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Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park, UK, 1975

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What is correct action in a disintegrating world?
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What is correct action in a disintegrating world?

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

Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park, UK, 1975


Aproximate Duration: 8 hours 15 minutes
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. What is the function of thought?
6 September 1975

- Is there an action that is whole and complete at the personal and social level?
- Does thought, having created the ‘me’ make it into a fragment?
- Can thought realize its limitation and not spill over into the realm it can never touch?
- Is compassion the result of thought?
- Can thought be attentive to its own movements?
- Can you look at your disorder without choosing and totally deny it?
- Is the very act of walking away from disorder, order?
- Do you observe directly or from a distance? Is distance actuality or created by thought?
- When you observe the limitations of thought, you are left empty, naked, void.

Duration: 88 minutes

2. Can suffering end totally?
7 September 1975

- Isn’t the only energy of thought we know that which comes in contradiction and duality?
- How does desire arise? Is it seeing, sensation, contact, then desire?
- Why is there a sense of wanting, lack, pursuing something all the time, which is desire?
- Does desire, the wanting of something create fear?
- Is there a centre from which all fear springs?
- When you look without naming, is there fear?
- Have we invented psychological time?
- To uncover the unconscious must you analyse? If you don’t analyse what are you to do?
- Is there a different kind of energy altogether?

Duration: 77 minutes

3. Is there something with no beginning or end?
13 September 1975

- Can we end suffering at all levels inwardly?
- Can there be love, not just personal love but the enormous feeling of compassion?
- What is the total significance of death, the ending of what we know as life?
- That which ends has a new beginning, not that which has a continuity. Can there be an ending to time?
- Has time created the centre, the ‘me’?
- What is immortality, eternity, a timeless state? What happens to those caught in the movement of time?
- What is the relationship between one who is out of the stream of sorrow and one who is in it?

Duration: 75 minutes

4. Can we ever perceive truth?
14 September 1975

- What is reality? What are the limitations of thought and can it ever perceive truth?
- Can we go far unless there is order in the world of reality?
- Is there an observation of the field of reality without the movement of thought?
- What is freedom?
- To understand freedom one must deny all authority, which demands great attention.
- Having observed the disorder in our lives order comes into being.
- Can time have a stop? Which means, can the mind be still not by controlling thought? Then one comes upon that which is timeless, sacred and the very essence of compassion.

Duration: 73 minutes

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Two Public Discussions

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5. The action of total awareness
9 September 1975

- Q: What does it mean to be aware?
- If you are aware every moment your conditioning does not exist.
- Is there an activity which is not mechanical?
- The mechanical part of the brain follows a line set by thought.
- Thought itself is mechanical.
- We are all hurt from childhood. Is it the image that is hurt?
- It is tradition, part of our education to have images, according to our environment and culture.
- If there is no image the whole brain is unconditioned. Then the brain is on fire. It is non-mechanical and has a totally different kind of energy.
- Only in being nothing is there security.

Duration: 87 minutes

6. Do you respond according to an image?
11 September 1975

- Q: How is one to be aware of the content of one’s consciousness?
- To be totally aware implies no observer. The observer is the past which therefore brings about fragmentation.
- Can you live in the present? To live in the present means not a single memory not a single breath of the past.
- All images are in the past. Why can’t I drop all that and live in the now?
- Is one aware that one has an image about another?
- If there is no image how does one respond? What then is relationship with another?

Duration: 90 minutes

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