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Six Public Meetings in

Brockwood Park, UK, 1981

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Our consciousness is the common ground on which all humanity stands
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Our consciousness is the common ground on which all humanity stands

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Six Public Meetings in Brockwood Park, UK, 1981


Aproximate Duration: 8 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Four Public Talks

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1. Thought and the problems of our world
29 August 1981

- The politicians are thinking in terms of tribalism. They have not the global outlook or the concern for the whole of humanity.
- What we suffer, what we go through in daily life, our quarrels, our disenchantment, all our troubles, religious, psychological, political, is the concern of all human beings.
- How will you find out a totally different approach which is not contaminated by thought, because one realises thought is utterly limited?
- The computer is taking over all our thinking.
- To understand the psychological structure of man there needs be no direction.
- Is there a deeper cause which brings about the terrible division between human beings?

Duration: 68 minutes

2. Looking at the whole content of consciousness
30 August 1981

- There is nothing sacred about thought, yet what thought has invented, thought assumes is sacred and then begins to worship it as being sacred. So thought is worshipping itself.
- Can we look at ourselves freely, actually what is going on, without any motive, distortion or direction?
- Is relationship merely sensory, sexual? Is it merely a companionship or is it much deeper?
- The deep cause of division is thinking that each one is separate.
- What is the root of fear?
- Is love the awakening of the whole of the brain?

Duration: 72 minutes

3. Knowledge, sorrow, death, and to be free of the content of consciousness
5 September 1981

- Any action born of knowledge must be incomplete, and from that incompleteness all our problems arise.
- The very word ‘sorrow’ colours the fact of sorrow, the pain of it.
- I have collected so much this life, so many pictures, furniture, land. I have cultivated my brain through education, through study, through experience and travelled a great deal. If I die, what is the point of it all?
- If you let the whole content be wiped away by insight you have contributed to consciousness an enormous amount. You have brought a totally new dimension into consciousness. And what you have brought is so colossally important because you have brought real freedom from sorrow to man.

Duration: 77 minutes

4. What is meditation?
6 September 1981

- What is meditation?
- Is it possible to have a brain that only records that which is absolutely necessary and not record anything else?
- There is no exercise of will at all in meditation.
- There is a silence which is entirely different, the silence of a brain that has no movement of thought. In that silence alone there can be that which is sacred.
- The meaning of meditation is to gather all our energy which is now being dissipated, so that our consciousness is totally empty of its content. Where there is this emptiness and space, there is vast energy. That energy is sacred.

Duration: 68 minutes

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Two Question & Answer Meetings

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5. Question & Answer Meeting 1
1 September 1981

- Q1: You have often said that no one can show the way to truth, yet your schools are said to help their members to understand themselves. Is this not a contradiction?
- Q2: What is it in the human mind that wants to follow a leader, a guru, a system, a belief, be obedient to something?
- Q3: How can I penetrate the problem of pain without it becoming theoretical?

Duration: 83 minutes

6. Question & Answer Meeting 2
3 September 1981

- Q1: We find ourselves living in fear of war, of losing a job, of violence, of being at the mercy of inept politicians. How do we meet life as it is today?
- Q2: Is man’s search for something truly religious simply an extension of his eternal acquisitiveness, selfishness, or is it something entirely different?
- Q3: What is right action that will meet everything in our lives?
- Q4: What is the right relationship to money?
- Q5: Liberating insight has been the unique achievement of individuals like the Buddha and the Christ, and perhaps yourself. How can it be a matter of the whole of humanity?

Duration: 87 minutes


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