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On Choiceless Awareness   

December, 1997

  • Awareness is the silent and choiceless observation of 'what is'. In this awareness the problem unrolls itself and therefore is completely understood.
  • When one is deeply conscious or aware, there is no remnant or hidden unconscious movement. There is no division between the inner and the outer.

Series: Beyond Myth and Tradition

Fifth Public Talk in New York City, 1966 Fifth Public Talk in New York City, 1966
Third Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980 Third Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980
With a Silent Mind With a Silent Mind
The First and Last Freedom Part 6 of 6 The First and Last Freedom Part 6 of 6
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