Mind is a Myth
Disquieting Conversations with the Man Called U. G.
For seekers of God, happiness, or enlightenment who have grown weary of the search and have developed a well-tempered skepticism, this book will challenge every aspect of the quest and may prove invaluable.
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U. G. Krishnamurti's conversations with the constant stream of people who go to visit him offer a refreshing, radical, and unconventional appraisal of the entire human enterprise. For seekers of God, happiness, or enlightenment this book will challenge every aspect of the search. For those who have grown weary of the search and have developed a well-tempered skepticism, this little volume may prove invaluable. "Is there actually anything like freedom, enlightenment or liberation behind all the abstractions the religions have thrown at us?" U. G. asks.
His message is a shocking one: we are all on the wrong train, on the wrong track, going in the wrong direction. He bears directly into the heart of matters, presenting his case simply, fearlessly, forcefully, and without corroboration, to any who wishes to listen.
Perhaps one of the most unusual people to ever speak in the area of spirituality and enlightenment, U. G. Krishnamurti's uncompromising challenge is for each of us to face the myths of our minds. Highly regarded in India and Europe, his books have been translated into nearly every major language.
Praise for Mind is a Myth
U. G. Krishnamurti claims that he cannot help us in our quest for enlightenment. Paradoxically, I find this refreshingly helpful. This work is an expression of U.G.'s exquisite mastery in penetrating the many illusions to be found on the spiritual path. I highly recommend it.
—Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, host of National Public Television series Thinking Allowed
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