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Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park, UK, 1970

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Is there an observation without the ‘me’ as the observer?
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Is there an observation without the ‘me’ as the observer?

Ref: BR70T1-4D1-2-A-ENG


Price: £12.00 / €14.80 (Including VAT at 20%)

Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park, UK, 1970


Aproximate Duration: 8 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. Observing without the ‘me’
5 September 1970

- Who is the observer who decides what to do, think and become? He is one fragment amongst many.
- What is the action that is total? Can thought bring about total observation?
- Has thought created division?
- The moment I am aware of my conditioning there is a duality. Can I observe myself without any image?
- Can there be a learning without accumulation so that the mind is always fresh to learn?
- Thought sustains pleasure. Is pleasure an escape from fear?
- Would conflict disappear if one became aware?

Duration: 98 minutes

2. Can one live without psychological effort?
6 September 1970

- Is there a way of living of great delight, where action is complete, without the exhausting process of pleasure?
- Without formulas and concepts, can the mind see the whole of existence as one unitary movement?
- Change is only possible if the mind can be made new.
- Can one let go of the past and have a mind capable of learning?
- What is the factor that will make the mind new?
- A quiet mind can observe ‘what is’ and go beyond. Can I know I have a quiet mind?
- Q: What does the cessation of sorrow imply?
- Does sorrow end only through self-understanding? When we no longer desire there is an end to sorrow.

Duration: 78 minutes

3. Does a free mind choose?
12 September 1970

- Is divisive and destructive conditioning creating havoc in the world?
- How is deep conditioning to be revealed?
- How is one to go beyond all conditioning?
- Is the observer different from what he examines, the analyser different from what he analyses?
- Is there division and so conflict between knowledge and action?
- Why has knowledge become so important in life?
- What place has knowledge in freedom?
- Decision implies choice. What need is there for any choice at all?
- Q: Why do you need experience at all?
- Q: Can a mind caught in becoming be creative?

Duration: 71 minutes

4. Acting without ideas
13 September 1970

- How does one go beyond the petty, shoddy little self?
- Can the mind see so that the very seeing is the doing?
- Usually there is an idea and then action follows. Where there is division as idea and action is conflict inevitable?
- Intelligence is seeing danger and acting.
- Isn’t self-centredness a factor of division?
- Can the mind, realizing the transiency of things, find something not of time?
- Meditation implies a mind free of self-deception.
- Q: Why does the mind endlessly chatter?
- The mind is frightened if not occupied. Can thought end so that it does not sustain fear?

Duration: 66 minutes

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Two Public Discussions

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5. If one is conforming there is no freedom
8 September 1970

- How does one go beyond the petty, shoddy little self?
- Can the mind see so that the very seeing is the doing?
- Usually there is an idea and then action follows. Where there is division as idea and action is conflict inevitable?
- Intelligence is seeing danger and acting.
- Isn’t self-centredness a factor of division?
- Can the mind, realizing the transiency of things, find something not of time?
- Meditation implies a mind free of self-deception.
- Q: Why does the mind endlessly chatter?
- The mind is frightened if not occupied. Can thought end so that it does not sustain fear?

6. Maturity is freedom from conditioning
10 September 1970

- Q: What shall I do when I realize that my whole life is based on thought?
- Has feeling any significance apart from thought?
- Is love a product of thought?
- Can you remain with a feeling without naming it?
- Despair, misery, confusion, who is feeling all this?
- How has division come about between the observer and the observed?
- Can you look at a tree without the image?
- Can you look with eyes that have never been touched by the past? Can those eyes look innocently, with freedom?
- Is the thinker separate from thought?

Duration: 84 minutes

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