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From a series of Six Public Meetings in Brockwood Park, UK, 1971
Title: Can I live a harmonious life?
Q: What is the difference between analysis and examination of one’s immediate reactions? Why, in spite of that examination, do these reactions continue?
Q: I am full of fears, deep-rooted uncertainties. How am I to be completely free of them?
When I analyse myself and my reactions, or observe my behaviour, there is the act and the actor. There is a division between the two and that creates conflict between what is and what should be.
At the moment of actual fear there is no division.
How is it possible to look at life non-fragmentarily?
How to set about to live a life of harmony in which the division as the 'me' and the 'not me', we and they, comes to an end?
What takes place when I say I am not looking for an answer, I am not expecting a thing - what goes on in the mind?
To find out what death is, I must have energy.
I must find out, give my life to find out, not just a couple of hours, if I can live without fear.
Can I live a harmonious life?- 7 September 1971
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