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New York 1971 | 1: To be aware of your past
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This is the first of a series of 4 Public Talks in New York, 1971.
Talk title: To be aware of your past
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To examine there must be no distortion. Distortion will inevitably come into being when there is fragmentation, when one part of you condones or condemns what you observe.
We are the result of propaganda, what we have been told from childhood to believe and not to believe.
Knowledge is the past; there is no knowledge in the present.
To be aware without choice is to observe without the observer, which is the past, the image-maker.
Q: Should a man who does not truly love himself try to help others love themselves? Should anyone try to help anyone?
Q: What is your opinion of Buddha?
17 Abril 1971
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