OPEN DOOR learning & inquiry

OPEN DOOR learning & inquiry


Upcoming Online Program Events 2021/22

Online Study Retreats - Open To All Worldwide

Open Door in-person retreats are now being complimented by a completely new series of Online Study Programs, open worldwide.

We can now all come together for themed, exploratory study programs, without the uncertainty and expense of modern long distance travel

As well as facilitating a series of Online Winter Retreats & Dialogues organised by the Krishnamurti Foundation America (KFA) and a new series of online exploration dialogues with the Krishnamurti Educational Centre of Canada (KECC) - there will also be a brand new program of Online Study Seminars & Dialogues coming up during 2022.. 

International study program with no need to travel

These in depth online study programs are open to everyone worldwide.

Krishnamurti Education Centre of Canada
Krishnamurti Education Centre of Canada

Exploring Ourselves - Online Bi-Monthly Dialogue KECC

Organised by Krishnamurti Education Centre Canada
Bi-monthly dialogue meetings with Jackie McInley

On first and third Sundays, 10 am – 12 noon PT, From February to June, 2022

For more information please visit HERE


SEPT 13-17 / 2021

Can Time End?

NOV 8-12 / 2021

Can Time End? Part 2

(Click on the program titles for more information & registration)


17.30-20.00 GMT

18.30-21.00 European Time

9.30am-12.00pm PT 

(or according to your particular time zone)


Retreat & Dialogue Facilitator

The facilitator is in no way an authority or KRISHNAMURTI teacher. She speaks in her own name and moves together with all other participants on a journey of self inquiry. She may help organise retreat programs, but truth and awareness can never be organised, nor administered by another: it can only be discovered simply and naturally for oneself.

Jackie McInley founded and ran an independent Krishnamurti centre called Open Door in Southern France from 2004 until 2013 – hosting monthly inquiry weekends and annual international gatherings in French and English. 

She has had a deep interest in K’s teaching for many years and has been facilitating and setting up dialogue groups since 2002.

A higher education language teacher by profession, she now spends her time traveling to various K centres and schools around the world - facilitating dialogue & retreat programs, sharing skills in education, and helping out in independent K related projects worldwide.