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Brockwood Park 1981 Public Talk | 3: Knowledge, sorrow, death, and to be free of the content of consciousness
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This is the third of 4 public dialogues held in Brockwood Park in September of 1981 from the series Our consciousness is the common ground on which all humanity stands.
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Any action born of knowledge must be incomplete, and from that incompleteness all our problems arise.
Is knowledge suffering, and when there is suffering is it at all possible to have love?
Can we stop the whole movement of escape?
The very word ‘sorrow’ colours the fact of sorrow, the pain of it.
I have collected so much this life, so many pictures, furniture, land. I have cultivated my brain through education, through study, through experience and travelled a great deal. If I die, what is the point of it all?
Consciousness is common to all of us. It is not mine or yours, it is common ground, on which humanity stands.
If you let the whole content be wiped away by insight you have contributed to consciousness an enormous amount. You have brought a totally new dimension into consciousness. And what you have brought is so colossally important because you have brought real freedom from sorrow to man.
Third Public Dialogue, Brockwood Park, England
5 September 1981
Duration: 77 minutes
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