Brockwood Park, UK, 1972
Duration: 90 Minutes
Q: Thought is a material process. What is the relationship between that and intelligence?
Thought is mechanical, measurable, a movement in time. Is intelligence mechanical, in time?
Does intelligence use thought?
Thought is a pointer. Without intelligence the pointer has no value.
Politically, religiously and psychologically thought has created a world of tremendous contradiction and fragmentation.
Can life be guided by intelligence and lived in harmony? The desire for intelligence has created the image of God.
Thought must be completely still for the awakening of intelligence. You come upon it when you see the whole.
The quality of a mind that sees the whole is not touched by thought. Therefore there is perception and insight.