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Can the brain be aware of its movement of accumulation?

Can the brain be aware of its movement of accumulation?

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K School Discussion 8 - Brockwood Park,England - 30 October 1977

One cannot observe order in the universe if one is not completely, absolutely orderly.

Your consciousness is filled with layer after layer of pleasure, fear, pain and sorrow.

Why does the brain demand registration? Why has the brain become like a tape?

When there is pressure there is deformation or damage. When the brain is damaged or deformed, your actions are deformed.

What happens to a brain when there is no pressure of any kind?

The brain has been caught in illusion and so has damaged itself. Is it possible for the brain to be free of this? It can, it must, when it sees the danger of it.

Can thought be aware of itself, how it arises?

If there is no pressure of any kind the brain comes back to its original purity because it sees the tremendous futility of accumulation.

Note: a total of 21 seconds of missing video is replaced by audio only.

Series title: What happens to the brain that is completely free from all pressure?

Video Duration: 85 minutes

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