First Public Talk at Brockwood Park
Saturday, August 25, 1979
- To think together is only possible if we for the moment forget ourselves, our own problems, our own inclinations, our intellectual capacities.
- As human beings living in this terrible world which we have created, can we bring about a radical change in ourselves?
- By belonging to something we feel secure. But belonging to something invariably brings about insecurity because in itself it is separative.
- Can you look at the fact - anger, misery, loneliness, whatever it is - look at that fact without the observer saying, 'I am separate'?
- In pure observation there is no effort and therefore the thing which has been put together as image begins to dissolve.
Series: Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park - 1979