The notion of choiceless awareness has been around, in different forms, for a long time. But Krishnamurti’s take on it is (afaik) unique. It is also at the hub of his worldview, that from which the inner human revolution (awakening of intelligence) emerges.
I find Krishnamurti’s choiceless awareness (simply ‘choiceless awareness’ from here on) to be one of those things that, on the surface, is simple: It can be explained quite clearly it in a few sentences to a newbie. But each time I revisit it, I see something new. (Emptiness is like that for me in Buddhism, brahman in Advaita, wu-wei in Taoism.)
Since choiceless awareness is so foundational in Krishnamurti’s teachings, and since it’s so easily misunderstood or half-understood, I thought it would be useful (and fun!) to explore it, as if for the first time.