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Four Public Meetings in Bombay (Mumbai), India, 1978

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A total regeneration of the mind
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A total regeneration of the mind

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Four Public Talks in Bombay (Mumbai), India, 1978


Aproximate Duration: 4 hours 45 minutes
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. When you change radically it affects all mankind
21 January 1978

- Can you, representing the common factor of humanity, bring about a regeneration of your mind?
- This investigation implies that you must be free to look at your life.
- What is the root of conflict?
- Can we live in a relationship with each other in which there is no conflict whatsoever?
- Why is there in us a dual process of thinking?
- In daily life can you drop the opposite and your ideal and deal only with ‘what is’?
- Jealousy is common to all mankind. Can you observe that feeling without naming it?
- We are caught in conflicting desires. Why does thought create the image out of which desire is born?
- Can the brain record only that which is essential?

Duration: 76 minutes

2. Can there be a regeneration of the mind?
22 January 1978

- There is a great deal of psychological interference when we observe. Can one observe without the past interfering?
- Why do we live in the past and act from the past? Is it because the past is more secure and the future is totally uncertain?
- Is there fear if you don’t create images?
- Why does thought create pictures of the past or future, which breed fear?
- Is thought, which is time, a factor of fear?
- Can one register only that which is necessary and not build the psychological structure of the ‘me’?
- Fear and love cannot exist together.
- Total clarity of the mind is innocence.

Duration: 69 minutes

3. What makes our lives so disorderly and confused?
28 January 1978

- Is breaking away from disorder more frightening than to live in it?
- Pleasure is one of the major factors of disorder.
- Why do we pursue pleasure?
- What is the nature and structure of pleasure? Enjoyment is not pleasure.
- Love is the flame that burns away meanness and brutality.
- Is love related to pleasure and desire? Does an ambitious man know love?
- Where there is fear there can be no love.
- Can the sorrow in human beings end?
- Is sorrow always associated with an incident or is there sorrow by itself?
- Death is part of our life. Can I live with death always as my shadow?

Duration: 67 minutes

4. Meditation is a flowering that has no motive
29 January 1978

- Are we heavily conditioned?
- Is the entity who wishes to break down conditioning different from the conditioning itself?
- Does the division between the observer and the observed waste energy?
- Is the observer at the very root of conflict?
- Will it take time to break down conditioning? Is there psychological time at all?
- Can your mind end its state of constantly being occupied?
- When there is disorder there is dissipation of energy. For meditation there must be immense energy.
- Is all reality put together by thought?
- Can thought being fragmented investigate the immeasurable?
- Meditation does not seek anything, because it is without time and the ‘me’.

Duration: 75 minutes

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