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Meditation (VI)

The Dilkusha Talks

Phiroz Mehta outside Dilkusha
Phiroz Mehta outside Dilkusha

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A talk given by Phiroz Mehta at Dilkusha, Forest Hill, London on 16th October 1981

The importance of silence. Silence of tongue - "holding one's brain." In the pure psyche, defilements are out, no reaction of lust, greed, hate, fear. Sati, watchfulness, develops sensitivity, mental, spiritual. It reveals what we are, what the world is like. We see "I am the world, the world is me." Then we cease to criticise others.

Catalogue number D400
Duration 44 minutes
Recording quality Good - speech is slightly muffled or distant but easy to listen to

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