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The Link, issue 22

The Link, issue 22

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The Link is produced by Krishnamurti Link International (KLI). Photographs in The Link were taken by Friedrich Grohe unless stated otherwise. Contributions, whether anonymous or not, do not necessarily represent the views of the editors or publisher. Anyone wishing to reproduce extracts from The Link is welcome to do so, with the exception of reprinted letters and copyrighted articles.

The Link is free of charge. Additional copies of this or previous issues may be obtained by contacting The Link staff at:

Chalet Solitude
1659 - Rougemont
Switzerland

email: kli@kmail.ch
The Link is produced by Krishnamurti Link International (KLI). Photographs in The Link were taken by Friedrich Grohe unless stated otherwise. Contributions, whether anonymous or not, do not necessarily represent the views of the editors or publisher. Anyone wishing to reproduce extracts from The Link is welcome to do so, with the exception of reprinted letters and copyrighted articles.

The Link is free of charge. Additional copies of this or previous issues may be obtained by contacting The Link staff at:

Chalet Solitude
1659 - Rougemont
Switzerland

email: kli@kmail.ch

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The LinThe Lin
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2002–2003
 
The Link · No 22
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The Link is produced by Krishnamurti Link International (KLI). Photographs in The Link weretaken by Friedrich Grohe unless stated otherwise. Contributions, whether anonymous or not,do not necessarily represent the views of the editors or publisher. Anyone wishing to repro-duce extracts from The Link is welcome to do so, with the exception of reprinted letters andcopyrighted articles.The Link is free of charge. Additional copies of this or previous issues may be obtained bycontacting the address on the back page. If you would like to pay for The Link, please see theinformation on the opposite page.
Cover Picture: Looking west near Brunnen, Lake Lucerne, Switzerland
The Newsletter 
Editorial 3Dear Friends4Letter from a mother5K: Dependence and emptiness10Letters to the Editor1226K: The first step is the last step24Talking about Krishnamurti27Was K Simplistic in His Approach?29Mind and Brain31K: On transformation36Breaking New Ground in a Committee38K: How would you teach about fear?44Self-Concern and the Environment46The Magical Garden49
On Education
Editors Note51Exploring Ks Holistic Education54Education for the Art of Living57In Loco Parentis: Caring for Teenagers61K: The new generation62
International Network 
Announcements69Addresses74
 
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The Newsletter
This issue of
The Link has accumulated a considerable number of contributions. Firstbecause it is the only issue for this year and second due to the many responses elicited bythe previous issue, especially around the questioning of the future of the foundations,theschools and The Link itself.One of the main themes in this issue is the question of change, what is implied in it,whether it is possible within the scope of the teachings and whether we are even honestwith ourselves when we say that we want to change. This change involves an investigationinto the nature of the psyche, which is central to the teachings and the subject of scientificresearch. The contrast between the two approaches makes for a challenging dialogue,particularly around the difficulties of self-knowledge.The question of what it means to live the teachings and how we can co-operate in thisinquiry is of a piece with the issue of change. After all, the best way to spread the seed isnot by distributing books and videos and endlessly discussing their contents but by theawakening of insight into the unfolding reality of our daily lives. As some of our contribu-tions show, these awakenings do take place in specific instances over the whole field of living, in staying with the difficulties of relationship, the awareness of our identificationwith the body or the unpremeditated encounter with the timeless.This very sense of awakening, and whether it is at all possible to bring it about in aschool setting, is also at the heart of the educational process. In this issue we explore theimplications of this approach in the context of Brockwood Park.K invariably draws our attention to the inner factors that condition our existence. Onesuch factor is our fear of the natural emptiness of the mind. This consideration of emptinessas the essence of mind drives home the significance of turning inward. Meeting the fear andnot escaping from the emptiness is a fundamental challenge we must face if we truly meanto revolutionize our lives and the world in which we live.
 Javier Gómez Rodríguez 
Editorial NoteEditorial Note
Donations towards the costs of The Link 
People have often expressed interest in paying for The Link. This is greatly appreciated, as TheLink is expensive to produce and post. Moreover, such contributions towards covering the costsof The Link would, by reducing expenses, help KLI to continue to support other projects. One suchproject, the Krishnamurti website www.kinfonet.org, is now able to provide The Link with themeans to receive online donations of any amount by credit card, avoiding high international banktransfer charges. You can make a donation by logging on to
www.kinfonet.org/the_link/donate.
Ifyou would like to donate in some other way, please get in touch with us. Thank you!

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