts; furthermore, I read more and more often - on forums or Facebook groups - about people interested in UG who ask what he had to say about this or that topic. So I thought it would be useful to collect UG's sayings and put them in this book. Here is an example (in this introduction the hashtags are not active): When, through some miracle or chance you are freed from the hold of #thought and #culture, you are left with the #body's natural functions, and nothing else. It then functions without the interference of thought. Unfortunately, the servant, which is the thought structure that is there, has taken possession of the house. But he can no longer control and run the household. So he must be dislodged. It is in this sense that I use the term '#natural_state', without any connotation of #spirituality or #enlightenment. By tapping on one of these hashtags you will jump to the category related to that specific topic. There you will find other quotes with other hashtags related to other topics, and so on. You can therefore read this book in two ways: from the beginning to the end, or by jumping from one hashtag to another. If you choose the second option you may find yourself in a maze and you can feel lost, without references, and maybe you will not be able to return to the link you clicked earlier...

22 review for Ask U.G. Krishnamurti: His Views On Many Topics "From Disease To Divinity"

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brian Coyle

    It is the usual stuff from UG but handily arranged into topics. Conclusion: no escape from thoughts, we are all puppets reacting to stimuli, he refuses to be a teacher or guide. Bleakly nihilistic but in a beautiful way, like a cold wind that invigorates.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pedro Sierra Escudero

    It is a wonderful reference book to enjoy UG's intelligent and honest way of seeing the spiritual world. It helps me a lot to forgive my own skepticism and to accept that we have absolutely no way to change anything of our original nature, whatever it may be. Pedro Sierra. It is a wonderful reference book to enjoy UG's intelligent and honest way of seeing the spiritual world. It helps me a lot to forgive my own skepticism and to accept that we have absolutely no way to change anything of our original nature, whatever it may be. Pedro Sierra.

  3. 5 out of 5

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