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How do you observe a fact? (MP3 Disc)

How do you observe a fact? (MP3 Disc)

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Change without analysis

22 May 1971

To inquire sanely, rationally demands a free mind.
How is a human mind which has been so heavily conditioned to change at all?
Can a human being live without any kind of authority and not become chaotic, confused?
In analysis there is never complete action.
So can you observe yourself, your conditioning, without the image about that conditioning?
We are asking whether it is possible not to dream at all.
Q: Images – Change – Naming - Drugs


Can one end sorrow?

23 May 1971

What is relationship?
What is thinking?
Thought sustains an incident, a happening, as pleasure, and thought also sustains and gives a continuity to fear.
How do you observe a fact?
Q: The observer and the observed – Seeing the mechanical habits of the mind – East and West meet - Why are we fragmented? - Division


I cannot assume anything about myself

24 May 1971

How is one to have total order in oneself?
How do I learn about myself?
Control exists only when there is the action of will, positively or negatively. Will is resistance. When the mind is learning, there is no resistance.
Why has a human being given such significance to sex?
Q: How can we know ourselves completely when part of us is hidden in the subconscious?


What is the meaning of religion?

25 May 1971

What is meditation?
Q: Yoga – Gurus - Zen Buddhism – Comparison.


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