Krishnamurti, Jiddu - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Religion

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Besant, Annie; Theosophical Society.

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Mary Lutyens's biographies, Krishnamurti: The Years of Awakening (New York, 1975) and Krishnamurti: The Years of Fulfilment (New York, 1983), were, according to Lutyens, read by Krishnamurti prior to their publication, and their factual contents and interpretations were approved by him. Emily Lutyens, Candles in the Sun (London, 1957) (Mary Lutyens's mother) recounts her relationship with Krishnamurti during the time she and others took charge of his welfare in adolescence and early manhood. The bond between them was one of the closest in Krishnamurti's life.

Krishnamurti's own Krishnamurti's Notebook (New York, 1976) contains firsthand descriptions of "the Process." Alcyone [J. Krishnamurti], At the Feet of the Master (Wheaton, Ill., 2001), has run to more than forty editions since it was first published in 1910. It recounts teachings from the Master Kuthumi that Krishnamurti received during astral projection while asleep and under the guidance of Leadbeater. For an...

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