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Meditation and the ending of the self
Sixth Public Talk in Saanen
Thursday, July 22,
What is the relationship between love, isolation and sorrow? What is the relationship of suffering to love?
Where there is desire, the urge to fulfil, will the energy of that desire end sorrow?
Our life is a process of cause and effect. The effect becomes the cause and so it is a perpetual chain. Can one live without a cause?
Is it possible to live in this world without a cause and without isolation?
Why are human beings trapped in organised religions?
Is there a freedom from the content of our consciousness?
Meditation is the ending of the self, the 'me', which is love.
Eight Public Meetings in Saanen - 1982
Perceiving without the perceiver
The nature of the brain that lives religiously
Does free will exist?
Authority Is Destructive
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