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Ojai 1982 | The Nature of the Mind | 1: The roots of psychological disorder
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In our culture there are conflicting points of view about the proper approach to dealing with psychological problems. What is psychological disorder and what is required for fundamental psychological change?
This is a series of four dialogues between Krishnamurti, Physicist David Bohm, Biologist Rupert Sheldrake and Psychiatrist John Hidley. The psychological image and the action of the image is questioned, and also the possibility of observing the image in action to be with "what is."
Q: What is the source of psychological disorder?
Is not the self the beginning of all disorder?
I have created society through my anxiety, through my desire for security, through my desire to have power. Like the animal. It’s biologically inherited. Also my own individualistic activity has created this society. Is it possible to be free of my conditioning?
If my relationship with life is not “right” how can I find out something that’s immensely beyond all this, beyond time, beyond thought, beyond measure?
Will knowledge transform me?
Is there a deep, abiding security?
16th April 1982
Duration: 58 minutes
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