The Words of J. Krishnamurti, a Revolutionist of Life — Part 41
“Meditation is a total non-action to put an end to every experience.”
Experiences mean things which are already known.
We call things we know ‘experiences’.
Therefore experiences are the past and old.
As long as we cling to the old — that is to say, experiences —,
we can acquire nothing new.
Meditation is constantly disclosing the new.
And the new is unknown.
Experiences are known and not new.
We can’t touch the unknown by our old experiences.
To find the unknown and the new,
we should put and end to all experiences we have accumulated.
Then and only then, it is possible for the unknown to appear.
If we are tied to the old past experiences,
we can’t have infinite possibilities in meditation.
Only by dismissing the old experiences,
we can sense the new.
The new is the reality of ‘life’
and the unfathomable mystery of the universe.
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