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  • Why Is There Such Chaos in the World?

    Why Is There Such Chaos in the World?1 hour, 11 minutes

    Is the cause the eternal demand for personal security, separativeness, individuality?
    What has gone wrong with the human mind? Has knowledge been translated into concepts, into your belief and my belief? Psychologically is knowledge necessary at all?
    Is your brain the result of time?
    Is thought the cause of the spreading complex cruelty of man, his behaviour, his vanity?
    Meditation comes naturally, uninvited, when you have finished with all cause.


  • Action That Is Always Correct

    Action That Is Always Correct 1 hour, 4 minutes

    Is there an action which is incorruptible?
    If I am tied to a belief my action will be according to that belief and therefore limited and corrupt. The result is conflict.
    When one observes attachment and its consequence, is the observer different from what he observes?
    Can you have, without analysis, a perception, a seeing of the whole consequences and the causes of attachment instantly, immediately?


  • Breaking the Pattern of Conditioning

    Breaking the Pattern of Conditioning1 hour, 19 minutes

    Why has the brain with such immense capacity not solved its own problems? Can we see that as long as we are committed to something there must be corruption?
    As long as there is contradiction in ourselves, between action and the fact there is disorder.
    Can the mind live with, look, observe only the fact, without moving away? Can it observe without the translator, the thinker who says "I remember that, it has happened again"?
    If there are no opposites there is no violence.


  • The Relationship of Desire, Will, and Love

    The Relationship of Desire, Will, and Love1 hour, 21 minutes

    What relationship have desire, pleasure, will, and love? Is will the essence of desire?
    Can thought, which is also sensation, realize that, when it creates the image, conflict begins?
    Does fear exist because of time and thought? Moving away from "what is" is time.
    Is there an action which is complete, without regret, without looking back or forward, without any strain?


  • The Ending of Sorrow Brings Love and Compassion

    The Ending of Sorrow Brings Love and Compassion 1 hour, 18 minutes

    Does listening with complete attention break down the pattern of the brain?
    Why has mankind lived with sorrow and with fear, outwardly and inwardly, never free of it?
    Is sorrow the concentration of the isolating activities in life?
    Can the isolating process, the cause of this isolating movement, come to an end, not just at the moment of death?
    You end something painful easily, but will you end something which gives pleasure without projecting and accepting that projection?
    The image thought has built for years is consciousness.


  • Is There Anything Sacred in Life?

    Is There Anything Sacred in Life?1 hour, 21 minutes

    Why have human beings, since time beyond measure, lived according to symbols, images, and concepts? Does having an image give security?
    Is it possible for the mind and heart, and therefore the brain, the whole of consciousness to be radically changed?
    Where there is freedom from all authority, what is the state of your mind?
    Can the mind observe only when it is completely still? In meditation measurement must come to an end.


  • First Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980

    First Question and Answer in Saanen - 19801 hour, 18 minutes

    Q1: Without the operation of desire and will, how does one move in the direction of self-knowledge?
    Q2: Is not a ground of austerity, sensitivity, integrity, necessary before a total transformation can take place?
    Q3: How is one to know if they are speaking the truth?


  • Second Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980

    Second Question and Answer in Saanen - 19801 hour, 20 minutes

    1st Question: I am dissatisfied with everything. What you talk about makes me more discontented. What is wrong with what you are saying, or is something wrong with me?
    2nd Question: Must there be a Krishnamurti, the books and recordings to keep us alert? Why this gap between understanding and immediate action?
    3rd Question: When I go back shall I talk about your teachings, or since I am still a fragmented human being will I not produce more confusion and mischief?
    4th Question: What do you mean when you ask us to think together? Do you intend that everybody who listens to you should think with you at the same time? Don't you think this is acting as a guru, leading people to follow your ideas, thoughts and conclusions?
    5th Question: Why does sex play such an important part in each one's life and in the world?


  • Third Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980

    Third Question and Answer in Saanen - 19801 hour, 25 minutes


  • Fourth Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980

    Fourth Question and Answer in Saanen - 19801 hour, 25 minutes

    Q1: Is our sitting quietly every day to observe the movement of thought, by your definition, a practice, a method and therefore without value?
    Q2: I have a cancer. Should I try to let medicine save my life, or live with this illness and pain and accept the consequences?
    Q3: Is it possible to heal cancer?
    Q4: What is enlightenment?
    Q5: People talk of experiences beyond the senses. What are these experiences?
    Q6: What is the nature of the insight you speak about?


  • Fifth Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980

    Fifth Question and Answer in Saanen - 19801 hour, 37 minutes

    Q1: How do I educate my child to live a different life without society destroying him?
    Q2: Can you share something measureless to man, something that has great depth and beauty?
    Q3: Are there different levels of consciousness?
    Q4: Is it possible to empty the content of consciousness?
    Q5: What is our consciousness?
    Q6: Why is it that almost all human beings, apart from their talents and capacities, are mediocre?
    Q7: Attachment brings a human warmth; detachment a coldness. Something seems wrong in this approach. What do you say?
    Q8: Being uncertain we seek certainty through different channels, trusting them. Is there an absolute, irrevocable certainty?
    Q9: Are there different paths to truth?



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