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Twelve Public Meetings in Saanen, Switzerland, 1974

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Is there a movement other than the movement of thought? - Volume 1
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Is there a movement other than the movement of thought? - Volume 1

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Price: £14.00 / €17.27 (Including VAT at 20%)

Twelve Public Meetings - Volume 1 in Saanen, Switzerland, 1974


Aproximate Duration: 10 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Seven Public Talks

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1. What is the operation of thought?
14 July 1974

- In the world around us and inside us, is there a relationship between the inner and the outer?
- Are you free to listen or do you listen with interpretation and prejudices?
- Do I observe the content of my consciousness as an outsider? Can one observe the content without choice?
- If you look with eyes that are divided is there not conflict between you and another?
- Is division between the observer and the observed?
- Is it intelligent for thought to create and maintain division while talking about peace?
- Is there an intelligence which is not cunning and is not the function or result of thought?
Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 84 minutes

2. Is there energy not based on idea or ideology?
16 July 1974

- Why is thought divisive?
- The desire to change in a particular direction gives an energy that is divisive.
- Will you free the mind taking time, through analysis, or can you look totally and therefore be totally free?
- Does choiceless rejection of the false give a different kind of energy?
- Does a foundation give me direction or does it bring confusion?
- Is the operation of intelligence insight?
Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 84 minutes

3. Can thought bring order?
18 July 1974

- Are thoughts, feelings, reactions and relationships merely mechanical? Is there any other movement?
- Where there is a cause there is time and so living becomes relative.
- Is my relationship with another based on opinions, memories, demands and sexual appetites?
- Is there a way of living which has no cause?
- Do I actually see disorder or only its description?
- Is it only when the ‘me’ is non-existent that I am related?
- What takes place when the mind has order and a sense of total relationship?
- Can the mind be free of the word to look and discover its disorder?
- Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 87 minutes

4. Can the mind not be a slave to knowledge?
21 July 1974

- When consciousness invents a super-consciousness is it a part of thought aware of the past?
- Is there a part of the brain which has not been touched by the known?
- Is it our education to escape from ‘what is’ through ideals?
- Has the mind been trained to operate and function in the field of the known?
- Observing the movement of thought and its source, can one come upon some thing beyond thought?
- Is time required to see the reality and non-reality of knowledge?
Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 93 minutes

5. Wisdom comes through the understanding of suffering
23 July 1974

- Do we respond to the whole field of existence? Must not there be love to do that?
- To love, to be responsible for the whole, one must go beyond suffering.
- Can we know the nature, structure and function of suffering?
- Is isolation one of the major causes of suffering?
- Is attachment, which denies freedom, a cause of suffering?
- In the love of the whole the particular comes in, but not the other way around.
- Can we be sensitive to beauty if we are psychologically hurt?
- Can the mind be aware of hurt and not react at the conscious or unconscious level?
Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 86 minutes

6. Are you seeking security in a concept?
25 July 1974

- Love and compassion is denied totally when you seek security in neurotic concepts.
- Is there permanent security in relationship?
- The mind is sane, healthy, whole and acts totally when it realizes there is nothing permanent.
- What is the relationship of time to thought? Does the mind need time to transform itself?
- What is your relationship to death? Is it romantic or is it a total relationship?
- Knowing nothing about an unconditioned mind, can you look at conditioning without the movement of its opposite?
Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 80 minutes

7. Meditation is to discover an area in which there is no movement of thought
28 July 1974

- Has the world and its thought-based activity bred fear?
- Can hidden fears and subtle forms of pleasure be exposed through analysis?
- What is a mind to do when it sees the falseness of analysis and introspective examination?
- Is the controller different in nature from what he says he is going to control?
- Can the mind empty itself of time, direction and movement, which is the ending of thought?
- What place has knowledge in meditation?
- Can thought and meditation live together harmoniously in daily action?
- Is the speaker teaching you higher knowledge? All the speaker is saying is: watch yourself.
Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 84 minutes

Is there a movement other than the movement of thought? - Volume 2
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Is there a movement other than the movement of thought? - Volume 2

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Price: £10.00 / €12.33 (Including VAT at 20%)

Twelve Public Meetings - Volume 2 in Saanen, Switzerland, 1974


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


Content:

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Five Public Discussions

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8. Thought is not the instrument of change
31 July 1974

- Q: How is thought to end completely?
- All cultures have given importance to thought.
- Is there another instrument besides thought?
- Can thought be silent when the mind is observing?
- My concern is to observe and this is prevented when there is any movement or flutter of thought.
- Attention is given totally and thought does not enter into it. Can I look without thought?
- Observe the world, nature, everything, including your own desires without a single movement of thought.

Duration: 119 minutes

9. Why is the mind attached?
1 August 1974

- Q: Why is it so difficult to be free from attachment?
- Why is the mind attached to an ideal, a nationality, a person, experience, opinions and gods?
- Why does the mind cripple itself with attachments?
- Is attachment a living thing that is going on or is it a remembrance of the past?
- If attachment is a continuation of the past, what is relationship between two people?
- Tomorrow is what has been yesterday, modified. You are living in the past and there is conflict with the present.
- To end conflict at the very roots of your being, to realize there is no tomorrow, your whole action changes.
- Every day is an ending of everything.

Duration: 89 minutes

10. What is our responsibility?
2 August 1974

- Q: How do I put the feeling of responsibility into action?
- We approach a problem from the outer to the inner and the inner to the outer. It is an endless ebb and flow.
- Who has created the division, this structure as the outer and the inner? We are educated in that and are caught in it.
- Division takes place when there is an image in the mind. Responsibility is to free yourself of images absolutely.
- When you feel responsibility, the flame of it will burn the image.
- Seeing the world as it is and ourselves as we are, responsibility begins to awaken.

Duration: 93 minutes

11. What is the relationship between attention and lack of attention?
3 August 1974

- We are educated to follow, accept and conform. This is tradition, second-hand.
- When you become aware of conformity without reaction is that awareness the act of intelligence?
- Does the mind realize the nature of conformity, intelligence and awareness?
- I am attentive for a minute and there is no border, no time, no ‘me’, no problem. The whole energy is involved in that attention. This is a tremendous movement.
- Attending, I can do things without effort and thought.
- The mind gets tired and moves to inattention. In that state of inattention action goes on and must be conditioning.
- There is attention the moment the mind is aware that it is inattentive.

Duration: 100 minutes

12. What is a chaste mind?
4 August 1974

- The word ‘chaste’ means pure, clean, untouched.
- Have we a chaste mind, a mind that has not been hurt, has no image, is free from the pleasure of yesterday and is innocent?
- Is chastity a quality of the mind?
- Can the mind be free of the word, symbols and the condemnation and approval of the word?
- What is the nature of the mind when there is no attempt through will or desire for any way out through the known?
- If you are really serious, not just with words but burning with responsibility, then you ask whether the mind can ever be free from the known.

Duration: 95 minutes


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