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Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park, UK, 1974

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Religion is the gathering of our total energy
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Religion is the gathering of our total energy

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Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park, UK, 1974


Aproximate Duration: 8 hours 45 minutes
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. Can the conditioned mind go beyond itself?
31 August 1974

- Can one totally eliminate in observation the activity of the ‘me’?
- Is the observer looking at consciousness different from that looked at?
- Isn’t the observer the past, with his experiences, knowledge, hurts and sorrows?
- Being the past, is the observer capable of looking at what is going on around him now?
- When one has insight that the observer is the observed what takes place?
- With no interpretation, escape or rationalization is there energy to go beyond?
- If the ‘me’ is not, where is fear?

Duration: 87 minutes

2. Is thought a slave to time?
1 September 1974

- Is there psychological time at all?
- Can the human mind change instantly?
- Why do we abstract an idea from what we see?
- Is it lack of energy which makes one postpone? Or, not having the capacity to deal with ‘what is’ one makes an abstraction?
- Doesn’t action based on idea demand time? What is action in which there is no idea?
- Without abstraction can the mind observe sorrow and remain with sorrow?
- When you see that the observer is the observed, isn’t conditioning broken down?
- Can there be relationship if there are images?

Duration: 84 minutes

3. Death means a total renewal
7 September 1974

- Can the mind be free of suffering that corrupts all action?
- Is analysis of the cause of suffering a wastage of energy, as it involves time?
- Has thought brought about suffering?
- Is love something brought about by memory, and how does desire distort love?
- Is love a matter of time?
- Why has the mind separated living from dying?
- Can the mind clinging to the known inquire into what is permanent?
- Death is the ending of attachment. Can we be free of attachment daily and so inviting death?
- Attachment is irresponsibility.

Duration: 79 minutes

4. The energy to meet problems
8 September 1974

- Is there an area of the brain not contaminated by thought?
- Can the mind uncondition itself without thought which is time?
- Is there an energy not dependent on conditioning or culture?
- We are educated to control ourselves, in order to be righteous or virtuous. Can we live without controlling?
- Can there be choiceless awareness of disorder? Can the brain be absolutely still?
- Q: What is the function of being asleep or awake?
- To keep awake implies a mind that is not conforming.

Duration: 92 minutes

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Two Public Discussions

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5. The place of pleasure
3 September 1974

- Q: Why is the mind pursuing pleasure all the time?
- Why do people deny pleasure, feel guilty or resist it?
- Pleasure begins at the very root of memory.
- There is the delight of a sunset. Remembrance of it encourages continuity of the delight which is over.
- What place has pleasure, joy and love with regard to memory? Is love a memory?
- Why does the mind demand repetition?
- Thought is the response of memory, and in itself brings fragmentation. As long as the mind lives in that area there is no freedom.
- Is there any field where thought has no place at all?
- Can the mind be aware totally and not fragmentarily?
- If you really don’t know, you will have the answer.

Duration: 102 minutes

6. Is the mind capable of seeing thought?
5 September 1974

- Q: Aware that thought is divisive, what are we to do?
- Thought is the response of memory. Are we as aware of this conditioning as we are aware of rain raining?
- Can one be aware non-fragmentarily? In complete attention there is neither the observer nor the observed.
- Responsibility is implied in relationship.
- When the mind is attentive at the precise moment of challenge and response there is no formation of an image.
- The image means a formula, concept, symbol or word. Without the image you can’t be hurt.
- To know how to live without conflict you have to understand what it means to be related.

Duration: 84 minutes

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