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Four Public Meetings in

Berkeley, USA, 1969

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Can thought be silent?
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Can thought be silent?

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Four Public Meetings in Berkeley, USA, 1969


Aproximate Duration: 5 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. Can the mind be free?
3 February 1969

- The society in which we live is the result of our psychological state.
- Where there is fear there is aggression.
- For most of us, freedom is something that we don’t want.
- Inaction is total action.
- What is the machinery that builds images?
Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 99 minutes

2. Thought sustains fear and pleasure
4 February 1969

- To understand relationship and to end the conflict in it is our entire problem.
- Can man live at peace, within himself and outwardly?
- In relationship one becomes aware of the actual state of oneself.
- The man that has no sense of fear of any kind is really a free man, a peaceful man.
- What is fear?
- Can thought be silent?
- Conduct becomes virtuous only when thought doesn’t cultivate what it considers virtue.
- How is it possible to look at the sunset without thought weaving pleasure or pain around it?
Questions from the audience followed the talk.

Duration: 67 minutes

3. Life, death and love
5 February 1969

- What is it that we call living?
- How can a confused mind find somebody who will tell the truth?
- When there is no comparison, no opposite, you are actually faced with the fact of anger, then is there anger?
- Without knowing what sorrow is, understanding its nature and structure, we shall not know what love is.
- What is it to die?
- One is never afraid of the unknown; one is afraid of the known coming to an end.
- It is only the mind that has shed all its burdens every day, ended every problem, that is an innocent mind. Then life has a different meaning altogether. Then one can find out what love is.

Duration: 69 minutes

4. True revolution
6 February 1969

- What is a religious mind?
- Must one go to an expert to tell us what the unconscious is or can one find it for oneself?
- Through the negation of disorder, order comes into being.
- It is only the meditative mind that can find out, not the curious mind or the mind that is everlastingly searching.
- To meditate implies to see very clearly. It is not possible to see clearly when there is space between the observer and the thing observed.
- It is only in silence that there is quite a different dimension. You have to find out for yourself; nobody can open the door for you.

Duration: 67 minutes


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