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Saanen 1977 Public Discussions | 1: What it means to be totally aware
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This is the first of a series of 5 public discussions in Saanen, Switzerland, held in July of 1977 from the series
Can the mind be free of every motive to investigate?
Talk title: What it means to be totally free
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Can you observe without judgement or approval?- just look?
Can you look at yourself without any judgement?
I want to observe and I find I am afraid yo observe. What am I afraid about?
To be totally aware implies a choiceless observation of the content of consciousness.
The whole is greater than the parts. If I am conditioned, holding on the parts, I will never see the whole.
1st Public Discussion
27 July 1977
Duration 81 minutes.
Black & White
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