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Events Calendar

Krishnamuti Educational Center
Ojai, California

 
 
October

Theme Weekend: Who am I?
with Frode Stein and Rowan Lommel
October 10 - 12
Regular Event: Looking, Listening, and Shared Inquiry
with Eric Hassett
October 25, 6:00 to 10:00pm
Special Event: Explorations with Krishnamurti about Death
with Ravi Ravindra
October 28, 7:30 to 9:00pm

November

Explorations into Freedom Intensive: Stepping into the Mystery of Not Knowing
with Richard Waxberg and Deborah Kerner
November 2 - 9
Regular Event: Looking, Listening, and Shared Inquiry
with Eric Hassett
November 22, 6:00 to 10:00pm

December

Theme Weekend: Facing a World in Crisis
December 5 - 7
Regular Event: Looking, Listening, and Shared Inquiry
with Eric Hassett
December 27, 6:00 to 10:00pm

January

Study Intensive & Retreat: Self Inquiry and the Mirror of Relationship
with Terry O'Connor and Kathy Franklin
January 11 - 18

April

Study Intensive & Retreat: Death, Renewal, and the Creative Mind
with Satish Telegar and Zeenat Patel
April 12 - 19

July

Teacher Education Program
Re-envisioning Education, and the Craft of Teaching and Learning
July 19 - 26
 
A Theme Weekend
October 10-12, 2014

During this theme weekend, we will explore the sense of self that dominates our thinking, examining its roots and the complex structure that comes about, built upon the simple idea of "me".

“Love is not the self. Self can not recognize love. You say 'I love': but then, in the very saying of it, in the very experiencing of it, love is not. But, when you know love, self is not. When there is love, self is not.” 
- Krishnamurti, Excerpt from The First and Last Freedom”, chapter 9

 


 Theme Weekends are for people eager to inquire into fundamental questions in an atmosphere of togetherness and openness. These events are suitable for those already acquainted with the teachings as well as those fairly new to them. The playing of Krishnamurti video and/or audio recordings will be followed by open dialogue, which often has been found to be helpful in deepening one's understanding of day-to-day issues. The Theme Weekends start on Friday evening and end Sunday afternoon.