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4th Conversation with Dr. Allan W. Anderson, San Diego, California, 19 February 1974

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Public Meetings in Madras (Chennai), India, 1982-83

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Why has man become what he is?
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Complete set of 5 DVDs containing 4 Public Talks and 1 Question & Answer Meeting in Madras (Chennai), India, 1982-83.


1st Question & Answer Meeting is available on audio only

Audio: English


What instrument will solve human problems?
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1st Public Talk in Madras (Chennai), India, 25 December 1982

Series: Why has man become what he is?
1st Question & Answer Meeting is available on audio only

Audio: English

How can you investigate into yourself, your consciousness?

If thought is not the instrument to solve human problems, what is?

With what intention do we listen?

To examine anything we need a free mind.

What is happening in our daily life and to the rest of the world? Has each of us contributed to the chaos?

Has thought been responsible for conflict?

Is there outward order without inward order?

Is thought, the outcome of knowledge, limited?

Can the brain have extraordinary capacity outwardly and inwardly?

Duration: 70 minutes.
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The mirror of relationship
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The mirror of relationship

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2nd Public Talk in Madras (Chennai), India, 26 December 1982

Series: Why has man become what he is?
1st Question & Answer Meeting is available on audio only

Audio: English

What actually is relationship in daily life?

Why do we have such a need for attachment?

What are the implications of attachment? Is attachment love?

Can we live without any image in relationship?

How do you observe what you are in the mirror of relationship?

What does it mean to look? Can you look at something without the word?

Is movement from ‘what is’ to ‘what should be’ one of the causes of conflict?

Is duality one of the causes of conflict?

Is your consciousness separate from you, or is what you observe what you are?

Duration: 66 minutes.
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Psychological time is the cause of conflict
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3rd Public Talk in Madras (Chennai), India, 1 January 1983

Series: Why has man become what he is?
1st Question & Answer Meeting is available on audio only

Audio: English

Is there a stop to time?

Is there psychological time at all?

Is time necessary for a radical change? Does enlightenment require time?

Is the division as ‘me’ becoming something, the process of time?

How do you look at violence? Can you look at it without the word?

Religions have said to suppress desire. What is desire, whose nature is never content?

Can there be an interval between sensation and thought creating an image of it?

What is the root of fear? Is it time and thought?

Can the sorrow of man ever end?

Duration: 58 minutes.
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Remaining with the challenge of sorrow
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4th Public Talk in Madras (Chennai), India, 2 January 1983

Series: Why has man become what he is?
1st Question & Answer Meeting is available on audio only

Audio: English

Can sorrow be approached holistically?

Have you ever ended something without a motive?

What are love, compassion and intelligence?

Desire is a wandering movement. Is love wandering, unstable, weak or is it as strong, vital as death?

Is love the highest expression of compassion?

Can you be free of attachment now, not at the last moment when death is there?

What is death and who is it that dies?

What is this vast movement of life which has no beginning and no end?

Is the ‘me’ experience put together by thought holding on to the travail of life?

In meditation there is no effort or system. Meditation is awareness in daily life.

What is religion?

Duration: 58 minutes.
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2nd Question and Answer Meeting
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2nd Question and Answer Meeting in Madras (Chennai), India, 30 December 1982

Series: Why has man become what he is?
1st Question & Answer Meeting is available on audio only

Audio: English

1st Question: The Indian mind for centuries has probed into the nature of the self and cosmos, but is now materialistic. What has happened to the ancient wisdom of the mind?

2nd Question: The body ages, but is the ageing of the mind inevitable?

3rd Question: Can thought be separated from sensory perceptions?

Duration: 70 minutes.
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