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Can the mind, without any pressure or motive, transform itself?

Can the mind, without any pressure or motive, transform itself?

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How can a human being bring about a radical change, not only in himself but outside?

Seminar 1 - Madras (Chennai),India - 26 December 1979

What is the source of this general human disintegration?

Is the cultural crisis economic, political, religious, social, or is it at much greater depth, in the very consciousness of man himself?

Who created this society in which we all live – deplorable, ugly, cruel, brutal, aggressive and competitive?

Are we the result of million years of human experience, which we have translated as the individual?

Is it possible for human beings to bring about a mutation in their very consciousness?

Every human being suffers.

What am I to do to change myself?

In relation to the society and culture in which I have been brought up, what am I, as a human being to do?

What is action?

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As a human being caught in the structure of society what is right action?

Seminar 2 - Madras (Chennai),India - 26 December 1979

Is it possible to bring about a deep psychological revolution?

Human beings in their interrelationship have created this society. Can that interrelationship be transformed?

Can thought be transformed?

Who are the people who are going to change the system?

As a human being, caught in this structure, capitalist or socialist, what is my right action?

Our minds are conditioned to evolution. Is there a different approach to this problem?

We think together when there is a tremendous crisis such as war. That is thinking about. Let us think together, not about something.

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Can you give all your energy to understanding the image-making machinery?

Seminar 3 - Madras (Chennai),India - 27 December 1979

Can the brain in itself undergo a fundamental revolution?

Can I look at my wife or husband without the burden of knowledge?

Can the mind, without any pressure or motive, transform itself?

How do you observe? As an outsider observing?

We are wasting energy in conflict, struggle and opinions.

When energy is not wasted as the observer and the observed, that energy explodes any issue.

Up to now my wife and I are two different entities; the exploiter and the exploited are two different entities; the government and I; war and I. This division is most destructive.

Where there is division there must be conflict. Who creates this division?

When there is the realization that the image-maker is himself the image, if you bring your complete attention to that, the image-making ends.

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Can a human problem be resolved instantly?

Seminar 4 - Madras (Chennai),India - 27 December 1979

Is it possible to bring about a deep change in the mind?

What is the manner of change taking place?

What is the quality of mind that says, ‘I really don’t know’?

When there is complete understanding of oneself there is no problem-maker.

Can a problem be solved immediately, not allowing time?

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