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The importance of living a life that is whole, not fragmented

The importance of living a life that is whole, not fragmented

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K School Discussion 7 - Brockwood Park,England - 23 October 1977

What is the difference between concentration, awareness and attention?

What does it mean to have an insight into the nature of attention?

Can you watch yourself without any movement, any form of distortion, any like and dislike?

Is it possible not to register any psychological facts?

The Arab has an image, the Israeli has an image, so they are at battle with each other. War is the result of these images.

When you are attending, all your energy is there. When you are not paying attention the energy is dissipated, divided or broken down.

When a person gives all his energy in one direction, it is a neurotic way of living.

Is it possible to have a harmonious life in which there is no imbalance but every action complete in itself?

Note: a total of 55 minutes and 42 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: 74 minutes

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