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Can the brain free itself from all self-delusion?   

Saturday, October 11, 1975

  • Twelfth Conversation with David Bohm
  • Thought and the brain
  • Can the brain free itself from all self-delusion?
  • Why has the self become important?
  • Can there be only sensation, thought, and no desire?
  • Can desire - which brings illusion, self-deception and all the complications of changing desires - can the root of desire be dissipated?
  • What prevents one from having a real insight? That is, seeing the truth of desire and therefore end it. Is it that we have never asked this question?
  • When there is is no desire whatsoever then there is a totla revolutio, and that will affect the consciouness of man
  • Is there a movement, an action that keeps the brain pure, uncontaminated?

Series: Truth and Actuality

Second Question and Answer in Ojai - 1949 Second Question and Answer in Ojai - 1949
Fourth Conversation with Young People in Amsterdam 1969 Fourth Conversation with Young People in Amsterdam 1969
The relationship of time and thought to fear The relationship of time and thought to fear
Observe and Listen Together Observe and Listen Together
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