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Twelve Public Meetings in

London, UK, 1961

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The mind must be totally empty to see something new - Volume 1
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Volume 1 of Twelve Public Meetings in London, UK, 1961


Aproximate Duration: 8 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Six Public Talks

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1. What is the mind?
2 May 1961

- What is the mind? How do you observe? From what centre do you observe?
- Do I see the totality of the mind?BR> - Experience is always in terms of what is known.
- Q: Will understanding come through self-awareness?
- Do you see that a mind which is a slave to words is incapable of looking, observing, feeling, seeing?

Duration: 80 minutes

2. What is thinking?
4 May 1961

- Most of us live in a state of self-contradiction, not only collectively but individually. From this contradiction there is conflict.
- Q: Is thinking entirely the result of conditioning?
- The totality of consciousness is conditioned. Any response from the unconscious is not a liberating influence or a liberating factor.
- Is it possible for an action to take place which is not within the field of consciousness or of limitation and conditioning?
- Can the conscious mind investigate something which it does not know?
- Q: Can we become completely free beings?

Duration: 81 minutes

3. Can the mind experience without leaving a residue as memory?
7 May 1961

- Can the mind understand the nature of conflict and come out of it renewed, fresh, young and innocent?
- Everything we do is action: every movement of thought, every gesture, every idea, every wave of the mind. Every action breeds a reaction, and from that reaction another action tales place. So our action is reaction.
- Each experience leaves its residue as memory, a scar. So memory is the problem, not desire or resistance.

(Due to a technical fault, the last 15 minutes of this talk was not recorded)

Duration: 64 minutes

4. Why has the mind to be occupied?
9 May 1961

- Why is there the compulsive urge to commit oneself to an idea, a group, a certain way of thinking, to the course of a particular action?
- Is it possible for the mind to stand completely alone?
- Have we ever lived with something without resistance?

Duration: 82 minutes

5. Can the mind free itself from fear?
11 May 1961

- What does inquiry imply?
- The so-called positive approach is essentially a prolongation of fear

(Due to a technical fault, the last 30 minutes of this talk was not recorded)

Duration: 44 minutes

6. Can the mind wipe away entirely the conditioning of centuries?
14 May 1961

- Can the mind understand the limitations of imitation and conforming to a pattern?
- Attention is not concentration.BR> - In the very act of listening there is a revolution, a fundamental transformation.
- A mind that sees the truth of something false or true is perceiving immediately, without any conflict, cause or after-results.
- Q: How does one know whether one is seeing the whole volume or only a page?
- What is the state of the mind that sees the whole?

Duration: 74 minutes


The mind must be totally empty to see something new - Volume 2
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The mind must be totally empty to see something new - Volume 2

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Volume 2 of Twelve Public Meetings in London, UK, 1961


Aproximate Duration: 7 hours
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Six Public Talks

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7. What significance has desire?
16 May 1961

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Duration: 00 minutes

8. Can the mind be free from conflict?
18 May 1961

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Duration: 00 minutes

9. Time and death
21 May 1961

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Duration: 00 minutes

10. What is the quality of the mind that is capable of meditation?
23 May 1961

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Duration: 00 minutes

11. The truly religious mind is not a slave to time
25 May 1961

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Duration: 00 minutes

12. How is one to understand the totality of suffering?
28 May 1961

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Duration: 00 minutes


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