If i'm to put the whole story here...it's going to take me a far while to lay out the whole concept. Quoting: mysterynomore
Of what use is a "concept"?
There are eleventy gazillion concepts about consciousness.
How is one any different than another?
They all have approximately the same 'value'.
They are all thought.
The function of thought is to preserve the temporal continuity of the "self", which is a dualistic consciousness.
We do not need another concept about consciousness.
What we need is an ability to observe the dualistic consciousness and the precise mechanisms which lead to conflict and violence.
Holding to another concept
of consciousness will not, in any
way, resolve the problems originating in duality.
This is what Krishnamurti was talking about.