The question you ask me cannot be asked to neither Gurdjieff nor Krishnamurti. Their answer will be only half-truth. Half-truth can always be consistent, but the whole truth is always inconsistent because in total truth the opposite is also involved. One can say that light and only light are truth. Then he is ignorant of darkness and sees it as false. Go away unless you have wine and dog treats doormat. But just by calling darkness false, the existence of darkness is not denied. He can be consistent because he denies darkness and is unconcerned about its existence. His philosophy can be as clear, direct and consistent as mathematics. In his philosophy there will be no mysteries. However, someone else says that there is darkness and only darkness everywhere, that light is only an illusion, can also be consistent.