J. Krishnamurti and the Search for Light
Choong Chi Pin continues his reading of this frank book by
Geoffrey Hodson where he discusses the utterances of Mr. J. Krishnamurti.
Geoffrey Hodson says:
“Krishnamurti is at least consistent in one respect – his general and
trenchant condemnation of organisations for the dissemination of doctrines,
of societies, orders, ceremonials.
The sweeping nature of this condemnation of all organisations for the
spreading of spiritual ideas and spiritual life cannot, in my opinion, be
justified. The Solar System itself is such an organisation. The Solar Logos
must be regarded both as a great Organiser and as a great Ceremonialist.
Just as a wireless receiving set is essential for the receipt of broadcasts
or a brain to receive thought, so are world religions essential to the
general physical receipt and dissemination of spiritual teachings.