Essential Sources

J. Krishnamurti & David Bohm:
The Ending of Time.
Where Philosophy & Physics Meet.
Revised Expanded Edition.
HarperOne 2014.

The fifteen dialogues in 1980 at Ojai and Brockwood Park, England addressing the origin of human conflct in the separative and time-bound nature of the self.

Appendix: Two dialogues in England June 1983 about the future of humanity. Audios or videos from these dialogues are on youtube.

J. Krishnamurti: 
Freedom from the Known.
Rider 2010.

The book represents Krishnamurti's key ideas on the problems we fave as we try to make sense of our lives and understand ourselves: consciousness, awareness, pursuit of pleasure, authority, memory, self-concern, fear, violence, anger, hate, ideas and ideals, conflict, hypocrisy, time, sorrow, death, and love.

"Living in the present is the instant perception of beauty and the great delight in it without seeking pleasure from it."  

David Bohm:
Thought as a System.
Routledge 1994.

The book looks at the role and nature of thinking and knowledge in a radical way. It is not something an indivual controls but a collective process that manifests in our conciousness. Thinking does not neutrally report on what is 'out there' but actively participates in forming our perceptions of the world, our sense of meaning, creation of conflict. See videos.

"Thought is in chaos. That is the cause of world's being in chaos."

"Thought is affecting what we see."

"Thought does not grasp the whole."

David Bohm, Mark Edwards:
Exploring the Hidden Source of the Social, Political, and Environmental Crises Facing Our World, 
HarperCollins 1991

A stunningly original illumination of the probems facing the planet today. Bohm and Edwards explore the vicious cycle of our thought processes and reveal the roots of the technological threat in the midst of acclerating innovation. They expose the basic and pervasive disharmony between the intellect and the emotions, urging a radical re-examination of the entire thought process. This book makes clear that the world will not change until our thought process changes.

Jiddu Krishnamurti, David Bohm and David Shainberg:
The Transformation of Man. Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Ltd. Videos from May 1976.

Introduction and seven one-hour dialogues at Brockwood Park, England. Why is it important for us to change fundamentally, what will change us and what is preventing the mutation in the human mind. 

J. Krishnamurti & David Bohm: The Future of Humanity. Two dialogues in June 1983 at Brockwood Park. 

Video 1: Is there Is an action not touched by thought? 

Video 2: Is there evolution of consciousness?

The Conditioned Self is a rare overview of Krishnamurti and David Bohm's views of thought creating the thinker rather than the thinker creating thought. It includes Saral Bohm's insights on David's relationship with Krishnamurti and the ideas they explored together.