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Reincarnation is essentially egotistic
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Videos during the year 1985
That benediction is where you are
What is our brain?
Thought and time are always together
Sorrow is part of our self-centred activity
Is there a meditation that is not brought about by thought
Bombay 1985 - Public Q&A 1
Bombay 1985 - Public Q&A 2
Three Discussions with Students
What was your background like?
There is freedom when there is learning
Isn't Comparison a Form of Violence?
Facing a World in Crisis
Why do we have so many problems?
The relationship of time and thought to fear
The Relationship of Freedom to Self-Interest
The nature of the brain that lives religiously
First Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1985
Second Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1985
Where there is total attention there is no self
Can thought give human beings security?
The shallowness of a life without passion
Death is not at the far end of life
Madras 1984/85 - Public Q&A 1
Madras 1984/85 - Public Q&A 2
Is creation related to ending?
Why is our house in disorder?
A crisis in our consciousness
Creation is never ending
The ending of continuity
First Public Question and Answer in Ojai - 1985
Second Public Question and Answer in Ojai - 1985
As long as there is a meditator there is no meditation
Whatever you think, you are
All time is contained now
As long as there is a meditator, there is no meditation
Why do we divide the spiritual and the mundane?
Eight Public Meetings in Saanen in 1985
Why does man live in conflict?
To be utterly free of disorder
Seeing self-interest as the root of fear
Beauty is the quiet of the self forgotten
Silence as the ground of the eternal
First Public Question and Answer in Saanen 1985
Second Public Question and Answer in Saanen - 1985
Third Public Question and Answer in Saanen 1985
Two Talks in Washington D.C. in 1985
At the end of sorrow is passion
In the present is the whole of time
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