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Meditation is the ending of all the content of one’s consciousness
Sixth Public Talk in Ojai
Sunday, April 22,
Is there psychological time at all?
If you observe closely, without any movement away, the very observation of ‘what is’ undergoes a radical change, which denies time altogether.
As long as the brain is registering, that implies time.
One needs to register - how to drive a car, to learn a language - but why should there be registration of your hurt?
Is it possible not to dream at all?
Lack of space brings about various forms of inhibitions and anxieties. It is important to find out if you can have space without the centre.
Can the mind not be occupied? That is only possible when you end problems.
Can thought come to an end or must it keep everlastingly moving?
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