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This dog barking : the strange story of U.G. Krishnamurti / by Nicholas C. Grey &​ James Farley.

By: Grey, Nicolas C.
Contributor(s): Farley, James.
Uttar Pradesh, India : Harper Element, 2017Description: xiii, 140 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789352643776 (pbk.).Subject(s): Krishnamurti, U. G. (Uppaluri Gopala), -- Comic books, strips, etc | Philosophers -- India -- Biography | Philosophy of mind -- Comic books, strips, etc | Mind and body -- Comic books, strips, etc | IndiaDDC classification: 181.4 GRE Summary: "...chronicles the story of U.G. Krishnamurti, the Cosmic Naxalite, from his troubled childhood to his disillusionment with many of the leading spiritual teachers of the twentieth century and his catastrophic personal life. In 1967, UG underwent a series of biological mutations that left him in the 'natural state'--functioning without the interference of thought. With no fixed address, no followers and no organization, UG spent the next thirty years travelling the world with an uncompromising message: that 'mind is a myth' and dthe human condition should be demystified and de-psyhologized and viewed in purely physiological terms."--Cover.
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"...chronicles the story of U.G. Krishnamurti, the Cosmic Naxalite, from his troubled childhood to his disillusionment with many of the leading spiritual teachers of the twentieth century and his catastrophic personal life. In 1967, UG underwent a series of biological mutations that left him in the 'natural state'--functioning without the interference of thought. With no fixed address, no followers and no organization, UG spent the next thirty years travelling the world with an uncompromising message: that 'mind is a myth' and dthe human condition should be demystified and de-psyhologized and viewed in purely physiological terms."--Cover.

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