We invite you to our Annual May Gathering, May 2nd and 3rd, 2020. This year we’ll celebrate the 125th Birth Anniversary of Krishnamurti. Choose from different programs on topics such as Consciousness and Education, or engage with teachers from our schools and scholars of Krishnamurti’s teachings who share their understanding.
For this year we have chosen the theme, Can the Mind Be Quiet?.
The human mind is never alone. It has so many experiences, is burdened with so many words, the memories of so many things stored deep within itself, the impressions, the conclusions, the opinions, the propaganda that has been put into the mind. It carries it wherever it goes–on a walk, in the air, sitting quietly, ruminating about things, or in the solitary cell of the prisoner or the monk. It is never alone…
To empty the heart of the things of the mind and the things of bodily responses is solitude. Love alone can live in solitude without distortion.
-Krishnamurti, Can the Mind Be Quiet?
The focus of this Gathering will be to have speakers and presentations aiming at exploring this theme in a wide context.
Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus this is now an online event only. This is a Free event but registration is required to get access.