“Your consciousness is not yours any more than your thinking. It is not an individual thinking.
Thinking is common, is general, from the poorest man, the most uneducated, unsophisticated man in a little, tiny village to the most sophisticated brain—the great scientists; they all think.
The thinking may be more complex, but thinking is general, shared by all human beings.
Therefore, it is not your individual thinking. This is rather difficult to see and to recognize the truth of it, because we are so conditioned as individuals.
All your religious books, whether Christian or Muslim or another, all sustain and nourish this idea, this concept of an individual.
You have to question that. You have to find out the truth of the matter.”
-J. Krishnamurti, Mind
Without Measure, p 37