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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
Why is your mind chattering?
The art of observing the book of mankind
The Reluctant Messiah
Is freedom a matter of time?
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