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Five Public Meetings in Amsterdam, 1971

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How do you observe a fact?
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How do you observe a fact?

Ref: AM71T1-4DYP-A-ENG


Price: £10.00 / €12.33 (Including VAT at 20%)

Five Public Meetings in Amsterdam, 1971


Aproximate Duration: 8 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. Change without analysis
22 May 1971

- To inquire sanely, rationally demands a free mind.
- How is a human mind which has been so heavily conditioned to change at all?
- Can a human being live without any kind of authority and not become chaotic, confused?
- In analysis there is never complete action.
- So can you observe yourself, your conditioning, without the image about that conditioning?
- We are asking whether it is possible not to dream at all.
- Q: Images - Change - Naming - Drugs

Duration: 105 minutes

2. Can one end sorrow?
23 May 1971

- What is relationship?
- What is thinking?
- Thought sustains an incident, a happening, as pleasure, and thought also sustains and gives a continuity to fear.
- Sorrow.
- How do you observe a fact?
- Q: The observer and the observed – Seeing the mechanical habits of the mind – East and West meet - Why are we fragmented? - Division

Duration: 104 minutes

3. I cannot assume anything about myself
24 May 1971

- How is one to have total order in oneself?
- How do I learn about myself?
- Control exists only when there is the action of will, positively or negatively. Will is resistance. When the mind is learning, there is no resistance.
- Why has a human being given such significance to sex?
- Q: How can we know ourselves completely when part of us is hidden in the subconscious?

Duration: 84 minutes

4. What is the meaning of religion?
25 May 1971

- Religion.
- Death.
- What is meditation?
- Q: Yoga - Gurus - Zen Buddhism - Comparison.

Duration: 96 minutes

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One Discussion with Young People

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5. What is the root of isolation?
26 May 1971

- How do you proceed to break down the wall of isolation?
- When you identify yourself with a group of people or a set of ideas, aren’t you separating yourself?
- We want peace in the world and that peace is denied because we are isolated.
- Can I live without comparison?
- Is there progress inwardly, psychologically?
- Can you stop being aggressive?

Duration: 97 minutes

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