On J.Krishnamurti: Unbecoming Unaware

Listener: Acharya Ji, what does J. Krishnamurti mean when he says “Become deeply aware”.

Acharya Prashant: It is said, become deeply aware.

Now, we already live in problems and challenges. We already live in incompleteness. We already live in the quest to achieve something, to become something. When it is said, become deeply aware, we add one more item, to our list of…

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