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The Core of the Teachings
Truth is a pathless land
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Beauty beyond feeling
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An action that is not the outcome of thought
Is There Such a Thing as Love?
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Can the brain transform itself?
Second Public Talk at Brockwood Park
Sunday, August 31,
Can the brain change itself completely?
Doubt purges the mind.
Desire has significance and vitality only when thought creates the image.
Insight can only take place when knowledge has come to an end and there is merely pure observation, without any direction.
Is it possible to live together without a single image?
Can there be discontent by itself, or is it always associated with something?
Can the mind be free of all comparison?
How can liberation be a matter of the whole of humanity?
Thirteen Dialogue With David Bohm at Brockwood Park - 1980
Second Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1981
Pain is a Reaction to Attachement
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