A talk given by Phiroz Mehta at Dilkusha, Forest Hill, London on 17th October 1981
The importance of silence of tongue and brain. The significance and implications of the purity of the psyche — no defilements, no reactions of greed, hate, delusion, no stupid action or vested interest. Starting point is sati, watchfulness. Bare observation is necessary, especially of reactions of the brain to what is being observed. Stillness and silence mean no turmoil in the psyche, and the true meditative state prevails.
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