What is a religious mind?

BANGALORE: Jiddu Krishnamurti foundation will conduct a residential workshop on the subject ‘What is a religious mind?’ from April 7 to 9, at Valley School Campus, Kanakapura road.

Published: 29th March 2012 05:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 09:48 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Jiddu Krishnamurti foundation will conduct a residential workshop on the subject ‘What is a religious mind?’ from April 7 to 9, at Valley School Campus,

Kanakapura road.

During the gathering, the participants would get an opportunity to intensely examine, question and explore many important aspects and dimensions of human life.

Speaking about the event Krishnamurti said “Self-knowledge, that is, to learn about oneself is the first intelligent action of a human being and therefore the beginning of the

transformation.”

Looking forward to attend the gathering, Vishwanath from Wipro said, “I am looking forward to get an insight about the world around us in general. While one may not get  an easy answers,

but the interaction with other participants of considerable intellect, understanding and interesting perspectives is what never ceases to

amaze me.”

Speaking about the event, Sowmya a Physical fitness trainer said, “The purpose

of such gatherings is to make us aware of our own selves.”

She added, “We may not have introspected ourselves many a times, but this provides a platform to

question ourselves.”

The gathering aims to provide the right atmosphere and space where one

can understand and learn about oneself.

It also provides forum to inquire into one’s thought patterns and to deeply

understand the nature and workings of one’s

mind which is constantly

shaping and determining one’s outward actions.

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