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Psychologically we are one unitary movement    Transcript 

Fifth Public Talk in Ojai

Saturday, May 17, 1980

  • We seem not to realise the central fact that each one of us is responsible for what is going on in the world.
  • Distortion takes place when there is any fear in our observation.
  • Why are human beings all over the world condemned to everlastingly follow pleasure in different ways?
  • Can the mind not record?
  • Can hatred and violence end, not at some future time but end as you are listening?
  • Psychologically we are one unitary movement. Through our education and our desires we have narrowed this vast, immense mind to our petty quarrels, jealousies and anxieties.
  • Is suffering ended by an act of will?
  • Psychologically, when there is the loss of someone, never escape from it; look at it. That is, to observe without distortion.
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