Sabyasachi GuhaSabyasachi Guha met U.G. Krishnamurti in 1995 after reading Mind Is A Myth. For Guha this was the beginning of an intense, close and pivotal association with U.G. that lasted until the latter’s death in 2007. Right from day one U.G’s proximity created irreversible physical movements in Guha and U.G.’s constant negation brought about the dissolution of thought-induced myths and beliefs, freeing him from conflict for good:  The system now stands in a place that does not have to imagine its own existence.                            

In Thought Destroys the Rhythm of Life Guha reminds us that our physical system has tremendous innate intelligence and left to its own devices without the imposition of thoughts and ideas will fall into its natural, harmonious rhythm.  He says that the conflict in each one of us arises out of the movement of wanting to know “how” to achieve an imaginary ideal state. True beginning of intelligence is the realization that anything we think or do to achieve that state will never address our total well-being.

Read the full talk here.

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