“The man who wants to improve himself can never be aware, because improvement implies condemnation and the achievement of a result.
Whereas in awareness, there is observation without condemnation, without denial or acceptance.
That awareness begins with outward things, being aware, being in contact with objects, with nature. First, there is awareness of things about one, being sensitive to objects, to nature, then to people, which means relationship; then there is awareness of idea.
This awareness, being sensitive to things, to nature, to people, to ideas is not made up of separate processes, but is one unitary process.
It is a constant observation of everything, of every thought and feeling and action as they arise within oneself.”
-J Krishnamurti, The First and Last Freedom, p 173
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