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Four Public Meetings in Bombay (Mumbai), India, 1983

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Is it possible to live a life without a single problem?
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Four Public Talks in Bombay (Mumbai), India, 1983


Aproximate Duration: 5 hours 15 minutes
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. Why do we have problems at all?
22 January 1983

- What is a problem? Is it possible to live without a single problem?
- Is our brain educated to solve problems?
- Do we look at the vast movement of life from the narrow window of our own little self?
- Why has man created division?
- Is thought the cause of vast misery?
- What is thought? Is thought individual? Is it fragmentary and divisive by nature?
- Is there an end to thought? What is its origin and why has it become so important?
- What place has knowledge in life?

Duration: 77 minutes

2. Is it possible to live without a single problem?
23 January 1983

- What is the nature of conflict?
- Can one live without any comparison?
- Is the desire to become, which is comparison and measurement, one of the causes of conflict?
- How does one deal with fact? How do I observe the fact that I am violent?
- Is a good mind full of knowledge? Is a good mind a free, comprehensive, global mind?
- How is the brain to be quiet, not to chatter?
- Can one observe without any choice one’s greed, envy, ambition and arrogance?
- To understand relationship is the most important thing in life.
- What does love mean? With love the mind is in the heart.

Duration: 77 minutes

3. Is there time psychologically?
29 January 1983

- What has beauty to do with our daily life? Beauty and creation are outside time.
- Can greed evolve into non-greed?
- Can fear disappear through time or is time itself the root of fear?
- Is thought different from time? Does thought divide as time, evolution and becoming?
- A love without attachment and jealousy.
- Is sorrow different from the psychological wounds we receive?
- Can sorrow and fear ever end?
- Is the observer different from the observed?
- Where there is love there is no observer.

Duration: 77 minutes

4. A religious mind
30 January 1983

- What is going to happen to us when the computer can do almost everything that we can do?
- What is the relationship of life to love, death and the search for something beyond thought?
- Is there continuity or is there constant change?
- Are your name, form, ideas and conclusions the factor of continuity as the ‘me’?
- What are the implications of attachment?
- If one sees the truth that you are the rest of mankind then what is death and what is the nature of ending?
- Why do we constantly measure and compare? If we are free of measurement then what are we?
- Through systems and practice, do you become dull?
- Meditation is the understanding of the whole structure of the ‘me’.

Duration: 77 minutes


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