Indian philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti was also a speaker and author on spiritual and intellectual topics. He is regarded as one of the 20th century's most significant and influential intellectuals.
In the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh's small village of Madanapalle, Krishnamurti was born. The Theosophical Society found him when he was a small boy, and he was raised to become a "World Teacher" who would guide mankind into a new era of spiritual enlightenment.
The core of Krishnamurti's teachings was the notion that a really peaceful and harmonious world can only be achieved through self-awareness and self-transformation. He emphasised the value of being fully present and aware in every moment, as well as of questioning everything, including one's own views and presumptions.
In addition to writing numerous books, Krishnamurti gave countless seminars all over the world. His teachings still challenge and uplift people today, and his perceptions of the nature of the individual and the universe are still profoundly relevant to our day.
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