After decades of studying K’s teaching and observing itself in the light of those words, does the brain illuminate itself and realize what it is doing, or does it just become a Krishnamurti scholar? Does this brain know more about Krishnamurti’s teaching than it knows about itself?
If this brain knows it is conditioned to be reactively aware rather than choicelessly (and perhaps joyously) aware, why doesn’t it act on that knowledge?
You’re being rude if you can’t show my needless complication by demonstrating a simpler way of putting it. Show me my error and I’ll thank you for it. Tell me what my mistake is without making it clear does no one any good.
My feeling is that this over-complicating of things gets in your way.
I’m surprised you are not aware of a tendency to over-complicate sentences? I’m honestly not being malicious or rude when I point this out.
I feel I do this with many of the replies I make to your posts - which is why I thought I would point it out to you. I’m not trying to insult you.
For example, in this thread alone you have made statements like
I feel these sentences are not clear. That’s all. I am not wanting to insult you or annoy you. I am just sharing a difficulty I have in understanding your communications.
For myself I find that the more simply I am able to communicate, the simpler my thinking has to be. So there is a benefit in expressing oneself simply. That’s all. - Please don’t throw the kitchen sink at me!