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First Public Question and Answer in Saanen - 1981
First Question and Answer Meeting in Saanen
Wednesday, July 29,
Q1: What do you mean by insight? Does it differ from intuition?
Q2: How can the idea of 'you are the world' and 'you are responsible for the whole of mankind' be justified on a rational, objective, sane basis?
Q3: Why do you say that psychological time is the source of conflict and sorrow?
Q4: The term you use, psychological time, is difficult to comprehend.
Q5: How does one draw the line between knowledge which must be retained and which is to be abandoned? What is it that makes the decision?
Q6: Intellectually we understand that the observer is the observed. What is necessary to go beyond this intellectual acceptance?
The Turning Point
Second Question & Answer Meeting at Brockwood Park - 1985
True religion and Meditation
Looking at the whole content of consciousness
Breaking the Pattern of Ego-centred Activity
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