J. Krishnamurti: Great Liberator Or Failed Messiah?
This book makes an appraisal of various assessments of and changes against Jiddu Krishnamurti who was selected to be a Messiah and a World Teacher by the Theosophical Society, Did he come up to the expectations of the Theosophical Society? How original a thinker was he? How great was his impact. How accessible are his teachings? Luis S. R. Vas tries to find answers to these and many other related questions in this book.
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Recollections and Assessments
Accessing Krishnamurtis Insights
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