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Meditations on the Implicit

Anatomy of a Pause with Gene Gendlin and Jiddu Krishnamurti

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Dates: Every Wednesday during 2024 Time: 1:00pm to 2:00pm

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In The Book of Life, Daily Meditations by Jiddu Krishnamurti (JK), the meditations are dedicated to listening inwardly.  Every Wednesday throughout 2024, we will listen in a felt-sense way to the implicit.  We will consider many meditations on a wide range of topics from listening, action, attachment, passion, words, violence, sorrow, truth, mind, time, to love and aloneness.

It is suggested to bring a journal or notebook to write or sketch something that may arise from your felt sense.  No pre-purchase of any material is necessary, however if you insist The Book of Life can be purchased from sites like World of Books or JK's foundation There will be time for reflections and focusing partnership interactions - any level of Focusing proficiency is welcome.

The phenomenolological essence of Krishnamurti and Gendlin can be found in these quotes respectively:

The story of mankind is in you, the vast experience, the deep-rooted fears, anxieties, sorrow, pleasure and all the beliefs that man has accumulated throughout the millennia. You are that book.”

"When I use the word "body," I mean more than the physical machine. Not only do you physically live the circumstances around you but also those you only think of in your mind. Your physically felt body is in fact part of a gigantic system of here and other places, now and other times, you and other people–in fact, the whole universe. This sense of being bodily alive in a vast system is the body as it is felt from inside."

Come join us as we explore the cleared spaces from within; while it is not required it might be helpful to listen to these talks with Krishnamurti and Gendlin:  JK on The Book of Life and Gendlin on Implicit Intricacy the links can be copied and pasted into your browser. 


This event is free to the public, any questions can be directed to [email protected]


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