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Can thought come to an end?    Transcript 

Third Brain Seminar at Brockwood Park

Sunday, June 10, 1984

  • How would you inquire into that intelligence which is not the product of thought?
  • When our brain has been active from childhood: work, struggle, pain, learn, don't learn, the whole human struggle, human endeavour, can the brain, which has been so conditioned, ever be quiet?
  • Can the brain ever be quiet apart from its own rhythm?
  • Can thought come to an end, stop?
  • What is thought?
  • When one actually faces the fact that one cannot do anything, the brain, the inside, apart from its rhythm, comes to be quiet.
  • Love, compassion, has its own intelligence. The intelligence of thought has no relationship with that intelligence, but that intelligence has a relationship.
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