Sixth Seminar Meeting at Brockwood Park
Monday, September 18, 1978
- Q: Is it possible to be a light to oneself, not dependent on anybody?
- Can we remain with the fact, without any deviation, without any interference of the accumulated memories of the past, to observe what is taking place without thought acting as a barrier?
- Is it possible to be completely, totally free from all influence, from all propaganda, tradition, superstition, every form of influence, both external and inward?
- Face the fact that dependence means pain. Look at it.
- There must be freedom from the known. The known is the memory, the past. To be a light to oneself, the past with all its tradition must totally vanish. What has been registered on the brain must end and no present or future registration take place.
Series: How can one be a light to oneself if there is any kind of dependence?