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Senility And the Brain Cells - Ojai 1980 - Dialogue 8

Jiddu Krishnamurti

"Senility and the brain cells - 1 June 1980 • Is the human brain deteriorating? • The human brain is not a particular brain, it doesn’t belong to me or to anyone else, it is the human brain which has evolved for millions of years. • Can the brain not only be aware of its own movement but can the brain itself have enough energy to break all patterns and move out of it? • Is psychological knowledge not in itself a factor of the shrinking of the brain? • The ending of suffering comes about when the self, which is built up through time, is no longer there. • If there is an insight into the nature of time the very brain cells which are part of time break down. The brain cells mutate, bring about a change in themselves. • Meditation is insight."

"Senility and the brain cells - 1 June 1980 • Is the human brain deteriorating? • The human brain is not a particular brain, it doesn’t belong to me or to anyone else, it is the human brain which has evolved for millions of years. • Can the brain not only be aware of its own movement but can the brain itself have enough energy to break all patterns and move out of it? • Is psychological knowledge not in itself a factor of the shrinking of the brain? • The ending of suffering comes about when the self, which is built up through time, is no longer there. • If there is an insight into the nature of time the very brain cells which are part of time break down. The brain cells mutate, bring about a change in themselves. • Meditation is insight."
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Philosophy

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"Senility and the brain cells - 1 June 1980 • Is the human brain deteriorating? • The human brain is not a particular brain, it doesn’t belong to me or to anyone else, it is the human brain which has evolved for millions of years. • Can the brain not only be aware of its own movement but can the brain itself have enough energy to break all patterns and move out of it? • Is psychological knowledge not in itself a factor of the shrinking of the brain? • The ending of suffering comes about when the self, which is built up through time, is no longer there. • If there is an insight into the nature of time the very brain cells which are part of time break down. The brain cells mutate, bring about a change in themselves. • Meditation is insight."

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English

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1h 30m


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