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The Silence (IV)

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 April 1982

Reconsideration of silence. Suṣupti. Discursive thought stops. Vitakka-vicāra ceases in 2nd jhāna. Early Indian Religious Thought page 321 quoted. We die to the mortal and rise into the Immortal. Stopping discursive thought - let it happen, not by an act of will. The next death is at the 4th jhāna. The 3rd takes one into cessation. Silence is of the utmost importance.

Catalogue number D417
Duration 42 minutes
Recording quality Good - speech is slightly muffled or distant but easy to listen to

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