Re: What do you experience?
Yeah Krishnamurti was quite an intellect and teacher. What an involved life story he had. Furthermore we dont want to get lost in any one elses head trip, as he advises, but rather to let our conscious be our guide. The predicament being that each one of us has a different understanding of what that is, along with a matured or not basis of practical power. Thus out spin all the different teaching aspects of and on life.
Certainly the challange is how do we incorporate and healthily interact with this living system dynamic, yet so as not to be damaged by buying too deeply into any illusory quality.
The wisdom traditions teach that while it is all one, as long as there are dirty dishes, the involved, the still eating, had better do them or the predicament will become continually more problematic, to the degree that we are still living unaware.
Such that while we can mentally understand how pure consciousness transcends the dualistic conception of any sort of physical evolution, we still find ourselves suffering and caught up in mindless hopeing, thus the concepts of learning about the workings of dualistic reality become what is conventionally termed, and not completly incorrectly, the work of evolving our personhood into a more sublime state of existence.
It can be considered to be a purification, or a rediscovery. Words, thoughts, ideas, philosophies, are often hidden traps we use unknowingly to our disadvantage, like Krishnamurti taught. Still the use of the intellect, the discursive principle, can propel us into deeper experiential understanding, if we refuse to be tied down by it or rest in its power and rather push on continually untill that form is exhausted.
Many view one aspect of this physical continuum as a kindergarden land for dinosaurs, with no expectation of change, seeing as how it is working quite well at its function. Furthermore this plays right into the teachings of the wisdom teachers, as at the root of all the wisdom traditions is the unraveling of the confusion, which deems reality to be less than perfect in its play on and of consciousness. At each focused perception, call it mind states, call it dimensions, there is an assumption that will be destroyed and completed by the expanding awareness untill no thing exists as was ever known previously.
Continually what ever we are holding onto, will be our security, and our undoing, our prime focus, and an enemy, which simultaneously creates and hides illusion, untill we finally live the process of accepting life and its mystery so fully we are awakened into the present ever continuing beyond mundane satisfaction of knowing enough to relax and finally completly let go and in that total relieving of delima we know only love and that no thing can exist seperate from that experience.