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Public Meetings in Saanen, Switzerland, 1971

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Learning implies a mind that doesn't know
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Set of 2 MP3 CDs containing 7 Public Talks and 7 Public Dialogues from Saanen, Switzerland, 1971.


Learning implies a mind that doesn't know - Volume 1
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Seven Public Talks

Aproximate Duration: 9 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD

Content:

1. What is your deep interest in life?
18 July 1971

- What is your real, deep interest in life?
- We are not individuals at all, we are the result of the culture in which we live.
- Order
- Pleasure
- Q: What is our relationship to our children?
- Q: Demonstrating against wars.

Duration: 79 minutes

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2. How is one to bring about order in oneself without any conflict?
20 July 1971

- How is one to bring about order in oneself without any conflict, and not make it merely habitual, routine, mechanical and neurotic?
- What is implied in control?
- Learning implies a mind that is curious, that doesn't know, that is eager to find out.
- Have you ever looked at yourself?

Duration: 76 minutes

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3. Looking at oneself without division
22 July 1971

- Is it possible to look at ourselves non-analytically and therefore observe without the me observing?
- I can examine my mind, the superficial daily activity of the mind, but how am I to understand, examine the deeper layers?
- Is it necessary to dream at all?
- Can the mind observe without division?
- Can you look without an image?
- Conflict

Duration: 77 minutes

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4. What is right relationship?
25 July 1971

- Loneliness in relationships.
- What is relationship?
- Action
- I want to find out whether my activity is isolating, building a wall round myself.
- Images
- Can I live a life, daily life, without any sense of self-concern?
- Q: Drugs

Duration: 79 minutes

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5. Can the mind be completely free of any distorting factor?
27 July 1971

- We have given tremendous importance to the functioning of thought - logically, objectively, irrationally, or neurotically.
- Can man function at all in this world being free of time?
- Can the mind be completely free of any distorting factor?
- The demand for pleasure.
- Can I observe myself totally at a glance?

Duration: 71 minutes

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6. Does having concepts waste energy?
29 July 1971

- One needs a great deal of energy, vitality, interest, intensity and passion to bring about a radical change in ourselves and in the world.
- Is it possible to live in this world without the operation of will?
- A man who sees things very clearly, neither neurotically nor obstinately, doesn't choose.
- A mind that is ambitious, wanting to achieve, wanting to become powerful, aggressive, competitive, imitative, cannot possibly understand what love is.
- Death
- Q: You have questioned this morning the different religions and I can understand on an intellectual level what you said, it seems sensible and reasonable, and yet I lack the passion.
- Q: I wonder if armaments and wars are consequences of culture, or of a lack of culture.

Duration: 79 minutes

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7. What is the relationship between thought and intelligence?
1 August 1971

- Where there is space there is silence.
- Can thought be completely silent and only function when necessary?
- What is the relationship between thought and intelligence?
- How is the mind, which is so endlessly chattering, endlessly bourgeois, caught in a trap, struggling, seeking, going after the masters, gurus and disciplining, how is that mind to be completely still?
- Must you listen to the speaker for fifty years?
- Q: Yoga and imagination.
- Q: Awareness and sleep.

Duration: 90 minutes

Learning implies a mind that doesn't know - Volume 2
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Seven Public Dialogues

Aproximate Duration: 9 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD

Content:

1. Knowing the content of my consciousness
4 August 1971

- Q: Is it possible to see the whole movement of life totally and not fragmentarily?
- Can you look at the content of your consciousness?
- When there is no division of any kind, not only superficially but in the content of consciousness itself as the observer and the observed, then there is a quality of the religious mind.
- What has taken place to a mind that started inquiring into its content and discovered the extraordinary division, the contradictions, the fragmentation, the assertions, the aggression?

Duration: 92 minutes

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2. The old must be silent to discover the new
5 August 1971

- What is the relationship between intelligence and thought and between silence and death?
- Why does the mind ever get conditioned?
- The brain can discover something new only when it sees the truth that the old cannot find anything new and therefore the old becomes quiet.
- What do we mean by the word intelligence?

Duration: 87 minutes

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3. Harmony of the mind, heart and body
6 August 1971

- Q: What do you mean by harmony between the mind, the heart and the body?
- How do I observe the mind?
- Intelligence comes into being in observing how thought operates.
- Is intelligence out of time?

Duration: 77 minutes

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4. Thinking about the future breeds fear
5 August 1971

- Q: I would like to discuss fear and death and their relationship to intelligence and thought.
- I am frightened of the future. How shall I deal with it?
- Why does thought think about the future and breed fear?

Duration: 76 minutes

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5. Images prevent relationship
8 August 1971

- Fear and its relationship to thought.
- What is time?
- Knowledge has given security to the mind. Tomorrow there may be no security at all.
- Why does the brain retain the memory of the hurt from yesterday?
- Have you looked at yourself, without image?
- Can the brain never be hurt?

Duration: 72 minutes

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6. How are we going to teach our children?
9 August 1971

- Is there a difference between education and learning?
- Drugs
- Is it possible to create an environment in which one can go beyond oneself?
- How are we going to teach our children?

Duration: 75 minutes

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7. What is a religious life?
10 August 1971

- What is a religious life?
- Can the mind become completely still without coercion, without compulsion, without discipline?
- What is meditation in relation to a quiet mind?
- The moment I am aware that I am aware, I am not aware. Awareness means the observer is not.

Duration: 75 minutes

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