|Special Event: Shanghai|
The Ending of Psychological Time
Tuesday, July 17, 2012, 8:30 AM - 9:30 PM
One day workshop - "The Ending of Psychological Time"
"It is our habit, our tradition, our way of living to say, 'I will get over my anger, my jealousy, my sense of inadequacy' and so on and so on. So the mind has become accustomed psychologically to the idea of time, that is tomorrow, or many tomorrows. We are questioning that. We are saying that is not necessary. Time is not necessary to be free of greed. That is, if you are free of time and you are greedy there is no tomorrow. You attack it. You act, you do something immediately. I don't know if you are following all this? So psychologically thought has invented time as a means of avoiding, as a means of postponing, as a means of indulging in that which it already has. Thought psychologically has invented time out of laziness."
This event is suitable for those already acquainted with the teachings as well as those new to them. The playing of Krishnamurti video clip will be followed by open dialogue, which often has been found to be helpful in deepening one’s understanding of day-to-day issues.