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Twelve Public Meetings in Saanen, Switzerland, 1975

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Is it possible for the stream of selfishness to end? - Volume 1
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Twelve Public Meetings - Volume 1 in Saanen, Switzerland, 1975


Aproximate Duration: 8 hours 45 minutes
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Seven Public Talks

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1. Reality and truth
13 July 1975

- What will resolve our problems fundamentally if thought cannot?
- Are you aware of the movement of thought as time, measure, the real and the unreal?
- What is my relationship to actuality?
- Is there a division between me and the thing which I observe? Is thought different from the observer or is the observer thought?
- Can thought be without measurement?
- Knowing the realities of the irrationality and rationality of thought, one asks if there is something beyond it.

Duration: 81 minutes

2. Can love exist in the field of reality?
15 July 1975

- What is the rational and irrational reality that thought has brought about which confuses man and distorts activity?
- Does belief prevent clarity of perception?
- What value has a human being who thinks correctly in the field of reality, in the face of this monstrous confusion?
- What is order in the world of reality?
- Without analysis can I see the whole structure of suffering, fear and the pursuit of pleasure?
- Is suffering an act of love?
- Can thought bring about in the field of reality a sense of complete compassion?

Duration: 80 minutes

3. Is there suffering when there is no attachment?
17 July 1975

- What is freedom in the field of reality, between two human beings who love each other?
- Does emptiness make man cling to something? Is that attachment love?
- In the field of reality there is confusion when there is attachment. What is the relationship between two human beings with no attachment?
- Where there is no attachment in relationship there is total responsibility for the whole of mankind. This may be called love.
- If your suffering has ended how does it affect the suffering of humanity?

Duration: 81 minutes

4. Time, action and fear
20 July 1975

- Our consciousness is its content. Is that consciousness within the area of time?
- Is the mind to unravel deeply hidden fears through dreams?
- How does one see the whole of fear, the whole of the ‘me’, constructed, isolated, fragmented by thought?
- Can the mind be free from the desire to control in order to see or listen totally?
- Does fear arise from the mind not having total psychological security?
- If you are nothing psychologically and so are completely secure, you will affect me who is uncertain, lonely, despairing and attached.

Duration: 75 minutes

5. Freedom, pleasure and joy
22 July 1975

- If I want to be free from something, it is a reaction which cultivates the opposite.
- Does orderly action in the field of reality bring the intelligence to perceive?
- Is beauty within the world of reality?
- Beauty is both an outward expression and an inward feeling of extraordinary relationship which is there with the complete cessation of the ‘me’.
- Is a creative mind one that is whole, not contradictory in action, self-centred or caught in thought as time?
- Are joy, love and intelligence related to pleasure?
- Is love to be hunted by thought?

Duration: 65 minutes

6. Can one living in the world of reality end selfishness?
24 July 1975

- Both at the conscious and at the deeper levels can time totally come to an end?
- Can thought stop but not consciously or through the action of will?
- Death is not separate but a part of living. Is death the ending of all that one has experienced?
- When there is suffering is there a ‘you’ or a ‘me’ or is there only suffering?
- If there is no naming of suffering as belonging to me then what is the individual?
- When one is whole, healthy, sane, rational, holy, does the movement of the stream of time and suffering end?
- Out of suffering comes compassion, when not identified as ‘me’.
- When you change deeply it affects the whole consciousness of mankind.

Duration: 73 minutes

7. The quality of energy which comes about through meditation
27 July 1975

- Is there another kind of energy than thought to solve the complex problems of human existence?
- Order is the total comprehension of the activity of thought. Can this energy uncover something that is sacred?
- What place has will in meditation?
- In meditation, when the mind is totally quiet and therefore compassionate, is there something sacred?
- What is the quality of energy that comes through meditation?
- Is there a mystery thought cannot touch?

Duration: 66 minutes

Is it possible for the stream of selfishness to end? - Volume 2
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Twelve Public Meetings - Volume 2 in Saanen, Switzerland, 1975


Aproximate Duration: 6 hours 45 minutes
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Five Public Discussions

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8. Stepping out of the stream of selfishness
30 July 1975

- Q: How can one step out of the stream of selfishness?
- Are we aware of the stream of selfishness in which we live our daily life?
- Our response to life is according to our conditioning. We are looking with the knowledge of the past.
- We are caught in the superficiality of words. If you are aware, words are necessary to communicate but the words don’t block you.
- Human beings live in the stream of everlasting suffering. Whatever you do with regard to the stream is still within the stream.
- If the brain cells have shaken themselves free from tradition how does the brain act in the world of reality?

Duration: 88 minutes

9. Thought and the centre
31 July 1975

- Q: How is the mind to see the totality of anything?
- Can thought see the whole movement of existence including thought itself, what it has put together, its gods, hell, heaven and misery?
- There is a centre in me and you trying to unify. Are you aware that thought has created this centre?
- Thought being fragmentary cannot perceive the whole.
- Is there a perception that can see the whole? To learn about this implies leisure.
- To perceive there must be space. There can be space only when there is no image, symbol, word or movement of thought.

Duration: 77 minutes

10. What is the relationship between truth and reality?
1 August 1975

- Q: Is there such a thing as truth?
- Is truth within or outside reality? If it is outside, what is the relationship between that and reality?
- We live outwardly and inwardly in the field of reality, which is fragmentary and divisive.
- One of the symptoms of division is the centre trying to control thought and desire.
- Conflict is one of the principles of reality, conflict between the centre which thought has created and thought itself
- Is it possible to live in the world of reality without control?
- Can there be no interference of thought but only observation and sensation?
- Only when there is a total comprehension of the movement of thought as time and measure can we begin to inquire into truth.
- Q: What is the function of a teacher?

Duration: 84 minutes

11. Responsibility and meditation
2 August 1975

- Q: Do you feel responsibility for what is happening in the world?
- What is our responsibility to our children, neighbours and to all the things that are happening in the world?
- Who is responsible for making this mess in the world and what is the action of that responsibility?
- Do you attribute the chaos in the world to environment, society, priests and politicians? Who brought these into being?
- Do you feel utterly responsible?
- Meditation is the understanding of the whole structure and nature of thought.
- Is it possible for a mind that has evolved for centuries to instantly transform itself radically?
- It is the responsibility of the parents and teachers to see that transformation takes place in the child.

Duration: 79 minutes

12. Space, love and compassion
3 August 1975

- Thought has created the centre and the centre thinks it is free of thought.
- The centre creates a space for itself, of me and the family, me and the nation, and within that limited space I live.
- If you listen to music without any association then music itself creates a great space.
- There must be space inwardly. It comes about naturally when there is the complete observation of seeing the whole.
- Does responsibility come into being only when there is compassion?
- When there is vast space there is compassion.
- Compassion comes when you understand the whole meaning of suffering.
- It is only the compassionate mind that can meditate and find that which is eternally sacred.

Duration: 70 minutes


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