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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A Blog about the book called Goner: The Final Travels of UG Krishnamurti | louisbrawley

The growing popularity of UG or am I mistaken in this. But having studied both men closely, the lives lived were quite different. So, let me amend that: I can say that it was a fantastic opportunity to review and process what happened in that five years with him. You are still on your way up.

The part about being in our DNA makes sense as dogs are bred for their inborn attributes. What was his stance on these things ,ouis etc.


What I can do is speak about my personal experiences louiw him. It was a thrill. Those editorials have many books on J. I am just blown away reading every chapter of this Book.

It is the most significant achievement of my life.

How special a person he might be, or supposed to be that too we wil never be able to know. Hi Louis, I asked some spanish editorials if they could publish your book about U.

I had met her daughter at an art gallery in Bombay. Feelings of jealousy and anxiety with relation to ones lover seem so disgusting. His brand of compassion was and is unique; mistake is people did not know what to take in the literal sense weed out the practiced cliches.


After ug i learned to give more respect and care to my body and to understand its needs. It is NOT just a matter of changing your thinking and playing stupid word games in your head. He did a wicked imitation of JK which was hilarious at least to those of us around him.

This is why I wrote the book because you can read it and start putting him into some frame, but if you meet him, that stuff is a lot harder to pin on him. From Osho type therapy to regular group therapy, all that stuff. That we wanted a free ride to nirvana…bla bla bla. He spent some time with them, walking through the house and having a meal with us all. I felt a lot of depression at times, even around him, but not to the extent you describe. Get up and lay down, maybe?

Do you have any idea if there is a copy around in any other form than kindle? Thank you for your anwsers. My story of your story of him.

He was right, it came from nowhere and went nowhere, like a unique song. Hi Barry, I will try my local library see if they can get it for me, if not I will take you up on your kind offer, thanks…Philip.

Goner: The Final Travels of UG Krishnamurti

Time remaining — day s — hour s — minute s — second s. Even reading about u. What he was all the time doing was pressing those around him to examine the implications of what he was saying on themselves. Gives me an idea!

I cannot really free myself of UG, like he always demanded from people. It was a thankless task and he was not in the least invested in the outcome.

Brqwley that ray, that is to say, without me, everything would remain toner, invisible, un-perceived, non-existent. I believe UG would say it in that sense. Have a good one. Life is a bullshit also. Yes, we once went on a road trip to Amsterdam to see the Ladies in the windows, prostitutes.


And truly, you believers in a godhead, in a tin god or a demon, in angels and saints, in gurus, masters, sublime ones, emissaries of gods and self-appointed gods or representatives of gods, you are tumbling like drunkards through your life and from one belief-delusion to another, in doing so you are one-sided, unfree and unsure in brawlye, because you have been led astray from the simple way of the truth, on the one hand through the blame of all those who deceive you to the untruth and to belief, and on the other hand through your own guilt, because you only want to think about a belief rather than turn consciously to the truth, because you eschew the bearing of the responsibility that is connected with the real grawley of all truth.


Prashanth Bangalore marked it as to-read Feb 16, Reading it second time with a hiliter. As an artist with no responsibilities or family, he began traveling the globe with UG for several years. That sounds true as why do people have children if brawey to be able to control or want to love. Not easy, given the truth of UG’s message, that thought is dead, yet Brawley manages to use words which, though they surely belong to the realm of thought, feel alive