What did he mean by that word “transformation” ?
It is odd that some of us don’t know what K meant by transformation and yet use that word without any basics.
For Krishnamurti, transformation refers to a fundamental and profound change in the human psyche. It involves a radical shift in consciousness, a departure from conditioned patterns of thought, and a transcending of the limitations imposed by societal influences and personal conditioning. Krishnamurti emphasized that true transformation goes beyond superficial change and is rooted in self-awareness, insight, and a deep understanding of the nature of one’s mind. It is a process of inner revolution that leads to a more awakened and liberated state of being.
Mr James, I don’t think that K meant what you said about transformation.
I say transformation is the abandonment of the “me” without expecting anything what so ever.
This is one way of putting it. But my personal feeling is that it doesn’t communicate the whole of what Krishnamurti was wanting to say by a radical transformation in consciousness.
You disagreed that by ‘transformation’ Krishnamurti meant
While Krishnamurti didn’t use these exact words (because this is a definition given by an AI language software program), I don’t believe he was saying something very different from this.
I have set this out on a separate thread so as to not take up space on this one.