LOUIS BRAWLEY didn’t want me to call this week’s entry a “teaching”. extraordinary memoir of his days with U.G. Krishnamurti, Goner: The. Louis Brawley met UG Krishnamurti in and spent the following five years travelling with him in the USA, India and Europe keeping a. We are excited to welcome artist Louis Brawley to Scripps campus for of 89 and Louis spent the next three years writing a book called Goner.

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Do you have any idea if there is a copy around in any other form than kindle? What ever UG was is operating on me so far beyond what I can understand that to discuss or give importance to that stuff is totally misleading. Doctors may be able to prescribe medications gober beyond that these things come in cycles.

The next years? If a person till his death is unable to realize what UG says, what will happen to that person?

Just wanted to talk about what I saw there. This is a hard row to hoe, yet in the end the most compassionate one imaginable. When you say what you feel is LIKE depression, that alone is telling.


Today I completed reading the book. Bumped into phenomenon called U.

I can go on but I will stop here. How could anyone figure that sort of stuff out? In the first of these books, Meditation Is Not What You Think which was originally published as Part I and Part II of Coming to Our SensesBrawlley focuses on the “what” and the “why” of mindfulness–explaining why meditation is not for the “faint-hearted,” how meditation can actually be a radical act of love, and why paying attention is so supremely important.


An lluis too long message. I have never heard these details but you have to ask yourself one question… what difference would it make? And I was so much there with them that it seemed that, without me, perceptions and sensations could no longer be there.

Been hooked to U. What I can do is speak about my personal experiences around him. I am not interested in discussing anything else here.

Thank you so much. Sometimes they come, and sometimes they seem to be gone, only to resurface later. Dear Baden, I am not sure what you are talking about with this story about drugs to stabilise that guy?

If they use my book brawle any other book to do that, well that is sort of inevitable. Some of these people he met, some he had associations with.

Goner: The Final Travels of UG Krishnamurti

He also encouraged me to write it, so I took that as a message since he had a way of spotting unseen or unexplored talents. I am convinced that he made spending time with UG possible for me. Valentine was Swiss and very meticulous about money. First of all, congratulations with your book. He kept wondering what exactly was this new feeling of consciousness without, of course, using the word consciousness, which was now added to the usual perceptions and sensations, which had been there all along and had not changed at all.


Good explanation, Branko, short and direct. Louis, I want to thank you for writing such a compelling book! He would not usually offer much advice aside from acknowledging that in some cases there was perhaps a case of chemical imbalance best treated by medication.


That may not mean a thing to other people, but I liked that about UG. They were simply recognized.

Gives me an idea! Yes, we once went on a road trip to Amsterdam to see the Ladies in the windows, prostitutes. His impact on me has been quite negative, but I strongly agree with his statements, because I know artists, vanity, desire of success… A life in art business is better than an occupation as worker 8, 10, 12 hours a day in a factory or in an office! In my mind, its not only a funny, entertaining read, but an important book for anyone interested in UG, and for anyone who has felt that slight niggling feeling that most of the books you read in this genre of spirituality, may be taking you for a ride… Interesting blog on a quite uncommon argument here in Italy.