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Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park, UK, 1971

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Meditation is the total release of energy
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Meditation is the total release of energy

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

Six Public Meetings in Brockwood Park, UK, 1971


Aproximate Duration: 8 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. Being free of the deepest conditioning
4 September 1971

- Can man ever be free, not only of the superficial conditioning of a particular culture, but also of the much deeper conditioning, of which most of us are unconscious?
- The demand for psychological security is much deeper than the demand for physiological security.
- How is thought to function beautifully, efficiently, healthily and not create division between people?
- Is there a field which is not measurable by thought?
- There must be a learning of observation in which thought doesn’t interfere at all.
- How am I to be aware of the unconscious, hidden images?
- Can there be silence from which thought can operate?

Duration: 85 minutes

2. Action without the authority of the image
5 September 1971

- Can we have a relationship, and therefore co-operation, without the authority of the image?
- How am I consciously to examine all the images which lie hidden in the recesses of my mind?
- Q: If the mind is in a state of disorder, what can it do?
- When there is no observer in attention there is no image-forming at all.

Duration: 70 minutes

3. What is the relationship between the pursuit of pleasure and love?
11 September 1971

- Why does pleasure play such an important part in our lives?
- When there is the quality of deep, passionate freedom, then sex has its own place. Then what is chastity?
- The word ‘innocence’ means a mind that does not hurt or receive hurts, but yet is totally vulnerable. Such a mind is a chaste mind.
- What is love?
- Death, love and living are interrelated.
- The content of consciousness is consciousness. Without the content is there consciousness?

Duration: 76 minutes

4. Meditation is the total release of energy
12 September 1971

- How is one to have the quality of energy which is without friction?
- When you practise a method in order to achieve enlightenment, bliss, a quiet mind or a state of tranquillity, it obviously makes the mind mechanical.
- Q: What do you mean by observing greed without naming it as greed? Is it the same as observing the action of the past without naming it?
- How is one to observe the whole content of consciousness, the obvious and the hidden, the superficial and the profound, in one look?
- Meditation is putting aside altogether everything that man has conceived of himself and the world.
- Q: What is intuition?
- Q: When one is aware of one’s sexual appetites they seem to disappear. Can that awareness, attention, be maintained all the time?
- Q: Can we be aware of what goes on when we are asleep?

Duration: 93 minutes

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Two Public Discussions

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5. Can I live a harmonious life?
7 September 1971

- Q: What is the difference between analysis and examination of one’s immediate reactions?
- Q: I am full of fears, deep-rooted uncertainties - how am I to be completely free of them?
- When I analyse myself and my reactions or behaviour, there is the act and the actor. There is a division between the two and that creates conflict between ‘what is’ and ‘what should be’.
- At the moment of actual fear there is no division.
- How is it possible to look at life non-fragmentarily?
- What takes place when I say I am not looking for an answer, I am not expecting a thing? What goes on in the mind?
- To find out what death is, I must have energy.
- Can I live without fear?

Duration: 82 minutes

6. Can habit end without decision or choice?
9 September 1971

- Q: Is there such a thing as decision?
- Does choice exist when I see something very clearly?
- How do I end a habit without resistance, without saying, ‘I must not, I must control, I must resist?’
- If I give attention to a little problem I am wasting energy. I must find a greater energy which will dissolve the little problem.
- Resistance implies not only division but conflict.

Duration: 76 minutes


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