Bangalore: 2003. First edition. The author was a student of Krishnamurti's writings and long pondered the source of the great teacher's perpective. While it seemed to reflect the concepts of the Vedas K. always maintained that he never studied the sacred writings, East or West. Then Mr. Grammenos read Ouspansky and was convinced there was no difference between the Fourth Way teachings and Krishnamurti's presentation. He was also intrigued to find that Mary Luytens says K. attended O's lectures in London.
This book juxtaposes selections from Ouspensky, Gurdjieff and Nicoll with writings of Krishnamurti followed by commentary by Grammenos on the similarities in the texts. Paperback in new condition. Item #10285