In the last journey through "The Temple of The Mental," we followed the left-handed path ? the non-rational, non-linear, approach to what Bryon Gysin and William Burroughs dubbed "The Third Mind." Its highest achievement is liberation from the realm of the rational; its greatest pitfall is death. In some circles, some might even call this methodology "Luciferian." Standing opposite the left-handed path is the right-handed path, which involves a more practical approach, based on systems and methodologies.
When J. Krishnamurti was a young man exploring the wonders of being a Telugu Brahmin in his birthplace of Madanapelle, India, he had a "chance" encounter with Bishop Leadbeater, a spiritual talent scout for Madame Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society in India. Leadbeater developed a relationship with the young Krishnamurti and his little brother and determined that one of them would be coached to become "The World Teacher" of their new world religion and usher in the New Age.