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Outlining four dimensions of awareness, Sangharakshita defines the difference between alienated and integrated awareness, and describes how alienated awareness can arise and how integrated awareness can be cultivated.
Talk given in 1970.
This talk is part of the series Aspects of the Higher Evolution of the Individual.
|1.||Review of the four levels of consciousness (11:24)|
|2.||Awareness in general (4:53)|
|3.||Four dimensions of awareness: i. Awareness of things (4:58)|
|4.||ii. Awareness of self (three kinds) (12:00)|
|5.||iii. Awareness of people (2:06)|
|6.||iv. Awareness of Reality (2:06)|
|7.||The nature of the difference between alienated and integrated awareness (5:04)|
|8.||Three levels of experience (4:24)|
|9.||How does alienated awareness arise? (10:58)|
|10.||Alienated awareness and the wrong practise of Buddhism (10:13)|
|11.||How can integrated awareness be developed? (5:02)|
Total running time: 1:13:08