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Four Public Meetings in Bombay (Mumbai), India, 1971

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To learn about oneself one has to learn anew each minute
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To learn about oneself one has to learn anew each minute

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Four Public Talks, in Bombay (Mumbai), India, 1971


Aproximate Duration: 5 hours 45 minutes
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. To perceive ‘what is’ is the basis of truth
7 February 1971

- Where there is division there must be conflict. A mind in conflict must inevitably be distorted and therefore it cannot possibly see clearly what is truth.
- We need a total change, a deep revolution, psychological revolution, the inward revolution, without which you cannot possibly create a new society.
- Is it possible to observe, to perceive without the observer?
- How are images formed? Can the image-building come to an end?
- Knowledge is absolutely necessary. Is it possible that knowledge, which the brain has accumulated through centuries, does not interfere with relationship?

Duration: 86 minutes

2. Direct perception is freedom
10 February 1971

- Can the mind living in this world ever be free, not only superficially but profoundly, at the very root of its existence?
- ‘Freedom from’ is an abstraction, but freedom in observing ‘what is’ and going beyond it is actual freedom.
- How do I observe greed? Do I observe it as an outsider looking in or do I observe it without the observer?
- Without the mind being free you cannot live in order.
- Q: Three years have passed; I have no energy to be aware of my reactions.
- Q: Can we seek God through observation?

Duration: 80 minutes

3. Love is that quality of mind in which there is no division
14 February 1971

- To live in this world with intelligence, in spite of all the complications.
- Is it possible to be free of fear, not only the superficial fear in relationship but the deep-rooted fear?
- Thought nourishes, sustains and gives continuity to fear and pleasure.
- When you are learning, your mind is awake.
- Truth isn’t second-hand; you can’t get it through a guru, a book, you have to learn about it. The beauty of learning is that you don’t know what truth is.
- What is love?
- A man who has not love in his heart, but the things made by thought, will make a monstrous world, will construct a society that is totally immoral. To find out, you must undo everything that you have done.
- What does it mean to die?

Duration: 89 minutes

4. A mind in meditation is concerned only with meditation, not with the meditator
17 February 1971

- If you can put aside your favourite systems, if you can understand that concentration is merely a resistance and therefore constant conflict and wastage of energy, then we can find out for ourselves what is necessary for a mind that is in a state of meditation.
- To learn about oneself, a living thing, you have to watch, learn anew each minute.
- What is will?
- Consciousness is heritage, the result of time. Consciousness is the content of itself, which is time, sorrow, confusion, misery. Intelligence has no heritage.
- What is a mind that is completely silent?
- Q: How does one cope with the extraordinary energy that human beings have?

Duration: 87 minutes

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