J. Krishnamurti Books and Audios


The following PDF files are provided for educational purposes. I have downloaded them  from various sources on the internet and in these uncertain times it seems wise to make them available on a multitude of sites.  I would encourage anyone who feels that they are enriched by the books to purchase hard-copies if they exist. Many of them are available from Amazon.com.

Beyond Violence

Choiceless Awareness

Commentaries on Living, V. 1

Commentaries on Living, V. 2

Commentaries on Living, V. 3

Freedom from the Known

Jiddu Krishnamurti on Education

JKrishnamurti Education and the Significance of Life

J Krishnamurti on Love

Krishnamurti’s Notebook

Krishnamurti to Himself

Krishnamurti – Life in Freedom (Early Writings)


Significance of Life

The Awakening of Intelligence

The Book of Life

The First and Last Freedom

The Flight Of The Eagle

The Only Revolution

The Way of Intelligence

The Ending Of Time

The Origin Of Conflict

The World Of Peace

Think on these Things

Tradition And Revolution

Truth And Actuality

You are the World


Below you will find any audio files for download. You can left click on the link to listen or right click and “save as” to download.

The Essence of Freedom (Urban Guru Cafe)

Choiceless Awareness (Urban Guru Cafe)

Truth is a Pathless Land (New Dimensions Radio)

Meditation Mastery (New Dimensions Radio)

J. Krishnamurti with Bernard Levin

Krishnamurti Channel Four Interview

Uncovering the Source – J. Krishnamurti and Pupul Jayakar

Krishnamurti with Chogyam Trungpa

Dialogue with Dr. Huston Smith

35 thoughts on “J. Krishnamurti Books and Audios”

  1. Isn’t it just as easy to cling to ideas like nothing haeepnpd and there is no awakening ?I still think that even though one may realizing up awakening that everything has always been the way it is, and that there is no duality, etc. etc., there was a time when this wasn’t seen clearly, and then a time when it was. To say that there’s no difference in experience between the two seems disingenuous.It’s like the philosophical Pluralist who berates the holders of other philosophical positions for maintaining there point of view is the best. The Pluralist holds it over them that no philosophy is better than any other, and that anyone who thinks otherwise is wrong? It doesn’t hold up, does it?

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    1. Ideas are easy, letting go of them is difficult.. Nisargadatta .. there is also the zen saying before realization one chops wood and carries water and after realization one still chops wood and carries water..

      I guess the question is was Krishnamurti enlightened… because if he was, he is pointing a way forward, .. and if he was not, as I suspect, his ideas are just that… ideas… though the question is useless because, regardless of his state his ideas are obstacles to the truth.. as according to nisargadatta they must be dropped..


      1. -if you understood Nisargadatta or zen etc you would realize everything is one, there is no enlightenment there is no non-enlightenment


  2. Thank you for making these rare books available. May you continue to dwell in the Love and Light of the Universal Mind. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. Peace.

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  3. I want to express my deep gratitude for those involved in putting these books on line allowing to read these. J.K. is one of my favourites. Thank you again.

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  4. Thanks a lot for this service nt intellectualy BT actually ,love this platform and ur work ,
    Amazing ,and easy for us
    Finally I would say no words I have to thank u !!!!!!!!!!!

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