Volume XVIII

The Collected Works of J.KRISHNAMURTI

The Complete Index

HOW TO USE THIS INDEX

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Abandonment: and the absence of ‘me’, (VIII) 311-12; and beauty, (XI) 205-6; and reality, (X) 249; and the self, (XI) 10; and what is, (XII) 165 Absorption: versus attention, (XIII) 337; and concentration, (XIII) 264; and the deluded mind, (XI) 37; versus self knowing, (XV) 177 Acceptance: and acknowledgement, (XI) 267; of authority, (XIV) 246; of conflict, (XVI) 85; defining, (XVI) 142; and denial, (XIII) 86; and desire to become, (IV) 134-35; and deterioration, (XVI) 60; and dulled feelings, (XIV) 34; and escape, (V) 329; as hindrance to meditation, (XIV) 33; meaning of, (VI) 291; of problems, (V) 335; (XIV) 181; of religious authority, (XIV) 258-59; of sorrow, (XIII) 314; and transformation, (V) 252. See also Conformity Accumulation, (II) 77; and ambition, (VII) 242-43; and awareness, (IV) 80-81; (X) 53; and belief, (V) 319-20; as the cause of sorrow, (IX) 100; and the center, (X) 23-24; and ceremony, (II) 22-23; and conflict, (VI) 337-39; (IX) 66; (XVII) 172; and continuity, (VIII) 250; and the creation of patterns, (X) 64; versus creativeness, (VIII) 235-36; and creative thinking, (II) 101; and deterioration, (IX) 263; dying to, (XIV) 257; and emptiness, (l) 141; (II) 76-77; (X) 30; and experience, (X) 51; (XIII) 193, 195; of experience, (XIV) 215-16; and exploitation, (X) 168-69; and fear, (VI) 36; (VII) 302; and fear of death, (XVI) 31; freedom from, (XI) 241; and the fresh mind, (VI) 161; versus the fresh mind, (VIII) 267; and the growth of nationalism, (V) 75; as hindrance, (IX) 111, 113; as hindrance to creation, (XV) 244; as hindrance to discovery, (IX) 35-36; (XI) 260; as hindrance to learning, (X) 212; as hindrance to understanding, (II) 15-16; and inertia, (XVI) 27-28; and inner poverty, (III) 185, 241; versus intelligence, (VII) 134-35; and knowledge, (VIII) 276, 322; (IX) 244; (X) 172-73, 260-62; (XIII) 80-82; (XVII) 59, 23031; of knowledge, (XI) 79-80, 82, 185, 249-50, 335-36, 337-38; (XIV) 170-71; and knowledge versus learning, (XVII) 21-22; and learning, (IX) 196, 238-40; (XVII) 40, 211-12; versus learning, (XI) 29, 60-61, 214, 227; (XII) 157-58; (XIV) 73, 239, 241, 243; (XV) 248; (XVI) 220; and meditation, (IX) 74-75; and memory, (IX) 49; as memory, (IV) 67; (V) 221; (X) 21; and the mind, (VII) 277; (XI) 108-9; and nationalism, (l ) 156; versus the new, (XI) 178; and the observer, (XVII) 210-11; and the past, (XVII) 177; of the past, (XV) 232; and the petty mind, (X) 157; of pleasant and unpleasant, (IX) 54; versus problem solving, (VII) 310, 312; and the process of time, (VIII) 50; reasons for, (VII) 322-26; (VIII) 105-6; results of, (l) 17-19; and security, (X) 87; and the self, (IV) 75; and self-knowledge, (IV) 22; (X) 59; versus self-knowledge, (VIII) 308; versus the sensitive mind, (X) 152; and simplicity, (VIII) 106; versus the still mind, (VIII) 52; and suffering, (VIII) 204; and the thinker, (XI) 250; and time, (XI) 390; (XVI) 200; versus truth, (X) 243; and the unconscious, (VIII) 345; and the unknowable, (IV) 67; and wisdom, (VI) 33; and worship of knowledge, (VII) 102. See also Acquisitions; Acquisitiveness; Environment; Envy; Experience; Greed; Heredity; Knowledge; Memory; Mind; Past; Possessions; Possessiveness; War Accumulative process: defining, (III) 6 Achievement, (l) 147-48; and desire for technique, (V) 309; and discipline, (IX) 146; and effort, (l) 84-85; and finality, (l) 8, 11-12; and frustration, (VII) 205; (XII) 52; futility of, (l ) 12; search for, (l ) 50-52; and sorrow, (XIII) 308; struggle for, (XVII) 119. See also Ambition; Becoming; Success; Virtue Acknowledgement: and acceptance, (XI) 267 Acquiring: versus learning, (XIII) 91 Acquisition: and authority, (VII) 54; as basis of society, (IX) 83-84; and consciousness, (III) 14; desire for, (IV) 95-96; (VII) 90; and disintegration, (VII) 113; and envy, (VII) 208; and exploitation, (III) 15; and isolation, (VI) 88; and opposites, (III) 40; and path to war, (IV) 23; and the shallow mind, (VII) 312-13; and society, (XII) 310-11; and will, (VIII) 36. See also Accumulation; Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Envy; Exploitation; Greed; Possession; Security Acquisitive discontent: freedom from, (VIII) 29-30 Acquisitiveness, (II) 116-17; as basis of religious and social life, (VII) 114; breaking away from, (IX) 219; and career, (X) 263; and change, (VIII) 163; (IX) 27-28; and the collective will, (VIII) 273; and compromise, (II) 116-17; and conformity, (II) 104; and culture, (IX) 196; and destruction of the social order, (III) 182; and discontent, (VIII) 27; and divisions, (II) 209; as effort, (XII) 127; and egotism, (II) 156; and envy, (III) 230-31; (VII) 112-13; and exploitation; (IV) 134; freedom from, (VIII) 189; and the free mind, (VIII) 185; as hindrance to truth, (X) 3; and inequality, (IV) 9596, 198; and livelihood, (V) 145; and morality, (III) 54; and principles, (l ) 175-76; as road to war, (II) 131; as the social base, (XVII) 168; as social desire, (XII) 148; and the social structure, (XV) 116; and society, (VIII) 257-58; (IX) 99, 202, 25152; and thought, (XII) 312; the urge of, (IX) 39-40. See also Accumulation; Achievement; Acquisition; Ambition; Becoming; Craving; Discontent; Envy; Freedom; Fulfillment; Gain; Greed; ‘More’; Nationalism; Possessions; Possessiveness; Power; Professions; Society; War Acquisitive society, (XI) 250; and the collective will, (VIII) 300-302; and competition, (XII) 123; and enslavement to its values, (XIII) 295. See also Power; Society Acting: as the essence of freedom, (XVII) 134-35; and learning, (XVI) 215-16, 218; on and off stage, (VIII) 137; and seeing, (XIII) 72. See also Action “Acting”: and “verb”, (XI) 16 Action, (l) 13-15, 75, 87-88, 96-97, 98-99, 100, 15354; (II) 45, 77, 146, 181-82; (V) 153-56; (VI) 50-

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52, 123-25; (VIII) 314-17; (XI) 109-13, 160-65, 223-28, 262-65, 314-19, 341-46; (XII) 20-29, 31, 33-36, 40; (XIII) 326-30; (XIV ) 203-8, 231-37, 280-85; (XVI) 72-77, 173-75, 225, 228, 230; (XVII) 18-22; and the absence of consciousness, (XII) 125; and the absence of pretension, (XVI) 228; and the absence of time, (XVII) 140; through acceptance of work, (V) 54; and accumulation, (II) 77; and accumulation of knowledge, (XVII) 59; as the act of listening, (XV) 189; and agreement, (III) 8; and analysis, (l) 29-30; and attention, (XVI) 246; and authority, (XI) 381; avoidance of, (II) 2; and awareness, (l) 57-58, 193; based on friction, (XIII) 109; and beauty, (XVI) 301; and behavior, (XVII) 204; versus being, (XI) 16; and belief, (V) 239; (XVI) 260; born of fullness, (XII) 75; and cause and effect, (X) 222; (XV) 132; and the center, (X) 178-80; and cessation of ritual, (VIII) 44; and challenge, (VI) 124-25; and change, (VIII) 36; (X) 137; as change, (XI) 313; (XVII) 13; and choice, (XI) 221; and clarity, (XVI) 31; as both collective and individual, (XIV) 56; and commitm ent, (XI) 371-72; (XIII) 44; and communion, (XV) 309-10; and comparison, (X) 188; and compassion, (XIII) 298-99; and complete life, (l) 13; as completeness, (II) 85; completeness of, (l) 65, 180; and comprehension of the whole, (XII) 57; and condemnation, (XII) 5-6; and conditioning, (VIII) 289; (IX) 258; (XVI) 241; (XVII) 16, 19-20; without conditioning, (XII) 123; and conflict, (II) 115; (VIII) 310; (XVI) 56, 225; without conflict, (XII) 129; and conflict through contradiction, (XII) 130; and the conflict of ideology, (XVII) 248-49; and conformity, (l) 58; and confusion, (VII) 197; (VIII) 201; (IX) 29, 89; (XVI) 247, 278; (XVII) 17, 21; and the confusion of challenge and response, (XII) 130; and consciousness, (III) 6364, 71-72; (IV) 165; and contradiction, (XI) 33637; (XV)198, 310; without contradiction, (XVI) 228; as creative, (VII) 236; and creative being, (V) 117; and creative energy, (XIII) 112; and creative intelligence, (III) 91; and crisis, (XIV ) 152; deciding on, (IX) 205; defining, (l) 121; (II) 99100; (V) 230; (XIV) 68, 231-32, 283; and desire, (VI) 287-88; (XV) 64, 312; and desire and pleasure, (XV) 166; desire for, (XI) 48; desire for immediate, (IX) 206; and the desire to do “good”, (X) 46; and despair, (XVI) 265; as destructive, (XII) 14; disassociated from society, (IX) 202-3; and discontent, (XII) 13-14; and disintegration, (VI) 263; and disorder, (XV) 199; divided, (XIV) 20-21; divided from life, (XI) 314-15; divisions in, (l) 27-28; and dogma, (VI) 152; and duality, (l) 46, 76; and effort, (l) 85-86; and emptiness, (XIV) 118; from emptiness, (XI) 93-94; as an end, (l) 88; and energy, (XV) 178-79, 181, 235-36, 279, 288, 318; and enslavement, (l ) 8; and environment, (II) 40, 89-90; and existence, (IV) 195-96; and experimentation, (II) 127-28; explaining process, (V) 86-87; explanation of, (II) 147; and facing fear, (XVI) 276; and fact(s), (XI) 347; (XIII) 69; (XIV) 1; (XV) 25, 337, 339; and fear, (l ) 9; (II) 200-201; and feeling, (XI) 96-97; and the field of consciousness, (XI) 385; and the field of the known, (XVI) 180; as finite, (l ) 8; and the follower, (VIII) 45; as fragmentary, (X) 232-33, 234; fragmentation, of, (XVI) 241; and freedom, (VI) 68-70; (VIII) 45; (XIV) 139; (XV) 211, 214; (XVII) 19; and freedom from confusion, (XVI) 275, 276; and freedom from ideas, (XV) 214; and freedom from identification, (XVI) 151; and free flow of life, (l) 12; and fulfillment, (l) 10, 193; (II) 211-12; (VII) 234; fundamental, (II) 61; and gradual self-knowing, (XIV) 155; and habit, (III) 115; and harmo ny, (l) 11-12, 161; of heart and mind, (XV) 6; and the hindrance of ideology, (XVII) 191; and hope, (XVI) 267; and humility, (XI) 267; and the ‘I’, (III) 10-11, 13; and idea(s), (V) 280, 349-51; (VI) 259-62, 272, 291-92, 326, 349-51; (XI) 214; (XII) 102; (XIII) 45, 51, 110; (XIV) 21, 53, 68-70, 135-36, 139, 194-95; (XV) 88-89, 168-69, 183, 211, 214, 265; without ideas, (XVI) 260-61, 267; and ideology, (XVII) 138, 139-40, 141; and ignorance, (III) 12, 13; and image, (XVII) 250; immediate, (XV) 339; and importance of the individual, (III) 184; as inaction, (XVI) 122; incomplete, (II) 198; and incomplete life, (l) 13, 81; individual and collective, (VI) 9394; (XIII) 1-2; and individual responsibility, (II) 10-11; and individual understanding, (l) 4; and inquiry, (IX) 268-69; and instinct, (l) 19; versus intellect, (XVI) 8; and intellectual sensitivity, (XIII) 42; and intelligence, (VII) 188-89; and intuition, (II) 23; and inward revolution, (IV) 102; and knowing ourselves, (XI) 306; and knowing what to do, (XII) 123, 128; and knowledge, (VI) 265; of the known, (XVII) 82; and learning, (XVII) 59; as learning, (XI) 358; (XVI) 20; as liberation, (l) 19, 41-42; and life, (XIV) 68, 70; as life essential, (XII) 307; and limitation, (III) 39; as limitation, (II) 82-83; limited and unlimited, (l) 39; and listening, (XI) 380; (XIII) 302; (XV) 155, 222; (XVI) 245; (XVII) 22-24; and living, (XV) 163; and looking, (XIV) 234; loss of freedom in, (XIII) 326-27; and love, (V) 115; (XVII) 250; and love of life, (II) 210; meaning of, (l) 82-84; (II) 214-15; (XVI) 151; and meditation, (l ) 26-27; (XII) 42; and memory, (l) 24-26, 180-81; and motive, (l ) 24; (XVII) 155; as motiveless, (XIII) 45; and the movement of life, (XIV ) 290; nature of, (XVII) 1819; and the need for clarity, (XIV) 229-30; and the negative, (XV) 264-65; as new, (XV) 168; not of time, (XVI) 58, 59; and observation, (XVI) 152; past and future, (II) 163-64; and perception, (II) 11; (XV) 332; and personal control, (II) 102-3; and physical danger, (XVI) 155; and pleasure, (XVII) 12; through pleasure and pain, (II) 100-101; and the positive, (XV) 264-65; and the postponement of time, (XIV) 253; precedes the idea, (V) 42-44; and predestination, (II) 146; and prejudice, (l) 24; as

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the present, (XIV) 13; in the present, (XI) 368; process of, (XVII) 12-13; and progress, (l) 189-90; psychological, (XIV) 68; purity of, (II) 37; questioning, (XVI) 72; through questioning, (II) 59; and the quiet mind, (XVII) 137; and reaction, (l) 38; (II) 102-3; (XII) 79, 82-84; without reaction, (XII) 123, 128, 278; (XIII) 233; and reason, (XI) 36; and relationship, (VI) 78; (XIII) 116; (XV) 13, 129; and relationship to society, (V) 342-43; and the religious mind, (XIII) 91, 156-57, 162; repetition of, (XVI) 228; and responsibility, (II) 201-2; and result, (VI) 233; and revolution, (VII) 199-200; (XIV) 44; and reward and punishment, (III) 135; and satisfaction, (VII) 185; and saying no, (XVI) 60; and search for security, (II) 208; as secondary to the good mind, (IX) 262; and seeing, (XVI) 2, 170-71; and seeing the fact, (XIV) 294; and the self, (VII) 253-54; and selfawareness, (V) 270; and self-consciousness, (II) 8; and self-fulfillment, (VII) 167-68; and selfknowledge, (V) 79; (XI) 184; and silence, (XVI) 32, 71; and silent observation, (XV) 47; and sleep, (XII) 46; small scale, (V) 96; and society, (XIII) 110; without sorrow, (XI) 239; source of, (XII) 6566; as spontaneous expression, (II) 56, 67-68; and still mind, (VI) 176; and suffering, (II) 9-10; (VIII) 205; and thinking, (X) 221; and thought, (V) 5-6, 7; (IX) 260; (XIII) 315; (XVI) 134; (XVII) 163; as thought, (X) 260; without thought, (XVII) 252; and time, (XI) 364; (XIV) 149; (XV) 115, 141; and the time interval, (XVII) 141-42; versus tolerance, (II) 21; and total recognition of reaction, (XIII) 141-42, 143; and truth, (l) 177-78; (II) 157; types of, (VIII) 200-201; (XI) 109-11, 314; (XIII) 93-94; (XIV) 135; understanding, (III) 99; (V) 3740, 72, 205-7; (VII) 108-9; (XI) 201-3, 205-6; (XII) 278; and understanding, (XV) 20, 62, 67, 335-36; (XVII) 168; as understanding, (l) 79-81; (VI) 18; through understanding, (II) 10-11, 224; and understanding the conditioned mind, (VII) 150-51; understanding the process of, (XVII) 55; and urgency, (XVII) 54; and violence, (VI) 233; (XIV) 293; or voluntary compulsion, (II) 155-56; and watching, (XIV) 66; as the whole of life, (XV) 331, 344, 345; and the will, (XIV) 189-90; without will, (XV) 200; and wisdom, (II) 25-26, 45; and words, (XII) 6; versus words, (V) 38; and world unity, (II) 47. See also Action and ideas; Choice; Hindrance; Religion; Systems; Thought; Total action; Unity Action and idea(s), (XVII) 4, 12-13, 87, 248-53; and conflict, (XVI) 38-39, 216, 218-19; (XVII) 249, 250; and contradiction, (XIV) 231-34; (XV) 253, 315; and the disorder of division, (XVII) 248; division between, (XIV ) 44-45; and the gap between, (XIV) 20-21; gulf between, (XIV) 58; and the sense of danger, (XVI) 184; and the time interval, (XVI) 152. See also Action; Conflict; Idea(s); Ideal(s) Action and inaction: and sorrow, (XVI) 57. See also Action; Inaction Action and reaction: and the role of conflict, (XII) 131 Action, awareness, and living: as the same, (XVII) 253. See also Action; Awareness; Living Action, effort, and sorrow: as interrelated, (XV) 34142 Action, knowledge, and love: contradiction between, (XIII) 45 Action of will: and change, (VIII) 164, 176-77; and conditioning, (VIII) 218-19; defining, (VII) 18283; and desire, (IX) 206; as desire, (X) 57-58; and discipline, (X) 247; and the ‘me’, (VIII) 155-56; and meditation, (VIII) 192; and revolution, (VIII) 36-38; and time, (XVI) 21-22. See also Action; Effort; Resistance; Will Action without effort: and awareness, (XII) 131 Active mind: without center, (XI) 200; defining, (VIII) 7; and dying, (XII) 160-61; and freedom from thought, (VIII) 6-7; limitations of, (XII) 163. See also Mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind Active stillness: and cessation of fear, (IV) 51; and well-being, (IV) 37. See also Silent Awareness; Still mind; Stillness; Tranquillity Activity, (V) 366-67; divisions of, (X) 174; and inertia, (XVI) 28; and leisure, (XIII) 42; meaning of, (V) 86-87, 230-31; as self-centered, (VII) 13, 15; and the state of tension, (XI) 25. See also Action Actor: and action, (IV) 195-96 Actual: versus the conceptual, (XVII) 209; versus the ideal, (XI) 150; understanding, (IV) 159. See also Action and ideas; Fact; Real; Reality; Truth Actuality: as personal experience, (III) 56 Adaptability: and specialization, (V) 128-29 Addiction, (l) 122; as escape, (V) 345-46 Adjustment: and change, (X) 135-36; (XII) 254, 29091; to change, (XI) 124, 126; versus change, (XI) 149-50, 152; and cooperation, (XIV) 164; versus destruction, (XII) 225; as destructive, (XIV) 124; destructiveness of, (XV) 342-43; as hindrance to change, (XV) 329; (XVI) 55; versus learning, (XV) 316; and reformation, (IX) 13; superficial, (IX) 9798. See also Conditioning; Conflict; Conformity; Discipline; Tradition Adults: and the ability to love, (VII) 104 Advertising: and influences, (XI) 272. See also Propaganda Affection: and the absence of comparison, (XVII) 216; achieving, (XVI) 65; and awareness, (XIV) 301; and care, (XVII) 259; and communication, (XVII) 1; and communion, (XIV) 281; and cooperation, (XV) 35; defining, (XIII) 26; (XVI) 6; and the empty mind, (XII) 294; and learning, (XIII) 131; and observation, (XII) 60; as quality of the new mind, (XII) 294, 297-98; and relationships, (XVI) 34; and respect, (VIII) 126; and seeing the totality of life, (XVI) 5, 6; and suffering, (XIII) 31-32. See also Caring; Love Africa: See Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Society; War; World problems

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Afterlife, (l) 130; (IX) 115-16. See also Death; Reincarnation; Religion Age: and desire for peace, (VIII) 128-29; and loss of enjoyment, (VIII) 118; and memory, (V) 327; and orthodoxy, (V) 171; and quality of life, (V) 201; understanding the nature of, (XIII) 145 Aged: and the corrupt mind, (VIII) 66 Aggression: dealing with, (IV) 27. See also Violence; War Aging: and becoming, (XI) 74-76; and destruction, (XVI) 298; and the deteriorating mind, (IX) 185; and the dull mind, (XI) 342; and growing insensitivity, (XVII) 78; and habits, (XIII) 221; and physical care, (XIII) 204; and the rigid mind, (XIII) 204-5; and time, (XV) 127. See also Old age; Older generation; Young; Young people Agitated mind: ending, (XVII) 43. See also Dull mind; Innocent mind; Mind; Petty mind Agitation: as hindrance to learning, (XV) 247-48; as hindrance to listening, (XIII) 101 Agreement: and confusion, (III) 8; and influence, (XI) 321-22; and intelligence, (III) 8; and tolerance, (III) 66; understanding, (X) 157-58 Alcoholism: and exploitation, (II) 214. See also Problems Alert mind: and meditation, (XIII) 322; and nonacceptance, (XV) 343; and observation, (XIV) 73. See also Clear mind; Free mind; Fresh mind; Innocent mind; Mind; Quiet mind; Religion Alertness, (IX) 173-74; and self-observation, (XIV) 138. See also Alert mind; Awareness Alone: inability to be, (XII) 190; versus loneliness, (IX) 63; state of, (XII) 179. See also Aloneness; Loneliness Aloneness, (IV) 75, 154; (VII) 221-22; and the abandonment of authority, (XVII) 227; and the absence of fear, (XII) 157; (XV) 322; and achieving reality, (V) 357; and achieving truth, (IX) 85; and authority, (IX) 151; beauty of, (XVI) 149; and challenge and response, (XII) 272; and the collective, (IX) 14; and commitment, (XVI) 280; and confusion, (IX) 151; and cooperation, (XIV) 117-18; and creation, (VI) 153; and creativeness, (VII) 219-21; as death, (VIII) 309; defining, (VI) 38-39; (XII) 87; and the desire to belong, (XII) 66; versus despair, (XII) 261; and discovery of the truth, (X) 171, 173; (XIV) 172; and dying every minute, (XII) 225; and emptiness, (VI) 173-74; and energy, (XII) 260; and experiencing reality, (X) 130; without fear, (VI) 189; fear of, (XII) 256; (XV) 172, 173; (XVII) 74; and freedom, (IX) 48; and freedom from commitment, (XVII) 18; and freedom from fear, (XIV) 268; and freedom from influences, (XIV) 220-22; and freedom from the known, (XIII) 270; and the free mind, (X) 114, 167; as incorruptible, (X) 109; and the individual, (IX) 126; (XI) 217; and the individual mind, (XIII) 277; and inquiry, (IX) 270; versus isolation, (V) 323-25; (X) 5; and loneliness, (V) 308; (VI) 237-38, 312; (VII) 290; (XIII) 269-70; versus loneliness, (VIII) 198, 309; (X) 262; (XI) 210-11; (XV) 32; (XVI) 38; and loneliness as different, (XIII) 187; as love, (XIII) 124; meaning of, (XVI) 38; (XVII) 18; versus methods, (VII) 311; and the mind, (XIV ) 222-23; and mutation, (XIV) 167; need for, (XI) 141; (XVI) 118; and the new mind, (XIII) 61; process of, (VIII) 313-14; and the real, (IX) 39; and reality, (XII) 231; as religious, (XI) 291; and the religious mind, (XII) 89; (XIV) 117; (XV) 317; and the removal of masks, (XVI) 225; and the search for God, (VIII) 269; and security, (XII) 135-36; and sensitivity, (XVI) 99; (XVII) 76-77; and the simple mind, (XIV) 269; and societal punishment, (XV) 328-29; state of, (XII) 271-72; (XIII) 230; (XV) 209-10; (XVII) 186, 188; as a state of love, (XI) 294; as a state of mind, (XIV) 118; as a state of revelation, (XII) 40; and technique, (V) 310-11; and total demand, (XI) 291; understanding, (XIII) 228; and understanding religion, (XIV) 220-21; and the unknowable, (XIII) 67; and the unknown, (XII) 315; and virtue, (XIII) 228; and vulnerability, (VI) 74-75. See also Emptiness; Isolation; Loneliness; Meditation; New; New mind; Occupied mind; Quiet mind; Sorrow Altruism: process of, (XVII) 127; and religious revolution, (VIII) 186 Ambition, (IV) 39; (V) 292-93; (VIII) 96-99; ( IX) 274-77; (XIII) 124-27, 130; and the absence of love, (XII) 130; (XVI) 52; and action, (VII) 23435; and the aggressive environment, (XIII) 296; as antisocial, (XI) 2; and authority, (XIII) 261; awareness of, (IX) 174-75; (XII) 56-57; cessation of, (XI) 136; (XIII) 182; for children, (IX) 271-72; as choice, (VII) 241-43; and comparison, (XII) 14, 15; as compassionless, (X) 202; and the competitive society, (VIII) 244-45; and conflict, (IV) 11-12; (VI) 337-38; (VIII) 232; (XI) 116; (XIII) 21, 180, 182; (XIV) 10; (XVI) 81-82; as conflict, (XII) 194, 264-66; and confusion, (XI) 51-52; and contradiction, (XII) 25; (XIII) 130; (XV) 180; and the contradiction of religion, (X) 239-41; as corrupt, (XII) 309-10, 312; and the creative, (XII) 192-93; and the cruel mind, (XII) 67; and daily life, (X) 207; denial of, (XIII) 78; as the desire to achieve, (VII) 204-5; as the destroyer of economic security, (VII) 144; as destructive, (IX) 71; (X) 116; and discontent, (XI) 286; and disorder, (XVII) 176; and division, (VIII) 346; dying to, (XI) 368; and education, (VII) 159; effects of, (X) 5-6; and effort, (IX) 233, 263; and the effort to be, (VIII) 222-24; and energy, (XII) 67; (XVI) 164-65; and environment, (VIII) 288; and envy, (VII) 113; versus equality, (VII) 314; examining, (XVII) 192; and exploitation, (VI) 26062; facing the fact of, (XII) 289; (XIII) 36, 118; and fear, (VII) 83-85; (VIII) 62; (X) 132-33; (XII) 45; and the feeling of nothingness, (X) 119; freedom from, (X) 8; (XI) 210-11; (XII) 17, 227; (XIII) 168, 272; versus fulfillment, (III) 32; versus

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the good mind, (XII) 54; and habit, (XI) 135-36; as hindrance to communion, (XV) 82; as hindrance to freedom, (VII) 160; (X) 126; as hindrance to love, (IX) 103; (XIV) 61; as hindrance to peace, (IX) 15; and identity, (X) 45; and illusion, (VI) 339; and the individual, (IX) 274-76; and inequality, (VIII) 180-81; versus interest, (VII) 85; versus inward revolution, (VII) 156; irrational and rational, (XII) 18-19; as limitation, (VII) 95; living without, (XII) 150; (XIII) 261; and love, (XII) 135; (XV) 74; versus love, (XIV) 91; versus the mature mind, (XII) 205; and mediocrity, (VIII) 330; and meditation, (XII) 266-67, 310; (XIII) 96-97; and the mind without space, (XIII) 322; and the need for change, (X) 46; and the new mind, (XIII) 53; observing, (XIII) 299; as path to war, (X) 45; and pleasure, (XV) 71; and psychological need, (XII) 244; and the quiet mind, (XIII) 98; reasons for, (XVII) 123-24; recognizing, (VII) 15-16; and reincarnation, (XI) 137; and security, (XII) 296; and self-centered, (XI) 264; and self-contradiction, (XII) 16; and self-fulfillment, (XIV) 289; and selfimprovement, (IX) 84; significance of, (III) 184; and social structure, (XIII) 116; and society, (X) 130; (XI) 193; (XIII) 78; and spiritual entity, (V) 292-93; and the spiritual man, (XI) 372-73; spiritual and worldly, (VII) 235; and superiority, (VII) 33; and time, (VIII) 331; (IX) 169; (XII) 101; (XIV) 150-51; and thought, (XVI) 170; and violence, (IX) 117-20; (XVI) 297; and war, (VIII) 261; (X) 74; and worldliness, (IV) 13-14. See also Acquisition; Acquisitiveness; Becoming; Comparison; Competition; Conditioning; Conflict; Contradiction; Craving; Envy; Experience; Fulfillment; ‘More’; Psychological structure of society; Self-expansion; Society; Success; Virtue Ambition, greed, and envy: as basis of the social structure, (XIII) 167-68. See also Ambition; Envy; Greed Ambitious mind: as shallow, (IX) 106 America, (VII) 239-40; (IX) 193, 277; advertising in, (XII) 15; discontent in, (XVII) 131; and enslavement to prosperity, (XI) 306; and hippies, (XVII) 189; and the loss of adventure, (XII) 276; and manual labor, (VIII) 133; possible decline of, (XVII) 57; and prosperity versus freedom, (XII) 130; as prototype of prosperity, (XVII) 56; and racia l violence, (XVII) 94; and subliminal advertising, (XII) 139; and tradition, (VII) 74; and war, (XV) 343. See also Authority; Commitment; Conditioning; Divisions; Environment; Identification; Influences; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World Problems Americans: See Conditioning; Divisions; Ideology; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems Amnesia, (IX) 189; and thought, (XIV) 158. See also Memory Amusement: and belief, (XVI) 258; and emptiness, (XVI) 232. See also Escape Amusements: as escapes of the lazy mind, (XIII) 141 Analysis: as adjuster to society, (XIII) 284; approaches to, (XII) 155; as a barrier, (l) 29-30; and conflict, (XVII) 248; and the conscious and unconscious, (XIII) 226; as different from perception, (XIII) 283-84; and ending fear, (XVI) 210, 212-13; and escape from fear, (VI) 335; of fear, (XIV) 291; and the free mind, (X) 26-27; futility of, (XVI) 279; as hindrance to change, (XII) 254, 256, 257; as hindrance to freedom, (XVII) 36; as hindrance to self-understanding, (XIII) 292-93; hindrance to the unconscious, (XIV) 38; immaturity of, (XVII) 66; need for, (XVI) 277; versus observation, (XIII) 297; and the presence of fear, (XV) 29-30; of problems, (XV) 151-52; and relationships, (XIV ) 249-50; and thought, (XVI) 108; and time, (XIV) 190; (XV) 160; (XVII) 176; and the unconscious, (XII) 126; (XIII) 167, 169, 194; (XVI) 188; uselessness of, (XVI) 154-55. See also Authority; Self-analysis; Self-knowing Analyst: and conditioning, (XII) 257. See also Authority; Specialists Analytic process: implications of, (XII) 141 Analyzer: See Analyzer and the analyzed Analyzer and the analyzed: and conflict, (XI) 321; (XIII) 284, 292; (XVII) 248; and duality, (XIV) 190; and habit, (XIII) 243-44; as one, (X) 114. See also Analysis; Center; Observer and the observed; Thinker and the thought Angels: and healing, (II) 25 Anger, (III) 203; and awareness, (XI) 18; and the center, (XII) 147; and choiceless awareness, (IV) 117-18; dissolving, (III) 157-58; examining, (XVII) 221; freedom from, (XV) 91; as momentary, (VIII) 82; process of, (XI) 290; reaction to, (XVII) 260; reasons for, (VIII) 80; and self-image, (XII) 246; understanding, (III) 154; (VIII) 104; and the word, (XI) 87. See also Duality; Emotion; Feelings Anglican: See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; Religion; Words Animal(s): and conflict, (XVI) 297; cruelty to, (X) 5960; and the desire for pleasure, (XVII) 11; freeing the mind from, (XIV) 235; and human behavior, (XIV) 228; (XV) 299, 337; (XVI) 43; and human beings, (XVI) 16; (XVII) 161-62; and human culture, (XVI) 49; and human evolution, (XIV) 199; and inherent fear, (XIV) 287; and the inheritance of violence, (XVII) 199; and the social order, (XIV) 249-50; and violence, (XIV) 293; within, (XVII) 43. See also Brain; Animal instincts Animal brain: and pleasure, (XVI) 282. See also Animals; Brain Animal instincts: and the brain, (XVII) 135; human as inheritance, (XVII) 100; and human violence, (XVII) 220, 255; and pleasure and pain, (XVI) 147. See also Animals Animal response: and physical fear, (XVII) 161-62. See also Animal instincts

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Annihilation: and fear of death, (VIII) 277-78 Anonymity: beauty of, (XI) 372-73; as desirable, (XII) 89-90; as truth, (VIII) 192. See also Aloneness; Ambition Answers: absence of, (VIII) 171; (XVI) 188; approach to, (XVII) 135-36; and futility of search, (VIII) 143-44, 184; (IX) 4; (X) 35, 199; as hindrance to the problem, (X) 173; to life, (XI) 319; need to find, (XVII) 133; nonexistence of psychological, (XIV) 14; as nonexistent, (IX) 240; and the problem, (X) 124; and problems, (XII) 8-10; (XIV) 182; search for, (XIII) 65-66. See also Examination; Inquiry; Listening; Problems; Questioning; Questions Antisocial: defining, (VIII) 279 Antithesis to synthesis: spiral of, (XVI) 265 Anxiety: and discovery of truth, (V) 28; and fear, (VII) 315; and fear of not achieving, (XIII) 220; freedom from, (XVI) 183; and intelligence, (VIII) 72-74; and life as limited, (V) 26-28; reason for, (VIII) 75-76; separation from, (XVI) 161; and sorrow, (XIII) 172. See also Conflict; Despair; Sorrow Apes: and human behavior, (XIV) 199. See also Animal Appreciation: and life, (XI) 315 Argumentation: and action, (XI) 162 Armaments: as hindrance to peace, (XVII) 281. See also War Army: as hindrance to war, (IX) 86; as profession for war, (V) 143. See also Professions; Society; Violence; War Arrogance, (IX) 248 Art(s), (II) 37-38; absorption in, (XV) 177; and action, (V) 350; creation of, (l ) 65; and creative expression, (XVII) 272; and dissatisfaction, (XVII) 86; and education, (V) 111-12; and escape, (XVI) 100-101, 182; as escape, (XVII) 42; and expression versus creation, (XIV) 166; as expression of life, (III) 76-77; and fragmentation, (XVI) 239, 288; and leisure, (XIV) 203; and materialism, (II) 38; and the search for experiences, (XIV) 215; and the search for the new, (XIV) 196-97; and total attention, (XIII) 176-77; and what is and ‘what should be’, (XVII) 88. See also Artist(s); Creation; Creative; Creative Artist; Creative Expression; Creativeness Artist(s): and communion, (XIV) 182; and contradiction, (XV) 180-81; and the creative, (XII) 130-31; versus creativeness, (IV) 14-15; and creativity, (XII) 192-93, 273; and knowledge, (XIV) 138; and the known, (V) 237; and mediocrity, (XIII) 94; and psychological expansion, (IV) 199; and the search for the new, (XIV) 228; and the still mind-heart, (IV) 18; and technique, (IX) 58; two types of, (V) 285-86. See also Art; Creative; Scientific Mind Artistic creation: defining, (XIII) 324-25 Artistic creativeness: versus creation, (XIII) 267 Artistic expression: conditions for, (XIII) 219; versus creation, (XV) 137; and freedom, (XIII) 288-89 Artistic output: and conflict, (XIII) 284 Art of living, (V) 89 Asceticism, (l ) 131-32 Ashram(s): as concentration camps, (XVII) 174. See also Community Asia: and meditation, (XV) 174. See also Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems Asians: and meditation, (XVII) 80, 81. See also Asia Aspiration: and time, (XII) 98. See also Ambition Assassination: causes of, (IV) 168 Assumptions, (IX) 167; as hindrance, (X) 166-67; and the occupied mind, (X) 157. See also Comparison; Conclusions Atheism, (II) 33-34; and belief, (XIV) 267; and belief as one, (IX) 113; and the communist world, (XIV) 130. See also Belief; God; Religion Atma, (VIII) 192; (IX) 233; (XI) 59; (XVII) 74; belief in, (XVII) 110; and conditioning, (X) 158; (XIV ) 36; and the dependent mind, (IX) 266; and the known, (XI) 191-92; and learning, (XIV) 240; and ‘me’, (X) 140; meaning of, (XIV) 16; as nonexistent, (XIV) 107; as non-spiritual, (IX) 236; as over-soul, (X) 142, 143; and pleasure, (XVI) 37; as the thinker, (XV) 66-67; and time, (XIV) 158. See also Entity; Religion; Self; Soul; Supreme self; Thinker Atomic weapons: and the momentum of war, (VIII) 262 Attachment, (l) 134-35; (V) 227-29; (IX) 37-38; and conflict, (XI) 90; and continuity, (XI) 241; and dependency, (IX) 63; (XIII) 269; and detachment, (l) 126-27; (XI) 150-51; and dying, (XI) 210; dying to, (XVII) 236; as evil, (XIII) 120; and fear of emptiness, (IV) 208; forms of, (IX) 37; freedom from, (IX) 3; (X) 116; versus freedom from possessiveness, (X) 115; as hindrance to love, (VIII) 337; (IX) 155; as hindrance to passion, (XIII) 251; and love, (XIII) 123, 190; to the past, (V) 251; and the religious spirit, (XI) 293-4; and responsibility, (XIII) 223-24; and search, (IX) 18283, 185; and sorrow, (XIII) 32, 251; understanding, (XI) 121-23; (XII) 30. See also Continuity; Dependence; Detachment; Dying daily; Relationship; Suffering Attack: and defense, (IV) 27-28 Attention, (XIII) 172-77; and the absence of condemnation, (XVII) 240-41; and the absence of the conscious and unconscious, (XVII) 165; and the absence of distraction, (XIII) 20; and the absence of division, (XVII) 193; and the absence of effort, (XVI) 63-64; and the absence of the entity, (XV) 170; and the absence of escape, (XVII) 42; and the absence of the fragmentary, (XIV) 202; and absence of loneliness, (V) 324; and the absence of memory, (XVII) 118; and the absence of the observer, (XVII) 89-90, 164-65; and the absence of reaction, (XIII) 322; and the absence of thought, (XVII) 148; and the absence of time, (XVII) 67; achieving, (XI) 8; (XII) 308;

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achieving through inattention, (XVII) 260-62; and achieving order, (XV) 174-75; achieving through understanding, (XVII) 67; and achieving understanding, (X) 85; and action, (IX) 203; as the action, (XVI) 246; and aloneness, (XI) 211; approach to, (IX) 177; as approach to problems, (X) 72; without authority, (IX) 128; and the aware mind, (XIV) 240; and awareness, (XII) 102; (XIII) 322, 324; (XIV) 111; (XVI) 185; and awareness of consciousness, (XVII) 146, 150-51; versus the awareness of inattention, (XVI) 190; and caring, (XIV) 127; and the center, (XV) 146; and cessation of following, (IX) 276-77; and choiceless awareness, (XVII) 240-41; and communication, (XVI) 41-42, 161; (XVII) 121; and communion, (XIV) 128; without comparison, (IX) 95-96; (XII) 12; and concentration, (XV) 178; versus concentration, (VIII) 292, 306; (IX) 49-50, 104-5; (XI) 119, 247, 353; (XII) 306; (XIII) 149-50, 264; without condemnation, (VIII) 344; conditions for, (XV) 113-14; and conflict, (V) 226; (IX) 101; and the conscious mind, (XI) 232; and the creative mind, (XI) 209-11; and death, (XIV) 256; defining, (IX) 79; (XI) 119; (XIV ) 62, 255; (XV) 161; and denial, (XIII) 92; and the denial of contradiction, (XIII) 72; describing, (XII) 215; (XVI) difficulty of, (XVI) 26; and direct contact, (XV) 161; versus discipline, (X) 181, 248; and discussion, (XVI) 253; and distraction, (XIII) 121, 336-37; versus distraction, (VIII) 327; as divided, (X) 117; and effort, (XII) 41; versus effort, (XV) 91; effortless, (IX) 280; (XIII) 216; (XVI) 142-43; to emptiness, (XVII) 124; and ending sorrow, (XV) 226; and the ending of thought, (XVI) 223; and energy, (IX) 133; (XIV) 88, 156; (XV) 112-13, 162; (XVII) 14; and examining, (XVI) 33; and the exclusion of fear, (XII) 252; as exclusive, (V) 166-67; (IX) 55; without exclusiveness, (IX) 153-54; and fact, (XII) 181; to fact, (XI) 288; and fear, (XI) 360; (XII) 249, 251; (XVII) 25, 165; and the field of the known, (XVI) 174; and freedom, (XIII) 173; (XVII) 39, 52; and freedom from fear, (XV) 321; and freedom from sorrow, (XIII) 313; and freedom of the mind, (XI) 51; and the freedom to look, (XVII) 211; and the free mind, (IX) 202; (XI) 5354; and goodness, (VIII) 317-18, 340; (IX) 92-93, 229; (XII) 134-35; and the hindrance of effort, (X) 139-40; and the hindrance of the gradual, (XVI) 227; and the hindrance of memory, (XIII) 325; and the hindrance of naming, (XI) 350-51; and the hindrance of resistance, (XIII) 231; and the hindrance of verbalization, (XVI) 50; and the hindrance of words, (XVII) 75; and inattention, (XV) 112-13, 153-54; (XVI) 152; and ideals, (V) 290; as inclusive, (XIII) 20, 154-55; and investigation, (XIII) 100; and joy, (XVII) 123; and knowing the unconscious, (XIV ) 62; and knowledge, (XI) 383; and learning, (IX) 197; (XI) 109; (XIV) 244; (XVI) 53, 73; as limitless, (XI) 83; limitless and awareness, (XI) 199-200; and listening, (IX) 237; (XI) 282, 330; (XII) 143-44, 248; (XIII) 108, 117, 125, 166, 170, 307; (XIV) 20, 48, 186, 193; (XV) 59, 89, 297; (XVI) 140, 144, 237; (XVII) 1, 24, 64, 101, 177, 274-75; and listening and seeing, (XIII) 70; and looking, (XVI) 130; (XVII) 259; and love, (XI) 79; meaning of, (X) 255-57; (XI) 7-8; (XVII) 115-16; and the meaning of words, (X) 112; and meditation, (XII) 44; (XIII) 192-93, 323, 324; (XIV) 301-2; (XV) 307-8; (XVI) 68; (XVII) 124, 125-26; without motive, (XVII) 50-51; (XIII) 174-75; and movement, (IX) 240; and mutation, (XVI) 6; and nonrepressive discipline, (XIV) 263; and notknowing, (XII) 251; and observation, (XI) 237; (XVII) 114; and the observer and the observed as one, (XIII) 335; versus the occupied mind, (IX) 140; as the only virtue, (XIII) 75; and overcoming laziness, (XVII) 124; and passion, (XIV) 154; and perception, (XI) 258; and the perception of confusion, (X) 36; and play watching, (XV) 177; and power, (IX) 276; and problems, (IX) 200-201; to problems, (X) 35, 167, 200; process of, (VIII) 312-13; (X) 235; (XI) 80-82; (XII) 264, 269; and the process of the mind, (IX) 214; quality of, (XIII) 162; and the quality of goodness, (VIII) 310; and the quiet mind, (IX) 135; and reaction, (X) 269-70; as real discipline, (XI) 104; without resistance, (XV) 310-11; and responding to the new, (XVII) 136-37; and seeing, (XIII) 72-73; (XV) 190-91; (XVI) 2; and seeing the fact, (XVI) 57; and seeing, listening, and learning, (XV) 130; and self-awareness, (XI) 158; versus selfconsciousness, (IX) 100; and self-discovery, (XIII) 216; and self-knowledge, (X) 181; and self-pity, (XVII) 127; and the sense of freedom, (XIV) 223; and separation of feeling and thought, (X) 264, 266; and seriousness, (XVII) 215-16; and the shallow mind, (XVII) 122; and silence, (XVI) 51; (XVII) 83; and the silent mind, (XIII) 264; and sorrow, (XIII) 84; (XIV ) 211; (XVI) 144; to sorrow, (XVII) 120; and space, (XV) 40; state of, (XI) 37-40; (XVI) 226; as a state of mind, (XII) 215; and the still mind, (X) 111-12; and stillness, (XII) 252; and the structure of pleasure, (XVII) 148; and the student, (XI) 9; and thinking, (IX) 191; and total action, (X) 175; as a total activity, (XVI) 161; as total good, (X) 33; and total silence, (XV) 238; and total virtue, (XI) 276; and transformation, (V) 285; types of, (IX) 69; and the unconditioned mind, (IX) 88; understanding, (XII) 167; (XVII) 44-45, 168, 259-60; and understanding, (VIII) 345-46; (XI) 248-49, 322; (XIII) 217; (XIV ) 82; (XVI) 128; and understanding conflict, (XIV) 10; and understanding fear, (XI) 175; and understanding the problem, (XI) 363-64; and the unknowable, (XIII) 188; as unlimited, (XI) 163-65; and the unoccupied mind, (X) 189; and verbalization, (XI) 389; and violence, (XVII) 259; and virtue, (XIV) 46, 218; and the virtuous mind, (XIII) 278; and the

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whole, (XIV) 262. See also Concentration; Listening; Meditation; Mind Attention and inattention: two states of, (XVII) 22021. See also Attention; Inattention Attentive: defining, (XII) 203. See also Attention At the Feet of the Master, (II) 28-29; and followers, (XIV) 71 Attitude: necessity for, (III) 61 Attraction: and repulsion, (V) 55 Austerity, (X) 248-49; and abandonment, (VIII) 31112; as complete attention, (X) 257; and continuity, (XIV) 45; defining, (XII) 165-66; (XIV) 27; (XV) 225; (XVI) 282; (XVII) 237-38; and inward aloneness, (XIII) 269; and love, (XVII) 242; and observation, (XIV) 27-28; and order, (XVII) 239, 242; and passion, (XI) 374; and self-abandonment, (XII) 273; and self-knowing, (XIV) 117; and sensitivity, (X) 134-35; and simplicity, (XIV) 26869; (XV) 136. See also Simplicity Authoritarianism: and obedience, (VII) 132; spread of, (XI) 41. See also Authority; Tyranny Authority, (l) 75, 167-68; (II) 15, 161-62; (III) 54; (VI) 65-67, 185, 248-50; (VII) 51-54, 230, 299303; (IX) 145-47, 147-52; (X) 204-6; (XI) 379-83; (XII) 234-38, 295-99; (XIII) 9-12, 120-24; (XIV) 244-47; (XVII) 33-34, 173-79; and the ability to think, (VII) 73-75; (VIII) 370; absence of, (XIV) 1; and the absence of freedom, (XVII) 218; acceptance of, (III) 237; (XVI) 181; acceptance of factual, (X) 126-27; acceptance of the religious, (XIV) 258-59; and the accumulation of knowledge, (IX) 167; and ambition, (VII) 84; and the analysis of dreams, (XIII) 293; and anarchy, (X) 70; attitude of, (XV) 227; and the awakened mind, (IX) 233-34; as background, (XIII) 234; as barrier to learning, (IX) 196-97; and the battle for the mind, (XI) 42; and beauty, (XIV) 308; and belief, (V) 353-54; (XVI) 255; as broken parts, (XI) 107; and the center, (XI) 225; and challenge, (V) 182-83; and change, (VIII) 27; (XVI) 174; (XVII) 10, 3334; and children, (VII) 65-68; and commitment, (XVII) 18; and community, (V) 133-34; (VI) 11617; versus comparison, (X) 188-89; and conditioning, (XI) 217, 358, 360-62; (XVII) 97, 139; and the conditioning of children, (IX) 108; and the conditioning of inattention, (XVII) 261; and conflict, (VI) 198-99; and conformity, (VIII) 179-80; (X) 138; (XII) 28; (XIV) 268; and confusion, (III) 235; (VIII) 213, 231; (IX) 29, 89, 246; (X) 35-36; (XI) 179, 181; (XIV) 12; (XVI) 2, 259, 280; (XVII) 17-18; confusion of spiritual, (XVII) 161; and contradiction, (XI) 317; (XIII) 235; and the control of thought, (X) 99-101; and cooperation, (VIII) 256; versus cooperation, (XIV) 266; craving for, (IV) 44-45; creating, (l) 6, 16; (VIII) 85, 208, 213-14; (IX) 145-47; creation of, (XII) 203-4; and creativity, (II) 37; versus creativity, (VIII) 183; and criticism, (XIV ) 33-34; and cruelty, (l) 163-64; and culture, (XV) 27; danger of, (XVI) 281-82; as the death of truth, (XII) 167-68; defining, (II) 193-94; (XV) 321-22; and denial, (XII) 224-25, 250; denial of, (XIII) 55; (XVI) 184, 234; and dependence as love, (VII) 8889; dependence on, (XVI) 196; (XVII) 121, 217; and dependence on the past, (XVI) 47; and dependency, (l) 21; (IX) 109; and desire, (XIV) 97; desire for, (XVII) 206; and the desire for change, (VIII) 21-23; and the desire for order, (XII) 189; and desire for reflected glory, (V) 133-34; and the desire for success, (XII) 295, 298; and the desire to change, (XVII) 197; and the desire to be helped, (VII) 11-12; desire to receive help from, (XIV) 163; as destructive, (IX) 207; (XIV) 230, 235; and deterioration, (IX) 285; as detrimental, (XI) 377; versus direct experience, (XI) 184; discarding, (XVII) 43; and the disciple, (X) 127-28; and discipline, (VII) 146-47; (X) 96; and disorder, (XV) 328-29; (XVII) 173-74, 197, 200; and division(s), (IX) 169-70; (XV) 227; and dogma, (II) 208; and domination, (XI) 9; and doubt, (l) 154-55; and the dull life, (VII) 118; and duty, (VII) 122-23; and education, (VIII) 282-83; (X) 65, 147; ending of, (XV) 219; as end to self-knowledge, (IV) 141; as escape, (l) 127-28; and escape from confusion, (XVII) 227; and escape from daily life, (XI) 386-87; and escape from problems, (XV) 191; as evil, (V) 178; (XI) 181; (XII) 296; evil of, (X) 70, 77-78; and example, (IX) 201-2; and experience, (XIII) 71; and exploitation, (l) 172-73; (III) 25, 26; (V) 308; (VIII) 25; as exploiter, (II) 163; external and inward, (VII) 300-301; and the fact, (XIII) 38; failure of, (VIII) 142; (XVII) 94, 133; and the false, (XII) 279; and fear, (l) 11; (II) 223; (VII) 63; (VIII) 199-200; (XII) 278; (XV) 322; (XVII) 16, 227; and the fear of being different, (IX) 14; fear of questioning, (XVII) 129; and the field of the collective, (IX) 126; and followers, (VIII) 43-46, 47-48, 171-73; (XIV) 28; and following, (XI) 347-48; and following patterns, (XVI) 232; forms of, (XI) 380; (XIV) 171; versus freedom, (XI) 65-67; freedom from, (V) 18-19, 24, 218-19; (VIII) 141-42, 152; (IX) 14, 244-45; (X) 99-101; (XII) 204; (XIII) 334; (XIV ) 18-20, 11617, 130-31, 172-73; (XV) 312; freedom from conditioning, (IX) 2-3; freedom from psychological, (XIII) 334; and freedom from tradition, (XII) 171; and the free mind, (IX) 218; versus the free mind, (X) 172-73; function of, (XIII) 70-71; futility of, (IV) 33; (X) 71; (XI) 23031; (XIII) 61; (XVI) 233; and God, (XIII) 41-42; government, (XII) 286; as guide to happiness, (V) 256-58; and helping sufferers, (XIII) 313; as hindrance, (IV) 115; (X) 21; (XII) 180; as hindrance to change, (VII) 51-52; (XVII) 50, 198; as hindrance to clarity, (XIV) 229; as hindrance to communication, (XI) 155-56; as hindrance to communion, (XVI) 161; as hindrance to discovery, (X) 122-24; (XIII) 215; as hindrance to exploration, (XVII) 161; as hindrance to freedom, (XV) 172-73; as hindrance to inquiry, (XVI) 221;

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as hindrance to learning, (XIV ) 170-71, 246; (XV) 12; as hindrance to the new, (XVI) 214; as hindrance to the new mind, (XII) 114; as hindrance to observation, (XIII) 335-36; as hindrance to order, (XV) 298; as hindrance to reality, (II) 157; (XI) 204; as hindrance to religion, (X) 181; as hindrance to self-inquiry, (X) 254; as hindrance to self-knowledge, (IV) 78; (X) 48; as hindrance to solving problems, (IX) 206; as hindrance to truth, (X) 109-10, 165; (XI) 20; as hindrance to understanding, (X) 33; (XI) 166; as hindrance to the unknown, (IX) 54; and humility, (XVII) 274; versus humility, (IX) 112; and idea of God, (VII) 85-86; and ideology, (XVII) 180; as immoral, (X) 198; and the imposition of formulas, (XIV) 142; versus the individual, (XI) 145; versus individual discovery, (VIII) 342-43; and inequality, (VIII) 180-81; and influence, (XIII) 226-27, 326; inner and outer, (II) 157-58; (VIII) 213-14; and inquiry, (IX) 269-71; and inquiry into deterioration, (XIV) 29-30; and inquiry into the true, (XIV) 265; and insensitivity, (XV) 277; and the intellect, (III) 187; and intelligence, (VII) 189-90; internal and external, (II) 177-78; and the interpretation of dreams, (X) 120; inward and outward, (III) 82; (XII) 144; and knowledge, (VII) 102-4, 310-11, 312; (X) 260-61; (XIV) 86-87; and the known, (X) 87; and the law, (XVI) 17; of law, (XV) 92; and learning, (XIV) 171, 292; versus learning, (XI) 2; (XIII) 245; levels of, (VII) 300, 302; liberation from, (XIII) 58-59; and listening, (VIII) 173-74; (XV) 239; and looking at the self, (XIV) 242; and the loss of faith, (XVII) 57; and loss of harmony, (II) 37; and the loss of inquiry, (XIV) 75; and love, (XVI) 64; (XVII) 187-88; in marriage, (V) 87; and the meaning of life, (X) 66; and the mechanical mind, (IX) 187; and the mediocre mind, (VIII) 124; and meditation, (XI) 247; (XIII) 152, 154; (XV) 84; versus meditation, (IX) 74, 132, 279-80; and method, (IX) 176; (XV) 83-84; as momentary satisfaction, (XIII) 65-66; and mutual discovery, (V) 64; and the narrowing of freedom, (XI) 247; necessary forms of, (XIII) 72; need for, (II) 16465, 196; (VIII) 25; (IX) 256-57; and need for security, (VI) 94; (IX) 8; and the need through fear, or religious, psychological and philosophical, (IX) 3; need to abandon, (X) 131-32; need to be independent of, (XVII) 5-6; and the need to find answers, (XVII) 133; need to understand, (V) 19; versus the negative approach, (XI) 292; versus the new, (IX) 278; versus new thinking, (XIV) 5; nonacceptance of, (XV) 317-18; (XVII) 269; nonreliance on, (XVI) 38; and obedience, (XIII) 70-71, 73, 261; versus observation, (XIV) 18, 1920; and the old mind, (XIV) 15, 20; and organizations, (V) 184; and organized religion, (V) 36-37; origins of, (II) 224-25; over others, (II) 22; and parenting, (l) 55-56; as path to darkness, (XVI) 51; placing trust in, (XIV) 275-77; and political peace, (VIII) 225; and positive thinking, (XII) 283; and power, (V) 45; and prayer, (XIV) 156; and the principle of pleasure, (XVII) 66; and problems, (XV) 212; and the promise of physical security, (XVII) 174; and psychological order, (XV) 57; and the purpose of life, (VII) 86-87; (VIII) 328; questioning, (XIII) 4-5; and questioning, (XII) 285-87; and reaction, (XII) 21; and the reasons for dependency, (IX) 61-62; rejection of, (XII) 145; (XV) 95, 97; (XVI) 92-93; (XVII) 154, 198; and relationship, (IV) 142; and religion, (IX) 38-39; (X) 125; (XI) 146; (XIII) 333, 336; (XIV) 6, 8687; and religious dogma, (l ) 150; and the religious life, (XIV ) 267; and the religious mind, (XII) 270, 323-24; versus the religious mind, (XIII) 88-89; (XVII) 246; and repetition, (XV) 251; and resistance to change, (XI) 311; and revolution, (II) 230-31; and righteousness, (X) 184; on right and wrong, (VII) 291; and the ritualistic mind, (XII) 84; and search, (IX) 48-49, 87, 180-81, 184-85; the search for, (IV) 46; (X) 203, 205-6; and the search for answers, (XV) 106; and the search for comfort, (XV) 241; and the search for God, (VII) 72; (VIII) 254; and the search for an ideal, (II) 211-12; and the search for life’s meaning, (X) 63; and the search for meaning, (VIII) 240-41; and the search for permanence, (XVII) 151; and search for security, (X) 66; (XI) 36; (XIV ) 129-30; and search for truth, (II) 233; (IX) 165-66; (XI) 222-23; and security, (VIII) 47; (XIII) 176; (XIV) 130; and seeking, (XVII) 87; self as, (XVII) 70; versus selfdiscovery, (X) 179; and self-knowledge, (V) 22425; versus self-knowledge, (IX) 79; without selfknowledge, (IV) 71; versus sensitivity, (XV) 21; and sex, (XIV) 166; and social morality, (XII) 14243; and social obedience, (VIII) 83-84; and solutions, (VII) 140-42; as a solution to problems, (XVI) 72; as source of confusion, (V) 90; as source of oppression, (II) 196; spiritual, (X) 204-5; (XIII) 108; (XV) 92; and success, (XIII) 75; and teaching, (IX) 238-40; and thought, (XII) 205; and time, (IX) 177; and the timeless, (IX) 138; and tradition, (XVII) 280; and traditional behavior, (XVII) 200; and tranquillity, (IV) 23; and the true and false, (XV) 3; and the true democrat, (XVII) 270; and truth, (VIII) 144; versus truth, (IX) 67; (XI) 167; types of, (III) 57; (VII) 51-52; (X) 2056; as tyrannical, (XI) 260; tyranny of, (XII) 144, 145; and uncertainty, (XIII) 63; uncertainty and the desire for, (XVI) 207; understanding, (l) 75; (II) 153-54; (IV) 8; (XI) 348; (XIII) 227; understanding the anatomy of, (XIV ) 86-87; and understanding fear, (XIV) 246-47; understanding the process of, (XI) 180; and the uneducated, (II) 182; and violence, (IX) 118; (XVII) 257; and the willingness to be led, (XIV) 244-45; and world tyranny, (XV) 162; and the word, (XII) 314-15; and working together, (XI) 308; and world crisis, (XII) 283; and world problems, (XVII) 160; and worship, (l) 138; (IX) 110, 112; worship of, (III) 213-14; (XIV) 162, 166; (XVII) 77; and

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yesterday’s ideas, (XI) 225-26. See also Educators; Escape; Followers; Gurus; Harmony; Leaders; Master(s); Priest; Reality; Religion; Society; Specialists; State; Teacher(s) Authority of law: as necessary, (XIII) 120-23 Automation: and daily living, (XVI) 190; effects of, (XVII) 128; and leisure, (XIV) 162, 203; (XV) 9596, 97; (XVI) 54; (XVII) 167; and the mechanical, (XIII) 77. See also Computers; Electronic brain; Technology Avoidance : and domination, (V) 303; and fear, (XVI) 109. See also Escape; Isolation Awake: and asleep (VII) 171 Awakened intelligence: state of, (XIII) 266 Awakened mind: and authority, (IX) 233-34. See also Mind; Occupied mind; Quiet mind Awakening: through conflict, (II) 147-48; individual, (II) 168; of true intelligence, (II) 205. See also Fulfillment; Intelligence Awareness, (l) 16-17, 46-47, 98; (II) 41, 59, 75, 98, 100-101, 108, 115, 136; (III) 36, 171-72, 174-75, 189, 190, 193, 198-201; (VI) 222; (XII) 305-6, 311-13; and the absence of distraction, (XIII) 27879; and the absence of fear, (XV) 292; of the absence of love, (IX) 267-68; and the absence of the unconscious, (XVI) 226; and acceptance, (X) 59; achieving, (XI) 34; (XII) 266; and achieving attention, (XVII) 261; and achieving joy, (XVI) 71; and acquisition, (IX) 40; and action, (l) 57-58, 153-54; (II) 76-77; (IV) 196; (IX) 30-31, 285-87; (XI) 267; of action(s), (XII) 68, 73; (XIII) 327-28; and ambition, (XII) 310, 312; and asking the right question, (XVII) 137; and attachment, (IX) 38; (X) 116; attempt to maintain, (XIII) 325; and attention, (XI) 200; (XIV) 159-60; (XVII) 116; and austerity, (XIV) 45; and authority, (VII) 20-21, 313; and beauty, (X) 270; and beyond conditioning, (IX) 101; and the center, (XII) 155; of the center, (XI) 135-36, 346; and the cessation of dreams, (X) 120; and cessation of escapes, (V) 345-46; and cessation of gossip, (V) 288; and cessation of the past, (IX) 266-67; and the cessation of thought, (VIII) 236; of challenge and response, (XII) 75-76; and change, (VII) 38; (VIII) 162; (XI) 172-73, 276; and choice, (VIII) 216, 232; (XV) 38; choiceless, (VIII) 22425; (IX) 35-36, 38; (X) 16, 36; of comparison, (XIV) 194; without comparison, (XV) 136; complications of, (XVI) 186; versus concentration, (X) 161; without condemnation, (IV) 190-91; (VII) 297; (VIII) 127; (IX) 47-48, 72-73, 124; (XI) 158; and the conditioned state, (III) 114; and conditioning, (VII) 266; (VIII) 217-19; (IX) 3536, 160, 162-65; (XV) 138; (XVII) 98, 107, 166, 218; of conditioning, (IX) 144-45; (X) 108, 12223; (XI) 271-72; and conflict, (II) 43; (V) 349, 351; (XIII) 21, 50; (XIV) 10, 12; of conflict, (XVI) 84, 85; and conformity, (XV) 216; of confusion, (IX) 89, 246-47; of the conscious, (XIV) 62-63, 65; of conscious and unconscious, (VII) 72; (XV) 271; and consciousness, (VIII) 210; of consciousness, (XIV) 7; and contradiction, (IX) 6; of contradiction, (VIII) 324; (XII) 24; (XV) 178, 249-50; and cooperation, (VIII) 256; versus cultivation, (IX) 270; curing hate with, (III) 238-39; of death, (XI) 366; of death and love, (XIV) 213-14; defining, (III) 51-52; 117, 178-79; (IV) 69-70, 112-13, 201-2; (XIII) 34, 321-22; and denial, (XIII) 53; and desire, (X) 245; (XII) 245; of desire, (XI) 204; (XVII) 185; of desire for permanence, (VII) 329-30; and the destruction of ‘me’, (VII) 30-31; and discipline, (II) 62-63; (III) 247; (V) 259-60; (VIII) 295; (XIV) 4, 218; as discipline, (XVII) 59; of discontent, (IX) 38; and discovery of the mind, (XVII) 14; and discovery of the true, (XII) 280; discovery through, (II) 17-18; of the disintegrating mind, (XIV) 28; of disorder, (XV) 206-7; and dissipation of anger, (III) 157-58; and distraction, (IX) 10-11; without division, (XII) 101-2; and domination, (V) 304; and dreams, (IX) 60-61, 124; (X) 55; (XVII) 84; and duality, (VIII) 173; of duality, (XIV) 36; and the dull mind, (XII) 17-18; and dying to habit, (XI) 136; and dying to the known, (XV) 231, 233; and dying to pleasure, (XV) 291; and earnestness, (XI) 74; and education, (l) 44; and effort, (III) 58, 65-66; (IV) 209; (VII) 258, 298-99; and emptiness, (II) 44-45; of emptiness, (X) 30; and the emptying of the mind, (XVII) 82, 83; and the empty mind, (IX) 23; (XIV) 269; and the end of ‘becoming’, (X) 272; and the end of seeking, (XV) 242; and the end of thought, (IX) 141-42; as end to conflict, (IV) 71; and energy, (XIII) 231; and entering into the unknown, (IX) 54; and environment, (II) 16; (IX) 5; and envy, (VI) 342-43; of envy, (IX) 252; (XIII) 41; and escape, (l) 17; (IV) 166-67; without exclusion, (XVI) 185; and experience, (X) 145-46; (XIII) 222; of experience, (XI) 88; and exploitation, (X) 169; and the external environment, (VIII) 229-30; of the fact, (VIII) 346; (XI) 31-32; (XII) 164-65; of the fact of fear, (XIII) 34, 36; and fasting, (IX) 201; and fear, (XII) 43; of fear, (VII) 291, 315-16; (XI) 174-75; (XVI) 175, 210-11; without fear, (III) 96; and feeling, (XI) 72-73; and following, (IX) 152; of the fragmentary life, (XVII) 243; of fragmentation, (XV) 102-4; and freedom, (l) 7, 139; (II) 17-18; (V) 321; (VIII) 206-7, 238; (XI) 182-83; and freedom from conditioning, (VIII) 270; (X) 158-59; and freedom from dreams, (X) 151-52; and freedom from fear, (XIII) 250; and freedom from influences, (X) 115-16; and freedom from the past, (X) 209-10; (XIV) 216-17; and the free mind, (XI) 105, 257-58; and free thought, (II) 42; and guilt, (X) 243-44; of guilt, (XI) 347; and habit, (X) 19; (XV) 135-36; of habits, (III) 73-74; (XI) 82, 298-99; (XIII) 239-40; and harmony, (l) 30; hindrance to, (l) 192-94; as hindrance to conditioning, (XIII) 8; as a human being, (XVI) 150; of human problems, (XI) 259; of ideology, (XVII) 141; and illusion, (III) 121; (V) 282; of image, (XV) 201-2; of inattention, (XVII) 120; and

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influences, (XII) 258, 321; of influences, (IX) 257; (XIII) 128, 300; and initiative, (VII) 63-64; of the inner and outer, (XV) 242-43; of inner conflict, (XIV) 48; of inner deterioration, (IX) 264; and inquiry into death, (XIII) 316; and integration, (VII) 18-19; and intelligence, (II) 175; (VIII) 139; of interference and fact, (XIII) 39-40; without introspection, (XVII) 252; and isolation, (III) 213; without judgement, (VIII) 270; of the known, (XI) 72, 282; and learning, (X) 173; (XIII) 21; (XIV) 178; (XV) 174-75; (XVII) 59; and learning about the self, (XIV ) 262; of life, (XI) 334; (XV) 230; of life and death, (X) 60-61; of life’s pettiness, (XI) 284-85; of life without condemnation, (IX) 93-94; and the limitation of consciousness, (XVII) 3; of limitations, (III) 98; (IV) 64; and listening, (XIV ) 8, 122-23; (XVI) 3; while listening, (VIII) 327; of loneliness, (IX) 119-20; (X) 52-53; (XI) 237; (XII) 314-15; maintaining, (l) 43-44; of masks, (XVI) 226-28; meaning of, (X) 53-54; (XII) 54-55; (XIII) 234, 330; (XIV) 69; (XV) 100, 194, 210; (XVII) 61, 224-25; and mediocrity, (X) 59; and meditation, (l) 28, 171; (VI) 367; (VIII) 326; (IX) 74; (XI) 247, 279; (XII) 42; (XIII) 45; (XIV ) 263; (XVI) 148; (XVII) 150; and memory, (VII) 187; and the mind, (X) 20; (XII) 147; of the mind, (VIII) 197; (XI) 170, 237-38; (XIII) 234-35; (XIV) 205; (XV) 276; of the mind’s limitations, (XII) 72; at the moment of pleasure, (XVI) 285; moment to moment, (VII) 324, 326-27; (X) 111; as momentous, (XIII) 184; without motive, (VIII) 313; and the movement of knowing, (XI) 270; and mutation, (XII) 311; and naming, (V) 274-75; necessity for, (IV) 142; (X) 64; need for, (XV) 138-39; and the new mind, (XII) 114; and not naming feelings, (XIII) 237; and the now, (XV) 267; and observation, (XIV ) 301; (XV) 140; (XVI) 114; and the observer of conflict, (XIII) 285-86; of the occupied mind, (IX) 205-7; and order, (XV) 172; and passive acceptance, (VI) 17, 20; and the past, (XVII) 22; of patterns, (XV) 99; and pleasure, (XVII) 84-85; of power, (XI) 277; (XII) 56; and prejudice, (V) 341; of the present, (XI) 174; (XIV ) 28-29; of problems, (XV) 192-95; (XVI) 173; of the problem of living, (XIV) 41-42; and problem solving, (VI) 333; as a process, (VIII) 243; the process of, (IV) 208-9; (XII) 43-44, 301-2; and process of confusion, (V) 368-69; and process of craving, (III) 164-66; of the process of living, (XVI) 190; of the process of truth, (XII) 34; process of understanding, (X) 90-92; and the quiet mind, (V) 296-97; (VII) 25; (XIV) 38-39; (XVII) 242; and recognition, (XI) 370; of relationship, (IX) 139; and religious freedom, (IX) 39; and religious practices, (l) 138; and renewal, (XVI) 244; retaining, (XVI) 151-52; and revolution, (II) 230-31; (VIII) 6; (XI) 387; and right relationship, (XVII) 7; of search, (IX) 209-10; of self, (XII) 109, 114; (XIV) 16-18; and self-abandonment, (XI) 99; of self-centeredness, (VII) 39; of selfcontradiction, (VIII) 266-68; (XI) 219-20, 262-63; and self-discovery, (VIII) 233; and selfknowledge, (VI) 50; (VIII) 15; (IX) 216; (X) 9, 34, 199; (XI) 186, 377; (XV) 84-85; and selfunderstanding, (XIII) 200-201; and sensitivity, (XIII) 85; and the serious mind, (IX) 183, 185; and silence, (IX) 66; (XIII) 212; and simplicity, (XI) 151-52; and specialization, (V) 293-96; and the state of attention, (XI) 249; and the still mind, (VIII) 325; (IX) 80; (XIII) 335; of the structure of conflict, (XIV) 13; and the structure of fear, (XVI) 179; and the structure of pleasure, (XVI) 154; of stupidity, (VII) 216-17; and suffering, 32-33; (V) 315-16; (X) 58; (XVI) 230; technique for, (IV) 73; and technological knowledge, (XVII) 47; and the thinker, (X) 15; and the thinker and the thought, (XV) 218; of thinker and thought, (V) 337; (VII) 231-32; and thought, (XIII) 48; of thoughts, (IX) 114; three stages of, (IV) 26-27, 74; three states of, (III) 225-26; and time, (XVI) 180; of time, (XI) 366; (XV) 115-16, 122; and total attention, (X) 140; and total change, (X) 184; of the totality, (IX) 14; (X) 253; of the totality of consciousness, (XVII) 145-46, 150-51; transcending thought through, (IV) 73; and transformation, (IV) 75; and the trivial mind, (VII) 32-33; as true process of education, (VII) 320; and truth, (l) 8; (V) 352; (XVII) 187-88; and the unconditioned mind, (III) 99-100; of unconscious habits, (XIII) 243-44; understanding, (IV) 143-4; (IX) 69, 139-40; (X) 17; (XVII) 45, 55; and understanding, (XIII) 337; and understanding contradiction, (XVI) 153; and understanding the mind, (VIII) 109; and understanding the word, (XVII) 199; and violence, (X) 82-83; and virtue, (XIII) 159; and voluntary effort, (II) 225; and the watcher and the watched, (XIII) 337; and watchfulness, (l) 66-67; of will and time, (XVII) 105; and will of understanding, (III) 155; and work, (XIII) 212. See also Attention; Discernment; Freedom; God; Happiness; Ignorance; Intelligence; Quiet mind; Reality; Selfawareness; Self-knowledge; Truth; Understanding Awareness, action, and living: as the same, (XVII) 253. See also Action; Awareness; Living Background: as authority, (XIII) 234, and belief, (XVII) 151-52; and challenge, (XVI) 220; and challenge and response, (XVI) 209-10; and conditioning, (IX) 35-36; (X) 20-21; defining, (X) 11-12; and distortion, (XIII) 316; and experience, (IX) 161; (XIII) 259-60; and the fact, (XIII) 3738; and the interpretation of words, (XVII) 194, 195; looking with and without, (XVI) 204; need to understand, (X) 11-12, 14; and problems, (XVI) 209-10; and response, (XV) 23; and thinking, (X) 214, 219-20; understanding, (IX) 259; (XIII) 36. See also Conditioning; Conformity; Culture; Environment; Society ; Tradition Bad: versus good, (VIII) 309-11

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See also Revolt; Younger generation Beauty: and abandonment, (XII) 273; through abandonment, (VIII) 11-12; ability to appreciate, (XI) 42-43, 74; absence of, (XVI) 95; and absence of the center, (XI) 345; and the absence of fear, (XII) 156; and the absence of thought, (XVII) 23334; achieving the state of, (XIII) 143; and aloneness, (XVI) 38; appreciation of, (V) 111-13; (XI) 42-43; and art, (XIII) 176-77; art of seeing, (V) 146; awareness of, (VIII) 173; and clarity, (XIV) 106; and concentration, (XI) 119; and conditioning, (XI) 32; and creation, (XII) 326; (XV) 93-94; and creativity, (VIII) 107-8; defining, (VI) 96-97; (X) 269-70; (XV) 26; defining the state of, (XVII) 85; defining through conditioning, (XV) 260; denial of, (XV) 61; desire for, (XII) 131; and the ending of time, (XVI) 240; and energy, (XII) 290; as escape, (VI) 298; external and internal, (VIII) 83; and feeling, (XIV) 289; and freedom, (XI) 66-67; goodness and truth as one, (X) 269; and the hindrance of the mind, (VIII) 115; and human relationships, (XVII) 90; inability to cultivate, (XIV ) 199-200; insensitivity to, (XIV) 153; inward and outward, (V) 111-13; knowing, (XVII) 187; and knowing love, (XVII) 242; and living, (XII) 17; living with, (XII) 12, 136; loss of, (XIV) 137; and love, (XIV) 308-9; (XV) 26; meaning of, (V) 35-36; (XIV) 268-69; (XV) 28586; and meditation, (XVI) 66-67; nature of, (XVI) 25-26; and the need for passion, (XVII) 157; and negative thinking, (XI) 92, 94; without the object, (XVI) 123; and the observer, (XV) 314; and passion, (XII) 245; and peace, (VII) 127; perception of, (XI) 143; as perishable, (VII) 100101; and pleasure, (XV) 142; (XVII) 181; quality of, (XI) 373-74; (XVII) 85; and the quiet mind, (XV) 190; and religion, (XIV) 166; (XVI) 64-65; and the religious mind, (XII) 226; (XIV) 45; as sacredness, (XV) 243; scarcity of, (XVI) 51; seeing, (XVI) 301; and seeing factually, (XVI) 240-41; sense of, (XVI) 148; (XVII) 207; and the sensitive mind, (IX) 272-73; (XII) 105, 165-66; and sensitivity, (XV) 81, 93; sensitivity to, (XI) 278; and sharing, (XV) 227; and simplicity, (VIII) 106; (XI) 10; (XV) 175; state of, (IX) 118; and the state of abandonment, (XI) 205; and the state of aloneness, (XIV ) 220-22; state of mind of, (XIV) 110; and the state of negation, (XII) 255; and the state of self-abandonment, (XIII) 252; and time, (XIV) 222; (XVI) 239, 240; and total inaction, (XVI) 212; and total revolution, (XVI) 48; as truth, (V) 35-36; and ugliness, (VII) 206-8; ugliness, and the ability to see, (VII) 109-10; understanding, (XIV) 222; understanding the quality of, (XVI) 114; as unrelated to daily life, (XVII) 132; as whole process, (VII) 110; without the word, (XII) 181. See also Becoming; Caring; Death; Life; Living; Love Beauty, death, and love: as connected, (XIII) 105 Beauty, love, death, and creation: as related, (XV) 142. See also Beauty; Death Becoming, (IV) 29; and action, (XII) 128; and authority, (IV) 163; and being, (XI) 297; versus being, (VII) 197-200; (X) 266-69; (XV) 73; and belief in progress, (V) 127-29; as a cause of conflict, (XIII) 255; cessation of, (VIII) 169-71; and concentration, (XI) 200; and conflict, (IV) 56; (V) 213, 216-17; (VIII) 197, 318; (XII) 264-65; (XIII) 18; and confusion, (VII) 197-99; and contradiction, (XI) 26; and the creation of problems, (XIII) 273; as denial of what is, (IV) 135; and desire, (VIII) 158-59; and the desire for ‘more’, (X) 261; as destructive, (XII) 127; and dissatisfaction, (IX) 46; and the dull mind, (VIII) 173; and effort, (V) 116-17; (VIII) 51-52; (XI) 246; and the effort of self-denial, (X) 75; and envy, (VIII) 107-8; (X) 241-42; as envy, (XII) 110; and exploitation, (X) 169; and fear, (V) 321-22; and fear of death, (XI) 192; freedom from, (X) 246-47; futility of, (V) 364; and gradualism, (VIII) 339-40; as hindrance to total comprehension, (X) 87-88; hunger for, (XIII) 203; and ideals, (XI) 24; and jealousy, (VIII) 97-98; and the known, (VIII) 215; and levels of consciousness, (IV) 195; and the loss of beauty, (VIII) 340-42; and meditation, (V) 211; and memory, (IV) 190 (V) 120; and the mind, (VIII) 16, 18; process of, (VIII) 319; (X) 266-69; and process of ambition, (VII) 241-42; and process of understanding, (IV) 51-52; versus religious freedom, (IX) 34; and search, (IX) 20; and the search for God, (IX) 40; as secondary, (X) 267-68; and self-contradiction, (XI) 262; and simplicity, (V) 370; and sorrow, (X) 57-58; and thought, (X) 113; and time, (V) 139; (XI) 76; and understanding, (V) 270; (IX) 170; and virtue, (V) 365; and war, (IX) 71; and will, (IV) 42; 285. See also Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Being: Envy; Experience; Experiencing; Fulfillment; Success; Virtue Becoming still: versus being still, (IV) 12, 26 Beginning: and the ending, (XI) 219, 223. See also Death; Living Behavior: change in, (XV) 65-66; and freedom, (XVII) 201; as human activity, (XVII) 200; and right and wrong conduct, (XVII) 201-2; as righteousness, (X) 233-36; and tradition, (XVII) 200 Being, (IV) 191; versus action, (XI) 16, 317; versus becoming, (IV) 111; (X) 266-69; and the creative mind, (VIII) 97; and “how”, (VIII) 190; and

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intelligence, (VIII) 174; and learning, (XI) 297; as nothing, (X) 266, 268; precedes action, (IX) 262; as primary, (X) 267-68; and religion, (VIII) 170; and revolution, (VII) 197-200; versus ‘to be’, (VII) 103-4; understanding, (IV) 51-52; versus words, (XI) 340-41. See also Becoming; Experiencing; Fact; Truth; What is Belief: (l) 149, 150, 152-54; (II) 31; (V) 198, 238-40, 352-54; (VI) 253-57; (XVI) 253-56; and action, (XVI) 268; and the afterlife, (IX) 16; and authority, (VII) 52; versus awareness of existence, (XIV) 77; and background, (XVII) 151-52; basis of, (l) 15253; as cause of war, (V) 15; (VII) 145-46; and change, (VII) 46; and circumstances, (XVII) 96; versus clear perception, (XIV) 266; commitment to, (XI) 324; and conditioning, (V) 202, 205; (VII) 257-58, 266-67; (VIII) 234; (IX) 161; (X) 66-67, 108-9, 221-23; (XI) 17, 387; (XII) 48, 238; (XV) 41; (XVI) 111, 156; (XVII) 109-10, 171; and confusion, (XVI) 255-56, 275; and contradiction, (XI) 22-24; and cooperation, (VI) 315-16; and craving, (III) 164-65; creating through craving, (III) 174; creation of, (II) 165; (VIII) 277; (XVI) 282; and cruelty, (VI) 111; and death, (IX) 115; (X) 97; (XIII) 186; (XIV) 104; defining, (VII) 44; and the denial of freedom, (XIII) 6; and dependence on authority, (IX) 113; and dependence on the past, (XVI) 47; and desire, (VII) 78-79; and desire for permanence, (VII) 328; and desire for security, (VII) 279; as destructive, (VII) 225-26; and destructive energy, (XIII) 112; as detriment to discovery, (XII) 126; as division, (II) 42; and divisions, (IX) 145; and division by conditioning, (VIII) 217; as divisive, (V) 171; (VI) 111, 152, 339-41; and divisive thought, (VI) 48-49; and doubt, (l) 154-55; as a drug, (XVII) 7; and the dull mind, (VII) 43-44; and environment, (II) 16; and escape, (X) 7; (XI) 286; as escape, (III) 7, 2122; (V) 263; (VIII) 135-36; as escape from conflict, (II) 37; establishment of, (II) 15-16; examining, (IV) 103-4; examining the need for, (XVI) 265; and experience, (V) 334, 336; versus experiencing, (V) 186; and experiencing God, (VII) 44-45; versus fact, (VIII) 334; falseness of, (V) 49; and false security, (VI) 318; and fear, (VII) 302; (VIII) 150-51; (XI) 241-43; (XIV) 24; (XV) 317; and fear of death, (XII) 161; (XVII) 149; and the fear of disturbance, (XI) 315-16; and followers, (XVI) 234; freedom from, (VIII) 311; (IX) 144-45, 173; (X) 24; (XV) 318-19; (XVII) 41; and freedom from conditioning, (X) 26; and freedom from fear, (III) 59; freeing the mind of, (XVI) 260; and the free mind, (VIII) 264; versus the free mind, (XI) 105; and the futility of search, (VIII) 326-28; and God, (II) 33-34; (XIII) 41-42; (XIV) 131; in God, (IX) 227-28; in God or science, (III) 9; as habit, (VIII) 78-79; and the hereafter, (VII) 331; as hindrance, (II) 42; (III) 223-24; (IV) 120, 151, 157, 159; (VI) 71, 111; (IX) 234; as hindrance to experiencing, (V) 188; as hindrance to God, (XV) 326; as hindrance to inquiry, (IX) 182, 185; as hindrance to learning, (XII) 106; as hindrance to love, (VII) 184; as hindrance to new, (V) 271; as hindrance to reality, (V) 346-47; as hindrance to religion, (VII) 107; (XII) 269-70; as hindrance to search, (X) 170; as hindrance to truth, (V) 112; (IX) 2, 3, 157; (X) 32; and hope, (XI) 365; and human beings, (XVI) 72; and hypothesis, (XIII) 87; and ignorance, (III) 106; as illusion, (XII) 263; and intelligence, (XVI) 255; and the invention of God, (XV) 88; and inward security, (VI) 269-70; as the known, (VI) 190; (VIII) 182; and learning, (IX) 239; and life questions, (VII) 129-31; and listening, (XI) 208; living without, (XVI) 261; loss of, (XVII) 160; and love, (V) 54-55; and Masters, (XII) 56; and the mind, (VII) 93; and movement of life, (III) 109; need for, (XVI) 253-56; and need for security, (IV) 88; (VIII) 229-30; and nonbelief, (VIII) 116; and nonviolence, (XVI) 255; and opposition, (III) 225-26; and organizations, (X) 1516; organized, (X) 223-25; origins of, (III) 8-9; and the past, (V) 319; and pill-taking, (XI) 81; and pleasure, (XV) 335; and the positive approach to religion, (XI) 203-4; and problems, (XI) 178; and propaganda, (XII) 251; as a psychological state, (XVI) 258; versus reality, (VIII) 294; and the reality of death, (XIII) 318; reasons for, (V) 306, 307, 346-47; and reincarnation, (VI) 67-69; and relationship, (VIII) 336-37; and relief from sorrow, (VII) 262; and religion(s), (V) 264; (IX) 84; (XII) 323; (XIV) 43, 220; religious, (XII) 62; and the religious man, (XI) 49; and the religious mind, (XIV) 116; versus the religious mind, (XVII) 246; and religious organizations, (XIII) 4; satisfaction of, (XI) 291; the search for, (l) 31-33; as search for security, (IV) 124-25; and search for truth, (VI) 1718, 20; as self-defense, (XVI) 267; and selfprotection, (XVI) 276; and separatism, (VI) 180; versus seriousness, (XVI) 79; and simplicity, (VII) 118; and the spiritual entity, (XVII) 236; as the stupid mind, (XIV) 261; and suffering, (l) 123-24; (V) 316; and suicide, (VII) 200-201; and superiority, (l) 159; and true religion, (VI) 31-32; (VII) 319; and truth, (VII) 292; types of, (III) 111; and the unconscious, (III) 14; (XII) 125; versus understanding of life, (III) 182; and understanding what is, (VII) 253; as unimportant, (XI) 169; as unnecessary, (XVI) 251; as valueless, (XII) 18-19; and want, (III) 17-18; and world divisions, (XV) 196. See also Authority; Conditioning; Dogma; God; Idea(s); Ideal(s); Idealist; Ideology; Imitation; Intuition; Patterns; Questioning; Reality; Religion; Society; Tradition; Truth; What is; Words Believer(s): and the insensitive mind, (XII) 165; and nonbelievers, (XII) 323; and organized dogma, (VI) 190; as prisoner, (IV) 113 Believer(s) and nonbeliever(s): and conditioning, (X) 34; as one, (XVI) 137; as same, (X) 102-3; as slaves to propaganda, (XIII) 270. See also Belief

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See also God; Quiet mind; Reality; Truth Beyond time: and the dependent mind, (XIII) 153, 154; and the free mind, (XIII) 5; the need to go, (XII) 58; seeing, (XIII) 163. See also God; Immeasurable; Reality; Truth Bhagavad-Gita: See: Authority; Books; Conditioning; Conformity; Religion; Words Bias: freedom from, (XIII) 314-15; and solutions, (II) 195. See also Prejudice; Tolerance Bible: See Authority; Background; Belief; Books; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; God; Knowledge; Propaganda; Religion; Religious mind; Visions; Words Big brother: and fear, (XVI) 104. See also Authority Biology: and brain development, (XIII) 241 Blavatsky, Madame, (II) 26-27 Bliss: achievement of, (l) 8-9; as fulfillment, (l) 16; state of, (XII) 102; versus the static state, (XI) 117; and understanding conflict, (XIV) 71-72. See also Happiness; Joy Body: and change, (XVII) 149; in conflict with the mind, (XIII) 139; death of, (XII) 318; influence on the brain, (XIII) 325-26; and laziness, (XVII) 124; as a machine, (XIII) 317; and meditation, (XVII) 193-94; need for a healthy, (XI) 7; and physical overindulgence, (XVII) 129; and the quiet mind, (XVII) 63. See also Brain; Mind Bondage: through belief and dogma, (IV) 63; of the mind, (IX) 2; and the struggle to be free, (X) 36-37 Books, (II) 27; (IV) 106, 142-43; (V) 92, 232, 314; (VII) 11, 102-4, 125, 140-41, 142; (VIII) 85, 86, 130, 144, 172; (XIV) 86; and accumulating knowledge, (VIII) 276; (XIV) 287; and action and ideas, (XV) 141; and authority, (VII) 71-72, 291; (XIV) 116, 246; and comparison as barrier, (VII) 149-50; and conformity, (VI) 66; versus creation, (XV) 279; versus direct experience, (XI) 184; and education, (VII) 320; function of, (XI) 387; futility of sacred, (X) 146; as hindrance, (VIII) 269; (IX) 265, 278-79; as hindrance to direct experience, (XI) 356; as hindrance to thinking, (XIV) 75; as hindrance to thought, (VI) 23-24, 114-15; as hindrance to truth, (VIII) 336; and intelligence, (XIV) 143; and knowledge, (VII) 310-12; and learning, (XIV) 292-93; and leisure, (XIV) 203; as not sacred, (XIII) 11, 13; versus observation, (VI) 95-96; as opinion, (VI) 1-2; and originality, (XIV) 149-50; and permanence, (X) 179; and prejudice, (V) 340; reason for reading, (XVI) 82; religious and psychological, (VI) 90-91; and repetition, (XIV) 138, 267; versus self-knowledge, (X) 176; and understanding life, (XI) 352; unimportance of sacred, (XVI) 23; and wisdom, (VI) 95-96. See also Authority; Conditioning; Education; Knowledge; Propaganda; Quoting; Religion; Words Boredom: versus the creative moment, (IX) 92; and escape, (V) 251-53; escape from, (XV) 112; life as, (XIV) 115; as a major problem, (XV) 283; and the search for more, (XV) 39; and the search for the new, (XIV) 196; and sensation, (V) 263, 265; and society, (X) 95. See also Escape; Habit Bourgeois living: and conflict, (XVI) 85 Bourgeois mind: and thought, (XVI) 167 Bourgeois society: and revolt, (XVII) 51-52. See also Russia; Russian revolution; Society Brahmin(s): attitude toward killing, (XVII) 37; defining, (V) 77; pleasure in being, (XVI) 98; significance of contribution, (IV) 90-91. See also Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; God; Past; Religion; Words Brain: and the absence of conflict, (XVI) 51; and the absence of reaction, (XII) 213; as active and quiet, (XII) 213-14; aging of, (XVI) 239; as animalistic, (XV) 3; and animal origins, (XIV) 228; breaking through the dullness, (XIII) 301; and the cessation of effort, (XIII) 304-5; complexity of, (VIII) 109; and the conditioned versus the new, (XVII) 135; and conditioning, (XVI) 300; and the conditioning of fragmentation, (XII) 191-92; defining, (XIII) 11; development of, (XII) 226; evolution of, (XV) 118; and experience, (XVI) 142; freedom of, (XVII) 148; function of, (XI) 115, 167-68; (XII) 191-92, 225-26, 229, 270-71, 273, 298; (XIII) 43; (XIV) 171; (XV) 87, 136; (XVI) 197; 206; and the human as animal, (XIV) 235; and imitation, (XVI) 15, 18-19; and inertia, (XVI) 29; as lazy, (XIV) 135; as a machine, (XVII) 144-45, 146; and meditation, (XV) 87; and memory, (XII) 224; and the mind, (XI) 137, 142-43; (XIII) 241-42; (XVI) 15; and mutation, (XIV) 273; and the need for radical change, (XIV) 272, 274-75; and outward response, (XII) 225; as part of the mind, (XIV) 65, 136; and positive thinking, (XII) 213; and the process of existence, (XII) 273; quiet, (XIII) 9798; rejuvenation of, (XVII) 145, 151; and restless inquiry, (XVII) 179; as the result of time, (XIII) 279, 294; and self-preservation, (XIII) 241; and silence, (XV) 40; and society, (XIII) 117; society’s

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influence on, (XIII) 301; as specialized, (XII) 27071; and time, (XIII) 316; (XIV) 309; (XVI) 147; (XVII) 26-27; and total awareness, (XVII) 146-47, 148, 151; understanding the process of, (XIII) 155. See also Body; Mind Brain and the mind: differences between, (XII) 270 Brain cells: and conditioning, (XVII) 139; and the ending of memory, (XVII) 150-51. See also Brain Brainwashing, (XII) 125; and the conditioned mind, (XVII) 218; and ideology, (XVII) 139. See also Conditioning; Propaganda Britain: and Fascism, (II) 14. See also Authority; Conditioning; Nationalism; Society; War; World problems Brotherhood, (I) 187; (II) 50-52; (V) 115; and affection, (II) 25; and contradiction, (XVI) 275; and exploitation, (II) 25; falseness as an ideal, (II) 141; and hypocrisy, (l) 173-74; as illusion, (VIII) 32; and Masters, (l) 164; meaning of, (X) 119; and nationalism, (l ) 155-58; and organized religions, (II) 51; and progress, (VII) 101-2; and religious hypocrisy, (II) 6; and Theosophy, (V) 205. See also Divisions; Equality; Exploitation; Patriotism; Religion; Tolerance Brotherliness: and the family, (XIV) 293-94. See also Relationships; World problems Brutality: and discipline, (V) 256-57. See also Self Buddha, (II) 48, 88; (VI) 91; and self-discipline, (IX) 66-67. See also Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; Religion; Society; Words; World problems Buddhism, (II) 48, 178; and negation, (XV) 257; and war, (IX) 116 ; (XVI) 81; (XVII) 3. See also Ambition; Authority; Belief; Buddha; Conditioning; Conformity; Division; Exploitation; God; Identification; Organized religion; Religion; Religious mind; Words; World problems Buddhist, (VI) 48-49; and identity, (VI) 76. See also Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; Religions; Religious Organizations; Society Bureaucracy: and old age, (VI) 301. See also State Bureaucrats: and role in society, (V) 142. See also Governments; Power Businessman: as social detriment, (VI) 107 Businessmen: and occupation, (IX) 102 Business people: and exploitation, (II) 51; and intelligent action, (II) 51; and livelihood, (V) 143. See also Professions California, (XVII) 56; beauty of, (XVII) 85 Callousness: and the insensitive mind, (XVII) 267 Cancer: response to the word, (XVI) 105 Capability: and belief, (XVI) 257 Capacity, (VII) 274-75; achieving, (IX) 49, 50; and awareness and concentration, (XII) 306; and death, (XII) 319; defining, (V) 254; and educational degrees, (XI) 3; emotional and intellectual, (XI) 5; and freedom from authority, (IX) 48-49; to go beyond virtue, (X) 62-63; and hindrance of experience, (IX) 50; and inquiry, (IX) 269-70; and learning, (XI) 1-2; and passion, (XIII) 254; and the revolution of the mind, (XI) 15-16; and security, (XII) 137; and time, (XII) 200 Capellonis: See Hippies Capitalism, (II) 183; and acquisitiveness, (II) 65-66; and communism, (XII) 278; and conditioning, (VIII) 8; and conformity, (II) 19; and desire for security, (II) 65-66; and employer-employee conflict, (XVII) 128; versus fundamental revolution, (VII) 165; and possessions, (II) 10-11. See also Authority; Background; Belief; Communism; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; Economics; Government; Identification; Ideology; Influences; Nationalism; Progress; Society; State; Tyranny; War; Words; World problems Capitalism and communism: and the authority of the state, (VII) 66; and patterns, (VII) 278. See also Economics Capitalists and communists, (V) 40, 41, 42, 66, 184 Care: defining, (XVII) 216; and the freedom to look, (XVII) 211; looking with, (XVII) 43-44; and total attention, (XVII) 259. See also Affection; Caring; Love Career: futility of, (X) 262. See also Work Caring: and communion, (XVI) 14-15; without condemnation, (XIV) 125-26; and cooperation, (XIV) 123; defining, (XIV) 79; and feeling, (XIV) 289-90; listening, (XIV ) 127; and love, (XIV) 25758; and love of children, (XV) 43; meaning of, (XIV) 123, 302; as solution, (XIV ) 18. See also Affection; Love Caring mind: and observation, (XIV) 79. See also Caring; Mind Casual mind: and the serious mind, (XII) 58. See also Dull mind Catastrophe: cause of, (IV) 16 Catholic: See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; Religion; Society; Words; World problems Catholicism: See Ambition; Authority; Belief; Catholic; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; God; Religion; Religious organizations; Saints; Tyranny; Words; World problems. Cause: and determination, (XI) 393; of the dull mind, (XIV) 29; futility of knowing, (XVI) 278-79; as interrelated, (XI) 91; as not fixed, (XI) 364; of psychological problems, (XIV) 179; search for, (XVI) 8; and time, (XI) 192-93; of violence, (XVI) 289-92 Cause and effect, (II) 128-29; (III) 172, 173; (IV) 4243, 50-51; (VI) 122-23; absence of, (XIV) 112; and action, (XV) 132; and contact, (XV) 31; and passion, (XIII) 251; process of, (X) 221-22; and sorrow, (XIII) 152-53; and time, (XII) 98, 100, 102; (XVI) 21; (XVII) 141; and a time interval, (XV) 122. See also Cause; Challenge; Challenge and response; Reaction; Response Celibacy, (IV) 177. 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Censor: and contradiction, (XV) 254; and duality, (XV) 38; as hindrance at looking at the self, (XVI) 220; and increasing conflict, (XIII) 283; and the now, (XV) 269; as observer, (XIII) 236-37; as thinker, (XIII) 90; and understanding conditioning, (XV) 181. See also Center; Observer; Thinker and the thought; Thought Center: absence of, (XII) 102; (XIII) 44, 182; and accumulation, (XII) 199; and the accumulative process, (X) 178-79; and action, (X) 178-80; (XI) 224, 226, 318, 342-43, 346; and awareness, (XII) 147; awareness of, (XI) 346; as breeder of fear, (XIII) 135-36; as cause of conflict, (XII) 177-78; and change, (VII) 294-97; (VIII) 175-78; (IX) 26; (X) 44, 46; (XV) 335; and choice, (XVII) 53; and concentration, (XI) 119, 247; conditioned, (X) 26; and conditioning, (XII) 267-68; and conflict, (XIII) 47; and consciousness, (XI) 142; and continuity, (XVI) 243; and contradiction, (XII) 241; (XV) 251, 253; defining, (IX) 26-27; (X) 2324; (XI) 185-86; (XII) 155, 166; (XIII) 135-36; (XV) 250-51; (XVII) 241; and desire, (VII) 40; as destructive, (XII) 87; and disorder, (XV) 219; dissipating, (XI) 135-36, 138; and distance, (XV) 262; dying to, (XII) 162; and experience, (X) 1617, 261-62; (XIV) 299; and experiencing, (XII) 120; (XIII) 222; and fear, (XV) 219; and fragmentation, (XVI) 237-38, 239, 240; and freedom, (XIV) 297, 300; freedom from, (XV) 262; and the futility of escape, (XVI) 263; and the greed for more, (XVII) 90; as hindrance to consciousness expansion, (XVII) 38; as hindrance to inner space, (XIV) 298, 300; and hindrance of ‘me’, (VII) 305-6, 307, 308; as hindrance to seeing, (XVI) 5; as hindrance to the whole, (XVI) 237-38, 240; and ‘I’, (XIII) 136; identifying, (XI) 353; and knowledge, (X) 260-61; (XV) 146; and learning, (XIII) 131-32; as limiting, (X) 21; and listening, (XVI) 58; and loneliness, (XV) 210; looking without, (XV) 155; as ‘me’, (X) 15; meaning of, (XVII) 156; and meaningful change, (VII) 37; and memory, (XII) 198; (XIII) 103; as memory, (XVII) 149; and mental decline, (XVII) 78; as mind, (VII) 93; and moment to moment, (X) 218-19; movement toward, (XIV) 198-200, 202; need to understand, (XI) 326-27; observation from, (XII) 83-84; as the original source, (XIV) 202; as the past, (XVII) 88-89; and permanence and impermanence, (X) 178-79; and pleasure, (XV) 335; (XVII) 67; and pleasure and pain, (XV) 240; religious approach to, (XVII) 152-3, 156; and the religious mind, (XIV) 269; and resolving, (XVI) 248; and security, (XIII) 44; and self-observation, (XVI) 248; as shadow-maker, (XI) 142; and slavery, (XI) 258; and space, (XV) 126-27, 142, 204-5; (XVI) 70, 190, 192; (XVII) 41, 178-79, 186-87; and suffering, (XII) 95; as thinker, (XIII) 263; and thinking, (XV) 314-15; and thought, (X) 14-15; (XII) 222; (XIII) 43-44; and time, (XVII) 74, 75; as the totality of consciousness, (XVII) 169; and the transformation of the mind, (VII) 278; understanding, (XI) 134-36, 137, 224-26. See also Censor; Entity; ‘Me’; Object; Observer; Self; Thinker Centerless: action, (XI) 225, 226-27. See also Center Center of action, (III) 85-87 Ceremony, (-ies), (l ) 102-3; (II) 21-22; and contradiction, (XII) 32; as a control, (IX) 156-57; definition of, (II) 22; and divisions, (l) 160; as divisive, (VI) 340-41; and doubt, (l) 154-55; as illusion, (l) 72-73; and materialism, (II) 22-23; and spiritual life, (VI) 340-41; understanding of, (l) 6465. See also Religion; Tradition Certainty, (l) 69-71; and choice, (l) 69; and confusion, (VIII) 200-201; and death, (l) 69-70; desire for, (l) 177; (VIII) 43, 45-46; and doubt, (l) 70; and illusion, (l) 70-71; (VIII) 45-46; versus misery, (VII) 2; as nonexistent, (XIII) 119; origin of, (l ) 69; search for, (l ) 117; (X) 86; and suffering, (l) 128. See also Continuity; Fear; Mind; Permanence; Safety; Security; Uncertainty Challenge: and accumulated experience, (XIII) 21920; of achieving mutation, (XV) 207; and conditioned response, (XI) 68-69; and conflict, (V) 212; (IX) 2; (X) 25; (XIV) 133; dependence on, (XVI) 209; and experience, (XV) 128-29; (XVII) 33, 35; and inadequate response, (XVI) 208-9, 210; and individual responsibility, (V) 182-83; and learning, (XVII) 60; need for, (XV) 213-14; new, (X) 197; as new, (V) 305-6; (IX) 211; of the new, (VIII) 335; and observation, (XIII) 331-32; from the outside, (XII) 70; and the past, (XVII) 135-36; as renewal, (X) 187; and response, (V) 365; (VII) 231; (VIII) 283-84; (X) 157; and response as new, (XI) 234; and the responsive mind, (X) 149; to the self, (XIV) 159; and self-knowledge, (V) 336; and sorrow, (XVI) 142; and thinking, (IX) 190-92; (XIII) 135; (XV) 22-23; and time, (XI) 28; total approach to, (IX) 13; and understanding world problems, (XVII) 57. See also Cause and effect; Challenge and response; Reaction; Response Challenge and response, (XVI) 208-10; and action, (XIII) 327; and conditioning, (X) 205; (XIII) 53; (XVII) 174-75; and conflict, (XIV) 136; (XVI) 10; (XVII) 74, 106; and the dependent mind, (XIII) 153; effects of, (XV) 304-5; and experience, (XII) 295, 308-9; (XIII) 5, 71; (XIV) 37, 158-59, 215, 299; (XV) 86; (XVII) 35, 155; and the interval of thought, (XIII) 291; (XIV) 292-93; life as, (XVII) 111; as life process, (IX) 108-9; (XII) 157; as limited, (XII) 68-71; and memory, (XVII) 148; to one’s state of mind, (XV) 98; and the origin of problems, (XVII) 32; and outward change, (XVI) 122; as paralyzing, (XIII) 54-55; and problems, (IX) 95; (XIV ) 176; (XV) 12, 192-93; (XVI) 74, 155; and the process of life, (XVII) 26-27; and the process of thought, (XV) 23; response to, (XII) 285; and thinking, (XII) 250; understanding, (XII) 272; and words, (XII) 275. See also Cause and effect; Challenge; Reaction; Response

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Challenge as new: and response as old, (V) 359-60 Change, (VII) 33-38, 39-42, 45-49, 51-55, 294-98, 321-22; (VIII) 111-12, 161-65, 175-78; (IX) 5458, 96; (XI) 123-28, 271-78, 309-14; (XII) 253-57, 288-93; (XV) 132-38, 156-63, 197-202, 302-8, 333-39; (XVI) 47-51; (XVII) 9-11, 13-14; and the absence of “how”, (XVII) 197; achieving, (IX) 2829, 57; (X) 109, 114; (XI) 19, 126, 128; (XIII) 3-4; (XVI) 170, 205, 222; achieving fundamental, (X) 10-12; achieving immediate, (XVI) 63-64; achieving in the heart and mind, (XVI) 8, 299; and action, (l) 1; (XI) 364; and adaptation, (XIV) 9; affecting the collectivist, (X) 193; approach to, (VIII) 22; (XVI) 127; and the art of listening, (XIII) 64; and attention, (XVI) 130; and authority, (VII) 51-52; (XVII) 198; avoidance of, (IX) 108; and awareness, (VII) 17-18, 19; as a bargaining process, (XV) 54-55; and caring, (XIV) 302; causes of, (XI) 149-50; and the center, (XII) 199; and the cessation of effort, (VIII) 34-38; and compulsion, (II) 22; and conflict, (XIII) 23; (XIV) 13; and conformity, (VII) 13; (XV) 3; and consciousness, (VII) 22-25; (XI) 385; (XVI) 54; creating anew, (III) 141; and the creation of problems, (VIII) 21-23; and crisis, (XVII) 194-95; and dealing with the problem, (XVII) 104-5; defining, (X) 11; (XI) 125; (XIII) 107-8, 118, 334; (XIV) 169, 172, 230; (XV) 158; desire for, (IX) 40, 225-27; (XVII) 33, 196-97; desire to avoid, (X) 99100; and the destruction of the known, (XIII) 27172; direction of, (VIII) 27; and the discovery of the true, (XIII) 64-65; and the dying of the mind, (X) 118; and effort, (XVII) 122; and the ending of time, (XVII) 103-4; and energy, (XVII) 144; as escape, (IX) 45; as escape from the fact, (XII) 284; examining the state of, (XVI) 263-65; and fear of radical revolution, (VII) 133; and feeling, (X) 185; and the field of the known, (XVI) 174; forms of, (IX) 25; and freedom from fear, (XVII) 9; and freedom from the psychological structure of society, (XIII) 206, 208; and fulfillment, (II) 213; fundamental, (IX) 152-55; as fundamental problem, (X) 116-18; futile attempts to, (XVI) 213; as gradual, (X) 117; and the hindrance of comparison, (XVII) 183; and the hindrance of conditioning, (XVI) 80; and hindrance of the past, (VII) 53; and the hindrance of success, (XIII) 74, 78; how to achieve, (X) 231-33; and ‘I’, (X) 44-45; and ideals, (IX) 41-43, 45; and ideas, (XIV) 236; immediate, (XVI) 201; as immediate, (XIII) 27; and the immediate or ultimate approach, (XVII) 102; through inaction, (XVI) 174; individual, (XIV) 272, 277; and the individual, (X) 13; (XI) 172; individual responsibility for, (XV) 52-54; individual and societal, (X) 155; in individual and society, (III) 152; and individual and the world, (VII) 7; and individualism, (l) 110-11; and the influence of propaganda, (XI) 271-72; and inner conflict, (VII) 23-25; inner and outward, (XI) 14950; and knowledge, (XVII) 268; from the known to the unknown, (VIII) 23-24; as limited, (XIV ) 188; and living things, (XII) 265-66; and looking at the fact, (XV) 66; meaning of, (XI) 310-11; (XIV ) 187-88; and mediocrity, (X) 59; and the mind, (XI) 89, 92-94; (XIV) 57-58; in the mind and social structure, (XVI) 219; as minimal through history, (XVI) 159; and modification through thought, (XVI) 166-67; as modified continuity, (V) 195-97; (VII) 322; and the ‘more’, (IX) 250-51; motives for, (X) 44; and movement, (XVI) 263-65; movement of, (X) 190-95; and the movement from what is to ‘what should be’, (XVII) 9; and mutation, (XIV) 5; and mystery, (XV) 49, 52; necessity for, (VII) 6-7; need for, (XI) 14-15, 23840; (XV) 260, 329-32; (XVI) 152, 174; and the need for energy, (XVII) 119-20; need for instant, (XVI) 100-101; need for outward, (XVI) 242; and the new mind, (XII) 121; and observation of what is, (XVII) 82; and the observer, (XVII) 210, 276; and obsolescence, (XIV) 2-3; through organizations, (VII) 211; and the origin of thinking, (XVI) 168; outer, (XV) 302; (XVI) 243; and patterns, (VII) 7-8; (XIV ) 277; and the perception of truth, (VII) 322; through personal awakening, (III) 142; persuasion to, (XI) 309-11; physical and psychological, (XVII) 149; and pleasure and pain, (XVI) 128-29; possibilities for, (X) 44-45; possibility of, (XVII) 51; preconceived plan for, (IX) 225; problems of, (IX) 25-29; the process of, (VII) 12-13, 15; (XII) 200; and the process of the mind, (VII) 310; in the psyche, (XVII) 2; and punishment and reward, (XV) 33031; and questioning, (XIII) 9, 11-12; rapidity of world, (XIII) 62; as reaction, (XII) 285; and the reactionary mind, (XI) 355; reasons for, (l) 18-19, 140-41; and relationships, (XVI) 43; and religion, (VIII) 167-70; and resistance, (III) 149; (VII) 18183; resistance of the mind to, (X) 216-18; and the role of knowledge, (VIII) 154-55; and search for happiness, (IX) 44-45; without self-centered action, (X) 82; without self-interest, (X) 80; and selfknowledge, (X) 210; and society, (XV) 281; (XVI) 122; and space and the object, (XVII) 89; and spiritual advancement, (III) 71; and struggle, (VII) 30-31; superficial, (XIII) 267; (XVI) 47; and superficial revolution, (VII) 1; in technology, (XVII) 2; and the thinker and the thought as one, (X) 83; and thought, (XV) 306-7; (XVI) 220-22; in the thought process, (XVII) 138; and time, (XIV) 13, 306; (XVI) 20, 56-58, 234; (XVII) 143-44, 268-69; types of, (XII) 120-21, 285; (XV) 76, 212; understanding, (X) 13; (XI) 228-30, 335; (XII) 284-87; and understanding the pleasure principle, (XVI) 37; and what is, (XVII) 88; and will, (X) 1314; through will, (XIII) 271-72. 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See also Drugs Child: and authority, (XIII) 11; and conditioning, (XIII) 272-73; explaining death to, (l) 67-68; and innocence, (XIII) 212; learning about, (XIII) 14243; as parent, (III) 173 Children: and the ability to love, (VII) 104; and the absence of love, (IX) 267; and belief, (XVI) 257; caring about, (VIII) 38-39; and the conditioned parent, (VI) 264-65; and conditioning, (XVII) 47; conditioning of, (VII) 73-75, 238; (IX) 107-8; (X) 194; dependence on, (IX) 65; developing sensitivity in, (XVI) 139; and diet, (V) 113-14; and discipline, (X) 146-47; disciplining of, (VII) 147; divisions and effect on, (V) 105-7; educating, (III) 143; (VII) 50-51, 59-62, 63-64; and education, (X) 5; education of, (II) 230; (IV) 108; (VI) 202-3; (VII) 59-137, 319-20; ( IX) 267; (XVII) 77; and educational conformity, (XII) 296; and envy, (X) 28; explaining death to, (XII) 263; facing future life problems, (VII) 133; and the failure to educate, (V) 184; and the family, (XV) 43; and fear, (XII) 252; as followers, (VII) 78-79; freedom for, (IX) 50-51; and immortality, (IX) 157-58; influences upon, (VIII) 287-88; (IX) 155-56, 224-25; influencing, (X) 115-16; and instilling of ideas, (V) 276; love of, (VI) 202-3, 236; (IX) 271-72; (XVII) 253; loving their parents, (VII) 87, 88-89; mother’s love for, (XIV ) 307; and necessities of a healthy life, (V) 113-14; and the need to question, (VII) 75; and the need to think freely, (VII) 83; and obligation to parents, (VII) 82; and observation, (XIV) 18, 19; and the purpose of education, (VII) 157-60; as products of lovelessness, (V) 88; protecting, (VI) 236; rearing, (V) 171-74; reasons for having, (V) 171-72, 174; as reflection of parental values, (V) 106; and relationship to parents, (VII) 81-82; and the role of education, (IX) 11-12; and their role in society, (VIII) 226-27; and the significance of education, (X) 64-65; and social pressure, (III) 143; as social sacrifice, (X) 59-60; and the supple mind, (VII) 92; and teaching of war, (II) 169. See also Authority; Conditioning; Conformity; Education; Family; Images; Love; Parents; Relationships China: See Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems Chinese revolution: failure of, (XVII) 167. See also Revolt; Revolution Choice, (l) 14-15, 96, 98, 135; and action, (l) 38; and action and idea, (XVII) 15; and action as will, (XV) 198-200; between actions, (XI) 220-21; and authority, (IX) 150; and awareness, (VII) 293-94; (XV) 38; (XVII) 45; and challenge and response, (XII) 73-74; versus choiceless life, (III) 63; versus clarity, (XVII) 270; and concentration, (VII) 27; and conditioned thinking, (IV) 44; and conditioning, (VI) 227-28; and conflict, (l ) 26-27; (VI) 182, 206; (XVI) 9; conflict of, (III) 170; and conflict of opposites, (l) 34; and the confused mind, (VII) 165-66; (XVII) 240; and confusion, (IX) 246, 267; (XVII) 53; and desire, (VIII) 199-200; and discernment, (III) 77; and effort, (l) 8-9; and evolution, (l) 8; versus fact, (XIII) 34; and freedom, (XVII) 17; freedom from, (l) 14; (VIII) 204, 206; futility of, (l) 10; between good and bad, (VIII) 309-11; as hindrance, (VIII) 108-9; as hindrance to awareness, (XVII) 83; and incompleteness, (l) 3-4; individual, (III) 62-63; and intelligence, (VII) 189-90; as life process, (VII) 241-42; as limitation, (l) 14, 50; and meditation, (l) 26-27; (V) 208; negates freedom, (X) 90; and opposing desires, (IV) 11; and opposites, (l) 9; (III) 65-66; (XI) 164-65; and the petty mind, (VII) 216-17; and progress, (l) 189-90; and search, (VIII) 241; and the self, (IV) 179-80; and selfcontradictory actions, (XI) 162-65; and suffering, (l) 28-29; and thought, (V) 261-63; and time, (XII) 158; between the true and false, (III) 90-91; as unnecessary, (XVI) 7; and violence, (XVI) 289, 291, 296. See also Ambition; Awareness; Choiceless awareness; Conditioning; Contradiction Choiceless attention: and abolishing conditioning, (XIII) 274; and awareness, (XIII) 201; and conditioning, (XIII) 188; and contradiction, (XIII) 72; and dreams, (XIII) 193-94; and humility, (XIII) 268; and meditation, (XIII) 264, 323, 324; as negative approach, (XIII) 226; and observation, (XIII) 322, 324. See also Attention; Total awareness Choiceless awareness, (IV) 23-24, 66; and the absence of effort, (XV) 61; and achieving mutation, (XVII) 117-18; and cessation of sorrow, (XI) 223; and change, (XVII) 88; and communion, (XVII) 219; without comparison, (XV) 85; and facing conflict, (XII) 241; and the free mind, (XII) 204; and hate, (III) 118; and image, (XV) 200-202; and learning, (XIV) 244; (XVII) 60; and living and dying as one, (XVII) 277; and the ‘me’, (VII) 307-8; meaning of, (XVII) 45-46; and meditation, (XV) 38, 40; (XVII) 150, 240; and observation, (XIV) 111; and passion, (XIV) 117; and perception, (XI) 339, 341; and the quiet brain, (XII) 325; and the quiet mind, (VII) 297; and the real, (IV) 44; and self-

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knowledge, (XVII) 75; and the spontaneous mind, (XIV) 59; and the state of knowing, (XI) 300; as a state of mind, (XVII) 220-21; and understanding, (VII) 195; and the understanding mind, (VIII) 54. See also Attention; Awareness; Choice; Truth Choiceless life: achieving, (III) 75-76 Choiceless observation: and habit, (XIII) 243-44. See also Observation Choiceless passivity: See Silent awareness Choosing: questioning the need for, (XVI) 84. See also Choiceless awareness Christ, (II) 48, 88; (VI) 23-24, 91; and the hindrance of authority, (XII) 180; and search for miracles, (II) 20; and truth, (IX) 67. See also Authority; Belief; Christianity; Conditioning; Divisions; God; Jesus; Religion; Words Christian, (VI) 48-49. See also Authority; Belief; Christ; Conditioning; Divisions; God; Religion; Religious organizations; Sect Christianity, (II) 5, 66; and the belief in damnation, (X) 202; and brotherhood, (II) 6; and conditioning, (X) 22; (XIII) 204; (XIV) 156, 221; as ideal, (II) 178-80; and prejudice, (II) 2-3; and religious distinctions, (II) 189; rites of, (II) 12; and search for truth, (II) 27; and sorrow, (XIII) 172; and suffering, (XII) 211. See also Ambition; Authority; Background; Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; Exploitation; God; Identification; Organized religion; Religion; Religious mind; Society; Visions; Words; World problems Christian tradition: awareness of, (IX) 5 Chronological time, (XII) 221, 272; and change, (XI) 125-26; defining, (XIII) 102; and the mind, (XIV) 209; as necessary, (XV) 75; (XVI) 20; as the only time, (XIII) 24-25; (XIV) 253-54; (XVI) 238; as outward, (XII) 159; and psychological time, (XIII) 258. See also Psychological time; Time; Timeless; Timelessness Church: and conditioning, (XIV) 190; and religion, (IX) 9-10; tyranny of, (X) 77. See also Religion Circumstances: and dealing with problems, (XVII) 9596, 97 Cities: lack of space in, (XVII) 241; and the loss of natural beauty, (XVII) 207 Citizen: versus the individual, (V) 314. See also Government; State Civic consciousness: and society, (XV) 53 Civilization: and “backward” societies, (III) 219; breakdown of, (VIII) 259-60; as the collective will, (VIII) 262; and conditioning, (XI) 379; defining, (VIII) 300-301; and disintegration, (VIII) 268; and increasing complexity, (X) 195; and loss of feeling, (l) 169; as movement, (l) 178; and the narrowing of freedom, (XI) 376; and outer change, (XVI) 49; and reform, (VIII) 251-52; and the resolution of problems, (XIV) 252; and thought, (VIII) 315; and ‘what should be’, (XVII) 101. See also Background; Conditioning; Culture; Governments; Problems; Society; World problems Civilizations: and their approach to life and death, (XV) 283. See also Culture; Society Civilized: and primitive, (XIII) 190 Civilized behavior: as motiveless, (XI) 377 Civilizing effects: and ideologies, (XVI) 159. See also Civilization Clarification: versus confusion, (X) 66; and freedom, (IX) 237 Clarity, (XI) 177-79, 182-83; (XVI) 7-13; and the absence of authority, (XIV) 246; and the absence of choice, (XVI) 9; achieving, (IX) 29; (X) 152-53; (XVI) 9, 207; (XVII) 21; achieving through awareness, (XV) 242-44; and achieving freedom, (XVI) 131; and action, (XIV ) 229; (XVI) 31; versus authority, (XVII) 174; and character, (XI) 268; and communion, (XIV) 226, 229; and conditioning, (XVII) 17; versus the confused mind, (XVII) 101; versus confusion, (XI) 51-52; and darkness, (XVI) 83; defining, (XIV ) 108; desire for, (III) 121; and discovery of the truth, (IX) 195; and ending the problem, (XVII) 99; and the fact, (XIII) 34; and fear, (XI) 349; versus following, (XVII) 165; and freedom from fear, (XIV) 229-30; and the free mind, (XV) 256; and the futility of dialogue, (XVI) 257, 258; versus the gradual process, (XVII) 20; and the hindrance of conflict, (XVI) 94; and the hindrance of confusion, (XVI) 115; and inner and outer awareness, (XV) 242-43; and inquiry into pleasure, (XVI) 215; listening with, (XVII) 64; and living without formulas, (XIV) 147; and meditation, (XVII) 124; meeting the challenge of, (XVI) 209; and the mind, (XIV) 29; and the movement of knowing, (XI) 300; need for, (XI) 259, 278-79, 281; (XVI) 7; and the negative mind, (XV) 257; and the new mind, (XVI) 19; and observation, (XVI) 197; through observation, (XIV) 143; and order, (XV) 172; and the quiet brain, (XVI) 17; and the quiet mind, (XVII) 58; and self-awareness, (IV) 1; and selfknowledge, (V) 225; and sensitivity, (XVII) 77; and space, (XIV) 112; state of, (XVI) 174; and thought, (XVI) 167; understanding, (XI) 201-6; and understanding action, (XVII) 19; and understanding the unconscious, (XVI) 10; and virtue, (XVII) 34; and what is, (XIV ) 106-7. See also Clear mind; Confusion Class, (II) 10-11; and acquisitiveness, (II) 154; and brotherhood, (l) 157; and conflict, (l) 193; and human conditioning, (II) 149; and imperialism, (II) 223; and manual labor, (VIII) 133; and nationalism, (l ) 157-58; (II) 223; and religion, (l) 182-84; and social status, (VIII) 271; solutions to, (II) 222; and status, (XII) 271; and status quo, (II) 213. See also Class-consciousness; Conflict; Possessions; Poverty Class and acquisitiveness: as the highest values, (IV) 98-99 Class-consciousness, (II) 44; and harmony, (II) 37; and social chaos, (III) 40-41; and society, (II) 6 Class differences: need to eliminate, (IX) 247

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See also Master; Priest; Religion Coercion: and learning, (XI) 1. See also Influences; Propaganda Collective, (IX) 255; and awareness of the mind, (XII) 280; and belief, (X) 54-55; and death, (XII) 163; defining, (VI) 296; (IX) 125; disassociation from, (XIII) 64; and the family, (VI) 139; function of, (XIII) 62; growth of, (X) 79-80; and the individual, (II) 65; (III) 226; (IX) 125-28, 207, 243-45, 274; (X) 38-39; (XIV) 41, 272, 277; versus the individual, (V) 279; versus individual action, (X) 204; and individual awakening, (II) 195-96; versus individual freedom, (IX) 13-14; and individual sorrow, (XIII) 308; versus individual thought, (X) 176; and the mind, (IX) 211; process of, (IX) 126; and religion, (X) 217-18; role of, (XIII) 1-2; and society, (XIV ) 252; transformation through the individual, (IX) 14. See also Collective and the individual; Conditioning; Conformity; Individual; Mass; Society Collective action: and authoritarianism, (V) 277; and belief, (V) 238; without collective thinking, (VII) 175-76, 229-30; and compulsion, (VI) 279; and conditioning, (XIII) 62; and the individual, (II) 46, 217-18, 222; (XII) 253; and individual regeneration, (V) 39; meaning of, (VII) 168-69, 284. See also Action; Authority; Individual; Mass action; State Collective and the individual, (XIV) 41, 272, 277; and conflict, (XIV) 48; as one, (XIV) 56. See also Individual; Society Collective belief: as destructive, (IX) 265 Collective consciousness: altering, (XII) 269 Collective cooperation: achieving of, (II) 159 Collective man: as fiction, (VI) 131 Collective memory: and prayer, (VI) 119. See also Mass Collective mind: as hindrance to revolution, (XIII) 6162; as the individual mind, (XI) 21; and selfknowing, (XIII) 59; and the unconscious, (XII) 253. See also Individual; Mind; Society Collective response: as valueless, (X) 176-77 Collective thinking, (XII) 162-63; as collective action, (VII) 168-69; as conditioned, (VII) 175-76; and conformity, (VII) 284-85; and cruelty, (VII) 229. See also Authority; Individual; State Collective thought: and the denial of the individual, (XI) 295-96. See also Mass; Society Collective unconscious: and viewing the whole, (XV) 189. See also Unconscious Collective will: and civilization, (VIII) 271-72; freedom from, (VIII) 255-56; and the limitation of tradition, (VIII) 300-301. See also Conditioning; Individual Collective work: and individual fulfillment, (II) 177 Collective worship: and regimentation of thought, (IV) 75-76. See also Conformity Comfort: and acceptance of influences, (XIII) 300; as hindrance to truth, (V) 28; versus love, (XVII) 212; and need for authority, (VII) 65; (X) 48; as a pacifier, (II) 161-62; and prayer, (XIII) 95; and religion, (XIII) 333; search for, (XVII) 54, 64; and security, (XIV) 81; seeking, (XII) 209-10. See also Conformity; Permanency; Religion; Security; Seeking; Suffering Commitment, (XI) 323-25, 328; awareness of, (XI) 346; and belief, (XVI) 275; and belonging, (XIII) 94; and conflict, (XVI) 280; and confusion, (XVI) 247, 275, 277; denial of, (XVI) 80, 233; desire for, (XII) 33-34; and the desire to belong, (XI) 323-24; (XII) 66; as escape, (XIV ) 115-16; and fear of change, (XVII) 5; freedom from, (XVII) 18, 217; versus generosity, (XIII) 151; and heart and mind, (XV) 6; as hindrance, (XI) 165; as hindrance to change, (XVI) 222; as hindrance to clarity, (XVII) 17-18; as hindrance to exploration, (XVII) 50; as hindrance to freedom, (XI) 215-18; as hindrance to observation, (XII) 83; and identity, (XIV ) 131; and inertia, (XVI) 28; to inquiry, (XVII) 215; and meditation, (XIII) 94, 96; and the need to belong, (XII) 38; and neurosis, (XIII) 337; and pleasure, (XV) 70, 311; versus questioning, (XIII) 2-3, 5; reasons for, (XI) 371-72; rejection of, (XV) 95; and security, (XI) 343; (XII) 133-35; and selfforgetfulness, (XII) 110; to seriousness, (XVII) 217; to understanding love, (XVII) 217. See also Belief; Belonging; Conformity; Fear; Identification; Ideology; Naming; Nationalism Committed mind: See Dull mind Common man: concern for, (V) 84-85. See also Individual Common Market: See Authority; Conditioning; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems Communal dissensions: causes of, (V) 1-4 Communalism: and conflict, (V) 2-4; and effect on children, (V) 106-7. See also Divisions; Separatism

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See also Communication; Communion Communication, (VIII) 175; (XI) 101-2; (XIV) 28085; approach to, (XI) 226; and the barrier of words, (XI) 63; and communion, (XVI) 14; versus communion, (XIV) 280-81; (XV) 163; without comparing, (XIV) 84; without conclusions, (X) 169-70; conditions for, (XIV) 42; and contact, (XVII) 120; defining, (XIV) 180, 182, 281, 28283; difficulty of, (IX) 8-9; (XIII) 31; (XIV) 12728, 283; (XV) 55, 298; (XVII) 1; establishing, (XVI) 125; and experience, (V) 214-15; and facts, (XV) 124; and the hindrance of translation, (XVII) 194, 199; identifying, (XI) 155; importance of, (XV) 190; (XVI) 26; and intensity, (XV) 114; and labeling, (V) 311-13; and language, (VIII) 275-76; and listening, (IX) 177; (XI) 55-56; and love, (XVII) 24; meaning of, (XV) 340; (XVII) 221; and the meaning of words, (IX) 249, 252; (XIV) 15-16, 280-85; as mutual understanding, (IV) 104; problem of, (XV) 308-10; process of, (XV) 80-82; relationship, (XIII) 209; (XV) 336-37; and repetition, (VII) 246-47; and responsibility, (XVI) 41-42; and search for truth, (II) 27; and selfabandonment, (XI) 250-51; with spirits, (l) 130-31; as talk, (VII) 265; and time, (XII) 158; as a twoway process, (XV) 185-86; and the unconscious, (XI)1263; and understanding, (XI) 379-80; understanding, of, (II) 12; (V) 37-38; verbal, (V) 37-38; and words, (VII) 197-98; (X) 37, 112, 144, 146; (XI) 113-14; (XII) 86, 208, 229, 258, 301; (XIII) 281, 315; (XV) 26, 107, 171, 226; (XVI) 1, 23, 139-40; (XVII) 237, 274-75. See also Communion; Experiencing; Family; Listening; Naming; Propaganda; Religion; Symbols; Verbalization; Words Communion: and the absence of authority, (XVI) 161; and the absence of the center, (XV) 127; and absence of fear and prejudice, (V) 78; achieving, (XI) 155; approach to, (XIV) 128; and attention, (XVII) 274-75; and awareness, (XV) 100; and clarity, (XIV) 27-28; and the commonality of problems, (XI) 239-40; and communication, (XI) 101-2; (XVI) 14; conditions for, (XV) 208, 336-37; defining, (XIV) 180-81, 281; (XV) 8, 163; (XVII) 222; difficulty of, (XV) 227; and equal intensity, (XV) 298; and family, (V) 16-18; versus ideas, (XIV) 195; and intensity, (XVI) 14-15; intensity of, (XIV) 100; and listening, (XI) 336; (XIII) 328; (XIV) 192; (XV) 114, 150; and looking without the observer, (XVI) 191; and marriage, (V) 175, 21718; meaning of, (XI) 213-14, 333; (XIV) 185-86, 189; (XV) 309-10; and the meaning of words, (XIV) 114; and observing, (XV) 145-46; versus propaganda, (V) 227; and psychological security, (XIV) 184, 186; and self-awareness, (XI) 359-60; and sharing, (XV) 2, 62; state of, (XV) 2, 81-82; and total action, (XIV) 288; understanding, (VIII) 181-82, 184; and understanding, (XI) 322; and understanding words, (XIV) 225; and verbalization, (VI) 305. See also Communication; Learning; Love; Relationship; Symbols Communism, (l) 40-41; (II) 18-19, 66; (IX) 229-30; (XI) 90; and belief in impermanence, (XVII) 171; and capitalism, (XII) 278; and change, (XI) 310; and conditioning, (VIII) 8; (XVI) 156; and conformity, (II) 19; and the division of action and idea, (XV) 129; and employer-employee conflict, (XVII) 128; and the failure of utopia, (XIV) 118; versus fundamental revolution, (VII) 165; and government, (XVII) 125; influence of, (X) 104; as reaction to capitalism, (XV) 56; as religion, (XIV) 267; and revolution, (XI) 294; (XV) 4; spread of, (XI) 225; and suffering, (VI) 287-89; and thought, (XVI) 163, 167. See also Authority; Belief; Capitalism; Commitment; Communist; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; Economics; Government; Ideology; Influences; Nationalism; Revolution; Society; State; Tyranny; War; Words; World problems Communist: and identification, (XVI) 34. See also Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; War; World problems Communist Revolution: as fragmentary, (XIV) 274; futility of, (XVII) 51. See also Communism; Revolt; Revolution Communists: and capitalists, (V) 40, 41, 42, 66, 184 Communist society: and repetition, (XVII) 206. See also Communism; Society Community: defining, (VI) 117; founding, (V) 132-34; identification with, (XVI) 34; and ideology, (XVII) 31; and truth, (VIII) 203. See also Society Comparative thinking: defining, (VIII) 17 Comparison: absence of, (XVII) 185; and the absence of conflict, (XIV) 11, 13; and the absence of love, (XVII) 216-17; and the accumulation of knowledge, (IX) 111, 112; and ambition, (VIII) 96; (X) 241; as authority, (VII) 125; as barrier to the new, (IX) 217; as basis for behavior, 193-94; as breeder of fear, (XIV) 193-94; versus caring, (XIV) 19; and competition, (VII) 303; comprehension of, (XII) 91; and condemnation, (VII) 208; (X) 110-11; and conflict, (X) 30; (XVII) 182-83, 230; as constant process, (IX) 95; and creation, (XII) 217; and the creation of problems, (XII) 11-13; and the desire for power, (VIII) 11314; as destructive, (VIII) 46; and deterioration, (XIII) 31; and discipline, (VII) 303-4; discontent, (VII) 211, 212; (XII) 14; and dissatisfaction, (IX) 46; and the distracted mind, (VIII) 123; and the dull mind, (VII) 94; and dullness, (XVII) 213-14; in education, (VIII) 74, 134; and effort, (XVII) 30; and emptiness, (XV) 168; ending, (XII) 16; and envy, (VII) 109, 208; (VIII) 107; (IX) 251-52; versus facing what is, (XVII) 232-33; and fear, (VIII) 67-69; (IX) 47; and freedom, (VIII) 228, 231; freedom from, (IV) 2; and the free mind, (VIII) 264; versus the free mind, (X) 17; futility of, (X) 52-53; versus the happy mind, (VIII) 119; as hindrance, (IX) 239; as hindrance to learning, (XI)

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See also Ambition; Competition; Conclusion; Condemnation; Conformity; Education; Naming; Opinion; Power; Society; Suppression; Tradition; Will Compassion, (l) 1, 92; (X) 191-95; and action, (XIII) 298; versus anger, (III) 158; and comprehending life, (XIII) 162; and compulsion, (X) 191-92; and conflict, (XIII) 260-61; versus divisions, (X) 201; and goodness, (XI) 322-23; importance of, (X) 188-89; and indifference, (X) 217; and learning, (XIII) 132; loss of, (X) 60; meaning of, (XIII) 295, 297, 298; and the new mind, (XII) 111; as not the word, (XIII) 296; and political action, (VI) 316-17; and the religious mind, (XII) 90; and the scientific mind, (XII) 90; and suffering, (l) 101; transmitting, (X) 192; and war, (X) 74. See also Love; New; Possessions Compassionate mind: and mutation, (XIII) 300. See also Compassion; Mind Competition, (II) 46-47; (III) 7; and ambition, (VII) 242; and anxiety, (VIII) 75-76; versus caring, (XIV) 257; and conflict, (XIII) 179-80; and cooperation, (II) 38-39; and education, (VIII) 57-58; versus efficiency, (XII) 20; and envy, (VII) 112; and exploitation, (II) 51-52; as hindrance to creativity, (VIII) 31; as hindrance to love, (XIV ) 173; as hindrance to peace, (IX) 71; and leadership, (XII) 19; and need for success, (VII) 308; and pain, (XVI) 218; and the positive approach, (XV) 256; and problems, (XII) 239, 241; and psychological security, (XIV) 185; and reaction, (XII) 36; as ruthless, (VIII) 68; and ruthlessness, (XIV) 247; and society, (IX) 126; (XI) 193; (XII) 15, 19; as time, (XII) 98; versus true education, (VII) 320; and truth, (VII) 245; viewed as necessary, (XII) 239; at work, (XIV) 206. See also Acquisitiveness, Ambition; Becoming; Comparison; Education; Fulfillment; Power; Society Complete life, (II) 13-14. See also Fulfillment; Happiness Completeness, (l) 15-16; (VII) 5-6; achieving, (l) 11719; of action, (l) 84; craving for, (III) 182-83, 185; and creativity, (VIII) 272; and doubt, (l) 160; futility of pursuit, (VII) 5; and self-discipline, (l) 35-36; and understanding, (l) 76-78 See also Action; Choice; Incompleteness; Totality; Whole; Wholeness Completeness and incompleteness, (II) 75-78 Complexity: of external life, (V) 245-46; and the mind, (VIII) 109-10; and the sannyasi, (VIII) 106; and simplicity, (IV) 73-74; (IX) 152; versus simplicity, (X) 259; and struggle, (VIII) 94; and understanding, (V) 85. See also Problems; Silent mind; Simplicity; Society Composing: and contradiction, (XV) 306. See also Art(s); Creative Comprehension: versus accumulation, (XI) 109; barriers to, (XI) 177-78; and the futility of explanation, (XI) 190; inner and outer, (XII) 95; moment to moment, (XI) 181-82; and the new mind, (XII) 57; and truth, (XIII) 14-15. See also Awareness; Listening; Understanding Comprehensive action: and world peace, (XI) 371-72. See also Total action Compromise, (l) 31; and conflict, (III) 92-93 Compulsion, (II) 79, 169-70, 228; and action, (II) 102; and adult authority, (VII) 105; and change, (VIII) 22; (X) 135, 185, 232-33; (XI) 172-73, 273; and the conforming mind, (X) 100-101; and contradiction, (VIII) 266; and cooperation, (V) 278; and education, (VIII) 76-77; and environment, (II) 72-73; and experience, (II) 21112; as hindrance, (X) 192-93; as hindrance to change, (XVI) 48; as hindrance to freedom, (VII) 160-61; and incompleteness, (II) 75-78; versus meditation, (XIV) 263; and the new mind, (VIII) 167; and occupation, (IX) 81; and power, (V) 4546; and psychological change, (IV) 17; and resistance, (V) 257-60; and simplicity, (V) 246-47; and superficial change, (X) 232; voluntary action, (II) 228; and working together, (XI) 308, 311. See also Authority; Competition; Conflict; Conformity; Confusion; Contradiction; Discipline; Effort; Intelligence; Morality; Resistance; Tradition Computer(s): function of, (XIV) 86; and human activity, (XVI) 8; and the human mind, (XII) 230; and knowledge, (XV) 51; and leisure, (XVI) 9, 122; as mechanical, (XII) 106; and mechanical knowledge, (XVI) 20; and mechanical learning, (XIV) 73-74; and mechanical thinking, (XIII) 77; and mechanistic human activity, (XIV) 57; and memory, (XV) 224; and the mind, (XI) 2; and the process of thought, (XII) 103-4; as rulers, (XVII) 125; takeover of, (XVII) 143. See also Electronic brain; Machines; Mechanical knowledge; Mind; Science; Technology Concentration, (III) 200-201; (IV) 90, 181; (V) 7-8; (VI) 244-45; (VII) 26-27; (VIII) 156-57; (XII) 305-6, 312; as achievement, (IX) 74; and aloneness, (XI) 211; analyzing, (V) 81-82, 266; and attention, (XIII) 264; (XVI) 143, 161; versus attention, (VIII) 312-13; (IX) 197; (X) 140, 175; (XI) 353; (XII) 44; (XIV) 62; (XVII) 164; and

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conflict, (XIII) 337; (XVII) 259-60; without conflict, (XIII) 155; and control, (XV) 238; and creative interest, (III) 239-40; defining, (V) 135; (IX) 79; (XI) 7; (XVII) 45; describing, (XII) 215; as destructive, (XI) 37-38; and distraction, (XIII) 20; (XIV) 201-2; and division in consciousness, (III) 67; and duality, (XII) 102; and effort, (XIV) 262; and exclusion, (XIII) 175; (XIV) 111; as exclusion, (V) 208-210; (VII) 231-32; (XV) 17475; (XVI) 185, 264; (XVII) 82-83, 240; and exclusion and nonexclusion, (XV) 278; exclusive or inclusive, (V) 91-92; as an exclusive process, (XIII) 20; forms of, (XIII) 264; freedom from, (XIV) 301; as hindrance to attention, (XIII) 201; as hindrance to meditation, (IX) 213, 280; and interest, (VIII) 80-81, 120; limitation of, (XV) 170-71; as limited, (XI) 119-20, 163-65; (XVII) 39; limitless, (XII) 312; versus listening, (XI) 56; and meditation, (III) 179-80; (V) 268, 361; (VI) 67, 174-75, 211-12, 327-28, 367; (XI) 245-47, 282; (XIII) 154-55, 195; (XVII) 81, 124, 179; versus meditation, (IV) 49, 53-54; (VII) 247; (X) 105, 160-61, 227-28; (XIV) 300-301; (XV) 37; and the observer and the observed, (XVI) 184-85; and the particular, (V) 166-67; process of, (V) 163-66; (XII) 264, 269; and the process of exclusion, (XII) 143; and resistance, (VI) 25-26; (XV) 59, 321; and silence, (XIV) 217; understanding, (XI) 198-200; (XII) 167; (XIV) 159-60; and understanding, (IV) 147; and will, (III) 174-75. See also Attention; Distraction; Listening; Meditation Concept(s): versus fact, (XV) 10; as hindrance to observation, (XVII) 4-5; as hindrance to the true, (XVII) 84; and image, (XV) 193-94. See Belief; Idea(s); Ideal(s); Ideology; Patterns Conceptual: defining, (XVII) 209; and truth, (XI) 9. See also Concept(s); Ideals; Ideas; Words Conclusion(s): and conditioning, (VIII) 267; versus creativity, (X) 122; and the dead mind, (XIII) 120; and experience, (X) 22-24; and fear, (XII) 39; versus freedom, (IX) 237; and the free mind, (VIII) 263-64; as hindrance, (XII) 45, 270; as hindrance to communication, (X) 169-70; as hindrance to enquiry, (XVII) 68-69; as hindrance to listening, (XV) 252; as hindrance to observation, (XII) 113; as hindrance to sharing, (XI) 195-96; as hindrance to thought, (X) 121, 123, 206; (XI) 314; and ideas, (XI) 203; versus inquiry, (IX) 181-82, 185; and the intellect, (XI) 217; and learning, (X) 233-34; versus learning, (XI) 60-61, 113; versus negative thinking, (XI) 91; and problem, (VIII) 284; as repetition, (X) 166; and thinking, (XI) 2, 389, 390-91; versus understanding, (XI) 64. See also Belief; Comparison; Concepts; Conditioning; Conformity; Experience; Ideas; Knowledge; Opinion; Tradition Condemnation, (VII) 298-99; achieving freedom from, (IX) 95; and action, (XII) 5-6; and attention, (IX) 276-77; and awareness, (V) 254; (IX) 30-31; versus awareness, (XIII) 34; cessation of, (XII) 228; and change, (IX) 154; and conditioning, (X) 215; and duality, (VIII) 195-96, 197-98; and emptiness, (X) 94; and envy, (IX) 99; (X) 28-29, 91, 265, 268; as escape, (V) 170; as escape from fact, (XII) 46; and evaluation, (VIII) 338-39; freedom from, (IX) 227; freedom from thought, (IX) 72; and the free mind, (IX) 4; as hindrance, (VIII) 230-31; (IX) 72; as hindrance to awareness, (IX) 70, 120; as hindrance to clarity, (XVII) 99; as hindrance to learning, (XIV) 172; as hindrance to life, (VIII) 118-19; as hindrance to looking, (XVII) 239; as hindrance to seeing, (XII) 61; as hindrance to self-knowledge, (V) 335, 338; (X) 33-34; (XI) 186; (XIII) 193; as hindrance to understanding, (V) 155, 303-4; (X) 110-11, 139; (XII) 65, 242; (XIII) 200; (XV) 276-77; (XVII) 225; as identification, (IV) 143; and jealousy, (VIII) 110; and labeling, (V) 311-13; (IX) 23; looking without, (XVI) 6; (XVII) 259; looking at the self without, (XIV) 24142; and observation, (XIV) 17-18; and the observer and the observed, (V) 364; and problems, (VII) 243-44; as reaction, (XIII) 260; versus sensitivity, (VII) 271-72; and the stupid mind, (VIII) 149-50; and thought, (XIII) 48; understanding, (XIII) 30; and understanding, (X) 13; versus understanding, (V) 188-89; and the word, (XIII) 103-4. See also Ambition; Awareness; Comparison; Conclusion; Conflict; Interpretation; Naming Conditioned knowledge: as hindrance to reality, (IV) 81 Conditioned mind, (VII) 73-75, 148-51; (X) 215; and adjustment to society, (XVI) 94; versus the alert mind, (X) 161-62; awareness of, (IV) 58; (XVII) 229; and belief, (VII) 257-59; beyond, (IX) 222; and change, (VIII) 176-77; (IX) 54-57; and collective thinking, (VII) 168-69; conscious and unconscious, (X) 151-52; and contradiction, (VIII) 267-68; and destruction, (XIII) 324; and division, (VII) 48; and fact, (XII) 316; freedom from, (X) 19-20; and the free mind, (XIII) 281; and God, (V) 4-5; as hindrance to capacity, (IX) 49; as hindrance to freedom, (X) 108-9; and illusion, (VII) 270; and inherited patterns, (IX) 98; and knowledge of God, (IX) 113; and the new, (XVII) 96-97; as the past, (XIII) 36; and problems, (VII) 175; and problem solving, (IX) 13-14; and radical transformation, (VII) 181-83; and recognition, (IX) 66; versus religion, (X) 107-9; and the search for answers, (XIII) 221; as shackled, (X) 165-66; and society, (VIII) 301-2; understanding, (VII) 180; and understanding the new, (V) 118; and understanding the true, (XIII) 273-74; and visions, (XIII) 322. See also Action; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; Dull mind; Memory; Mind; New; Quiet mind Conditioned response: and belief, (V) 187; and experience, (V) 233; and the idea, (V) 206. See also Conformity; Divisions; Environment Conditioned thinking, (XII) 282-83

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and being something, (IX) 71; and belief, (VII) 49; (VIII) 234; (IX) 228, 266; (X) 26, 102; (XVI) 137, 255; and belief and disbelief, (XIII) 29; and belief in God, (X) 66-67; (XII) 84; from birth, (XVI) 111; and books, (VIII) 269; and the brain, (XVI) 185, 300; of the brain, (XII) 191-92; breaking through, (XVII) 171-72, 173; and the center, (XII) 267-68; and certainty, (VI) 244; cessation of, (VIII) 95; (IX) 112; and challenge, (XI) 28; and challenge and response, (XII) 75; (XIV ) 37; (XVII) 148; and change, (VIII) 111-12, 162; (IX) 56-57; (X) 11-12; (XI) 310, 312; (XIV) 190; (XVII) 9; and children, (XIII) 272-73; of children, (VII) 78-79; (VIII) 287-88; (IX) 155-56; (X) 146-47; of children in society, (VIII) 287-88; and choice, (VII) 166; and collective, (IX) 125-28, 211; (X) 31-32, 54-55, 177-78; and the collective and the individual, (XIII) 62; (XIV) 56; and collective thinking, (VII) 229-30; and communication, (VIII) 275-76; and comparison, (XV) 168; (XVII) 182-83, 214; and the concept of God, (XVI) 113; and condemnation, (XIII) 30; and conflict, (XIII) 49-50; (XVI) 133; and the conscious and unconscious, (XII) 124-25; (XIII) 166-67; and consciousness, (IX) 141; (XIII) 111; (XVI) 143, 148, 189; and contradiction, (XIII) 51; and the contradictory answer, (XVII) 135; and control, (IX) 106; (XIV) 110; and the creation of problems, (IX) 253; and creed, (XI) 224-25; and crisis, (XIV) 156; and culture, (XVII) 12; defining, (VIII) 261; (IX) 100-101; (XII) 26364; denial of, (XIII) 91; and the desire for permanence, (X) 7-8; and the desire to be free, (XIII) 326; and destruction, (IV) 28; and dictatorship, (XI) 57-58; and direct perception, (XI) 203-4; and discipline, (V) 258-59; (XIII) 321; (XIV) 4; and discovery, (XI) 190; and discussion, (XII) 2; and disorder, (XVII) 227-28; and division(s), (V) 152-53; (IX) 39, 194; (XVII) 27980; and the division between action and ideology, (XVII) 140; doing away with, (XVI) 234; and dreams, (IX) 123-24; (X) 150-52; in East and West, (IX) 121, 259-60; and education, (VIII) 14647; and effect of experience, (IV) 31; and effort, (XI) 230; (XVII) 70; end of, (VIII) 52; and energy, (XVI) 165; enjoyment of, (IX) 164; and enslavement, (XII) 6; enslavement to, (XI) 323; and environment, (V) 161; (VI) 2; (X) 221-22; (XI) 255-56; and experience, (X) 22, 24; (XI) 11, 208, 222, 269, 305; (XII) 224; (XIII) 122-23, 159; (XIV) 215, 261; (XV) 39, 243-44; (XVII) 175; and experiencing the truth, (VII) 179-80; and facing the fact, (XIII) 34, 36; (XIV ) 294; factors of, (X) 3738; and fear, (III) 245; and fear of the word, (XVI) 104, 107; and followers, (XVII) 165; and fragmentation, (XVI) 238; and freedom, (XI) 37778; (XIII) 238; (XV) 205-6; (XVII) 5, 19, 166, 217-18, 263, 270; freedom from, (VII) 257-59; (VIII) 217-19; (IX) 78-80, 87-88, 227, 258; 22, 24, 37-39, 71, 157-58; (XI) 50-51, 59-60, 187-88, 248; (XV) 304; (XVI) 126-27; and freedom from the past, (XII) 144; versus the free individual, (X) 39; and the free mind, (VIII) 264-65, 291-93; (IX) 1-5, 80; (X) 18, 130; and the futility of escape, (XVII) 14; futility of solutions, (VII) 141-42; and God, (XV) 41; and habits, (XI) 134; (XVI) 57; as hindrance, (VI) 145; as hindrance to change, (XI) 312; (XVII) 100-104; as hindrance to discovery, (X) 170-71, 173; as hindrance to examination, (XVII) 233; as hindrance to freedom, (XVII) 278; as hindrance to investigation, (XVI) 79-80; as hindrance to living, (VIII) 341; as hindrance to living in the present, (XIV) 254; as hindrance to the new mind, (XIV) 15; as hindrance to revolution, (XVI) 298; as hindrance to sensitivity, (XIV) 5; as hindrance to understanding, (VII) 195; (X) 86, 198-99; (XIII) 165; of human beings, (XVII) 169; and identification, (V) 3; and illusion, (XII) 205; and images, (XIV) 108; immediate breakdown of, (XVII) 56; and the individual, (VIII) 204; (IX) 244; (X) 90; (XI) 181; (XVI) 4849; and influence(s), (XII) 139, 236-37; (XIII) 226; influence of, (XIV) 190; and the influence of symbols, (X) 115; and the influence on children, (IX) 107-8; versus inquiry, (X) 242; and the interpretation of thought, (XVII) 136; versus investigation, (XIII) 100; and knowledge, (VIII) 179, 214-15; and the known, (XI) 386; and learning, (IX) 172-73; as limitation, (VIII) 36, 142-43; and the limited mind, (VIII) 2-4; and listening, (VIII) 216, 247, 298; (XIII) 214; and living in the present, (XIV) 295; and loss of enthusiasm, (III) 69-70; and the loss of freedom, (XII) 281; and meaning, (VIII) 64; and the mediocre mind, (VII) 219-21; and meditation, (VIII) 239; (XII) 42; (XIII) 94, 152, 192, 263; (XIV) 35; (XVI) 29; and memory, (IX) 190-92; (XV) 224; and method, (X) 213-14; and the mind, (VI) 108-10; (VII) 317; (IX) 5-6, 215-18; (X) 78,

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See also Awareness; Conformity; Experience; Freedom; Memory; Mind; Truth Conduct, (XVII) 200-204. See also Behavior; Images; Patterns Confidence, (IV) 71; (VII) 274-75; and achievement, (V) 133; kinds of, (VI) 198-99; and the movement of discovery, (IX) 131; in the self, (IV) 104; and self-knowledge, (VII) 293; through selfknowledge, (IV) 104; two types of, (V) 34-35. See also Self-confidence Conflict, (l) 45-46; (II) 60-61, 214; (IV) 196; (V) 16062, 348-51; (XI) 258-59; (XII) 129-33, 153-57, 175-79, 193-98, 238-43; (XIII) 16-18, 23-26, 7576, 230-34; 282-86; (XIV) 7-13, 78-82, 129-34; (XV) 341-46; (XVI) 6-13, 80-82, 84-85, 91-92; absence of, (IX) 101; (XVI) 162; and the absence of clarity, (XVI) 7; and the absence of peace and freedom, (XVI) 130-34; acceptance of, (XVI) 50, 51, 74; achieving the absence of, (XI) 363; achieving freedom from, (V) 157-58; and acquiring knowledge, (XIV) 87; and action, (XIV) 203-6, 239; (XVI) 56, 74, 269-71; and action and idea, (XIV) 21, 69; (XVI) 38-39, 216, 218-19; between action and idea, (IX) 216; between the actual and the idea, (XI) 150-51; between actuality and belief, (VII) 32-33; and ambition, (VII) 84; (XIII) 21; and the ambitious mind, (XII) 309-10, 312; approach to, (XIV) 49-50; between attachment and detachment, (IX) 38; and attention, (XII) 264; (XVI) 154; versus attention, (XVII) 260; and attention and concentration, (XII) 215; between attention and distraction, (V) 164; and attention and inattention, (XV) 154; and avoidance, (l) 28; and awakening, (II) 120-21; and awareness, (IV) 2425; (IX) 30; (XIII) 21, 22-23; awareness of, (l) 4; (XV) 98-99; and awareness of relationship, (IX) 139; and awareness of self, (V) 158; and the battle of opposites, (XIII) 158; of beauty and ugliness, (VII) 207; and becoming, (VII) 198; and the belief in security, (XIV) 132; as blind struggle, (IV) 11; and the brain, (XIII) 294; as breeder of conflict, (XVI) 121-22; causes of, (XIV ) 10; as cause of sorrow, (VII) 90; and cessation of, (XI) 91; (XVI) 37, 122; cessation through compulsion, (V) 257, 259; and challenge and response, (IX) 109; (X) 25; (XVII) 106, 111; and change, (VII) 23-25; (IX) 26, 28, 57; (X) 11; (XVI) 49, 51, 152-53; and changing values, (IV) 32; and choice, (l) 29; (VII) 165; (VIII) 309-11; (XVI) 9; through choice, (X) 90; and class distinctions, (II) 50; and clearing the mind, (XIII) 48; and commitment, (XI) 371-72; and comparative thinking, (XIV) 196; and comparison, (XII) 13; (XVII) 182-83, 214, 232-33; and complexity, (VI) 337; complexity of inner, (XVI) 6; and concentration, (VII) 26-27; (VIII) 157; (XII) 264; (XIII) 20, 337; in concepts of man, (III) 37-38; and conditioning, (VI) 76; (XI) 11; (XIII) 49-50; between conditioning and movement of life, (VII) 257; and the confused mind, (XIV) 106; and confusion, (XVI) 276; and the conscious

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and the desire for permanency, (XIII) 179-81, 263; and the desire for pleasure, (XVI) 282; and the desire for security, (XIV) 131; and desire for sex, (V) 216-17; and the desire to be free of, (XII) 123; and desire to escape, (V) 349; (XI) 228; and desire to live without, (XVI) 94-95; and destiny, (XIV) 64; as destructive, (XIII) 179; (XIV ) 242; as destructive force, (VI) 78; and the destructive mind, (XII) 19; destructiveness of, (XII) 14; and the deteriorating mind, (XIV) 175; and deterioration, (VII) 126; (XI) 343-45; and discipline, (XIII) 80; (XVI) 150; and disintegration, (XIV) 28; and disorder, (XVII) 224, 248, 249, 250; and dissipated energy, (XII) 289; and distortion of the mind, (XVII) 267; and distraction, (XIII) 278-79; and division(s), (XII) 134; (XIII) 322-23; (XV) 56; (XVI) 23; (XVII) 279-80; through division, (III) 69; (XIV ) 160; and the division of action and idea, (XVII) 40; and the division of the observer and the observed, (XVII) 276; and the division between thinker and thought, (XIII) 305; (XIV ) 242-44; and the division of memories, (X) 73; and dreams, (VII) 171-72; and dogma, (II) 184; (VI) 46; and division, (V) 322; and duality, (III) 153-54; (VII) 47-48; (XI) 32-33; (XIV) 293; (XVI) 68; (XVII) 208; and duality of the thinker and the thought, (IX) 283; and the dull mind, (XII) 176-77; (XIII) 46-47, 50; between duty and fact, (XII) 127; and ecstasy of life, (l ) 193; effect of, (XIII) 43; effects of understanding, (XV) 87; and effort, (V) 116; (X) 114; (XI) 21-22, 354; (XII) 214; (XV) 61; and ego (l) 187-188; elimination of, (XI) 355; (XIV) 294; (XV) 143; and the employer and the employed, (XVII) 12728; and emptiness, (X) 30; ending, (IV) 159; (VII) 318; (IX) 115; (XII); (XVI) 4, 69, 77, 99, 272; (XVII) 42-43; and energy, (XII) 63, 65, 110, 289; (XIII) 5, 46-47, 181-82, 230, 337; (XIV) 6, 208; (XVI) 164-65, 244; (XVII) 120; and environment, (II) 35-36, 50, 54-57, 85-86, 224; environment and the individual, (II) 16; and envy, (IX) 99; (X) 2930; eradication of, (XII) 129-33; and escape, (XIV) 250-57; escape from, (II) 4-5, 14, 43, 64, 119; (VI) 88; (VII) 243; (IX) 136; (XV) 150; (XVI) 34; and escape from fear, (XVI) 211; examination of, (II) 86-87; and exclusion, (V) 266; and experience, (II) 44; between the experiencer and the experience, (XI) 142-43; experimenting with, (II) 43; facing, (XVI) 166; and fact, (XII) 323-24; between fact and desire, (XII) 104, 106; between fact and idea, (XIII) 32-33, 35; (XIV) 290; and fear, (II) 103-4; (VII) 191, 193; (XIII) 135; (XV) 117, 118; (XVI) 266; (XVII) 211; and fear of change, (III) 103-4; between formulas and what is, (XIV) 142; and the fragmentary outlook, (X) 148-49; and fragmentation, (XVI) 287-88; (XVII) 29; and freedom, (IX) 144; (XVI) 46-47; versus freedom, (X) 29, 58; freedom from, (l) 32; (III) 75-76, 98; (XI) 300; (XIV) 55; (XVI) 91-92, 201; (XVII) 171, 270, 273-74; versus the free mind, (XIII) 88; and fulfillment, (VII) 329-30; and function and status, (XVII) 122; of greed and need, (III) 155; and habit(s), (X) 134-35; (XIII) 239; (XIV) 14445; between the heart and the mind, (VIII) 159-60; as hindrance to energy, (XIV) 78, 295; as hindrance to exploration, (XIII) 335; as hindrance to light, (XVI) 8; as hindrance to living fully, (XIII) 78; as hindrance to the new mind, (XIV) 49; as hindrance to observation, (XIII) 14; (XIV) 4243; as hindrance to order, (XV) 296-97; as hindrance to the religious spirit, (XIV) 43; as hindrance to the sensitive brain, (XVI) 19; as hindrance to understanding, (V) 360; as hindrance to understanding life, (XIV) 278; and the human being, (XVI) 93; and human history, (XVI) 80; and the ‘I’, (II) 30, 35-36; of ‘I’ and environment, (II) 54; and ideals, (II) 18, 40-41; (V) 290; (VIII) 221; (IX) 277, 286; (XI) 23-25; and ideas, (V) 325; and idea and action, (XVI) 268-71; between idea and action, (XV) 142; and identification, (V) 4; and ideology, (X) 74; and illusion, (II) 197; (VI) 34345; and image, (XV) 193-95; between images, (XVII) 205; implications of, (XVI) 52; and the inadequate response, (IX) 2; and the individual, (II) 50; (III) 175-76; (IV) 153; between individual and group, (II) 130; between individual and the mass, (III) 91; between individual and society, (VII) 285; in the individual and the world, (XIV) 124; and individuality, (II) 196; and innocence, (XIV) 202; inside and outside, (XIV) 72-73; and integration, (VI) 359; investigating, (XVI) 81-82; inward and outward, (V) 339; (XI) 243; (XIII) 168, 221; (XIV) 47-48; and inward and outward movement, (XIII) 268; and inward beauty, (V) 112; and knowledge and learning, (XIII) 81; and the known, (XIII) 290; between known and unknown, (VI) 226-27; and leaders, (V) 368-69; (X) 173-75; and learning, (XIV) 239; and liberation, (l) 135-36; liberation from, (III) 82; and life, (VIII) 341-42; in life, (XII) 43; between life

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and the conditioned mind, (VIII) 147; and the limitations within consciousness, (XVII) 3; and limited action, (XIII) 327; versus listening, (IX) 105-6; and livelihood, (IX) 204; living a life of, (XVI) 160; living and dying, (VII) 187; living in, (XIII) 257-58; living without (XIII) 18, 127-28; (XV) 153, 214; (XVI) 161; (XVII) 30, 252; and loneliness, (XIII) 127; and love, (XIV) 257; versus love, (XVII) 205; and loveless existence, (V) 101; and the mature mind, (XV) 288; and the ‘me’, (VII) 305-6; between ‘me’ and the ideal, (VII) 4; meaning of, (XIV) 50, 81; between mechanical and spontaneous, (III) 125-26; and meditation, (II) 40; (VII) 57; (XI) 197; (XIII) 262; (XIV) 35; and memory, (l) 24-26; and the mind, (III) 132; (VII) 325; (XII) 15, 110; (XIII) 282; in the mind, (XI) 168-69; between the mind and body, (XIII) 139; through misunderstanding, (II) 1; and the ‘more’, (IX) 66; and motive, (XIV) 238; as a natural state, (VI) 72-73; nature of, (XVI) 85; need for, (II) 1; need for ending, (XVI) 213-14; and the need for order, (XVII) 245, 248; need for understanding, (XVI) 52; need to avoid, (V) 73; and observation, (XIII) 298; and the observer, (XIII) 283; (XVI) 69; and the observer and the observed, (XIII) 194, 297; (XV) 126; (XVII) 41, 209-10; between the observer and the observed, (XII) 177-78; and occupation, (VII) 42-43; and the occupied mind, (IX) 81, 205-6; of opposites, (l) 135; (II) 17, 54-55, 56-57; origin of, (II) 147-48; (XIII) 76, 78, 26364; and passion, (XIV) 95; and the past, (XIII) 72; between past and present, (XII) 208; past, present, and future, (V) 213; and patterns, (X) 99; and peace, (VIII) 129-30; and perception, (V) 211; and perfection, (l) 112-13; (II) 35; and the petty mind, (IX) 105; physical effects of, (XIV ) 74; and pills, (XI) 81; and pleasure, (XV) 164; (XVI) 91-92, 214, 217; (XVII) 122-23, 184, 185; and pleasure and desire, (XVI) 93-94; as the positive approach, (XI) 292; and positive inquiry, (XVI) 75-76; and the positive mind, (XV) 259; and possessiveness, (II) 8; and power, (VII) 13; and prayer, (VI) 14; and problems, (V) 333, 336; (XI) 15-16; (XV) 15253; as productive thought, (V) 168-69; and psychological security, (V) 344; through questioning, (II) 3; versus the quiet mind, (IX) 91; reasons for, (VIII) 76; (XI) 22-24; and relationship(s), (III) 114-15, 155-56; (XVI) 34-35; of relationship, (IV) 38; (V) 294-95; (VI) 4-5, 1820, 78-81, 239-40; and religious distinctions, (II) 50; versus the religious man, (XIV) 29; and the religious mind, (XII) 175; and resistance, (X) 25556; (XIII) 107, 109; resolving, (V) 367; resolving the problem of, (XVI) 8; and response, (X) 51; and right livelihood, (V) 53; roots of, (XVI) 153-54, 156; and search, (VIII) 327-28; and the search for happiness, (X) 41; and search for peace, (VII) 2021; (XI) 130; and the search for pleasure, (XVI) 112; and search for security, (IV) 44; and the search for self-expression, (XIV) 247-48; and search for solutions, (II) 57-59; and security, (XI) 66; and seeking a system, (XVII) 197; and self, (VI) 281; of self-created duality, (III) 121; and self-discipline, (XVII) 170; versus self-knowledge, (XIII) 329; and separation, (XVII) 278; and the separation of thought and action, (XVII) 252; versus silence, (XV) 37; and social conformity, (XV) 15-16; and social structure, (XIII) 165-66; and society, (VII) 80; (X) 43-44; (XVII) 153; and sorrow, (X) 56-58; (XII) 209; (XV) 222, 225-26; source of, (VI) 337-39; (XIV) 244; and space, (XVI) 248-249, 250; and the static center, (III) 104; and status, (VIII) 37; and the still mind, (VI) 101; and struggle, (VII) 29; and submission of the individual, (V) 278; and success, (XIII) 237; and suffering, (l) 36-37; (II) 44, 176; through suppression, (VIII) 90-93; and the thinker and the thought, (X) 85, 115; (XIII) 143-44; (XIV) 36, 9293; (XVII) 249-50; between thinker and thought, (VI) 151; with the thinker as center, (XV) 67; and thinking, (XV) 23; and thought, (XV) 224; (XVI) 75-76, 133, 167, 182, 230; and time, (V) 51-52; (XI) 110; (XII) 159; (XIII) 25, 103; (XV) 125; (XVI) 184; and tolerance, (III) 92-93, 94; as torture, (XIV) 142; and tradition, (VII) 70; with tradition, (II) 224; and truth, (VIII) 307; (XIV ) 57; and unawareness, (l) 32; and unconscious, (II) 64; as uncreative, (V) 364; (VII) 281; understanding, (III) 199; (XII) 129-33; (XIV) 81, 124-25; (XVI) 4; and understanding, (l) 139-40; (II) 33; (IV) 1112, 28-29; (VI) 221-22; understanding daily, (XVI) 4; understanding the process of, (V) 349; (XII) 296-97; understanding the structure of, (XIV) 71; (XVII) 273-74; and values, (IV) 19; and violence, (XVII) 233; and wanting, (VIII) 137; and war, (XVI) 3-4; and the waste of energy, (XIV) 289-90, 293, 295; (XV) 91, 108; (XVI) 67, 68-70, 153; (XVII) 121, 122; and what is, (XVII) 170; and what is and ‘what should be’, (XVII) 88, 90, 102, 208-9; between what is and ‘what should be’, (IX) 154, 167; (XV) 65, 161-62; (XVI) 183; and ‘what should be’, (VII) 227; and will, (X) 26-27; (XI) 267; (XII) 158; (XVI) 95-97, 99; within and without, (III) 181-82; and working together, (XI) 308-9; and the world, (VI) 19. See also Confusion; Contradiction; Disorder; Effort; Envy; ‘I’; Sorrow; Struggle; Want Conflict and degeneration: relationship between, (XIII) 282. See also Conflict Conflict of duality: and choice of right and wrong, (VII) 294-96; and comparison, (X) 221; and resistance, (X) 257; and the thinker and the thought, (X) 41 Conflict of opposites, (III) 81-82, 165, 169, 209-10; (IV) 2-3, 11-12, 123, 185-86; (VII) 49-50; and becoming, (IV) 131-32; and craving, (III) 220; creating, (VIII) 318; and desire, (VII) 40; and desire for happiness, (IV) 28; versus facing the fact, (XIII) 36; and facing fear, (XIII) 33; and habit, (IV) 10-11; and illusion of results, (IV) 67;

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and impermanent solutions, (IV) 5-6; and learning, (XII) 199; and the mind, (VIII) 253. See also Conflict; Divisions; Duality; Opposites; Sorrow Conformity, (l ) 32, 53, 62; (VI) 65-66; (XV) 214-20; and action, (l) 27, 82; (XVI) 74, 268; (XVII) 1821; and the authority of tradition, (XIII) 175; as barrier to the free mind, (IX) 202; and the center, (XII) 177; and change, (VIII) 162; (X) 135, 13738; (XV) 198; versus change, (IX) 25-27; and character, (X) 195-96; and the child, (XIII) 273; and children, (IX) 155; and collapse of cultures, (XI) 69; and compulsion, (V) 34; and conflict, (XIV) 203-4; and conscious change, (VII) 295; and continuity, (XI) 136; and contradiction, (IX) 206; (XII) 32; defining, (XV) 215; and desire, (XV) 1516, 18-19; and desire for security, (VII) 300-302; and discipline, (III) 131-32; (V) 258-59; (VI) 225, 259; (VII) 19, 146-47; (X) 96-97, 146-47, 247; (XIII) 268, 335; (XIV) 144-46, 239-40; (XV) 2067, 238; and disintegration, (VIII) 166; and disorder, (XV) 325-29; and doctrine, (IV) 39-40; and the dull mind, (V) 246-47; and education, (VII) 320; (VIII) 11-12, 278-83; (IX) 11-12; and education of children, (II) 230; (X) 65; and effort, (l) 85-86; and environment, (XV) 3; and experience, (X) 51; and external authority, (II) 15; and fear, (II) 4; (XV) 92; (XVI) 17; through fear, (III) 98; and freedom, (l) 167; (IX) 85, 143; versus freedom, (XII) 235; versus the free mind, (VIII) 330; (XII) 142-43; and habit, (III) 100; as hindrance, (II) 15; as hindrance to happiness, (VII) 69-70; as hindrance to learning, (XV) 13-14, 69; as hindrance to order, (XV) 297-98; as hindrance to radical revolution, (XVI) 51; and the ‘how’, (VII) 17; and human society, (XV) 53; to an idea, (V) 43-44; and ideals, (XIV ) 91; and the ideal of the permanent, (XIII) 306; and ideology, (XVII) 190; and the individual, (XIII) 160, 226; and influence, (XII) 28; and institutions, (III) 134; and integration, (IV) 39; and juvenile delinquency, (X) 4-5; and laziness, (XIII) 139; lifelong, (XVI) 18; as lifelong pattern, (XI) 228-30, 232; and love of children, (IX) 271-72; and maintenance of self, (IV) 67; and meditation, (VI) 174; (XV) 183; and method, (X) 213-14; as moral and respectable, (XV) 71; and national and religious symbols, (XIII) 7-8; necessary, (XII) 32; necessary and unnecessary, (XV) 216-17; and the need for security, (IX) 186-87; and outward change, (XVI) 152; and peace, (VII) 20-21; and pleasure, (XVI) 82; and power, (V) 45; and propaganda, (V) 366; and purpose, (XII) 23; reasons for, (IX) 8; and relationship, (IV) 38; and religion, (II) 4; (IX) 10; versus the religious life, (XIV ) 267-68; and repetition, (VI) 58; as respectable, (VII) 186; and right and wrong, (VII) 292; as rooted in fear, (VII) 290; and sacred books, (VI) 40; versus saying no, (XIII) 2; and search, (VIII) 327-28; and the search for the eternal, (IX) 15; and security, (XIII) 121; and seeking, (XVII) 152; and self, (VI) 307; and social morality, (XV) 172; and society, (IX) 203, 230; (XIV) 90, 145; (XV) 14-15; (XVI) 172; (XVII) 138; and struggle, (VII) 28-29; and systems, (VIII) 7; and theory, (XI) 133; and transformation, (VII) 182-83; and truth, (l) 12; types of, (XII) 28-29; (XIII) 227; and values, (II) 90-91; and violence, (XVII) 103; and want, (l) 9091; and the wasting of energy, (XIV) 294; and the young, (VII) 132. See also Action; Authority; Becoming; Commitment; Compulsion; Conditioning; Discipline; Dull mind; Effort; Fear; Habit; Imitation; Method; Patterns; Religion; Resistance; Respectability; Security; Society; Tradition Conformity, desire, time, and thought: as interrelated, (XV) 18-19. See also Conformity Confused mind: versus clarity, (XVII) 21; effects of, (XVI) 165; and fear, (XVII) 24. See also Confusion; Dull mind; Mind Confusion, (IX) 29-30; (X) 203-6; (XI) 178-82; (XII) 68-74; (XVI) 274-81; and the absence of clarity, (X) 152; and action, (VII) 197, 200; (XVI) 247; (XVII) 20; and approach to life, (IX) 246-47; attempts to find a way out of, (XVII) 100-101; and authority, (VIII) 121; (IX) 146, 193-94, 239, 25657; (XVI) 115; awareness of, (VIII) 200-202; and belief, (V) 36-37; (XVI) 255, 256, 257; and choice, (VI) 242; (VIII) 183; (XVI) 296; (XVII) 15-17, 45, 83, 240, 270; and conclusions, (X) 206; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 257; and conflict, (XIII) 233; (XIV) 11-12; and conformity, (VI) 93-94; creation of, (XVII) 165; and the creation of leaders, (X) 77; and creation of leadership, (IV) 102-3; (V) 368-69; defining, (IX) 89; and desire for authority, (IV) 86; (XIV) 163; and desire to act, (V) 94-96; and deterioration, (XI) 358-60; and ending action, (XVII) 21; and escape from fact, (VIII) 333-35; and escape to leaders, (XI) 295; expulsion of, (XIV) 143; and fear, (XI) 51-52; (XVI) 61; and followers, (V) 47-48; and following, (IX) 150-52; and following authority, (XVII) 247; and fragmentation, (XVI) 295; and the fragmentation of life, (X) 128; freedom from, (IV) 160; (X) 66; (XVII) 2; freedom from authority, (X) 35-36; as hindrance, (VIII) 212-13; as hindrance to clarity, (XVI) 131; and ideas, (VIII) 211-12; and illness, (IX) 88-89; and intellectual acceptance, (X) 126; inward, (XV) 172; (XVII) 195; life as, (XVI) 182; and the meaning of existence, (X) 65-66; and the mind, (XI) 201-2, 205; as motive, (XII) 68-69; and need for authority, (VIII) 208; (XVI) 2; and need for leaders, (V) 101-3, 152, 183; (VI) 103; and need for savior, (VII) 7; versus the new, (XIV) 58; and the petty mind, (X) 100-101; versus precision, (XI) 178-79; prevalence of, (XVI) 250; and problems, (VIII) 231; (XIV) 174; process of, (IX) 29-30; as product of the mind, (IV) 183; and psychological need for guru, (V) 192-93; and the purpose of life, (V) 22-23, 24, 29; (VII) 124; and questioning, (XVII) 6; and relationships, (V) 152;

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(XVII) 20; and role of leaders, (VII) 179-80; and search for authority, (VI) 65-66; (XII) 189; and the search for clarity, (XIII) 199; and the search for guidance, (X) 204-6; and search for guru, (VI) 4-5; and seeking, (XVI) 115; and self-understanding, (X) 35; state of, (XVI) 258-59, 260; and systems, (VII) 226-27; understanding, (V) 22-24, 358-59; and want, (III) 17; and what is, (X) 4; and world conflict, (V) 244; and world problems, (XVII) 131; and worship of the past, (XVI) 12. See also Authority; Conflict; Contradiction; Fear; Mind; Sorrow; Uncertainty Conscience: voice of, (XIII) 209; and the unconscious, 131 Conscientious objector: and war, (XVI) 288. See also Killing; Violence Conscious, (VII) 195-97, 281-84; and action of will, (XI) 163; and adjustment, (X) 232; and ambition, (VII) 235; and awareness, (XI) 18; awareness of, (XIV) 62-63, 65; and awareness of the unconscious, (XVII) 62-63; and change, (IX) 5557; and conflict, (XIII) 16; (XIV) 10, 11; and contradiction, (XI) 33-34; control of, (XVII) 3; and daily life, (X) 141; (XI) 339-40; (XIII) 317; (XV) 153, 306; defining, (IX) 56; (XIII) 7; (XIV) 140; (XVI) 10; and divisions of consciousness, (XVII) 145-46; and dreams, (IX) 60-61, 124; (XIII) 29293; as dreamless, (X) 151-52; as the educated mind, (X) 211; and education, (XI) 10-12; and the environment, (X) 54; and fear, (XIV) 249, 251; (XV) 318; (XVI) 103-4; and freedom from, (XIII) 129; and the free mind, (X) 3; function of, (X) 237; (XII) 41, 111-13, 219-20; (XV) 11; as the individual, (III) 4; and the influence of society, (XIII) 225-26; meaning of, (XV) 258; and meditation, (VIII) 240; and the past, (VIII) 215; (XIII) 185; (XVI) 143; and the process of thinking, (IX) 141-42; and self-understanding, (IX) 87; and sorrow, (XV) 221; as the technological present, (XIII) 68; and the unconscious, (III) 4-5, 13; (VI) 364-66; understanding, (VIII) 210; and words, (VIII) 175; (XI) 85-86. See also Awareness; Brain; Conditioning; Conscious and unconscious; Consciousness; Knowledge; Mind; Occupied mind; Thought; Unconscious; Unconsciousness; Want Conscious action: and change, (VIII) 161; and the unconscious revolution, (VIII) 5 Conscious and the unconscious, (X) 33, 34; (XVII) 3; absence of, (XII) 113; and accumulation, (XVI) 27-28; and authority, (VII) 66; awareness of, (XIII) 201; and change, (XI) 312; as conditioned, (IX) 222; and conditioning, (X) 39; conditions for observing, (XVII) 84; conflict between, (XIII) 290; and divisions, (XII) 195; division between, (XI) 167-68; (XV) 271; false division in, (XVII) 165; and fear, (XIV) 94; and fragmentation, (XV) 101-2; and hindrance of the past, (X) 108-9; and influence, (XII) 321; and knowledge, (XI) 382; and meditation, (XIII) 152; need to understand, (XIII) 317; and occupation, (IX) 58-59; as one, (XIII) 7, 37; (XVI) 54; as one movement, (XIV ) 20; patterns of change, (IX) 25-28; and positive motive, (XII) 126; and the process of thought, (XII) 304; and psychological time, (XIII) 185; significance of, (XV) 120; and time, (X) 113; as trivial, (XIV) 190, 201. See also Conscious; Conscious mind; Mind; Unconscious Conscious effort: and action of will, (VII) 182; and change, (VII) 295-97 Conscious mind, (VIII) 147-49; and authority, (XIV) 19-20; capability of, (X) 63-64; and change, (V) 275-76; and conditioning, (V) 81; and conflict, (V) 162; and daily activity, (VII) 261; and daily life, (VIII) 265; (XI) 253; and daily pursuits, (VII) 171; defining, (IV) 105; (VIII) 13-14; (XI) 231-33; (XIV) 19-20; and discipline, (VII) 294-96; and dreams, (IV) 136-38; (VIII) 330-31; and effort, (VII) 181-82; and the examination of the unconscious, (XVII) 84; and experience, (VII) 330; function of, (XI) 327-28; and illusion, (VII) 194; as the individual mind, (XV) 188; as the positive mind, (XI) 204; and prayer, (VIII) 240; and revolution, (VII) 252-53; as the superficial mind, (XIV) 38; and the totality of life, (XV) 18889; and unconscious mind, (VI) 107-10; (IX) 22; as unfree, (VII) 256-57. See also Conscious; Consciousness; Mind; Unconscious Consciousness, (III) 192; (V) 120-21; (VII) 275-77; (XI) 383-88; (XVI) 53-59; achieving, without a leader, (IX) 128; and action, (III) 39; awake and dormant, (V) 236-67; and awareness, (IX) 139-40; awareness of layers, (V) 120, 343; and the beginning of fragmentation, (XVI) 240; and the center, (XI) 142; and change, (VIII) 24; (X) 45-46, 136; (XI) 125, 310-11; (XII) 254; changing, (XVII) 100; and choiceless awareness, (XV) 85; clarification of, (IV) 114-15; and conditioning, (VIII) 3-4; (IX) 198; (XIII) 36-37; (XVI) 107, 143, 148, 154; and conflict, (II) 64; (XII) 240-41; (XIII) 282, 283, 285; and the conflict of contradiction, (XII) 194; and conflict of duality, (III) 175; as the conscious mind and unconscious mind, (XI) 327, 339-40; (XIII) 7; and continuity, (III) 26-27; contradictory nature of, (IX) 207; crisis in, (XVII) 19, 180; crisis of , (XI) 295; and daily activity, (X) 120; deep and superficial, (IX) 96-97; defining, (II) 233; (V) 92; (VII) 23, 276; (X) 18, 136-37; (XIII) 111; (XVI) 54; defining layers of, (IV) 164-66, 201; describing, (XII) 240; and disorder, (IV) 126; (XVII) 178; division in, (XIV) 62; and dreams, (V) 140-41; and the dull mind, (VIII) 51-52; and dying to yesterdays, (XI) 392; and effort and fear, (XII) 41, 304; and environment, (II) 66, 244; and experience, (X) 21; (XIV) 158; and experiencing, (V) 235; exploration of, (XIII) 334-35; and fear, (XIV) 250; and freedom, (IX) 143; function of, (XII) 256; (XVI) 10; and fundamental revolution, (IX) 4; going beyond, (IX) 98; (XVII) 169-70; and growing

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See also Awareness; Conscious; Energy; Environment; Freedom; Individuality; ‘I’ process; Knowledge; ‘Me’; Mind; Self; Self-centered activity; Suffering; Thought; Unconscious Conservative: and the avoidance of change, (VIII) 129; and desire for change, (VII) 321-22; and fear, (VIII) 62 Consideration: and discipline, (VIII) 91 Consistency, (l) 96-97; and memory, (l) 25-26, 35-36; and self-discipline, (l) 35-36 Constant: versus permanency, (XI) 126-27 Contact: and the absence of images, (XVII) 7; and attention, (XV) 160-61; and cessation of fear, (XVI) 106, 108; with death, (XV) 29-30, 33, 7879; (XVI) 176; defining, (XVII) 25; and desire, (XV) 16, 313; (XVI) 36, 61; (XVII) 184; with the fact, (XV) 339; and fear, (XV) 77, 161-62, 316-18; (XVI) 155, 175, 176; with fear, (XVII) 25; with hate, (XV) 301; and the hindrance of fear, (XVI) 178-79; and image, (XVII) 208; with insecurity, (XV) 31; versus isolation, (XVI) 221-22; with jealousy, (XV) 90-91; with life, (XV) 33; with loneliness, (XVI) 182, 183; as necessary to understanding, (XIV ) 256; and the observed, (XVI) 111; and permanency, (XIV ) 279-80; and pleasure, (XVII) 66; and problems, (XV) 151-52, 155; and relationship(s), (XVI) 33-34, 43, 106; (XVII) 141, 205; with the self, (XIV) 284-85; with sorrow, (XV) 78; and space, (XVI) 249; with time, sorrow, and death, (XV) 75, 77-78; and total relationship, (XVI) 249; understanding, (XV) 75, 77-78, 318-19; with violence, (XV) 337-38; and words, (XV) 30. See also Escape; Facts Contemplation, (l ) 124-25; and action, (XII) 20; defining, (XII) 20-21; and freedom from symbols, (XI) 357; and meditation, (XIII) 95, 195, 212, 263 Contemporary mind: defining, (XIV) 245. See also Mind; New; New mind Contentment, (VI) 186-87; (VII) 210-13; (VIII) 5354; achieving, (IV) 117; defining, (VI) 90; (VII) 113-14; desire for, (VII) 259-60; and effective action, (V) 364; and gratification, (IV) 33; and quietness, (VII) 156; and stagnation, (XII) 14; and truth, (VI) 134-35; and understanding, (III) 231; (VI) 27-28, 76. See also Becoming; Conflict; Gratification Content mind: defining, (VIII) 53-54 Continuance: and identification, (X) 76 Continuation: and the known, (XIII) 291. See also Continuity Continuity, (l) 23; (III) 191-92; (VI) 238-39; (XIII) 317-20; and attention, (XIII) 313-14; cessation of, (VIII) 168-70; and the conscious and the unconscious, (XIV) 190; craving for, (IV) 51; and the creation of formulas, (XIV ) 147; versus the creative, (XII) 261; and daily life, (VIII) 205; and death, (V) 67-69; (IX) 157-58, 236, 287-88; (XI) 30-31; (XII) 39; and death fear, (VI) 209-11; and decay, (V) 264-65; and desire, (XIV ) 180, 183, 224; (XV) 16, 18, 22, 59-60, 107, 223-24, 313, 315; (XVI) 36, 87-88, 91; desire for, (IV) 169-71; (V) 125-27; (VII) 282-83; (IX) 178; (X) 154-55, 208-9; (XIII) 317-19; (XV) 230; and desire for the known, (X) 43; as destructive, (VII) 187-88; versus dying, (V) 319-20; ending, (XVI) 245; ending of, (XIV) 153; and evaluation, (VIII) 335; as experience, (VIII) 241; and fear, (XII) 161, 259; (XIII) 171-72; and fear of death, (IV) 198; (VII) 55-56; (VIII) 277-78; (X) 60-61; (XI) 135-38, 24143, 287, 366-68; (XVI) 63; and fear of uncertainty, (V) 355; and fear of unknown, (VII) 330-31; function of, (XVI) 245-46; and God, (VII) 45; and gratification, (IX) 146; and habit, (XIII) 240; as habit, (XII) 146-47; as hindrance to the fresh mind,

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See also Change; Consciousness; Death; Desire; Dying; Fear; Freedom; Gratification; Immortality; ‘Me’; Meditation; Memory; Permanence; Reincarnation; Religion; Security; Time Continuity of thought: and death, (XII) 221-22 Contradiction, (IV) 68; (XV) 178-83, 249-50, 310-15; abolishing, (XIII) 33, 36; acceptance of, (XIV) 90; being accustomed to, (XV) 342-43; and action, (X) 232-34; (XIV) 205, 283; (XV) 198; and action and ideas, (XIV) 13, 232-33; as action in living, (XII) 24; and amb ition, (XII) 15, 25; and authority, (XIII) 235; and belief, (XVI) 274; and broken action, (XII) 34; cause(s) of, (XI) 22-24; (XIV) 286; and the center, (XI) 225; and challenge, (XII) 6; and challenge and response, (XII) 73; (XV) 15253; and change, (XI) 28; and choice, (XVII) 53; and clarity, (XVI) 131; and commitment, (XI) 343; in a complex world, (X) 239-40; and concept versus fact, (XV) 10-11; and conditioning, (VIII) 270; and conflict, (VIII) 253-54; (X) 10; (XII) 129, 194, 240-41; (XIII) 76, 90-91; (XIV) 10, 11, 79, 81, 125; (XV) 99; (XVI) 85; as conflict, (XI) 23-27, 88; and confusion, (XI) 182; (XII) 32; (XVI) 277; and the conscious and unconscious, (XII) 41-42, 125; between the conscious and unconscious, (XI) 327; and consciousness, (XI) 231, 263; and conviction, (XI) 322; and the creation of conflict, (XII) 177; defining, (XIII) 283; (XV) 18; and desire, (IX) 82; (XI) 161, 164, 168; (XII) 151; (XV) 16-18, 63-64, 67; between desire and conformity, (XV) 15-16; between desire and fulfillment, (XV) 21-22; and discipline, (XIII) 80; and disorder, (XV) 306-7; and division, (XV) 11; between educated layer and unconscious, (IX) 203-6; and effort, (XV) 9-12, 58, 61; (XVII) 70; ending, (XVI) 121; and ending thought, (XVI) 222; and energy, (XII) 63, 65, 66, 289; (XIII) 57; (XIV) 6; and environment, (IX) 5-6; and escape from, (XI) 340; and escape from fear, (XI) 241-42; between experience and actuality, (XV) 249; and experiencing, (XII) 44; and fact, (XII) 24; between the fact and the idea of energy, (XIV) 288; between the factual and the idea, (XIV) 280-82; and fragmentation, (XIV ) 284; (XV) 62-63, 104, 154, 344-45; freedom from, (XI) 34; (XIII) 72; (XIV ) 91; and fulfillment, (XII) 135; versus goodness, (XI) 323; as hindrance to attention, (XV) 175; as hindrance to observation, (XIV ) 50-51; and human beings, (XVI) 128; and human problems, (XVI) 297-98; between the idea and the action, (XVII) 148-49; and the idea versus the fact, (XVI) 9; and ideas, (XIII) 110; and inadequate answers, (XVII) 135; and identification, (X) 76; individual and social, (XII) 33; inner and societal, (XI) 150; and integration, (VII) 18-19; (VIII) 324; and knowledge, (XIV) 87; and laziness, (XIII) 139; as lie, (V) 321-22; in life, (XVI) 136; between life and mind, (XI) 29; life without, (XVI) 153; living with, (XI) 336-37; (XVI) 94; living without, (XV) 253; and the make -believe world, (XI) 284; meaning of, (XIII) 55-56, 232; and mechanical thinking, (XI) 33; and memory, (XI) 191; and the mind, (XI) 66, 336-40; nature of, (XVII) 4; need to eliminate, (XVI) 132; need to be free of, (XV) 341; and the negative mind, (XV) 256, 259-60; between new and old, (VIII) 267; and the observer and the observed, (XII) 46; between the observer and the observed, (XV) 114; (XVI) 23; and the occupied mind, (IX) 205-6; and the origin of creativity, (XI) 316-17; and the passion for something, (XIII) 251; and permanency, (XI) 31; and pleasure, (XVI) 28788; and pleasure and pain, (XVII) 231; and the positive approach, (XV) 256; and private and public masks, (XVI) 225; and problems, (XIV) 186; (XV) 195; process of, (XI) 219-20; through reaction, (XII) 21-22; between reality and fiction, (XV) 37; reasons for, (XV) 63-64; and religious revolution, (XVI) 80; and resistance, (XIV ) 234; and response, (XV) 23; and right-thinking, 179-80; and sanity, (XV) 171; and search, (XVII) 152; and the search for answers, (XII) 10; and seeing totally, (XII) 195; versus seeing the whole, (XVI) 238; and seeking a system, (XVII) 197; and the self, (X) 174-75; and sorrow, (XI) 219-21, 286; (XIII) 51; state of, (XV) 9-10, 250, 254; and struggle, (XIII) 125-26; and tension, (XII) 26-27, 31; and the

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See also Conformity; Discipline; Domination; Effort; Influences; Propaganda; Resistance; Suppression Controlled mind, (IV) 195-96. See also Authority; Conformity Controller: and waste of energy, (IX) 132 Controller and controlled: and conflict, (IX) 129 Control of mind, (IX) 103-6 Conversion: and conflict, (X) 202-3 Conviction: and influences, (XI) 321-22 Cooperation: absence of, (XIV) 123; and action, (XI) 9-10; approach to, (XI) 309, 311; and community welfare, (II) 39; and the competitive society, (XV) 53; complexity of, (XV) 19; and conformity, (XV) 19; through crisis, (V) 277-78; defining, (VIII) 256; without desire, (VI) 315; hindrances to, (XIV) 236; and ideas, (XIV) 266; and the individual, (II) 38-39; and inward revolution, (VIII) 252; as life, (XIV) 164; and love, (XV) 34; meaning of, (XV) 34-35; versus nationalism, (XV) 35; need for, (XVI) 126; and nothingness, (VI) 326-27; and passion, (XIV) 95; problem of, (XI) 307-9, 311; significance of, (VII) 122; and the silent mind, (VI) 328; and the state of aloneness, (XIV) 117-18; true, (XIV) 266; and truth, (XIV ) 42; understanding, (XIV ) 34. See also State Copy: See Imitation; Repetition Copying: morality of, (VIII) 70-71. See also Imitation; Tradition Corporations: and exploitation, (V) 63; and wealth, (V) 143. See also Technological progress; Technology Correction: See Self-fulfillment; Self-improvement Corruptibility: and love, (VII) 285-86 Corruption: and the absence of fear, (XIV) 193, 196; and authority, (X) 184; awareness of, (XII) 18; and the collective, (IX) 127-28; and followers, (VIII) 294; and honesty, (XVII) 278-79; and leaders, (VIII) 171-72; in leadership, (XII) 49-50; levels of, (XIV) 123; and petty minds, (XI) 333; prevalence of, (XIV) 162-63; and society, (XI) 15. See also Authority; Deterioration; Evil; Religion; Society; World problems Corrupt mind: and authority, (XI) 380; and fear, (XIII) 101. See also Dull mind; Free mind; Mind Country: love of, (XVII) 203. See also Nationalism Courage: as escape from fear, (II) 16-17; and fear, (VII) 191; as resistance, (XIII) 304 Courtesy: and the sense of beauty, (XII) 105 Craving, (III) 164-66, 170, 193, 194, 241-42; (IV) 80; and acquisition, (IV) 95; and authority, (IV) 46; awareness of, (III) 204; as cause of evil, (III) 21213; and conflict, (IV) 13, 68; and conflict of opposites, (III) 199; defining, (IV) 147; and fear, (III) 225-26; and the ‘I’ process, (III) 57-58; and joylessness, (III) 230; and layers of consciousness, (IV) 148; living without, (III) 44; and loneliness, (III) 229; (XV) 167-68; necessity to abolish, (III) 214-15; need to understand, (III) 209-10; process of, (III) 182-83; psychological, (IV) 32-33; as root of all misery, (III) 214-15; as root of self, (IV) 56; for self-expansion, (IV) 44-45; three forms of, (III) 164, 214-15, 220; understanding, (III) 171; understanding, as a solution, (III) 182-83. See also Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Belief; Desire; Greed; Immortality; Possessions; Possessiveness; Power; Want; Worldliness Creation, (VII) 14; achieving, (XI) 153, 387-88; (XIII) 341-42; (XV) 93-94; (XVI) 123; and art, (XIII) 176-77; versus artistic creativeness, (XIII) 267; and attention, (X) 189; and authority, (XV) 321-22; versus certainty, (X) 209; and change, (XI) 314; conditions for, (XII) 216-17; and conflict, (XIII) 23; and creation, (XII) 199; and the creative, (XIV) 207; and creativeness, (XV) 142; and creativity, (XI) 237-38; and death, (XIII) 259; defining, (XIII) 105; defining the state of, (XII) 172; and desire, (VII) 41-42, 124; as destruction, (XII) 225-26, 272-73, 297; and dying, (XII) 261; without effort, (IV) 117; and effortless energy, (XV) 107; and emptiness, (XII) 181; (XIII) 188; (XIV) 263; and the empty mind, (XI) 282; (XV) 246; and energy, (XIII) 112, 265; (XV) 93-94, 181-82; versus expression, (XII) 313; (XV) 137; and freedom, (XIII) 288-89; and freedom from the known, (XIII) 270, 292; and the free mind, (XI) 381-82; and the innocent mind, (XI) 93-94; and the intellect, (V) 97-98; and invention, (XII) 64; of leadership, (IX) 128; and love, (XIII) 156; and love and death, (XV) 246; meaning of, (XV) 47-48; (XVI) 122-23; versus mechanical knowledge, (XII) 322; as meditation, (XIII) 324; and the mind, (X) 190; (XI) 82-83; and moment to moment, (V) 305; and the movement beyond, (XIII) 40; movement of, (XIV ) 112; and negative thinking, (XIII) 257; and the new, (XVI) 148; as new, (XII) 216-17; and the new mind, (XIV) 235-36; and nothingness, (XIII) 143; versus the positive, (XI) 92, 94; precedes technique, (V) 145-46; and the quiet mind, (XI) 143; (XV) 137; and the religious mind, (XII) 82, 226, 326; as the result of conflict, (XIII) 109; and self-discovery, (XIV) 196-97; versus self-expression, (XV) 279; and space, (XIV)

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See also Destruction; Love Creative, (XI) 35-36; absence of, (IX) 186; and the absence of fear, (XV) 12-13; achieving, (XI) 73; versus conflict, (XVI) 80; and creation, (XIV) 207; versus creativity, (XI) 137; defining, (VII) 92; (XIII) 288-89; as destruction, (XII) 185; and dreams, (X) 120; and energy, (XII) 64; and freedom, (XI) 304; and the free mind, (IX) 243; (X) 131, 164-66; h indrance to, (IX) 8-9; importance of being, (V) 146-47; as the limitless mind, (X) 155; meaning of, (IX) 7-9; (XVII) 272; versus the mechanical, (XI) 367-68, 376; versus memory, (X) 219; and moment to moment, (IX) 50; and the new, (XVI) 192; and a new world, (X) 17; versus the past, (X) 87; and reality, (X) 223; and the religious mind, (XIV) 46, 269; versus satisfaction, (VII) 260; and search for reality, (IX) 51; versus the scientific, (XII) 77, 80; and uncertainty, (XIV) 133; and the unknown, (IX) 158. See also Arts; Creation; New; New mind; Technique; Truth Creative action, (VI) 57-58; and fulfillment, (II) 228 Creative activity: and the individual, (XI) 172 Creative artist: and self-expression, (II) 24 Creative awareness: See Silent awareness Creative beauty: achieving, (VIII) 311-12 Creative being: and uncertainty, (VI) 149 Creative choice: defining, (VII) 190. See also Choice Creative effort: and contradiction, (X) 233 Creative emptiness: and self-contradiction, (III) 203; and will (IV) 25. See also Reality Creative energy, (l) 95; defining, (XIII) 112; and movement of life, (III) 2, 3; and the process of conflict, (VIII) 310; and truth, (VIII) 306. See also Creation Creative entity: and the absence of authority, (XIII) 138 Creative expression: and ambition, (III) 184 Creative faith: defining, (VII) 141 Creative happiness: achieving, (VIII) 119-20; and human needs, (II) 47; and regeneration, (IV) 196. See also Truth Creative individual: and creation of leaders, (VIII) 301. See also Collective will Creative intelligence, (III) 5; achieving, (III) 99; awakening of, (III) 3; and education, (III) 93; versus individuality, (II) 81; and sex, (l) 166-67. See also Action; Intelligence Creative intuition: meaning of, (III) 68-69. See also Intelligence Creative life : as effortless, (XV) 108 Creative living, (III) 194; (VI) 57-58; and limiting, (III) 134; and self-discovery, (III) 236 Creative mind, (XI) 99; and the absence of conflict, (XII) 130; and the absence of fear, (VIII) 124; and the absence of frustration, (VIII) 197; and accumulation, (VII) 325-26; achieving, (XII) 48; and awareness, (VII) 147; versus conflict, (XIV) 78; defining, (XIII) 1-2; determination of, (XIII) 1-2; and education, (VIII) 59; and freedom from conflict, (XI) 99; and knowledge, (XIII) 81-82; and moment to moment, (VII) 309; as patternless, (XII) 185; as the religious mind, (XII) 273; and social challenge, (VI) 85; as still, (XI) 211; as timeless, (VIII) 56; and tradition, (XIII) 68; as uncluttered, (X) 238. See also Creation; Dull mind; Empty mind; Freedom; Free mind; New mind Creative moment, (IV) 171-72 Creative movement: and freedom from the known, (XIII) 219 Creativeness, (V) 116-17, 145-47; (VI) 168-70, 23133; (VII) 218-21; (VIII) 204-5; as absence of fear, (VII) 291; and absence of the ‘me’, (VII) 308; achieving, (IV) 9-10; and authority, (IV) 132; and the cessation of continuity, (IX) 17; and common purpose, (VII) 229-30; conditions for, (IV) 2; (V) 98; and creation, (XV) 142; defining, (VI) 157-58, 185-86; (VIII) 17; (IX) 243; in education, (VII) 51; and emptiness, (IX) 23-24; and experiencing, (V) 264-65; as freedom from craving, (IV) 15; as happiness, (IV) 174; hindrances to, (VI) 308-10; and imitation, (VI) 169-70; (VIII) 71; and the individual, (X) 37, 40; meaning of, (IX) 7; and the mind, (VIII) 244; (X) 3; without motive, (VIII) 313; and the problem of knowledge, (XI) 336; and self-awareness, (IV) 176; state of, (VII) 297; (X) 8; and technical advancement, (V) 145-46; and the timeless, (VIII) 18-19; and total revolution, (XI) 284; understanding, (VI) 113. See also Aloneness; Creation; God; Reality; Renewal; Truth Creative reality: and the cessation of the self, (X) 254; defining, (IV) 15; and self-awareness, (IX) 122. See also Awareness; God; Reality; Truth Creative state, (VI) 348-49; and absence of conflict, (V) 350; achieving, (XII) 145; defining, (VI) 8-9; desire for, (XII) 67; loss of, (V) 157; need for, (XII) 123 Creative stillness: achieving, (X) 17; of mind-heart, (III) 215. See also Quiet mind Creative thinking: versus conflict, (V) 160; and discovery, (XII) 124; and eternal movement, (II) 99-100; and the failure of education, (VIII) 282; hindrances to, (III) 95; through self-knowledge, (IV) 84. See also Right thinking Creative thought, (l) 144; and the unknown, (XI) 70 Creative tranquillity: and imperishable ecstasy, (IV) 48. See also Silent awareness; Still mind

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See also Killing; Violence Cripple: mental and physical, (VII) 221 Crisis: and attention, (XIV) 156; and awareness of masks, (XVI) 225; and challenge, (XII) 281; and change, (VI) 90; and choices, (l) 9-10; coping with, (V) 28; and the desire for comfort, (V) 28; and the disappearance of the past, (XIV) 151; and escape, (l) 54; and harmony, (l ) 38; inward and outward, (XVII) 195; and the known, (XI) 386; meaning of, (VI) 41-42; and time, (XIV) 102; and total attention, (XVII) 68; and true values, (l) 38; and the unconditioned mind, (VIII) 228; as unique, (IV) 177-78 Critical awareness: absence of, (XVII) 216; and communion, (XIV) 226. See also Awareness; Choiceless awareness Critical observation: need for, (XIV) 33. See also Observation Critical thinking: importance of, (VIII) 139 Criticism, (l) 144-45, 174-75; (II) 128; (V) 296-97; (VI) 103-4; and bias, (l ) 175; and change, (II) 2-3; definition of, (II) 2-3; and doubt, (l) 175; and intelligence, (II) 2; meaning of, (II) 153; necessity for, (II) 2; and prejudice, (II) 2; and self-criticism, (XIII) 93; and self-knowledge, (VII) 293; and understanding, (II) 221. See also Gratification Cruelty: and the desire to hurt, (VIII) 126-27; and the need to fulfill, (XIII) 295; of sentiment and emotion, (XVII) 203; social base of, (X) 59-60 Crying: reasons for, (VIII) 121 Cultivation: and the creation of change, (VII) 46; as hindrance to humility, (XI) 357. See also Contradiction; Opposites Culture: and the collective will, (VIII) 300-301; and conditioning, (IX) 194-95; (XI) 185; (XVII) 169; and conduct, (XVII) 200; and conformity of action, (XVI) 24; and consciousness, (XVII) 169; defining, (XV) 27; (XVII) 134; East and West, (VIII) 14, 203; and experience, (XIII) 220; (XVI) 66; freedom from, (IX) 48; and freedom from patterns, (VIII) 318; as hierarchical, (IX) 95; as hindrance to the free mind, (IX) 56-57; as hindrance to listening, (XV) 34; as hindrance to religious man, (IX) 55; living, (XVII) 178; as manmade, (VIII) 316; meaning of, (X) 200; (XVII) 165-66; as one, (VIII) 42; and the past, (XV) 41; patterns of, (XVII) 12; as producer of religions, (IX) 55; reasons for collapse, (XI) 69; and the religious man, (IX) 108; and response to the word, (XVI) 104-5; and the search for reality, (VIII) 315; and the shaping of thought, (XIII) 114; as a universal, (l) 158-59; war, (IV) 26; Western, (VIII) 146-47. See also Background; Civilization; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; Environment; Government; Nationalism; Propaganda; Society; Tradition Cunning mind: and being serious, (XIII) 275. See also Dull mind; Free mind; Mind Curiosity: and the encouragement of children to learn, (XI) 4; and learning, (XIV) 287; and self-knowing, (XIII) 248-49. See also Education Custom: and culture, (XI) 322-23, 325 Cybernetics: revolution in, (XV) 132. See also Computers; Electronic brain; Technology Cynicism: and loss of faith, (VII) 140 Daily existence: and the accumulation of knowledge, (XVII) 230-31; as brutalizing, (XIV) 133; escape from, (XIV) 39-40; and meditation, (XVI) 148; and

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See also Daily life; Existence Daily life: achieving freshness in, (XV) 107-8; action in, (X) 232; and aloneness, (XIII) 228; and attachment, (XI) 122; awareness of, (XVII) 238; and change, (XI) 124; conflict in, (XVII) 222; and confusion, (XIII) 156; and contradiction, (XIV) 280-82, 284; desire for continuity of, (XV) 230-31; divisions in, (XIII) 244; and effort, (XIV) 233; and energy, (XIV) 295; enslavement to, (XI) 253-54; examining, (XVI) 125; exploration of, (XV) 41-42; and fact versus myth, (VIII) 272; and fear, (XV) 162; and freedom, (XIV) 297; and the futility of search, (VIII) 342; and God, (X) 271-72; versus ideals, (XVII) 228; importance of, (XVI) 135; and the insensitive mind, (XII) 277; and love, (X) 27071; (XV) 229; and occupation, (IX) 58-59; and the occupied mind, (IX) 204-5; and the prevention of war, (XVII) 280; and problems, (XV) 192; problems of, (XI) 352; and psychological order, (XV) 57; as real, (XVII) 229; as reality, (XVI) 125; and the relationship to God, (X) 271-72; and religion, (XV) 41; and the religious mind, (XIII) 88; and religious ritual, (IX) 157; as routine, (XI) 191; seeking beyond, (XVI) 280-81; and thought, (XVI) 167; understanding, (X) 207; (XV) 49, 52, 54; and verbalization, (XII) 4. See also Conformity; Conscious; Consciousness; Continuity; Life; Living; Mind; Occupied mind; Sorrow Daily problems: dealing with, (XI) 259; and effort, (XI) 261 Danger: and ending habit, (XVI) 98-99; and the immediate, (XVI) 184; and immediate action, (XVII) 140; insensitivity to, (XVI) 98-99; and outward fear, (XIV ) 90; physical and psychological, (XVI) 155; refusal to look at, (XVII) 217; response to, (XVI) 104; seeing, (XVI) 171; as self-protection, (VIII) 140. See also Fear; Immediate; Security Dead: communication with, (II) 226. See also Spiritualism Dead mind: and conflict, (XV) 65; and effort, (XV) 61; and fear, (XV) 28; and the search for permanency, (XIV) 251; versus the still mind, (X) 84. See also Continuity; Dull mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind Death, (II) 82; (VII) 111-12, 330-32; (VIII) 256-58; (IX) 16-17, 235-36; (XI) 240-43, 363-68, 388-89, 391-93; (XII) 157-58, 160-63, 217-19, 221-22, 258-63, 315-19; (XIII) 99-100, 102-5, 144, 146-49, 184-88, 256-59, 315-20; (XIV) 31-33; (XV) 32-33, 230-33; (XVI) 30-32; (XVII) 73-75, 112-14; and afterlife, (l) 22; (IX) 115-16; approach(es) to, (IX) 52, 116; (XIII) 202; (XIV ) 31-32; and attachment, (XI) 122-23; awareness of, (IX) 178; (X) 61; and awareness of living, (VII) 186-87; at the beginning and the end, (XI) 136; and beliefs, (IX) 115-16; as the cessation of continuity, (XVI) 243; and the clear mind, (XV) 244; concept of, (II) 50; and conflict of opposites, (IV) 21-22; and continuity, (V) 306-7; (VI) 238-39; (VII) 187-88; and continuity of the ‘me’, (X) 10; dealing with, (l) 6768; as the decline of the mind, (XIV ) 28; defining the state of, (XIII) 105; and the desire for continuity, (IX) 150; and dying to everything, (XIII) 55; and dying to yesterday, (XI) 50-51; as the ending of the known, (XIII) 258; and escape, (II) 231; as escape, (IV) 12-13; escapes from, (XIII) 202; and escape into beliefs, (XII) 209; experiencing while living, (IX) 236; and fear, (XII) 135; fear of, (l) 102, 130-131, 179-80; (IV) 113-14, 197-98; (V) 124-27, 354-55; (VI) 57, 209-11; (VII) 68; (VIII) 138-39, 150-51, 186-87, 245-46, 277-78, 308-9; (IX) 52, 157-58; (X) 60-61, 153-55, 208-10; (XI) 30-31, 118, 174, 191-92, 195, 240-42, 287-88, 348; (XII) 304; (XIII) 34-35, 172; (XIV) 64, 195, 250, 292; (XV) 29, 77, 180-81, 316-20; (XVI) 6263, 103, 104-7, 155-56, 175-76, 178; (XVII) 13, 143, 162-63, 171, 226, 264, 276-77, 282; and fear of impermanence, (VIII) 87; and fear of living, (XIV) 30-32; and the fear of the unknown, (V) 319-20; forms of, (XV) 29; and God, (XI) 152-53; and the hereafter, (II) 209-10; (III) 243-45; as hindrance to living, (XV) 283-84; and humility, (XIV) 27; and immediate action, (XI) 123; and impermanence, (XV) 177; knowing, (VIII) 308-9; (XIII) 57; and learning, (XI) 152; learning about, (XII) 106-7; and loneliness, (XV) 32; and loss, (II) 96; (III) 77; loss of a loved one, (l) 21-22; meaning of, (V) 67-68; (VIII) 308-9; and meditation, (XIII) 266-67; and need for religion, (VIII) 134-35; need to understand, (XV) 318; (XVII) 6; and negation, (XVII) 20; and the new, (XVI) 244; as the only total action, (XV) 345; as part of living, (IX) 17; of the past, (VII) 282; and permanency, (XII) 105; physical and psychological, (XVII) 73-74, 149, 171; and reincarnation, (IV) 189; (VI) 121-22; (VII) 55-56; (X) 97-98; and the religious mind, (XV) 93; and renewal, (V) 298; and the search for beyond time, (XVI) 250; and sorrow, (III) 110; (XII) 92-93; (XIII) 202, 311; theories about, (XIV ) 255; and time, (XV) 127-28; as the ultimate negation, (XI) 317; understanding, (VII) 129; (XII) 39; (XIII) 168-69; (XIV) 256; (XV) 78-80, 345-46; (XVI) 178; understanding fear of, (IV) 51; understanding living, (XVI) 63, 64; understanding the problem of, (XI) 135-38; and the unknowable, (X) 97-98; as the unknowable, (XI) 288-89; and the unknown, (VI) 63; (VII) 240-41. See also Beauty; Continuity; Creation; Desire; Dying; Escape; ‘I’; Immortality; Knowledge; Known; Life; Living; Love; Permanence; Reincarnation; Religion; Security; Sorrow; Suffering; Time Death and life: as one, (X) 97-98; (XI) 292; relationship between, (XIV ) 255. See also Death Death, beauty, love, and creation: as related, (XV) 142 Death, fear, and time: relationship between, (XII) 21723 Death, love, and beauty: as connected, (XIII) 105. See also Beauty; Love

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See also Children; Conformity Delusion: See Self-deception Democracies: and conditioning, (X) 163. See also Governments Democracy: absence of, (V) 84; and change, (XI) 310; and freedom, (XV) 203; and party system, (VIII) 30. See also Divisions Democrat: defining, (XVII) 270-71. See also Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Revolution; Society Democratic society: and inward conditioning, (XVII) 139. See also Society Denial, (XIII) 85-88, 90-92; and the ability to love, (XIII) 149; and achieving freedom, (XVII) 21; and affection, (XIII) 26; and ambition, (XIII) 168, 169; and change, (XII) 255-56; defining, (XIV) 258; and discovering meditation, (XIV) 258; and energy, (XIII) 56; and fact, (XIII) 130; as fact, (XV) 86; and the false, (XII) 322, 323; and freedom, (XIII) 6; through knowledge or reaction, (XII) 224; and looking, (XIII) 142; meaning of, (XIII) 55-56; and meditation, (XIII) 152; and motive, (XII) 257; with and without motive, (XIII) 129; motiveless, (XIII) 54, 86, 258; and the negation of the false, (XII) 255-56; and the negative approach, (XIII) 95; and negative thinking, (XII) 287; and the path of true religion, (XVII) 153; as path to the new, (XIII) 30; and process, (XVII) 272-73; and the religious mind, (XII) 323; state of mind of, (XII) 292; of the structure of society, (XVII) 154; and the true, (XVII) 223; and the unspotted mind, (XIII) 149; and the wasting of energy, (XV) 90. See also Negation Dependence, (-y): (l) 16-17; (III) 169; (III) 69; (IX) 60-65; (XVI) 118-21; and action, (XII) 33; and aloneness, (VII) 220-21; and attachment, (X) 115; and authority, (IX) 244-45; and belief, (VII) 226; on challenge, (XVI) 209; on children, (IX) 65; and compassion, (X) 189; and conflict, (VI) 347; (XII) 242; as corrupter, (X) 92; and desire, (III) 138; and the dull mind, (IX) 109; and dullness, (IX) 253; and emptiness, (VII) 205-6; and the enslaved mind, (IX) 234; and exploitation, (l) 138-39; and fear, (III) 225-26; (VII) 78-79, 214; (VIII) 114-15; (X) 9; (XVI) 104; and following, (IX) 256-57; and freedom, (VI) 358; freedom from, (XVI) 38; freedom from psychological, (X) 52-53; and group conformity, (IV) 47; as hindrance, (IX) 8; and hope, (VII) 243; and the individual, (IX) 275; and inquiry, (IX) 270; and inspiration, (IV) 21; kinds of, (III) 159; and knowledge, (XII) 36; and loneliness, (VI) 191-201; as love, (VII) 88-89; on Masters, (III) 167; (IV) 40-41; problem of, (X) 9293; psychological, (VII) 273-74; and psychological needs, (XII) 243-44; reasons for, (X) 93; (XVI) 119-20; and reform, (X) 210; and relationship, (III) 159-60; (VIII) 336-37; and resistance, (XIII) 111; versus security for children, (XI) 4; and sorrow, (X) 194; and suicide, (VII) 200-201; and superficiality, (VII) 10-11; types of, (VIII) 128; and violence, (IX) 118; and the wasting of energy, (XVII) 121. See also Aloneness; Attachment; Authority; Conflict; Conformity; Freedom; Happiness; Love; Masters Dependent mind: and challenge and response, (XIII) 152-53; and freedom, (X) 109. See also Dull mind; Mind Depression: understanding, (III) 206-7. See also Sorrow Depth: achieving, (XIII) 218-20, 222; and contradiction, (XV) 179 Desire, (VII) 39-42; (VIII) 303-6; (IX) 81-83; (XII) 148-53, 243-47; (XIII) 124-26; (XIV ) 96-100; (XV) 15-19, 19-22, 165-66; (XVI) 35-39, 85-89; approach to, (XV) 224; for authority, (VII) 300; and beauty, (XV) 314; to become, (IV) 11-12; (VI) 339; and becoming, (V) 332; (IX) 167-70; and belief, (VI) 253-54; cessation of, (V) 271; comprehension of, (XII) 217; without condemnation, (VIII) 149-50; (X) 221; and the conditioned mind, (VIII) 146; and conflict, (IV) 11; (V) 358; (VI) 354; (VIII) 324; (X) 27, 233-34; (XII) 131-32, 201, 242; (XVI) 85, 215; conflicts arising from, (II) 124-25; and conscious awareness, (VII) 72; and contradiction, (X) 110; (XV) 63-64, 67; and the creation of contradiction, (XIV) 17980; and the creation of fear, (VIII) 199-200; as creator of illusion, (VII) 270; defining, (XV) 15, 20; (XVII) 213; and discipline, (VI) 258-59; and discontent, (VI) 187; and disintegration, (VI) 222; endlessness of, (IV) 23; and experience, (XI) 319; and false continuity, (III) 128; and fear, (IX) 16769; and fear of frustration, (VII) 167; freedom from, (IX) 256; and harmony, (l) 91; as hindrance to order, (XV) 298; and intuition, (IX) 150; levels of, (VII) 263; and the loss of beauty, (XIV) 137;

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See also Accumulation; Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Becoming; Conflict; Contradiction; Craving; Dependency; Despair; Duality; Effort; Experience; Greed; Limitations; Perception; Power; Want Desire, conformity, time, and thought: as interrelated, (XV) 18-19 Desire, feeling, and thought: as one, (X) 164-66 Despair, (XIII) 218-22; and choiceless awareness, (VIII) 174; and the creation of philosophy, (XVI) 265; and death, (XI) 365; and desire, (XII) 150; ending, (XVI) 301; and escape, (V) 248; escape from, (XII) 175-76; (XVI) 266; and fear, (XI) 177; (XII) 142; and fear of death, (XIII) 258; forms of, (XIII) 220; freedom from, (XVII) 156-57; and hope, (XI) 210; (XII) 170; and intellectualism, (XI) 391; and knowledge, (XIII) 219-20; and living for today, (XIII) 159-60; and living in the present, (XVI) 239; versus living in the present, (XIII) 319; of man, (XI) 334; and memory, (V) 248; need to understand, (XVII) 157; and the observer and the observed, (XVII) 22; of old and young, (XIII) 218; philosophy of, (XIII) 317; (XVI) 93; and reality, (V) 194; reasons for, (XI) 359-61; and the religious mind, (XI) 289; and the search for life’s meaning, (XVII) 40-41, 43; and the search for truth, (XVI) 47; and self-awareness, (V) 248; and social reform, (XI) 306-7; state of, (XI) 139-41; and time, (XI) 270. See also Conflict; Emptiness; Escape; Feelings; Isolation; Loneliness; Sorrow; Suffering Destiny: achieving freedom from, (XIV) 64; questioning, (XIV) 64 Destroyer: and the destroyed, (III) 152-53 Destruction: and creation, (XIII) 156; as creation, (XII) 225-26, 297, 319; and death, (XIII) 148; and humility, (XII) 199-200; and meditation, (XIII) 152; and the new, (XII) 223; of psychological structure of society, (XIII) 168, 170; and the religious mind, (XII) 272-73; as true questioning, (XII) 277. See also Deterioration Destruction, love, and creation: as one, (XIII) 162-63. See also Creation; Love Destructive factors, (VII) 121-22. See also Belief Destructive mind: and power, (XI) 373. See also Empty mind; Petty mind Detachment, (l) 134, 141; (III) 138; (V) 227-29; (IX) 37-38; and attachment, (XI) 151; and collective belief, (IX) 256; cultivation of, (XI) 90, 122; as nonexistent, (XI) 293; and the search for the real, (IX) 14; and suffering, (II) 188; understanding, (XII) 229-30; for understanding life, (IV) 87. See also Attachment; Dependence; Relationship; Suffering Deterioration, (VI) 299-303, 306-9; (XV) 234-38; (XVII) 77-80; and authority, (XIII) 71; causes of, (VI) 292-94; and cleansing, (XIII) 28-29; and comparison, (XIII) 31; (XIV) 194, 196; and conflict, (XII) 13; (XIII) 285; (XIV ) 78; and contradiction, (XIII) 283; defining, (VII) 98; and despair, (XI) 359-60; as fact, (VII) 187; and the free mind, (IX) 185-87, 190; and imitation, (XIV) 29; increasing, (XIV) 77; individual and societal, (X) 148-49; and living without contradiction, (XII) 300; and the mechanical mind, (VII) 308-9; and the mind, (X) 258; (XI) 342-45; of the mind, (IX) 264; of mind and society, (XVII) 23; of moral and ethical relationships, (XVII) 31-32; and the need for revolution, (XIV) 271-72; versus observation, (XIV) 28; and peace, (VII) 126; physical and psychological, (VII) 262-65; physiological and psychological, (XIV) 66-67, 69-70; and search for security, (VII) 308-9; and seeking and finding, (XV) 241; and time, (XIII) 28-29, 31; and the unity of body and mind, (XVII) 83; world, (XVII) 93; on world scale, (XVII) 99. See also Conflict; Confusion; Degeneration; Disintegration; Disorder; Society; World problems Determination: as hindrance, (XVI) 96-97. See also Effort Deva: See Authority; Guru; Master; Teacher Devotion, (VII) 230-31; and absorption, (XI) 37; defining, (XI) 17-18; and inquiry, (X) 225; and

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meditation, (V) 165, 210, 269, 361; versus passion, (XIV) 95; versus reality, (XI) 147 Dialectical approach, (XIV) 145; meaning of, (XIV ) 51 Dialectical materialism: and identification with the state, (VII) 152 Dialogue: defining, (XVI) 257, 258. See also Communication Diary, (IV) 195; and self-knowledge, (IV) 7; and slowing of thought, (III) 206, 215-16, 233-34; of thoughts and consciousness, (IV) 127. See also Silence; Slowed down mind; Thought Dictatorship: and the demand for the free mind, (XVII) 224; and molding minds, (XVII) 174; and order, (XV) 206; and thought control, (XI) 57-58. See also Authority; Disorder; Obedience; Tyranny; World problems Diet: and intelligence, (III) 180 Different: desire to be, (XI) 179-82 Differentiation, and fear (XII) 48 Dimension: and nature of the old, (XV) 60; not created by thought, (XVI) 301; and space, (XVI) 251; without time, (XVI) 206. See also New; Truth; Unknown Direct contact: and freedom, (XVII) 219; as rarity, (XV) 30. See also Contact; Direct relationships Direct experience: versus explanations, (XI) 183-84. See also Experience Direction: and religion, (XI) 117 Directional commitment: and envy, (XII) 110 Direct perception: and the absence of confusion, (XVII) 15; versus conditioning, (XI) 203-4; defining, (XI) 217-18; versus the imitative experience, (XII) 146; and inquiry, (XI) 216-17; and true and false, (XI) 217-18. See also Perception Direct relationships: and communion, (XVII) 222. See also Relationship Disagreement: and influence, (XI) 321-22; necessity to comprehend, (III) 93 Discernment, (III) 56-57; and action, (II) 212; and action of limitation, (III) 63; through awareness, (III) 183; craving for, (II) 218; and freedom, (III) 33; of the ‘I’ process, (III) 86-87; the will of, (III) 57-58. See also Choice; Mind; Prejudice; Thought; Will Disciple(s): and learning, (XI) 109; and Master, (IX) 233-34; and reflected glory, (V) 308. See also Authority; Followers; Following; Gratification; Leaders Discipline, (l) 46-47; (II) 84; (IV) 146-47; (V) 256-60; (VI) 257-59; (VII) 146-47; (XIII) 79-82; and attention, (XV) 195; of attention, (X) 255-57; and austerity, (XV) 225; and authority, (VII) 67-68; awareness of, (XV) 207; and change, (XI) 274; and the clear mind, (XIV) 263; without coercion, (X) 96-97; and concentration, (XI) 291; as the conditioned mind, (IV) 97-98; as conditioning, (VII) 286-87; as conflict, (VIII) 311; (XIV) 11; without conflict, (XI) 383; and conformity, (XIII) 335; (XIV) 239-40; (XV) 206-7; (XVI) 17-18; created by freedom, (XIII) 238; and creating conflict, (X) 180-81; defining, (VII) 105; (VIII) 90-91; (XIV) 4, 91-92, 144, 218; (XV) 68; (XVI) 136-37; (XVII) 58, 59; and desire, (VIII) 304-6; (XV) 21, 312-13; and the desire for silence, (XV) 238-39; and desire for success, (VII) 303; and the destruction of the mind, (VII) 123; destructive, (XIII) 125; as a destructive force, (l) 42-43; and duality, (VIII) 195; and the dull mind, (IV) 179; (XVII) 81; and energy, (XIV) 6; as escape, (XII) 130; examining, (X) 246-49; and experience, (X) 16; and fact, (XIII) 36, 38; and fear, (VII) 191; (XI) 175; (XII) 140; (XIII) 303-4; fear of sexual lust, (V) 107; and feeling, (XI) 72; and freedom, (IX) 143; (XI) 47; (XIII) 4-5; versus freedom, (VII) 69-70, 71; versus the free mind, (VII) 142; (X) 131-32; (XI) 2; the function of, (VIII) 31-32; futility of, (III) 80-81; and going beyond the mind, (X) 141-42; versus goodness, (XI) 325; versus guidance for children, (V) 107-9; as hindrance, (VI) 255; (XII) 149; as hindrance to freedom, (IX) 155; as hindrance to seriousness, (IX) 183; as hindrance to truth, (XI) 20-21; and hope and despair, (XI) 141; and humility, (XIII) 268, 270; and the ideal, (VII) 66; implications of, (XIV ) 145; inquiry into, (XVII) 108; and laziness, (XIII) 139; and learning, (XIV) 146, 239-40, 244; (XV) 68-70; (XVII) 58, 59; the limitations of, (VII) 17-18, 19; and the limited mind, (VI) 246; and listening, (XV) 238; (XVI) 70, 101-2; and looking without condemnation, (XVII) 239; as loveless, (VII) 105; meaning of, (VIII) 295; (XIII) 321; (XVI) 193; (XVII) 137; and meditation, (V) 210-11, 267; (VII) 56-57; (XIII) 95-96; (XV) 135; and memory, (IX) 91-92; and method, (XIII) 52-53; and the mind, (II) 40-41; (VIII) 325-26; (XI) 233; and morality, (II) 138; nature of, (XV) 92-93; as necessity, (III) 247; and the need for clarity, (XVII) 34, 36; and observation, (XIV) 36-37, 51; and order, (XV) 346; as the outcome of freedom, (XIII) 98; to overcome contradiction, (IX) 205-6; parental, (l) 17-18; versus perception, (XI) 205; and pleasure, (XVI) 216; and power, (V) 45; problem of, (XI) 352; versus the quiet mind, (XIII) 335; reasons for, (III) 131-32; and relationship, (V) 335; and the religious spirit, (XIV) 46; and resistance, (VII) 105; and satisfaction, (XI) 244; and search, (IX) 87; and the search for fulfillment, (XI) 235, 238; and self-discipline, (XV) 54; and self-knowledge, (V) 284; versus self-knowledge, (XI) 186; and silence, (XVII) 124-25; and the silent mind, (XV) 46, 308; as skill in observation, (XIII) 335-36; and society, (XVI) 110; versus the state of silence, (IX) 66; and stillness, (IX) 232; and suppression, (VI) 258-59; of suppression, (X) 255; versus transformation, (X) 118; types of, (X) 146; (XII) 324; (XIII) 268-69; (XIV ) 4; (XVII) 107-8; understanding, (XI) 117-18, 354-55; (XIII) 123; (XIV) 173; and understanding disorder,

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(XVII) 168; understanding through examination, (XVI) 37; and understanding fear, (XIV) 194; and understanding freedom, (XVII) 167; understanding the structure of, (XVI) 150; and understanding the structure of thought, (XVII) 179; and violence, (XVI) 203. See also Awareness; Compulsion; Conditioning; Conflict; Conformity; Dull mind; Effort; Method; Resistance; Self-discipline; Selfknowledge; Still mind; Suppression; Thought; Tradition Disciplined mind: as the dead mind, (XIV) 145; as reactionary, (XI) 355; as sluggish, (XI) 307. See also Discipline; Mind; Petty mind Discontent, (V) 273; (VI) 187; (VII) 210-13; (VIII) 120; and acquisitiveness, (VIII) 10; and action, (XII) 13-14; causes of, (XIV) 264; and change, (X) 45; (XII) 255-56; and conformity, (XI) 43-44, 46; and daily life, (XV) 42; defining, (XII) 13-14; and desire, (XII) 150; and the desire for change, (XI) 311; and the desire for improvement, (IX) 207-8; versus dissatisfaction, (IX) 103; in the East and West, (XVII) 131; and envy, (X) 29-30, 47; and escape, (V) 345-46; as essential, (VII) 259-60; (IX) 69; and exploration, (V) 348; and the fact, (XIV) 266; forms of, (XVII) 189-90; and freedom, (XI) 45-46; and gratification, (XIV) 206; as hindrance, (V) 30; and human problems, (IX) 169; versus illusions, (X) 32; as impetus to enquiry, (V) 33-34; and inquiry, (XI) 8; keeping it alive, (VII) 211; and leisure, (XIII) 42; and mediocrity, (VIII) 18; as necessary to youth, (VII) 64; and the need for passion, (XVII) 133; need to understand, (XVII) 182; as path to intelligence, (V) 106; and reality, (V) 222; and the religious life, (XIV ) 264-65; and the religious man, (X) 34; and satisfaction, (V) 266; and search, (IX) 68; and search for certainty, (V) 169-70; and the search for contentment, (X) 182-83; and the search for knowledge, (VIII) 2122; and the search for religion, (XI) 95; and the search for satisfaction, (X) 217; and seeking, (XVII) 87; and social revolt, (XV) 156; and transformation, (V) 185-86; understanding, (XI) 91; world, (XVII) 86; and world problems, (XIII) 63. See also Ambition; Conflict; Confusion; Despair; Dissatisfaction; Questioning; Revolution; Satisfaction; Security; Seeking Discovery: and the absence of conflict, (XI) 354; and aloneness, (VII) 311; without authority, (IX) 195; and conflict, (XIII) 16-17; and conflict of choice, (VII) 292; through consciousness, (II) 17-18; and the cumulative technique, (IX) 111; versus distraction, (X) 61-62; and energy, (XVI) 221; of the fact, (XIV) 8; of the false and true, (XI) 190; and freedom, (XI) 67; and the free mind, (X) 4142; (XI) 260; (XII) 204; as inadequate to solutions, (XV) 117-18; as individual, (XI) 167; joy of, (XI) 227; meaning of, (XVI) 142; and meditation, (IX) 279; and the negative approach, (XI) 292; and the new, (XIII) 302-3; and the new mind, (XIV) 83; and the origin of thought, (XVI) 164; pursuit of, (XV) 256; and questioning, (XII) 286; and the religious mind, (XI) 70; and sorrow, (XII) 201-2; as spontaneous, (VII) 316, 318, 319; and suffering, (II) 32-33; and thought, (XI) 128-29; of true and false, (XII) 167; of truth, (XIV ) 121-22, 124, 127; two approaches to, (XIII) 282; and the uncertain mind, (XII) 235; understanding, (XVI) 293. See also Exploration; God; Inquiry, Investigation; Questioning; Reality; Self-discovery Discussion: without authority, (XIV ) 271; beyond the verbal level, (XIII) 177; conditions for, (XVI) 80; and discovery, (XV) 245; as discovery, (VI) 12, 14; importance of, (VII) 2; intent of, (XV) 273-74; meaning of, (XII) 1-2; and questions, (XII) 18687; and self-exposure, (XVI) 253. See also Communication; Communion; Learning; Listening; Words Disillusionment: and conflict, (IV) 28-29 Disintegration: acceptance of, (VII) 156-57; and conflict, (XIV) 87; and desire, (VIII) 324; and integration, (VII) 112; process of, (VI) 262-63; responsibility for, (V) 182-83; social, (VIII) 16566. See also Civilization; Deterioration; Fear; Individual Disorder, (XVII) 173-78; awareness of, (XV) 206-7; and the concept of order, (XV) 298; and conflict, (XVII) 239; and confusion, (XV) 198-99; and continuity of what is, (XV) 159; defining, (XII) 172; and deterioration, (XV) 236; and divisions, (XV) 301; and fear, (XIII) 71; (XV) 117-18, 159; and fear of freedom, (XV) 281; and forced behavior, (XVII) 202; and “how”, (XV) 130, 134; and inward and outward conflict, (XV) 296; and motive, (XV) 264; and order, (XII) 189-90; (XV) 55-56; (XVII) 167-68; and the positive, (XV) 26163, 299; and psychological time, (XV) 236; and society, (XV) 157-58; and time, (XV) 125, 129-30, 159, 212, 261-63, 304, 338-39; (XVI) 184; understanding, (XV) 325-29; (XVII) 168; and violence, (XV) 299; and war, (XV) 299; and world politics, (XV) 124. See also Conflict; Order; Society; War; World problems Disorder and order: understanding the relationship between, (XVII) 223-24, 227-28. See also Disorder; Order Dissatisfaction, (IX) 43-47; and action, (XIII) 44; and comparison, (XII) 11-12; and ideals, (IX) 43-46; and the positive and the negative states, (XV) 259; problem of, (IX) 163; and search, (IX) 179-81; and search for security, (IX) 136; and seeking, (XII) 203; (XVII) 154. See also Conflict; Discontent; Frustration Distance: explaining, (XV) 279-80; and looking, (XV) 279; and seeking and finding, (XV) 261; and space, (XVI) 251; and time, (XV) 261-62, 272; understanding, (XV) 262. See also Time Distortion: and conflict, (XVI) 93; and motive, (XIII) 168-69 Distraction(s), (IX) 10-11; approach to, (XIII) 154; (XVI) 26-27; and attention, (V) 129-31; (XIII)

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See also Attention; Concentration; Conflict; Dull mind; Escape; Meditation Disturbance, (VII) 155-56; and achieving peace, (VIII) 227; avoidance of, (XII) 237; and belief, (XI) 316; and change, (X) 216-17; creating, (XII) 196-97; and desire, (XIV) 96; desire to escape, (VIII) 128-31; desire to be rid of, (V) 273-75; effect of, (XIII) 15-16; and listening or hearing the word, (XVII) 195; and the occupied mind, (XII) 243; and the search for security, (IX) 19; and security, (XI) 306; state of, (IX) 109; as suffering, (V) 315. See also Challenge; Conflict; Confusion; Contradiction; Discontent; Frustration Divine power: and fear, (XII) 60 Divinity: and dissatisfaction, (IX) 43 Division(s), (II) 95, 165; (III) 169-70, 189, 191; (V) 151-53; abolishing, (IV) 182; and the absence of love, (IX) 267; in action, (XII) 68; between action and idea(s), (V) 331; (VII) 109; (XIII) 326; (XV) 315; (XVI) 18-19; between action and ideology, of action and non-action, (IX) 51; (XVII) 139-40; of action, devotion, knowledge, (XI) 245; between analyzer and analyzed, (X) 174; and authority, (VII) 141-42; (XV) 227; and belief, (V) 238-39; (VI) 256; (VII) 145-46, 226; (VIII) 294; (XV) 196; of body and mind, (XVII) 63; causes of, (XVI) 68; and change, (XVI) 203; between the collective and the individual, (XIV) 56, 272; and comparison, (XVII) 30; in concentration, (VII) 27; between the concept and the act, (XV) 129; and conflict, (III) 69; (X) 117; (XI) 371-72; (XII) 19495, 242; (XIII) 263, 335; and the conscious and unconscious, (XIII) 37; between the conscious and unconscious, (VII) 296; (XI) 327; (XV) 11; (XVI) 54; and consciousness, (XII) 240-41; of consciousness, (XVI) 240; (XVII) 145; and contradiction(s), (VI) 191; (XV) 311; (XVII) 2; as contradiction, (XII) 177-78; creating, (VIII) 318; and creation of inhumanity, (IV) 97; and the creation of problems, (XVII) 217; and cruelty, (IX) 259; in daily life and ideals, (XIV) 282; in daily and religious life, (X) 207-8; of death from living, (IX) 287-88; (XIV) 31, 33, 212, 256; and desire, (XII) 152; and desire for exclusions, (V) 354; and desire for power, (VIII) 19; and disorder, (XV) 301; and disunity, (XVI) 233; between the divine and the not-divine, (XVII) 203; in the earth, (XIV) 252; economic reasons for, (X) 201; ending of, (XIV) 282; of ends and means, (IV) 178; and energy, (XII) 63; as evil, (IV) 87; and the evil of spiritual authority, (XVII) 175; in existence, (XV) 62; explanation of, (II) 143-44; between fact and mind, (IX) 64; between the fact and the observer, (XVI) 107; and fear, (XII) 45; (XIII) 135-36; (XIV) 251; in feeling and knowledge, (IV) 1; between feelings and ideas, (XIII) 68; versus freedom, (IX) 51; and fulfillment, (II) 191-92; of giving and receiving, (XV) 227; going beyond, (XVII) 201; and gratification, (IV) 201; as hindrance, (IX) 51-52; as hindrance to attention, (XVI) 143; as hindrance to living peacefully, (XVII) 53; as hindrance to peace, (XIV) 259-60; (XVI) 126; (XVII) 192; as hindrance to the totality of life, (IX) 254; as hindrance to understanding, (XVI) 6; as hindrance to the unity of mankind, (XVII) 143; as hindrance to world problems, (V) 152-53; between human beings, (XI) 206; and human needs, (III) 70; and ideas, (V) 294-95; and identity, (VIII) 243-44; and ignorance, (V) 84; between individual and mass, (III) 90-91; between the individual and the world, (XIV) 79; between inferior and superior, (VII) 127-28; of inner and outer, (XII) 70, 134, 197-98, 292; (XIV ) 60; of inner and outer existence, (IV) 17; in inner and outer life, (XIII) 51-52, 156-57; between inner and outer man, (III) 43; between the inner and outer world, (XVII) 132; and intellectual perception, (III) 94; and internationalism, (V) 115; inward and outward, (XV) 56; of inward and outward life, (XI) 236; and inward and outward movement, (XIV) 2; in life, (XV) 284; of life and death, (X) 98; (XV) 284-85; as limitation to education, (VIII) 282; of living and dying, (X) 153-55; living without, (XII) 22, 25; and love, (XIII) 156; between master and pupil, (V) 219; (IX) 238-39; material and spiritual, (II) 154-55; and meditation, (XI) 199; and method and practice, (XV) 83; and the mind, (XI) 32-33, 168; of mind and heart, (II) 77-78; of mind and thought, (VII) 21-22; (IX) 94; and nationalism, (XIV) 150; (XV) 327-29; (XVII) 162, 279-80; among nations, (IX) 71; in nations and people, (XIV) 220; of nations and races, (III) 240; of nations and religions, (XIV) 229; of nationalities and religions, (III) 207; national, racial, social, (IV) 98, 99; national, religious, and technological, (XIV) 78; need to eliminate, (IX) 247; and the new society, (VIII) 301-2; and nonintelligence, (XVII) 238; and not seeing the whole, (XVI) 237; and the

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See also Children; Communalism; Conflict; Contradiction; Craving; Duality; Fragmentation; Love; Mind; Nationalism; Religion; Separation; Society; State; Thinker and the thought; Thought; Tolerance; Totality; War; Whole; World problems Dogma: and the desire for security, (X) 15-16; freedom from, (X) 79; as hindrance to clarity, (XIV) 229; as hindrance to peace, (V) 152-53; as hindrance to truth, (IV) 50; and the need for mystery, (VIII) 28; and the petty mind, (XIII) 93; versus religion, (X) 72; and religious separatism, (V) 36-37; by repetition, (V) 320; and self-reliance, (III) 163-64; and the shallow mind, (X) 32; and war, (XVI) 4; and world problems, (XI) 367-68. See also Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Experience; Habits; Ideals; Ideas; Ideology; Illusion; Knowledge; Methods; Patterns; System; Tradition Doing: and learning, (XVI) 51-52. See also Action “Doing good”: and the free mind, (X) 25. See also Reform “Doing is being”: versus “being is doing”, (IX) 262 Domination: the desire for, (IX) 118; ending, (XVI) 107; and family, (XIII) 121; as hindrance to education, (VII) 320; of individuals, (V) 102-3; and intelligence, (VII) 189-90; between men and women, (V) 102; and the mind, (X) 117; of nations, (V) 102-3; and organized religion, (XI) 386; and power, (V) 45; public, (V) 303; and the sense of power, (XVII) 109; and submission, (V) 302-4; unconscious desire for, (V) 302-4; and violence, (XVII) 200. See also Authority; Dictatorship; Discipline; Family; Government; Power ; Relationships Doubt, (l) 70, 144-45, 154-55, 159-60, 163-64; and authority, (IV) 44-45; and inquiry, (X) 157; necessity of, (II) 179; need for, (XVI) 123; need to, (XVII) 220; and search for values, (l) 191; and understanding, (l) 190-91 See also Authority; Certainty; Examination; Experience; Questioning; Skepticism Dreams, (VII) 170-72; (VIII) 100; (IX) 123-24; (X) 119-20; abolishing through awareness of, (XVII) 24, 84; absence of, (XIII) 293; and the activity of the mind, (XII) 165; and analysis, (XII) 257; analysis of, (XIII) 293; cause of, (X) 150-52; and conflict, (XII) 194; and the conscious and unconscious, (X) 54-55; and consciousness, (III) 219-20; defining, (V) 140-41; interpreting, (X) 150-52; and the known, (XIII) 292; and meditation, (IV) 35-36; origin of, (IV) 165-66; process of, (X) 150-52; reasons for, , (V) 140-41; (VIII) 330-31; and sleep, (IX) 59-61; and the unconscious, (XII) 111; (XIII) 266; understanding process of, (IV) 136-38; as unnecessary, (XIII) 193-94; as a waste of energy, (XV) 121. See also Awareness; Consciousness; Mind; Self-knowledge; Sleep Drink: and habit, (XVI) 98 Drinking: reasons for, (VIII) 202 Drive: See Motive Dropping ideals, (XVI) 259-60. See also Idea(s); Ideal(s); Images Drugs: and the attempt to escape thought, (XVI) 2012; and the “awakened” mind, (IX) 234; and belief, (XVII) 7; and the chemical removal of time and space, (XVII) 219; and consciousness, (XIV) 5; and the desire for experience, (XIV) 37; (XV) 86,

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See also Chemicals Duality, (l) 62-63, 111-12; (II) 49, 94-95; (III) 169-70, 188; absence of, (XII) 113; and ambition, (IV) 14; of anger and compassion, (III) 224; and attention and inattention, (XVII) 220-21; bridging, (III) 120; and change, (IX) 56-57; and chaos, (XIII) 88-89; and choice, (l) 9; and choiceless awareness, (IV) 27; and conflict (l ) 54; (III) 28, 199; (VIII) 19498; (IX) 154; (XIV ) 290, 294; (XV) 38; (XVII) 233; conflict of, (X) 160; and consciousness, (III) 13, 14; and contradiction, (XI) 31-32; (XV) 31314; (XVII) 231; and control, (III) 153-54; defining, (XVI) 67-68; and desire, (VIII) 305; (XV) 108; of desire and emotion, (III) 140-42; and deterioration of the mind, (IX) 266; and effort, (XI) 354; (XVII) 231; and faith, (III) 13; and fear, (VII) 191-92; and following, (VIII) 173; versus fundamental change, (X) 138; and ideals, (VIII) 221; and immorality, (l) 133; inherent in humans, (III) 228; and inner conflict, (VIII) 231-32; and labeling, (IX) 120; of mind and heart, (l) 112; and the observer and the observed, (XVI) 68-69; of the observer and the observed, (XIII) 170; (XV) 126; and the observer and the thought, (XIII) 48; of opposites, (III) 198; and practice, (II) 100; and problems, (IV) 5-6; and psychological contradiction, (XVI) 85; and schizophrenic attitudes toward life, (XIV) 281, 293; and suppression, (IX) 232; and the struggle against desire, (IX) 83; and suffering, (l) 44-45; and thought and thinker, (IV) 43; (XIII) 43-44; (XIV) 36; and time, (XII) 100-103; and what is and ‘what should be, (XVII) 208-9; between what is and ‘what should be’, (IX) 30; (XII) 155. See also Action; Conflict; Conflict of Opposites; Contradiction(s); Divisions; Ignorance; Opposites Duality of conflict: and self-contradiction, (XI) 204. See also Duality Dual process: meaning of, (XII) 233 Dull mind, (V) 130-32; (VII) 93-94; and the absence of freedom, (XV) 15; and adjustment, (XV) 34243; and authority, (IX) 234; and becoming, (VIII) 51; and belief, (V) 336; cause of, (XIV) 29; and comparison, (XVII) 233; and conflict, (XII) 129, 214; (XIII) 46-47, 50, 91; (XIV) 124, 126, 131, 183; (XVII) 170; defining, (VIII) 7; and dependence, (XVII) 155; describing, (XII) 165; and the destructiveness of conflict, (XIII) 18; and discipline, (V) 331; (XVII) 81; and distraction, (V) 228-29; and dreams, (XIII) 266; and effort, (XV) 12; (XVII) 73; and escape, (V) 252; and experience, (XI) 382; (XIII) 221; (XVII) 35; and fear, (XIV) 248; (XV) 322; and fragmentation, (XVII) 268; freedom from, (XII) 17; versus the free mind, (XV) 13; and getting used to life, (XV) 230; and habit(s), (XIII) 157, 159, 239; (XV) 72; as hindrance to understanding, (XIV ) 85; and ideas, (XIII) 33; and illusions, (XIII) 144; and images, (XV) 196; and imitation, (VIII) 77; and inaction, (XVII) 163; and living, (XII) 18; and love, (XVI) 64; and mechanical response, (V) 90-92; and meditation, (XV) 37; and movement to the center, (XVII) 152-53; and the need for stimulation, (XVII) 41; and pain and pleasure, (V) 217; and the past, (XIV) 85; perception of, (XII) 315; and positive thinking, (XI) 92; and practice of virtue, (IX) 201-2; and practicing method, (XV) 83; and prayer, (VII) 217; and problems, (XIV) 185, 25152, 303-4; (XV) 72, 114, 152; and the pursuit of the ideal, (XVII) 103; recognition of, (XII) 292; and repetition, (XVII) 116; and the search for answers, (VIII) 171; and sorrow, (XIII) 83, 173, 255; (XIV) 210-11, 306; (XV) 222; and stimulants, (XVII) 121; and stimulation, (XIV) 208; and stripping away of belief, (VII) 43-44; transformation of, (XII) 267. See also Conformity; Effort; Fresh mind; Mind; New mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind; Resistance; Thought Dullness: and accumulation, (XIII) 82; causes of, (XI) 369-70, 372-73; and conflict, (XIII) 282, 285; and observation, (XII) 45-46; and problems, (XIII) 133; recognition of, (XII) 31. See also Dull mind; Sensitivity Duration: and time, (XV) 303-4. See also Interval; Thought Duty, (VII) 237; versus freedom, (XII) 127; as marital factor, (V) 87-88; significance of, (VII) 122-23. See also Authority; Conformity; Family; Marriage; Motive; Obedience; Respectability Dying: to action, (XII) 40; to the center, (XI) 142; to conditioning, (XVII) 171, 192; to the continuity of time, (XI) 193-95; and creativeness, (XI) 136; daily, (X) 208-9, 242-43; (XIV) 105, 153; to everything, (XIII) 187; to experience, (IX) 66; to false gods, (XI) 147; and the fresh mind, (XI) 148; (XV) 289-91; to the inner environment, (XV) 246; to knowledge, (XIII) 193; to the known, (XI) 36768; (XII) 318-19; (XIII) 104-5, 171, 191, 203, 269; (XIV) 32-33, 213; (XV) 129, 177, 231-33, 320-21; while living, (XI) 317; (XII) 160-61; (XIII) 57; and living fully, (X) 259; meaning of, (X) 153-55; to the mechanical, (XII) 107; to memory, (XII) 39, 259-60; (XIV) 256-57; (XVII) 147, 148-50; to the mind alone, (XII) 225; minute by minute, (XIII)

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See also Continuity; Death; Fear; Meditation; Memory; Quiet mind; Reality; Religion Dying and living: without the interval, (XV) 181; as one, (IX) 116; understanding, (XVI) 176, 178. See also Dying; Living Dying daily, (XV) 279-80; and the absence of fear, (XVII) 149; and awareness, (XVI) 156; to the center, (XVII) 74-75; without effort, (XV) 346; and ending fear, (XVI) 106, 108; and energy, (XVI) 244-45; and the new, (XVII) 113; and rejuvenation, (XVII) 236-37; understanding, (XVII) 28-29. See also Death; Dying; Dying and living; Mutation; New Earnest man: defining, (XI) 73, 149, 153; role of, (VIII) 316-17; and social reformation, (VIII) 31617. See also Religious man Earnestness, (IV) 78-79; (XI) 73, 74; and effort, (IV) 64; and inquiring awareness, (IV) 57; and interest, (IV) 167; search for, (IX) 90-91; versus security, (VI) 170-71; and seeing the problem, (XVII) 98; and the serious mind, (XIV ) 51; versus seriousness, (XI) 333-34; understanding sorrow, (IV) 204. See also Seriousness Earth: closeness to, as class determinant, (V) 142; creation of, (VII) 96; and divisions, (XI) 42-43; love of, (V) 142; as one, (XI) 206, 361; as totality, (XI) 165, 238-39; whole view of, (XI) 106. See also Divisions; World East: and meditation, (XIII) 320; (XV) 279; and poverty, (XVII) 86; and reincarnation, (XV) 319; and scientific change, (X) 234; and West, (X) 1; and world problems, (X) 44. See also Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Society; Technology; War; World problems East and West, (IX) 51; (X) 1; and conditioning, (IX) 259-60; and culture, (IX) 48; and division, (XIII) 195; false division between, (XIII) 189-90; and human problems, (IX) 1; and the image of God, (XV) 240; and search, (XIV) 198, 201 Economic: change through intelligent opinion, (II) 1920; security and illusion, (II) 107 Economic change: and superficial revolution, (VII) 252 Economic reform: as social solution, (III) 89-90; and world peace, (III) 197 Economic revolution: and change, (XI) 273; as fragmentary, (IX) 13; unimportance of, (IX) 79. See also Revolution Economic revolutionary: as reactionary, (XI) 106. See also Divisions Economics: and action, (l) 82-84; and freedom, (VII) 258-59; and revolution, (VII) 177-78; (VIII) 145; and war, (V) 15-16. See also Businessmen; Corporations; Poverty Economic security: acquiring, (VI) 180-81; and the creative mind, (VII) 144; and inward security, (X) 3; and loss of freedom, (XI) 361; and systems, (VI) 180-81. See also Security Economic systems: and change, (VIII) 162-64, 17677; and conditioning, (VIII) 102, 142-43; and confusion, (VIII) 200; and divisions, (VIII) 30, 41, 58; and dogma, (VIII) 168, 170; and the individual, (VIII) 178-79; and nationalism, (VIII) 154; and the new mind, (VIII) 167; and our world, (VIII) 113; and peace, (VIII) 153 Economists: and the religious life, (XIII) 89 Ecstasy: achievement of, (II) 108; achieving through action, (l) 129; defining, (III) 114. See also Fulfillment; Happiness; Joy Educated man: and poverty, (XV) 31 Educated layer: and action, (IX) 203-4, 206 Education, (l) 153-55; (IV) 106-8, 187; (V) 103-5, 171-74, 199-202; (VII) 50-51, 109-10, 157-60, 319-20; (VIII) 38-39, 57-60, 278-83; (IX) 11-12; (X) 64-65; and the ability to think, (VIII) 70; absurdity of, (XIII) 46; as accumulation of knowledge, (X) 86; for adaptation to society, (VIII) 278-82; and ambition, (XIII) 272-73; and anxiety, (VIII) 76; and authority, (VII) 66; and being serious, (XIII) 276; and children, (XVII) 77; of children, (III) 77-78, 152; (VI) 236, 264-65; (VII) 59-137; and comparison, (VIII) 46, 67-69; (XVII) 232; and competition, (X) 60; (XII) 209; (XIV) 257; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 74-75; as conditioned thought, (VII) 160; and the conditioning of culture, (VIII) 289; and conflict, (VIII) 93; and the conforming child, (IX) 155; and conformity, (II) 192-93; (IX) 226; (X) 83; and conformity in children, (XII) 296; as conscious influence, (XI) 167-68; and the control of children, (VIII) 90-91; and the creative mind, (VIII) 79; defining, (VIII) 12; and the demands of society, (X) 95; as destructive, (VIII) 125; and discipline, (VII) 146-47; (VIII) 31-32; (X) 146-47; and discipline of children, (V) 107-9; and the discovery of truth, (VII) 123; and divisions, (VII) 161; and the dull mind, (VIII) 79; for economic security, (VIII) 278, 280; and educator, (VI) 21-22; and the elimination of fear, (VIII) 66, 67-69; and evil, (II) 48-49; expectations of, (VIII) 278-83; failure of, (VIII) 141, 191-92, 282; (XI) 14; (XIII) 29;

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See also Authority; Children; Knowledge; Learning; Professions; Teacher Educational centers: need for, (VIII) 283 Educator: and conflict of the practical man, (XI) 315; and the hidden and superficial minds, (XI) 10-12; and love, (XI) 6; the need to educate, (V) 104; role of, (VII) 51, 162; (VIII) 201-2; (XI) 2-6, 8, 10-11; true function of, (VIII) 11-13, 59. See also Education; Professions; Teachers Efficiency: and the absence of motive, (XVII) 263; achieving, (XII) 19; and ambition, (XII) 119; versus competition, (XII) 20; desire for, through technique, (V) 309; as destructive force, (V) 30910; as a goal in mass education, (V) 205; versus love, (V) 101; and organization, (XIV ) 296; and ruthlessness, (XIII) 82; and the state, (IX) 230 Efficient mind: and freedom from conflict, (XIII) 158; as tyranny, (XI) 260. See also Free mind; Mind Effort, (l) 99; (V) 7-8, 115-17; (VI) 112-14, 162-64, 294-95, 354-57; (XI) 258-59, 261-63; (XVII) 23034; absence of, (XV) 155; and the absence of humility, (XI) 266; to achieve peace, (VII) 126; and action, (IX) 206; (XI) 223-24; as activity of the will, (IV) 64; and ambition, (VI) 112-13; (IX) 175; and attention, (X) 256-57; (XVII) 127; and authority, (XI) 381; to become, (X) 75; and becoming, (IV) 111-12; (X) 268; (XI) 246; as cause of deterioration, (IX) 186; cessation of, (IX) 167, 233; (XVII) 72, 90; and change, (VII) 24-25, 181-83; (VIII) 34-35, 36, 161-62; (IX) 25-28, 5557; (X) 136-38; (XI) 173; (XIV) 188; (XV) 133; (XVII) 122; and choice, (VII) 241-42; (XI) 221; and concentration, (VIII) 157, 313; (XI) 199-200; (XVII) 82-83; and conditioning, (VIII) 218-19; (X) 101; and conflict, (IX) 167; (X) 41; (XI) 387; (XII) 264, 267; (XIII) 76, 88; (XIV) 183, 289; (XVI) 222, 280; and conformity, (VII) 181-83; (XV) 216, 218-19; and confusion, (IX) 29; and the conscious and the unconscious, (VII) 295, 296-97; and contemplation, (XI) 357; and contradiction, (XIII) 125, 304; (XIV) 232-34, 289; (XVI) 95, 162; and the control of thought, (VII) 154-55; (XIV) 157-58; and the creation of conflict, (XV) 810; and the creation of images, (XVII) 79-80, 82; and desire, (III) 138-39; (XIV) 97; (XV) 22; as destructive, (VIII) 298; (XIII) 183; and deterioration, (XVII) 80; and distortion, (XIII) 193; and duality, (III) 121; and the dull mind, (VIII) 51-52; (XV) 152; and dying, (XIII) 320; ending, (XVI) 121; (XVII) 123; ending of, (XV) 108; and energy, (XV) 107-8; (XVII) 120, 121; escape from, (XV) 64; and escape from opposites, (III) 199; and evil, (IX) 229; as evil, (XI) 230; and fact, (VIII) 272; and fear, (XI) 174; (XII) 41; (XV) 218-19; and freedom, (V) 242; freedom from, (XV) 60; versus the free mind, (XI) 21-23; futility of, (V) 9; (X) 92, 111, 143-44; (XII) 164; and the good mind, (IX) 262-63; and habit, (XIII) 203-4; as habit forming, (III) 125; and happiness, (IV) 117; as hindrance, (IV) 70; (XV) 58; as hindrance to change, (IX) 27; (X) 117, 159; (XI) 230; (XIII) 207; (XV) 200; as hindrance to direct perception, (XII) 313; as hindrance to fact, (XII) 316; as hindrance to investigation, (XVII) 70, 71; as hindrance to the new, (XII) 127; as hindrance to peace, (XVI) 128; as hindrance to radical change, (IX) 154; as hindrance to revolution, (XIII) 214; as hindrance to understanding, (XVII) 208; as hindrance to the unknown, (IX) 248-49; as illusion, (IX) 165-66; and image, (XV) 194-95; (XVII) 82; as imitation, (VII) 185-86; and inattention, (XVI) 64; and intelligence, (IV) 66; and interest, (XV)

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See also Achievement; Action; Choiceless awareness; Conformity; Contradiction; Discipline; Freedom; Meditation; Quiet mind; Reality; Resistance; Security; Struggle; Thought Effortless attention: as perception, (XI) 258 Effortless awareness: and meditation, (XIII) 263; and total revolution, (XIII) 216. See also Awareness; Effort; Self-knowing Effortless interest: and understanding, (V) 166-67 Effortlessness: and creativeness, (XI) 232 Effort, sorrow, and action: as interrelated, (XV) 34142. See also Effort Ego: and the accumulation of knowledge, (VIII) 234; defining, (IX) 130; and peace, (VIII) 232. See also Center; Consciousness; ‘I’; ‘Me’; Mind; Observer; Self; Self-centered activity Ego consciousness: See ‘I’ Egotism, (l) 8; (II) 143; and incompleteness, (l) 6-7; and introspection, (l) 75-76; and human suffering, (II) 162-63; and search for security, (II) 204-5, 222-23; and sensation, (II) 156; varieties of, (II) 156. See also Ego; ‘I’; Self-centered activity; Virtue Electronic brain(s): and the human brain, (XVI) 15, 89; and the human mind, (XI) 226; and knowledge, (XII) 303; (XIV) 243; (XV) 9, 68; and memory, (XIV) 210; and the response of memory, (XIV ) 23; role of, (XIV) 151; and storing information, (XVI) 272-73. See also Computers; Dull mind; Knowledge; Mechanical; Mechanical mind; Mind; Technology Electronic machines: and world change, (XII) 117. See also Computers; Electronic brains; Science Elitism: and authority, (l) 167-68; and hypocrisy, (l) 173-74 Emotion(s): avoidance of, (XVII) 91; and communication, (XI) 101; and condemnation, (VIII) 136-37; control of, (III) 153-54; as hindered, (XIV) 166; and intellect, (XVII) 49; and love, (IV) 209-10; (XVII) 203; meaning of, (XIII) 189; and the mind, (X) 4; starvation of, (XVII) 129; and stimuli, (XVII) 115; suppression, (XIV) 289-90; understanding, (III) 140-41. See also Feeling(s); Mind Emotional: and social reform, (XVI) 231; and understanding, (XV) 335. See also Intellect Emotional contact: and fact, (XII) 232-33; and intellectual contact, (XIII) 134-35. See also Feelings Employer and employee: and conflict, (XVII) 127-28 Employment: and economic pressure, (VI) 60 Emptiness, (II) 36; (XV) 167-69; acceptance of, (X) 30; and ambition, (VII) 84; and attachment, (V) 228; (XIII) 251; awareness of, (IX) 231-32; and belief, (V) 239-40; causes of, (l) 8-9; of change, (XII) 293; and choice, (l) 29; consciousness of, (VI) 311; and creation, (XII) 181; (XIII) 143, 188; (XIV) 263; (XV) 138; and creative action, (XI) 9394; and daily living, (XII) 257; defining creative, (VII) 54-55; definition of, (l) 8-9; and denial of the social structure, (XIII) 169; and dependence, (IX) 22-23; and discontent, (X) 30; and discovery of the false, (XII) 256; and dogma, (X) 15-16; and energy, (XV) 290; and escape, (IX) 119-20; and escapes from, (V) 356-57; (X) 52-53; and envy, (X) 30; experiencing, (VI) 172-74; facing, (V) 26465; and facing the fact, (XIII) 173; and fear, (X) 93-94; fear of, (II) 44; (XIII) 199; and freedom, (XIV) 140; (XVI) 47; and frustration, (VI) 86; function from a state of, (XIV) 205; going beyond, (XVII) 124; and gossip, (V) 288-89; and the hindrance of thought, (XVI) 222; and identification, (X) 76; and identity, (X) 7-8; inward, (VIII) 111; without labels, (V) 312; listening in the state of, (XIV) 122; and living in the now, (XV) 273; living with, (XIII) 311; and love, (XIII) 149; (XVI) 77; without love, (XV) 321; and ‘me’, (VI) 311; and motiveless denial, (XIII) 191; nature of, (XV) 278; need for, (XVI) 223; and negative thinking, (XI) 282; and the new, (XII) 256; (XVI) 70-71; as the observer, (XVI) 121; and the religious mind, (XIV) 269; (XV) 4748; and search for meaning, (V) 159; and search for wisdom, (IV) 72; (VIII) 34; and self-knowing, (XIV) 76; sense of, (XV) 167-68; and space, (XV) 24; and space in the mind, (XIV) 207-8; and total

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See also Aloneness; Death; Despair; Empty mind; Fear; God; Intelligence; Isolation; Loneliness; Meditation; Mutation; Solitude Empty heart: and the technical mind, (V) 157 Empty mind: and the absence of fear, (XIV) 118; and the absence of pressure, (XII) 25; achieving, (XI) 93-94; as active, (XI) 393; and attention, (XIII) 322; (XVII) 116; and awareness, (X) 254; and change, (XVI) 221; and conflict, (XIII) 234; and consciousness, (XVII) 3; and creation, (XII) 168; (XIII) 169, 320; (XV) 245; as creative, (XI) 94; (XIV) 230; as the creative mind, (XV) 47-48; and dying to yesterdays, (XII) 161; and energy, (XIII) 328; fear of, (IX) 23; and the hindrance of effort, (XVII) 76; and the immeasurable, (XII) 46-47; and intelligence, (XVII) 71; and looking, (XV) 51; and love, (XIV) 257; (XVII) 28; and meditation, (XIV) 160, 216, 261-63; (XVII) 81, 242; and mutation, (XIV) 164; and the new, (XII) 154; (XVI) 234; versus the occupied mind, (XI) 40-41; and problems, (XVII) 32; and reality, (XI) 99; and religion, (XI) 204; as rich, (XI) 148; and seeing the true and the false, (XIV) 300; and space, (XIV) 298, 302; (XVII) 271; and total freedom, (XIV) 134; and uncovering the unconscious, (XIII) 293; and understanding, (XVII) 248; and understanding the supreme, (XIV ) 94; and the word, (X) 270. See also Dull mind; Emptiness; Free mind; Meditation; Mind; Mutation; New; New mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind; Radical transformation Encouragement: versus confidence, (V) 133 End: of the center, (X) 179-80; fear of, (VIII) 245-46; (X) 154-55, 209; of thinking, (IX) 261; of thought, (X) 179-80, 213-14, 249-50. See also Continuity; Death; Truth Ending: acceptance of, (VIII) 151; and action, (XVII) 147; agitated mind, (XVII) 43; of authority, (XIV) 18, 20; and the beginning of innocence, (XIV ) 153; conflict, (XVI) 37, 272; (XVII) 42-43; of conflict, (XIV) 49-50; without conflict, (XV) 111; of conformity, (XV) 214, 218; confusion, (XVI) 280; continuity, (XVI) 245; and death, (XI) 241-43; desire, (XVI) 36; deterioration, (XV) 237; dread of, (XIII) 148-49; of dreams, (IX) 124; of experience, (XIV) 218; of the experiencer, (XIV) 222; fear, (XV) 162, 218; (XVI) 156, 180, 210; of fear, (XVII) 25, 282; fear of, (XV) 177; (XVI) 176; of the fear of death, (XIV) 31-32; and the fresh mind, (VIII) 209; images, (XVI) 170; of imitation, (XIV) 30; as immediate, (XVII) 89-90; and learning, (XV) 111; as the means, (XI) 259-60; memory, (XVII) 28; of the mind, (IX) 34; and new beginnings, (XVII) 149-50; old mind, (XVI) 16263; of the past, (XVII) 163; to the past, (XIII) 25859; positive action, (XVII) 20; of problems, (XIV) 23-24, 176, 184; psychological fragmentation, (XVI) 295; seeking, (XVII) 41, 43, 153-54; selfcentered activity, (XVI) 244; sorrow; (XVI) 38-39, 144; (XVII) 88; of sorrow, (XI) 284; (XIII) 25455, 311, 313; (XIV) 22, 25-26, 105, 147-48, 210, 306-7, 309; (XV) 32-33, 221-22, 225, 344; as suffering, (VIII) 208-9; thought, (XVI) 58-59, 142, 144, 147, 164, 222, 296; of thought, (XII) 138; (XIV) 26, 112, 192, 210, 212; time, (XVI) 22, 24, 26, 142, 143, 144, 190, 240; of time, (XV) 116; (XVII) 103-4; violence, (XVI) 130, 179, 289-90, 293. See also Continuity; Death; Dying; Dying daily End(ing) of thought, (XII) 138; and meditation, (XIII) 262, 264; and the new, (VIII) 236; and observation, (XIII) 299-300; as the way to God, (VIII) 292. See also Ending; Meditation Enemy: as ourselves, (III) 203 Energy, (XI) 272-73, 276-78; (XII) 63-67, 268; (XIII) 230-34; (XIV) 288-96; (XVII) 119-24, 230-32; and the absence of conflict, (XII) 202; (XIII) 17-18, 36; and the absence of effort, (VIII) 320; (XIV) 10; and the absence of movement, (VIII) 326; achieving, (XIII) 337-38; (XV) 43-44; and achieving self-knowledge, (XI) 157; and action, (XI) 262-63; (XIII) 327; (XV) 179, 235-36; and aloneness, (XIII) 187-88; and the attempt to control, (IX) 104, 106; and attention, (X) 111, 235; (XIII) 84; (XIV) 88; (XV) 113; (XVI) 26-27; and avoidance of the dull mind, (XIII) 255; and awareness, (XV) 138; and awareness without conflict, (XVII) 88; and awareness of confusion, (XVI) 255; without beginning or end, (XII) 103; and the beginning of thought, (XVII) 177; born of freedom, (XIII) 111-12; and capacity, (XVII) 274; and cause and effect, (XII) 100; and the cessation of conflict, (VIII) 340; and challenge, (XVI) 209, 211-12; and change, (XV) 200, 339; (XVII) 144; and choice, (VIII) 309-11; through clarity, (XIV) 157-58; and comparison, (XVII) 185; and condemnation, (XII) 242; conditioned and conditioning, (III) 64; and conditioned thinking, (XVII) 139-40; and conflict, (XII) 196, 296-97; (XIII) 5, 128, 181-82; (XVI) 50, 68, 115; versus conflict, (XIV) 133, 203; and consciousness, (III) 84; and creation, (XIII) 176-77, 329-30; (XV) 9394, 181-82; creative, (XIV) 46; and the creative state, (XII) 145; as creator of individuality, (III) 56; defining, (IX) 36; (XIV) 201; and denial, (XIV) 258; and denial and reaction, (XIII) 56; as desire, (VIII) 304-5; destructive, (XIII) 111-12; and deterioration, (XIV) 29; and determination, (XVI) 96; and discipline, (XVI) 70; and discontent, (XIV) 265; and the discovery of truth, (XIV) 124; dissipation of, (XII) 202-3; (XV) 107-8, 144-45, 242; (XVII) 14; dissipation through escape, (XV) 272; and dying to the past, (XV) 244; and effort, (XV) 91; and the elimination of time, (XVII) 104; and emptiness, (XIII) 156; (XV) 290-91; and ending, (XV) 111; ending the waste of, (XV) 112; and envy, (XII) 110-11; and exploration, (XV) 42;

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See also Faith Energy of purification: and the need to observe, (XII) 111. See also Energy Engels, Frederich: and followers, (XVI) 234. See also Authority; Ideology Engineers: social role of, (V) 143. See also Education; Livelihood; Professions England: and hippies, (XVII) 189. See also Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Environment; Government; Identification; Influences; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems English: See Conditioning; Divisions; Ideology; Nationalism; Society; War English (language): See Language; Translating; Words Enjoyment: versus pleasure, (XV) 236-37; understanding, (VIII) 117-20. See also Happiness Enlightened: conditioning, (X) 190; defining, (X) 194; and tradition, (X) 194 Enlightenment: achieving, (III) 44; centers of, (IV) 85; and the cessation of habit, (XI) 135-36; and ending sorrow, (XVII) 245; as pathless, (XIII) 154; search for, (l) 127 Enslaved mind, (XI) 253-58; to conditioning, (XI) 323; to the means. (XI) 260; of the mind, (XI) 41, 43, 104, 304, 306; state of, (XI) 290. See also Slavery Enslavement, (II) 25; and freedom, (XIV) 297; to time, (XII) 75, 85, 122; to work, (XII) 302-3, 315. See also Freedom; Free mind; Individual; Man; Possessions; Religion Entertainment: and American production, (XVII) 56; defining, (XVI) 9; and leisure, (XIV) 162; (XVII) 128; versus seriousness, (XVII) 60. See also Escape; Organized entertainment; Stimulation Enthusiasm: and belief, (XVI) 254-55; and inquiry, (VII) 264; as temporary, (IX) 70; versus total passion, (XVII) 265 Entity: and attention, (XV) 175; collapse of, (XV) 115; and conditioning, (IX) 144, 233; and contradiction, (XV) 250-51; and control, (IX) 129; and desire, (IX) 82; and fact, (IX) 129; freeing of, (XVI) 248; identifying, (XVI) 271-72; and the observer, (XVII) 275-76; permanent, (XIV) 158; and the process of the observer, (IX) 115; and the process of thought, (X) 142; and progress, (IX) 96; and the state of confusion, (XVI) 258; as the thought, (XVI) 272; and understanding, (XV) 170; and violence, (XVI) 203-4; as the watcher, (XV) 38. See also Atma; Center; Object; Observer; Self; Soul; Thinking; Thought

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See also Background; Conditioned mind; Conditioning; Culture; Propaganda; Society; Tradition Environmental conditioning: and the enslavement to words, (XIII) 296 Envy, (III) 183-84, 187-88, 189; (VI) 342-43; (VII) 112-14; and acquisitiveness, (XII) 310-11; attempt to be free of, (X) 46; and awareness, (IX) 286; as basis of action, (VI) 349; as basis for life, (X) 2078; as basis of religious sanctions, (XII) 165; as the basis of society, (XII) 110-11; cessation of, (IX) 48; as condemnatory word, (IX) 72-73; and conflict, (IX) 81; and the conscious mind, (XI) 231-32; as culture base, (IX) 39-40; defining, (VII) 151; and desire, (VI) 308; and the desire for more, (VII) 208-9; (IX) 250-53; (X) 264; and discontent, (IX) 207; (XI) 8; and effort, (VII) 298-99; experiencing, (X) 47-48; and fear, (VIII) 69; as a form of remembering, (VII) 118-19; and the foundation for meditation, (XIII) 96-97; freedom from, (VI) 349-51; (X) 27-30, 240-42, 245, 268; freeing the mind of, (X) 132; and habit, (XV) 135; habit of, (XIII) 239; and love, (XVII) 203; versus the mature mind, (XII) 205; and positive action, (XI) 267; and power, (XII) 28; prevalence of, (XI) 43; process of, (IX) 41; (X) 264-65; and relationship, (IX) 139; and separation, (IX) 94-95; as social base, (XIII) 211; as social and religious base, (X) 91; and society, (IX) 93; (XI) 193; and transformation, (X) 241-42; understanding, (VIII) 107-8; (IX) 99; (X) 27-30; and will, (X) 26-27; and the word, (XIII) 41. See also Accumulation; Acquisition; Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Becoming; Comparison; Condemnation; Conflict; Fulfillment; Greed; Self-contradiction; Society; Words Envy, greed, and ambition: as the basis of social structure, (XIII) 167-68. See also Ambition Equality, (VII) 313; achieving, (VII) 128; analyzing, (VIII) 270-71; as fact, (VIII) 180; and fulfillment, (l) 168; as ideal, (VIII) 180; and inequality, (V) 83; (VIII) 42; in marriage, (V) 88; versus Master and disciple, (IX) 178; and respect, (VII) 231; and society, (XI) 2-3. See also Ambitions; Authority; Divisions; Family Equality and inequality: and learning, (X) 173 Erudition: and psychological problems, (XVII) 39. See also Education; Intellectual Escape, (l) 129; (V) 356-58; (VI) 343-45; (XVI) 26266; and the absence of understanding, (XII) 314; and absorption, (XV) 177; and activity, (V) 366-67; from attachment, (IX) 38; through authority, (III) 94; awareness of, (IV) 63; and belief, (VIII) 135; (XVI) 254-56; through belief, (XIV) 267; from boredom, (X) 95; cessation of, (III) 53; (XII) 94; from challenges, (XV) 213; and concentration, (IV) 181; through condemnation, (XV) 276; from conditioning, (XVII) 169; conditions to end, (V) 345-46; and conflict, (II) 64, 78-79, 115, 120-21; (IX) 204; from conflict (VI) 337; (XII) 43, 129-30, 154, 156, 194, 241; (XIII) 16, 76; (XIV) 10-11, 79, 280; (XV) 8, 91, 256; (XVI) 34, 81, 95, 97; and confusion, (II) 224; (X) 7; from confusion, (XVI) 125, 182, 274; from contradiction, (XI) 23, 25-26; from death, (XI) 31; (XV) 79; (XVI) 30; and dependence through drugs, (X) 89; from desire, (XVI) 87; from despair, (VI) 345; from discontent, (XII) 14; from dissatisfaction, (IX) 45, 47; and the dull mind, (XII) 175-76; from emptiness, (VI) 17273; (IX) 120; (X) 94; (XV) 167; and energy, (XIV) 55; versus facing reality, (XVI) 256-57; and fact, (IX) 47-48; from fact(s), (XIII) 33, 232; (XV) 338, 339; (XVI) 60, 261, 265; from the fact of violence, (XVII) 258; and fear, (XVII) 72, 162, 209, 225, 275; from fear, (VI) 304; (VIII) 337; (IX) 119; (XI) 240-42, 351; (XII) 45, 59; (XIII) 171, 256; (XIV) 62, 250-51, 291; (XV) 77-78, 124-25, 158, 300, 316, 318; (XVI) 127, 175, 210-11, 262; and fear of death, (XVI) 62-63; from the fear of loneliness, (XIII) 269; and followers, (VIII) 294; (VII) 76; forms of, (XI) 376; (XII) 240; (XIV) 77; (XV) 271-72; freedom from the desire to, (X) 8; and fulfillment, (XVI) 218; futility of, (VI) 173-74; (X) 30; (XII) 9; (XIV) 219; (XVII) 161; and God, (VI) 19; through God, (X) 159; and gossip, (V) 287-89; and habits, (XIV) 144; through habit, (III) 132-33; as hindrance to the religious mind, (XIV)

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113, 117, 118; as hindrance to self-knowing, (XIII) 248; as hindrance to transformation, (XV) 88; as hindrance to understanding, (VII) 330; as hope, (VII) 244; and ideals, (V) 289; (XIV ) 284, 286; and ideas, (XIV) 3, 236; as illusion, (V) 252, 349; and imagination, (II) 138-39; from incompleteness, (VII) 5-6; from insecurity, (XV) 31; and instant change, (XVI) 100-101; and the intellect, (VI) 11617; and investigation, (XIII) 100; and inward insufficiency, (V) 116-17; from the known, (XVII) 13-14; and laziness, (VIII) 71; and leaders, (V) 368; versus learning, (XI) 118; from life, (VIII) 340-41; (XI) 367; (XVI) 180-81; from loneliness, (VI) 237; (VIII) 314; (IX) 22-23; (X) 52-53; (XI) 209-10; (XII) 88; (XIII) 103, 247; (XIV) 103-4; (XV) 24, 32; (XVI) 120-21; versus looking at the fact, (XVI) 106; and marriage, (V) 175-76; and mass illusion, (VII) 193-94; and meditation, (XIV) 155; (XV) 36-37; through meditation, (l) 26-27; methods of, (IV) 159-60; from modern life, (XIII) 290; movement of, (XVI) 267; and mysticism, (VI) 116-17; from the occupied mind, (IX) 28; to organized amusements, (XV) 43; and pleasure, (XV) 70; (XVI) 97; through prayers, (XIV) 299; from the present, (XVI) 6; and problems, (V) 33334; (XIV) 174-75, 177-78, 182; from problems, (XI) 266; (XII) 8-9; (XV) 72, 149, 151-52, 211; (XVI) 173, 246-47; (XVII) 32, 51; and the problem of sorrow, (XVI) 55, 57; process of, (XI) 285-88; (XVI) 262-65; from reality, (XVI) 128; reasons for, (V) 47; (XVI) 247; reform as, (VIII) 315; and relationship, (V) 344; and religion, (V) 263-65; (XIV) 162; through religion, (XI) 14-15; through religious belief, (XI) 290; and the religious life, (XIV ) 268; and right attention, (V) 285; from routine, (XIV ) 261; as search, (V) 329-30; search for, (XVII) 159; and search for God, (II) 191; (V) 4; and search for ideal, (II) 211-12; and search for methods of, (IV) 30; and seeking, (XIII) 161-62; from self, (V) 239-40; (VI) 268-69; from selfknowledge, (VI) 184-85; (X) 124; and the sense of safety, (XI) 324; and sex, (VI) 129-30; and the shallow mind, (VII) 10-11; from the shallow mind, (XII) 163; and social harm, (V) 52; from society, (XVII) 154; and sorrow, (XII) 208, 210, 269; from sorrow, (VII) 262; (X) 56-58; (XI) 284-85; (XIII) 152; (XIV) 24, 26-27, 103, 149, 212; (XV) 343; (XVI) 140-41; from suffering, (V) 84, 158, 315-16; (VII) 56; (XII) 91, 93-94; and suicide, (VII) 200201; and thought, (XV) 237; and time, (XIV ) 150, 305; (XV) 122; as a trap, (VI) 207-8; types of, (IV) 210-11; (XII) 156; (XIV) 114-15; (XVI) 16; from uncertainty, (X) 15; understanding, (X) 52-53; from understanding, (V) 155; through war, (IV) 192; and the waste of energy, (XV) 119; from what is, (XVII) 232; and world problems, (XVII) 94; and worry, (VI) 236. See also Belief; Boredom; Distraction; Experience; God; Ideal; Liberation; Pain; Religion; Security; Sorrow; Suffering; Systems Essentials: of love and truth, (II) 124-25; and unessentials, (II) 27-28, 121 Eternal, (V) 297, 299; achieving, (IX) 201; and beauty, (XIV) 222; versus continuity, (V) 58; and the creative mind, (XIV) 269; defining, (III) 88; discovering, (V) 170; and the individual, (XIII) 120-21; and the mind, (VII) 225, 317-19; (XI) 6768; as the present, (IV) 12; and time, (XI) 112; (XIV) 222; versus time, (IX) 24; and the virtuous mind, (XIII) 158. see also God; Happiness; Immeasurable; Real; Reality; Religion; Timeless; Truth; Unknown Eternal becoming, (l) 65-66, 139. See also Truth Eternal life: discovering through freedom, (II) 14-15. See also Hereafter Eternal reality: acquiring, (II) 3; and systems, (II) 3. See also Truth Ethical decline, (XVII) 216. See also Morality Ethics: and religion, (XIII) 88 Europe, (IX) 277; and the ideology of organized religion, (XVII) 139; and meditation, (XVII) 81; and war, (XV) 343. See also Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems Evaluation: versus awareness, (IX) 30; and fact, (VIII) 333-35; freedom from, (IX) 245. See also Comparison Everyday life: See Daily life Evil, (II) 48-49; of authority, (X) 77-78; (XI) 36, 181; (XII) 180; of authority and power, (XII) 189; and becoming, (VIII) 318; creation of, (II) 232-23; and good, (VIII) 317-18; justification of, (IV) 168, 177-78; of killing , (IV) 3; organized, (II) 48-49; and power, (XII) 27-28, 34, 36; of power, (XI) 372-73; and the psychological ‘me’, (VII) 49; as reality, (III) 212-13; for righteous ends, (III) 217; social and economic, (III) 228; thought, and the need to control, (VII) 153-54; and ugliness, (VI) 299. See also Corruption; Craving; Hate; Nationalism; Society Evolution, (II) 27-28; (V) 127-29; (IX) 24; as acquisition, (VII) 113; definition of, (l) 8; (VII) 16; and freedom from conditioning, (XI) 248; and going beyond time, (XIII) 241; and the gradual, (XVI) 191-92; (XVII) 67; and loneliness, (XV) 24; man as the sum of, (XIV) 135-36; meaning of, (III) 87-88; and movement, (XVI) 264-65; and postponed action, (V) 353; as progress, (II) 93; (VII) 102; questioning, (XV) 118; and revolution, (XV) 4; as technological progress, (IX) 24; three types of, (V) 127; and time, (XVI) 57-58. See also Brain; Change; Gradual; Growth; Immediate; Progress Evolutionary: versus the religious state, (VIII) 188 Evolutionary mind: versus the religious mind, (XII) 272. See also Dull mind; Time Examination, (XVI) 32-38; and attention, (XVI) 26; blocking of, (XVII) 78; conditions for, (XVI) 3233; and confusion, (XVI) 276; and fear, (XVI) 276-77; and freedom, (XVI) 59-60, 125, 127;

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See also Ignorance; Problems; Superior Exercise: and energy, (XIII) 337 Exhaustion: cause of, (l) 55 Existence, (X) 65-66; as action, (XV) 62, 67; and conflict, (XVI) 153; and continuity, (VIII) 15-16; (IX) 287; and contradiction, (XI) 228; different approach to, (XVI) 159-63; and effort, (XII) 41; without effort, (XV) 66; examining the problems of, (V) 72; and fragmentation, (XVI) 160; and function and status, (XVII) 122; and meditation, (XI) 138-44; need to understand, (XV) 51-52; pain of, (IV) 32; problem of, (VIII) 147-48; (X) 86; (XI) 247-48; process of, (XI) 184; purpose of, (III) 15;110 (VI) 368-69; reason for, (VIII) 95; as relationship, (XV) 50-52, 333; (XVI) 1; repetitive process of, (XVI) 13; and search, (IX) 20; and time, (XIV) 102; and total action, (XI) 161; totality of, (X) 129; as a total process, (VII) 170; two states of, (XV) 62; understanding the implications of, (XIV) 81; understanding the process of, (XI) 29697. See also Daily Life; Life; Living; Problems; World problems Existentialism: and living in the present, (XV) 114; (XVI) 205 Existing: state of, (XI) 140 Experience, (l) 42, 63-64, 66, 88, 116, 126, 134, 135; (II) 113, 168, 187; (VI) 50-51; (X) 16-17; (XI) 265, 268-71; (XIII) 219-22; (XVI) 180-83; and accumulation, (VII) 134-35, 258; without accumulation, (IX) 132; and the accumulation of knowledge, (XIII) 287-88; as the accumulation of knowledge, (XII) 236, 304; and action, (XI) 31819; of actuality and wish, (III) 43-44; attempt to escape from, (XII) 132; and authority, (VII) 301-2; (XIII) 71, 122-23; without authority, (IV) 23; and awareness of fragmentation, (XV) 103-4; and belief, (VII) 44-45; beyond, (XIII) 234-35; and the boredom of life, (XV) 39; and the center, (X) 2324; (XII) 166; and challenge and response, (XII) 295; as challenge and response, (XIV) 136; and change, (VII) 25; (XI) 127-28; (XIII) 5; collective and individual, (X) 144-45; and communication, (V) 214-15; and conclusions, (X) 22-24; as conditioned, (V) 20; as conditioned and conditioning, (X) 20-21, 22, 26, 39, 205; (XV) 24344; as conditioned response, (IX) 149; and conditioning, (III) 106; (IV) 195; (VII) 183, 209, 264; (IX) 49-50, 160, 238; (XI) 35-36, 305, 312; (XII) 224; (XIII) 117, 152, 193, 195; and conflict, (XI) 11; and consciousness, (IV) 186-87; craving for, (XVI) 121; and danger, (XVI) 171-72; and dealing with problems, (XIV) 275; defining, (IV) 1; (VI) 165-66; (VII) 306; (XIII) 98; (XV) 39, 8586, 128; (XVII) 238; dependence on, (XVI) 110; (XVII) 90; versus descriptive knowledge, (XI) 65; and desire, (VII) 41-42; desire for, (XV) 184; (XVI) 273; (XVII) 34-35; desire for more, (XV) 241; as deteriorating factor, (VII) 117-19; direct, (XIV) 101; and dogma, (II) 13; and doubt, (l) 162; dying to, (IX) 217; (XVII) 74-75; dynamics of, (VI) 189-90; and the emptying of the mind, (XVII) 83; ending of, (XIV) 37-38, 39, 218; as endless process, (X) 25-26; as escape, (XVII) 32; examining, (XI) 61; and experiencer, (VI) 294; versus experiencing, (V) 227; and fact, (XV) 292; and fear, (VIII) 237; of fear, (XV) 217; and freedom, (l) 151; freedom from, (XIII) 58; (XIV) 300; and freedom of the mind, (XI) 382; free from conditioning, (IX) 160-61; and the free mind, (VIII) 234; and the fresh mind, (XV) 288-93; and fulfillment, (III) 79; and function, (XI) 209; and the futility of search for, (X) 89; as help or hindrance, (X) 21; as hindrance, (VIII) 34, 50-51, 185; as a hindrance to beauty, (XV) 243; as hindrance to reality, (V) 206-8; as hindrance to skepticism, (XIII) 33; and ideas, (V) 278-80; and ignorance, (III) 109-10; (XI) 208-9; and illusion, (VI) 243-44; importance of, (VIII) 228-29; as inner authority, (XII) 144; inquiry into, (XIV) 10910; and intelligence, (VII) 189-90; (XIII) 323-24; and inward questioning, (XIII) 53; and knowledge, (XI) 381-82; (XIII) 219-21, 255; (XIV) 84; (XVI) 15; as the known, (XII) 120; and the known and unknown, (IX) 261; and learning, (XI) 80; (XIV) 53-54; (XVI) 108-9; liberation or hindrance, (III) 99; and limitation, (III) 177; as limitation, (X) 21; and listening, (XI) 189; (XV) 3; and looking with the old mind, (XVII) 69; and loss, (l) 14; and LSD, (XVII) 154; meaning of, (XII) 236, 308-9; (XVI) 181; and the meaning of life, (X) 159-60; and meditation, (VIII) 193; (XIV) 37-38, 159, 298-99; (XV) 85-86, 276; and memory, (l ) 24-26; (II) 200; (V) 8, 42; (XII) 132, 198; (XIV ) 215-16; as memory, (XI) 236, 238, 365; (XVII) 59; and the mind, (VII) 239; as mind conditioner, (X) 51; of momentary ecstasy, (IV) 31; and momentary silence, (XIV) 217; and naming, (XIV) 106; nature of, (XV) 184; need to question, (XVII) 174; and

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See also Becoming; Conflict; ‘I’ process; Memory; Thinker; Thought; Truth Experienced: as memory, (XI) 281 Experienced mind: as dead, (XI) 268. See also Petty mind Experience of being: and conflict of becoming, (IV) 28. See also Truth Experiencer: cessation of, (XI) 143-44; and conflict, (XII) 198; ending of, (XIV) 222; as memory, (IX) 65-66; as the result of the known, (IX) 53-54; and silence, (XIII) 265. See also Censor; Center; Experience; Experiencer and the experience; Observer; Thinker Experiencer and the experience: and ‘becoming’, (X) 268; and conflict, (IX) 130; (XI) 142-43; (XVI) 156-57; as divided, (IX) 100; division of thought into, (XVI) 169; and ideals, (V) 290-91; and memory, (IX) 65-66; as one, (V) 190, 275, 301-2; (X) 67, 229; as source of conflict, (XII) 177-78; and time, (XV) 129; and violence, (X) 81-83; and the word, (XI) 88-89. See also Divisions; Experience; Observer and the observed; Thinker and the thought Experiencing: versus accumulation, (VII) 134-35; as the answer, (VII) 141; and attention, (XII) 102, 248; and the boredom of routine, (XIV) 261; and challenge and response, (XII) 314; and change, (VII) 2; and communication, (VIII) 275-76; and conditioning, (XI) 281; confusion, (IX) 246-47; and contradiction, (XII) 44; creativity, (IX) 245; defining, (XIII) 228-29; directly, (X) 74; dying, (XI) 241-43; envy, (X) 47; versus escape, (X) 7-8; without the experiencer, (XI) 198-99; and the free mind, (X) 66-67; as hindrance to discovery, (IX) 35-36; versus learning, (IX) 172-73; (XIV) 239; while listening, (XII) 41; versus listening to words, (X) 115; meaning of, (XII) 155; and the mind, (XII) 132; versus past experience, (X) 145-46; as perception of now, (XI) 236-37; and the positive state, (XV) 356-57; reality, (X) 233; religion, (X) 186; versus repetition of experience, (VII) 246-47; sorrow, (X) 56; state of, (XI) 38; thought, (X) 11214; and the timeless, (VII) 237; as the true religion, (VII) 317; understanding, (XII) 16. See also Being; Belief; Experience; God; Listening; Love; Truth Experimenting: defining, (III) 166; and seeking, (XIV) 198 Expert(s), (II) 105, 106, 149, 207; (IV) 88; and confusion, (VI) 50-51; creation of, (II) 222; and the departmentalization of problems, (XI) 13-15; dependence on, (VI) 159; and division of problems, (V) 151-52; enslavement to, (VI) 67; and followers, (II) 111; and fragmentation, (VI) 259; versus integrated action, (V) 128. See also Authority; Education; Gurus; Leaders; Livelihood; Masters; Occupations; Professions; Specialists; Teachers; Technical knowledge Explanations: as futile, (XI) 183-84; as hindrance, (XVI) 283; as hindrance to self-discovery, (XVII) 38-39; as satisfying, (XI) 220; as valueless, (XVII) 85. See also Comparison; Condemnation Exploitation, (l) 138-39; (II) 46, 51-52, 182; (X) 16769; and authority, (IX) 202; (X) 36, 78; and capitalism, (l) 167; comprehending, (III) 82; versus direct experience, (V) 308; effects of, (II) 207-8; government, (V) 109; among groups, (III) 217-18; and happiness, (II) 46-47; and intelligence, (II) 4647; inward and outward, (IV) 133-34; and killing, (VI) 59-60; and leaders, (l) 172; levels of, (IV) 87; and love, (VI) 43; and machine, (II) 175; and Masters, (l) 163-64; (II) 30; (III) 19; by masters and organizations, (V) 353; meaning of, (II) 19-20, 197; and paternalism, (II) 10; and patriotism, (II) 41-42; and personal needs, (II) 19-20; and problems, (VI) 53; process of, (IV) 95-96; and

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See also Leader; Master; Priest; Society Exploration: and the absence of answers, (XVI) 118; and attention, (XIV) 122; and change, (XV) 41-42; and the disciplined mind, (XI) 383; and discussion, (XII) 2; and energy, (XVII) 161; versus exploring, (XII) 57; and freedom, (XIV) 108; (XV) 55; (XVII) 50, 52; and the hindrance of conclusion, (XVI) 45; importance of, (XI) 190; and learning, (XVI) 52; meaningful, (XI) 363; meaning of, (XIII) 217; and mechanical thinking, (XII) 5; and observation, (XIII) 334; and revolution, (XV) 3; as satisfying, (XIII) 17; of the unconscious, (XVI) 198. See also Discovery; Examination; Inquiry; Investigation; Questioning; Seeking Explosion: and the new mind, (XVI) 162-63 Exposure: of fear, (XVI) 210-11. See also Selfawareness; Self-discovery Expression: and contradiction, (XV) 180; and creativeness, (XV) 142; need for, (XIII) 176; of tension, (XVI) 162. See also Art(s) Extensive awareness: defining,. (VII) 151 External awareness: defining, (VII) 115 External authority, (l) 3; explanation of, (II) 15; and incompleteness, (l) 3; and inner law, (l) 3; obedience to, (XII) 295; and social conformity, (II) 15. See also Outward authority; Society External problems: and inner confusion, (VI) 216 Facing: death, (XI) 391-92 Fact, (V) 281-82; (VI) 183-84; (IX) 45, 47-48; (XIII) 32-34, 36, 37-40; ability to accept, (XI) 52-53; ability to face, (XIII) 66; and the absence of conditioning, (XII) 316; and the absence of conflict, (XIV) 87; and the absence of fear, (XII) 247; and the absence of ideology, (XVII) 191; versus abstractions, (XIV) 57; and action, (VIII) 303-4; (XII) 5, 210; (XIII) 69; (XV) 25, 115, 337, 339; without adjustment, (XII) 205; altering, (XV) 66; as always moving, (XII) 169; and ambition, (XIII) 130; approach to, (XII) 251; and attention, (XIII) 92; and awareness, (VI) 342-43; (XI) 31-32; and awareness of, (XIII) 227, 231; and belief, (V) 306; (XI) 210; (XV) 171; versus belief, (XIV) 26667; and the cessation of fear, (XII) 305; and chronological and psychological time, (XII) 159; and the collective and the individual, (XIV) 273; and communication, (XV) 124; and communication about life, (XI) 101-2; and communion, (XV) 336; communion with, (XIV ) 284; and comparisons, (IX) 48; versus comparison, (XIV) 246; versus concept, (XV) 10; and condemnation, (IX) 81, 28687; (XII) 46; and conditioning, (XII) 311; (XIII) 87; (XIV) 282, 286; and conflict, (IX) 200; (XII) 240, 241; of conflict and war, (XVI) 8; and the conformity of fear, (XVI) 17; and confusion, (VIII) 333-35; of confusion, (XVI) 277; contact with, (XV) 50, 150-51, 318, 320-21, 337-39; (XVI) 106-7, 184; (XVII) 156; and contradiction, (XII) 24; (XIII) 90, 127-28; (XV) 10, 250-51; and the contradiction of ideas, (XVII) 248-49; and cooperation, (XIV) 266; and crisis, (XII) 281, 283; and death, (XIII) 104; and denial, (XIII) 130; and desire, (VIII) 306; and the deterioration of the mind, (XI) 344-45; difficulty of seeing, (XVI) 56; and the drive to escape, (XI) 286-87; without effort, (XII) 165; and the elimination of effort, (XVII) 80; and the elimination of the ‘I’, (XIII) 183; and ending sorrow, (XIII) 255; and energy, (XII) 312, 324; (XIII) 75, 249-50; (XIV) 55, 288, 290; (XV) 202; escape from, (VI) 115-16; (XV) 91, 272; (XVI) 250, 261, 265; and escape from conflict, (XIV) 10; and escape from life, (XIV) 267; and escape through ideals, (XIV) 69; and evaluation, (VIII) 338-39; facing, (V) 131-32; (XI) 288, 347, 351; (XIV) 25-26; (XVI) 248, 250, 260, 267-69; facing daily, (XV) 291-92; and facing problems, (XIV) 177; and fear, (V) 240; (VI) 193; (XIII) 136-37; (XIV) 291; (XVI) 107-8; (XVII) 225; of fear, (XI) 350-51; versus fear, (XII) 303; fear of, (XV) 132; and fear and pleasure, (XV) 124; versus formula, (XIV) 293; and freedom, (XIII) 108-9; and freedom from fear, (XIV) 195; and freedom from the word, (XIII) 197; and the free mind, (XI) 132; and the fresh mind, (VIII) 309; and the futility of the will, (XIV) 189; and the hindrance of conclusions, (XIV) 40-41; and the hindrance of conditioning, (XIV ) 1-2; and the hindrance of ideals, (XVI) 117; and the hindrance of interpretation, (XII) 50; (XIV ) 191; and the hindrance of time, (XVII) 105; versus idea(s), (VI) 138-39; (X) 124; (XIII) 76, 89, 232, 329; (XV) 7475, 78; versus ideal, (XI) 176; (XV) 25, 305; (XVII) 266; and ideals, (XIV) 286; versus the idea of fear, (XIV) 194-95; versus ideas and words, (XVII) 64-65; versus ideology, (XVII) 137, 140; as illusion, (VII) 5-6; versus illusion, (IX) 258-59; (XII) 61; and image, (XV) 202; and the impact of conditioning, (XV) 82, 83; of impermanence, (VIII) 274; and the impermanence of life, (XV) 177; importance of, (XIV) 204; and the importance of awareness, (X) 59; importance of looking at, (XIII) 200-201; and influence, (XIII) 129-30; of insecurity, (XIV) 132-34; and intelligence, (XI) 345; without interpretation, (XVI) 121; versus judgement, (XII) 164, 282-83; without judgement, (VIII) 289; and learning, (XI) 357-58; of life, (XI)

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See also Idea(s); Ideal(s); Reality; Truth; What is Fact and the idea: and the time interval, (XVI) 128. See also Fact Fact, interference, and awareness: and the connection between, (XIII) 39, 40. See also Awareness; Fact Factual knowledge, (X) 218-19. See also Technology Faith, (l) 163; (II) 6; (III) 13, 51-52; and authority, (XI) 359-60; as cultivated, (X) 63; destruction of, (XII) 69; and fear, (II) 170; versus freedom, (XIII) 8; in God, (III) 12-13, 49-51; and hope, (XVII) 77; and illusion, (III) 139; loss of, (VII) 140; (XVII) 57, 94; versus science, (III) 78; and the soul, (III) 59; as sustainer, (VII) 205; as view of life, (III) 56. See also Belief; Confidence; Duality; Energy; Influence; Motive; Power; Religion False: ability to perceive, (XIII) 2; and authority, (XII) 279; and awareness of, (V) 354; and conditioning, (V) 48-49; and the creation of the new, (XII) 141; and denial, (XII) 322; denial of, (XVII) 153; desire for, (XIII) 126-27; and method, (XIII) 52-53; need to see, (XIV ) 44; and questioning, (XII) 277; seeing, (XIV) 306; seeing the true in, (XIII) 260; and the state of negation, (XII) 255-56; stripping the mind of, (XIV) 261; and time, (XII) 160; versus the true, (VIII) 230; understanding, (V) 351-352. See also False and true; Negation; Negative approach; Revolution; True False and true: and belief, (XIV ) 267; discerning, (XI) 316-17; and discontent, (XIV) 265; seeing, (XVII) 207-8. See also False; True Fame: and comparison, (XIV) 193; and desire, (XV) 166; and the tension of contradiction, (XIII) 237; understanding, (VIII) 125-26. See also Ambition; Competition; Comparison; Fulfillment Family, (II) 180; (XIV) 293-94; and authority, (XIII) 121; and condition from birth, (XVI) 111; and the conflict of freedom, (XII) 127-28; and continuity, (XIII) 146; and corruption, (XIV) 123; danger of, (XVII) 184; and death, (XII) 318; description of, (VI) 139; and desire for psychological security, (XIV) 186; and the difficulty of ending fear, (XVI) 107; and exclusion, (VI) 139-40; and exploitation, (II) 135, 204-5, 207-8, 217, 223; (V) 98; (VI) 42; and fear of change, (II) 65; as institution, (V) 2-3; and love, (XV) 74, 229; (XVI) 64, 75-76; (XVII) 212; obedience to, (XIII) 120; origins of, (VII) 80; and permanency, (XIV ) 251; psychological dependence on, (XIII) 110; and relationship, (XVI) 34-35; (XVII) 281; and the religious mind, (XV) 46; and responsibility, (IV) 96; (VI) 13; as reward and punishment, (XV) 330-31; as separative, (VIII) 243; and social morality, (XV) 73; and society, (XV) 42-44; and world change, (XVI) 54. 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and the center, (VII) 296-97; cessation of, (XI) 117-18; (XII) 157; (XVI) 156; (XVII) 211; and change, (VIII) 16263; of change, (III) 117; (VII) 52; and changing values, (II) 92; of commitment, (XVII) 5; commonality of, (XII) 60; and communion with nature, (XVII) 281; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 75; and conditioning, (XII) 144; conditions for, (III) 72; and conflict, (XI) 354; (XII) 157; (XVI) 11; and conforming to society, (XI) 69-70; and conformity, (II) 4; (IX) 8-9; (XII) 28; (XV) 217-18; (XVI) 17; and confusion, (XI) 51-52; (XVI) 275; contact with, (XV) 161-62; and contempt, (VIII) 126; and continuation, (X) 208-9; of not continuing, (VII) 55-56; and continuity, (VIII) 186-87; (IX) 16-17; (XII) 259; and contradiction, (V) 321-22; as control method, (VIII) 61-62; as corrupter, (VII) 324; and corruption, (VIII) 66; and courage, (II) 16-17; creation of, (XII) 88; and the creation of authority, (XIII) 11; versus creativity, (V) 146; dealing with, (VII) 322-24; and death, (XIV) 31-32, 212-13, 255; of death, (l ) 68; (II) 13, 138-39; (V) 67; (VI) 164-65; (VII) 112, 187, 331-32; (VIII) 87-88, 24546; (IX) 52, 287-88; (X) 258-59; (XI) 50-51, 13538, 366-67, 391-92; (XII) 160-61, 258-59, 261, 318; (XIII) 185-86, 202-3, 256-58, 315, 319; (XV) 180-81; (XVI) 155-56, 243; (XVII) 112, 113, 114; of death as an end, (X) 60-61; defining, (XV) 30; and denial, (XIII) 85-86; and dependence, (VII) 220; (VIII) 128, 337; (IX) 234; (XII) 33; (XVI) 119; and the dependency of children, (XI) 4; and desire, (XII) 148; (XV) 105; and the desire for security, (XIV) 30-31; and the desire to change, (VII) 295-97; and the desire to be rid of, (XVI) 281; as destroyer of sensitivity, (VII) 70; and deterioration, (XIV) 29; and discipline, (V) 260; (VII) 105-6, 146-47; (VIII) 295; (X) 247; (XIII) 321; and disintegration, (VIII) 166-67; and the dissipation of energy, (XVII) 198; dissolving, (VIII) 19; and dogma, (XIII) 88; and duality, (VIII) 231; and the dull mind, (XIII) 144; (XV) 152; and the duration of time, (XIV) 24; dynamics of, (VI) 192-94; and education, (VIII) 12-13, 283; and education of the young, (VIII) 72-74; effects of, (XII) 248, 277-78; (XIII) 247; and emptiness, (VI) 75; of the empty mind, (IX) 23; ending, (XVI) 156; of ending, (V) 354-55; (XV) 177; and energy, (XII) 65; (XVII) 97; and enslavement to words, (XII) 18; and envy, (X) 28, 30; and escape, (VIII) 225, 237-38; (XII) 247; (XVI) 260; escapes from, (XVI) 112; of the examined life, (XVI) 6; examining, (IX) 168; (X) 37; (XVII) 225-27; facing, (VII) 315-16; (X) 93-94; facing the fact of, (XVI) 276; (XVII) 13; and facing facts, (XIV) 287; and facts, (XV) 124, 132; and faith, (VII) 205; and followers, (VIII) 293; forms of, (XIV) 248-49; freedom from, (III) 126, 127, 142; (V) 32; (VII) 256-57, 299-303; (VIII) 65, 199-200; (X) 213; (XI) 30, 31-32; (XII) 262; (XIII) 247-48, 340; (XIV) 169, 229-30; (XV) 117, 219; (XVI) 259; (XVII) 67, 68, 114, 209, 211; versus freedom from authority, (XIV) 20; and freedom from conclusions, (VIII) 277; and the free mind, (X) 109; (XII) 200; as frustration, (VII) 44; and fulfillment, (XIII) 302; as fundamental, (XV) 101; futility of avoidance, (VII) 323; futility of escape from, (VII) 76; (X) 52; of the future, (XIV) 248; and guilt, (V) 277; and habit-forming mechanism, (III) 133-34; as hindrance to change, (XI) 173; (XVI) 127; as hindrance to creative energy, (XII) 63; as hindrance to freedom, (VII) 75, 160, 162; as hindrance to inquiry, (XII) 52; (XV) 5-6; as hindrance to intelligence, (VII) 60-61, 63-64, 68, 105-6; as hindrance to love, (III) 196; (VIII) 66; as hindrance to the quiet mind, (XVII) 271; as hindrance to the serious mind, (XVI) 207; as hindrance to transformation, (XII) 277-78; as hindrance to truth, (XV) 217-19; as hindrance to understanding, (IV) 57; (XIV) 231; and human problems, (VII) 290-91; and ideals, (XI) 24; through ignorance, (III) 163; and illusion, (XII) 148; (XIII) 319; (XV) 140-41; and imitation, (XV) 92; and the inability to look, (XVII) 216; inborn and acquired, (III) 225; and insecurity, (l) 161-62; (VI) 189; and intelligence, (VIII) 60, 62; and the interference of thought, (XV) 144; and inventing the idea, (XVI) 259; and the inventions of Gods, (XVII) 109; inward and outward, (XV) 101; of isolation, (XII) 244; knowing the cause of, (XIII) 250; and knowledge, (VII) 102; (XI) 379; (XII) 322; of the known, (X) 255; (XII) 319; of the known and the unknown, (VIII) 308-9; lack of contact with the fact of, (XVI) 155; levels of, (VII) 315; of life and death, (IV) 51; through limitation, (III) 80-81; of living, (IX) 287; of living and dying, (XIV) 31-32; (XVII) 252; living and dying with, (XVI) 175, 176, 178; living without, (XIII) 57; of loneliness, (XII) 271, 314-15; (XIII) 269;

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See also Awareness; Authority; Conflict; Conformity; Continuity; Craving; Death; Dependency; Escape; Freedom; Ideal; Immortality; Innocency; Intelligence; Known; Reality; Reincarnation; Self; Sorrow; Unknown; Want; Will Fear, sorrow, will: as one, (XI) 283, 285 Fear, time, and death: relationship between, (XII) 21723 Feeling(s), (II) 74-75; and action, (XI) 96-97, 205, 264, 318; versus action, (X) 188; as an aspect of mind, (XII) 53-54; and attachment, (XI) 121-22; and caring, (XIV ) 289-90; and the center, (XII) 147; without condemnation, (VIII) 339; and conflict, (XII) 194; and the conscious and unconscious, (XI) 312; and consciousness, (IV) 186-87; defining, (XV) 6-7; and desire, (XII) 148, 149; without division, (XII) 178; versus gratification, (XI) 10; importance of, (XI) 120-21; versus intellect, (X) 185; (XI) 72, 217-18, 261; intensity of, (XIV) 94; versus knowing, (XI) 14546, 147; and knowing love, (VII) 89; and labeling, (V) 312-13; living with, (XII) 164; and the look of passion, (XI) 97; loss of, (XVII) 216; and the loss of beauty, (XIV) 137; meaning of, (XIII) 57-58; and mediocrity, (X) 189; versus the mind, (XI) 148; naming, (IV) 131-32; (XI) 188, 350-51; (XIII) 197-98; without naming, (XII) 44; and observation, (XII) 88; (XIII) 236-37; (XIV) 71; and oppression, (II) 27; and sensitivity, (XIV) 143; and separation from the word, (XI) 84-85; and the shallow mind, (XI) 379; and sorrow, (XIV) 34; and thought, (XV) 144; (XVI) 279; without thought, (X) 185; and the urge for power, (XII) 55; without verbalization, (X) 268; (XIII) 68; and word(s), (IX) 72; (X) 92; (XV) 151; without words, (XII) 197, 241; versus the word, (XI) 144; without word

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See also Collective; Individual Field of consciousness: See Consciousness Fixed point: defining, (VIII) 279-80; as hindrance to observation, (X) 53; as illusion, (VIII) 332; meaning of, (X) 25; as nonexistent, (XI) 118; versus reality, (X) 131 Flag: love of, (XVII) 203; and nationalism, (XVII) 263 Flattery: and the dull mind, (XI) 268 Flowering mind: versus the becoming mind, (VII) 242 Follow: desire to, (X) 99-100 Follower(s), (V) 134; (VIII) 293-95; (X) 174; (XIV) 170-73; and absence of initiative, (VII) 109; cessation of, (XI) 107; and confusion, (X) 77; and the creation of authority, (VIII) 173; (XI) 347-48; and creation of tyranny, (IV) 102-3; and the death of truth, (XII) 167-68; and the desire for authority, (X) 78; and the desire for saints, (XII) 82; desire to be, (XII) 27; as destroyers, (V) 218-19; (VI) 103-4, 207; as destructive, (VIII) 293-94; as destructive to the teacher, (XVII) 19; as exploiters, (V) 122-23; free from the demand for order, (XII) 191; and gullibility, (XVI) 281-82; as hindrance to truth, (X) 123-24; (XVII) 98; and leaders, (II) 26; (IV) 18788; (X) 8-9; limitation of, (III) 88; and the loss of freedom, (XI) 377; and love, (VI) 110; as loveless, (XI) 45; and the need for gurus, (XV) 329, 332; and need for immortality, (II) 54; versus no-sayers, (XVI) 181; as not earnest, (XI) 73; and the petty mind, (XVI) 232; and physical security, (XVII) 174; reasons for, (V) 47-48; (VIII) 171-73; and religion, (XIV) 166; as stupid, (X) 198; and teachers, (XV) 227; and the worship of authority, (VIII) 42-45. See also Authority; Conformity; Confusion; Disciple; Following; Gratification; Gurus; Leaders; Masters; Teachers Followers and leaders: and confusion, (XI) 358-60 Following: and the absence of love, (XI) 18-19; and the acquisitive society, (IX) 256; awareness of, (XI) 347-48; and the collective, (IX) 257; and confusion, (XVII) 165; and the danger of authority, (XVII) 118; as destructive, (VIII) 199-200; and discontent, (XII) 203; and disorder, (XVII) 173; as evil, (VIII) 208, 233; (XI) 295; as hindrance to the truth, (IX) 238-39; and the individual, (IX) 275-76; and knowledge, (IX) 244; and the loss of freedom, (XIII) 88; and the loss of individuality, (IX) 201; reasons for, (IX) 148-52; (XII) 143-44, 235; types of, (IX) 149; versus understanding, (XI) 167; as unrighteous, (X) 184. See also Authority; Followers Food: as a compulsion, (XV) 73; and energy, (XIII) 337; importance of, (VIII) 118-20 Food, clothing, shelter, (IX) 186; availability of, (IV) 84-85; as essential, (XII) 17; need for, (VII) 116; and outward security, (XVII) as part, (VII) 170; 243; as primary need, (VII) 143-44; and the redistribution of wealth, (VII) 202-3; supplying the demand of, (V) 262; and technology, (V) 153. See also Acquisition; Necessities; Needs; World problems Force: and creating a new society, (XVII) 61. See also Discipline; Effort Forgiveness, (VII) 223-24; as cruel, (XV) 232; falseness of, (XVI) 31 Formula(s): creation of, (XIV) 147; desire for, (XV) 288; as hindrance, (XVII) 126; as hindrance to the free mind, (XIV) 8; as hindrance to order, (XV) 326; imposed by others, (XIV ) 142; as retrogressive social factor, (V) 195-96, 197; search for, (XI) 73; understanding, (XIV) 147. See also Belief; Conditioning; Discipline; Habit; Idea(s); Ideology; Method; Patterns; System; Technique Fragmentary action: and authority, (XII) 204. See also Action; Divisions; Totality; Whole Fragmentary mind: and listening, (XVII) 120; and problems, (XIV) 181-82. See also Dull mind; Fragmentation; Mind; Total action; Whole Fragmentation, (XVI) 237-41, 288-97; and action, (XVI) 173-74; of action, (XI) 160, 164-65; approach to, (XV) 104; and attention, (XVII) 68; and change, (XVI) 201; and the conditioned answer, (XVII) 135; and conflict, (XIV) 125, 280, 284; and confusion, (XVI) 279-80; and contradiction, (XV) 310-11, 344-45; as the curse of life, (XVII) 44; and desire, (XV) 106; and fear, (XVI) 175; (XVII) 25, 277; of governments and organizations, (XII) 184-85; and guilt, (X) 243-44; as hindrance to understanding, (XVI) 4-5; as hindrance to understanding life, (XVI) 6; and identification, (XVII) 65; and inadequate response, (XVI) 210; of individual and society, (XI) 178; of life, (XIV ) 263, 264; (XV) 62-63, 101-4, 186-87; (XVII) 29; versus life as total, (XIII) 244; and living, (XVI) 294-95; and the misery of life, (XVI) 17; overcoming, (XI) 289; and pleasure, (XVI) 281, 287-88; of problems, (IX) 33; (X) 148-49; (XIV) 252-53; (XV) 149-50; and the problems of existence, (XVI) 160; and public life, (XVI) 225; and questioning, (XV) 257-58; reasons for, (XV) 284; and relationships, (XIII) 217-18; (XV) 154; as response, (XVI) 208; and seriousness, (XVI) 13132; and thought, (XVI) 294-95; and time, (XVI) 238, 240; versus the total, (XV) 286; versus totality, (XI) 106-7; (XVII) 274; versus the total life, (XV) 107; and viewing problems, (XVII) 26465, 268; and violence, (XVI) 288-89, 293, 295; and war, (XV) 295; as a way of life, (XVII) 243. 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France: See Authority; Conditioning; Nationalism; Society; War; World problems Frankness, (l) 34; and sincerity, (l) 35 Freedom, (l) 15-16; (II) 15; (IV) 49; (VI) 184; (XI) 253-58, 333-35, 379-83; (XII) 234-38; (XIII) 10512, 237-40, 288-92; (XIV) 82-88, 134-40, 296-302; (XV) 116-20, 123-24, 203-7; (XVI) 125-28; (XVII) 16-21, 223-27; and the ability to study, (VIII) 73-74; and the ability to think clearly, (XIII) 115; and the absence of fear, (XI) 176; (XV) 92; (XVII) 198; and the absence of problems, (XIV ) 181; (XV) 194-96; and the absence of reaction, (XVII) 134; and accumulation, (VI) 341; from accumulation, (X) 21; achievement of, (l) 7, 111; (VIII) 127; (IX) 170; (X) 3, 15; (XI) 46-47, 171, 307; (XIII) 227; (XIV) 86-87; (XVI) 47; achieving inward and outward, (XVI) 3; achieving through peace, (XI) 141; from acquisitiveness, (VIII) 2930; and action, (VIII) 47; (XV) 211, 214; (XVII) 204; of action, (XI) 318; from the aggressive animal, (XVII) 43; and aloneness, (XVI) 118; through aloneness, (IX) 48; from ambition, (X) 56; (XIII) 168; of anonymity, (XI) 372-73; and attachment, (XIII) 269; from attachment, (XI) 122; from authority, (VII) 190; (IX) 146-47, 209-10, 244-45; (X) 78, 99, 109-10, 138; (XII) 234-38, 296; (XIII) 9-10, 11; (XIV) 172; (XV) 173, 312; (XVII) 175; versus authority, (XI) 65-66, 380; and awareness, (III) 211; through awareness of fear, (VII) 75-76; and awareness of thought, (XI) 2; from background, (X) 12; as a beginning, (X) 18; at the beginning, (IX) 152, 155, 223, 237, 239-40, 244, 247, 255; (XI) 45; (XIII) 97, 115; (XV) 275; (XVI) 59; at the beginning and the end, (XVII) 218; and behavior, (XVII) 201; from being something, (IX) 276; from belief, (V) 254; (VI) 152, 255-56; (VII) 131-32; (XV) 318; (XVI) 260; (XVII) 41; from the believer and nonbeliever, (XVI) 137; versus bondage, (X) 36-37; and the brain and mind, (XII) 230; of the brain and mind, (XVII) 148; and capacity, (IX) 48-49; of the child from society, (XI) 8-9; and choice, (VIII) 204, 206; (XVII) 270; from the collective, (IX) 127-28, 143-44; versus the collective, (VII) 285; and collective action, (VII) 229-30; commitment to, (XVII) 217; and comparison, (VII) 109; from comparison, (XVII) 183-84; without compulsion, (VIII) 147-48; from conclusions, (X) 24, 121-24; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 73-75; and conditioning, (XII) 6; from conditioning, (IV) 9798; (VI) 109-10, 191; (VIII) 142-43, 215, 217-19, 265, 292; (IX) 78-79, 137-38, 144-45, 211-12, 28283; (X) 90, 101-2, 108-9, 145-46, 157-59, 164-67, 198; (XI) 34, 51, 53; (XII) 282; (XVI) 137-38; (XVII) 5, 217-18, 270; versus conditioning, (VII) 141-42, 168-69; from conditioning and fear, (XVII) 51; conditions for, (IV) 44; (XV) 56; and conduct, (XVII) 204; and conflict, (XVI) 91-92, 130-31; from conflict, (II) 50; (V) 370; (VII) 136; (XII) 154, 239; (XIV) 9, 10, 11-12, 290; from conformity, (XII) 28-29; (XV) 214-15, 219; and confusion, (XVI) 275-76, 277; and consciousness, (II) 18; through consciousness, (III) 11-12; from continuity, (V) 319; (VIII) 151; from contradiction, (XI) 30, 31-32; (XV) 178-81; from the corrupt society, (XIV) 166; and the craving for experience, (X) 16; and the creative, (VIII) 45; and the creative mind, (VIII) 179; and creativeness, (VIII) 299-300; and the cultivation of virtue, (IX) 90; defining, (IV) 193; (VIII) 129; (XIII) 289; (XIV) 83, 140; (XV) 172-73, 282; (XVI) 126; demand for, (XIV) 173; and denial, (XIII) 6, 91; from desire, (XIV) 224; desire for, (VIII) 238, 306; versus desire for improvement, (VII) 161; desire for partial, (XVI) 84-85; from the desire for power, (V) 62; from despair, (XVII) 156-57; as different from revolt, (XVI) 161; (XVII) 168; difficulty of achieving, (X) 164-65; disappearance of, (XIII) 63; as discovery of the new, (XVI) 13; and dis cipline, (XIV) 4, 5; (XVII) 172; versus discipline, (VIII) 89-91; without discipline, (V) 109, 258-60; versus the disciplined mind, (XI) 355; and discovery, (XI) 129; and the discovery of truth, (VII) 257-59; (XIV) 82-83, 85; from disorder, (XVII) 223; fro m dreams, (X) 55, 151-52; and the dull mind, (XIV) 85; and education, (IV) 196; (VII) 320; (VIII) 28283; and effort, (VII) 299; and emptiness and space, (XV) 278; and the empty mind, (XVII) 5; and the ending of sorrow, (XV) 226; and the ending of time, (XVI) 191; and energy, (XIV) 295; (XVII) 161; of the entity, (XVI) 248; from envy, (IX) 252; (X) 91-92, 207-8, 264-65; as essential for mutation, (XIV) 169, 173; examination of, (XVII) 35, 51-52, 128-29; and examination of love, (XVII) 233; from exploitation, (X) 169; to explore, (XIII) 113; (XV) 55; and facing mistakes, (VII) 268; versus faith, (XIII) 8; from fear, (l) 179-80; (III) 124; (VI) 194; (VII) 290-91, 315-16; (VIII) 336, 338; (XI) 34649; (XII) 46, 61, 218-19, 259, 262, 303-4; (XIV) 61, 64-65, 89, 92, 116-17, 193, 196, 229-30, 248, 291; (XV) 30-31, 78, 140-41, 218, 300; (XVI) 175, 176, 210, 288; fear of, (X) 97; from fear of death, (IX) 158; (X) 209-10; (XIII) 171, 133-34, 247-48, 250, 319; (XVII) 67, 71, 72, 114, 161; and fear of disorder, (XV) 157-59; from fear and hate, (VIII) 40; and fear through education, (VII) 61-63, 64; and the feeling of awareness, (VIII) 47-48; and finding God, (V) 346-47; to find the true, (XV) 88; and followers, (VIII) 172; from the formula of words, (XIV) 7-8; from fragmentation, (XI) 107-8; futility of search for, (XII) 200; and God, (XI) 104; of the heart and mind, (XVI) 250; from hindrances, (l) 135-36; and the hindrance of accumulation of knowledge, (XIV) 170-71; and the hindrance of concentration, (XV) 321; and the hindrance of conditioning, (XVI) 84; and the hindrance of fear, (XIII) 247; and the hindrance of means, (XI) 260; and the hindrance of the past, (XVI) 189; and the hindrance of society, (XV) 14; hindrances to, (XI) 67; (XIII) 4-5; and humility, (XIV) 246; from the

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from the known, (VIII) 205-6, 346-47; (IX) 159, 217-18, 232, 261, 288; (X) 160; (XI) 189, 200-201; (XII) 319; (XIII) 153, 155, 203, 258-59; (XIV) 152, 213; (XVI) 82, 244; lack of, (XIV) 162; and learning, (XIII) 247; (XV) 52; (XVI) 20; lessening of, (XIII) 1, 4; and life without contradiction, (XVI) 225; and living without tomorrow, (XVII) 143-44; and looking at fear, (XVII) 211; and looking at need, (XII) 246; and looking at the old mind, (XVI) 198; loss of, (XI) 361; (XII) 281, 284; (XIII) 116; loss of, through authority, (VII) 52; and love, (XV) 74; from masks, (XVI) 227; and the mature mind, (XIII) 145; and maturity, (XVI) 251; from ‘me’, (V) 317; (VIII) 10; meaning of, (V) 14; (VII) 237; (IX) 249; (X) 22, 29; (XII) 284, 287; (XIV) 88; (XV) 342; (XVII) 167-68, 224; from mechanical knowledge, (XI) 338; and meditation, (VIII) 193-94; (XVI) 148; and meeting problems, (XVII) 97; from method, (X) 213; and mind, (V) 32; (VII) 32, 293-4; (XVI) 16; (XVII) 157; of mind, (IV) 154; (VIII) 29-30, 228-31; (IX) 33-36, 222; (X) 220; (XI) 83, 272; (XII) 144; as minimal, (XI) 332; misuse of, (XVII) 138; and moral character, (X) 195-96; narrowing of, (XI) 224, 290, 301-2, 304, 306, 376-77; from nationalities and sects, (IV) 94; and the nature of time, (XV) 117; as necessary, (XI) 333; (XV) 14; as necessary to education, (VII) 320; as necessity, (XIV) 176; and the need for energy, (XVII) 139; need for inner, (XVI) 15; versus the need to seek, (X) 6; and the negation of thought, (VII) 236-37; and new culture, (V) 109-10; and the new world, (VII) 230; now, (IX) 257; without the object, (XV) 35-36; and observation, (XIV) 18, 20; (XVI) 97; to observe, (XVII) 211; from the observer, (XVI) 251; without the observer, (XVII) 38, 42; and the occupied mind, (VII) 232-33; from the old, (IV) 173; from the old mind, (XIV) 14-15, 20; from opinion, (XV) 270; and order, (XV) 116-17, 209; (XVII) 167; and organizations, (l) 185-86; and the original, (XV) 219; from the past, (V) 83, 191; (VII) 202, 224-25; (VIII) 249, 322-23; (IX) 266-67; (X) 222-23, 23638; (XI) 208; (XIII) 10, 247; (XIV) 228; (XV) 153; (XVI) 200; and peace, (XVI) 3-4; from pettiness, (XI) 96, 99; from the petty mind, (X) 157; (XII) ; from pleasure and pain, (XVI) 92; from power, (XII) 28; and the presence of beauty, (XVII) 85; and the presence of peace, (XVI) 111; problem of, (XVII) 223; from problems, (XII) 12; (XIV) 174, 175-76, 304; (XV) 152; and process of the mind, (VIII) 152; and the process of thinking, (X) 19; and progress, (XII) 169; (XIV) 83; from propaganda, (VI) 2; psychological, (XVII) 9; from psychological dependence, (VII) 274; from psychological fear, (XVI) 110; from psychological past, (XIII) 179-80; and psychological space, (XVI) 189-90, 192; from the psychological structure of society, (XIII) 119; (XIV) 64, 206; from psychological time, (XVII) 27; and the purpose of life, (V) 21; as a quality of mind, (XI) 46; to question, (XVI) 65; questions about, (XI) 216; as a reaction, (XI) 58; (XVII) 275; and reality, (VI) 351; recognizing, (III) 79-80; and the rejection of experience, (XV) 276-77; and relationships, (XVI) 46-47; from religion, (XI) 146; through the religious, (IX) 51; as the religious revolution, (X) 126; versus resistance, (VIII) 219; and right meditation, (IV) 47; and saying ‘no’ to fear, (XVI) 60; and search, (IX) 182-85; search for, (XI) 43; (XIV ) 16-17; from security, (II) 34, 180; versus security, (X) 7-8; (XI) 66; and seeing immediately, (XVII) 141-42; from self, (III) 18283; (VI) 268-69; through the self, (X) 78; and selfcentered activity, (IX) 176; from self-contradiction, (XI) 263-64; as self-fulfilling, (VII) 152; through self-knowing, (XIV) 167; and self-knowledge, (VI) 58-59; (IX) 273; from self-pity, (XIV) 211; through self-understanding, (VIII) 251-52; sense of, (XV) 5; and the sense of humility, (XI) 302-3; and sensitivity, (VII) 71; (XV) 278; and seriousness, (XVI) 79-80, 84; and the sexual act, (V) 98; and silence, (XV) 238, 239; (XVII) 36; and silent awareness, (X) 30; and silent perception, (III) 68; and simplicity, (V) 245; from social conditioning, (X) 32; and social dependence, (VII) 80; and society, (XIII) 4-5; (XV) 55, 196, 281-82; from society, (VIII) 322; (IX) 57, 129, 194; (X) 12; from sorrow, (IX) 97-98; (XI) 77-78; (XIII) 82-84, 140, 173, 308-9, 311; (XV) 225; and space, (XIII) 324; (XVI) 248-49; (XVII) 88-89, 208; and space without the center, (XV) 126; (XVI) 70-71; and standing alone, (XIV) 164; state of, (IX) 24950; (X) 20; (XVII) 278; as a state of mind, (IX) 237, 239; (XI) 187; and the steady mind, (IX) 104; and the still mind, (VI) 77-78; from the structure of society, (XV) 283; from suffering, (X) 56, 58; (XII) 94-95, 176; from superficiality, (XIV) 216; versus thinking, (X) 214; from time, (X) 250-51;

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(XI) 78, 169-71; (XII) 221; (XIV) 63, 306, 309; (XVI) 22, 63, 190; and time and space, (XVI) 47; and totality of mind, (XI) 120; (XVI) 300; through total understanding, (XIV ) 72; from tradition, (XIII) 68, 73; and truth, (VI) 217; (VIII) 315; (XIV) 145; (XVII) 126; through truth, (IV) 71; types of, (XI) 129; (XIV) 134; through uncertainty, (VIII) 199; and the unconditioned mind, (VII) 45; and the unconscious, (XIV) 19-20; from the unconscious, (XIII) 167; understanding, (VIII) 9091, 182-83; (IX) 143-44; (XI) 46-47, 66-67, 21418; (XIV) 164; (XV) 117; through understanding, (III) 169; (XIII) 326; and understanding authority, (XIII) 122; and understanding conditioning, (VIII) 270; and understanding life, (XV) 6; and understanding living, (XVI) 188; and understanding the mind, (XV) 304; and understanding relationships, (XV) 56; through understanding relationship, (VII) 111; and understanding space, (XV) 262; and understanding thinking, (XVI) 89-90; and understanding unhappiness, (VII) 116; from violence, (IX) 118; (X) 80-81, 84; (XIV) 294; (XVI) 203-4; (XVII) 209, 258; and virtue, (IV) 79-80; (V) 31; (VI) 1023; (XV) 172-73; and will, (XI) 44, 47; within ourselves, (X) 116; from the word, (XI) 84-85; (XII) 88-89, 293; (XIII) 35-36, 103-4, 215-16; (XV) 30; (XVI) 59; (XVII) 71; of word and feeling, (XI) 118; and world society, (XI) 214; from yesterday, (XI) 152. See also Belief; Choice; Conflict; Conformity; Discernment; Experience; Liberation; Limitations; Meditation; Possessiveness; Suffering; Truth; Understanding Freedom from conditioning: process of, (X) 215 Freedom from fear: and the still mind, (X) 213 Freedom of thought: achieving, (IX) 11; as nonsense, (IX) 126 Freedom, order, and space: as interrelated, (XV) 206. See also Freedom Free enterprise: and society, (XV) 281 Free man: as a fallacious concept, (XVII) 270; and the search for help, (XIV) 163-64. See also Freedom Free mind, (VI) 349; (VIII) 263-65; and the ability to seek, (XIV) 57; and the absence of conflict, (XIII) 277; achieving, (IX) 7-8, 14, 230; (X) 3-4, 18, 47, 114, 165-67, 219, 251; and achieving beauty and peace, (XVI) 234; and aloneness, (XII) 157; approach to, (IX) 1-5; and authority, (VIII) 307; versus authority, (IX) 146-47; (XIII) 72; and the cessation of the word, (XIII) 296; and challenge, (XVI) 210; and the conditioned mind, (IX) 163-65; (XIII) 281; and conditioning, (VI) 211-13; (IX) 80; (XIII) 91; versus conditioning, (XI) 156; and conflict, (XII) 242; (XIV) 13; and the conscious and the unconscious, (XVII) 24; and contradiction, (IX) 5-6; and creativeness, (XI) 104; defining, (X) 3; (XIV) 135; and discipline, (X) 131-32; (XIII) 269, 270; (XIV) 92; and discovering the true, (X) 165; (XII) 232; and discovery, (XIV ) 8; and the discovery of God, (IX) 4, 228; (X) 70; and the discovery of impermanency, (XVII) 114; and the discovery of the new, (X) 38; and the discovery of truth, (VIII) 250-51; and dogma, (XI) 376; versus dogma, (VIII) 254; and “doing good”, (X) 25; versus the dull mind, (XV) 13; and effort, (X) 14344; and the end of sorrow, (IX) 80; and energy, (XVI) 115; and the eternal, (XIV) 223; and facing the fact, (XV) 25; and the fact, (XIII) 36; and fear, (XII) 142; versus the fear of death, (VIII) 277-78; as fearless, (XII) 247; and finding the true, (XV) 152; versus freedom of thought, (IX) 202; and the futility of search, (IX) 87; and the hindrance of tradition, (IX) 234; and the hindrance of words, (XIV) 7-8; and humility, (XIII) 111; and the individual, (XI) 59; (XIII) 160; and individuality, (X) 177-80; and as the individual mind, (XIV) 245; and inquiry, (IX) 257; (XI) 270; (XIV) 267; (XV) 4-5; and inquiry about reality, (IX) 135, 137; and inquiry into thought, (X) 229; and knowledge of love and death, (XV) 244; and the known and unknown, (XIII) 338; and learning, (IX) 197, 239; (XIV) 241; and liberation from authority, (XIII) 58-59; and listening, (XV) 297; and love, (IX) 260; and love of children, (IX) 272; and meditation, (IX) 186, 192, 280; (XI) 247; (XII) 204-5, 263-65; (XIII) 45, 95, 97; and morality, (XV) 15; versus myth, (VIII) 272-73; as necessary, (XIII) 5; versus the need for permanence, (X) 43; and negative thinking, (XI) 93; and the new world, (VII) 230; and observation, (XI) 352; as path to God, (X) 172; and the problem of sex, (XV) 73; and the question of death, (IX) 17; and questioning, (XIII) 2-3, 5; (XVI) 162; and receiving the true, (IX) 10; and religion, (IX) 78-79; and the religious mind, (XII) 325; as the religious mind, (XIII) 262; and the resolution of problems, (VII) 324; and the search for God, (X) 32; and seeing, (XII) 191; (XIV) 132; and self-knowledge, (IX) 3, 111; as the silent mind, (XVI) 236; as social danger, (X) 164; and the state of negation, (XIII) 142; and stillness, (X) 272; without stimulation, (XI) 381; and time, (XI) 76; and total inaction, (XVI) 212; and total revolution, (VIII) 270; and transformation, (X) 225; and the true and false, (XV) 6; and truth, (X) 107-9; (XI) 21, 181; understanding, (VI) 353-54; and understanding death, (VIII) 257; and working together, (XI) 308, 311; and world problems, (VII) 317-18; (XIII) 329. See also Dull mind; Empty mind; Freedom; Mind; Mutation; Petty mind; Quiet mind; Silent mind Free will: and the human organism, (XVII) 269-70. See also Freedom; Will French Revolution: and change, (XV) 52-53; as fragmentary, (XIV) 274; and ideology, (XVII) 160. See also Revolt; Revolution Fresh: See Fresh mind; New Fresh mind: and the absence of problems, (XVI) 242; achieving, (XV) 289-93; (XVI) 301; (XVII) 83; achieving change, (IX) 28-29; and the approach to duality, (VIII) 194; and the approach to problems,

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(VIII) 284-85; and communion, (XIV) 226; and the dull mind, (XIV) 85; and dying to the known, (XIV) 213; and facing the fact, (XV) 65; and fear of death, (VIII) 309; and inquiry, (XV) 3; versus knowledge, (IX) 39; and learning, (XIV ) 171, 239; and loneliness, (VIII) 314; looking with, (XVI) 201; and love, (XV) 80; and mutation, (XII) 287; and the new, (VIII) 345; and observation, (XIV) 58-59; and pleasure, (XV) 70; and problems, (X) 170-72; and seeing, (XIV) 86; and self-discovery, (V) 336; and understanding authority, (XIV) 87; and understanding fear, (XVII) 24; and understanding problems, (XIV) 247; and world problems, (XIV) 59. See also Change; Free mind; Mind; New; New mind; Quiet mind; Renewal; Revolution; Sensitive mind Freud: and conditioning, (XVI) 90; versus direct watching, (XV) 11; and the search for answers, (XV) 106; and the unconscious, (XV) 218 Freudians: and new approaches, (XII) 155 Friction: absence of, (XVII) 147; and divisions, (XVII) 146; and energy, (XV) 8; and fear, (XVII) 164; freedom from, (XVII) 145; between ideology and action, (XVII) 140; and the mind, (XIV) 69, 70; understanding the nature of, (XVII) 148; and the wasting of energy, (XVII) 161. See also Conflict; Contradiction; Effort Friend: and crisis, (V) 193 Friendliness: as motiveless, (X) 271 Friendship, (III) 123; and justice, (X) 187-88 Frontier: search for, (XIV) 296-97. See also Space Frustration, (VIII) 194-98; and the absence of tranquillity, (XI) 335; and awareness of conflict, (V) 161; and conflict, (XIII) 78; and desire, (VIII) 304-5; (XVI) 36; and dissatisfaction, (IX) 45, 48; (X) 181-83; and escape, (V) 345-46; and fulfillment, (IX) 46-48; (XI) 275-76; (XIII) 234; versus fulfillment, (IX) 68-69; and the ‘I’, (VII) 256; inward and outward, (XVII) 131; and the need to search, (IX) 19; and pleasure, (XV) 164; and the process of existence, (VII) 150; and pursuit of knowledge, (IX) 262; and the search for permanence, (IX) 20; and the search for security, (IX) 19, 21; and self-fulfillment, (XIII) 302; and sorrow, (XI) 220; understanding, (IV) 86. See also Ambition; Conflict; Confusion; Contradiction; Dissatisfaction; Distraction; Duality; Effort; Friction; Fulfillment Fulfillment, (III) 32; (VII) 234-37; (XIII) 124, 127, 130; achieving, (II) 36; (III) 23-24; and action through awareness, (l) 193; and ambition, (VII) 234-35; and becoming, (VIII) 158-59; through children, (IX) 65; and choice, (XI) 221; through comprehension, (III) 46; and conflict, (XII) 239, 241; and conformity, (II) 176-78; and confusion, (XI) 51-52; consciousness of, (VI) 310-11; and continuity, (V) 67-68; and contradiction, (XV) 180; and desire, (XII) 150, 151, 153; (XV) 17, 21, 22, 166-67; desire for, (XIII) 234; and effort, (V) 116; and expression, (VI) 232; and fear, (VII) 270; (XII) 135; (XIII) 247; (XV) 28-29, 159; and frustration, (IX) 19, 21; (X) 194; and harmony of action, (III) 3; hindrances to, (II) 208, 211; and individual well-being, (II) 201; and individuality, (II) 186-88; and intelligent action, (II) 221; loss of, (II) 212; (III) 45; for man and woman, (IV) 14546; and the ‘me’, (VII) 329-30; and the mind, (X) 37, 185; and the observer and the observed, (XVI) 248, 249; and pleasure and pain, (XVI) 218; and power, (XI) 275-76; and problems, (XV) 149; as respectable, (IX) 86; and richness of life, (III) 6970; search for, (IX) 46-47, 69; (XI) 235; (XIII) 302; and seeds of destruction, (VII) 309; and selfexpansion, (IV) 59; and sorrow, (XI) 220; (XII) 98; timelessness, (II) 36; and understanding, (II) 217; (VIII) 245. See also Action; Ambition; Becoming; Belonging; Experience; Greed; Happiness; Listening; Power; Reality; Satisfaction; Self-centered activity; Self-fulfillment; Truth Full consciousness: defining, (III) 90 Function: and contradiction, (XIII) 126; and education, (XII) 17; and experience, (XI) 209; of knowledge, (XII) 35-37; and meditation, (XI) 196; and specialization, (XII) 270-71; and status, (XI) 3; (XII) 34-36, 310; (XIV) 247; as status, (VII) 128 Function and status, (XVII) 122; and the competitive society, (XV) 14; and conflict, (XVII) 128; and obedience, (XV) 44 Fundamental revolution: and education, (XI) 9; and inner crisis, (XI) 239; need for, (IX) 193-94; through self-knowledge, (IX) 110-11, 113; as total change, (XI) 335; and true religion, (X) 186; and world problems, (IX) 225-26. See also Change; Radical transformation; Religion; Religious revolution; Revolution; Total revolution; Transformation Fundamental transformation: and listening, (XII) 144. See also Change; Mutation; Revolution Future, (V) 189; attempt to control, (XIII) 72; and change, (XVII) 102; and consciousness, (VI) 1089; defining, (XIII) 316; and disorder, (XV) 120; as escape from present, (III) 171; and fear, (XIII) 102; (XIV) 196, 292; and fear of pain, (XII) 92; freedom from, (XI) 226; as hindrance to transformation, (V) 221; and the influence of past and present, (XIII) 316-17, 319; and living in the past, (XIII) 159-60; as the modified past, (XVI) 280; and pleasure, (XVI) 284; psychological planning, (XIII) 186-87; and the sense of despair, (XIII) 218; and sorrow, (XIII) 308; and thought, (XIII) 136; (XVI) 166; and time, (XIV) 253-54; (XV) 75-76; unimportance of, (VI) 40-42; as unknown, (IX) 260. See also Memory; New; Past; Time Future life: and fear of losing the known, (XVI) 63; and need for comfort, (IX) 235-36. See also Afterlife; Death; Fear; Hereafter; Reincarnation ; Religion

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See also Authority; Leaders; Reincarnation; Violence Gender: and the education of children, (XI) 6; and superiority, (II) 168 General: versus the particular, (XIII) 14 Generate: defining, (VII) 98 Generations: and world transformation, (XI) 305 Generosity, (XIII) 150-51; and accumulation, (IV) 198-99; and conflict, (V) 350; and friendliness, (X) 271; of the hand and of the heart, (V) 323; as an ideal, (XVI) 118 Genes: and conditioning, (XVI) 111 Germans: See Conditioning; Divisions; Ideology; Nationalism; Society; War Germany: See Authority; Commitment; Conditioning; Environment; Government; Influences; Nationalism; Society; War; World problems Gita: as hindrance to thinking, (XIV) 75. See also Authority; Background; Belief; Books; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; Knowledge; Propaganda; Religion; Religious mind; Visions; Words Goals: achieving, (II) 104-5; and effort, (VI) 355-57; as hindrance, (IV) 79; and life as continual becoming, (II) 229; understanding, (IV) 55. See also Ambition; Success God, (l) 105, 140; (II) 4, 27-28, 33-34, 38, 191, 223; and the agitated mind, (VII) 94-95; ancient search for, (XI) 290; approach to, (X) 41-42; approach to, as pathless, (V) 271-72; and authority, (XIII) 4142; and awareness, (VI) 220; and belief, (V) 93-94, 346-47; (VII) 225-26; (VIII) 27-28; (X) 66-67, 102; (XIII) 304; belief in, (II) 33-34, 162, 215; (V) 281, 282; (VI) 71, 110-12, 140-41; (XI) 105; (XII) 84; (XIV) 278, 279; (XVII) 95, 272-73; belief in, false pursuit of, (IV) 174-75; belief and nonbelief, (III) 177-78, 223-24; and the better life, (V) 93; and choice, (VIII) 109; and the collective mind, (XIII) 62; and collectivism, (IX) 13; concept of, (III) 179; conception of, (l) 6; (II) 34; (VI) 219-21; as conditioned image, (VI) 224; and the conditioned mind, (III) 104; (IX) 3-4; (XI) 28; and conditioning, (X) 125; (XI) 169; (XII) 323; (XIII) 287; (XVI) 156, 157; and the conditioning of belief, (XVII) 109-10; and conflict, (XII) 14; and the conscious mind, (XVI) 57; creation of, (XI) 116, 381; (XVI) 301; and the creation of illusion, (VII) 270; creation of a permanent, (XI) 192; as the creative state, (XII) 145; and death, (XI) 15253; and denial and reaction, (XIII) 56; and desire, (VII) 41; (XIV) 96; and the desire for permanence, (-y), (VIII) 117; (IX) 248; (XII) 105; desire to experience, (VI) 189-90; and the desire to know, (VII) 240-41; (XIV) 278, 279; destruction of the word, (XIII) 35; and discipline, (V) 256, 258-59; (XIII) 82; discovering, (VIII) 328; (IX) 15, 228; discovering through the free mind, (VII) 258; and discovery, (XII) 280; as divisive factor, (II) 34; and dying to words, (XI) 138; and effort, (XIV) 289; and emptiness, (II) 34; and the ending of yesterday, (VIII) 190; and energy, (XII) 65; as escape, (II) 48; (VIII) 134-36; (XIII) 103; as escape from life, (X) 159-60; existence of, (II) 142; (XIII) 29-30; and experience, (VII) 44-45; (X) 16; and experiencing, (VII) 319; (VIII) 20, 55-56; and the fact and the ideal, (XV) 65; and faith, (VII) 205; and false reality, (II) 47-48; and fear, (XII) 238; (XIII) 102; and the fear of death, (VIII) 87; as fiction, (XIV ) 15; finding, (XIV) 36, 44; (XV) 320; as fixed, (IX) 142; and the fixed point, (X) 127; and followers, (VIII) 294-95; and freedom from conflict, (XII) 130; and freedom from desire, (XI) 96; and freedom from envy, (X) 141-42; and freedom from tradition, (XV) 84; freedom to discover, (X) 3; and free inquiry, (VII) 71-72; and free mind, (II) 135; (VIII) 7, 254; (IX) 78-79; futility of petition, (VII) 94-95; futility of search for, (IV) 113-14, 184; (VIII) 215; (X) 272; (XI) 171; (XV) 169; and gratification, (VI) 71; (VIII) 328; (XII) 266; and the hindrance of belief, (VIII) 319-20; and the hindrance of belonging, (XII) 127; and the hindrance of illusion, (XII) 263; historic search for, (XVI) 113; and hypocrisy, (IV) 16; as an idea, (XV) 308; as an idea of environment, (XV) 88; and ideas, (XV) 89; identification with, (XVI) 115; identifying, (II) 214; and illusion, (IV) 21011; (X) 125; (XIV) 68; and image, (VIII) 115-16; as image of the human mind, (XV) 240; and inner wealth, (V) 62; and the innocent mind, (VIII) 314; (XII) 40, 103; inquiry into, (XVII) 52; and the intellect, (VII) 253; and intellectual speculation, (II) 225; intellectual theories about, (XVI) 113; and intelligence, (II) 48; invention of, (XIII) 324; (XVI) 100; as the invention of man, (XV) 88; as an investment, (IV) 116; knowing, (VII) 114; (VIII) 312; and knowledge, (V) 232; as the known, (XVII) 236; and loneliness, (XIV ) 220; and love, (XV) 229; and love of family, (V) 17; love of, versus fear of, (VIII) 140; as man-made, (XIV) 126; as masculine, (II) 47-48; and the ‘me’, (V) 268; meaningless search for, (IX) 85; (XVI) 19; meaning of, (II) 48; (IX) 7; and meditation, (XIII) 95, 320; and memory, (V) 9; as the mind, (VII) 277, 312; and modern doubt, (XVI) 122; as moment to moment, (VIII) 250; as mover, (III) 34; necessity for, (IV) 24; and negative action, (l) 171; and the new, (VII) 264, 301; (XIV) 230; and the new mind, (XII) 119; as not of the mind, (VII) 286-87; (VIII) 40; and nothingness, (V) 301; as not original, (XIV) 117; and the original, (XV) 219; as the perfect security, (XIV) 129; and permanence, (X) 10; (XII) 162; as permanent, (IX) 228; as permanent entity, (XIII) 181; as permanent psychological security, (V) 160; and the petty

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mind, (IX) 104-5; and pleasure, (XV) 335; (XVII) 181; and prayer, (IV) 90; (V) 164-65; (VI) 15, 31; (IX) 18; and prejudice, (VII) 73; as a process of the mind, (VII) 9; and the process of revolution, (VII) 8; and propaganda, (XII) 256; proving existence of, (VI) 64-65; and the quality of aliveness, (XIII) 46; reaction to the word, (XVII) 195; and reality, (XIV) 115; and recognition, (IX) 180; and religion, (V) 264; (VI) 203-4; and religious division, (VII) 130; and the religious man, (XV) 90; and revelation, (XII) 247; and reward and punishment, (XV) 330; and the right individual, (XI) 59; and right meditation, (IV) 75; and salvation, (l) 132; search for, (l) 146-47; (II) 4, 84; (IV) 26, 210-11; (V) 4-5, 36, 159, 337; (VII) 85-86, 235-36; (VIII) 82, 174, 181, 290, 292, 308, 325; (XI) 86, 129-31; (XIII) 112, 270; (XIV) 116-17, 141-43; (XV) 41, 54, 88-90; (XVI) 82, 83, 111, 147; (XVII) 6, 41, 151; and the search for an otherness, (XVII) 169; and the search for permanency, (XIII) 263; and search for the unknown, (V) 243-45; and security, (XIV) 130; as security, (VII) 79; (XII) 235; and seeing the whole, (XI) 107; seeking, (XII) 142; (XIV) 57; and seeking, (XVII) 86; as self-creation, (VIII) 273; and self-discovery, (II) 142; and selfknowledge, (XI) 19; as self-realization, (VIII) 20; and self-worship, (XVII) 250; and social morality, (XIII) 205; and society, (XIII) 11-12; about speculation, (IX) 113-14; as a state of constant renewal, (X) 37; and the state of innocency, (XIII) 207-8; as static, (X) 201; and status quo, (II) 213; and the still mind, (VIII) 11; and strengthening the self, (VI) 275-76; and suffering, (XIV) 211; and superstition, (XVII) 217; surrendering to, (XIII) 29; and time, (XII) 99; (XIV) 209; and total stillness, (XIII) 182; as the ultimate pleasure, (XVI) 282; understanding, (II) 81; as unknowable, (XII) 179; and the unknown, (X) 18; as the unknown, (IX) 254-55; voice of, (XIII) 209; will of, (XIII) 199; and the word, (XII) 85; as a word, (IV) 191; and the word as meaningless, (XV) 322. See also Authority; Belief; Continuity; Escape; Faith; Gratification; Illusion; Immeasurable; Love; Mind; Master; Real; Reality; Re ligion; Timeless; Truth; Understanding; Unknown Godless: and God-fearing, (X) 66 Gods: as man’s inventions, (XIV) 259; as security, (XIV) 81. See also God Good: versus bad, (VIII) 309-11; being versus trying to be, (IX) 90, 92 Good and evil, (III) 212-13, 228-30; (VI) 167-68 Good government: defining, (V) 65-66 Good life, (X) 62; defining, (VI) 225 Good men: defining, (IV) 115 Good mind, (IX) 262-64; cultivation of, (XI) 2; versus ambition, (XII) 54. See also New mind Goodness, (XI) 322-23, 325; (XIII) 150-51, 152; achieving, (IX) 92-93; versus becoming good, (XIV) 89; conditions for, (XV) 203; versus conformity, (X) 176; (XII) 143, 144; development of, (X) 195-96; and the flowering mind, (XI) 32223; and motive, (IX) 228-29; and peace, (XV) 29596; and space, (XV) 205; state of, (XV) 204; as a state of love, (VIII) 318; as unconscious, (XI) 297. See also Humility; Virtue Goodness, truth, and beauty: as one, (X) 269 Goodwill: desire for, (IX) 247; versus the means, (IV) 85; and search for the real, (V) 114-15; as solution to problems, (V) 31-32. See also Love Good world: definitions of, (VIII) 64-65 Gossip, (V) 287-89; motives for, (VI) 295-96; and restlessness, (XIII) 23; and world events, (V) 288 Government(s): as absolute, (l) 150; action by, (X) 173-74; and capture of the mind, (XI) 103; and conditioning, (X) 163-64; and conformity, (X) 201; control of education, (V) 173-74, 201; and the dull mind, (V) 85; and freedom, (XI) 304; function of, (IX) 230; (XI) 49; and growing power, (V) 111; as the individual, (IV) 192; as instruments of violence, (IV); and the lack of planning, (XVII) 264; and mind control, (XI) 168; need for, (XVII) 125; need for one world, (XVII) 258, 263; obedience to, (XIII) 9, 11; and the obliteration of the individual, (XI) 144; as powerful, (X) 188; and problems, (XIV) 162; and the relationship to the human being, (XV) 333-34; and thought control, (XIV) 297; tyranny of, (X) 77; and war, (IX) 230; (XV) 327-28; and world problems, (XI) 334. See also Authority; Bureaucracy; Exploitation; Good government; Individual; Laws; Nation; Nationalism; Society; State; Unity of mankind; Violence; War; World problems Grace: futility of search for, (X) 63 Gradual: acceptance of, (XIV) 305-6; change as, (XVI) 54; and chronological time, (XV) 24-25; and dis order, (XV) 339; (XVI) 184; and ending time, (XVI) 21-22; as a gratifying concept, (XVII) 67; as hindrance, (XVI) 227; and the immediate, (XIV) 262; versus the immediate, (XV) 76, 338-39; (XVI) 130; and the removal of masks, (XVI) 227; and time, (XIV) 253-55; (XV) 159-60, 212, 339; (XVI) 22, 238. See also Immediate; Interval; Time Gradualism, (III) 244-45; and conflict, (VIII) 338-40; and the free mind, (VIII) 340; as hindrance to change, (X) 203. See also Revolution Gratification: and answers, (IX) 155; versus attention, (XI) 8; and authority, (VII) 230; and beauty, (XI) 10; desire for, (V) 158; through dominance, (V) 102; and escape, (VI) 68; and family, (V) 17; from gurus, (V) 122-23, 177, 193-94; versus happiness, (V) 223; and illusion, (VII) 269; and learning, (XIV) 276; and meditation, (V) 210; and permanence, (V) 310; and pleasure, (XVII) 65, 6869; and prayer, (V) 165; (VI) 229-30; process of, (XII) 266; and psychological security, (V) 159-60; pursuit of, (VII) 260; and relationship, (IV) 50-53, 123-24; (V) 59; and religion, (VIII) 301; and satisfaction, (XI) 244, 247; search for, (IV) 179; (V) 133-34, 352; (VI) 27-28; (XVII) 64, 86-87; and the solution to problems, (VIII) 284; and

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superficiality, (VII) 311. See also Ambition; Authority; Criticism; Desire; Escape; Followers; Fulfillment; God; Reality; Relationship; Satisfaction; Security; Seeking; Self-fulfillment; Sensation Greatness: understanding, (VIII) 125-26 Great society: versus the good society, (XVI) 43. See also Society Greed, (II) 78; (III) 150-52, 155, 187-88, 189; (IV) 71-72; (VI) 294-95; and awareness, (IV) 73; (VI) 283-84; as cause of conflict, (III) 150-52; as cause of war, (V) 66, 339; as corrupter, (III) 223-24; and desire for power, (IV) 95; freedom from, (V) 343; (VII) 80; and freedom from conditioning, (IX) 164; as hindrance to truth, (III) 230; and material needs, (XII) 6; versus need, (III) 150-51; and negative thinking, (XI) 188; payment for, (III) 233; and pleasure, (XV) 339; and process of discipline, (V) 257, 259-60; and pursuit of gratification, (III) 148; and relationship, (III) 169; and the search for experience, (XV) 39; and social exploitation, (VII) 71-73; and society, (V) 144-45, 343; and time, (XV) 305; understanding, (III) 147-48. See also Accumulation; Acquisition; Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Becoming; Craving; Desire; Envy; Legislation; Nationalism; Possessions; Power; Reality; Self; Self-fulfillment; Thought; Want; War; Will Greed, ambition, and envy: as basis of the social structure, (XIII) 187-88. See also Ambition; Envy Group(s): without authority, (IV) 40; and divisions, (VIII) 217; identification with, (VIII) 224; as reactionary, (XII) 22-23; and security, (l) 144. See also Collective; Individual Group action: See Collective; Mass Growth: and awareness, (III) 117; defining, (III) 96; psychological, (III) 119. See also Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Envy; Evolution; Progress; Technology Guidance, (l) 138 Guides: independent, (V) 111. See also New; Transformation Guilt: and contradiction, (IX) 5; of the East and West, (XII) 141-42; and fear, (XII) 59; feelings of, (X) 243-44; and sensitivity, (XI) 347; and sin, (V) 276 Gullibility: dangers of, (XVI) 281-82; and the desire for security, (XIV) 108. See also Innocency; Skepticism Guru(s), (V) 122-23, 177-79, 192-95; as authority, (XV) 83; and change, (VIII) 177; choosing, (VIII) 26; and contradictions, (VI) 47-48; desire for, (VI) 47-48; and disciples, (IV) 122; and discontent, (VII) 213-14; and the discovery of truth, (VII) 178-80; as escape, (XII) 88; as exploiter, (l) 14748; and heaven (VIII) 70; as impediment, (VI) 48; as leader to truth, (V) 177-79; and meditation, (VIII) 54; and the petty mind, (VII) 216-17; reasons for, (VI) 4-5; and search for God, (IV) 178-79; and self-gratification, (IV) 129-30; and self-knowledge, (III) 4-5; (VI) 4-5. See also Authority; Exploitation; Followers; Knowledge; Leader; Master; Power; Religion; Specialists; Teacher Habit(s), (III) 100, 128-29, 132-34; (VII) 308; (X) 213; (XI) 134-36; as adjustment, (X) 5; approach to, (VI) 56; and authority, (XIII) 9; and awareness, (IV) 70; (VIII) 202; (XII) 302; versus change, (XI) 172-73; and conflict, (VIII) 78-80; (XI) 24; (XIII) 285; (XIV) 12, 144-45; conquering, (IV) 10-11; defining, (III) 115-16; and the desire for change, (XV) 133; and the desire for security, (XI) 314, 317; and the difficulty of change, (XII) 253-54; and discipline, (V) 258-59; dying to, (XIV ) 32; and effort, (XIII) 203-4; ending, (XV) 111; (XVII) 29; and envy, (XV) 135; as the essence of memory, (XIII) 182-83; establishing, (XI) 80-83; and the exercise of will, (XV) 60; and fear, (XIII) 221; and fearful imitation, (VII) 64-65; and fear of change, (XIII) 137; and fear of death, (XIV) 257; and following, (IX) 152; freedom from, (X) 38; (XI) 175; and the free mind, (X) 42, 49; as hindrance to sensitivity, (IX) 273; (XV) 242; as hindrance to understanding, (XII) 109; and ideals, (XI) 176; immediate ending of, (XV) 320; and insecurity, (XIII) 212; and the insensitive mind, (XIII) 147; and jealousy, (XIII) 237; as joyless, (XI) 323; versus learning, (XII) 106; machinery of, (XI) 298300; and marriage, (V) 175-76; mechanical, (XIII) 159; and mechanical action, (XIV) 70; and the mechanical life, (XIII) 6; and meditation, (IX) 74; versus meditation, (XII) 167; and memories, (III) 130; and the mind, (XIV) 29; as morality, (XV) 71; need for immediate change in, (XVI) 57-58; new and old, (III) 137; and the occupied mind, (XII) 137; and order, (XIII) 157; and the permanent, (XI) 295; and practice, (XV) 83; process of forming, (XIII) 239-40, 242-43; and religious ritual, (IX) 156-57; and revolt from patterns, (VII) 278-79; and security, (XIII) 238-39; (XV) 28; and seeing, (XV) 130; and self-awareness, (X) 19; and slavery, (XI) 331; and smoking, (XV) 135; and symbols, (VII) 122; technical role of, (XIII) 242; and technique, (V) 309-10; and time, (XII) 316; (XIII) 141; tradition, (XI) 304; as tradition, (XIII) 68, 249; understanding of, (XVI) 95, 97-98; understanding the process of, (IX) 106-7; understanding the types of, (X) 133. See also Action; Awareness; Belief; Conditioning; Conflict; Conformity; Discipline; Effort; Escape; Fear; Ideas; Methods; Patterns; Repetition; Respectability; Security; Systems; Tradition Handwork: and learning, (XI) 6-7 Happiness, (III) 206; (IV) 175-76; (V) 328-29; (VI) 155-56, 341; (VII) 214-16; (VIII) 95-96; (IX) 28384; and absence of conflict, (IV) 11; and the absence of fear, (XI) 349; and the absence of opposite, (VIII) 197; and the absence of self, (X) 75; achieving, (II) 159; (IV) 91; 104-5; (VII) 211, 297; and aloneness, (VIII) 198; and ambition, (VII) 107-8; as awareness, (III) 171; and the

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See also Contentment; Ecstasy; Enjoyment; Eternal; Fear; Feelings; God; Joy; Love; Quiet mind; Real; Reality; Self-knowledge; Sorrow; Time; Truth Happy man, (IV) 183; (VIII) 111; defining, (IV) 174; versus the unhappy man, (VIII) 188 Harmony, (l ) 58, 91; achievement of, (l) 107; and authority, (l) 76; and crisis, (l) 38; and culture, (l) 159; and the discovery of truth, (VII) 257; and disharmony, (XVI) 278-79; and ignorance, (III) 10; and the infinite, (l) 12; of mind and heart, (l) 11, 188; moments of being in, (XVII) 230; and the process of consciousness, (XIII) 335; and progress, (l) 189-90; search for, (II) 143-44. See also Fulfillment; Security; Self-discipline Hate, (l) 49; and awareness, (VIII) 195-96; awareness of, (III) 120, and change, (XI) 127; and the desire to love, (VIII) 33-34; destroying, (III) 119, 153; dissolving of, (IX) 176-78; as evil, (III) 119; facing the fact of, (XV) 301; as inheritance of past, (III) 154-55; and love, (XVII) 276; versus love, (V) 197-98; overcoming, (III) 117-18; and prejudice, (V) 340; transcending through understanding, (III) 238-39; understanding, (VIII) 103-4; understanding the process of, (III) 243; as a unifier, (XV) 299. See also Anger; Awareness; Conflict; Feelings; Violence; War Hatred: cause of, (X) 110; ending, (XVI) 224; and fear, (XIV) 193-94; and the fear of evil, (XIV) 195; as unifier, (IX) 247; (XIV) 34. See also Conflict; Divisions Healing: approach to, (II) 25; inward and outward, (IV) 206 Health: and belief, (XVI) 257-58; and dying to pleasure, (XV) 290; emotional, physical, and mental, (XI) 7; and energy, (XIII) 223; and vulnerability, (XV) 277. See also Body; Food; Pain Healthy mind: defining, (XIV) 142-43; and inquiry into total living, (XIV) 121; interests of, (XIV) 57; and self-knowledge, (XV) 87. See also Fresh mind; Health; Mind; New mind Hearing: and attention without resistance, (XIV) 90; and communion, (XIV) 128; and ideology, (XVII) 142; and listening, (XII) 285; (XIV ) 84-85, 122; (XVII) 101; and the word, (XVII) 195. See also Communication Heart: and action, (XV) 6; free from the known, (XVI) 250; and instant communion, (XV) 6; listening with, (XVII) 248; renewal of, (XVI) 242; space in, (XV) 36 Heart and mind: and change, (XV) 334. See also Heart Heaven, (VII) 279; and the desire for happiness, (XV) 29; and psychological time, (XV) 117. See also Belief; Death; Hereafter; Reincarnation; Religion Heaven and hell: invention of, (XVII) 100. See also Reincarnation; Religion Hell: as the known, (VII) 279. See also Heaven Hereafter, (II) 36, 49-50; (IX) 157-58; belief in, (XII) 317-18; and death, (XIII) 202; and the desire for continuity, (XIII) 317-18; as escape, (XV) 316; as escape from today, (XV) 79; and the mature mind, (XIII) 144-45. See also Death; Fear; Immortality; Reincarnation; Religion Heredity: and environment, (IV) 161 Hermit: and violence, (IX) 128 Hero: as hindrance, (VIII) 11-12. See also Authority Hidden mind: and consciousness, (XIV) 62; and the superficial mind, (XI) 11-12. See also Mind; Unconscious Hierarchical division of life, (XV) 227 Hierarchy: and followers, (VIII) 42-44, 46 “High” and “middle”: and the struggle for power, (XVII) 138 Higher Self: as invention, (XVI) 276. See also Atma; Known; Religion; Self; Soul; Supreme self Hindrance(s), (l) 45, 76-79, 96-98, 99; (II) 3; and action, (l) 129; and authority, (II) 177-78; and belief, (V) 306-7; to change, (VII) 24; and conformity, (II) 15; consciousness of, (II) 41; effects of, (III) 236; and faith, (II) 4; and fear, (II) 14-15, 41; freedom from, (II) 10; and the ‘I’, (II) 30; and ideals, (IV) 185-86; to inquiry, (IX) 269; as memory, (II) 190; and organization, (l) 184; and prayer, (VI) 31; and psychoanalysis, (II) 17; and self-analysis, (II) 17-18; to simplicity, (III) 230; transcending, (III) 231; to truth, (l) 177, 192-93; (IV) 81, 169-70; and understanding, (l) 37; (VI) 169-70; to understanding problems, (X) 1; and world chaos, (II) 10. See also Barriers; Belief; Change; Compulsion; Conditioning; Conflict; Conflict of opposites; Effort; Escape; Experience;

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See also Reaction; Revolt; Young people Historical process: and conflict, (XIII) 285 History: awareness of, (XIII) 205; and causes of war, (V) 338; and the existence of God, (VIII) 117; as human background, (XIII) 38; and the individual, (VIII) 155; and war(s), (XV) 295; (XVII) 2 Holy man: and occupation, (IX) 102. See also Religious man Honesty: and awareness of dishonesty, (XVII) 273; defining, (XVII) 266; as humility, (XVII) 156; and motive, (XVII) 278-79; and order, (XVII) 247; and what is, (XVII) 278 Hope: and the absence of understanding, (VII) 243-44; and authority, (XIV ) 246; as barrier, (VI) 84; and change, (XVI) 266-67; and the creation of frustration, (XII) 52; and despair, (XI) 210; (XII) 170; (XVII) 156-57; and fear, (XI) 177; (XVI) 178; and the fear of death, (XIII) 258; and the illusion of fulfillment, (VII) 270; loss of, (III) 6970; and organized religion, (XIV) 266-67; and present denial, (III) 171; state of, (XI) 139-41; through uncertainty, (III) 35. See also Hope and faith; Ideas; Sorrow Hope and faith: significance of, (XVII) 77. See also Belief Hopelessness: and security, (VI) 187-88 “How”: and action, (V) 299-300; and authority, (XVII) 197; and conditioning, (VII) 267; (X) 109; and conformity, (IX) 186-87; as the continuation of thought, (X) 250-51; and the desire to change, (IX) 40; versus fact, (VIII) 335; and the fragmentary outlook, (X) 149; and freedom, (VIII) 103, 249; freedom from, (IX) 176; as futile, (VIII) 292; as hindrance, (XV) 130; as hindrance to change, (IX) 57; (XVI) 232; (XVII) 105; implications of, (XV) 134; and inquiry, (IX) 270-71; as introduction to problems , (XIII) 84; and meditation, (IX) 73-74; and mutation, (XIII) 4-5; as nonexistent, (XIV ) 12; and the still mind, (VII) 326; technical and psychological, (IX) 178; and time, (IX) 167; understanding, (VII) 17; and world problems, (IX) 263. See also Discipline; Method; Patterns; Systems; Technique Human action: and questioning what to do, (XVII) 133. See also Action; Human behavior; Human beings Human behavior: free from cultural divisions, (XVII) 201. See also Human beings Human being(s): and the ability to adjust, (XV) 329; and the absence of answers, (XVII) 136; and the absence of nationality, (XVII) 94; and achieving mutation, (XVII) 47; and animal inheritance, (XVII) 100; as animals, (XV) 337; and change, (XV) 156, 301; (XVI) 49; and commitment to violence, (XVI) 224-25; concepts of, (XVI) 48-49; and confusion, (XVI) 274-75; in crisis, (XVII) 99; defining, (XIV) 251; (XV) 153; (XVI) 150, 215, 232; (XVII) 49-50, 222-23, 228; without divisions, (XV) 297; and ending fear, (XVI) 177; and the examination of problems, (XVII) 49; and fragmentation, (XV) 154; and freedom from conflict, (XV) 342; and freedom from fear, (XVII) 54-55; as functionaries, (XI) 191; and goodness, (XV) 203; as imitative, (XV) 92; versus the individual, (XIV) 251; and individuality, (XIV) 273, 277; and life as contradiction, (XVI) 128; lifespan of, (XV) 40; and the need for change, (XVI) 213, 214; and nonacceptance of sovereign governments, (XV) 328; observing the phenomenon of, (XVI) 7; as part of society, (XV) 281-82; problem of living as, (XVI) 93; and the psychological structure, (XVI) 3; as related, (XV) 234; and relationships, (XVII) 281; and the relationship of the state, (XV) 333-34; and the responsibility for society, (XV) 88, 90; revolution in, (XVII) 4; role in a changing world, (XVI) 54; as secondhand, (XVII) 110, 186; as shallow, (XVII) 123; and society, (XVI) 43, 47; (XVII) 26, 60-61, 64; as society, (XV) 57, 97; and space, (XV) 205; state of , (XV) 220-21; and the structure of society, (XV) 196; and time, (XV) 127; as total, (XVI) 93; and the totality, (XVII) 131-32; transformation of, (XV) 203; and violence, (XVI) 129; as of the world, (XVI) 260; as the world, (XIV) 304; and world chaos, (XVI) 71-73. See also Individual Human conflict: and need for change, (IV) 16 Human dignity: and freedom, (XI) 254 Human essentials: proper distribution of, (IV) 84-85 Human events: and deterioration, (XV) 234. See also World problems Human existence: sensitivity to, (XIV ) 45-46; and the unconscious, (XIV) 63 Humanity: defining, (V) 366; loss of, (IV) 24 Human mind: defining, (XVI) 250 Human misery: as the primary problem, (XVI) 165 Human nature, (II) 78; and the ability to change, (XV) 198; lack of change in, (XVI) 231; and time, (III) 153 Human need: versus desire for satisfaction, (III) 157; versus psychological gratification, (III) 151-52

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See also Unity of mankind; World problems Humility, (III) 202, 234; (V) 248, 301; (IX) 248; achieving, (XIV ) 46, 219; as an act of vanity, (XV) 244; and aloneness, (XII) 40; and the approach to problems, (XI) 190; and austerity, (XV) 175; and conflict of opposites, (IV) 131; cultivation of, (IX) 90; (XI) 136, 244, 297; (XII) 36; defining, (III) 215; (V) 45; (XI) 46; (XII) 198-99; (XIV) 27; (XVII) 274; and discipline, (XIII) 268, 270; as effortless, (IX) 263; and fear, (XIV) 89; and freedom, (XIV) 246; and freedom from envy, (X) 242-43; and freedom from fear, (XIII) 131, 137; and “I know”, or “I do not know”, (VII) 227; as an immediate state, (XIV) 89; and the inward and outward movement, (XIII) 268; versus knowledge, (XII) 36; and learning, (XI) 60-61, 108, 134, 156; (XII) 158, 198, 200; (XIII) 81-82, 131-32; (XIV) 171, 244; (XVI) 24, 218; (XVII) 34; and listening, (XI) 14; (XIII) 75; and looking, (XVI) 281; versus the ‘me’, (XI) 113; and meditation, (XIV) 155; nature of, (XI) 265-67, 270; as necessary to inquiry, (XIV) 89; and the new, (X) 234; and power, (XII) 143; and pride, (XVI) 184; and recognition, (XI) 98; and the religious mind, (XII) 325; and seeking, (XVII) 156; and selfunderstanding, (XII) 206; and sensitivity, (X) 176; (XI) 341-42; and sorrow, (XIII) 85, 311-12; state of, (VIII) 208, 333-36; (IX) 112; (XI) 370-71; (XIV) 245; (XVI) 145, 148, 149; (XVII) 278; and the state of confusion, (VIII) 201-2; and taking only one step, (XVI) 300-301; and truth, (XIV ) 28; unconscious, (X) 64; understanding, (XI) 302-3, 305; and understanding, (X) 259-60; and virtue, (XII) 266, 310; and what is, (XII) 199-200. See also Virtue; Wisdom Hunger: psychological, (VII) 259-60. See also Acquisition; Food, clothing, shelter; World problems Husband: as dominant, (V) 87-88. See also Family; Husband and wife; Images; Marriage; Re lationship; Superiority Husband and wife: and image, (XVI) 102; and images and relationships, (XVII) 212, 275, 281; and the observer and the observed, (XVI) 134. See also Children; Family; Relationships Hydrogen bomb: and world politics, (XIII) 191. See also World problems Hypnosis: and dogma, (III) 112, 113-14; (VI) 114, 115-16; and meditation, (XIV) 155-56, 160; and propaganda, (XVII) 109; and the unconscious, (XVII) 85 Hypocrisy, (l) 173-74; and commitment, (XI) 325; and conflict, (VIII) 32-33; and suppression, (XVII) 266; and war, (IV) 3. See also Nationalism ‘I’, (l ) 62-63; 77-79; 97, 106, 119, 151, 162, 181; (II) 9, 30, 35-36, 54-56, 150-51, 162-63, 218; (III) 178; (VII) 153-54; as accumulated memory, (IV) 41; and the center, (XII) 102; (XIII) 136; and the center of the mind, (XI) 142; and chaos, (III) 18182; and the collective, (X) 178; and conditioned thought, (IV) 44; and conditioning, (VIII) 218-20; and conflict, (l ) 62-63; (II) 30, 54; as the conscious mind, (X) 18; as consciousness, (III) 10-11, 13; and continuity, (VIII) 277; (XIII) 319; and death, (l) 22; defining, (II) 54, 55; (VII) 305; (VIII) 250; and desire, (VIII) 304-5; as desire, (XVI) 96; elimination of, (XIII) 183; and emptiness, (XIII) 199; ending of, (IX) 116; and environment, (II) 5758, 61-62; eternal or transient, (III) 67; explanations of, (II) 35; and false reality, (II) 30; and fear, (II) 44, 72; (VII) 192-93; (XVI) 156; and freedom from sorrow, (IX) 98; as hindrance, (II) 30, 202; as hindrance to understanding, (VIII) 9; and immortality, (l) 100; knowing, (XIII) 35; and the known, (VIII) 183; and limitation of action, (II) 227; as limited state, (III) 173; and living reality, (l) 68-69; and memory, (l) 181; (II) 70-71, 72; as memory, (X) 208; and morality, (VII) 164; as the observer, (XVI) 269-71; and the observer and the observed, (XII) 100-102; as the problem, (XIII) 182-83; process of, (III) 39; and the production of thought, (XI) 170; as product of society, (X) 44-45; and the product of thought, (VIII) 292; and radical transformation, (VIII) 17677; and reincarnation, (II) 133-34; (III) 172-73; (VI) 68; and religion, (VIII) 29; self-destruction of, (VI) 360-61; and thought, (VI) 226-27; as totality of thoughts and feelings, (VII) 256; versus tranquility, (VIII) 52; and transformation, (VII) 276-77; and understanding, (II) 30; (VII) 100; and want, (III) 16-18. 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See also Belief; Conditioning; Dogma; Fact; Ideal(s); Ideas and action; Ideology; Illusion; Images; Intellect; Intelligence; Knowledge; Method; Patterns; Systems; Tradition; What is; Words Idea(s) and action, (XV) 20, 88-89, 183; and conflict, (XVI) 216, 218-19, 268-71; and contradiction, (XV) 9-10, 253, 315; division between, (XIV) 14445; (XV) 64; (XVII) 55; and energy, (XV) 288; and the gap between, (XIV) 13; gulf between, (XIV) 58. See also Action; Belief; Ideals; Tradition Idea(s) and the fact: and contradiction, (XVII) 4. See also Facts; Ideas Ideal(s), (II) 17, 197-98; (V) 289-92; (VIII) 220-22; absence of, (XVII) 232; and action, (XIV) 21; versus actuality, (X) 224-25; (XI) 150; and authority, (XIII) 235; and awareness, (IX) 286; and change, (VII) 7; (IX) 26; (X) 137-38; characterizing, (IV) 185-86; and conflict, (XVII) 228; and contradiction, (XIII) 127-28; (XIV) 286; creation of, (XI) 23-24; (XV) 126; and the creation of authority, (VII) 66; as creation of fear, (III) 134; defining, (VII) 66; and desire to become, (V) 290, 292; destructiveness of, (XVII) 30; and deterioration, (XI) 344-45; disappearance of, (XI) 104; and disillusionment, (VI) 289-90; as distraction, (X) 117-18; dropping, (XVI) 259-60; and duality, (IX) 277; as escape, (III) 52; (V) 15; (IX) 45, 48; as escape from the actual, (XI) 30; and escape from pain, (IX) 138; examination of, (II) 179-80; and fact, (XII) 16; versus the fact, (XII) 290; (XIII) 93; and the fact of violence, (XV) 305; as false, (VIII) 72; fiction of, (VIII) 32-33; (XIV) 47-48; and following, (IX) 150, 152; and freedom, (XVI) 84; versus freedom, (IX) 237; freedom from, (XI) 264; (XIV) 91; of free will, (XVII) 269-70; futility of, (XVI) 128; and generosity, (VII) 202; and hierarchy, (VIII) 44-45; as hindrance, (III) 30; (IX) 229; (XI) 23-25; as hindrance to change, (X) 11, 80, 83; as hindrance to religion, (V) 48-49; as hindrance to transformation, (IX) 153-54; and idolatry, (XI) 174-75; and illusion, (II) 140-41, 149; (VIII) 65; and immaturity, (XIV) 286; looking at, (XVI) 259; as meaningless, (XV) 25; and the mediocre mind, (VIII) 49; and the mind, (IX) 258-59; as myth, (XIV) 69; nature of, (XIV) 87; need to be rid of, (XVII) 258; and nonviolence, (IX) 241-42; (XVI) 116-17, 255; of peace and goodwill, (IX) 247; pursuit of, (IX) 41-45; (XIV ) 294; versus reality, (XVI) 256; reasons for, (IX) 42-44; reasons for having, (XIV) 286; and resistance, (XIII) 107; result of achievement, (l) 53; and self-contradiction, (XI) 262; as selfdeception, (XI) 176; and suffering, (II) 18; and time, (IX) 199-200; and tomorrow, (XI) 192; versus understanding, (VII) 109; without understanding, (VI) 289-90; understanding the process of, (XIV) 91; unimportance of, (XVII) 103; vested interest in, (XIV) 192-93; and violence, (X) 80-81; and violence and nonviolence, (XVI) 288; and virtue, (II) 36; versus what is, (XIV) 139; (XV) 64-65; and what is versus ‘what should be’, (XII) 159; and ‘what should be’, (XI) 281. 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See also Belief; Ideals Ideation: See Idea(s); Ideal(s) Identification: and the absence of love, (X) 270-71; and the attempt to escape thought, (XVI) 202; and avoidance, (VIII) 237-38; and awareness, (IV) 12, 76, 77; and belief, (V) 239; and conflict, (VI) 19596; (XI) 356; (XII) 177; and confusion, (XVI) 247; and contradiction, (XI) 32-33; dangers of, (IV) 168; and desire, (VIII) 135, 150; desire for, (V) 307-8; through divisions, (VI) 137-38; and the dull mind, (XV) 17; and effort, (VII) 299; and energy, (XII) 63; as escape, (VII) 259; (XIV ) 115; versus experience, (XI) 198; as false solution, (X) 62; and fragmentation, (X) 206; (XVII) 65; freedom from, (XVI) 151; and fulfillment, (VII) 166-67; futility of, (XVI) 34; and groups, (VI) 152; with groups, (IX) 3; and ‘I’, (X) 270-71; and ideology, (X) 125; and illusion, (V) 281; (XV) 165; and illusion of permanency, (IV) 57; and image of the self, (XVI) 186; and inward security, (XIV) 130; and isolation, (XVI) 119; and judging, (VI) 183; and labeling, (V) 311-13; and learning, (XI) 60-61; as limitation, (IX) 224; living without, (X) 76; and loneliness, (XIV) 220; and looking, (XIV) 137-38; and love, (XIII) 189; and the ‘me’, (V) 298-99; (VII) 13031, 206; and meditation, (XII) 205; and the mind, (XIV) 217; and the national flag, (XVII) 203; and nationalism, (IV) 201; (XV) 169-70; the need for, (VIII) 222-24; (XI) 214, 216; and need for security, (V) 3-4; and pain and pleasure, (V) 25455; as partial, (XII) 151-52; and pleasure, (XV) 7071; and power, (V) 61; as problem, (VI) 297; with the problem, (XVI) 161; and psychological security, (X) 7; reasons for, (V) 3-4; (XII) 133-34; and revolution, (VII) 240; and satisfaction, (IX) 63; search for, (XVI) 181; and search for truth, (VI) 284; and security, (XI) 371-72; (XII) 135; (XIV) 131; and self-centered activity, (XV) 236; and the self-centered image, (XVI) 5; and selfforgetfulness, (VI) 267-68; and self-fulfillment, (VII) 152-53; (XIV) 289; and self-worship, (XVI) 79; and separation, (VI) 315, 324-25; and time, (X) 98; (XVI) 23; versus total observation, (XI) 287; types of, (V) 281-82; understanding, (XV) 278; versus what is, (XII) 201; and words, (XII) 197. See also Authority; Belonging; Commitment; Communication; Condemnation; Conformity; Continuity; Divisions; Emptiness; Naming; Nationalism; Verbalization; Words Identity: and attachment, (XII) 30; and the need to be somebody, (VIII) 243-44. See also Ambition; Becoming Ideology, (XVII) 138-44; and action, (XVII) 4, 138, 139-40, 141; and the approach to problems, (X) 197; and avoidance of facts, (XVII) 217; versus awareness of the total process, (XVII) 137; and the brain, (XVII) 147; and church and state, (V) 314; and communalism, (V) 2; and community, (XVII) 31; and conditioning, (V) 152-53; and conforming to conduct, (XVII) 202; and conformity, (X) 260; dangers of, (III) 181; and divisiveness, (III) 187; and efficiency, (V) 309; and the empty mind, (XVII) 178; and escape from fact, (XVII) 249; and fragmentation, (XVII) 135; freedom from, (XVII) 191-92; as hindrance to human problems, (XI) 187; killing for, (IV) 23-24; and loss of responsibility, (VII) 285; as meaningless, (XVII) 2, 160, 222; and nonviolence, (XVI) 192-93; of nonviolence, (XVII) 170, 191; rejection of, (XVII) 175; and relationship, (VI) 79; versus seriousness, (XVII) 274; social acceptance of, (XVII) 201; and the struggle between the “high” and the “middle”, (XVII) 138; and war, (III) 242-43; (XVI) 4; and world problems, (X) 163-64. See also Belief; Conditioning; Dogma; God; Idea; Ideal; Method; Nationalism; Patterns; Religion; System; Tradition; War Idolatry: and ideals, (XI) 174-75 “I do not know”: and the cessation of conditioning, (IX) 112; and freedom, (XIII) 291; and the new, (XII) 3-4; and meditation, (IX) 132 ; and the process of thought, (XIV) 22-23; and the state of learning, (XII) 106; as a state of love and innocence, (XII) 107; states of, (XII) 121-22; and states of mind, (XII) 214. See also Knowledge; Learning “I don’t know”: and accumulation, (XIII) 197; and the process of thought, (XIII) 287; state of mind of, (XV) 23, 266; and the waiting mind, (XI) 390. See also Negation Ignorance, (l) 184-85; (III) 6, 36; and absence of selfknowledge, (V) 79; and awareness, (X) 9; awareness of, (III) 220-21; as cause of suffering, (X) 8, 103-4; defining, (III) 106-7; (IV) 142; (XIII) 221; dispelling, (XI) 58; and duality, (III) 68-69; ending, (III) 64; and escape, (III) 80; as “evil”, (III) 226; through inequality, (IV) 40; meaning of, (XIV) 16; process of, (III) 65; as quality of resistance, (III) 105-6; and relationship, (III) 115; and self-awareness, (IV) 26; and selfreliance, (III) 163-64; as unawareness, (III) 10910; understanding, (III) 10-11; (XI) 207-9; and understanding, (V) 48; and want, (III) 17-18. See also Action; Belief; Exclusivity; Experience; Fear “I know”: and the absence of love, (XVI) 164; and knowledge, (XI) 185 Illness, (IX) 88; coping with, (IV) 36-37; and fear, (XVI) 108. See also Health Illusion(s), (l) 71-72, 73, 77-79; (III) 191; (VIII) 32; abolishing, (VII) 259-60; and actuality, (II) 14041; and authority, (XII) 205; and belief, (V) 34647; and the center, (XV) 143; and ceremonies, (l)

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See also Authority; Awareness; Conditioned mind; Conditioning; Conflict; Dogma; Escape; Fact; Faith; God; Idea(s); Ideal(s); Identification; Images; Immortality; Meditation; Religion; Systems; Truth Image(s), (XVII) 77, 79-82; absence of, (XV) 196-97; and the absence of love, (XVII) 205; awareness of, (XV) 194-96; battle among, (XVII) 25; and the center, (XVII) 187; and change, (XV) 198, 200; and communication, (XVII) 196; and conflict, (XV) 197, 199; consciousness of, (XV) 201-2; and contradiction, (XV) 250-51; creation of, (XVI) 4546; defining, (XVI) 106; and deterioration, (XVII) 77-80; and the difficulty of listening, (XVI) 129; and emptiness, (XVI) 183; ending, (XVI) 176; and escape, (XIV) 217; and fear, (XVII) 226, 275; freedom from, (XVI) 129-30; (XVII) 90, 279; of God, (XV) 240; as hindrance to observation, (XVII) 112-13; as hindrance to seeing, (XVII) 178-79, 207-8; as hindrance to self-knowing, (XVII) 233; and identification, (XVI) 186; and killing, (XVI) 44; and knowledge, (XVII) 210-11; and the known, (XVII) 80, 81; and looking, (XVI) 114; looking without, (XVII) 211; and memo ry, (XVI) 69; need to change, (XVI) 2; need to destroy, (XVI) 45-46; and observation, (XVII) 105; and the observer, (XVII) 275; and the observer and the observed, (XV) 202; and pleasure, (XV) 223-224; (XVI) 216; (XVII) 185; and the positive approach, (XV) 255; and problems, (XV) 192-96; and relationship, (XVI) 44, 45, 46, 106-7, 121, 129, 134; (XVII) 7, 187, 205, 219, 241, 28081; and resistance, (XVI) 99-100; response to, (XVI) 174; as the result of thought, (XVII) 252-53; and seeing, (XVII) 168-69; and self-image, (XV) 193-95; and society, (XVI) 172; and thought, (XVI) 169-70; and time and distance, (XV) 26162; and will, (XV) 199-200. See also Belief; Ideals; Ideology; Words Image and the image maker: as one, (XVII) 79, 81. See also Images Imbalance: and contradiction, (XV) 171 Imitation, (l) 90; (XVI) 13-19; and action, (VIII) 71; and authority, (XI) 179-81; and conscious effort, (VII) 181-83; and consciousness, (XVI) 16-17, 19; versus creativity, (V) 146; defining, (XIV ) 30; (XVI) 14; and desire to succeed, (IV) 97; and fear, (XIII) 88; (XVII) 16; and followers, (VIII) 17273; freedom from, (XVII) 34; as hindrance to the new, (XVI) 243; and the individual, (VIII) 179-80; and knowledge, (IX) 244-45; life and, (XVI) 1819; and personal example, (IV) 93; and pleasure, (XVII) 19; and puja, (VIII) 77; and seeking a system, (XVII) 196-97; and tradition, (VII) 63; as way of life, (IX) 186; and words, (V) 38; and the young, (VIII) 92-93. See also Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Copying; Discipline; Dull mind; Education; Following; Freedom; Habit; Identification; New; Original; Repetition; Resistance; Respectability Imitative action: and environmental influence, (III) 236 Imitative experience: versus direct experience, (XII) 146. See also Experience; Experiencing Imitative mind: See Dull mind; Imitation Imitative process: and seeking power, (XII) 143. See also Ambition; Power Immature mind: as mediocre, (XII) 29. See also Dull mind; Mind Immaturity: defining, (XIII) 245. See also Mature mind; Maturity Immeasurable: achieving, (XI) 238, 393; (XIII) 170; and the creative mind, (XII) 48; discovering, (XII) 186; experiencing, (X) 71; and fear, (XII) 45, 48; futility of search, (X) 187; and inquiry, (IX) 271; laying the foundation for, (XIII) 116; and meditation, (XII) 313; and the movement of creation, (XIII) 271; recognition of, (XIII) 79; and the religious mind, (XII) 227; search for, (XIII) 67; and self-awareness, (X) 102; and the structure of society, (XIII) 124; as within, (XI) 184. See also God; Quiet mind; Reality; Religion; Timeless; Truth Immediacy: desire for, (XIII) 159-60; and mutation, (XIII) 24 Immediate: and the absence of fear, (XVII) 72, 226; change, (XVI) 201; (XVII) 268-69; and dealing with problems, (XV) 211-13; and deterioration, (XV) 236; and direct contact, (XVI) 221-22; ending of fear, (XV) 320; ending of violence,

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See also Interval; Meditation; Mutation; New; Revolution; Time Immediate action: and the absence of the observer, (XVI) 183-84; and crisis, (XIV) 68; desire for, (XI) 118-19, 123; and ending habit, (XVI) 98; versus the long view, (XIII) 62-63; as the only revolution, (XVII) 140; and time, (XVI) 22, 25-26; and the time interval, (XIV) 293; as total action, (XIV) 295; as the ultimate, (XVII) 102; and world problems, (XIV) 26 See also Action; Immediate Immediate change: versus gradual change, (XII) 288. See also Change; Mutation; Revolution; Time Immediate maturity: and understanding action, (XVI) 73. See also Immediate Immediate perception, (XIV) 210; and escape, (XII) 212; possible, (XII) 126; and progress, (XII) 188; and understanding influences, (XIV) 221. See also Immediate; Immediate change; Perception Immediate response: and the absence of thought, (XV) 23. See also Immediate Immediate understanding: and mutation, (XIV) 273. See also Immediate Immorality: and pleasure, (XV) 71. See also Morality Immortality, (l) 7, 22, 50, 62-63, 65; (II) 71-72, 113, 162-63, 190, 218; (III) 26-28, 172, 192, 245; (IV) 170-71; (V) 279-81; (X) 153-54; achievement of, (l) 26; (III) 198; (V) 355; and awareness, (II) 119; and belief, (VI) 63-64; and cessation of idea, (V) 295; and completeness of life, (II) 109; and the conforming mind, (VII) 292; and continual living, (II) 106; as continuity, (IV) 113-14; (V) 319; and the continuity of the ‘me’, (VIII) 151; and craving, (III) 164-65, 214; and death, (IV) 13; (IX) 157-58; defining, (XI) 269; desire for, (VI) 238, 239; and egotism, (II) 156; and evolution, (II) 54; and false systems, (II) 54; and the fear of death, (III) 165; (VIII) 245-46; and the ‘I’, (III) 104; and illusion, (II) 174-75, 218; and illusion of relationship, (IV) 198; and innocence, (XVII) 172; and limited consciousness, (II) 168; and mysticism, (II) 119; as permanency, (V) 355; as personal experience, (II) 132-33; and reincarnation, (VI) 122; and religions, (II) 154-55; search for, (II) 54, 204, 223; and security, (II) 202; and time, (II) 13; and timeless being, (l) 99-101. See also Continuity; Death; Fear; God; ‘I’; Intelligence; Reality; Reincarnation; Religion; Security Impatience: and the desire for solutions, (XVI) 196 Impediment: See Hindrances Impermanence, (IV) 72; and conflict, (III) 103-4; and creation of the thinker, (IX) 233; as fact, (VIII) 274; and the search for peace of mind, (XI) 234; and search for security, (III) 104; and the self, (III) 244. See also Change; Permanence Improvement: as hindrance, (IX) 83-85; of the ‘me’, (XI) 131 “I must not”: and “I must”, (XII) 83 Inaction: as action, (XIV ) 118; (XVI) 39, 122; (XVII) 73; and change, (XVI) 174; and freedom from fear, (XVI) 175, 176; and time, (XIV) 151-52; as total action, (XIV) 206; and what is, (XVI) 212; and the world of ideas, (XIV) 73 Inactivity: as positive action, (V) 95. See also Quiet mind Inattention: and attention, (XV) 147; awareness of, (XV) 210-11; (XVII) 85; as breeder of problems, (XV) 112-13; and conflict, (XVI) 50-51; defining, (XVII) 23; and distraction, (XIV) 201-2; and the entity, (XV) 170; state of, (XVII) 260-62. See also Attention; Concentration Inattention and attention: two states of, (XVII) 220-21. See also Inattention Incentive: and ambition, (VII) 234; and efficiency, (XII) 19; as impetus to change, (VII) 34, 36. See also Becoming; Initiative; Motive Inclination: and dealing with problems, (XVII) 95-96, 97; and pleasure, (XVII) 181; and the principle of pleasure, (XVII) 141 Inclusion: and attention, (XII) 264 Incomplete experience: and memory, (V) 118 Incomplete life: and the search for a goal, (l) 13 Incompleteness, (l) 15-16; and action, (l) 24-26; (II) 229; causes of, (l) 13; and choice, (l) 8-9; and compulsion, (II) 75-78; and conflict, (IV) 68; and egotism, (l ) 7; and eternal authority, (l) 3; and external authority, (l) 2-4; and fear of death, (l) 179-80; and meditation, (l) 27-28; and mind, (l ) 24; opposites and, (l) 2; and search for security, (II) 187; and thought, (XI) 337-38. See also Completeness; Whole Independence: and the ‘I’, (l) 110; through understanding, (l) 110 India, (IX) 198; (X) 196; and authority, (VIII) 26, 124; and conditioned thought, (VIII) 152; and culture, (VIII) 269-70; (XV) 27; (XVII) 165-66; deterioration of, (VIII) 165-66; (XIII) 27; and economic renewal, (VII) 143-44; and enslavement to the idea of prosperity, (XI) 306; and freedom, (V) 109-10; government of, (VIII) 172; and the hindrance of tradition, (VII) 73-75; and ideals, (XI) 176; and the ideology of nonviolence, (XVII) 197; and the lack of questioning, (XII) 276; and manual labor, (VIII) 133; and nonviolence, (VIII) 32; (XI) 25; and Pakistan division, (VIII) 19; and the past, (XVII) 160; and the patterns of belief, (XII) 188; and post-war problems, (V) 151-57; problems in, (XI) 65-66, 259; (XV) 328; (XVII) 93, 159; and religious intensity, (IX) 277-78; and separation by gender, (VIII) 125; and social regeneration, (VI)

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See also Power; Superiority Individual, (l) 106; (II) 38-39; 80-85, 130, 207-8, 22124; (VI) 265-69; (IX) 255, 274-76; and the ability to change, (XI) 21; and achieving peace, (IV) 3-4; action, (IV) 84; as alone, (XIV) 236; birth of, (XIV) 140; and the capacity for freedom, (VII) 131-32; and change, (IX) 54, 56; (X) 5, 232-33; (XI) 30; (XII) 253; (XIII) 27; and the collective, (II) 133; (IX) 125-28, 143-44, 211; (XII) 253; (XIV) 41; versus the collective, (VIII) 268; (X) 79; and collective action, (V) 314-15; (VII) 229-30; and collective conflict, (XIV) 48; as collective entity, (X) 54; and collective influences, (X) 38-39; as collective problem, (VII) 175-76, 284-85; and collective regeneration, (VI) 296-97; and collective thought, (XI) 295-96, 224; and the collective will, (VIII) 255-56; and conditioning, (VIII) 178-79; (IX) 36, 283; (XI) 57-58, 61; and conflict, (III) 182; (X) 174; versus conformity, (IX) 9; creates society, (XI) 156; and the creative, (X) 171; and creative release, (VIII) 297-99; as creator of problems, (V) 29-30, 32-33; (XIII) 65; defining, (l) 18-19; (VII) 300; (XIV ) 272, 277; (XVI) 6-7, 4849, 126, 150, 232; (XVII) 49-50, 222-23, 228; and despair, (XI) 139-40; development of, (XI) 2-3, 510, 12; and education of children, (IX) 272; enslavement of, (II) 66; and environment, (II) 6567; examining, (VI) 2; and exploitation, (l) 138-39; (II) 175; as fragmented, (XI) 178; and freedom, (VII) 63; (IX) 237; (X) 90; and freedom from authority, (X) 206; and freedom from the collective, (IX) 243-44; (X) 164, 166-67; and freedom from fear, (VII) 290-91; and freedom from society, (XIII) 67, 114; (X) 171; and freedom from violence, (X) 81; and freedom of choice, (VIII) 204; free from society, (IX) 196; and the free mind, (XIII) 160; fulfillment versus mechanization, (II) 169; function of, (XIII) 62; as the government, (V) 66; and the group, (II) 109, 112; (VI) 151-52; and group consciousness, (l) 144; and historical events, (VI) 352; versus the human being, (XIV) 251; (XVI) 43, 47; without identification, (X) 75-76; importance of, (IV) 152; (V) 193-94; (VI) 51-52; (X) 239, 241-43; (XI) 21, 144-45; versus individuality, (IX) 7; and for inward change, (X) 191-92; and inward conflict, (XIV ) 124-25; and livelihood, (V) 63; and living the timeless day, (XI) 148; as a local entity, (XVI) 93, 160; (XVII) 3, 46, 131-32; and loss of responsibility, (V) 151-52; lost, (IX) 207; and machines, (XII) 117-18, 185; as machines, (IX) 207; in marriage, (V) 176; and the mass, (III) 4, 74-75, 196; as the mass, (IV) 91; (V) 154, 315; (IX) 48-49; versus the mass, (II) 6-7; and mass action, (VI) 135-37; and the material world, (II) 147; meaning of, (XIV) 197; and the narrowing of freedom, (XI) 254-55; need for creative, (XI) 104; and the need for joy, (XIII) 157, 159; and the need to become a human being, (XV) 297; as new social architect, (IV) 162-63; and the new world, (X) 261; nonexistence of, (XV) 56; (XVI) 92; and organization, (l) 185-86, 186-87; and the origin of movements, (V) 342; as part of the whole, (III) 197-98; as past, present, and future, (III) 154-55; as path to peace, (III) 145, 148; and peace, (X) 84; and perfection, (VII) 268-69; and the personal point of view, (XVII) 57; and political action, (VII) 8; as prisoner, (III) 20; and the professional life, (II) 191-92; and questioning, (XIII) 71; and radical revolution, (VIII) 155-56; recreating, (XI) 58; and regimentation, (III) 134; and relationship, (III) 155-56; relationship of society to, (XI) 17172; (XIII) 281; and religion, (X) 217-18, 267-68; and the resolution of world problems, (XVII) 26162; and responsibility, (II) 226-27; (IV) 88; (XIV) 229-30; and responsibility for world conflict, (V) 153; responsibility in marriage, (V) 176; responsibility of, (XI) 259; (XV) 52-54; restraints on, (II) 73; as a result of culture, education and environment, (XI) 366-67; as the result of the past, (XIII) 74; and revolution, (IX) 13-14; (XI) 36; and role in society, (VI) 1-3, 34, 201-2; role of, (XIII) 1-2; (XIV) 77; and self-liberation, (III) 174; and self transformation, (X) 107-10, 116-18; and social action, (XI) 224; and social conditioning, (IX) 84; and social conformity, (XIII) 225; and social movement, (II) 66; and social responsibility, (III) 153; (VIII) 314-15; and the social structure, (II) 2; and society, (II) 8-9; (III) 139, 145-46, 152; (VI) 33-37, 42, 152-53, 159-60, 181, 218-19, 279-81; (VIII) 301-2; (X) 13; (XI) 224; as society, (X) 129-30; (XIV) 72-73; (XV) 50, 52; and solitude, (l) 90; as the solution, (V) 152-53; as the solver of problems, (XIV) 229-30; as spectator, (V) 194; and the state, (V) 341-45; submission to higher purpose, (V) 277-79; as the sum of the past, (VII) 307; and total action, (X) 232-34; as the total consciousness, (XI) 393; versus the total human being, (XV) 219; and transformation, (VI) 34-35; (XI) 157; as the true religious man, (X) 39; and true values, (l) 53-54; and the unconditioned mind, (VII) 169; understanding, (II) 9; (X) 246; and the understanding of self, (IX) 4; and understanding the social structure, (XIII) 119; uniqueness of, (III) 2; and violence, (XV) 333, 337; and war, (VIII) 261; and the world, (V) 10-11, 13, 14; as the world, (III) 150, 154-55; (IV) 1, 7, 88, 140; (VI) 3, 80;

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(X) 118; (XI) 296; and world chaos, (XIV) 230; and world influences on, (XI) 41-43; and world problems, (IV) 33; (VII) 163; (IX) 25-26, 135-36. See also Choice; Collective; Human beings Individual action, (II) 1-2; and the awareness of conditioning, (XIII) 62; and collective action, (V) 39; and collective thought, (VII) 168-69; as effective, (X) 204, 206. See also Collective; Collective action; Individual; Mass; Mass action; Mass movement Individual and society: and violence, (XVI) 289-90. See also Individual; Society Individual and the collective: as one, (XIV) 56. See also Individual Individual and the world, (XIV) 14, 17; as one, (XIV) 49-50, 79, 80, 126. See also Individual Individual change: and collective change, (XII) 253; and society, (XII) 269 Individual comprehension: and mass movement, (III) 76 Individual conditioning: through collective thinking, (VII) 285 Individual creativeness: versus the acquisition of knowledge, (VII) 310-11 Individual creativity: and creativeness, (X) 37; defining, (X) 54, 176-77; importance of, (X) 20 Individual energy: release of, (XI) 103 Individualism, (II) 187-88; and the collective society, (IX) 126-28; fear of, 281; versus self-knowledge, (V) 271-72. See also Self-consciousness Individualistic action: versus self-reliance, (III) 162 Individuality, (III) 14, 26-27, 35-36; achieving, (XIV) 245; and aloneness, (XIV) 133; and awareness, (XI) 255-56; versus collective belief, (IX) 265; and conformity, (VI) 93-94; and consciousness, (III) 50-51; crushing of, (XI) 103; defining, (III) 24344; (XIII) 277; and environment, (II) 111-12; as eternal expression, (II) 49-50; freedom and enslavement, (l) 18-19; and freedom from problems, (XIV) 304; as an idea, (XV) 196; versus the individual, (X) 177; meaning of, (II) 80-81; and mutation, (XIV) 273; process of, (III) 61-63; (IX) 226-27; and the resolution of fear, (VII) 291; and truth, (l) 4; as unique, (VI) 218-19; versus uniqueness; (II) 139. See also Collective action; Conformity; Human beings; Individual; Social structure; Society; Suffering Individual life: and fragmentation, (XI) 10. See also Daily Life Individual mind: and the capacity for evolution, (XIII) 62; versus the collective mind, (XIII) 59; defining, (XVI) 250; existence of, (XIII) 43; nonexistence of, (XV) 219; as unique, (XIII) 277. See also Individual; Mind Individual, mutation, and the individual: relationship between, (XIV) 161-67. See also Individual Individual problem(s): and understanding the whole, (XV) 191; as the world problem(s), (IX) 226; (X) 70, 85; (XI) 67. See also Individual; Problems Individual relationship: and peaceful society, (III) 160 Individual responsibility: and world chaos, (IV) 83-84 Individual thinking, (XII) 162-63; and collective thinking, (X) 176 Industrialism: and materialism, (IX) 277-78; and the scientific spirit, (XII) 169; and self-knowledge, (IX) 273; and society, (IX) 203-4; and the technical mind, (VII) 163. See also Technology Industrialization, (V) 35-36; and control of the mind, (XII) 279; effects of, (III) 218-19; and freedom, (XIV) 82-83; as nonsolution, (III) 222; and world change, (X) 239-40, 241. See also Progress; Science; Technological advance; Technological progress; Technology; World problems Industrial society: and repetition, (XVII) 206. See also Conformity; Society; Technology Inequality: and becoming, (VIII) 180-81; and belief in reincarnation, (IV) 127-29; and consideration, (VIII) 69; and divisions, (IV) 49; economic, (III) 66-67; and failure of revolutions, (IV) 128; and function, (VII) 128; and livelihood, (VII) 84-85; and Masters, (VI) 28-29; and the mind, (VIII) 319; reason for, (VII) 72-73; and the search for God, (XI) 144, 146-47, 148; and the search for solutions, (VIII) 21; and security, (VII) 79; spiritual, (IX) 238; and understanding, (VI) 29-30. See also Authority; Divisions; Revolution; Superiority Inertia, (XVI) 27-30; and the quiet mind, (XIII) 47; reasons for, (l) 54-55; and technique, (VII) 17-18, 19; and time, (XVI) 27-28; understanding, (XVI) 27-28. See also Laziness; Tradition Inferiority: and superiority, (VII) 313-14. See also Inequality Infinite: freedom as, (XIV) 300; space as, (XIV ) 300. See also Meditation; Mutation Infinity: defining, (III) 4 Influence(s), (XIII) 224-27; and action, (IX) 204; (XII) 22; and agreement and disagreement, (XI) 321-22; and aloneness, (XII) 315; awareness of, (IX) 141; (XI) 138-39, 182; (XIV) 268; (XVI) 17; and challenge, (XII) 75-76; and change, (XI) 126, 271-74; (XV) 156, 197-98, 303; on children, (IX) 107-8; and the conditioned mind, (XI) 68-69; and conditioning, (XII) 139, 141, 144-45, 236-37; (XIII) 6; on conscious thought, (X) 113; conscious and unconscious, (XIII) 178; and the creation of authority, (XII) 258; versus the creative mind, (XIII) 157; danger of, (IV) 125-26; denial of, (XVI) 296; desire to, (X) 114; destructiveness of, (XIII) 229; effect of, (VIII) 287-88; and freedom, (XI) 332; freedom from, (IX) 262; (XII) 125; (XIII) 128-30, 323; freeing the mind from, (IX) 255, 257; as hindrance to fact, (XIII) 128; as hindrance to truth, (XI) 30; inner and outer, (XII) 71; as limiting, (XI) 263; and the lonely mind, (XIII) 270; and mind, (VII) 219-20; on the mind, (XI) 41-43; (XIV) 220-22; as mind enslavement, (XI) 166-67; need to be free of, (XV) 225; and power, (XII) 28; problems of, (X) 115-16; and propaganda, (XII) 15; and the religious mind, (XII) 321; as resistance to change, (XIII) 4; and self-

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See also Awareness; Incentive Injustice: and explanations, (XI) 147 Inner: as the unconscious, (XII) 70, 111. See also Inner and outer Inner and outer: awareness of, (XV) 242-43; conflict, (XIII) 179-80; and conflict, (XII) 129; disorder, (XV) 326, 329; as interrelated, (XVII) 198; as one, (XII) 134-35; (XIII) 51-52, 284; (XV) 47; (XVII) 2; and the religious mind, (XIII) 156-57; as unitary process, (XII) 90. See also Inward and outward Inner and outer space, (XIV) 297. See also Inward and outward Inner and outer worlds: as interrelated, (XIII) 128 Inner comprehension: and the religious mind, (XII) 95 Inner law, (l) 153; and enslavement, (l) 3; rashness for, (l) 3. See also Authority Inner life and worldly life: as related, (XV) 192, 195. See also Inner and outer Inner poverty: See Emptiness Inner problems: defining, (XII) 218. See also Inner and outer; Problems Inner revolution: and right relationship, (XVII) 191. See also Change; Revolution “Inner voice”: as source of action, (XII) 66 Innocence: and aloneness, (XIII) 228; (XVII) 227; and creation, (XIV) 197; and death, (XVII) 172, 173, 236; and dying to the old, (XVII) 173; and freedom from sorrow, (XVII) 186; and freedom from what is, (VIII) 33; and the free mind, (VIII) 29; futility of cultivating, (X) 64; and “I don’t know”, (XI) 391; and immortality, (XVII) 172; importance of, (XIV) 214; and looking at violence, (XVII) 171; and the negative approach, (XI) 188; and peace, (VIII) 130; and reality, (VIII) 38; and simplicity, (XV) 293; state of, (XI) 342, 368; (XIV) 202-3; untouched by thought, (XVII) 170, 171; and virtue, (VII) 264; and wisdom, (VII) 118-19. See also Empty mind; Humility; Innocency; Innocent mind; Meditation; Mind; New; New mind; Quiet mind; Simplicity Innocency: and action, (XVI) 228; defining, (XIII) 303; and freedom from fear, (XIII) 173; learning the sense of, (XVI) 229; and meditation, (XIII) 265; and silence, (XIII) 210-11. See also Humility; Innocence; Innocent mind; New Innocent mind: and the absence of conflict, (XII) 129; and the absence of method, (XI) 137; and the absence of psychological time, (XIV) 202; achieving, (X) 43; (XIV) 33; and authority, (XII) 295; and clarity, (XII) 207; defining, (XI) 346; (XIII) 265; (XVI) 186; and discovery of the new, (XIII) 186; and the discovery of the true, (XIV) 214, 216; and dying to the past, (XIII) 171; and experience, (XV) 288-89; versus experience, (XIII) 323-24; and freedom from despair, (XIII) 220; and freedom from knowledge, (XII) 35; and freedom from the past, (XI) 223; (XIII) 207, 208; and God, (XII) 103; and the immeasurable, (XIII) 222; (XIV) 6; and learning, (XIII) 245-46, 248; and love, (XI) 10; (XIV) 153; (XVII) 234; meaning of, (XIII) 212; and the religious mind, (XIII) 208; as silent, (XIII) 176; and sorrow, (XIV) 27; and spontaneity, (XIII) 332; state of, (XVII) 277; and the timeless, (XIV) 37, 39; and truth, (XI) 268, 271; and the unknown, (XI) 368. See also Free mind; Humility; Innocence; Innocency; Mind; New; New mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind; Serious mind; Silent mind; Still mind; Virtue Inquiry, (IX) 268-71; and the absence of fear, (XVII) 161; versus acceptance, (IX) 179; and action, (IX) 268-69; approach to, (XI) 291; art of, (XIV) 279; and attention, (XII) 215-16; (XVII) 177; attitudes to, (XI) 289; without authority, (XI) 158; and belief, (XIII) 29; capacity for, (XIII) 100; and the center, (XIII) 13; and challenge and response, (XIII) 21; and change, (XII) 293; commitment to, (XVII) 215-16; and conclusion, (X) 233-34; and conditioning, (IX) 283; conditions for, (XV) 4-5; and the confused mind, (XVI) 165; as a constant need, (X) 37; into contradiction, (XI) 264, 267; (XV) 310; into death, (XII) 315-17; into decline, (XIV) 67; defining, (XV) 5; into deterioration, (XIV) 29-30; difficulty of, (IX) 177; (X) 168-69; and discipline, (X) 248; and discontent, (VII) 21112; (X) 217; and discovery, (XIII) 62; (XVI) 293; versus dogma, (XIII) 113; and duty, (VII) 237; and energy, (XII) 111; (XIV) 112-13; and envy, (X) 242; and escape, (X) 130; and fact, (XIV) 266; and fear, (XIII) 39; feeling and verbal, (XI) 72; as foundation for meditation, (XII) 311-12; and freedom, (XI) 215-17; (XIV) 16-17; (XV) 4-5, 228; (XVI) 77; (XVII) 218; as freedom, (VII) 6970; (IX) 184-85; and freedom from background, (XIII) 315; and freedom from ideals, (XIII) 107; and freedom from the past, (XIII) 333-34; and freedom of the self, (X) 40; and the free mind, (X) 32, 33, 261-62; (IX) 212; (XVII) 52; and God, (X) 102-3; as good, (X) 125; and the good mind, (XII)

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See also Answers; Examination; Exploration; Investigation; Mind; Observation; Problems; Questioning; Seeking; Skepticism Insane mind: and problems, (XII) 11. See also Dull mind; Mind Insanity: analyzing, (III) 6-7 Insecurity, (XIII) 12; and freedom from habit, (IX) 107; and intelligence, (XV) 31; without neurosis, (XVII) 252; and spirituality, (IX) 218; understanding escape, (IV) 32; and violence, (XV) 299-300. See also Comfort; Fear; Security Insensitive: versus attentive, (XIV) 88. See also Sensitivity Insensitivity: and alert passive awareness, (IV) 199; and attention, (XIII) 84-85; and callousness, (XVII) 267; and the conscious mind, (X) 151-52; cultivating, (X) 134; and habit, (VIII) 79-80; (XII) 46; and suppressing, (X) 236. See also Compassion; Conformity; Dullness; Sensitivity Inside and outside: existence of, (XV) 138; observing, (XIII) 331-32; as one, (XIII) 332; as one conflict, (XIV) 72-73. See also Inner and outer; Inward and outward Inspiration: by Masters, (IV) 40-41; need for, (IV) 21; from religious ritual, (IX) 156. See also Stimulation Instant action: and ending conflict, (XVI) 99; as instant mutation, (XVI) 171. See also Action; Immediate Instant mutation: as instant action, (XVI) 171. See also Immediate; Mutation Instinct: and fear, (XII) 47 Institutions: necessary for the technical, (V) 100; as separatist, (V) 2-3. See also Organizations Insufficiency: and desire, (XV) 63-64, 67; as a problem, (XII) 11, 13; understanding, (III) 185 Integrated human being: defining, (VII) 158-60 Integrated individual: and education, (V) 104 Integrated life: and a new culture, (VIII) 266-68 Integrated mind, (X) 152; and influence, (VII) 219; and problems, (X) 121 Integrated revolution: See Total revolution Integrated understanding: and world problems, (III) 181 Integrated view, (VII) 320-21; and problem solving, (VII) 321-22 Integration, (IV) 38-39; and absence of fear, (VII) 319-21; and action, (V) 86-88; of conscious and unconscious, (VII) 18; and contradiction, (XIII) 229-30; (XVI) 225; versus contradiction, (IX) 6; versus disintegration, (VIII) 324; and fragmentation, (XVI) 295; and freedom from conflict, (VII) 18019; as futile, (XV) 178; (XVI) 237; and intelligence, (VII) 157-59; meaning of, (VIII) 158; nonexistence of, (XIV) 14; and relationship, (VI) 71; versus separation, (VII) 161; of thinker and the thought, (VII) 22; and thought, (VI) 202-3; versus total action, (XV) 63; and understanding, (V) 324. See also Awareness; Whole Integrity: defining, (XIII) 26; as a quality of the new mind, (XII) 294; 297, 298; understanding, 294. See also Intuition Intellect, (III) 170; (VII) 251-53; authority of, (XVII) 33; and change, (VII) 8-9; as corrupter of feeling, (XI) 237; and dealing with problems, (XVI) 140; deceptiveness of, (XVI) 248; and disharmony, (IV) 122; and energy, (XVI) 244; failure of, (IV) 83; and feeling, (XI) 72, 261; function of, (XI) 216-17; as hindrance, (IV) 4; as hindrance to solutions, (XI) 42; and love, (XV) 165; as the mechanical mind, (VII) 283-84; narrowing of, (XVII) 129; and pleasure, (XV) 140-42; and problems, (XVII) 49; and the problem of ending conflict, (XVI) 96; and the problem of sex, (V) 97; and the problem of war, (XVI) 11-12; smothering of, (XV) 72; as superficial, (XI) 274; and words, (XVI) 13; worship of, (XII) 299-300. See also Energy; Ideas;

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See also Mind Intellectual agreement: versus understanding, (XIII) 63-64 Intellectual capacity: versus intellectual conception, (XVII) 207. See also Intellectual Intellectual contact: and emotional contact, (XIII) 13435 Intellectualism: as a hindrance to love, (VIII) 40 Intellectual mind: as hindrance, (VIII) 188-89 Intellectual process: versus understanding desire, (XV) 17-18. See also Intellect Intellectuals, (X) 175-76; and acceptance of the immediate, (XIII) 168; and belonging, (XIII) 9394; and conflict, (XII) 239; and formulas, (V) 7273; and the religious mind, (XIII) 275; understanding as hindrance, (V) 273; and words, (XII) 286. See also Authority; Ideas; Knowledge; Specialists Intellectual understanding: (VI) 17; versus direct relationship, (XVII) 222. See also Intellectual Intellectual writers: and despair, (XVI) 93. See also Intellectual; Intellectuals Intelligence, (l) 184-85; (II) 34, 43, 51-52, 58, 62-63, 81, 109; (III) 76; (IV) 68-69, 77-78; (VII) 188-90, 216-17; (XII) 7-10; and the absence of fear, (VIII) 85; achieving, (II) 93, 118; (XVII) 124; and achieving freedom, (XV) 14; through action, (II) 177-78; of aloneness, (II) 120, 125; as anonymous, (XI) 264-65; and authority, (VII) 67-68; awakening of, (II) 19; and awareness, (III) 170-71; and awareness of the superficial, (XIV) 214; and beauty, (XIV) 223; and the better life, (V) 93; and capacity, (XI) 3; and choiceless awareness, (VIII) 180; versus cleverness, (VIII) 75; and collective, (VI) 296; and comparison, (VIII) 44; versus compulsion, (III) 80-81; and conflict, (IV) 10-11; and consolation, (II) 231; and creative living, (II) 98; and culture, (l) 159; defining, (III) 95; (IV) 60, 65; (VII) 135, 189; (XI) 133, 196, 336; (XII) 14445, 321; (XIV) 2; (XVI) 139; (XVII) 238; and dependency, (II) 89; destruction of, (II) 176; and discipline, (V) 256-59; (VI) 257-59; versus discipline, (VII) 146-47; and the discipline of learning, (XIV) 146; divided, (IV) 70; versus the dull mind, (V) 131-32; in educating children, (IX) 108; and education, (VII) 157-59; (VIII) 12, 7374; and emptiness, (II) 77-78; and the empty mind, (XVII) 71; as energy, (VI) 288; (XV) 291-93; and environment, (II) 60, 68; and escape from problems, (XVII) 51; and experiencing the real, (IV) 73; and exploitation, (II) 46-47; and fact, (XI) 345; versus faith, (VII) 205; and fear, (II) 226; (VIII) 62; and freedom, (VIII) 84; and freedom from fear, (XI) 176; and fulfillment, (II) 187-88, 196; and function of education, (V) 104; and harmony, (II) 166-67; and immortality, (II) 109; and influences, (XIII) 178; and the inner and outer world, (II) 75; and inquiry, (VII) 70-71; (XI) 133; and intellect, (l) 115-16; versus intellect, (III) 63; and interest, (V) 130; versus knowledge, (IX) 11; and learning, (XI) 109; living with, (XIV) 145; and living without comparison, (XVII) 30; and love, (XVII) 242; meaning of, (VII) 119-20; (VIII) 46, 60; and meditation, (XIII) 323, 324; (XVII) 193; and meeting daily problems, (VII) 82; and natural life, (II) 17; necessity to understand, (VII) 134-35; and negative thinking, (XIV) 265; and organizations, (l) 185-86; and personal understanding, (II) 179; and problem solving, (VI) 332-33; as the product of freedom, (VII) 76; and purpose in life, (XVI) 255; through questioning, (II) 149-50; and quiet, (XVI) 269-70; and relationship, (V) 293; (VII) 136; and role of education, (VII) 59-61, 63-64; roots of, (IV) 65-66; and self-awareness, (VI) 284; and selfconsciousness, (V) 130; and self-protectiveness, (IV) 64-65; and sensitivity, (XIV) 143-44, 145, 146; (XV) 7, 15; (XVI) 206; and sensitivity and insensitivity, (XVII) 267; and simplicity, (III) 3132; (V) 245-46; and social order, (III) 66-67; and specialization, (V) 255; and stupidity, (II) 118; and suffering, (II) 89; and teachers, (II) 79; and total action, (XVII) 119; and truth, (II) 75; and understanding desire, (XV) 21; and understanding disorder, (XVII) 239-40; and understanding problems, (XIV) 179; as understanding of sorrow, (IV) 175; as unique, (II) 139; and vocation, (VII) 85. See also Awareness; Discontent; Fear; Intellect; Intellectual; Intellectual mind; Knowledge; Love; New mind; Reality; Self-knowledge; Truth Intelligent awareness: and the absence of apprehension, (XII) 6-7 Intelligent happiness: See Fulfillment Intelligent mind: achieving, (XII) 145; and dividing life, (XII) 22. See also Mind; New mind Intensity: and attention, (XVI) 14; and communication, (XV) 2, 81; and communion, (XIV) 27, 114; (XV) 62; (XVI) 140; and desire, (XII) 149; and destruction, (XII) 212-13; expression of, (XVI) 208; and gratification, (XVII) 64; loss of, (XIV) 96-97; as passion, (XII) 226; (XV) 225; and seeing

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See also Authority; Comparison Interpreter: and dreams, (IX) 60; versus truth, (X) 227. See also Authority Interpreters: versus original experiencers, (X) 161. See also Authority Interrelationships: and guilt, (IV) 3; of problems of existence, (IV) 179. See also Relationship Interval(s): between action and time, (XIV) 149-50; between challenge and response, (XVI) 208; conflict in, (XVII) 221; and contradiction, (XV) 179; and fear, (XVII) 72; between perception and action, (V) 299-301; and the process of thinking, (XVI) 233; between the question and answer, (XIV) 292-93; and silence, (XVI) 197; and space, (XV) 270; as static, (XVII) 89; and thinking, (XV) 265-66; between thoughts, (VII) 222; (XVI) 189; between thoughts, as timeless, (V) 119; and time, (XV) 212, 214; (XVI) 21-22, 268; (XVII) 75; between what is and ‘what should be’, (XV) 182. See also Observer and the observed; Quiet mind; Space; Thought Intimation: See Intuition Introspection: and action, (IV) 112-13; and awareness, (IV) 142; defining, (III) 178-79; (IV) 201-2; as process of tyranny, (IV) 112; understanding, (XVII) 252 Introversion: and the need for self-awareness, (III) 221-23 Intuition, (l) 59, 60-61; (II) 23-24, 71, 74; (III) 27; (IX) 150; and consciousness, (V) 234-35; defining, (II) 23, 67; (XII) 10; and desire, (VI) 319; desire for, (XIII) 294; and distrust of the word, (XVI) 236; as intelligence, (II) 67; meaning of, (VI) 319; and past experience, (II) 67; and reason, (II) 24; and wish fulfillment, (V) 235. See also Belief; Instinct; Understanding Invention: and creation, (XII) 64; versus creation, (XV) 47; versus creativity, (XIV) 269. See also Machines; Progress; Science Investigation: of authority, (XIII) 123; into death, (XIII) 99-100; and energy, (XV) 317-18; and freedom, (XV) 20-21; of freedom, (XVI) 113-14; and freedom from fear, (XVII) 2; and the freedom to inquire, (XV) 157; freedom to pursue, (XVI) 7980; and the free mind, (VIII) 263-64; need for, (XII) 100; and the need for freedom, (XVII) 105; and nonacceptance, (XV) 343; and the past, (XVI) 89-90; and thought, (XVI) 168; and the wasting of energy, (XV) 235; and will, (XVI) 96. See also Examination; Inquiry; Observation; Questioning; Seeking; Skepticism Inward and outward: awareness, (XVII) 225; and the cessation of conflict, (XV) 42, 47; conflict, (XVII) 42; and contradiction, (XV) 310, 313-14; contradiction between, (XVII) 32; crises, (XVII) 195; fear of, (XV) 101; as one, (XII) 231; (XIII) 267-68; (XIV) 167; (XV) 85; order, (XII) 189-90; (XV) 296-97; (XVII) 190; order and disorder, (XV) 198-99; problems, (XIII) 213; security, (XVII) 243; as a single state, (XII) 57; violence, (XVII) 255. See also Inner and outer Inward and outward movement: awareness of, (XVII) 14. See also Inward and outward Inward and outward order: as one, (XVI) 48. See also Order Inward authority, (XII) 144; defining, (XII) 234. See also Authority; Inner Inward awareness: defining, (VII) 116. See also Awareness Inward battles: and conflict, (XIII) 284 Inward challenge: and outward response, (XV) 129. See also Challenge; Inner and outer Inward condition, (III) 127-28 Inward movement: and change, (XII) 291-92; defining, (XII) 171-72; through understanding the outward, (XIV) 2. See also Inward and outward Inward poverty: and craving, (III) 214; escape fro m, (VI) 200-201 Inward revolution: and action, (XIII) 328; of the conscious and unconscious, (XIII) 215; and the field of consciousness, (XI) 310-11; problem of, (IX) 25; and the scientific spirit, (XII) 169; versus war momentum, (VIII) 262. See also Change; Meditation; Mutation; Psychological revolution; Psychological structure of society; Revolution; Total Revolution; Transformation; Truth Inward security, (XII) 235; and conflict, (VI) 191; (XIV) 81; and the invention of gods, (XIV ) 130; search for, (VI) 269-70; and technique, (V) 201. See also Self-knowledge Inward state: and outward war, (V) 14-15. See also Conflict ‘I’-process, (III) 7-8, 35-36, 86-88; and consciousness, (III) 64-65; (XI) creation of, (XI) 169; and individual experience, (III) 83-84; and need for elimination, (IV) 57-58; and permanency, (III) 2628; and religious versus scientific view, (III) 86; and suffering, (III) 71-72; understanding, (III) 10-

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See also Belief; Systems Isolation, (VI) 221; and the absence of belief, (XVI) 257; versus aloneness, (XIV) 117; (XVI) 38; and belief, (VI) 253-54; and conflict, (V) 30; (XIII) 277; defining, (VI) 74-75; and delusion, (III) 231; and dependence, (IX) 63; (XVI) 119-20; and the desire for security, (XI) 321; and destruction, (VI) 281-82; and the discovery of beauty, (XII) 156; and domination, (V) 303; versus emptiness, (XIV ) 207-8; and escape from boredom, (XIV) 219-20; and family relationship, (V) 17-18; (VI) 86-88; and fear, (XIV) 153; fear of, (X) 5-6; (XII) 60-61, 280; through fear, (VI) 174; as hindrance to selfknowledge, (IX) 138-39; as hindrance to understanding, (V) 323-25; impossibility of, (IV) 146; (V) 154-56; (IX) 148; and individual as the world, (V) 179; and insensitivity, (XVI) 99; living with, (XII) 271-72; and loneliness, (XII) 315; and marriage, (V) 175; and the mind, (VI) 280-82; national, (IV) 193; and the need for religion, (VIII) 314; as non-existent, (VIII) 293; (X) 148; (XI) 343-44; and the problem, (VIII) 190-91; process of, (XII) 87-89; and relationship(s), (V) 59-61, 165, 228-29; (VI) 208; (VIII) 336; (XIII) 281; from relationships, (III) 155-56; and religion, (XIV) 220; and resistance, (IX) 3; as self-imposed, (XIV) 116; and self-knowledge, (V) 74, 238, 335; and the still mind, (VI) 161; and thought, (XIV) 191; and word, (V) 52-54. See also Alone; Aloneness; Awareness; Emptiness; Loneliness; Resistance; Sorrow Italy: See Authority; Conditioning; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems “It may be possible”: and the new mind, (XII) 52-54. See also Authority; Conditioning; “I do not know”; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems Japan: See Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems Jargon: and the use of words, (XII) 275 Jealousy, (l) 80; and action, (XVI) 268-69; and approach to feelings, (XIII) 236-37; and change, (XI) 124; and the feeling without the word, (XII) 241; as an idea, (XV) 90-91; immediate freedom from, (XV) 159; and love, (XV) 74; (XVII) 203; perception of, (XII) 181; and psychological dependence, (XIII) 110-11; understanding, (VIII) 110; (XV) 170; and the word, (XIII) 197-98. See also Comparison; Envy; Love Jesus: as escape, (XII) 201. See also Authority; Background; Conditioning; Identification; Religion; Religious mind; Visions; Words Jewish: See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; Religion; Words Job(s): and competition, (XIV) 206; and education, (VIII) 57-58, 60, 67, 74, 75-76, 79, 85, 97; security in, (XIV) 81, 133. See also Livelihood; Work Journalists: role of, (IV) 93. See also Experts; Media; Propaganda Journey: within, (XIII) 125 Joy: achieving, (XVI) 226; and achieving technique, (V) 145-46; achieving through freedom, (IV) 49; and appreciating the moment, (VIII) 88; and attempt to maintain, (V) 250; communication of, (XVII) 125; versus the continuity of pleasure, (XV) 312; as creation, (IV) 196; destruction of, (IV) 119; without duality, (III) 114; as immediate, (VII) 100-101; (XVII) 69, 114; and innocency, (XVI) 228; and meditation, (XVI) 30, 32; and the need for simplicity, (XIII) 157, 159; versus pleasure, (XV) 140; and the purpose of life, (V) 2123; through self-discovery, (III) 235-37; and sorrow, (III) 112; as spontaneity, (III) 137; and suffering, (XIII) 312-13; and total awareness, (XVI) 71; through understanding pleasure, (XVII) 123. See also Ecstasy; Enjoyment; Happiness; Love; Meditation; Reality; Sorrow; Truth Joyful moments: and self-forgetfulness, (IV) 69 Judgement: destructiveness of, (IV) 84; as hindrance to learning, (XIV) 239; as hindrance to understanding, (X) 3. See also Comparison; Competition; Condemnation; Envy; Experience; Opinion Judgmental: See Condemnation Jung: and the search for answers, (XV) 106; and the unconscious, (XV) 218 Jungians: and new approaches, (XII) 155. See also Psychiatry Justice: as legislation, (X) 201. See also Law Justification: See Acquisitiveness; Comparison; Condemnation; Conflict; Envy; Experience; Opinion Juvenile delinquency, (IX) 86-87; roots of, (X) 4-5. Se also Children Juvenile mind: as hindrance to exploring, (XV) 3. See also Dull mind; Mind; Quiet mind Karma, (III) 171-72, 173; (IV) 50; (VI) 122-23; (X) 14, 190; and action, (II) 229; (XV) 132; awareness of, (III) 135; and cause and effect, (VI) 67-70; (X) 221-23; versus cause and effect, (XV) 32; definition of, (II) 66; and escape from suffering, (XIII) 310; and the fear of death, (XII) 160; freedom from, (X) 222-23; and limited action, (II) 166; meaning of, (XI) 91; as passive acceptance, (VII) 124-25 Killing: and creativity, (IV) 25-26; and dualistic thought, (IV) 2-3; as duty, (VII) 123; as the greatest crime, (IV) 23; and human progress,

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(VIII) 99; and image, (XVI) 44; justification of, (IV) 16; and nonviolence, (XV) 334; and the protection of evolution, (XVI) 265; refusal to participate in, (XV) 327-29; rejection of, (XVI) 3; speaking out against, (XVI) 7-8; understanding the desire for, (VII) 145. See also Criminal instinct; Society; State; Violence; War Kindness, (VII) 240; and intention, (V) 32 Know-how: and challenge and response, (XII) 309; and mechanical knowledge, (XII) 306. See also Inventions; Machines; Progress; Science Knowing: as constant movement, (XI) 392-93; as constant process, (XI) 377; defining, (XI) 268-69; versus feeling, (XI) 145-46, 147; as hindrance to listening, (XVI) 140; versus “I know”, (XI) 270, 305; and knowledge, (XI) 337; versus knowledge, (XII) 34, 36-37; (XIII) 302; versus learning, (XV) 110-11; and loneliness, (XI) 236; meaning of, (XII) 155; oneself, (XI) 249-51; as the present, (XII) 37; (XIV) 138; process of, (XII) 7, 280; significance, (XI) 299-300; as timeless, (XI) 36263; two ways of, (XII) 292; versus understanding, (XI) 185. See also Knowledge; Known; Selfknowing “Knowing” and “not-knowing”: states of 121-22 Knowledge, (l) 143-44; (II) 67; (VII) 102-4, 309-11; (XI) 265, 268-71, 335-40, 379-83; (XIII) 79, 8082; accumulating, (XVII) 230-31; and accumulation, (l) 136-37, 144; (IV) 200; (XI) 390, 393; (XV) 343; accumulation of, (III) 136; (IX) 85, 167; (XIII) 255, 268, 290; (XIV) 79-80; (XVI) 231-32; as the accumulation of information, (XV) 150; accumulation of the known, (IX) 111-113; as the accumulation of the past, (XIII) 118-19; as an accumulative process, (XII) 198; and acting, (X) 46; acting from, (XVI) 73; and action, (VI) 265; adding to, (XIV) 287; and authority, (VII) 52; (IX) 278; (XI) 225-26; (XII) 236; (XIII) 245; as authority, (XIV) 18; as barrier to learning, (IX) 196; and belief, (VI) 253, 257, 317-19; as burden, (X) 9; and burden of the past, (VII) 322-23; 325; and the center, (XV) 146; as the center of action, (XI) 343; and change, (VIII) 162-63; (XVII) 268; and communication, (VIII) 275-76; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 258; and the conditioned state, (VIII) 147-48, 276; and conflict, (VI) 33739; and the conscious, (XI) 163; and continuity, (XIII) 174; (XVI) 243; and the creation of problems, (XII) 7-10, 72; and creative fulfillment, (l) 132; and daily life, (III) 174; defining, (VI) 2223, 208-9; (VII) 226-27; (XIII) 245-46, 249; (XIV) 238; (XV) 51; (XVII) 21; and destruction of the new, (X) 266; as deteriorating fact, (VII) 11718; and discipline, (XIV ) 240; and education, (VI) 55; (VIII) 321; and electronic brains, (XII) 303; as essential, (VII) 227; and experience, (VIII) 18283; (X) 23, 144-45, 218-19; exploring, (X) 259-62; as fragmented, (XIV) 212; and freedom, (XI) 376; (XIII) 292; (XIV ) 16, 86; freedom from, (VIII) 215; (X) 21, 252, 261-62; and freedom from the known, (XIII) 269-70; and freedom of the mind, (IX) 173; and the free mind, (VIII) 254-55; versus the fresh mind, (X) 86; function of, (XV) 13-14; (XVII) 46; and function of material things, (XIV) 151; and habit(s), (XI) 299-300; (XIII) 240; as hindrance, (VI) 348-49; (VIII) 229, 254, 255; as hindrance and necessity, (XIV) 107; as hindrance to attention, (IX) 276; as hindrance to creativity, (V) 232-33; as hindrance to discovery, (IX) 39; as hindrance to freedom, (XI) 378; (XII) 35; (XIII) 123; as hindrance to free thought, (X) 19; as hindrance to inquiry, (IX) 182-83; as hindrance to knowing, (XII) 34, 37; as hindrance to the new, (XIV) 228; as hindrance to perception, (X) 86-87; as hindrance to reality, (VII) 254; as hindrance to religion, (X) 186; as hindrance to self-knowledge, (XIII) 193; as hindrance to self-observation, (XV) 54; as hindrance to truth, (VIII) 269; (X) 2-3; as hindrance to understanding, (VIII) 214-15, 235; and identification, (X) 76; and “I don’t know”, (XV) 23; importance of, (XIII) 219-20; (XV) 2; increase of, (XIV) 16; versus intelligence, (VII) 134, 189-90; as invention, (XII) 77, 80; inward and outward, (XII) 9-10; versus knowing, (XI) 249-50; and the known, (XI) 192; versus the known, (IX) 238; and learning, (X) 172-73, 212-13; (XI) 1-2, 60-61, 213, 304; (XII) 1-2, 158; (XIV) 170-71; (XV) 111, 247-48; (XVI) 213; versus learning, (XIII) 26, 111, 131; (XVII) 211-12; as limited, (XI) 375; and listening, (XVI) 197; and living in the past, (XVI) 205; and looking at the image, (XVII) 210-11; and loss of feeling, (l) 174; mechanical, (VIII) 269; (XI) 298; as mechanical, (XII) 63; and mechanical time, (XII) 317; as memory, (VII) 246-47; versus mental clarity, (IX) 278; and the mind, (XI) 280; (XIV ) 230; and naming, (XIII) 280; as necessary to daily life, (XIV) 214; and the new mind, (XII) 114; (XIII) 53; observing with, (XVI) 201; and observation, (XIII) 299; and the past, (XII) 7, 10, 321-22; (XVI) 20, 239; (XVII) 245; as the past, (XIV) 138; (XV) 247; as of the past, (XIII) 302-3; as past experience, (X) 205; and the past and future, (XI) 226; and permanency, (XII) 105; and the petty mind, (IX) 264; and pleasure, (XV) 233; and positive thinking, (IX) 180; and power, (XII) 271; and problems, (XIV) 178; process of, (XI) 362; as process of recognition, (XI) 184, 246; and the process of thinking, (XI) 33; and the process of thought, (XIII) 287-88; and questioning, (XV) 257; without reaction, (XIV) 205; and reality, (V) 357; reason for importance of, (VII) 9; and recognition, (XII) 37; (XIII) 97, 198; and the relationship between technical and psychological, (XVII) 31; and the religious mind, (XII) 325; and renunciation, (IX) 244; and response, (XIV ) 13637; and the restless mind, (VIII) 320; role of, (XI) 7-8; scientific, (VII) 117-18; (XVI) 261; and the scientist, (XII) 112; and the search for God, (IX) 38-39; and security, (IX) 20; (XI) 250; (XIII) 122;

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See also Accumulation; Authority; Books; Intellect; Intellectual; Memory; Mind; Past; Wisdom Knowledge, action, and love: contradictions between, (XIII) 45 Known, (IX) 158-59; and the absence of the new, (XVII) 35; and accumulation, (VII) 319; and action, (XVI) 174-75, 177, 180; and approach to the unknown, (XV) 129, 130; and attention, (XI) 288; and change, (X) 137-38; and clinging to, (XVI) 62-63; and conflict, (XIII) 290; and confusion, (XVI) 164; and continuity, (XIII) 31819; (XVII) 149; and death, (IX) 158; defining, (X) 98; (XIII) 302; (XVII) 80, 81; denial of, (XIII) 149; desire for continuity of, (V) 126-27; (XIII) 318; and deterioration of the mind, (IX) 190; and discipline, (XIII) 81; and drugs, (XIV) 159; dying to, (XI) 393; (XIV) 32; (XVII) 151, 172; and experience, (XIII) 153-54; and fear, (XIII) 104, 137; and fear of death, (VII) 331-32; (VIII) 308-9; (X) 61; (XIII) 203, 258, 319; (XVII) 74; and fear of losing, (IX) 288; (XIV) 213; (XV) 231, 320; (XVI) 155, 243; (XVII) 74, 236, 277; and fear of the unknown, (VII) 306; and the field of time, (XI) 65-67; as fixed, (XI) 198; freedom from, (VIII) 257; (X) 87; (XI) 53, 171, 200-201, 247; (XIII) 98, 290, 291; (XIV) 105; (XVI) 82; function of, (XIII) 290; and God, (IX) 228; as hell, (VII) 332; as hindrance to change, (X) 138; as hindrance to discovery, (IX) 245; as hindrance to the unknown, (IX) 53; and ideal, (X) 118; and images, (XVII) 80, 81; and immortality, (VIII) 246; and knowledge, (VIII) 321; and learning, (X) 212; letting go of, (IX) 53; and life, (XI) 191-92; and memory, (IX) 110-13; (XVII) 13; and the mind, (VIII) 323; (IX) 92, 217-18, 231-32, 248-49, 26162; (X) 43; (XI) 39-40, 82, 281-82; (XVII) 80, 81; need to be free from, (XIII) 207-8; as old, (XI) 96; and the past, present, and future, (XII) 322; and the positive approach, (XI) 188; as preferable to the unknown, (XIV) 152; and recognition, (XI) 246; (XIII) 97; and the recognizable, (XIII) 209-10; and religion, (VIII) 182-84; and the religious mind, (XII) 324-25; and revolution, (XI) 71-72, 386; and the search for God, (X) 159-60; and the search for the unknown, (XIV) 196-97; seeking, (XVII) 170; and sociological revolution, (XVII) 10; and thought, (VIII) 205-6; (XVII) 143; as thought and feeling, (XIII) 155; as time, (XVI) 188; and truth, (VIII) 185; and the unconscious, (XVII) 59-60; versus the unknowable, (X) 51; and the unknown, (V) 232; 215, 277-78; (X) 272; (XII) 160-61, 163; (XVI) 164; and worship, (IX) 110; as yesterday, (XII) 161. See also Accumulation; Continuity; Death; God; Knowledge; ‘Me’; Mind; Religion; Self; Time; Unknown; Will Known and the unknown: and consciousness, (XI) 385; and the free mind, (XIII) 338; and knowledge, (XIII) 288; movement from, (XIII) 98; and selfknowledge, (IX) 255 Koran: See Authority; Background; Belief; Books; Conditioning; Divisions; God; Knowledge; Power; Propaganda; Religion; Religious mind; Visions; Words Krishna, (III) 237. See also Authority; Background; Conditioning; Divisions; Religion; Religious mind; Society; Visions; World problems Labeling: See Naming; Verbalization Labels: acceptance of, (XV) 338; and authority, (V) 184; and awareness of emotion, (V) 311-14; and belief, (V) 306-7; as cause of conflict, (X) 202; and disorder, (XV) 328; freedom from, (X) 201; and true religion, (V) 77; worship of, (V) 106-7, See also Identification; Naming; Words Labor: problem of, (XVII) 127-28. See also Industrial society; Leisure Land: redistribution of, (VII) 202-3 Language: and the effect of translation, (XVII) 222; and memory, (XVII) 106; need for one world, (XVII) 258, 263. See also Communication; Unity of mankind Laughter: and sorrow, (XI) 284. See also Despair; Feelings Law: and authority, (XIV) 19; (XV) 44; (XVI) 17; (XVII) 33, 36-38; and friendliness, (X) 188; and the need for authority, (XV) 322; obedience to, (XIV) 247; and order and disorder, (XVII) 246; and patriotism, (II) 42; versus right profession, (X) 263; as social detriment, (VI) 106-7. See also Order; Society Lawlessness: world, (XVII) 215. See also Law Laws: and values, (l) 185-86. See also Legislation Lawyers: social role of, (V) 143. See also Livelihood; Professions Laziness, (l) 42-43; (III) 137, 239; (XIII) 138-41, 143; and action, (XVI) 74; and belief, (XVI) 254, 25556; and conflict, (XVI) 153; facing the fact of, (XIV) 113; versus inertia, (XVI) 27; inward, (XV) 200; and passivity, (XII) 206; reasons for, (VIII) 71; understanding the structure of, (XVII) 124; and world problems, (XVI) 71-72. See also Leisure

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See also Dull mind; Laziness; Mind; New mind; Petty mind Leader(s), (l) 150-51; (V) 151-52; (VI) 2; absence of, (XIV) 3; and absence of self-awareness, (V) 80; and an approach to problems, (VIII) 9; and change, (VIII) 251-52; and concern with the immediate, (XIII) 62-63; and conflict, (X) 173-75; and confusion, (V) 66-67; (VI) 242; (VIII) 201-2; (IX) 274-75; (XIII) 88, 89; and the creation of patterns, (XII) 16; versus the creative, (XIII) 3; and creativeness, (VI) 308-9; as dangers, (V) 183; (XIII) 209; and dependency, (II) 26-27; and the desire for security, (VIII) 82; and desire to be saved, (IV) 102-3; as destructive, (IX) 128; and divisions, (II) 91; economic, political, and religious, (VIII) 248-49; as escape, (X) 7; and exploitation, (II) 39; (V) 47-48; (X) 168; as exploiter, (l) 148; as expression of confusion, (V) 22-23; as factors of social degradation, (IV) 107; failure of, (V) 218-19; (VII) 164-65; (VIII) 48, 4950; (XVII) 215-16; and false respect, (III) 68; and fear, (XII) 59; and followers, (l) 172-73; (II) 2627; (IV) 86, 94-95; (V) 103; (VI) 103-4; (X) 8-9; and following, (IX) 149-52; and freedom, (XI) 218; and guilt, (V) 277; as hindrance, (IV) 151, 152, 155; as hindrance to the truth, (XVII) 98; and influence, (l) 39-40; and lack of freedom, (VII) 109; as loveless, (XI) 45; and myth, (V) 57-58; need for, (l) 164; (III) 100; need to question, (IV) 132; and power, (V) 61; (XII) 27-28; and problems, (VII) 133-34; (VIII) 9; and problem solving, (VI) 332; reasons for need of, (V) 367-69; and revolution, (VIII) 247-48; search for, (VIII) 23; and self-knowledge, (VI) 156-57; versus selfliberation, (IV) 85; and social, political, and religious domination, (V) 102; and social structure, (l) 94; and truth, (II) 29; (VI) 133-34; and world problems, (XII) 49-50; and vested interests, (XI) 354-55; and world problems , (XI) 303; and world turmoil, (XI) 295. See also Authority; Education; Escape; Exploiter; Followers; Guru; Illusion; Leadership; Master; Priest; Religion; Savior; Society; Teacher; Truth Leadership, (l ) 74; and the absence of inquiry, (XIII) 11; and competition, (XII) 19; and corruption, (XIII) 1, 3. See also Authority; Leaders; Power; Society League of nations: as peace solution, (II) 209 Learning, (IX) 196-97, 238-39; (XI) 1-2, 79-82; (XII) 198-200; (XIV ) 238-44; (XVI) 213-19; and the absence of conflict, (XV) 343; and the absence of contradiction, (XV) 11; and the absence of despair, (XIV) 94; versus accumulating knowledge, (XV) 51, 146; versus accumulation, (XI) 250; (XIV) 6-7; versus acquiring, (XIII) 91; versus the acquisition of knowledge, (XIII) 245-46, 248-49; (XIV) 137; and action, (XV) 253, 255; (XVI) 150; (XVII) 22; as the active present, (XV) 343; (XVII) 177; as active process, (XI) 300; and the act of listening, (XV) 34; versus adjustment, (XV) 317; with attention and quietness, (XVI) 73; and the attentive mind, (XI) 38-40; and authority, (XI) 208; versus authority, (XV) 21-22; without authority, (XIV) 271; (XVI) 51-52; aversion to, (XV) 299; and change, (XV) 50; (XVI) 221; and communication, (XVI) 42; complexity of, (XVII) 245; versus concentration, (XI) 37-39; (XIII) 20-21; without conclusions, (XI) 357-58; without condemning, (XI) 227; (XIV) 262-63; conditions for, (XII) 15758; versus conformity, (XIV) 240; as a constant process, (XV) 150; and creativity, (VIII) 320-22; and curiosity, (XIV) 287; defining, (VIII) 231-22; (XI) 1; (XIII) 245, 246-47, 249; (XIV) 27, 73, 238, 240; (XV) 9, 51; (XVII) 211-12; difficult art of, (XVII) 230-31; and discipline, (XIII) 80-82; (XIV ) 91-92, 144, 173; (XV) 68-70; (XVII) 58, 59, 108; as discipline, (XVI) 136-37, 150, 193; without division, (X) 197-98; through doing, (XV) 316; and dying to yesterday, (XI) 158; and the empty mind, (XII) 32-33; as endless, (XI) 392-93; and energy, (XIV) 170; and evolution of society, (XIV) 245; and experience, (XVI) 108-9; and fear, (XIII) 248; and forgetting, (XVI) 290; and freedom, (XIII) 111; and the free mind, (XI) 156; and the fresh mind, (XV) 3-4; and the function of society, (XV) 15; and the hindrance of accumulation, (XIV ) 7980; as hindrance to creativity, (V) 232-33; and humility, (XI) 98, 303, 305; (XII) 198-200; (XIII) 268, 270; (XIV) 89; (XVI) 145; (XVII) 274; versus ideology, (X) 197; and immediate maturity, (XVI) 73; and the impenetrable, (XI) 113; versus instruction, (XIV) 178, 204; and integrity, (XIII) 26; and knowledge, (XIII) 82; versus knowledge, (XI) 56, 60, 337-38; (XII) 280; (XV) 173-74, 242, 247-48; about laziness, (XIII) 138; and life, (XIV) 276; and listening, (XV) 2-3, 274; (XVI) 51; and love, (XIV) 173; (XV) 16; versus the machine mind, (XI) 108; meaning of, (XII) 1-2; (XVI) 53, 102-3; moment of, (IX) 240; as moment to moment, (XI) 29; motives for, (IV) 116-17; as movement, (XV) 13; (XVI) 111; and the new mind, (XII) 114; and the new society, (XV) 54; as noncumulative, (XIV) 171-72; as not additive, (XIII) 321; and not-knowing, (XII) 250; and observation, (XIV) 139; and obstruction, (XIV) 1, 2, 3-4; and pleasure, (XV) 70; versus power, (XII) 271; as the present, (XV) 247; and problems, (XIV) 178; (XV) 72; process of, (X) 172-73, 21213, 252-53; (XI) 213-14; (XII) 105-7, 280; (XIV) 53-54, 170-71; (XVI) 20; and relationship, (XVI) 52; without repetition, (XVI) 265; and the role of education, (IX) 225; about the self, (XV) 51-52; (XVI) 154; through self-exposure, (XVI) 226; and self-knowledge, (XI) 60-61; and sensitivity, (XV) 61-62; and silence, (XV) 252-53; (XVI) 236; state of, (XIII) 268-70; (XVI) 300-301; state of mind of, (XV) 110-11; and the state of not knowing, (XVI) 293; and being taught, (IX) 238, 240; versus being

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See also Compulsion; Discipline; Government; Laws; Society Leisure: and choice, (XVI) 9; and daily life, (l) 48-49; effects of, (XV) 95-96, 97; effects of more, (XIV) 203; and freedom, (XIII) 4-5; and human relationships, (XVII) 128; importance of, (XIII) 42; and laziness, (XIII) 138-39; versus the occupied mind, (XIII) 46; and pleasure, (XV) 165; and quietness, (XIII) 45; and responsibility, (VI) 105-6; and scientific progress, (XVI) 54; and selfawareness, (VI) 347-48; and society, (XVI) 122; and technological progress, (XIV) 162; and technology, (XV) 330; three possible effects of, (XVII) 167; and the uncontaminated mind, (XIII) 42-43. See also Technology Leisured: as instrument for revolution, (V) 62-63. See also Guides; Transformation Lenin: and the repetitive mind, (XV) 73 Liberated man, (l) 50 Liberation, (l) 36-37, 41-42, 65-66; (II) 69; achievement of, (l) 41; from conflict, (IV) 20; and escape, (l) 139; (II) 69; and ‘I’, (II) 69; as integrated whole, (II) 104, 163; and limitation, (III) 3, 4; and love, (XV) 35; and perception, (XII) 310; search for, (l) 78-79; (II) 69-70; and selfknowing, (XII) 248; without systems, (VIII) 7; through thought, (II) 129; from time, (IX) 173. See also Action; Conflict; Freedom; Happiness; Individual; Method; Self-knowledge; Time Liberty: desire for, (XIV) 135. See also Freedom Lies, (V) 320-22. See also False Life, (XI) 189-95, 314-19; and the absence of answers, (X) 167, 234; achieving the complete, (l ) 117-19; and action, (XI) 109, 111, 341, 343; as action, (XIII) 51; (XIV) 68, 70; (XV) 20, 62, 67, 168, 341, 344-45; (XVI) 173, 269, 271; as answerless, (XI) 367; approach to, (IX) 2, 281-83; approach to understanding, (X) 170-71; arguing with, (XII) 317-18; avoidance of, (XIV) 12; awareness of, (IX) 235; (X) 61; (XI) 334; as a battle, (XIV) 70; as a battlefield, (XVI) 213-14; as beautiful and ugly, (X) 134; without beginning or ending, (XI) 292, 353; and challenge, (XV) 22-23, 25; as challenge, (VIII) 268; as challenge and response, (V) 211-12; (XII) 68-69; (XV) 12, 17; (XVI) 122; (XVII) 2627, 111; change in, (XV) 133; as chaotic, (XI) 270; characterizing the condition of, (XVII) 109; as collective, (IX) 255; and communication, (XI) 1012; complexity of, (VIII) 58, 293; (XVII) 98; as complicated, (X) 259; and conflict, (XVI) 128, 202, 269; as conflict, (V) 263; (VIII) 327-28, 34142; (XIV) 126, 239; without conflict, (XIII) 17; conflict in, (XI) 257; and conflict of opposites, (IV) 21-22; as confusion, (IX) 257; consciousness of, (l) 32-33; as constant conflict, (XVII) 121; as constant movement, (VIII) 147; (X) 69; as constant struggle, (IV) 190; contact with, (XV) 33; as continuity, (VI) 147; as the continuity of existence, (XIV) 102; and continuity of thought, (XIV) 213; as continuous activity, (XIV) 232; without contradiction, (XVI) 153, 225-26; and contradiction in action, (XIV) 283; as death and living, (XV) 285; defining, (V) 20; (XI) 281; (XIII) 158; (XIV ) 33; and the demand for pleasure, (XVII) 181; denial of, (XV) 61; describing, (VI) 165; and despair, (XVII) 157; despair as, (XV) 27; difficulties of, (XI) 277; (XIII) 162; direct contact with, (XV) 75; and dis cipline, (XVI) 110; discontent with, (XVII) 40-41, 43; as disturbed, (VIII) 129-30; divided as action and non-action, (IX) 51; divided into action, devotion, knowledge, (XI) 245; divisions in, (XV) 284-85; as drab, (XIV) 155; as dull, (IX) 231-32; and dying to yesterday, (XI) 78; without effort, (XV) 126-27; as effortless, (XI) 210; as emptiness, (VI) 13; emptiness of, (XVII) 215-16; as endless movement, (VIII) 300; (XVII) 243; as energy, (XIV) 238; (XVI) 50; (XVII) 177; as eternal movement, (XI) 258; and the factor of pleasure, (XV) 141; without fear, (XVI) 109; fear of, (XIV) 255; (XVII) 277; and fear of death, (XVI) 178; feeling for, (XI) 42-43; as filled with conflict, (XIII) 257-58; as fragmentary, (XI) 238-39; fragmentation of, (XV) 62-63, 150; as fragmentation or as total, (XV) 107; as fragmented, (X) 128; fragmenting, (XVI) 237-38, 240; (XVII) 29; free from exploitation, (X) 168; getting used to, (XV) 229-30; giving meaning to, (X) 159-60; growing complexity of, (XV) 220, 225; as happy and unhappy, (IX) 283-84; as immeasurable, (XI) 357-58; (XIII) 98; as impermanent, (VIII) 274; importance of knowing, (XIV) 152; inability to do anything about, (XVI) 240; as inclusive, (XIII) 66; increasing complexity of, (XI) 289; individual participation in, (XI) 207; and influences, (XIII) 128; as inner and outer, (XV) 101-2; as insecure, (XV) 300; as interrelated total, (IV) 87; and inward and outward desires, (XIV) 130; as joy and sorrow, (XI) 257; lack of awareness of, (XII) 321; and learning, (l) 128-29; (XVII) 60; learning about, (XI) 108; as limited, (V) 26-28; (XV) 41; living a conditioned, (XVI) 100; and living in the present, (XIV) 256; looking at, (XIV) 19; looking at the whole of, (XVII) 61; losing the significance of,

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See also Death; Existence; Living Life and death: and continuity, (X) 97-98; without division, (XIII) 184; division between, (XIII) 315, 318; as one, (IV) 189-90; (VI) 153-55; (IX) 288; (X) 60-61; (XII) 319; (XIII) 319; (XIV) 104-5, 212-13; relationship between, (XIV) 255; as societal base, (XV) 282-83. See also Death; Life; Living Life problems: and positive instructions, (III) 97-98; solving, (III) 89-90 Light: versus conflict, (XVI) 8; and the end of seeking, (XVI) 157; and freedom from the known, (XVI) 31; and the need for caring and clarity, (XVII) 99; and observation, (XVI) 7, 10; and the quiet brain, (XVI) 18; as secondhand, (XVI) 9 Limitation(s): of action through ideas, (V) 43; and awareness, (IV) 70-71, 208; awareness of, (III) 24; of challenge and response, (XII) 68-81; and change, (XI) 313; of desire and fear, (III) 107-8; and education, (VIII) 281-82; and freedom, (III) 11-12; as hindrance to authority, (III) 187; as individuality, (III) 27-28; and intelligence, (l) 36; and the ‘I’ process, (III) 10-11; and the mind, (VII) 32-33; (VIII) 230; of the mind, (XI) 340-41; overcoming, (III) 183-84; and perfection, (l) 114; and pursuit of security, (III) 2; in search, (IX) 20; and search for psychological security, (IV) 149-50. See also Action; Ambition; Conditioning; Discernment; Environment; Experience; Hindrances; Past; Reality; Relationship; Suffering; Tolerance Limited consciousness, (II) 35-36, 81-82. See also Individuality Limited intelligence: transcending, (IV) 65 Limited mind: and control, (IX) 104-5; and fragmentation, (XII) 309. See also Dull mind; Petty mind; Whole Listening, (VII) 189; and the absence of the problem, (XVII) 260; without accumulating, (XV) 242; to acquire, (IX) 215; and action, (XV) 155; approach to, (XI) 260-61; (XIII) 166, 170; (XIV) 48; approach to the unknowable, (XIII) 169; as an art, (IX) 254; (XV) 1-2, 20, 149-50; art of, (II) 104, 153; (IV) 108, 110, 159; (V) 181-82, 188-89, 226;

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(VI) 1, 16-17, 177, 215; (VII) 3; (VIII) 1, 3, 49, 173-74, 188-89, 247, 250, 297-98; (X) 185; (XI) 13-14, 18, 56, 267-68, 330, 379-80; (XIII) 63-65, 101, 150; (XIV) 8-9, 82, 90; (XVI) 55; and attention, (IX) 49-50, 200-201; (XII) 248, 306; (XIII) 70, 73, 121, 238; (XIV) 149; (XV) 16, 52, 119, 157; (XVI) 146-47, 161; with attention, (XI) 28-29, 121; without attitude, (XI) 139; and authority, (VII) 284; and awareness, (VII) 299300; (X) 262; with awareness, (IX) 55; and awareness of conditioning, (X) 122; without barrier, (VII) 254; beauty in, (XIV ) 96; and challenge, (XI) 363; and change, (XV) 133; and choicelessness, (XII) 268; and clarification, (IX) 237; and communication, (XV) 186; (XVI) 140; and communion, (XI) 102, 213-14; (XIV ) 128, 186, 192; without comparison, (VIII) 53, 228; (X) 136, 203-4; (XII) 188-89, 295-96; (XIII) 87; (XVII) 64-65; with complete attention, (XVII) 163; without conclusions, (X) 169-70; without condemnation, (IX) 28; without conditioning, (XI) 20; conditions for, (XVI) 42; and conflict, (XIII) 21, 49; without conflict, (XIV) 43; consciously and unconsciously, (XV) 188; without contradiction, (XII) 67; (XIII) 307; creative, (VIII) 212-13; and defenses, (XI) 71; and desire, (XIV) 100; and the desire to be taught, (X) 252; difficulty of, (VIII) 35-36; (IX) 6-7; (XI) 159; (XIII) 75; (XIV) 234; (XV) 59, 297; (XVI) 2, 129; and direct experience, (XI) 183-84; and discipline, (XVI) 101; and discovery, (XIII) 93; and the discovery of truth, (X) 211; without divisions, (XIV) 13; and doing, (XV) 287; effect of, (XV) 82; without effort, (XI) 175, 266; (XII) 204; (XIII) 124-25, 144, 192-93, 301-2; effortlessly, (XVII) 240; emotionally, intellectually, and physically, (XVI) 41; and the empty mind, (XIV) 165; (XVII) 76; and the end of seeking, (XVII) 86; and experiencing, (VIII) 211, 213, 216, 240, 242; (XIII) 228-29; (XVII) 201; as experiencing, (XI) 390; to explore, (XIII) 120; and fear, (XII) 252; (XV) 113-14; versus following, (XII) 143; and freedom, (VIII) 205; and freedom from fear, (XIII) 171; and freedom from violence, (XVII) 142; with a free mind, (XIV) 134; versus having listened, (XI) 269; and hearing, (XII) 285; versus hearing, (IV) 130; (VII) 174-75; 206-8; (XV) 34; (XVII) 44; and hearing the words, (XIV) 84-85; and the good mind, (IX) 262; and the hindrance of opinions, (XVII) 1; and the hindrance of words, (XIII) 278; without “how”, (IX) 177; and humility, (IX) 263; with humility, (X) 259; and ideas, (XV) 89; without ideas, (XIV) 234; to the image, (XVII) 219; implications of, (XVI) 74-75; importance of, (VII) 139; (VIII) 85-86, 168; (XII) 320; (XIV) 20; (XVI) 236-37; (XVII) 23-24, 59; and importance of knowing how, (VII) 97-98; and indifference, (XIII) 147; and influence, (XIII) 229; intellectually, (XVI) 96-97; and interest, (VIII) 88; versus interest, (X) 180-81; without interpretation, (X) 33; (XVII) 136-37; and interpreting the word, (XVI) 1; inward and superficial, (IX) 83; inwardly, (XIV) 127; without judgement, (VIII) 224; (X) 12; kinds of, (IX) 184-85; knowing how to, (IX) 39; and learning, (XI) 108-9, 113, 134; (XV) 9, 13, 222, 274; as learning, (XVII) 172; as liberating, (XI) 161-62; as major difficulty, (VIII) 274; meaning of, (XIII) 178; (XVI) 24, 280-81; and the mind, (XV) 341; with the mind and heart, (XVII) 120; as a miracle, (XIV) 96-97; miracle of, (XVI) 243-44; miracle of total, (XVII) 71; and motive, (XVII) 262-63; motiveless, (XIII) 214-15; negatively, (XIV) 192; nonverbally, (XIV) 193; and observation, (XIV ) 138-39; and observation of the mind, (XIII) 140; and observing, (XVI) 166; as part of awareness, (X) 91; and patience, (IX) 77, 79; and perception, (XII) 1-2; without prejudice, (VI) 45, 247-48; (XVI) 72-73, 74-75; as the problem, (VIII) 8; and problems, (XV) 151; process of, (XII) 58; and the quiet brain, (XII) 229; and the quiet mind, (X) 88; with the quiet mind, (VI) 83; (VII) 289, 295; reasons for, (IX) 268-69; (XIII) 231; and the religious mind, (XII) 320; without resistance, (VIII) 161-62, 165; (XVI) 27; responsibility of, (XVI) 13-14; and revolution, (XVI) 130; and right communication, (XI) 55-56; and seeing, (XIV ) 85; and seeing the fact, (XIII) 227; (XVI) 248; and seeing what is, (XVII) 230; without seeking, (XIII) 221; to the self, (XV) 239; with self-abandonment, (XVII) 177; and selfawareness, (VII) 213-14; and self-discovery, (XVII) 216; and self-examining, (XIII) 3; and selfobservation, (XI) 301; (XIII) 101; (XV) 339-40; (XVII) 78; and sensitivity, (XV) 61, 80, 223; significance of, (XII) 90; and silence, (XVI) 147; with the silent mind, (XV) 68; and solving the problem, (XVI) 73, 74, 75; state of, (XIV) 143; (XV) 89; without struggle, (VII) 34-35; to suffering, (VII) 215-16; without tension, (XVI) 148; and time, (XI) 126; (XIV) 122; without time, (XV) 125; and the time interval, (XVII) 142; and timelessness, (XVI) 26; totally, (XI) 384; (XIII) 306-7; (XVII) 164-65; and transformation, (IX) 240; (XIII) 242; and transformation of the mind, (XIII) 74-75, 79; between two thoughts, (VIII) 327; two ways of, (XIII) 117; (XV) 234-35; and unconscious awareness, (VII) 204; understanding, (XI) 352-53; (XVI) 273-74; and understanding, (IX) 135; (XV) 1; (XVII) 123; and understanding problems, (XI) 303; (XVII) 39; ways of, (X) 112, 113; and what is, (XVII) 182; and the word, (XVII) 195-96; without the word, (XVI) 236; and words, (VI) 300. See also Attention; Learning; Looking; Observation; Seeing Listening, learning, and seeing: as one, (XV) 130. See also Listening Literature: and contradiction, (XV) 306; as action, (XV) 97. See also Art(s) Livelihood: and achieving the quiet mind, (IX) 21-22; and action, (IX) 203-4; and change, (XI) 360; and conditioning, (VII) 75; and conflict, (IX) 203-4;

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See also Daily life; Education; Experts; Exploitation; Occupation; Occupied mind; Old age; Professions; Retirement; Specialists; Technology; Vocation; Work Living, (XVI) 187-91; and the absence of purpose, (XII) 25; acceptance of conflict in, (XVI) 176; and action, (XVI) 72, 278; as action, (XI) 265; (XII) 23-24; (XVII) 18, 19; as action in relationship, (XVII) 250; as annihilation, (XII) 40; approach to, (XV) 209; with clarity, (XII) 195-96; and completeness of action, (II) 199; complexity of, (XVI) 92; conceptual, (XVII) 248-49; concern with, (XIII) 100; (XV) 37-38; with the conditioned mind, (VIII) 51; without conflict, (V) 162; (XIV) 131; (XV) 153; (XVI) 93-94, 161; (XVII) 273-74; and conformity, (XV) 218; and contradiction, (XVI) 94; with and without contradiction, (XV) 259-60; without contradiction, (XII) 25; (XV) 179, 315; as daily renewal, (VIII) 138-39; day to day, (VIII) 191; and death, (IX) 116, 236; with death, (XII) 259-60; (XIV) 31-32, 152; defining, (V) 162; (IX) 287-88; (X) 159; as degradation, (XV) 49; describing, (XIV) 30-31; at different levels, (XIV) 68; difficulty of, (XII) 54; without divisions, (II) 143-44; and the dull mind, (XII) 18; and dying, (XII) 40, 160-61; as dying, (IX) 287-88; and dying daily, (XVII) 75; and dying daily, psychologically, (XIII) 186; as dying from moment to moment, (XVI) 64; by dying to the past, (XIV) 105; without effort, (XII) 313; (XIV ) 232-33; (XV) 47, 216, 306; while entering into death, (IX) 54; and exploitation, (II) 122; with the fact of fear, (XIII) 33; and fear, (XIV) 30; versus fear, (XIII) 35; without fear, (XII) 260; fear of, (XVI) 103; with the fear of dying, (XV) 283-84; finding a new way of, (XVI) 19; and following a code of conduct, (XVII) 201; and freedom from the known, (XIV) 33; and harmonious action, (II) 143-44; and the hindrance of knowledge, (XIV ) 80; without ideas, (XIV) 205; importance of knowing how to, (XVII) 28-29; as influence, (XII) 96; and knowing how, (VIII) 341; meaning of, (VIII) 255; (XV) 40; and meditation, (XII) 42; moment to moment, (VI) 2223; and the need for fear, (XVI) 177-78; without the need to escape, (XV) 169; in the now, (XV) 267-69; as part of dying, (VII) 272-73; (XI) 24243; and the past, (II) 87; (XII) 137; in the past, (XIII) 326; in perpetual conflict, (XIII) 283, 286; at the physical level, (XVII) 179; in the present, (XIV) 94; as a problem, (XIV) 114-15; as a process of dying, (X) 98; purpose of, (II) 105; (XIII) 196; versus the pursuit of meditation, (XV) 36-37; as reaction, (X) 257; and relationships, (XVI) 33-35; as religion, (X) 231; as religious process, (X) 231; and sensitivity, (XIV) 105; with sorrow, (XII) 212; without struggle, (XIII) 125; as superficial, (IX) 35, 38; superficially, (XVII) 12021; on the surface, (XVI) 231-32; and timeless creation, (XIII) 105; as timeless movement, (XII) 16-17; as a total problem, (XIV) 121; as total process, (XI) 178; total process of, (XVII) 79; types of, (XII) 16-17; with uncertainty, (XIV) 133, 134; understanding, (IX) 268-71; (X) 153-55; with understanding, (XV) 169, 321; and understanding death, (XVI) 63, 64; (XVII) 47; understanding the problem of, (XV) 186-90; understanding the significance of, (XIV ) 40. See also Daily life; Death; Existence; Life; Truth Living, action, and awareness: as the same, (XVII) 253. See also Action; Awareness; Living Living and dying: division between, (XV) 320; fear of both, (XVII) 252; and the fresh mind, (XVII) 28; without the interval, (XV) 181; as one, (XII) 161, 222, 261; (XVI) 31; relationship between, (XVII) 234; understanding, (XVI) 155-56, 176, 178; understanding the totality of, (XV) 284. See also Dying; Living Living completely, (l) 193-94 Living daily: without conflict, (XVI) 9-10 Living, death, and love: need to understand, (XVII) 73. See also Death; Living; Love Living entity: and the observer, (XVII) 210 Living in the present: and dying moment to moment, (XIII) 319; and energy, (XIII) 328-29. See also Living; Present Living reality, (l) 4, 44; description of, (II) 4; and freedom, (l) 7; (II) 10; and individuality, (l) 7; and personal experience, (l ) 4. See also Truth Living totally: defining, (XII) 300-301; and deterioration, (XII) 300; difficulty of, (XVII) 119. See also Living; Whole Living truth: and simplicity of thought, (II) 94-95. See also Intelligence; Truth Logic: limitations of, (XII) 107-8; versus religious people, (XIII) 87. See also Science; Scientific mind Loneliness, (l) 46, 168; (II) 44-45; (VI) 74-75, 237-38; (VII) 272-73; (XII) 87-89; and absence of ambition, (VII) 236; acceptance of, (V) 116-17; and accumulation, (X) 262; as actual or word, (XI) 87-88; and aloneness, (XVI) 149; versus aloneness, (VI) 38-39; (VIII) 314; (XIV) 117; as cause of seeking, (XI) 236-37; and communion, (VI) 87-88; and confidence, (VII) 205-6; and creativity, (VIII) 206; dealing with, (II) 115-16; defining, (VI) 3839; and dependency, (IX) 62-64; and desire, (XII) 246; and escape, (VI) 39; (XIV) 116; escape from, (III) 111; (XII) 156, 313-14; (XIII) 127, 187; (XVI) 153, 180-82, 261-62; and escape from what is, (V) 356; (VIII) 198; and escape to dependence, (XVI) 120-21; and the essence of fear, (XIII) 103;

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See also Alone; Aloneness; Craving; Despair; Emptiness; Escape; Fear; Happiness; Intelligence; Isolation; Pain; Solitude; Sorrow Looking: and the absence of ideas, (XVII) 193; as action, (XVII) 239; at action, (XVI) 272; and attention, (XVI) 128; with awareness, (XIII) 215; and awareness of fragmentation, (XVII) 243-44; from the center, (XV) 142-43; and change, (XVI) 130; as communion, (XV) 170; without condemnation, (XVI) 102; without conflict, (XVI) 136; and the conscious and unconscious, (XV) 189; difficulty of, (XV) 279; and the empty mind, (XVI) 222; at the fact, (XVI) 259; at fear, (XVI) 211-12; (XVII) 72, 225; without fear, (XIII) 66; and freedom, (XVII) 208-11; and the hindrance of fear, (XVII) 216; and the hindrance of image, (XVI) 101; (XVII) 275; and the hindrance of memory, (XIV) 280; and the hindrance of naming, (XIV) 137-38; and identification, (XVII) 46; without the image, (XVI) 102, 169-70, 183; (XVII) 246, 25253; and immediate understanding, (XV) 277-78; importance of, (XVII) 258-59; and the interference of thought, (XV) 155; without interpretation, (XIII) 192-93; without judgement, (XIV) 233-34; and learning, (XV) 51-52; without the ‘me’, (XV) 66; and memory, (XVII) 44; at the memory of pleasure, (XV) 233; without naming, (XIII) 250; (XIV) 279-80; (XVI) 110-11; without the observer, (XVI) 201; (XVII) 208; and passion as related, (XVII) 132-33; without the past, (XV) 146; and the problem of violence, (XVI) 290; at the self, (XVI) 220; and silence, (XV) 143; with silence, (XVI) 274; stages of, (XIII) 280; and thought, (XVI) 69, 204; without thought, (XIII) 108-9; (XV) 143; and total attention, (XVI) 191; without tradition, (XIV) 279; without verbalization, (XIV ) 241-42; at violence, (XVII) 260; within and without, (XV) 45, 47; without the word, (XII) 293; (XV) 10; (XVI) 127. See also Learning; Listening; Observation; Perception; Seeing Loss: and memory, (l ) 120; and loneliness, (II) 231; and reincarnation, (II) 40-41. See also Death; Experience; Knowledge; Loneliness; Suffering Love, (l) 21, 61-62, 112; (II) 184, 201; (III) 104, 188, 190; (IV) 38, 145-46, 153, 154, 156, 170, 187; (VI) 131-33; (VII) 87-89, 104-5, 285-86; (IX) 175, 26768; (XV) 19-20, 34-36, 228-31; (XVII) 202-5; absence of, (VIII) 66, 69; (XIII) 329; (XIV) 165, 307; and the absence of ambition, (XIII) 272; and absence of condemnation, (VII) 272; and absence of domination, (V) 64-65; and the absence of effort, (XII) 267; and absence of fear, (VII) 186, 191, 327; (VIII) 70; (XII) 268; and the absence of hate, (XIII) 207; and the absence of pleasure or desire, (XVII) 115; and the absence of self, (V) 194; and the absence of space, (XVII) 187; and the absence of violence, (XVII) 209, 259; and accumulation, (XII) 158; achieving, (III) 94, 132; (VI) 43; (VIII) 34, 311-12; (XIV) 308-9; (XVI) 77; and achieving peace, (XV) 323; and action, (V) 207-8; (X) 195; (XVII) 250; and activity, (XI) 316; and aloneness, (XII) 40; as always negative, (XVI) 75-76; and ambition, (XII) 309-10; versus ambition, (VII) 85, 91; (X) 5, 16; (XIV) 91; versus ambition and envy, (XII) 205; analyzing, (VI) 197; as anonymous, (XI) 373; approach to problem, (X) 156; aspects of, (III) 221; and attachment, (X) 115; (XI) 122, 123, 293; and attention, (VIII) 318; (XI) 8; (XII) 144; attitudes to, (V) 54-55; without authority, (IX) 147; through awareness, (III) 167; and the battle with sorrow, (XIII) 250; and beauty, (XIII) 143; (XVI) 301; beauty of, (IV) 189; (V) 147-49, 325-26; and being oneself, (III) 124; as beyond thought, (V) 295; and caring, (XIV ) 12324; and cessation of inequality, (VIII) 319; and change, (VI) 317; as chaste, (IV) 176, 177; and children, (V) 113-14, 173-74; (IX) 65; of children, (X) 147; and commitment, (XVII) 217; versus commitment, (XI) 325; communicating, (X) 146; and communion, (IV) 110; (VIII) 182; (XIV ) 281, 286; (XV) 315; (XVII) 222; without comparison, (XVII) 183; and complete attention, (X) 175; and conflict, (VI) 338; versus conflict, (VIII) 310; (XIV) 78; without conflict, (XIII) 329-30; without conscious cultivation, (VII) 223-24; versus continuity, (V) 69; and contradiction, (XV) 180; and cooperation, (VI) 282; and creation, (XV) 47; danger of, (IV) 184; and death, (V) 69; (XI) 24243; defining, (VI) 42-43, 166-67; (XIV) 269; (XVII) 144; and demand, (X) 60; and denial, (XIII) 149; and dependency, (VI) 347; (IX) 22, 6364; without dependence, (III) 159-60; and desire, (X) 245; (XII) 149; desire for, (VI) 197-98; (VIII) 34; and the desire for permanency, (XIII) 306; and desire to possess, (VII) 95-96; as direct action, (XIII) 328; versus the disciplined mind, (VII) 14748; and the discovery of truth, (VIII) 316-17; and

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and freedom from sorrow, (XV) 320; and freedom from time, (XV) 26; and freedom from the word, (XII) 85; and the freedom to look, (XVII) 276; and the free mind, (X) 47; futility of thinking about, (XIV ) 213; and future generations, (XII) 261; and generosity, (VI) 341; and giving of heart and mind, (XV) 6; and God, (V) 159; and habit, (X) 134-35; and hatred, (XVII) 276; and helping, (VI) 242; and the hindrance of ambition, (XII) 135; (XIII) 127; and the hindrance of authority, (XIII) 123-24; and the hindrance of the brain, (XII) 217; and the hindrance of conflict, (XVI) 51, 52; and hindrance of fear, (VII) 76, 78, 79; (XVI) 104; and the hindrance of ideas, (XVI) 219; and the hindrance of image, (XVI) 45; and hindrance of the mind, (VII) 92-94; and the hindrance of opinions, (XV) 338; and the hindrance of sorrow, (XIV) 306; (XVI) 143; and the hindrance of space between the observer and the observed, (XVII) 186; and humbleness, (VIII) 202; and idealization of Masters, (III) 167; versus identification, (IX) 3; as immediate, (XIV) 44; as independent, (III) 138-39; and inequality, (IV) 128-29; and infinite space, (XIV) 300; and inner and outer refinement, (VII) 98-99; and innocence, (XVII) 173; and the innocent mind, (XI) 10; inquiry into, (XVII) 23334; as instant action, (XIV) 21; as intelligence, (VII) 135; and jealousy, (V) 102; knowing, (XV) 128, 346; (XVII) 187, 188; and knowing dying, (XII) 260-61; knowing how to, (VIII) 205; and knowledge, (VII) 103; lack of, (XII) 318-19; and learning, (V) 271; (XV) 16; as liberator, (V) 214; and life without conflict, (XIV) 257; and living peacefully, (XV) 321; as a living thing, (XI) 300; (XVII) 212; loss of, (IV) 119-20; and the loss of compassion, (X) 60; of man and God, (VIII) 40; and marriage, (V) 175; and marriage as equals, (V) 88; and materialism, (II) 38; as meaningless, (XI) 111-12; meaning of, (IV) 209-10; (VII) 88; (VIII) 312; (X) 236; (XI) 6; (XII) 179, 273; (XIII) 15, 189; (XIV) 153; (XVII) 28, 73; and the meaning of words, (XVII) 125-26; and the mediocre mind, (VIII) 124; and meditation, (XII) 168; (XV) 174; and the mind, (V) 23; (VI) 310; (VIII) 346-47; and morality, (VII) 163-64; and motive, (XIII) 310-11; (XV) 265; and the motive of fear, (XVI) 178; as motiveless, (IX) 208; and the nature of humility, (XI) 266; and need for, (VII) 96; and the need for freedom, (XVI) 190; and negation of the positive, (XI) 333; as the new, (III) 136-37; (XIV) 196-97; and the new world, (XVII) 166; as nonidentification, (X) 155; as not of the mind, (X) 150; without the object, (XVI) 114-15; and the object of attention, (X) 256-57; and observation, (XIV ) 1718, 76; and order, (XIV) 212; (XVII) 250; and pain, (II) 68; of parent for child, (VIII) 280, 283; particular and universal, (XII) 10; and passion, (XIII) 255-56; (XVII) 156, 157; as passion, (XI) 374; and peace, (IX) 248; as peace, (VII) 127; and pleasure, (XV) 70, 71, 74, 142; (XVII) 66, 67; versus pleasure, (XVI) 62, 75-76; as the positive, (VI) 320; and possession, (II) 68, 79; and possessiveness, (II) 49, 87-88, 212-13; and power, (V) 45-46; (VI) 309; and prayer, (l) 123-24; and the presence of intelligence, order, and austerity, (XVII) 242; and the presence of ‘me’, (VII) 48; as primary, (IV) 172; problem of, (XVII) 223; and the problem of sorrow, (XIII) 85; and problems, (XIII) 133; and the process of thought, (X) 113; of profession, (X) 263; and the projection of image, (XVII) 250; quality of, (XVI) 24-26; (XVII) 208; and the quality of the new mind, (XII) 294, 297-98; and the quiet mind, (XIII) 253; and reality, (IV) 178-79; (V) 179; (XIII) 162; as reality, (X) 202; as redemption, (VI) 262; and relationship, (III) 116, 156; (IV) 124, 150, 157; (VIII) 338; and relation to sex, (V) 55-57, 98-99, 217-18; and religion, (VIII) 136; (XI) 148; as religious, (X) 216; and the religious mind, (XII) 325; and repression, (II) 68; and responsibility, (XIII) 223-24; and revolution, (VI) 11, 88; (XVI) 234; as revolution, (VII) 238; role of in marriage, (IV) 203; and the sacred, (XV) 244; versus search for fulfillment, (VII) 313-14; and seeing clearly, (XVII) 130; and the self, (VI) 270, 326, 347; and self-awareness, (III) 126; and self-centered activity, (VI) 322-23; and selfcenteredness, (XII) 14; and self-deception, (III) 167-68; and self-knowledge, (VII) 230; and the sensitive mind, (XVII) 179; and sensitivity, (XIV) 131; versus sentiment, (XIV) 27; versus sentimentality, (X) 95; and sex, (l) 167; (VI) 131; versus sex as sensation, (III) 83-84; and sexual problems, (II) 213; and sharing, (XV) 2; and the significance of equality, (VIII) 271; and silence, (XVI) 236; as silence, (XI) 283; and the simple mind, (IX) 273; and simplicity, (V) 85; (VI) 75; and sin, (X) 244; and social reform, (IX) 243; as solution, (VI) 233-34; and sorrow, (VI) 312; (XI) 286-87; (XII) 210; (XIII) 253, 255; (XV) 226;

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See also Communion; Effort; Happiness; Joy; Meditation; Quiet mind; Reality; Silent mind; Still mind; Truth Love, action, and knowledge: contradiction between, (XIII) 45. See also Action; Knowledge; Love Love and beauty: as one, (XII) 226 Love and death: and creation, (XV) 181-82; relationship between, (XV) 182. See also Death; Love Love, creation, and death: as interrelated, (XIV) 207; as one, (XII) 261. See also Creation; Death; Love Love, death, and beauty: relationship between, (XIII) 105. See also Beauty; Death; Love Love, death, and sorrow: relationship between, (XIII) 256, 310. See also Death; Love; Sorrow Love, death, and time, (XVII) 23-31; as interrelated, (XIV) 254, 257-58. See also Death; Love; Time Love, death, creation, and beauty: as related, (XV) 142. See also Beauty; Creation; Death; Love Love, destruction, and creation: relationship between, (XIII) 162-63. See also Creation; Destruction; Love Love, fear, and sorrow: relationship between, (XIII) 250. See also Fear; Love; Sorrow Love, living, and death: need to understand, (XVII) 73. See also Death; Living; Love Love of doing: and concentration, (VIII) 120 Love, passion, and desire: as related, (XII) 243, 246 LSD: and addiction, (XVII) 194; and the attempt to achieve relationship, (XVII) 7; and conditioned experience, (XVII) 33; and the desire for experience, (XV) 86, 241; and the disappearance of divisions, (XVII) 193, 194; effects of, (XVI) 204; futility of escape through, (XVII) 14; and the role of drugs, (XIV) 260; and the search for experience, (XVI) 181, 182; (XVII) 154. See also Drugs Lust: and passion, (XI) 374; (XIII) 251 Machine(s), (IV) 152; capability of, (XII) 246; human beings as, (XVII) 206; and the human mind, (XI) 131, 170; and innocency, (XIII) 265; and memory, (IX) 250; as not creative, (XI) 367; political and industrial, (IV) 88-89; proliferation of, (XII) 279; replacing humans, (V) 201; and technical confidence, (V) 23. See also Automation; Conformity; Imitation; Industrialism; Mechanical brain; Progress; Society; Technology Mahatmas: See Authority Make-believe world: as escape, (XI) 234 Man, (II) 228-29; average, (II) 122; and the brutal society, (XVII) 63; as complex entity, (IV) 85; as creature of circumstance, (IV) 139-40; in despair, (XVII) 96; and environment, (II) 228; as follower, (XVII) 173; as historically tortured, (XVI) 16; as the measure, (III) 146, 154; as primitive, (II) 80; purpose of, (IV) 151; and reasons for existence, (VIII) 292; and religious beliefs, (II) 228; as the residue of time, (XVII) 12; as social entity or religious conception, (III) 37-38; and society, (II) 155; suffering of, (XVI) 127; understanding the total essence of, (XV) 56. See also Human beings; Individual; Life Mankind: and love, (XVII) 203; unity of, (XVI) 219. See also Man; Unity of man(kind)* Manners: and respect, (VIII) 69 Mantra: effects of, (V) 85, 90-91; and meditation, (XV) 84 Manual labor: and class, (VIII) 133. See also Jobs; Work Marriage, (IV) 145-46; (V) 174-77; arranged, (V) 9899; as business contract, (V) 87-88; and the desire for security, (XV) 28; and education, (VII) 59-60, 64; and immorality, (V) 97-98; and love, (XV) 229; reasons for, (IV) 202-3; and security, (XIII) 121; and sex, (V) 217-18; and truth, (II) 134. See also Children; Family; Individual; Relationship(s); Sex Marriage laws: and violence, (XVII) 256. See also Family; Law Mars: exploration and knowledge of the external, (XV) 231. See also Technology Marx, Karl: and followers, (XVI) 234; and freedom, (XIV) 176; and the repetitive mind, (XV) 73. See also Authority; Ideology Marxism: as reaction, (XII) 22. See also Authority; Conditioning; Power; Tyranny; Words; World problems

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See also Influences; Propaganda Mass education: problems of, (V) 108-9 Mass movement: and change, (V) 342; and individual, (II) 207; and individual intelligence, (II) 226-27; and individual well-being, (II) 217. See also Collective; Collective action; Mass action; Revolution Mass psychology, (III) 87 Master(s), (l) 162-65; (II) 9, 28-31, 70, 145-46; (III)18-20; belief in, (l) 74; (II) 28; (V) 252-54; (VI) 28-30; as concept or actuality, (III) 19; and dependence, (III) 67; dependence on, (l) 147-49; (VII) 274; examining need for, (III) 213-14; and exploitation, (II) 30-31; and followers, (III) 32-33; independence from, (l) 12; and meditation, (IV) 5354; (VI) 175; need for, (II) 149-50; and pupil, (II) 28-31; (IV) 40-41; search for, (V) 332; and search for truth, (VI) 284; and self-absorption, (XIV) 160; and self-deception, (VI) 324; and self-knowledge, (VI) 29-30; and self-reliance, (III) 162-64; and spiritual world, (III) 234-35; as unessential, (l) 73. See also Authority; Conditioning; Confusion; Exploiter; Followers; God; Gratification; Guide; Gurus; Leader; Priest; Religion; Teachers; Savior; Worldliness Materialism, (III) 113; and America, (IX) 193; as escape, (VIII) 135; and the field of the known, (XIII) 291; and industrialism, (IX) 277-78; as profitable, (XI) 180; and religion, (XIV) 267; versus religion, (X) 49; and self-contradiction, (XI) 182; and spirituality, (XI) 140. See also Ambition; Industrialism; Progress; Society; Technology Materialist: versus scientific view, (IV) 139-40 Material life: versus the spiritual life, (V) 186-87 Material progress: and human problems, (XIV) 5. See also Materialism Material welfare: and problems, (VIII) 8 Mathematics: and order, (XVII) 248. See also Science Matter: as thought, (XVII) 178 Mature mind: and aloneness, (XIV ) 160; defining, (XIII) 245-47, 248; describing, (XII) 29; and energy, (XIV) 274-75, 278; and freedom from confusion, (XVII) 18; and the hereafter, (XIII) 144-45; and living in the present, (XIII) 319; and thought, (XVII) 144; and understanding conflict, (XIV) 58; as unfragmented, (XV) 315. See also Dull mind; Empty mind; Free mind; Mind; Maturity; Meditation; Mind; New mind; Quiet mind; Silent mind; Transformation Maturity: condition for, (XVI) 251; and the denial of authority, (XIV) 275-77, 278; and emptiness, (XVI) 221; and the ending of divisions, (XIV) 282; and energy, (XIV ) 288; and facing facts, (XIV) 286; meaning of, (XIII) 245-46, 247, 248; (XIV) 202; (XV) 289; and questioning, (XVI) 33; and the silent mind, (XVII) 36; through understanding, (V) 34; understanding the nature of, (XIII) 145; and understanding the whole, (XV) 344. See also Mature mind; New mind; Quiet mind; Serious mind Maya: See Illusion ‘Me’: absence of, and unity, (VII) 4-5; and the absence of passion, (XIII) 252, 254; and action of the will, (VIII) 37; and ambition, (VII) 16; (X) 130; and attention, (X) 140; (XI) 149-50; and authority, (VIII) 44; and awareness, (IX) 30; and becoming, (VII) 200; as the center, (VII) 296; (X) 15; as the center of the brain, (XIII) 241; as center of consciousness, (VII) 23-24; as the center of thought, (XI) 297; cessation of, (IX) 17; and change, (XVI) 203; choiceless awareness of, (XIV) 107; and the clear mind, (XII) 265; and communion, (XIV) 182; and condemnation, (IX) 72-73; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 148; and conditioning, (VIII) 218-19; and conflict, (V) 295, 350-51; (XVI) 4; and conflict of duality, (VII) 4749; and consciousness, (XI) 229; and continuity, (VII) 282; (VIII) 151, 246; (IX) 40-41, 143, 236; and the creative state, (VIII) 311-12; and death, (XI) 292; defining, (V) 328; (IX) 16-17, 157; and the desire for continuity, (X) 154; dissolving, (VII) 50; doing away with, (XVI) 280; effect of cessation of, (X) 74; and effort, (VI) 162-64; (IX) 248; (X) 57; and enjoyment, (VIII) 119; as evil and good, (IX) 170; as experience, (XIII) 44; and experiencing, (X) 67; and fear, (VII) 192-93; (XIII) 35, 305; and fear of death, (V) 125-27; fear of losing, (XVII) 74; and the fear of oblivion, (XIII) 35; as a fixed point, (VIII) 331-32; and freedom, (VII) 230; freedom from, (VIII) 343; and fulfillment, (VII) 309, 329-30; as the historical process, (XIII) 205; as the idea, (VIII) 10; and identification, (XVI) 11, 34; and identification with a system, (VII) 152-53; versus “I know”, (XI) 185; illusion and reality, (IX) 122; as impermanent, (VIII) 273; improvement of, (XI) 131; and integration, (VIII) 324; investigation of, (XI) 86; and knowledge, (VII) 103; (X) 76; knowledge of, (IX) 14; and limited consciousness, (XI) 263; and loneliness, (IX) 63-64; (XVI) 212; and the mediocre mind, (VIII) 124; and meditation, (XI)

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See also Center; Consciousness; Freedom; ‘I’; Known; Mind; Object; Observer; Self; Self-centered activity; Thinker and thought “Me and my urges”: as the ultimate problem, (XI) 248 Meaning to life: significance of, (XI) 178 Means: as the ends, (IV) 84, 94; (XI) 259-60 Means and ends, (IV) 84, 94; (VI) 233; (XI) 259-60; and conflict (V) 153; as one, (V) 139; and technique, (V) 309-10 Measureless: See God; Reality; Truth Mechanical: conduct as, (XVII) 201, 202; and continuity, (XI) 367-68; and the creative, (XI) 376; dying to, (XII) 107; energy, (XII) 63-64; life as, (XV) 112; and systems, (XI) 221-22; thinking, (XI) 33; and thought in daily life, (XVII) 235; time, (XII) 221; time and knowledge, (XII) 317. See also Habit; Mechanical mind; Technical; Technique Mechanical brain: and adaptation to society, (XIV) 124; and creation, (XIII) 40-41; dullness of, (XIII) 294. See also Conditioning Mechanical invention: versus creation, (XII) 230 Mechanical knowledge: and belief, (XIII) 6; and experience, (XII) 308; as necessary, (XII) 321-22; (XIII) 25; nondenial of, (XII) 256-57. See also Invention; Science; Scientific approach; Scientific mind Mechanical learning: and the center, (XII) 199 Mechanical living: and consciousness, (XII) 256 Mechanical mind, (XIII) 3-4; and the absence of love and freedom, (XVII) 234; as the conscious, (XIV) 249; versus creation, (XI) 82; and discipline, (XIV) 144-45; and freedom, (XI) 216; and learning, (XI) 338; and modern civilization, (XI) 380; versus the new, (XI) 281; and repetition, (XIV) 230; and thought, (XII) 232. See also Dull mind; Mechanical mind; Mind; New mind; Petty mind Mechanical process: defining, (III) 124-25, 126-27, 128; versus learning, (XII) 106-7 Mechanical progress, (l) 189 Mechanical response: and thoughts, (XII) 3 Mechanical thinking: and conclusions, (XI) 290-91; and conditioning, (XII) 214; and minimum conflict, (XI) 331; and reason, (XII) 64 Mechanical thought: versus the new mind, (XIII) 53 Mechanistic view of life, (III) 55-56 Media: and conformity, (IV) 66-67; and confusion, (XVI) 277-78; and influences, (XI) 332; and sensitivity, (IV) 4; and thought control, (XI) 57; and thought-feeling, (IV) 39-40. See also Conditioning; Government; Imitation; Influences; Propaganda; Society Medical authority, (IX) 147-48 Medicine: and world change, (XVI) 54 Mediocre, (VII) 271; versus the creative, (VII) 263-64 Mediocre mind, (VII) 219-21; (VIII) 16-17; defining, (X) 189; (XII) 307; and the desire to improve, (X) 59; and life, (VIII) 341; and limited thought, (VII) 222; and self-realization, (VIII) 20; and social morality, (VIII) 312; versus the still mind, (VIII) 220; understanding, (VIII) 123-25. See also Dull mind; Fear; Mediocrity; Mind; New mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind; Religious mind Mediocrity: defining, (VIII) 16-17; and education, (VIII) 279; and the need for permanence, (X) 43; and the occupation of the mind, (VIII) 286-87; and the petty mind, (XIII) 92-93; process of, (VIII) 329-30; as the rule, (XIII) 94; and system, (IX) 199; and tradition, (X) 49, 51. See also Mediocre mind Meditation, (l) 26-28; (II) 40; (III) 19-20, 179-80, 222; (IV) 81, 90, 181-2; (V) 135-38, 163-66, 20810; (VI) 174-76, 211-13, 244-46, 327-29, 366-68; (VII) 56-58, 92, 154, 217-18, 247-49; (VIII) 5456, 192-194, 227; (IX) 73-75, 131-33, 213-14, 27980; (X) 227-29; (XI) 138-40, 195-201, 244-47, 279-83, 388-89, 392-93; (XII) 203-6, 263-69; (XIII) 92-99, 149-56, 192, 195-96, 261-65, 265-67, 320-25; (XIV) 33-39, 106-12, 154-61, 258-61, 298-302; (XV) 34-40, 81-88, 134-38, 174-76; (XVI) 29-32, 68-71, 144-48; (XVII) 78, 80-83, 237-42; and the absence of illusion, (VIII) 157; and the absence of time, (XVII) 267; versus absorption, (XIV) 300; achieving, (IX) 74-75; and achieving peace, (X) 84; achieving the state of, (XVI) 250; and attention, (XVII) 125-26; as attention, (X) 264; (XVI) 144; and authority, (VIII) 48; and awareness, (IV) 78, 205; (IX) 31; (XII) 306-13; as awareness, (XIII) 210; and awareness of the fact, (XIII) 40; basis for, (XII) 305; beginning of, (XIII) 89; (XV) 169; (XVI) 12, 137-38; without the center, (XV) 314; and change, (VIII) 178; (XI) 310; (XII) 200; and the clear mind, (IX) 279; versus concentration, (l) 170-71; (III) 55; (V) 82; and conditioning, (VIII) 91;

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See also Attention; Awareness; Clear mind; Concentration; Creation; Distraction; Interest; Listening; Love; Memory; Mind; Mutation; New; Observation; Quiet mind; Radical transformation; Reality; Revolution; Selfabandonment; Still mind; Stillness; Thought; Truth Meditative awareness: versus prayer, (III) 233 Meditative mind: as essential, (XII) 168. See also Meditation Meditator: and meditation, (VII) 218, 233-34; (XI) 141, 196-97; and meditation as one, (VIII) 325-26. See also Observer and the observed; Thinker and the thought Meditator and meditation: division between, (XI) 197 Memories: and the center, (X) 24; collective and individual, (X) 143; pleasant and unpleasant, (X) 73 Memory, (l) 66, 88-90, 119-21; (II) 95-96; (V) 117-20, 139-40, 327-28; (X) 72-73; as accumulated knowledge, (V) 305-6; as accumulation, (IX) 250; and action, (XI) 318-19; (XIII) 329; (XV) 289; (XVI) 260; and afterlife, (II) 13; and authority, (XIII) 10-11; (XIV ) 86; authority of, (III) 57; as background, (XIV) 210; as barrier, (II) 117-18; as burden, (l) 51-52; (XI) 75-76; as cause of copy, (III) 237; as the center, (XII) 155-56; (XVII) 149; and change, (VII) 19; (VIII) 175; clinging to, (XI) 319; and clinging to the known, (XV) 231; and the collective, (IX) 126, 128; companions of, (X) 171; as computer, (XIII) 318; as conditioned, (IX) 30; and the conditioned mind, (III) 79; (VII) 258; and conditioning, (XI) 187; (XII) 2, 6; and conflict, (XII) 178; and conformity, (XII) 29; conscious and unconscious, (V) 136-37; (IX) 141; and consciousness, (VI) 363-64; and consistency, (l) 25-26; and continuity, (IV) 121; (VIII) 144, 189; (IX) 287; (X) 208-10; and the creation of problems , (XII) 132; and creativity, (V) 146; cultivation of, (VIII) 103; (IX) 141-42; as a dead thing, (XVII) 22; defining, (II) 70-71, 189-90; (III) 41; (V) 326; (XII) 100; and desire, (V) 129; and the desire for continuity, (XIV) 280; and desire for more, (V) 237; and discipline, (IX) 91-92; and dividing the thinker from the thought, (X) 114; divisions of, (IV) 170-71; dying to, (XI) 137; (XIV) 256-57; (XVI) 176; (XVII) 172; and the electronic brain, (XIV) 151; and ending fear, (XVI) 210; ending of, (XVII) 147, 148-51; and environment, (II) 54; and experience, (l) 116; (II) 211-12; (IV) 135-36, 162; (V) 215, 233, 319; (VI) 91-92; (VII) 182-83; (VIII) 117; (X) 21, 144-45; (XI) 268, 337; (XII)

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See also Accumulation; Conditioning; Experience; Habit; Knowledge; Mind; Mutation; Past; Self; Time Memory and perception: relationship between, (XIV) 58. See also Memory; Perception Memory and the center: as cause and effect, (XII) 166 Memory in action: versus awareness in action, (XII) 305-6 Mental and emotional attitudes: related to outward and physical disturbance, (IV) 37. See also Mind-heart Mental conflict: and physical effects, (IX) 285 Mental energy: and the absence of conflict, (XIII) 231. See also Energy Mental illness: causes of, (VI) 269-70; (XII) 222-23; and conflict, (XII) 194; and energy, (XII) 289; and fear, (XII) 58-62; and fear of uncertainty, (XII) 235 Mentation: defining, (XVII) 5. See also Thinking Mescaline: and the role of drugs, (XIV) 260. See also Experience Messiah, (II) 36-37. See also Authority; Religion; Savior Method(s): as answer to problems, (IX) 178; and awareness, (III) 105; as barrier to discovery, (IX) 187; and change, (VIII) 164; and confusion, (VI) 344; and the creation of conditioning, (IX) 164; defining, (XV) 82-83; and dependence, (IX) 22; dependence on, (l) 148; (VII) 272; (IX) 22; as destructive, (IX) 264; and education, (VII) 159; and ends, (III) 153; and energy, (XIII) 338; enslavement to, (XI) 312; (XVII) 107; and fact, (VIII) 335-36; and freedom from fear, (XI) 11718; versus the free mind, (VIII) 264; function of, (X) 213-14; futility of, (l) 7-8; as hindrance, (X)

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See also Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Discipline; Habits; “How”; Ideals; Patterns; Systems; Tradition Military: as social detriment, (VI) 106 Millenium: defining, (II) 52. See also Paradise; Utopia Mind, (l) 44-47; (II) 72; (III) 191, 200; (VII) 92-94; (XI) 165-71, 335-41; (XII) 107-15, 163-68; and the ability to discover, (X) 43; and the absence of conflict, (XII) 14-15; (XVI) 81; and the absence of gratification, (XIV) 201; and the absence of the need to escape, (XII) 94; and the absence of thought, (XV) 266; and the acceptance of conflict, (XVI) 132; and the acceptance of tradition, (XVII) 153; and accumulation, (l) 55, 96, 98; (VII) 13435; (VIII) 105-6, 285; as accumulation of past, (IV) 34-35; and achievement, (l) 44; and achieving change, (IX) 57-58; (XVI) 201; achieving clarity of, (IX) 49; achieving freedom of, (X) 164-67; and achieving inner peace, (VIII) 225; and achieving meditation, (IX) 74-75; and achieving mutation, (XV) 4; (XVII) 53, 268-69; and achieving peace, (XVI) 4; and achieving the religious life, (X) 6263; achieving revolution through, (IX) 210-212; achieving the timeless, (IX) 69; and achieving totality of action, (XI) 165; achieving truth, (X) 20; and acquisition, (l) 44; and action, (XII) 22; (XIV ) 21; (XV) 6, 214, 344; as active, (VIII) 109-10; as active and passive, (IV) 8; active and still, (VI) 100-102; and adjustment, (XV) 342-43; as aging and as young, (XI) 74-76; alone, (XII) 80-81, 13536, 225; (XIV) 39; and aloneness, (XII) 256; (XIV) 268; (XV) 209; (XVI) 38; and ambition, (VII) 235; (IX) 120, 174-75; (XII) 14, 15; and the anatomy of thought, (VII) 239; approach to freeing, (XII) 61-62; and approach to problems, (VII) 244-45; (X) 155-56; (XVI) 222-23; attempt to capture, (X) 98-101; attempt to mold, (X) 16364; and attention, (VIII) 313; (XI) 38-40; and the attentive state, (XIII) 155; and authority, (l) 3; (II) 163; (VII) 301-2; (VIII) 242-43; (X) 35-36; (XIV) 171, 246; (XVII) 274; and authority as hindrance to the true, (XIII) 71, 72; awake and sleeping, (XIII) 266; and awareness, (VII) 25; (IX) 30-31; (X) 15; (XII) 55, 101-2; (XIV) 240; and awareness as a human being, (XVI) 150; awareness of, (XI) 120, 200, 343; and awareness of action, (XV) 310; and awareness of conditioning, (X) 78; (XI) 27172; and awareness of conflict, (XIV) 11; and awareness of image, (XV) 194-95; and awareness of the self, (XVI) 204; and awareness of thinking, (X) 53-54; and awareness of time, (XV) 116; and awareness of the whole, (XV) 104; and the barrier of the word, (XII) 86; and becoming, (VII) 199200; (VIII) 170; and being, (VIII) 170; and belief, (l) 154; (II) 42; (VIII) 28-29; (XVI) 260; and belief in the soul, (XV) 319; beyond challenge and response, (XII) 70, 72, 73-75; beyond the limitations of, (XI) 248; beyond the measure of, (X) 198; as bound, (IX) 182-83, 185; and the brain, (XI) 137; (XII) 299; (XIII) 241-42; brain as part of, (XIV) 65; and breaking through conditioning, (XVII) 98; capabilities of, (VII) 305-6; ( XV) 301; caught in the known, (XIII) 257; as center, (VII) 294-97; as certain and uncertain, (XIII) 306; cessation of, (IX) 24; (X) 258; and cessation of the object, (XV) 39; and challenge, (XVI) 209; and challenge and response, (XVII) 155; and challenge and response to, (XV) 12, 213-14; challenged, (XII) 76-77; as challenger, (XII) 76; and change, (VII) 322; (VIII) 24, 163-64; (IX) 27, 154; (XV) 135; and change without effort, (IX) 56-57; and chemicals, (XI) 81-82; and clinging to the past, (V) 327; as cognitive, (VII) 317; and the collective, (IX) 126-28; collective and individual, (X) 54-55; collective versus the individual, (XI) 144-45; collectivized, (XIII) 1-2; coming to the end of, (IX) 34-35; and communion, (XIV) 288; and comparison, (XVII) 185; and the comprehension of truth, (XIII) 14-15; and concentration, (l) 27; (VI) 6; (XIII) 264; (XIV) 217; and concentration versus meditation, (V) 209-11; and conception of God, (III) 177; and conclusions, (X) 253; (XI) 217; and condemnation, (X) 110-111; conditioned, (XI) 59; (XII) 100-102; as conditioned, (X) 11-12, 157-58; conditioned and unconditioned, (IX) 144-45; (XIV) 263; conditioned by culture, (XI) 246; conditioned versus the free, (X) 12; as conditioned movement, (VIII) 273-74; conditioned to problems, (X) 121-24; and conditioning, (VI) 7576; (VII) 45; (VIII) 298-99; (IX) 78-80, 94; (XI) 68-70, 73-74, 134, 158-59, 187-88, 257; (XV) 47, 96-97; conditioning of, (XVI) 162; conditioning of patterns, (XIII) 315; and conditions for exploration, (XVII) 50; and conflict, (l) 28; (VI) 19-20, 37-39; (X) 37-39, 222; (XII) 13-15, 155; 176-77; (XIII) 17; (XV) 62, 259; (XVI) 46-47, 170, 183; (XVII) 230, 267, 273-74; in conflict, (XIV) 81, 175, 204-5; and the conflict of choice, (X) 90; and conformity, (VII) 13; (XII) 28-29; (XV) 216, 218, 219; and conformity to pleasure, (XV) 164, 169; and confusion, (VIII) 212-14; (X) 65-66; (XI) 201-2, 204; (XVI) 247; (XVII) 17-18,

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as crowded, (XVII) 241; and the cultivation of virtue, (X) 246-48; and daily death, (VIII) 289; and daily dying, (XI) 242-43; and dealing with mistakes, (VII) 267-68; and dealing with the whole, (XV) 11; and death, (IX) 188; (X) 209-10; (XII) 39-40; defining, (VII) 14, 92-93; (XII) 202; (XIV ) 28, 136; (XVI) 15; (XVII) 110; defining the function of, (VIII) 163; dependent, (XIII) 111; describing, (XIII) 294; and desire, (VIII) 305; (X) 257; (XII) 150-53; as desire, (IX) 82-83; and desire for certainty, (XI) 35; and desire for continuity, (VII) 283; and the desire for more experience, (XV) 256; and the desire for more pleasure, (XV) 238-39; and desire for permanence, (VII) 114; and the desire for permanency, (XIII) 136; (XVI) 193; and the desire for security, (X) 42; as destroyer of love, (V) 14849; (VII) 286; and the destructiveness of conflict, (XII) 104-5; and the destructiveness of violence, (XV) 337; and deterioration, (XV) 237; deterioration of, (VII) 241; (VIII) 165-66; (IX) 185-87, 190; 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and dreams, (X) 55; and duality, (l) 2, 45; (XVI) 68; dulling through repetition, (V) 84-85; and dying to itself, (XI) 78; (XV) 33; and dying to memories, (XI) 137; dying to the petty, (XIII) 258-59; as a dynamic, (VI) 5; Eastern and Western, (XIV) 198; and the effect of problems, (XIV) 99; and efficiency without comparison, (XVII) 183; and effort, (XI) 230-33; (XV) 9, 11, 175; without effort, (IX) 65; effortless state, (XIV) 262-63; and the elimination of conflict, (XV) 143; and emotion, (X) 4; versus emotion, (III) 132; and emptiness, (l) 152; (IX) 119-20; (X) 30, 94; empty from the past, (XV) 231; empty of ideas, (XIII) 232-33; and the ending of thought, (XIV ) 212; (XV) 237-38; and the end of search, (IX) 12-13; and energy, (XII) 46; (XV) 136-37; (XVI) 134; enslaved, (XI) 290; enslaved by time, (XII) 99-100; enslaved by words, (XIV) 89; (XVII) 237; and enslavement to authority, (XV) 57; and enslavement to words, (XII) 4-6, 44, 48; as envious, (X) 207-8; and environment, (II) 68-69; (IX) 6, 7; and envy, (IX) 40; (X) 46-47; and escape, (l) 140; and escape from conflict, (l) 33; and escape from uncertainty, (X) 15-16; and escape from what is, (XVII) 12; and escape into the ideal, (VIII) 329-30; and escape through absorption, (XV) 177; and escape to God, (XI) 276; as the essence of desire, (III) 138-39; or eternal, (X) 33; as exclusive, (V) 167; and experience, (VIII) 5051, 184-85; (X) 9, 22-24; (XI) 269-70; (XV) 129; and the experience of memory, (XI) 319; and experiencing, (IX) 114; and experiencing death, (XII) 222; and experiencing God, (VIII) 181; and experiencing the new, (XI) 199; and experiencing versus sensation, (V) 299; and experiencing the unknown, (X) 66-67; and fact, (VIII) 272-74; (XI) 350-51; (XIII) 39; and the family, (XIII) 110; and fear, (l) 179; (VI) 193-94; (VII) 315-16; (VIII) 167; (X) 52; (XI) 174; (XIV) 292; (XV) 161, 219; (XVII) 163-64, 274, 276; and fear of death, (XIV) 213; and fear of the unknown, (V) 355; as fearless, (VIII) 269; and feeling(s), (X) 185; (XII) 54-55; versus feeling, (XI) 148; and the field of images, (XVII) 80, 81; and the field of time, (XI) 191, 36568; and a fixed point, (VIII) 331-32; and formation of habits, (X) 38; and the formation of ideas, (XIV) 142; and forms of escape, (XV) 272; and fragmentation, (XV) 150; 238, 279-80; (XVII) 265, 267-68; fragmented, (XI) 238-39; as free, (VII) 277; free and slave, (XI) 256; and freedom, (l) 138, 188; (VII) 131-32, 290-91; (VIII) 214; (IX) 14344, 194-95, 237, 239; (X) 21; (XI) 61, 353, 376-78; (XIII) 238, 288; (XIV) 174, 300; (XV) 203, 205, 304; (XVII) 148, 157, 217-18; and freedom from authorities and followers, (XII) 180; and freedom from authority, (VII) 53; (XVII) 34; and freedom from ‘becoming’, (X) 268-69; and freedom from the center, (X) 26; and freedom from choice, (l) 42; (VIII) 109; and freedom from conclusions, (VIII)

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and freedom from sorrow, (XII) 208-9; and freedom from time, (l) 4-5, 40; (XIV) 217; and freedom from the unknown, (IX) 53-54; and freedom from violence, (X) 81; and freedom from the word, (XVII) 272; and freedom from words, (X) 47-48; and freedom from worship, (X) 49; freedom of, (X) 206; (XI) 233; free from assumptions, (IX) 1-2; free from attachment, (XI) 241; free from authority, (XII) 204-5; (XIII) 228; (XIV) 130-31; free from belief, (XV) 171; free from challenge and response, (XII) 157; free from conclusions, (X) 170-71; free from conditioning, (IX) 39, 72, 130, 244-45; (XII) 144; free from conflict, (X) 256; free from culture, (IX) 56-57; free from dependency, (IX) 62-64; (X) 93; free from disorder, (XVII) 247; free from effort, (XI) 21-22, 232; (XVII) 210; free from envy, (IX) 251-53; free from fear, (X) 20; free from fear of insecurity, (XIV) 133; free from habit, (XI) 298-300; free from ideals, (IX) 45; free from images, (XV) 195; free from influences, (IX) 255; free from the known, (XIII) 269-70; (XVI) 250; free from memory, (XIV ) 59; free from motive, (XIII) 99-100; free from the opposite, (XVII) 232; free from the past, (XIII) 180-81; (XIV) 87; free from search, (IX) 68; free from time, (XIII) 117; free from tradition, (XIII) 68, 73; free from the word, (XI) 113-14, 118; (XII) 197, 216, 228; (XIII) 295; freeing, (l) 11; (II) 211; (XII) 67; (XVII) 32-33, 88, 241; freeing through self-knowledge, (XII) 16; and free inquiry, (X) 33; and free of the collective, (X) 177-80; free of the observer, (X) 254-55; as fresh, (III) 136-37; (VIII) 205-6; and friction, (XIV) 69, 70; functioning of, (II) 62-63; (VI) 279-81; function of, (VII) 255-57; (X) 220-21; (XI) 81-83, 166; (XII) 120; function of, for change, (VII) 297; and the function of the brain, (XI) 142-43; and generosity, (XIII) 150, 151; going beyond, (IX) 140; (XI) 378; (XVII) 187; and going beyond conditioning, (XVII) 162; going beyond itself, (XIV) 217; and going beyond the word, (XIV) 53; as guru, (VIII) 26-27; and habit, (VI) 360; (VIII) 79; (IX) 107; (X) 47, 13335; as hindrance, (III) 75-76; and the hindrance of conclusions, (IX) 240; (X) 24; and the hindrance of conformity, (X) 146-47; and the hindrance of custom, (XI) 322-23; and the hindrance of desire, (VIII) 260; and hindrance of ‘I’, (VII) 306; as hindrance to love, (VII) 163-64; as hindrance to new, (V) 233; and hindrance of the past, (VII) 5355; and the hindrance of problems, (XII) 7-8, 10, 11; and the hindrance of systems, (X) 41-42; and the hindrance of theory, (XI) 132-33; and the hindrance of time, (XII) 58-62; as humble, (X) 259-61; and humility, (XVII) 274; and the ‘I’, (l) 151; and idea, (VI) 356-57; (XIV) 235; and the ideal of perfection, (VII) 268-69; and ideals, (XI) 176; without identification, (X) 76; and illusion(s), (VII) 2, 270-71; (VIII) 100; (XII) 61; (XV) 16465; and illusion of security, (VI) 306; and imitations, (VIII) 101-3; as imitative, (XVII) 12; and immediate freedom from the past, (XIV) 22829; and immediate understanding, (XI) 248-49; as impermanent, (IX) 255; and the importance of revolution, (XVI) 298; imprisoned, (IV) 126-27; as inattentive, (XI) 222; and incompleteness, (l) 3; the incorruptible, (VII) 221; and independent thought, (X) 130; and the individual, (XI) 157; and inertia, (XVI) 29, 30; and the inertia of “how”, (VII) 17, 19; influence(s) on, (X) 198; (XII) 321; inner and outer, (XII) 90; and innocence, (XV) 289-90; (XVII) 171; as innocent, (VIII) 38; and inquiry, (VIII) 82-83; (X) 43, 233-34; (XIV) 254; (XVII) 233; and inquiry into freedom, (XIII) 110; as insensitive, (XII) 16-17; and insensitivity, (XVII) 269; as instrument of inquiry, (X) 217-18; and insufficiency, (XII) 13; and intelligence, (II) 59, 70-71; (XVII) 238; and interests, (V) 162; and interference with the now, (XV) 267; and inward revolution, (X) 63; kinds of, (l) 115-16; and knowing beauty, (XVI) 241; knowing itself, (XIII) 334; and knowledge, (l) 137, 143, 145; (XIV) 215; and the known, (VIII) 322, 346-47; (IX) 92, 159, 231-32, 260-61; (XI) 288, 385; (XIII) 290-91; (XVI) 267; (XVII) 35, 80, 81; as the known, (X) 98; and the known and unknown, (VIII) 205-6; and labeling, (V) 313; lack of change in, (XV) 302, 307; lazy, (X) 222-23; (XIII) 139; and learning, (IX) 196-97, 239; (X) 212-13; (XV) 3; levels of, (l) 45; (VII) 316; liberating, (II) 45-46; and life as movement, (XIII) 181; limitations of, (VII) 302; as limited, (IV) 70, 208; (VIII) 219-20; (IX) 161; (XI) 94, 249; limiting, (X) 16-17; and limiting consciousness, (II) 187; as limitless, (XII) 85; and listening, (XIV) 8; (XVI) 197; and living in ideas, (XVII) 248; living in the present, (XIII) 319; and living without contradiction, (XV) 253; and loneliness, (VII) 236; (IX) 64; (XI) 351; (XIV) 220; as loneliness, (XII) 156-57; and looking at

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and the need for peace, (XVI) 134; and the need for radical transformation, (X) 203; and the need for selfawareness, (IX) 77-79; need to be aware of, (XI) 374; and the need to be critical, (XIV) 244-45; and the need to change, (XI) 329-30; need to cleanse, (IX) 198-99; and the need to inquire, (XII) 5; need to understand, (XV) 341; and negative and positive thinking, (XI) 89-94; new, (X) 258; and the new, (l) 52; as new, (VII) 281-83; and new action, (XIV) 227; and new ideas, (VI) 149; and notknowing, (XII) 3-4; as observant, (X) 17; and observation, (XIV) 5-6; observation of, (IX) 195; (XI) 364; as observer, (l) 93; and obstinacy, (IX) 181-82; occupied, (VIII) 173; as old, (X) 258; and opposites, (l) 34; and opposition, (l) 145; and the origin of fear, (VIII) 187; and otherness, (IX) 23132; and the past, (l) 151; (V) 305; (VII) 224-25; (VIII) 159; (IX) 91-92, 187-88, 190-92; (X) 254; as the past, (XV) 276-77; and past experience, (VIII) 234-35; and peace, (VII) 126; (IX) 223; penetration of, (XIII) 66-67; and permanence, (X) 179; as petty, (VII) 203; and pleasure, (XV) 124; (XVII) 66, 184; and pleasure and pain, (XVI) 218; and pleasure versus what is, (XV) 210; as pliable, (III) 23-24; and positive and negative, (XV) 253, 286; and the possibility for transformation, (VII) 277; potential of, (XI) 9; poverty of, (X) 37; and prayer, (VI) 30-31, 159; and the present, (II) 16364; and previous experience, (XI) 208; and the problem of attachment, (IX) 38; and the problem of comparison, (XII) 11-12; and the problem of existence, (VIII) 15-16; and problems, (VI) 129; (VIII) 2-4, 228, 230-31; (XIV) 182; (XV) 114, 151, 192, 195; (XVI) 209-10; and process of, (VII) 316-17; (VIII) 323; (IX) 140-42, 211-12; (X) 269; (XI) 114-18; (XII) 45, 119; and the process of accumulating knowledge, (VIII) 321; as the process of change, (VII) 36-38; and process of consciousness, (VI) 119; and process of desire, (X) 58; and process of integration, (VII) 19; psychological change in, (XVI) 219; and psychological freedom, (XIV ) 83; and psychological learning, (XVI) 214; and psychological time, (V) 139-40; (IX) 167; and purpose, (XII) 24; and the pursuit of pleasure, (XVI) 146-47; and the quality of freedom, (XI) 47; and questioning, (XVI) 168; the quiet mind, (VI) 15-16; radical change in, (XI) 89, 92, 94, 155, 30910; radical revolution in, (XVII) 65; and the reason for effort, (IX) 263; reasons for changes in, (XIV) 72; reasons for decline of, (XIV) 67, 70; and recognition, (VI) 125-26; (VII) 209-10; and recognizable experience, (XVII) 155; as recorder of the past, (XV) 99; and the refinement of self, (VIII) 118-19; rejuvenation of, (XVII) 78; and relationship, (X) 71-72; and religion, (XI) 103; as religious and irreligious, (XV) 60; and the religious revolution, (IX) 210, 212; and religious sacredness, (XV) 245; and renewal, (XVI) 248, 298, 301; renewal of, (XVII) 96; and repetition, (VI) 299303; as the repository of human history, (XIII) 3839; as residue of the past, (V) 233-34; and resolution of problems, (XV) 212-13; restless, (XI) 234-35; as the result of time, (V) 189; (VII) 85-86; (X) 43; (XI) 43; (XIII) 66; (XVII) 109; in revolt, (IX) 10; and revolution, (VIII) 16-17, 168-69; (XIII) 67; revolution of, (XI) 15-16; and right and wrong, (VII) 291-92; and righteousness, (X) 184; and the rigidity of aging, (XIII) 204-5; as rootless, (VIII) 194, 196-97; and the sacred, (XV) 242-43, 245; and science, (XII) 51; and search, (IX) 17985, 256-57; as searcher, (IX) 115; and the search for authority, (XI) 350; (XIV) 116-17; and the search for certainty, (VIII) 208; and the search for comfort, (XVII) 54; and the search for experience, (XIV) 299; and the search for God, (VII) 241; and search for the new, (l) 1; and the search for permanence, (VII) 328-29; and search for reality, (VI) 240; (VII) 31-32; (VIII) 242-43; and search for security, (II) 69; (III) 95-96; (VIII) 214-14, 222-24; (IX) 248; (XI) 105; (XII) 134-35, 137; and the search for truth, (VII) 165; and the search for the unknown, (IX) 111, 112-13; and search for virtue, (l) 20; secondhand, (XV) 137; and security, (VIII) 288; (IX) 19, 212; and seeing, (XIV) 306; and seeing the totality, (XV) 284; and seeing as a total unity, (XVII) 265, 267-68; and seeing the true and the false, (XVII) 270; and seeking, (XV) 242; (XVI) 196; and seeking experiences, (XIV) 261; and seeking pleasure, (XVII) 234; as the self, (IX) 130; and self-abandonment, (XI) 251-52; and selfawareness, (VII) 8; and self-centered activity, (VI) 322-23; and self-concern (XIII) 141; and selfcontradiction, (XI) 150; and self-deception, (VII) 46; (VIII) 339; (X) 272; and self-discipline, (l) 3536; as self-enslaver and liberator, (XII) 237; and self-knowledge, (IV) 205-6; (V) 29; (VI) 346; (VII) 327; (X) 141-44, 221; and self-

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See also Awareness; Body; Brain; Center; Conditioning; Conflict; Consciousness; ‘I’; ‘Me; Memory; Mind-heart; New mind; Self; Serious mind; Thought Mind and body: in conflict, (XIII) 139. See also Psychosomatic illness Mind and heart, (l) 121; (II) 80; and achievement, (l) 65-66; and action, (l ) 30, 85-86; and awareness, (l) 25; and change, (XV) 334; and emptiness, (l) 1415; and environment, (II) 74; freeing, (l) 28, 176; harmony of, (l) 11, 90-92, 193; and sexual problems, (l) 62; and simplicity, (V) 247; and understanding, (l) 80. See also Heart; Mind; Mindheart Mind and the brain: differences between, (XII) 270 Mind control, (X) 227-28; (XI) 103; and loss of freedom, (XII) 281 Mind-emotion: See Mind-heart; Thought-feeling Mind-heart, (III) 5-6; (IV) 15-16; and hindrances, (IV) 31; and lack of stillness, (IV) 18; and limitation, (III) 14; and loneliness, (IV) 30-31; and meditation, (IV) 35-36; and memory, (IV) 29-32; and self-awareness, (IV) 22; as silent, (IV) 8; and terminal illness, (IV) 37; and tranquillity, (IV) 42; wholeness of, (III) 3, 4. See also Mind; Thoughtfeeling ‘Mine’: See ‘I’; ‘Me’; Self; Thinker and the thought Miracles: desire for, (IV) 206; search for, (II) 20. See also Christianity; Religion Mischief: See Conflict; Confusion Mistakes: and discovery, (XII) 286; and peace of mind, (VII) 267-68 Mode of conduct: and the desire for authority, (X) 48 Modern life: and conflict, (XIII) 290. See also Life Modern society: revolt against, (XII) 278. 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See also Creativity; Immediate; Self-fulfillment Money: and psychological problems, (XIV) 176-77 Monks: and conditioning, (XIII) 122; and the ending of sorrow, (XIII) 253; and escape, (XVI) 115; and pleasure, (XVII) 11; and the simple life, (XV) 42; and the suppression of pleasure, (XVII) 123; and withdrawal from the world, (XIII) 264-65. See also Authority; Religion; Simplicity Montessori: as a system of education, (V) 105 Moral: as conflict, (XV) 15 Moral decline, (XVII) 216, 217. See also Morality Moral fiber: disintegration of, (X) 195 Morality, (II) 11; (VII) 251-53; acceptance of traditional, religious, and social, (XVII) 201; actual and ideal, (III) 53-54; and choice, (XV) 198-99; and compulsion, (II) 209; as conscious conflict, (VII) 317; defining, (II) 11; (X) 184; (XI) 322; and discipline, (II) 138; and the discipline of society, (XIV) 144; and disorder, (XVII) 239; and education, (VII) 163-64; and humans and the apes, (XIV) 199; of individual and group, (II) 136; and love, (XIV) 302; and pleasure, (XVI) 215; and possessions, (II) 5-6; and possessiveness, (II) 6, 205-6; and questioning of values, (II) 183-84; and religion, (II) 209; as reward and punishment, (III) 37-38; and social bondage, (II) 54; and social respectability, (XV) 71, 73; and society, (XIII) 116; (XV) 15; and time, (XVII) 202; as tradition, (VII) 186. See also Deterioration; Environment; Humility; Society; World problems Moral life, (VII) 251-53 ‘More’: and becoming, (VIII) 16; and continuity, (IX) 250-51; creation of, (IX) 114; desire for, (VIII) 185; (XVI) 216-17; and envy, (X) 47, 132; (XIII) 168; freedom from, (X) 172-73; and the free mind, (IX) 195-96; and greed, (VII) 223; and the habit of envy, (XV) 135-36; and the occupied mind, (VII) 312-13; and pleasure, (XVI) 286; as progress, (VIII) 107-8; pursuit of, (X) 241; (XIII) 186; search for, (XVI) 247; as source of illusion, (VII) 270-71; as time, (VIII) 331-32, 343. See also Accumulation; Acquisition; Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Becoming; Experience; Fulfillment; Progress; Saints; Society; Success Mother: and love for the child, (XIV) 307. See also Family Mother and child: and dependence, (XVI) 120. See also Family Motion: and action of the mind, (VII) 248 Motive, (VII) 204; and achieving the opposite, (IX) 228-29; and action, (XII) 66, 73; (XIV) 204; and affection and love, (XII) 298; and attention, (IX) 276; (XIII) 84; for attention, (VIII) 313; versus attention, (X) 175; and attention and inattention, (XVII) 262-63; and change, (IX) 26, 56; (X) 100101; (XI) 273-75, 314; (XII) 255-56, 291; (XIII) 3-4, 271-72; (XIV) 187-88; (XV) 133, 303; and comparison, (XIV) 194; and confusion, (XII) 6869; and denial, (XIII) 54, 258, 259; and the desire to be secure, (X) 79; and the desire to be socially helpful, (XII) 66; and discipline, (XI) 279; and discontent, (IX) 68, 208-9; and distortion, (XIII) 168-69; and effort, (X) 75; and ending conflict, (XIII) 231; ending without, (XIII) 259; and energy, (XIII) 56-57, 160-61, 338; (XIV) 238; (XV) 42; (XVI) 67; enslavement to, (XI) 255; and fragmentation, (XVI) 296; freedom from, (X) 39; and freedom from envy, (X) 242; and frustration, (X) 182-83; as hindrance, (XII) 284-85; as hindrance to answers, (XVII) 35; as hindrance to attention, (XVII) 45; as hindrance to change, (X) 45-46; as hindrance to efficiency, (XVII) 263; as hindrance to energy, (XIV) 118; as hindrance to freedom, (XV) 5; (XVII) 39; as hindrance to investigation, (XIII) 100; as hindrance to passion, (XVII) 64; as hindrance to revolution, (XVII) 65; as hindrance to solving problems, (XVII) 51; and inertia, (XVI) 28; and listening, (XVII) 263; and ‘me’, (X) 254-55; need to understand, (XI) 306; and pain and pleasure, (XIV) 95; and passion, (XIV) 265; (XVII) 155, 157; and pleasure, (XVII) 262-63; and positive action, (XI) 292; and questioning, (XIII) 115; (XVI) 33, 196; and the question of living, (XVI) 187-88; and rejection, (XV) 263-65, 291; and response, (XVI) 208; and reward and punishment, (XVI) 25; and search, (X) 217; (XVI) 82; and search for, (VIII) 342; for search, (IX) 20, 68, 179; and seeking, (XVII) 154; and self-knowing, (XIII) 248-49; and sorrow, (XIII) 310-11; (XIV) 26; understanding, (IX) 258. See also Effort; Faith; Incentive; Observation; Resistance Motiveless action: and action, (XII) 288. See also Motive Movement: and achieving clarity, (XVI) 197; and action, (XI) 112; without causation, (X) 183; without center, (X) 180; from the center to the periphery, (XVII) 153, 156; cessation of, (VIII) 320; (XI) 127-28; and change, (X) 137; (XI) 12528; (XII) 291-92; (XVI) 263-65, 268; from one conditioning to another, (VII) 266-67; and creation, (XIII) 40; and the end of the known, (VIII) 347; of energy, (VIII) 304-6; and escape, (XVI) 267; and escape as static, (XVI) 263-65; and the field of time, (XV) 271, 273; and the fresh mind, (XVI) 301; as hindrance to clarity, (IX) 29;

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of inner and outer, (XIII) 156-57; and knowing, (XI) 269-70; and the known, (XI) 283; and learning, (XV) 9, 150; of learning, (XI) 302, 338; of life, (XIII) 267-68; and the mind, (XI) 300; motiveless, (IX) 208; and the negative and the positive, (XV) 286; not of time, (XV) 134-35; of pleasure, (XV) 165; and the religious mind, (XII) 171-72; and self-knowledge, (IX) 67; (XI) 185; and the sensitive mind, (XV) 273; as static, (XVI) 268; and truth, (X) 198; (XII) 252; and what is, (XVI) 264-65. See also Inner and outer; Inward and outward Movement of knowing: and the timeless, (XI) 362-63 Movement of life, (XV) 1; and attention, (XVI) 33; and change, (XI) 173; listening to, (XV) 297-98, 341; and meditation, (XI) 195; need to understand, (XIV) 227-28; separation from, (XI) 354; and time, (XI) 191-92; understanding, (XV) 295, 300. See also Life; Movement Mukti: as freedom, (X) 131 Murder: approach to, (XVI) 116; and search for God, (IV) 26. See also Killing; Violence Music: and listening, (XVII) 39. See also Arts Musician: and expression, (XVI) 245. See also Arts Muslim: and conditioning, (XIV) 156. See also Ambition; Authority; Background; Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; God; Identification; Religion; Religious mind; Religious organizations; Sects; Society; Visions; Words; World proble ms Muslim League, (IV) 86-87 Mutating mind: as the religious mind, (XII) 325 Mutation, (XII) 253-54, 256-57, 288-93; and the absence of authority, (XII) 299; and the absence of fear, (XVII) 164; and the absence of time, (XIV) 5; achieving, (XII) 267; (XIII) 74, 75, 78, 79, 109, 118, 328, 332; (XIV) 60, 140, 191-92, 277-78; (XV) 40, 308; (XVI) 12, 32, 219; (XVII) 111; achieving without effort, (XV) 66; and the active present, (XIV) 13; and altruism, (XVII) 127; and attention, (XII) 308; and awareness, (XII) 311, 313; and the brain, (XIV) 273; and the cessation of thought, (XIV ) 8; and the collective and the individual, (XIV) 273; and commitment, (XVII) 217; and the compassionate mind, (XIII) 300; conditions for, (XVII) 14; and the conscious and unconscious as unimportant, (XIV) 190-91; and consciousness, (XII) 256; and the creative mind, (XIV) 269; and creativeness, (XIV) 233; and defining, (XIII) 107-8, 118; (XIV) 59, 230; and ending fear, (XVII) 68; and the end of experience, (XIII) 302; and energy, (XIII) 325-30; (XVII) 198; and the field of time, (XV) 133; and freedom, (XIII) 109; and freedom from fear, (XIII) 305; and the free mind, (XVII) 9; versus the gradual process, (XIII) 24; and the hindrance of conditioning, (XVII) 110; and the hindrance of ideas, (XIII) 276; and the hindrance of the mind, (XIV) 15; and hindrance of the past, (XIII) 77; and hindrance of the positive, (XV) 262; and the hindrance of systems, (XIV) 278; and the hindrance of time, (XIV) 305; how to achieve, (XII) 320; and human beings, (XVII) 222-23; and human problems, (XVI) 19; and immediate action, (XIV) 135; and the individual, (XV) 52; and learning, (XV) 174; in life and death, (XVI) 63; and listening, (XIII) 302; and love, (XV) 35; and the meaninglessness of time, (XIII) 24; and meditation, (XII) 307; (XV) 38; as motiveless, (XIV) 9; necessary action for, (XVI) 173, 174; need for, (XII) 305; (XIII) 4-5, 295, 328; (XIV) 228-29; (XV) 307, 330; and the need for attention, (XVI) 6; and the need for contact, (XIV) 256; and the need for energy, (XV) 91; (XVII) 139; and the need for freedom, (XIV ) 169; need for immediate, (XVI) 64; and the need for total revolution, (XIV) 274; and the need to break through conditioning, (XVII) 100, 104; and the new mind, (XII) 305; (XVI) 157; and observation, (XIV) 58-59; out of time, (XIV) 59; as part of daily living, (XIV) 61; and perception of the fact, (XIII) 138; and the petty mind, (XII) 307-9; and pleasure, (XVII) 10; possibility of achieving, (XVII) 144; and questioning authority, (XIII) 11; and relationships, (XVI) 34-35; and the religious revolution, (XIII) 118; as revolution, (XIV) 35; and self-knowing, (XIV) 172; and silence, (XVI) 130; and society, (XVI) 219; and space in the mind, (XIV) 140; and the still mind, (XVII) 242; system to achieve, (XVII) 117; and time, (XV) 262, 303; (XVI) 21; versus time, (XIV) 188; as total action, (XVII) 13; as total revolution, (XV) 3-4; understanding, (XII) 284-87; and understanding the positive and negative, (XV) 260-62; and understanding the process of thought, (XIII) 296-97, 300; and verbalization, (XIII) 296. See also Change; Humility; Listening; Love; New; Quiet mind; Radical transformation; Revolution; Transformation; Virtue Mutation and change: difference between, (XII) 28486 Mutation, religion, and the individual: as interrelated, (XIV) 161-67. See also Individual; Religion Mystery: as an invention of the mind, (VIII) 28; search for, (XV) 174; (XVI) 66, 280-81; and the search for the hidden, (XV) 49, 52 Mystic, (IX) 142-43 Mysticism, (l ) 52; defining, (VII) 25-26; as escape, (XIV) 268; and illusion, (VI) 230-31; as selfdelusion, (XIV) 299 Myth(s): and belief, (V) 57-58; as escape, (XI) 283-85, 288; versus fact, (VIII) 272-74 Nama-Japam: and the quiet mind, (VII) 155-56 Naming: attempt to avoid, (XIII) 279-80; and awareness, (IX) 30-31, 286; and the cessation of evil, (IX) 95; to communicate or identify, (V) 31113; and condemnation, (IX) 23, 72; and consciousness, (IV) 186-87; (V) 236; (IX) 99-100; and creating conflict, (XVI) 50; and the creation of

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See also Conformity; Nationalism; Society; Success Nationalism, (l) 150-151; (II) 47, 78, 176, 185, 199200; (III) 74-75, 91-92, 128-29, 227; (IV) 132-33; (VI) 137-38; and acquisitiveness, (II) 154-55; and aloneness, (XVI) 118; approach to questioning, (XIII) 115; basis of, (II) 51; and belief, (XII) 12627; and brotherhood, (l) 155-58, 167; and business, (II) 47; as cause of human division, (VIII) 154-55; as a cause of war, (X) 70; cessation of, (IV) 201; as collective expression, (II) 204; and commitment, (XVI) 224-25; and conditioning, (XIII) 5-6, 27374; and conflict, (XI) 371-72; (XVII) 276; and the creation of disorder, (XV) 159; and cruel energy, (XII) 64-65; as a curse, (XI) 206-7; danger of, (XVII) 184; as a dead quality, (XI) 122; and denial, (XII) 287; and the denial of peace, (XVI) 214; and the denial of physical survival, (XVI) 6061; and the desire for permanence, (X) 7; as destructive, (XI) 316-17; destructiveness of, (XIII) 183-84; as destructive of human needs, (IV) 85; as a disease, (II) 216; and disorder, (XV) 124, 299, 327-29; and divisions, (V) 1-2, 4; (XIV) 229; as divisive, (VI) 70; divisiveness of, (XVI) 171, 172; and ending violence, (XVI) 224-25; and exploitation, (II) 216; as fact, (XIII) 64; and fear, (VIII) 237; freedom from, (XIII) 92; (XVI) 151; and the frightened mind, (XVII) 247; as habit, (XIII) 249; and harmony, (II) 37; as hindrance, (XIV) 150; as hindrance to brotherhood, (II) 51; as hindrance to human unity, (XVII) 162; as hindrance to love, (X) 178; as hindrance to solving problems, (XI) 295; and hypocrisy, (l) 173-74; as idea, (VI) 49; and ideas, (XIV) 236; and image, (XVI) 44; and the individual, (VI) 352; and isolation, (IV) 193; and Masters, (l) 164; and military education, (V) 110-11; narrowness of, (XV) 187-88; and patriotism, (II) 6, 41-42; and peace, (IX) 223-24; versus peace, (VIII) 217; as a poison, (V) 77; and possessiveness, (II) 19; and power, (V) 59-61; and prejudice, (II) 6; (III) 29, 201-202; and problems, (XIV) 41; (XVII) 93; and provincialism, (III) 129; and psychological security, (IX) 222; and religion, (X) 201; (XIII) 333; as road to war, (X) 24, 73, 84; role of, (XVI) 232; and science, (VIII) 92; and security, (V) 63; (VI) 187-88; (XIV) 186; seeing the nature of, (XVI) 227; and social problems, (VI) 54; and starvation, (XIV ) 75; and state worship, (V) 115; understanding, (VIII) 140; and understanding, (XV) 169-70; and unemployment, (II) 19; versus the unity of mankind, (XVII) 30; and viewing from the center, (XII) 95; and war, (l) 178-79; (II) 6, 205; (III) 231-32; (V) 15, 75, 339; (VI) 59-60; (VIII) 19, 153; (XVI) 4, 17, 95; (XVII) 263; and world problems, (XII) 75-76, 118; (XV) 196; and worship of the past, (III) 210. See also Authority; Class; Conditioning; Conflict; Consciousness; Divisions; Government; Greed; Peace; Possessions; Power; Religion; Security; Society; Starvation; Violence; War; World chaos; World problems Nationality: and division, (VIII) 248; versus freedom, (IX) 50-51; need to end, (XVII) 258; and thought, (IX) 12-13, 135. See also Nationalism; Unity of mankind National symbols: and conditioning, (X) 115 Nations: inequality among, (XI) 259 Nature, (V) 142-43; communion with, (XIV) 226; (XVII) 281; as creator of sorrow, (III) 227; distancing from, (XVI) 113; insensitivity to, (XVII) 267; and insensitivity to beauty, (V) 14243; loss of contact with, (XVII) 207; loss of relationship with, (V) 142. See also State Necessity (-ies): and desire, (III) 142-43; understanding, (VI) 227-28; and world starvation, (V) 73. See also Food, clothing, shelter; Need; Psychological security Need(s), (II) 124-25; (III) 189; dependence on, (XII) 243-44; and exploitation, (IV) 134; and false division, (III) 70; and psychological gratification, (IV) 32; physical and psychological, (V) 192; of rich and poor, (II) 52; understanding, (XII) 244. See also Food, clothing, shelter; Necessities; Possessiveness Negation: and the absence of conditioning, (XIII) 197; achieving the state of, (XVI) 76-77; of activity, (XVI) 230; and the act of nonconfoming, (XVII) 21; agreement in, (III) 197; and attention, (XII) 113; and beauty, (XIII) 143; and coming to the quiet mind, (XVII) 271; and the creative, (XVII) 272; defining the state of, (XIII) 226; and disorder, (XV) 325-26; and freedom, (XV) 282; (XVII) 20; and humility, (XI) 370; importance of, (XIII) 184; and intelligence, (XVII) 238; and the inquiring mind, (XII) 103; and inquiry, (XVI) 75; and inquiry into the religious mind, (XII) 224; and the lack of resistance, (XIII) 50; in life, (VI) 319-20; and love, (XII) 179; (XVI) 76-77; and motiveless rejection, (XV) 286; and the new, (XVI) 77; and the positive mind, (XIII) 129; and the positive order, (XVII) 223; and seeing completely, (XIV) 201-2; and seeing the true, (XIII) 142; and self-

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See also Negative Negative approach, (XV) 253-60, 260-66; and the absence of authority, (XIII) 215; and the absence of reaction, (XII) 154; and conditioning, (XIII) 208; and the conscious mind, (XI) 231-32; defining, (XV) 213-14; and denial, (XII) 287; and inquiry, (XI) 291-92; meaning of, (XIII) 50-51; and positive action, (XI) 202-6; and psychological problems, (XIII) 293; and religion, (XIV ) 44; and truth, (XII) 83-84; and the unconscious, (XIII) 226; to the unconscious, (XII) 220; and the unconscious mind, (XI) 163-64; understanding, (XII) 170. See also Negation; Negative and the positive; Negative thinking; Thinking Negative comprehension, (III) 246-47; comprehension as highest form of thinking, (III) 221 Negative mind, (XIII) 129-30; and the absence of contradiction, (XV) 256-57, 259; and the absence of experience, (XV) 257. See also Negation; Negative approach Negative observation: and the mind, (XIII) 33. See also Negation Negative state: defining, (XIII) 201-2; listening in, (XVI) 147. See also Negation Negative thinking, (XI) 89-94; and comprehension, (IV) 108; and creative understanding, (IV) 163; defining, (X) 19; (XI) 188, 282; (XII) 213-14, 322; and discovery of the true, (XIV) 265; explaining, (XIII) 256; as highest form, (V) 137-38; (VIII) 235; (XII) 220; importance of, (XI) 68; meaning of, (XI) 329; and meditation, (XIII) 95; versus positive thinking, (V) 147; (XI) 135; process of, (XII) 78-81, 255-56; and the religious mind, (XII) 322-23; and the religious spirit, (XII) 170; and seeing the false, (XIII) 2; as supreme, (IX) 179; and the unconscious, (XI) 163-64; and words, (V) 220. See also Negation Negative watching: defining, (XIII) 244; and the unconscious, (XIII) 194-95. See also Negation Negro and white: conflict between, (XVI) 224. See also Racism; World problems Neurological fear: types of, (XII) 47-48. See also Fear Neurosis (-es): awareness of, (XIII) 330; and conflict, (XIII) 290; and the desire for certainty, (XIII) 204; and escape from fear, (XVII) 72; and fear, (XIII) 137; (XIV) 94; (XV) 76-77; (XVI) 210; and identification, (XIV) 217-18; and nonviolence, (XVI) 296; and problems, (XIII) 324; (XV) 72; and religious people, (XV) 27; and self-centered activity, (XVI) 184; and tension, (XVI) 153, 162; and turmoil, (XIII) 307; and uncertainty, (XIV) 132. See also Contradiction New: absence of, (IX) 186; and the absence of the known, (XVI) 185; and the absence of movement, (XVI) 301; and absence of process of recognition, (VII) 317, 319-20; and the absence of seeking, (XVI) 247; and the absence of thought, (XVI) 164; achieving, (IX) 142; (X) 33; (XV) 137; and action, (XVI) 261; and action without contradiction, (XVI) 228; actions as, (XVII) 170; and aloneness, (VII) 221; without the animal background, (XIV) 200; and approach to problems, (X) 197; versus belief, (V) 307; (XII) 321; versus the certain, (VIII) 209; and challenge, (X) 157; challenge of, (V) 255, 3056; challenge and response to, (XII) 325; and change, (X) 138; and communion, (XIV) 284; versus the conditioned brain, (XVII) 135; versus conditioning, (XVII) 97, 134; conditions for, (XVI) 115; and conflict, (XIII) 49-50; in conflict with the old, (IV) 173-74; versus contradiction, (VIII) 267; and creation, (XII) 216-17; (XVI) 148; creation of, (XIII) 259; (XV) 177; and the creative, (XI) 35; and creativity, (V) 286; (IX) 245; and the death of the old, (XVII) 277; and desire, (VII) 42; and destroying the old, (XIII) 209; and the difficulty of listening, (X) 204; and discovery, (XIII) 302-3; discovery of, (X) 145-46; and dying, (VII) 55-56; (X) 53; through dying, (XVI) 176; and dying daily, (XVII) 237; and dying to yesterday, (XVII) 148-50; and emptiness, (XII) 256; (XIV) 164, 263; (XVI) 70-71; and the empty mind, (XV) 246; and ending, (XVII) 113; and the ending of sorrow, (XV) 221; and ending time, (XVII) 67; and an end to seeking, (XI) 189; and the energy to inquire, (XVI) 75; versus experience, (XI) 178; (XVII) 32-33, 34-35; experiencing, (X) 71; explosion into, (XVI) 39; explosion of energy, (XVI) 156; and the fear of ending the old, (XVI) 76-77; feeling, (X) 265-66; and freedom, (XVI) 191-92; freedom from the past, (VII) 53-55; and the free mind, (IX) 4; and the fresh mind, (XV) 289-90; and futility of recognition, (IX) 180; and God, (IX) 24; and the hindrance of conditioning, (XVI) 162; and the hindrance of image, (XVII) 169; and the hindrance of memory, (X) 214; and the hindrance of the past, (XIV) 52; and the hindrance of repetition, (XVI) 228; and the hindrance of thought, (XVI) 147; (XVII) 169, 173; and independence, (IX) 109; and the innocent mind, (XII) 207; joy of, (IV) 110-11; and knowledge, (V) 233; (XI) 382; without labeling, (V) 311; and learning, (XIV) 54-55; (XVI) 214;

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See also Change; Creative revolution; Freedom; Fresh mind; Mutation; New mind; Radical transformation; Reality; Renewal; Revolution; Time; Total revolution; Transformation; Truth New approach: versus the old, (VII) 322. See also Truth New brain: and the interval, (XVI) 197. See also Brain; New New challenge: and old response, (VIII) 300, 302 New culture: and the free mind, (VIII) 322 New day: and change, (VIII) 164 New entity: See New; New mind New human being: immediate need for, (XIV) 30. See also New New man: achieving, (XIV) 6; and observation, (XIV) 4-5; and the political organization, (XVI) 231. See also New New mind, (VIII) 49-52; (XII) 293-95, 298; and the absence of ambition, (XII) 310; and the absence of conflict, (XII) 154; (XIV) 49; and the absence of seeking, (XVI) 182; achieving, (XII) 115, 254, 308-9; (XIII) 52-53, 61, 73; acquiring, (XVI) 1419; and awareness, (XII) 56; (XIII) 117-18; and the challenge of life, (XII) 279; and change, (XVII) 10; and confronting facts, (XIII) 63; and the conscious and unconscious, (XII) 112; versus continuity, (XI) 368; and creativity, (VIII) 166-67; and criticism, (XIV) 34-35; and dealing with problems, (XVII) 97; defining, (VIII) 48; (XII) 113-14; describing, (XII) 50-51, 55, 236; and dying of the old, (XVII) 31; and dying to the past, (XII) 161; and energy, (XII) 114-15; (XVI) 154; as essential, (XII) 118; through explosion, (XVI) 16263; and family and societal obligations, (XII) 127; and fear, (XIII) 137; and freedom from the known, (XIII) 273; and freedom from memory, (V) 215; and God, (XVI) 157; and the hindrance of fragmentation, (XIV ) 14; as innocent, (VIII) 49, 51; and inquiry, (XII) 293; and multiplying problems, (XIII) 16; and mutation, (XIII) 74; need for, (XII) 50-54, 174, 275-76; (XIII) 2, 67, 71, 116; (XIV) 14-17, 47; (XVI) 8; needs of, (XV) 93; and negation, (XIII) 50; for new relationships, (XIV) 227-28; and the new world, (XIII) 119; possibility of, (XVI) 14, 19; and the problem of existence, (VIII) 142-43; as the religious mind, (XII) 107-8, 113-14; and seeing, (XIII) 73; and seeing the total, (XII) 57-58; versus social morality, (XIII) 52; and sorrow, (XII) 294-95, 298; and time, (XII) 58; (XIII) 24; (XIV) 5; and understanding experience and thought, (XIV) 37; and understanding imitation, (XVI) 15, 19; and understanding love, (XIV ) 335-36; versus “what to do”, (XII) 128. See also Change; Empty mind; Free mind; Fresh mind; Innocent mind; Mind; Mutation; New; New mind; Quiet mind; Religious mind; Revolution; Silent mind New morality: defining, (III) 232 New order: and the need for peace, (XV) 296, 301; and understanding disorder, (XVII) 176. See also New; New mind; Order New problems: and new solutions, (IV) 83-84 New society: achieving, (VIII) 301-2; (XVII) 36; creation of, (XI) 8-10; and education, (VIII) 281; and the empty mind, (XI) 94; and the ending of sorrow, (XV) 344; and the human being, (XVII) 4; and the individual, (V) 185; and individual responsibility, (XV) 53-54; and learning, (XVII) 60; versus the mediocre mind, (VIII) 124; and order, (XVII) 180; principles for, (V) 64; questioning the existence of, (XVII) 57; versus reformation, (X) 166; and self-knowledge, (V) 61, 78; and the serious man, (XV) 301; and transformation, (XV) 182; and the use of force, (XVII) 61; and what is, (XVII) 191. See also Change; Condemnation; New; New order; Revolution; Society; Total revolution; Transformation Newspapers: and the dulling of the mind, (XIII) 295. See also Authority; Influences; Propaganda New thinking: and self-knowledge, (X) 234 New world, (VIII) 41-43; and the absence of ambition, (XIII) 78; achieving, (VIII) 29, 170-71; (X) 101-2, 128; creating, (VIII) 46; (IX) 113; creation of, (XI) 207; without divisions, (XIII) 30; and freedom from authority, (X) 101; and freedom from conditioning, (X) 177-78; and the hindrance of thought, (XVI) 163, 167; and insight into what is, (VIII) 33; and mutation, (XII) 284; need for, (X)

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See also Communion; Words Nonviolence, (X) 80-81; and becoming, (VIII) 169; and belief, (XVI) 255; futility of attempt to achieve, (XVI) 179; as an idea, (XVII) 12; as ideal, (XI) 23-24; ideal of, (XV) 305; (XVI) 192-93, 224; (XVII) 103, 107; and ideology, (XVII) 142, 170; as ineffectual, (IX) 119; and intellectuals, (XV) 333; and neurosis, (XVI) 296; as nonreality, (XII) 61; and the refusal to kill, (XV) 327-28; and the relationship to violence, (XVI) 288-89; as romantic, (XVII) 258; and the state of contradiction, (XI) 305-6; and time, (XII) 101; and violence, (XI) 369-70; and war, (IV) 192; (XVI) 44. See also Contradiction; Ideals; Violence; War; World problems No-sayers: and religion, (XI) 289-90 Nothing: and achieving the unknown, (XIII) 203; fear of being, (XVI) 227; importance of being, (XIII) 180 Nothingness: and becoming, (IX) 170; and creativity, (IX) 122; and emptiness, (XIII) 191; as sanity, (IX) 129; state of, (XII) 161; and the state of revolution, (XI) 177; and unconscious state, (VI) 325-26. See also Nothing No-time: as the essence of time, (XV) 271, 273 Not-knowing: and the ability to investigate, (IX) 239; and attention, (XII) 250-51; and the cause of violence, (XVI) 291-93; and fear, (XII) 250-51; as the highest form of thinking, (X) 19; and humility, (XIII) 81; living in the state of, (XIII) 105; and the process of thought, (XIII) 287; state of, (XI) 390; (XII) 215-16; (XVI) 295; and the state of learning, (XV) 111; and truth, (XI) 307; two states of, (XIII) 257, 259. See also Knowing; Knowledge Now, (XV) 266-69, 273; as the continuation of memory, (XVI) 238-39; defining, (XV) 267; living in, (XVI) 12; (XVII) 27. See also Future; Past; Present; Time Obedience: and authority, (XIII) 9-11; (XIV) 247; and the creation of disorder, (XIII) 70-71; and disorder, (XVII) 174; and the dull mind, (XII) 286-87; and fear, (VIII) 83-84; (XII) 278; (XV) 44; reasons for, (XIII) 10; and responsibility, (XIII) 224; and security, (XIV) 130; and social conditioning, (XVII) 261; and society, (XIII) 227, 228; versus the true individual, (XI) 145; without understanding, (VII) 132-33; and violence, (XVII) 257. See also Authority; Conditioning; Conformity; Discipline Object: as the action, (XVI) 268; and the creation of space, (XVI) 70; love without, (XVI) 114; as the observed, (XVI) 269-70; and the seeker, (XVI) 69; and space, (XIV) 293, 300; (XVI) 25, 189, 249; (XVII) 88, 89. See also Censor; Center; Entity; Observer Object and the observer: and space, (XV) 35-36. See also Object; Observer and the observed Obscurity: results of, (XVII) 99 Observation, (XIV) 1-7; and the absence of resistance, (XII) 289; and the absence of thought, (XVII) 4; and action, (XVI) 152; approach to, (VIII) 122-23; and attention, (XIII) 84; (XVII) 148; and authority, (XIII) 335-36; and awareness, (X) 53-54; (XVII) 83; with care, (XIV) 79-80; as catalyst, (XVII) 39; cessation of, (XVI) 148; and change, (XII) 267; (XV) 337; change through, (XV) 65-66; without choice, (IX) 4; and choiceless awareness, (XV) 175; (XVII) 14; and clarity, (XVI) 7, 9; and the clear mind, (XIV) 3; without comparison, (VIII) 122; (XII) 11-12; with conclusions, (XIII) 328; without condemnation, (VIII) 307-8; (XIV) 12; (XVI) 114; (XVII) 22; and conditioning, (XII) 100-101; (XVI) 162; (XVII) 263; conditions for, (XVII) 99; and conflict, (XIV) 125-26; and the conscious mind, (XIV) 63, 65; and consciousness, (XIV) 38, 39; and desire, (X) 245; (XIV) 183; and deterioration, (XVII) 78; and discipline, (XIV) 4; (XVII) 34; and discovering the true and false, (XIV) 27; without distraction, (IX) 21; and dullness, (XII) 45-46; and the ending of conflict, (XIV) 42; and the ending of sorrow, (XIV) 307; (XV) 344; and the ending of violence, (XIV) 76; and energy, (XIV ) 288; (XV) 144-45; and enslavement to words, (XII) 122; without evaluation, (XIII) 215; and examination, (XVI) 33; as exploration, (XIV) 108; and facing the fact, (XIV) 26; and the fact, (XII) 311; of fear, (XV) 300; and feeling, (XII) 88; (XIII) 236-37; without formula, (XIV) 143-44, 146; and freedom, (XIII) 292; (XIV) 18, 19-20, 139; (XVI) 61; (XVII) 211; and freedom from the word, (XVII) 36; and the hindrance of accumulation, (XIV) 107; and the hindrance of determination, (XVI) 96-97; and the hindrance of memory, (XIII) 326; and the hindrance of the mind, (VIII) 151-52; and the hindrance of motive, (XVII) 262-63; and the hindrance of resistance, (XVI) 198; and the hindrance of thought, (XVII) 219; of human conflict, (XIV) 43; and image, (XVII) 58; importance of, (XVII) 105; and indifference, (XIII) 147; of the inner and outer world, (XIV ) 79; inside and outside, (XIII) 331; without interpretation, (XV) 45-46; without judging, (XIV) 301; and knowledge, (XIII) 299; and learning,

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See also Attention; Awareness; Desire; Listening; Looking; Observer and the observed; Perception; Seeing; Thinking Observed: defining, (XVII) 210. See also Observer Observer: absence of, (XII) 102; (XVII) 164-65; and awareness, (XV) 38; as censor, (XV) 100; and change, (XVI) 20; (XVII) 276; as the conditioned entity, (XVI) 136-37; and consciousness, (XVII) 3; defining, (XVII) 210; and despair, (V) 249; and duality, (XVI) 69; ending of, (XVI) 203; (XVII) 90; and fear, (XVI) 212; (XVII) 112, 113, 275-76; freedom from, (XVI) 251; as hindrance to attention, (XVI) 190; as hindrance to freedom, (XVII) 38; as hindrance to observation, (XV) 28384; as the idea, (XVI) 268; identifying, (XVI) 199201; and the image, (XV) 202; (XVI) 45-46; (XVII) 79, 82; as image-maker, (XVI) 183; and inattention, (XV) 113; living without, (XVI) 191; and loneliness, (XVI) 153-54; looking without, (XVI) 136, 186-87, 201; meaning of, (XVI) 23; and memory, (XVI) 134; (XVII) 43, 72; and the observed, (IV) 194; (V) 249; as the past, (XVI) 200-201; and radical revolution, (XVI) 205; and space, (XVI) 58, 251; (XVII) 241; as static, (XVII) 276; and the thought, (XV) 67; and time, (XVI) 143; and violence, (XV) 338; and what is, (XVI) 212; (XVII) 89. See also Center; Entity; ‘Me’; Object; Observer and the observed; Thinker; Thinker and the thought Observer and the observed, (III) 233; (XVI) 202-5, 268-74; absence of, (XIII) 98; (XV) 114; and the absence of division, (XIII) 298, 300; and the absence of silence, (XV) 136; and attention, (XVII) 115-16; and awareness, (IX) 30; and awareness of problems, (XV) 192; and change, (XII) 253-54; (XVII) 82; and communion, (XIV) 185-86, 189; and conditioning, (IX) 94; and conflict, (XI) 299; (XVI) 153-54, 156, 268-72; and contradiction, (XII) 46; and the creation of fear, (XVI) 107-8; and despair, (XVII) 22; without division, (IX) 120; (XVI) 143, 202-3; division in, (XIII) 283; and duality, (XII) 100-102; and emptiness, (XVI) 121; and the empty mind, (XVII) 3-4; ending the division of, (XVII) 219; and ending fear, (XVI) 180; and fear, (XI) 176; (XIII) 250; (XVII) 13, 7273, 209-10, 211; and inattention, (XVII) 148; and living without ambition, (XVI) 170; and loneliness, (IX) 64; and looking, (XVII) 275, 276; and looking at the self, (XIV ) 242; need to understand, (XVI) 136; as one, (XIII) 304, 322; (XIV ) 195; (XV) 145; (XVI) 121-23, 185, 202-4, 272-73; (XVII) 43, 44, 75, 76, 112, 165; and the problem of change, (VII) 37-38; and the quiet mind, (X) 142-44; (XIII) 175-76; and seeing, (XV) 190-91; separation between, (XVI) 183; and sorrow, (XIV) 211; and space, (XVI) 248-49, 250-51; (XVII) 42, 241; and the static state, (XVII) 89; and time, (XV) 126-27, 130; (XVI) 23-25; and the time interval, (XVII) 141-42, 144; time interval between, (XVI) 134; and total attention, (XVII) 61; understanding, (XVI) 199-201; and understanding thought, (XIV ) 36; and what is, (XVII) 88, 89-90; and the whole mind, (XII) 44, 48; and the word, (XV) 339. See also Experiencer and the experienced; Observation; Observed; Observer; Thinker and the thought Observer and the questioner: as one, (XIII) 13-14. See also Observation Observing: and the center, (XIII) 13; without effort, (XVI) 127; and the new, (XIII) 302-3; and questioning, (XVI) 198-99; versus thinking, (XII) 6. See also Looking; Observation; Seeing Obstinate: and positive thinking, (IX) 181-82 Occident: See Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Society; World problems Occident and Orient, (X) 31-32; and the image of God, (XV) 240; and oneness of human problems, (IX) 51, 121; similarities between, (XVI) 159. See also East; East and West; West; World problems Occult, (IX) 142-43 Occupation(s): and conflict, (IV) 5; (VII) 42-43; and education, (V) 172; 59-60, 64; and exploitation, (IV) 8-9; and reality, (IV) 26; as social detriment, (VI) 106-7; with what to do, (IX) 262. See also Education; Livelihood; Nationalism; Occupied mind; Professions; Quiet mind

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See also Conscious; Daily life; Dull mind; Empty mind; Livelihood; Mediocre mind; Mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind; Serious mind Old: and authority, (XIV ) 20; defining, (XIII) 74; and disturbance, (XIII) 15; dying to, (XVII) 173; ending of, (XIII) 303; as an example to the young, (VIII) 92-93; fear of, (XVII) 226; and the loss of innocence, (XV) 235; and the new, (XIV) 230; versus the new, (XVII) 136; and thought, (XVII) 169, 170, 173, 176, 177; versus young, (V) 33-34. See also Old age; Parents Old age, (III) 213; and conditioned belief, (XVI) 156; and deterioration, (VI) 299-301; fear of, (XII) 318; and the fear of death, (XV) 78; and leisure time, (III) 211; meaning of, (X) 258; and the seeds of deterioration, (VII) 309; and understanding death, (XV) 346 Old brain: function of, (XVI) 197; and the need for quiet, (XVI) 16. See also Brain Older generation: and the creation of world problems, (XVII) 280; and the responsibility for world violence, (XVII) 261-62. See also Younger generation; Young people Old mind, (XI) 74-77; (XIV) 14-15, 20; and acquiring knowledge, (XIII) 245; describing, (XII) 236; ending of, (XVI) 163; looking at, (XVI) 198; reasons for, (XI) 75-76; versus the young mind, (XI) 35-36. See also Dull mind; Mind; Old brain; Petty mind One world: as brotherhood, (VII) 102 Opinion(s): versus communion, (XIV) 226; and contradiction, (IX) 7, 9; as dialecticism, (XVI) 3; versus fact(s), (XII) 283; (XIV ) 145; futility of discussing, (XVI) 196; as hindrance to fact, (XV) 10-11, 338-39; as hindrance to inquiry, (XVI) 53; as hindrance to relationships, (XVI) 46; as hindrance to understanding, (XI) 70; listening without, (XV) 186, 188; of others, (l) 140-41; as useless, (XVII) 228; as valueless, (XIV) 234; and words, (XIV) 50. See also Authority; Belief; Comparison; Competition; Idea(s); Ideal(s); Ideology; Patterns; Tradition Opposite(s): and choice, (l) 3, 9; (XI) 164-65; and conflict, (IV) 2-3; (XIII) 76; (XVII) 267; conflict of, (III) 175; (VI) 167-68, 195; and desire, (XI) 180-81; and education of children, (III) 78; falseness of, (III) 50-51; and the futility of integration, (XV) 178; and ideals versus understanding, (XVII) 232; and incompleteness, (l) 2-3; overcoming, (XII) 100, 102; as reaction, (XI) 333; search for, (l) 168-70; and the seeds of, (IX) 228-29; state of, (IX) 284; and suffering, (l ) 2-3; transcending, (III) 212; and violence, (VI) 77. See also Choice; Conflict; Conflict of opposites; Contradiction; Divisions; Duality; Effort Opposition, (l) 144-45; as conflict, (VI) 7-8; and duality, (III) 204; as hindrance, (III) 197-98 Oppressor: and the oppressed, (II) 27. See also Exploiter Order, (XII) 189-92; (XV) 171-75; achieving, (XV) 201; and attention, (XV) 172; and austerity, (XVII) 239, 242; awareness of, (XV) 207; and the awareness of disorder, (XV) 206-7; as the basis of relationships, (XV) 57; and the challenge of authority, (XVII) 138; and change, (XV) 157; and the cultivation of virtue, (IX) 90-91; defining, (XV) 14; (XVI) 114-15; desire for, (XII) 187-88, 18990; and discipline, (XV) 346; and disorder, (XV) 55-56, 116-20, 124-25, 158, 295-301; (XVI) 184; and facing what is, (XVII) 191; and forced behavior, (XVII) 202; and freedom, (XV) 116-17, 195-96, 206, 304; and freedom from sorrow, (XV) 344, 346; generational attempt at, (XVII) 245; and the hindrance of authority, (XVII) 197; and the hindrance of compulsion, (XVI) 47-48; and the hindrance of ideology, (XVII) 192; and identification with pleasure, (XV) 236; versus the immoral society, (XVI) 183-84; inward and outward, (XVII) 190; and love, (XVII) 242; the need for, (VIII) 91; (XIV ) 278; (XVII) 159, 167, 190-91; need for inner and outer, (XVI) 24-25; need for inward and outward, (XV) 198-99; need for outward, (XVII) 258; need for social and inward, (XVI) 47-48; and observation, (XV) 129; as peace, (XV) 129; and the presence of love and beauty, (XVII) 208; and responsibility, (XV) 57; and sanity, (XV) 171-72; in the self, (XVII) 180; and self-knowing, (XV) 174; as social necessity, (XV) 325-26; and society, (XV) 19, 203; and technology, (XV) 56; and time, (XV) 262; as timeless, (XV) 200; without tradition, (X) 146; and violence, (XVI) 25; and virtue, (XII) 310; (XV) 136, 201; (XVI) 25; (XVII) 34; as virtue, (XIII) 157-58; and will, (XV) 209. 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See also Belief Organized entertainment: and leisure, (XIV) 203 Organized groups: and vested interests, (VI) 284-85 Organized religion, (V) 36-37; and the absence of peace, (VIII) 141; and the absence of self, (X) 75; and authority, (VII) 301; and the authority of the few, (XVII) 139; and compulsion of individual, (VI) 279-81; as conditioned, (XII) 78; and conditioning, (V) 48; (XI) 168; and dependency, (III) 162-63; and destruction of individual responsibility, (IV) 88; and discipline, (XIII) 3034; and energy, (XIII) 337-38; as escape, (VI) 140; escape from, (IV) 151; as escape from suffering, (XII) 175; versus experiencing life, (V) 202; and freedom, (XIII) 106; freedom from, (IX) 33-34, 36; and government, (IX) 230; as hindrance to thought, (XI) 302; and leisure, (XIV) 203; as meaningless, (XVII) 41, 215, 217; and the mind of man, (X) 98-99; and the modern world, (V) 15657; need to be free of, (XI) 207; and the obliteration of the individual, (XI) 144; as poisonous, (XII) 127; and problems, (XV) 7; as propaganda, (XIV) 43; and propaganda conditioning, (XIII) 332-33; versus religion, (X) 199; versus the religious person, (XIII) 64; and the search for God, (X) 102-3; and the search for the original, (XV) 215; and separatism, (V) 2-3; and the state, (III) 207; (IV) 16; teachings of, (XVII) 152-53; versus the true religion, (X) 34; versus the true religious life, (XI) 360; and universal morality, (X) 80. See also Authority; Conditioning; Exploitation; God; Masters; Obedience; Organized belief; Power; Religion; Society; War Organized revolution: as reactionary, (XI) 360. See also Revolution Organized society: and freedom, (IX) 249; function of, (V) 203-5. See also Society Organizer: function of, (XVII) 143 Orient: See Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Society; World problems Orient and Occident, (II) 194; (X) 31-32; differences between, (IX) 51; and oneness of human problems, (IX) 121; similarities between, (XVI) 159. See also East; East and West; West; World problems Original: achieving, (XV) 220; defining, (XV) 215; and freedom from time, (XIV) 150; and hindrance to understanding, (XV) 219; and the need for skepticism, (XVI) 137; need to be, (XIV) 149-50; and the religious man, (XIV) 117; search for, (XV) 241. See also Conditioning; Habit; New; Repetition Originality: and learning, (XIV ) 240; and simplicity, (XIII) 158. See also Original Original sin: and the Christian resistance to life, (XVI) 100. See also Belief; Religion Origin of life: and the ending of sorrow, (XV) 220 Orthodoxy: and the absence of beauty, (XV) 93; rejection of, (V) 170-71. See also Conditioning; Conformity; New Otherness: and the search for freedom, (XI) 44; state of, (IX) 231-32; as unknown, (IX) 234. See also God; Reality; Truth “Ought to be”: versus what I am, (X) 70 Our earth: and divisions, (VIII) 186 ‘Ourness’: and rebuilding a new civilization, (VII) 141-42; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 151 Our world: and the cessation of divisions, (VIII) 92; and fear, (VIII) 63; need for, (VIII) 113-14 Outer: and challenge, (XII) 75-76; defining the function of, (XII) 70-71. See also Inner Outer and inner: as one, (XI) 184; as unitary process, (XII) 90. See also Inner and outer; Inward and outward Outer and inner life: as one, (XIII) 51-52. See also Inner and outer; Outer and inner Outer problems: defining, (XII) 218. See also Society; World problems Outer space: and exploration, (XIV) 297. See also Space Outer to inner: movement of, (XV) 47, 85, 175. See also Inner and outer Outer world: and inner state, (IV) 48 Outside: See Outer Outward: understanding, (XV) 44, 47; and understanding society, (XV) 42, 47. See also Outer to inner Outward and inward movement(s): and the desire to belong, (XII) 184-85; as one (XIII) 89-90. See also Inner and outer Outward authority, (XII) 144; defining, (XII) 234. See also Authority; Outer Outward challenge: and inward crisis, (XVI) 160; and social competition, (XIII) 220-21. See also Challenge Outward change: rapidity of, (XII) 200. See also Industrialism; Progress; Society Outward condition, (III) 127-28 Outward movement: affecting, (XII) 185; and change, (XII) 291-92; defining, (XII) 171-72; of life, (XIV) 1-2 Outward reform: and inward revolution, (VII) 294-95 Outward security, (XII) 235 Overcoming: as suppression, (IV) 118-19 Over-organization: and destruction of freedom, (XI) 103 Overpopulation: and confusion, (XI) 57; and destruction of freedom, (XI) 103; and violence,

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See also War Pain, (II) 28; (VIII) 302-3; abolishing, (XV) 232-33; acceptance of, (XVI) 83; acceptance of psychological, (XV) 316; approach to, (XIII) 223; avoidance of, (XVI) 169; and awareness of conflict, (XVI) 82; beginning of, (XV) 237; and change, (XV) 54; and comfort, (l) 27; and competition, (XVI) 218; and continuity, (XIII) 318; and desire, (IX) 82; (XV) 106; (XVI) 88; (XVII) 213; and detachment, (V) 228-29; difficulty of overcoming physical, (XVI) 235; and discontent, (XI) 8; escape from, (l) 170; and experience, (X) 17; and fear, (XII) 96; (XV) 28; and life, (XVII) 69-70; meaning of, (XVI) 284; and motive, (XIV) 95; physical, (XIV ) 90; (XVII) 69; physical and psychological, (IV) 175; (XV) 200, 341; and pleasure, (l) 15; (II) 215; (XV) 29091; (XVI) 287; (XVII) 67, 123; and pleasure of living, (X) 159; and the presence of pleasure, (XVI) 62, 91-92; and psychological dependence, (VII) 273-74; and relationship, (IX) 139; and the relation to pleasure, (XVI) 117-18; and the search for pleasure, (XVI) 121; and thought, (XVII) 163; and time, (XIV) 103; (XV) 131. See also Confusion; Despair; Escape; Happiness; Identification; Pleasure; Sorrow; Suffering Painter: and communion, (XIV) 226; and expression, (XVI) 245. See also Arts Pakistan: See Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Society; War; Words; World problems Paradise: through intelligent awareness, (II) 185. See also Millennium Paramatma: as spiritual entity, (VIII) 291 Parenting, (l) 55-56; and religious training, (l) 121 Parents: and attitude to education, (VII) 157-60; as authority, (l) 55-56; (VII) 78-79; and coercive education, (XI) 3-4; and comparison, (VIII) 67-68; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 74, 75; and dependence on children, (VII) 81-82; and the desire to have children conform, (X) 14; duty to, (VII) 237; and education, (VIII) 124; and the education of children, (IX) 224-25; (X) 65; (XIII) 272-73; and fear of, (VII) 76; and love, (XV) 229; and loving their children, (VII) 88-89; (IX) 27172; and power, (VIII) 113-14; and the relationship to the child, (IX) 155-56; respect for, (VIII) 71; and responsibility for education, (VII) 162-63; responsibility for environment, (V) 170-74; responsibility of, (VIII) 38-39, 278-83; responsibility to, (V) 170-72; role of, (V) 171-74; (VII) 68; (VIII) 63-64. See also Authority; Children; Domination; Education; Family Parsi(s): See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; God; Religion; Society; Words; World problems Part: as shallow, (VII) 170; and whole, (XII) 176. See also Total action Partial: action, (XI) 342 Participation: in affecting outward change, (XVI) 242 Particular: versus the general, (XIII) 148; and love, (XVII) 203; versus the total, (XV) 186-90; and the universal, (XII) 10 Passion, (XIII) 250-52, 253-56; (XIV) 95-100; and action, (XIV) 70; and austerity, (XII) 166; (XV) 225; and beauty, (XI) 205; and conflict, (XII) 194; defining, (XII) 149, 273; (XVII) 252; and discontent, (XIV ) 265; and the discovery of truth, (XIV) 124; and the dissipation of energy, (XVII) 232; and energy, (XIII) 111-12; (XVI) 67, 68; and energy from what is, (XIV) 113; and energy through action, (XV) 235-36; as foundation for the free mind, (XII) 205; and freedom, (XVI) 162; (XVII) 18-19; and the hindrance of acceptance, (XIV) 33-34; and inquiry, (XVI) 67; and learning, (XI) 98-99; and listening, (XVII) 172; meaning of, (XI) 374; (XII) 245; and motive, (XVII) 155, 157; need for, (XIV) 60-61, 154; (XVII) 63-64, 132-33; and the need for reason, (XIV) 154; and pleasure, (XVI) 66, 281; (XVII) 35, 66; and the religious mind, (XII) 226; revival of, (XI) 97, 99; and seeing beauty, (XIV) 269; and self-abandonment, (XI) 251-52; versus sex, (XII) 245; and simplicity, (XI) 72; as a state of mind, (XV) 69-70; and understanding, (XIII) 251; and understanding sorrow, (XIII) 251-52; and understanding truth, (XI) 146-48. See also Desire; Feelings; Intensity; Love; Sensitivity Passionate mind: and the absence of conflict, (XII) 154; and the absence of seeking, (XVII) 156; defining, (XI) 97; as the empty mind, (XIV) 118; and the immeasurable, (XI) 153; and learning, (XV) 69-70; and the whole, (XI) 108. See also Mind; New mind; Passion; Quiet mind; Religious mind; Silent mind Passion, love, and desire: as related, (XII) 243, 246 Passive alertness: understanding, (V) 50-51, 52, 265. See also Self-knowledge Passive awareness: and aloneness, (V) 357-58; defining, (V) 9; and dream interpretation, (IV) 13738; and freedom from fear, (VII) 302-3; and need to dream, (V) 144; and openness to the unknown, (VII) 331-32; versus possessions, (V) 297; and state of tranquillity, (IV) 126; and the still mind, (IV) 209; and the tranquil mind-heart, (IV) 64; and true thought, (IV) 136; and understanding, (V) 7, 155-56, 191, 254-56, 261, 318, 358-59. 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See also Accumulation; Brain; Conditioning; Continuity; Environment; Experience; Fear; Hate; Heredity; Individual; Knowledge; Memory; Mind; Time Past and future: living in, (XIII) 159-60. See also Past Past, present, and future: and conditioning, (X) 26; and conflict, (XII) 177; and thought, (XIII) 102-3; and time, (XI) 176; (XIV ) 101; as time, (XVI) 141-42. See also Future; Past; Present Path: as nonexistent, (XIII) 106. See also Discipline; Method Patience: meaning of, (XIV) 100 Patriotism, (II) 6, 41-43; (X) 115; and awareness, (II) 41; versus brotherhood, (II) 50-51; as a disease, (II) 42; as hindrance, (II) 42; and irrationality, (V) 66-67; versus love of the earth, (XI) 92; origin of, (II) 51; as poisonous, (XV) 229; and war, (III) 242. See also Divisions; Nationalism; War; World problems Pattern(s): attempt to be free of, (X) 99; and change, (X) 11-12; (XIV) 277; (XVII) 198; versus change, (XIII) 74-75; changing to, (XV) 332; and conformity, (XII) 235; conformity to, (XI) 326; (XV) 325-28; (XVII) 134; and contradiction, (XIV) 281; creating, (XVII) 20; creating new, (X) 45; and the desire to change, (XV) 133; destruction of, (XII) 254, 279; and escape from fact, (XIII) 232; as hindrance to change, (IX) 55; (XI) 89; (XIV) 188; as hindrance to dealing with problems, (XVII) 129; as hindrance to radical revolution, (XIV) 271; as hindrance to understanding, (XV) 240; versus meditation, (XII) 263; and memory, (XIV) 170; need to be free of, (X) 171; (XIII) 315; need to break, (XV) 99; and the petty mind, (XV)

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See also Belief; Change; Conditioning; Conformity; Copying; Discipline; Habits; Ideal(s); Ideology; Imitation; Knowledge; Method; Systems; Technique; Tradition; Words Peace, (III) 176; (VI) 9-10; (VII) 126-27; (IX) 70-71; (XV) 220-26, 295-96; and the ability to learn, (XVI) 214; and the absence of conflict, (XVI) 8081, 84; (XVII) 219; and the absence of pleasure, (XV) 124; and the absence of tomorrow, (XV) 116; to achieve, (III) 117, 150, 226, 232, 237-38; achieving, (IV) 4, 27, 89; (VIII) 142; (IX) 15-16, 70-71; (X) 79; (XIII) 234; (XIV) 13, 259-60; (XVI) 125-30, 130-35; achieving, (XV) 346; (XVI) 4, 11, 46-47; achieving through fundamental change, (VII) 53-54; achieving through selfknowledge, (V) 16; acquiring, (X) 9; analyzing the nature of, (VIII) 260-61; approach to, (XVI) 116; barriers to, (IX) 70; versus becoming, (XIV) 13334; through compassion and goodwill, (IV) 7; conditions for, (V) 339; (XV) 84, 86; (XVII) 29; and conflict, (XII) 242, 298; (XVI) 214; and the conflict of commitment, (XI) 371-72; and contradiction, (XV) 179, 180; creating, (III) 153; defining, (IV) 154-55; (IX) 15-16, 70; (XV) 225; and desire, (XVI) 76, 85; desire for, (V) 223-24; (VIII) 153; (IX) 247; (XII) 8, 238; (XIII) 324; desire for inward, (XIV) 129; versus the desire for security, (XV) 220; and the desire to achieve, (VIII) 154; destroyers of, (XVI) 126-27; and discontent, (VII) 211; discovering, (XI) 113; versus divisions, (VIII) 217; as effortless, (XVI) 135; and energy, (XVI) 130, 134; and escape, (VIII) 227-28; as evolutionary process, (III) 23132; versus fear, (VIII) 225-26; finding method for, (VII) 20-21; and freedom, (XVI) 3-4; (XVII) 85; and freedom from conditioning, (XVI) 126-27; and freedom from fear, (XV) 117; and freedom from the positive, (XVII) 21; versus fulfillment, (IX) 122; futility of pursuit, (X) 40; and the hindrance of armaments, (XVII) 281; and the hindrance of motive, (XVII) 273; and the hindrance of thought, (XVI) 133; hindrances to, (IV) 89-90; as an idea, (XV) 83; and the individual, (V) 342; and individual understanding, (III) 145-46, 148; and intelligent awareness, (III) 148; inward and outward, (XVI) 116; versus isolation of relationship, (V) 59-61; meaning of, (VII) 126-27; (VIII) 219; (IX) 223-24; (XII) 190; (XV) 127-28; (XVI) 126; of mind, (XIII) 54; and moral behavior, (XVI) 81; through motiveless movement, (IX) 208-9; as necessity, (VI) 98-99; need for, (X) 116-17; (XV) 220; (XVI) 15; (XVII) 101, 257; and the need for inward change, (XVII) 144; and the need for order, (XVII) 245, 247; need to live in, (XVI) 132; as order, (XV) 129; and the ordinary person, (VIII) 225; organizing for, (V) 76; as personal responsibility, (IV) 188; (V) 153; and prayer, (XIV) 259-60; through prayer, (III) 31; (IV) 90; and the presence of freedom, (XVI) 111, 125-26; (XVII) 218; and the presence of goodness, (XVI) 9; price of, (IV) 7; reasons for achieving, (VI) 98-100; and the refinement of the heart, (VII) 127; and relationship, (XVI) 44-45, 47; and the religious man, (XV) 322-23; and revolution of values, (IV) 93; search for, (VI) 79; (VIII) 328; (XI) 140-41; (XV) 88, 94; and the search for security, (VIII) 222-24; through self-knowledge, (III) 197; (IV) 151, 157; (VIII) 225-26; state of, (XV) 91; and the still mind, (XIV ) 218-19; superficial, (XV) 64; and truth, (VI) 100; through understanding of confusion, (IV) 193; types of, (VIII) 129-30; (IX) 233; and the unconditioned mind, (VIII) 218-19; through understanding, (VIII) 231-32; and understanding needs, (XV) 220; through understanding the self, (VIII) 227-28; and violence, (VI) 99; without violence, (III) 140; as vulnerable to attack, (X) 83-84; and war, (V) 1516; (VI) 195-97; from within, (V) 278. See also Conflict; Divisions; God; Immeasurable; Nationalism; Non-violence; Quiet mind; Reality; Society; Tranquillity; Violence; War; World problems Peaceful living: as prime goal, (III) 242-43 Peaceful mind: and understanding the significance of existence, (XVII) 43. See also Mind; Quiet mind; Silent mind Peacemakers, (IX) 209 “Peace of mind”: and meditation, (XV) 36. 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See also Conflict; Environment; Experience; God; Reality; Truth Perfect man: as materialist, not spiritual, ideal, (VII) 268 Periphery: and the seeking mind, (XVII) 152-53, 156 Permanence, (-y), (III) 26-29; (VII) 327-29, 330; and attention, (XVI) 193; and the center, (X) 178-79; versus the constant, (XI) 126-27; and continuity, (V) 267; (VIII) 209; and the creation of God, (VIII) 87; and the dead mind, (XIV) 251; and desire for, (III) 103-4; (IV) 189; (V) 336-37; (VII) 49, 114-15, 263-65; (VIII) 150, 185, 222-24, 273; (IX) 112, 217; (XI) 356; (XIII) 179-81; (XIV) 279; (XV) 28, 177; and the desire for security, (XII) 104-5; effect of and desire for, (VII) 21-22; and escape from loneliness, (XIII) 103; and fear, (XIII) 101-2, 136; and God, (IX) 142; as hindrance, (IX) 36; as hindrance to inquiry, (IX) 223; as hindrance to security, (VII) 161; human search for, (XV) 40-41; as an idea, (XIV ) 242; and impermanence, (l) 64; (X) 178-79; as life goal, (VII) 87; and the ‘me’, (IX) 41; and the mind, (IX) 20; or movement beyond time, (IX) 142; myth of, (VIII) 289; and the need for authority, (VIII) 26; and the need for dependence, (IX) 61-62; as nonexistent, (VIII) 274; (XI) 31; (XIII) 180-81; (XV) 319; and organized religion, (XIV) 223; and promise of security, (VII) 279; and religion, (XI) 116; search for, (IV) 205; (IX) 208, 257; (X) 7, 10, 42-43; (XIII) 44, 263; (XIV) 223; (XV) 241; and the search for fulfillment, (IX) 47; and search for God, (V) 346; and the search for security, (XIII) 306; and separation, (V) 8; and the thinker and the thought, (XII) 177-78; and thought, (XII) 241; and time, (XII) 98; and time, death, and love, (XII) 162; and transiency, (XI) 117; versus transient, (III) 151. See also Awareness; Belief; Change; Continuity; Death; Fear; Impermanence; Permanent; Reincarnation; Religion; Security Permanent: belief in, (XVII) 17; desire for, (XVII) 85; meaning of, (XIII) 256; nonexistence of, (XVII) 27-28, 114; and the search for God, (XVII) 182; and the soul, (XVII) 108. See also Continuity; Death; Fear; Permanency; Religion; Security Permanent entity: and the desire for continuity, (XVII) 27; and the next life, (XVII) 149; and thought, (XIV) 158. See also Permanent; Soul Permanent state: desire for, (XIV) 129, 132 Personality, (VIII) 145 Personal lives: and public conflict, (V) 77 Personal responsibility: and world crisis, (VI) 217 Persuasion: and change, (XI) 308-11; (XII) 288. See also Compulsion Petition: and prayer, (VII) 217. See also Prayer Pettiness: and the mediocre mind, (VIII) 123-24; need to end, (XIII) 273; seeing, (XIII) 184; and truth, (XIII) 205-6. See also Petty mind Petty mind: and ambition, (X) 153; and the ambitious mind, (XIII) 98; and approach to problems, (X) 155-57; and avoidance of problems, (XIV ) 94-95; awareness of, (XI) 340; 27-28; as basic problem, (X) 100-101; and being serious, (XIII) 275; and commitment to action, (XIII) 93-94; and contradiction, (XI) and control, (IX) 103-5; and creation of problems, (XI) 134; defining, (X) 15657; (XII) 307-8; describing, (XI) 94-99; and drugs, (XVII) 14; and experience, (XV) 39; and fear, (XV) 320; and feeling, (XI) 72-73; and following, (XVI) 232; and freedom, (VIII) 228-31; freedom from, (XIII) 97; and fundamental change, (XI) 239; going beyond, (VII) 255; and habit, (XV) 243; and the immediate,, (XIII) 92-93; and intelligence, (VII) 216-17; and knowledge, (XV) 260; and the known, (IX) 217; as limited, (XI) 131; and listening, (XVII) 240; and the meaning of bliss, (XIV) 72; as the mechanical mind, (XIV ) 259; and meditation, (XIV) 299-300; versus the new, (X) 179; as occupied, (VIII) 207; and peace, (VIII) 232; and the positive approach, (XI) 293; and prayer, (IX) 235; and problems, (XIV) 81-82; realization of, (IX) 283; and religion, (XVI) 24748; and seriousness, (VIII) 259; and superficial answers, (IX) 136, 138; as unaware, (IX) 265-66; versus the unknown, (X) 214. See also Conscious mind; Dull mind; Empty mind; Innocent mind; Mediocre mind; Mind; New mind; Occupied mind; Old mind; Quiet mind; Religious mind; Shallow mind; Superficiality Philanthropy: and discernment, (III) 39-40; and environment, (III) 15-16; and exploitation, (II) 141-42; and fear, (II) 188-89; and wrong means, (IV) 198. See also Exploitation; Needs Philosophers: and the failure of rulers, (XVII) 125; and the purpose of life, (IX) 93-94; theories of, (III) 62. See also Authority; Intellectual; Knowledge; Philosophy Philosophy, (II) 27, 49; defining, (XIV) 76; and despair, (XVI) 265; as immature, (XIV) 198; invention of, (XI) 391; and the meaning of life, (XIV) 40; as metaphysical refuge, (II) 86; and problems, (XVII) 32; as refuge, (l) 105; value of, (IX) 38-39; and world uncertainty, (XI) 378. See also Authority; Intellect Philosophy of action: See Action

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See also Body; Mind Physical interdependence: versus psychological independence, (X) 92 Physical needs: and desire, (VII) 42; as necessity, (XII) 243 Physical necessities: distribution of, (IX) 196; and greed, (IX) 163-64; and power, (XI) 250 Physical needs and psychological needs: discerning between, (XII) 247 Physical order: as necessary, (XV) 136. See also Order Physical pain: versus psychological suffering, (XII) 211 Physical security, (V) 169; as necessary, (XV) 31, 138; need for, (X) 42; (XII) 135; versus psychological security, (V) 160; (X) 3; search for 269; urge for, (XIV) 184; and world divisions, (XIII) 12. See also Continuity; Escape; Security; World problems Physical sorrow, (XII) 218, 210. See also Sorrow Physical survival: and fear, (XVI) 60 Physical time, (XV) acceptance of, (XV) 117. See also Time Physical violence: defining, (XVI) 288. See also Violence Physics: and applying the light of silence, (XII) 90. See also Science; Scientific mind Pills: and the mind, (XI) 81-82; and tranquillity, (XIII) 77. See also Chemicals, Drugs Planned economy: versus freedom, (X) 174 Planned revolution: versus revolution, (XIV) 44. See also Mutation Pleasure, (XV) 70-74, 140-44, 164-69; (XVI) 35-39, 214-18, 282-88; (XVII) 10-13, 14-15, 64-70, 18185, 188; and the absence of effort, (XVII) 231; and the absence of love, (XVII) 130; accumulation of, (XV) 232-33; and action, (XVI) 74; (XVII) 18-19; as the basic principle of life, (XVI) 91; as basis for activities, (XV) 335; as the basis for society, (XVII) 64, 65; and beauty, (XV) 26; (XVI) 65; and capacity, (V) 257; and change, (XV) 54; (XVI) 49; and conduct, (XVII) 204; and conflict, (XVI) 8182, 154, 214-15; and continuity, (XIII) 318; (XV) 290; and the continuity of thought, (XVI) 145-47; and creating disorder, (XV) 199; demand for, (XV) 161-62; and desire, (IX) 82; (XV) 106, 123, 22324; (XVI) 88, 93-94; (XVII) 172, 213, 239; desire for, (V) 337; and the desire for ‘more’, (VII) 100101; and discipline, (X) 249; drive for, (XV) 12425; dying to, (XI) 78, 367; (XII) 161; (XIII) 187; (XIV) 32, 153; (XV) 79-80, 232-33; (XVI) 31; (XVII) 28, 147-48; and dying to memory, (XIV) 257; and dying to the past, (XV) 290-91; ending, (XV) 111-12; and escape, (XVI) 97; and experience, (X) 17; and fear, (XVI) 281; (XVII) 163; function of, (XVI) 62; as a goal, (XVI) 213; as hindrance to love, (XVI) 234; and the ideal, (XV) 261; and immediate action, (XVII) 141; and love, (XIV) 165; (XV) 174; (XVII) 202-4, 234; versus love, (XVI) 75-76; meaning of, (XVI) 11718; (XVII) 115; as mechanical, (XVII) 233-34; and memory, (X) 133-34; (XI) 319; and morality, (XVI) 215; and motive, (XIV) 95; (XVII) 262; nature of, (XV) 335, 339; need to understand, (XV) 273; need to understand the nature of, (XVII) 6; and pain, (XV) 200; (XVII) 10; and passion, (XVII) 35; and peace, (XV) 222-23; and the positive approach, (XV) 255-56; process of, (XVI) 154; (XVII) 204; and repetition, (XVII) 45-46; as the result of thought, (XVII) 114; search for, (XVI) 233; and the search for experience, (XVI) 66; and seeking, (XVII) 154; and self-centered activity, (XV) 228, 236-37, 239; and self-centered prosperity, (XVII) 19; and the sensual, (XV) 14041; and sorrow, (XII) 210; (XIII) 174; (XV) 293; (XVI) 143; (XVII) 181; structure of, (XV) 125; (XVI) 281-82; (XVII) 122-23; and the thinker, (XV) 219; and thinking, (XVI) 91; and thought, (XVI) 163, 164, 169; (XVII) 118, 148, 169-70, 250; and time, (XV) 121, 132-33, 136; as timeless, (XI) 350; types of, (XVI) 216; (XVII) 181; as the ultimate valuation, (XV) 311-12; understanding, (XV) 141, 210, 223-24, 311-13, 315; (XVI) 21516; and understanding fear, (XVI) 61-62; and understanding meditation, (XVI) 145-48; understanding the structure of, (XV) 233; (XVI) 281; understanding the types of, (XV) 70; unnamed, (XVII) 14-15; values as basis for, (XVI) 95. See also Dull mind; Feelings; Gratification; Happiness; Pain; Sensation; Sorrow Pleasure and pain: and change, (XVI) 128-29; and conflict, (XVI) 55, 91-92, 112, 182; and contradiction, (XVI) 94; and dying psychologically, (XV) 346; dying to, (XV) 321; and fragmentation, (XVI) 288; freedom from, (XVI) 92; as one, (XVI) 36, 37-38; and rejection, (XV) 263-64; and the superficial life, (XVI) 99; and the will, (XVI) 97. See also Pain; Pleasure Plus quality, (V) 198 Poems: and tension, (XIV ) 289. See also Arts Poetry: as creative impulse and verbalization, (VII) 246; and total attention, (XIII) 176-77. See also Artist Police: as invaders of privacy, (V) 143 Police force: as social detriment, (VI) 107

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See also Authority; World problems Politicians, (VII) 161-62; and authority, (XIII) 123; and contradiction, (XV) 180; and control, (X) 16364; and creation of problems, (IX) 214; as destructive, (XII) 50; and divisions, (IX) 117; (XVII) 162; and the failure of rulers, (XVII) 125; and fear, (XII) 59; and fragmentation, (XIV) 3; and freedom, (XIII) 106; (XVII) 16-17; and hypocrisy, (XVII) 266; and the immediate, (XIII) 159; (XVII) 102; and power, (VIII) 113-14; and reformation, (XI) 48-49; and the saint, (XI) 289; and the unity of man, (XVI) 231; and world confusion, (XIV ) 12; and world problems, (XI) 295; (XII) 230. See also Ambition; Authority; Government; Obedience; Politics; Power; Society; World problems Politics: failure of, (XVII) 94; and order, (XVII) 159; as a part of life, (XI) 352; and power, (XII) 37-38; versus the religious kind, (XIV ) 117; and social reform, (VI) 66-67; and world view, (II) 101-2. See also Politicians; Society; World problems Poor: attitudes toward, (VIII) 75; and happiness, (VII) 101; and the pseudo-religious, (XIV) 26. See also Acquisition; Food, clothing, shelter; Possessions; Starvation; World problems Popular opinion: and nonviolence, (XV) 328, 334. See also Conditioning; Conformity Population: effects of increasing, (XIV) 297; and the need for space, (XV) 204. See also World problems Population explosion: and world problems, (XVII) 160. See also Cities; Space Positive: action and reaction, (XII) 300; and contradiction, (XV) 254-56; defining, (XV) 261; and disorder, (XV) 299; and the negative importance of understanding, (XV) 299; and the state of innocency, (XVI) 230. See also Action; Inaction; Negation; Negative mind; Positive action Positive action: and ambition, (XI) 267; and conditioning, (XVII) 20; and creation of the mask, (XVI) 230; and escape from what is, (XVI) 212; as futile for change, (XVI) 174; and love, (XVI) 7677; meaning of, (XVI) 18, 75; and the past, (XVII) 18; as reaction, (XVI) 122; and seeking, (XVI) 115. See also Action; Negation; Positive Positive and negative, (III) 203; approaches to, (XII) 26-28; and the quiet mind, (XV) 286. See also Positive Positive approach, (XV) 253-60, 260-66; and the conscious mind, (XI) 163, 231-32; and contradiction, (XI) 202-4; defining, (XIII) 208; (XV) 213; and inquiry, (XI) 291-93; to psychological problems, (XIII) 169. See also Negation; Negative approach; Positive and negative Positive mind: defining, (XIII) 129; describing, (XV) 255-56; movement away from, (XV) 257-58. See also Mind; Positive approach; Quiet mind Positive movement: versus seeing immediately, (XIV) 200, 202 Positive process: and inertia, (XVI) 28; and inquiry, (XII) 140-41. See also Positive action Positive state: defining, (XIII) 201; and the state of negation, (XVI) 234. See also Positive approach; Positive process Positive thinking, (XI) 89-94; and comparison, (XIII) 257; and conflict, (XII) 154; and conformity, (XII) 78; defining, (X) 19, 139; (XI) 188; (XII) 213-14, 322; (XIII) 50-51, 95; as destructive, (XI) 282; explaining, (XII) 282-83; and formulas, (XII) 255; as limited, (XII) 220; meaning of, (XI) 329; versus negative thinking, (VIII) 234-36, (IX) 179-81; process of, (XII) 78-81; as reaction, (XII) 153. See also Negative thinking; Positive approach Positive watching: and the unconscious, (XIII) 194. See also Positive approach Possession(s), (l) 41; (II) 88, 123-24; (VI) 12; and the absence of contentment, (VIII) 139; and aggrandizement, (VI) 88-89; and compassion, (l) 92; consequences of, (II) 8; craving for, (II) 12122; dependence on, (III) 147; and desire, (VII) 4142; and detachment, (V) 229; and fear, (IV) 38; versus the free mind, (VIII) 29-30; and greed, (III) 150-52; and illusion, (V) 281; and inner poverty, (V) 357; and joy, (VIII) 118; versus love, (VII) 93; versus the new mind, (VII) 202; and power, (II) 137-38; as power, (III) 146-47; and psychological security, (V) 343-44; and relationship, (IV) 203; (V) 363; (VI) 80; and renunciation, (l) 49-50; and search for security, (V) 73; and self-fulfillment, (V) 158; and the simple life, (VII) 323; and simplicity, (VI) 73-74; and social cruelty, (l ) 157; and social enslavement, (II) 104; and virtue, (II) 16-17. See also Accumulation; Acquisition; Acquisitiveness; Craving; Gain; Greed; Happiness; Morality; Possessiveness; Property; Relationship; Security Possessiveness, (II) 5-6, 10, 45; and conflict, (VI) 239; and craving, (III) 164-65; and exploitation, (II) 1920; and fascism, (II) 14; freedom from, (l) 176; and fulfillment, (II) 187-88; as hindrance, (l) 150; and love, (III) 164; (IV) 209-10; (VI) 132; and nationality, (II) 39; and personal needs, (II) 10; and psychological security, (XIII) 120, 121; and

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See also Gradual Poverty: and action, (XII) 23; alleviation of, (VII) 227; approach to, (XII) 187; causes of, (VI) 13839; and change, (VI) 10-11; desire to alleviate, (XIV) 74-75; and the educated man, (XV) 31; and exploitation, (II) 52; external and internal, (II) 44; and guilt, (XII) 140-41; and the hindrance of nationalism, (XV) 305; inner, (III) 147, 190; and intelligence, (II) 158-59; inward, (VIII) 111; inward and outward, (VIII) 86; lessening of, (IX) 242; and the mind, (VIII) 319; and nationalism, (II) 216; and need for transformation, (V) 40; and prosperity, (XII) 184; psychological, (III) 151; (VII) 251-52; resolving through formulas, (XV) 10; and security, (l) 19-20; and solutions, (VI) 13839; and wealth, (VI) 107; (IX) 193, 196; world, (VI) 84; as a world problem, (II) 6-7; (XVI) 242; and world problems, (XIV) 2. See also Food, clothing, shelter; Necessities; Poor; Possessions; Scientific knowledge; Security; Society; Starvation; Values; World problems Power, (l) 41; (VI) 89; (IX) 274-77; and action, (XVI) 151; and ambition, (VIII) 96; and authority, (XII) 236; (XIII) 14; as the basis for war, (VIII) 261; and the bourgeois life, (XVI) 256; as cause of war, (V) 76; and change, (VII) 45-49; (XI) 274-77; and conflict between the “high” and the “middle”, (XVII) 138; and contradiction, (XIII) 126; as corrupting, (XVI) 149; and creation of laws, (VII) 80; and criticism, (V) 296; and dealing with starvation, (XVII) 104; desire for, (III) 150-51; (IV) 95; (VIII) 112-14; (XI) 372-73; (XIV ) 246; and the desire to commit, (XII) 66; and desire to exploit, (V) 308; as destructive, (IV) 85; (V) 64; and disorder, (XVII) 200; and the dull mind, (XI) 372; dying to, (XII) 40; evil of, (XI) 272, 276; (XII) 171, 189; (XIV) 74; and exploitation, (V) 100-101; and exploitation of leadership, (IV) 187; and happiness, (II) 198; and the hierarchical process, (V) 100; and ideology, (IV) 160; and inquiry, (XII) 55-56; and inward transformation, (VII) 12-13; as isolating process, (VI) 309; and knowledge, (VII) 103; (XII) 35-36; and the lost individual, (IX) 274-75; as a loveless state, (V) 101; meaning of, (XII) 171; as the new religion, (V) 153; and obedience, (XV) 44; and occupation, (IV) 9; and oppression, (IV) 3; and order and disorder, (XVII) 246; and organized groups, (VI) 316-17; physical security, (IV) 138; and possessions, (V) 339; through possessions, (III) 147; and process of isolation, (V) 60-61; and property, (III) 181; and relationship to evil, (IV) 132; and the religious mind, (XV) 44; and revolutions, (XI) 1; through scientific technique, (VIII) 35; search for, (l) 85; (III) 226; (XV) 44; seeking, (XII) 143; and social approval, (l) 151; and social divisions, (XVII) 122; and social inequality, (V) 145; and society, (IX) 229-30; (XII) 36; (XIII) 110; versus solitude, (VIII) 244; spiritual and material, (II) 137-38; and status, (XII) 34-37, 271; as status, (VIII) 37; struggle for, (XVII) 109; types of, (VIII) 35; types and meaning of, (V) 44-45; understanding, (XII) 27-28; and violence, (IX) 117-18, 241; (XVII) 200. See also Acquisition; Ambition; Authority; Competition; Craving; Domination; Envy; Faith; Fulfillment; Government; Greed; Ideas; Identification; Inequality; Nationalism; Possessions; Society; Sorrow; Suffering; Understanding; Value; War; World problems Practice: as hindrance, (IX) 273; as mechanical process, (XV) 83; and meditation, (XV) 84; and method, (XV) 82-83; studying, (XI) 319-20. See also Belief; Habits; Method; Patterns; Tradition Prayer, (l) 123-24; (II) 150; (IV) 81; (VI) 30-31, 2034; (VII) 217-18; (X) 227, 228; as an act of will, (VIII) 192; analyzing, (V) 81, 164-65; as escape, (VI) 14-16, 31; (XIV) 299; (XV) 153; and freedom, (XIV) 300-301; function of, (XIV) 25960; importance of, (VI) 229-30; and meditation, (IV) 90; (V) 135-36, 208-11, 269, 361; (IX) 280; (XI) 141, 356; (XIII) 94-95, 195, 263; (XIV) 1089, 156; (XV) 37, 83-84; (XVI) 66; of mind, (XI) 178; and past conditioning, (VI) 230; as petition, (III) 232-33; (IV) 180-81; (VII) 96-97; process of, (VI) 118-19; (IX) 234-35; as repetition, (VI) 15859; and search for God, (VI) 158-59; and selfgratification, (VI) 204; and the state of suffering, (VIII) 239; and the still mind, (VI) 100; as supplication, (VI) 64-65; understanding the process of, (IX) 17-18; value of, (II) 212. See also Authority; God; Illusion; Peace; Religion Precept: defining, (III) 125 Predestination: defining, (III) 85 Predeterminism: and the loss of freedom, (X) 90 Prejudice(s), (l) 24, 135-36; (II) 173, 196-97; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 73, 74-75; and conditioning, (V) 187; (VII) 204; defining, (V) 271; and discernment, (III) 52; and environment, (II) 66-67, 115, 119; freedom from, (II) 67, 221; as hindrance to discovery, (XI) 167; as hindrance to learning, (XIV) 1-2; as hindrance to thinking, (X) 2-3; listening without, (XIII) 75; and nationalism, (II) 6; and path to truth, (III) 97; reasons for, (II) 67; stupidity of, (XVII) 258; as tradition, (II) 2; understanding, (III) 20-21; and violence, (IX) 241; (XVII) 260. 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250-51; and comparison, (XVII) 183; and the continuation of the past, (XIII) 316-17, 319; defining, (XIV) 28; and the fragmentation of time, (XVI) 238; and fear, (XII) 249, 251; and freedom from the past, (V) 121; as free from fear, (XI) 17374; versus gradual understanding, (XIV ) 262; and learning, (XVI) 215-16; (XVII) 58-59, 231; and listening, (XV) 34; listening in, (XIII) 328; living in, (II) 67, 138; (VI) 41; (XIV) 94, 178-79, 254; (XV) 114-16; (XVI) 188, 239; living without fear in, (XIII) 319; as meaningless, (XIV ) 40; as the modified past, (XVI) 200; need to be aware of, (IV) 19; need to understand, (III) 171; observing in, (XIV) 4; and passion, (XVII) 19; past and future, (XI) 273; and past memories, (II) 156-57; and past pleasure, (XVI) 283-84; and pleasure, (XVI) 285; and relationship, (V) 213-14; as a result of the past, (IV) 90; as sacrifice to future, (IV) 94, 178; and time, (XV) 75-76; and total attention, (XIV) 253; and transformation, (V) 221; understanding, (IV) 12, 50. See also Conditioning; Future; Memory; Past; Time Prestige: See Ambition; Power Pretension: seeing the structure of, (XVI) 227. See also Masks Pride: and the feeling of ‘I’, (VII) 99-100; as hindrance to generosity, (XIII) 150, 151; transforming, (XI) 29-30; understanding, (XI) 30 Priest(s), (II) 11-12, 142; and authority, (XVII) 33; as comforter, (II) 161-62; creation of, (XVI) 113; and exploitation, (II) 12, 223; as exploiter, (II) 88-89, 154-55, 208, 216-17; function of, (X) 202; as interpreter, (VIII) 207-8; and morality, (II) 205-6; and pacification, (II) 12; reason for, (II) 12; religious and secular, (XVI) 280; and ritual, (II) 84. See also Authority; Leader; Messiah; Religion; Savior; Teacher Primitive: and civilized, (XIII) 190; versus the cultivated state, (XII) 87 Primitive art: and belief, (XIII) 30 Principles, (l ) 112, 175-76; and dishonesty, (XVII) 247; external, (l) 153; versus seriousness, (XVII) 274. See also Behavior; Images; Tradition Private life: and masks, (XVI) 225 Privilege, (VI) 12; and the need for revolution, (XI) 309; and ritual, (V) 91 Problem of existence: as basic problem, (X) 122, 124 Problem of life: understanding, (X) 85-86, 88 Problems, (l) 87-88; (II) 82; (V) 333-38; (VI) 50-52, 128-31, 331-34; (IX) 77-78, 80-81, 198-201; (XI) 265-67, 270; (XIII) 132-33; (XIV) 174-80, 180-87, 251-58; (XV) 149-56, 191-97; (XVI) 207-10; (XVII) 31-38, 93-99; and the absence of answers, (IX) 240; of achieving change, (VII) 36-38; and action, (XI) 358; and the act of listening, (XI) 56; adjusting to, (XV) 316; analyzing, (V) 181-83; and answer(s), (VII) 43, 106, 140-41; (VIII) 220, 25253; (X) 167, 180, 235; as the answer, (XI) 342-43, 346; (XIII) 206; without answers, (X) 35; and the answers as known, (XI) 305; answers to, (XIII) 216-17; approach to, (III) 124; (IV) 205; (V) 89, 294-95; (VII) 244; (VIII) 100-101, 162, 165, 24950, 283-86; (IX) 33-34, 138, 223, 253; (X) 1-2, 4, 72, 199-200, 240, 242-43; (XI) 15-16, 19, 130, 156-57, 190, 201-6, 228, 295, 303-4, 306, 363; (XII) 117, 133, 246; (XIII) 65-66, 132-33, 211; (XIV) 14-15, 161-66; (XV) 211-13; (XVI) 222-23; (XVII) 49-53; and approach to answers, (XVI) 299-300; as approach to change, (XI) 314; and asking right questions, (XVII) 108; and authority, (VII) 301; awareness of, (IX) 253; (X) 173; (XIV) 41-42; (XV) 210; (XVI) 173; basic, (IX) 196; (X) 239-41; and the capacity to cope, (VII) 274-75; and cessation of escape, (XII) 241; and challenge and response, (XV) 12; (XVI) 207-9; of change, (IX) 25-29; (X) 116-18; and the clear mind, (XVI) 209; collective and individual, (X) 148-49; and communication, (XV) 8-10, 340; and complexity, (VI) 333; complexity of, (X) 128; complexity of inward, (XIII) 177-78; and the conditioned approach, (VIII) 3-4; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 174-75; and conditioning, (VIII) 217, 343; (XII) 53; and conditioning and belief, (XVI) 159; and conflict, (II) 1; (XII) 15, 239; (XIII) 161-62; of conflict, (X) 29; (XVI) 8; and the conscious mind, (III) 201-2; contact with, (XVII) 25; and contradiction, (XI) 159; creation of, (XV) 144; critical awareness of, (XIV) 226; of daily existence, (XIV) 56; of daily life, (XI) 352; dealing with, (VII) 322-24; (XV) 100-101; (XVII) 95-96; dealing with the daily, (VII) 151; and dealing with the whole, (XVI) 136; defining, (IX) 142; (XIV) 188, 304; (XVI) 207-8; and denial, (XIII) 86; and dependency, (IX) 62, 63; and the desire for answers, (XIII) 65-66; desire for freedom from, (XVI) 195; and the desire for solutions, (VII) 133; desire to be free of, (XI) 266-67; and the destruction of clarity, (XIV) 174; and the discovery of truth, (VIII) 344; and the dulling of the mind, (XIII) 132; and the dull mind, (XIV) 126; (XV) 114; of East and West, (IX) 121; and effort, (XV) 9, 12; and effort to change, (VII) 181-83; and the emotion and the intellect, (XVII) 49; ending of, (XIII) 170; and ending thought, (XV) 238; and energy, (XVII) 120; enumerating, (VIII) 9; of envy, (X) 29-30; and escape from, (IV) 159-60; (VI) 135; (XVII) 8-9; and escape from the fact, (XVI) 60; of existence, (VIII) 147-49; exploring or solving, (VIII) 251; facing the young, (VII) 133; and fact, (XII) 317; and fear, (VII) 303; and feelings, (XV) 6-7; and feeling versus thinking, (X) 123; fragmentary view of, (XVII) 264-65; of fragmentation, (XV) 101-4; freedom and love as the only, (XVII) 223; and freedom from belief, (XVI) 258; and the fresh mind, (XV) 289; and the futility of seeking solutions, (X) 150; and government, (XV) 10; growing complexity of, (X) 155, 197; and the hindrance of conditioning, (X) 170-71; and the hindrance of divisions, (VIII) 24849; and hindrance of the past, (VI) 79; and

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See also Escape; Inquiry; Questioning; World problems Problem solving: and human suffering, (V) 41; the intellectual approach to, (VII) 251-54; and passive alertness, (IV) 136; and passive awareness, (V) 255; process of, (V) 283. See also Conflict Process: as centerless, (X) 14-15; defining, (XI) 21; as static, (XVII) 272; of thought and conditioning, (X) 101-2; and time, (XVII) 272-73 Process of becoming: and the individual, (III) 50-51 Process of thought: as the word, (XIII) 296-97. See also Thought Production: and physical necessities, (IX) 242 Profession(s), (V) 61-64; and capacity, (XII) 302; and efficiency in education, (V) 105; as expressions of society, (IV) 109-10; finding the right, (X) 263; and the integrated human, (V) 114; and knowledge, (XI) 381; right and wrong, (VI) 60; slaves to, (XI) 302, 330, 332. See also Education; Exploitation; Livelihood; Occupation; Profit; Specialists; Vocation; Work Professional life, (II) 191-93 Professionals: and love of work, (IX) 103. 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See also Acquisitiveness; Automation; Change; Computers; Evolution; Harmony; Inventions; Leisure; “More”, Revolution; Society; Technology; Technological progress Progressive: and desire for change, (VII) 321-22 Propaganda, (V) 276; (VII) 173; and adjustment to changes, (XI) 124; 271-72, 276; awareness of, (XVII) 109-10; and belief, (III) 8-9; (XII) 251; and collective thinking, (VII) 168-69; and commitment, (XII) 231; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 180; and conditioning, (XIII) 6-7; (XV) 225; (XVII) 39; and confusion, (XVI) 276; and the denial of freedom, (XII) 281; describing, (IV) 144; as destructive, (XI) 341; effect of, (III) 93; enslaved by, (XVII) 22, 180; enslavement to, (XII) 139; (XVI) 156; and enslavement to words, (XI) 84; and fact, (XIII) 125; falseness of, (IV) 197; (V) 365-66; freedom from, (III) 222-23; (XI) 182; (XII) 268; (XIII) 323; function of, (XIV) 8; as hindrance to truth, (IV) 75-76; as hypnosis, (VII) 196-97; and ideology, (XVII) 140; and influence, (XI) 166-67, 332; (XII) 96, 321; and listening, (VII) 97-98; versus listening, (XI) 71; and the loss of feeling, (XI) 379; and the mechanical mind, (XII) 230; and the mind, (XI) 68; minds shaped by, (XVII) 109; need to question, (XVII) 220; and organization, (IV) 39-40; and organized belief, (XIV) 127; and prejudice, (IX) 255-56; and the quality of the mind, (XI) 375; and religion, (XIII) 64; as repetition, (IX) 185; role of, (V) 108; and the search for God, (XIII) 270; and the social structure, (XIII) 220-21; subliminal, (XIII) 178; technique of, (VII) 219; and technology, (X) 192; and Theosophy, (V) 203-4; and tradition, (XII) 15; and the true democrat, (XVII) 270; two thousand years of, (XVI) 80; and war, (l) 178-79; (IV) 20. See also Authority; Communication; Conditioning; Conformity; Division; Influences; Media; Nationalism; Persuasion; Security; Sensation; Society; War Property, (IV) 98-99; and attitude to the earth, (V) 142; ownership of, (l) 39; as power, (IV) 104; and psychological security, (V) 343-44; relationship to, (VI) 89; and religions, (X) 202. See also Accumulation; Acquisitiveness; Possession; Possessiveness Prosperity: and freedom, (XIII) 157; and human problems, (XIII) 216; and the loss of freedom, (XII) 130; and poverty, (XII) 184; of the West, (XIV) 227. See also Poor; Technology; World problems Protective reaction: and fear, (XII) 140. See also Reaction Protestant: See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; Religion; Words Protestantism: See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; God; Religion; Words; World problems Psyche: and authority, (XVII) 33, 34, 36; and continuity, (XIII) 317-18; and knowledge, (IX) 244; lack of change in, (XVII) 2; and the mind, (XIV) 136, 140; need to transform, (XIII) 317-18; need to understand, (XIV ) 140; and physical time, (XV) 120; and pleasure, (XVI) 215; and the possibility for change, (XVII) 3, 5; revolution in, (XIV) 5; (XVII) 51; and time, (XVI) 188; understanding the structure of, (XVII) 40. See also Center; ‘Me’; Mind; Self; Soul; Supreme self Psychiatrists: role of, (IX) 88-89 Psychiatry: and the unconscious, (XII) 111 Psychoanalysis, (IX) 88-89; and adjustment to society, (XVI) 94; and freeing the mind, (II) 17-18; futility of, (X) 114; limitations of, (III) 46-47. See also Analysis Psychoanalyst: as exploiter, (IV) 137 Psychoanalytical process: as the intensification of conflict, (XIII) 283. See also Analysis Psychological: acquisition, (XI) 250; and books, (IV) 164 Psychological action: and time, (XV) 120. See also Action Psychological authority: evil of, (XIII) 120; as memory, (XIII) 334. See also Authority; Obedience Psychological conflict: and importance of understanding, (V) 168-69 Psychological conformity: and society, (XV) 15. See also Conformity Psychological contradiction: living without, (XIII) 57. See also Conflict; Contradiction Psychological craving: and security, (IV) 99 Psychological cultivation: and technique, (V) 309-10 Psychological death: and the known, (XII) 318. 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See also Authority; Confusion; Reality Question(s): and the absence of answers, (XVII) 199; and the absence of clarity, (X) 4; and answer(s), (VI) 303; (XVII) 4, 6; without answers, (IX) 138; approach to, (X) 199-200; (XI) 256; asking the right ones, (X) 152-53; attentiveness to, (XVII) 85; without conclusions, (VIII) 300; listening to, (XVI) 299; motive for, (VIII) 343-44; as necessary, (IX) 86; and the perceptive mind, (XIII) 216-17; putting the right, (XVII) 5-6; right and wrong, (XII) 186-87; and self-understanding, (IX) 136; significance of, (X) 234-35; and solutions, (XII) 71-72. See also Answers; Listening; Problems; Questioning Questioning, (VI) 2; (XVI) 65-71; approach to, (XIII) 13-14; (XVII) 219-20; and authority, (XVI) 233; and awareness, (XVI) 168; and the breakdown of authority, (XIII) 70-71; and concentration, (XIII) 20; and conflict, (XIII) 17; and contradiction, (XV) 257; as dangerous, (XII) 235; difficulty of, (XV) 156; and exploration, (XVI) 118; and fact, (XII) 301; and freedom, (XIII) 106-7; and the free mind, (XIII) 2-3, 5; and fulfillment, (II) 208; and the hindrance of laziness, (XVI) 72; importance of, (XIII) 9, 11-12; and intelligence, (II) 58, 166-67, 224; as irreligious , (XII) 315; and listening, (XVII) 260; and listening to understand, (XVII) 242-43; meaning of living, (XVI) 187-88; motive for, (XVI) 33; motiveless, (XIII) 56-57, 71, 73; (XVI) 196; necessity for, (VII) 92; need for, (XII) 285-87; (XIII) 29-30; (XVII) 133; and the need for skepticism, (XVI) 229; versus obedience, (VII) 132; and observation, (XIII) 118; and observing, (XVI) 198-99; and pain, (IV) 94; as path to true action, (XIII) 9-11; process of living, (XIII) 115; and the process of thought, (XIV ) 22-23; without reaction, (XII) 316; and responsibility, (XVI) 25354; right and wrong, (XVI) 229, 230, 235; without seeking answers, (XIII) 65-66, 67; social structure, (XIII) 120; state of seriousness, (XVI) 131-32; structure of society, (XIII) 115; of student and teacher, (VII) 136-37; and suffering, (II) 32-33; the system, (II) 191-92; truth, (II) 49; two types of, (XII) 276-77; two ways of, (XII) 300; (XIII) 115; to understand one’s mind, (XIII) 66-67. See also Conflict; Discovery; Examination; Exploration; Inquiry; Investigation; Morality; Problems; Question(s); Search; Seeking; Suffering Questions and responses: and the interval between, (XII) 124; and the process of thought, (XII) 250 Quiet: and clarity, (XVI) 13; and intelligence, (XVI) 269-70. See also Quiet brain; Quiet mind; Silence; Silent mind Quiet brain: and the absence of conflict, (XII) 263, 266-67; and the absence of thought, (XII) 312; and dying at the psychological level, (XVII) 179; and freedom from influences, (XIII) 300; and going beyond time, (XIII) 241; and listening, (XII) 229; and meditation, (XIII) 195-96, 263, 279; (XVII) 150; and the movement beyond, (XIII) 40; and mutation, (XIII) 305; and the negative, (XVI) 1819; and the new, (XVII) 136; and the new mind, (XIII) 117-18; and not knowing, (XV) 266; and sensitivity, (XII) 326; (XIV) 111-12. See also Brain; Free mind; Innocent mind; Mind; Mutation; Quiet mind Quiet mind, (V) 257, 260; (VII) 297; (VIII) 167; and the absence of compulsion, (VII) 31; and the absence of conflict, (X) 41; and absence of desire, (VII) 132; and absence of deterioration, (VII) 309; and the absence of experience, (XVII) 84; and absence of fear, (V) 240; (X) 94; and the absence of problems, (XV) 213; achieving, (VII) 9-10, 19, 57, 86, 155-56; (X) 8, 72, 84-85, 120, 161-62; (XI) 73, 160, 328; (XIII) 324; (XIV) 38-39; (XV) 346; and achieving creativity, (X) 139-40; achieving through awareness, (IX) 31, 124; and action, (XVII) 82; and the agitated mind, (XII) 233-34; and aloneness, (V) 324-25; and ambition, (VII) 16; attempt to achieve, (XVII) 81; and attention, (XV) 176; and awareness of the conscious, (XIV) 63, 65; and becoming, (VII) 200; versus becoming, (V) 270; beyond, (IX) 65; and the body, (XVII) 63; and the cessation of the thinker, (XVI) 148; and the cessation of thought, (IX) 265; and change, (XI) 127; and choice, (VIII) 309-11; versus conditioned response, (VIII) 302; and conflict, (V) 348, 351; and consciousness, (XIV) 38-39; and the continuity of pleasure, (XV) 125; and control, (IX) 105; and creation, (XIII) 23; and the creative, (XVII) 272; and creativity, (VII) 196; versus the dead mind, (IX) 61; defining, (XII) 216; and desire, (VIII) 305-6; difficulty of achieving, (XVII) 8; versus discipline, (VII) 151; and discovering the answer, (XI) 339; and discovery, (VIII) 233; and dreams, (VIII) 331; and drugs, (XIV) 108-9; and education, (IX) 12; and effort, (V) 291-92; and endless space, (XV) 47; and the end of search, (IX) 48; and the end of seeking, (XVII) 83; and energy, (VIII) 320; and envy, (IX) 252-53; and the exploration of consciousness, (XIII) 335; and fact, (XII) 178-79; and freedom, (VII) 194; (VIII) 251; and freedom from the environment, (IX) 6; and freedom from fear, (VII) 302-3; and freedom from thought, (IX) 130; and the full life, (X) 3; for fundamental change, (VII) 48; an God, (VII) 4; and the hindrance of sorrow, (XVII) 242; and inertia, (XIII) 47; without labeling, (V) 313-14; and

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See also Clear mind; Compulsion; Empty mind; Free mind; God; Innocent mind; Meditation; Mind; Mutation; New mind; Petty mind; Quiet brain; Quietness; Reality; Religion; Silence; Silent mind; Still mind; Stillness; Tranquillity; Tranquil mind; Truth Quietness: achieving, (XVI) 16; as desire for continuity, (VII) 201-2; and the hindrance of society, (XIII) 46; and intuition, (V) 235; and laziness, (XIII) 139; and learning, (XVI) 73; process of, (XIII) 280; and resolution of fear, (VII) 291; and understanding, (XVII) 6-7. See also Quiet; Quiet brain; Quiet mind; Silence Quotation: as barrier to truth, (VII) 153 Quoting: and the dull mind, (XI) 231; futility of, (VI) 114-15; and learning, (VIII) 77; as unintelligent, (XI) 141-42 Race: and conflict, (XVII) 44. See also Divisions; Prejudice Racial instincts: and the unconscious, (XI) 339 Racialism, (V) 109. See also Divisions; Tolerance: Racism Racial unconsciousness: and conformity, (XI) 232-33 Racism: and fear, (XVI) 262. See also Divisions; Racialism; World problems Radical change: achieving, (X) 100-102, 135-38; as the breaking of patterns, (XII) 253-54; and consciousness, (XVII) 33; and effort, (X) 111; through the individual, (IX) 226-27; need for, (X) 43-44, 185-86; (XI) 329; and the need for change, (XII) 121; and working together, (XI) 309, 311. See also Change; Mutation; Radical revolution; Radical transformation; Religion; Revolution; Transformation; True religion Radicalist: and confusion, (VIII) 200-201 Radical mutation: and relationship, (XVI) 2-3. See also Mutation Radical revolution: and the absence of conditioning, (XVII) 101; achieving, (XVII) 53; versus authority, (VIII) 43, 45; and the collective will, (VIII) 252; without comparison, (VIII) 46; versus continuity, (XIV) 271; without effort, (XVII) 65; and energy, (XVI) 154; as essential, (XVI) 167; and the hindrance of thought, (XVI) 55; versus ideology, (XVI) 213; as the main crisis, (XVII) 2; as necessity, (XIII) 63; need for, (XIV ) 7; (XVI) 201; (XVII) 108-9; as a new society, (XVII) 171; and the observer, (XVI) 205; and relationships, (XVI) 1; and the solution of problems, (XVII) 35. See also Change; Mutation; New; Reality; Religious mind; Religious revolution; Revolution; Total revolution; Truth Radical transformation: approach to, (IX) 226-27; and change, (XI) 309-11; and the creative mind, (XI) 177; and the human being, (XVI) 43; motiveless, (XI) 274; need for, (XI) 358; and negative thinking, (XI) 92, 94; and relationships, (XVI) 45; as revolution, (VII) 294-97; and self-knowledge, (XI) 17-18; and time, (XI) 126. See also Change; Radical revolution; Revolution; Transformation; Truth Rama: and conditioning, (XIV) 156. See also Authority; Background; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; God; Religion; Religious mind; Society; Visions; World problems Ramanuja: See Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Religion Reaction, (XII) 21-22, 24-29, 31; and action, (XII) 8384; to anger, (XVII) 260; awareness of, (XVI) 300; and the brain, (XII) 192; and conflict, (XII) 156; and the creation of misery, (XII) 25; and death, (XV) 318; defining, (XII) 173; (XIII) 289; and desire, (XIV ) 97; (XV) 166; (XVI) 61, 86-88; and the desire for answers, (XIII) 65; and emptiness, (XV) 291; and experience, (XIII) 98; (XIV) 110; (XV) 128; to facts, (XV) 156; and freedom, (XIV) 135; (XV) 342; (XVI) 113; (XVII) 51, 224; function of, (XVI) 15; as hindrance to truth, (XII) 128; to human problems, (XIII) 65; level of, (XII) 76-77; as a life pattern, (XIII) 252; and living, (XII) 24; living without, (XIII) 233; meaning of, (XII) 141; and mechanical responses, (VI) 124-25; and negative and positive thinking, (XII) 213; and order, (XII) 190; and patterns, (XVII) 134; and pleasure, (XVI) 285, 286; as positive action, (XVI)

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See also God; Reality; Truth Reality, (III) 170; (V) 332, 357; (VI) 85; (IX) 49, 128, 223; and absence of self, (IV) 15; achieving, (III) 240; (IV) 4; (VI) 14; (VII) 54-55; (X) 40, 67, 77; (XI) 206; and action, (V) 206; and aloneness, (VIII) 314; (XIII) 277; without assumptions, (X) 166-67; and authority, (III) 235; (VI) 65-66; and awareness, (II) 218; and awareness without choice, (XVI) 206; and beauty, (V) 35-36; (XIV ) 269; and being alone, (XII) 225; and belief, (II) 33-34; (V) 306-7; versus belief, (III) 177-78; and cessation for self-fulfillment, (IV) 103; and the cessation of thought, (X) 250; and clarity, (XI) 203-4; and the clear mind, (XVII) 185; and comprehension, (III) 38-39; and conditioning, (VIII) 220; and creation, (XII) 231; and creative emptiness, (III) 202-3; as creativeness, (VII) 260; (VIII) 320, 322; (IX) 141; creative search for, (IX) 51; through daily life, (III) 55; defining, (XIV ) 309; desire to know, (IV) 116; and devotion, (XI) 147; discerning, (III) 81; discovering, (VI) 345; (VII) 265; (IX) 3; (X) 2; (XII) 264; (XVII) 217, 221; and effort, (IX) 24849; as effortless, (X) 269; and end to sorrow, (IV) 41; and energy, (XI) 278; escape from, (XVI) 128; existence of, (IV) 60-61; (VII) 225-26; experiencing, (VII) 17-18; (X) 62; exploration for, (XIII) 332-36; and the family, (XIII) 122; and fear, (III) 113; finding, (V) 7; finding, as universal vocation, (VII) 245; and freedom, (XIV ) 83; and freedom from belief, (XII) 238; and freedom from conditioning, (XVI) 113; and freedom from the environment, (XIV) 228; and freedom from memory, (V) 137; and freedom from symbols, (VII) 269; as freedom from tradition, (VII) 26; and the free mind, (VIII) 229; and the free and silent mind, (XII) 216; and fulfillment, (II) 221; futility of seeking, (X) 20; and the futility of systems, (XI) 198; and the good mind, (XI) 325; versus gratification, (V) 165; and greed, (III) 152; and gurus, (V) 178; and happiness, (V) 293; and the hindrance of escape, (XIV ) 115; and the imitative mind, (VIII) 71; as impermanent, (IX) 217; and inaction, (XVI) 176; through the individual, (IX) 274; as individual revolution, (XIII) 336; individual search for, (IX) 13; through intelligence, (IV) 59; and inward freedom, (IV) 9; and the ‘I’ process, (III) 50; and limitations, (III) 83; and the limitations of thought, (X) 39; as living, (X) 146; and love, (III) 156; meaning of, (IX) 7; and meditation, (IV) 100-101; through meditation, (VIII) 55; the mind, as hindrance to, (VII) 253-54; as moment to moment, (V) 78; (VII) 286; and the need to be free, (XI) 105; the new, (VII) 42, 20910; and the new culture, (VIII) 317; and organized religion, (V) 36-37; and participation in organized power systems, (IV) 193; as pathless, (IV) 108-9; (X) 20, 202; versus perfection, (VII) 269; and the perfect state, (VII) 255; and prayer, (V) 209, 211; and the present, (V) 123-24; and the priest, (X) 202; and the process of thought, (VIII) 290-92; proof of, (VI) 243-44; and the purpose of life, (V) 20, 278; and the quiet mind, (VII) 254; and recognition, (VI) 276; (VII) 26; and relief from sorrow, (XIV) 82; and religions, (l) 182-83; and the religious revolutionary, (X) 12; through revolutionary change, (X) 135-36; search for, (V) 156; (VII) 31-32; (VIII) 241-42, 329; and search for God, (VII) 2; (XIV ) 115; and the search for security, (IX) 222; and security, (IV) 32; (X) 72; and the self, (III) 178; versus self-centered activity, (X) 248-49; through self-discovery, (III) 214; and self-knowledge, (V) 271; (XI) 160; through silence and wisdom, (IV) 24; and the silent mind, (XV) 308; and society, (VIII) 315; and the still mind, (IV) 181-82; (VI) 18-19; (VII) 184; and symbol, (IV) 191; and technique, (V) 310; and technology, (XIII) 4; and thought, (XI) 129-31; and the thought process, (VI) 225-27; and time, sorrow, and death, (XV) 75; versus the tortured mind, (XIV ) 142; and total understanding, (XII) 273; and the tranquil mind, (V) 4; and transformation, (XI) 169; true search for, (III) 35; and uncertainty, (VII) 150; and the unconditioned mind, (IX) 137-38; understanding, (III) 236; (IV) 2, 182; (VI) 141; (X) 190; and understanding relationship, (V) 18586; (VI) 240; and understanding of self, (V) 33; and the unknown, (V) 355; (VI) 110; (VIII) 181; and virtue, (X) 248-49; and volitional activities, (III) 58; and world order, (VII) 253-54. See also Awareness; Creation; Evil; Fact; God; Happiness; Immeasurable; Intelligence; Love; Mutation; New; Quiet mind; Real; Religion; Religious mind; Selfawareness; Slowed down mind; Tranquillity; True; Truth; Understanding; Unknown Realization: problem of, (XV) 102-4 Reason: and action, (XI) 36; versus being convinced, (XI) 45; defining, (XIV ) 154; and the intellect, (XI) 217-18; limitations of, (VII) 318; as limited, (XII) 227; and listening, (XIII) 193; and love of

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See also Experience; Identification; Memory; Naming; Time; Words Recording thoughts: and consciousness, (IV) 186-87 Refinement: defining, (VII) 98-99; versus the dull mind, (VIII) 118-20; and the quality of love, (XI) 6 Reflection: periods of, (IX) 22 Reform(s), (l) 32; (II) 7-8, 61, 83; (III) 226; (V) 95; (VI) 202; (X) 175-76; and acquisitiveness, (X) 45; and action, (XV) 42; and change, (X) 210; and desire to, (VI) 241; as destructive, (VIII) 302; and determination, (XII) 23; and disintegration, (XIII) 336; as endless process, (IX) 12-13; (X) 63; and escape, (XVI) 100-101; futility of, (VIII) 2, 32324; (XIII) 73; (XV) 196; as hindrance, (VIII) 315; as hindrance to change, (X) 83; as hindrance to social change, (XV) 56; and individual action, (II) 132; as ineffective, (IX) 36; through leaders or mass, (V) 154-55; and legislation, (VIII) 356; and possessiveness, (II) 8-9, 60-61; and the process of the mind, (VIII) 252; and religion, (II) 8; versus religious freedom, (IX) 51; as retrogression, (V) 195-97; (VI) 67; and revolution, (X) 108; versus revolution, (VII) 240; (XII) 276; and search for truth, (IV) 138; and society, (IX) 202; (XIII) 11; and the structure of government, (IX) 127; and time, (XI) 51; and values, (II) 90-91. See also Change; Division; Mutation; Progress; Reformation; Revolution; Society; Transformation Reformation, (X) 184; as continuation of the past, (VIII) 343; economic and social, (VII) 128; as endless cycle, (XVII) 127; as futile, (VIII) 292; as hindrance, (VIII) 315-17; as hindrance to religion, (X) 186-87; and learning, (XI) 1, 2-3; versus the new society, (X) 166; problems of, (XI) 48; versus radical transformation, (XVI) 49-50; as the reforming of society, (XIII) 67, 73; versus revolution, (VII) 203. See also Change; Reform; Reformer(s); Revolt; Revolution; Transformation Reformer(s): and change, (XI) 125; (XV) 334; and the conditioned mind, (VIII) 3; and conflict, (XII) 130; and confusion, (VIII) 200-201; and the creation of mischief, (IX) 206; and the field of recognition, (XI) 96; and the immediate, (XVII) 102; and the inability to achieve revolution, (XVI) 242; versus the religious man, (IX) 113; and selftransformation, (IV) 33; and social environment, (XI) 58. See also Radical revolution; Reform; Reformation Refuge: search for, (III) 110-12 Regeneration: achieving, (VIII) 167; and reeducation, (VIII) 191-92; through understanding, (IV) 197 Regimentation: and desire for psychological security, (V) 109; of life, (V) 56; and loss of individual, (IV) 89; sexual outlet, (V) 98. 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(VI) 50-51, 73, 164; (XV) 306-7; (XVII) 205; and conflict between function and status, (XVII) 128; and confusion, (V) 192; (XVI) 280; and continuity, (XII) 222; and cooperation, (XIV ) 95; and criticism, (V) 296-97; dangers of, (XV) 146; defining, (III) 18, 104, 114-16; (V) 16-17, 59; (VII) 136; (X) 53; (XVII) 187; and dependence, (VI) 155; (VII) 137; (XVI) 119-20; and desire, (VII) 166; and the desire for permanency, (XII) 134; desire to achieve, (V) 160-61; and detachment, (V) 227-29; deterioration of, (XVII) 31; and discovery of truth, (VII) 246; and disintegration, (XIV) 67; and disturbance, (VII) 156; without dogma, (X) 43; of doing and the idea, (XVI) 24; and domination, (V) 302-3; dying to, (XIV) 257; dynamics of, (IV) 123-24; and economic security, (VII) 143-44; and education, (VII) 64; (VIII) 279-80; and effort, (XV) 216, 218; and ending conflict, (XVI) 4; and escape from, (III) 82-83, 156; (VII) 151-52; without evaluation, (X) 34; as everyday life, (XVI) 33-34; examining, (XV) 333-34, 336-39; and existence, (VI) 18-20; and experts, (V) 152; and exploitation, (V) 241; and fact, (XV) 338-39; and fear, (VI) 192-93; (VII) 290; (VIII) 166, 336-38; (XII) 244; (XIII) 101; (XIV) 248; (XV) 28, 160; (XVI) 60, 106; (XVII) 25; fragmenting, (XVI) 237; and freedom, (XV) 55-56, 205; (XVI) 3; and freedom from belief, (IX) 247; and friction, (XVII) 145; without frustration, (IX) 21; fulfillment in, (l) 61; as fundamental problem, (VI) 53; and gratification, (III) 224-25; and habit, (XI) 299; harmonious and destructive, (III) 73; and the hindrance of drugs and belief, (XVII) 7; of human beings to society, (XV) 282; and ideology, (XVII) 140; and image, (XVI) 100, 102, 122, 129, 155, 170, 172; (XVII) 25, 35, 82, 90, 112-13, 141, 168-69, 253, 275, 280-81; and independence, (VII) 81; between individuals, (III) 159-61; and the individual and the collective, (XII) 253; of individual to collective, (V) 314; of the individual to society, (X) 172-73; and individuals and society, (III) 145-46; of individual state, (V) 341-44; and integrated action, (V) 86-87; and intentions, (IV) 59; and isolation, (IV) 141; (VI) 74-75, 155; and labeling, (V) 311-12; and learning, (XV) 69; (XVI) 52; and life, (V) 212-14; as life process, (VI) 105; and limitation, (III) 36; and the little world, (X) 253; living with, (XV) 97, 228; and loneliness, (XII) 156; (XIII) 187; looking at the facts of, (XV) 230; and love, (IV) 172; (V) 147; and marriage, (V) 175; to material and spiritual, (V) 188; meaning of, (VIII) 280; (XIII) 281; (XVII) 7; and the mind, (VI) 144; (XI) 279; as movement, (XV) 69; and the movement of life, (XV) 191, 195; between nations, (VII) 143; and nearness of truth, (V) 123; and the need for order, (XV) 56-57; and the need for security, (XVI) 120; need to understand, (XV) 163; and new society, (V) 168; and nonsentimental love, (III) 136-37; and observation, (IX) 216; (XVII) 5; and observation without condemnation, (IX) 4; and the observation of the mind, (VIII) 148; and the observer and the observed, (XVI) 249; of the old brain and the new brain, (XVI) 206; with the one and with the whole, (V) 231-232; and pain, (V) 230; parental, (V) 171-72; between parents and children, (VII) 81-82; (VIII) 280-83; and passive alertness, (V) 331; and personal transformation, (VI) 239; and pleasure, (XV) 164; (XVI) 62; (XVII) 11, 65; and pleasure as the basis of, (XVI) 91; and possession(s), (III) 147; (V) 87; and power, (V) 60; and problems, (V) 334-35, 338; between problems, (X) 85-86; (XVII) 264; of problems, (XIV) 181; process of, (IV) 5; and the process of life, (VII) 207-8; and the process of the mind, (IX) 218; as the process of recognition, (XI) 246; as process of self-revelation, (IV) 99; and propaganda, (V) 227; and the psychological world, (X) 98-99; and the quiet mind, (XVI) 148; and reaction, (VI) 125; and reality, (V) 211, 248; between reformer and revolutionary, (V) 195-96; and revolution, (V) 185-86; (VI) 67; (XI) 296; and richness of life, (III) 68; and the search for permanence, (X) 42; and security, (V) 343-44; and seeing the whole, (XVI) 237; and self-awareness, (X) 102; and self-discovery, (V) 273; (IX) 138-39; (XI) 159; and self-forgetfulness, (V) 102; and selfknowing, (XV) 280; and self-knowledge, (IV) 142; (V) 224-25, 366, 367; (VI) 49, 91, 178-79, 354; (VIII) 299, 307-8, 344; (IX) 137, 227, 273; (X) 124; and social morality, (XIII) 205; and social problems, (III) 164; and society, (X) 192; (XIII) 128; (XV) 49, 52; as society, (IV) 89; (VII) 80; to society, (VIII) 315; and space, (XVI) 256; and the structure of society, (XIII) 114, 115-16; and struggle, (VII) 28; between student and teacher, (VII) 136-37; and suffering, (V) 316; among teacher, student and parent, (XI) 4-5, 9; between thinker and thought, (IV) 196-97; and thinking,

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See also Conflict; Contact; Dependency; Desire; Family; Greed; Husband and wife; Ignorance; Immortality; Isolation; Possessiveness; Religion; Self; Selffulfillment; Society; Truth Religion, (l) 16, 109, 175-76; (II) 3-6, 38, 174-76, 181; (IV) 132-33; (VI) 50-52; (VIII) 134-36, 181-83; (X) 223-26; (XI) 144-48, 357-63, 383, 386-87; (XIV) 263-69; (XV) 40-41; absence of, (XIV ) 124; as absolute, (l) 150; and the acceptance of conflict, (XVI) 160; and action, (l) 83-84; and age, (XII) 171-72; and authority, (VIII) 43-44, 241-42; (X) 48, 99; authority of, (XV) 322; basis of, (II) 3-4, 54; and beauty, (XVI) 64-65; and belief, (XIV) 220; capturing the mind through, (XI) 103; as cause of conflict, (VII) 145; and ceremony, (II) 22; and change, (VIII) 27-29; and class distinction, (l) 182-84; as comfort, (l) 105; as commercial, (X) 202; and competition of sects, (III) 178, 197; and compulsion, (VII) 13; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 257-58; (X) 163-64; and conditioned thinking, (VII) 269; and conditioning, (VII) 28687; (VIII) 13, 215; (IX) 125-26; (XIV) 221; (XVI) 156; and the conditioning of children, (XIII) 272; and confusion, (V) 24; (XVI) 275-76; and contradiction, (X) 233, 239-40; (XV) 178; as a corporation, (XVI) 242; creation of, (l ) 191-92; and the cultivation of belief, (XVII) 101; decline in, (XVI) 42-43; and death, (XVII) 73; defining, (V) 264-65; (VI) 31-32, 125; (VII) 1-2; (VIII) 168; (X) 125, 216; (XIII) 288; (XIV) 6, 124; (XV) 7; and the denial of beauty, (XV) 314; and the denial of desire, (XVI) 86-87; and the denial of pleasure, (XVII) 181, 184, 185; without dependence, (X) 210; and depth of life, (XVI) 232; and desire, (XIV) 96, 97; (XV) 15, 17; and desire for sensation, (V) 263-64; and the discipline of desire, (VIII) 304; and discontent, (IX) 207; and discovery of the beyond, (XVII) 152; discovering through negation, (VII) 106-7; and disorder, (XV) 326-328; and division(s), (l) 182-84; (XII) 134; (XIV) 229; (XVII) 162; without divisions, (IX) 121; and divisiveness, (l) 148-49; (II) 5, 8, 12, 14849, 160, 166, 232; as dogma, (X) 43, 124, 177, 179-80; and education, (l) 154-55; (V) 111-12; and effort, (XIV) 289; enslavement to, (II) 223; and escape, (XI) 14-15; (XIV) 115; (XVI) 100-101, 182; (XVII) 159; as escape, (IX) 159; (XIII) 168; as escape from suffering, (II) 135; examining the meaning of, (IX) 9-10; and the existence of authority, (XII) 297; and exploitation, (III) 32-33; and the exploitation of seekers, (XII) 203; as exploiter, (II) 10-11, 208; (III) 92; failure of, (XIV) 3, 127; (XVII) 94, 190; and faith, (l) 172; and fear, (II) 208; (VIII) 61; (XV) 316-17; (XVI) 103-4; and freedom, (XI) 376; (XVII) 16-17; versus freedom, (XV) 14; and freedom of the mind, (XIV) 297; free from tradition, (X) 107; and the free mind, (IX) 78-79; function of, (II) 83; (IX) 230; (XIV) 81-82; as fundamental necessity, (X) 107-8; versus fundamental revolution, (VII) 165; gratification in, (XVII) 86; highest form of, (VIII) 250; and hindrance of belief, (VII) 130-31; (XII) 269-70; and hindrance to the discovery of the true, (XIII) 62; as hindrance to freedom, (XVI) 162; and historical tyranny, (IX) 230; as a hobby, (XIII) 288-89; and hope, (XI) 13; as human creation, (II) 223; and hypocrisy, (l) 174; (II) 150; and the imposition of formulas, (XIV) 141-42; as individual discovery, (X) 216-18; and intellectual sensitivity, (XIII) 42; invention of, (XVII) 70; and the invention of hope, (XVII) 113; and inward freedom, (VIII) 249; and life, (VIII) 58; as life encompassing, (XIII) 288; loss of meaning of, (XV) 330-31; loss of the significance of, (XIV) 40; as man-made, (VII) 8; versus materialism, (X) 49; versus material view, (IV) 139-40; without the ‘me’, (X) 7; meaning of, (V) 36-37, 156-57; (VIII) 316, 334-35; (X) 43, 62, 200; (XI) 203-4; (XVII) 99; meaning of true, (VII) 184; (IX) 34; and method, (XI) 116-17; mis use of the word, (XVII) 166; as more than dogma, (X) 70-71; national acceptance of, (XIII) 333; and nationalism, (l) 156; need for, (l) 59-60; negative approach to, (XIV) 44; as negative influence, (II) 154-55; and obedience, (VII) 132; only, (XIV) 6; as oppressor, (III) 207; and order and disorder, (XVII) 246; organized, (l) 143-52; (II) 48, 111, 160-61, 181, 204; (X) 15-16; as organized belief, (VI) 49-50; origin of, (l) 6; (VIII) 134; (XV) 40-41; and the path to God, (X) 149; as personal experience, (II) 160-61; and pleasure, (XVII) 12; and politics, (XI) 49; and power, (XII) 27-28; and prejudice, (II) 34; and the promise of heaven, (VII) 279; and promise of reward, (IX) 91; quality of true, (X) 203; and reality, (VIII) 229-30; reason for, (XV) 5; and reform, (II) 8-9; and reincarnation, (l ) 6; and relationship(s), (VI) 141; (XVI) 45; and the religious mind, (XI) 289-94; versus the religious mind, (XV) 41; versus religious society, (X) 34; reviving, (X) 216; and revolutionary man, (VI) 32; and revolution as synonymous, (XII) 223; and reward, (l) 171; and reward and punishment, (XV) 330; as ritual, (VIII) 229, 254; (IX) 156-57; role of, (XIII) 288; versus romanticism, (X) 63; and sacredness, (XV) 242-43; 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See also Authority; Awareness; Belief; Ceremonies; Change; Conflict; Creation; Dogma; Divisions; Empty mind; Exploitation; God; Immortality; Leader; Love; Masters; Mutation; New mind; Organized religion; Parenting; Reality; Reincarnation; Religious mind; Revolution; Right thinking; Theosophy; Timeless; Tolerance; True re ligion; Truth Religionists: and simplicity, (V) 246. See also Religion Religion, the individual, and mutation: as interrelated, (XIV) 161-67. See also Individual; Mutation; Religion Religio-social reformers: and the pattern of life, (XI) 315. See also Reformers Religious: defining, (XII) 173 Religious action: and the resolution of problems, (XV) 7. See also Action; Religion; Religious mind Religious approach: and problems, (XII) 169 Religious being: man as, (III) 37-38 Religious conditioning: versus meditation, (XIII) 153. See also Conditioning; Religion Religious control: and education, (IV) 107 Religious differences: need to eliminate, (IX) 247. See also Divisions Religious dogma: rejection of, (XV) 95. See also Religious action Religious experience: and conditioning, (IX) 160; and passive awareness, (IV) 69 “Religious” experience: as nonexistent, (XIII) 324. See also Religion Religious freedom, (IX) 51; and absence of authority, (IX) 51-52; defining, (IX) 39; as the only freedom, (IX) 33 Religious institutions: and illusions, (X) 32 Religious intolerance: and belief in God, (V) 93. See also Experiencing; Religion Religious leaders: and austerity, (XVII) 237-38; and confusion, (XI) 358-61. See also Authority; Religion Religious life, (X) 62-64, 206-8; (XIV) 263-69; as the absence of friction, (XV) 9; defining, (XI) 325; and discipline, (XIII) 81; response to, (XIV ) 78; and thought, (XI) 128. See also Religion; Religious action Religious man: and the absence of theories, (XIII) 320; and the cessation of ‘becoming’, (X) 268; and change, (IX) 55; as conditioned, (XIII) 320; versus conflict, (XIV) 29; creation of, (IX) 108; defining, (VIII) 170, 299, 301, 324; (IX) 4; (X) 234; (XI) 49, 51; (XIII) 4, 171; and the denial of life, (XI) 315; and dying to the known, (XV) 79-80; and the evil of authority, (XIII) 124; and fragmentation, (XIV) 3; and freedom from dogma, (X) 39-40; and freedom from fear, (XIV ) 195; as the free man, (XV) 5; and fundamental revolution, (IX) 202; meaning of, (IX) 242-43; nature of, (XV) 90-91; and the new mind, (XIV) 16; as nonmystic, (XIV) 268; and observation, (XV) 50; and relationships, (XI) 48-49; without religion or nation, (IX) 224; as revolutionary, (VIII) 330; versus rituals, (VIII) 315-16; and the secondhand, (XIV) 117; and selfawareness, (XI) 204-5; and self-knowledge, (XI) 61; and social reform, (IX) 242-43; versus social reform, (VIII) 302; and social rejection, (X) 263; and society, (IX) 147; and transformation, (XV) 50; as the true revolutionary, (X) 34, 48. See also Religion; Religious mind Religious mind, (XII) 168-74, 223-27, 269-73, 319-20, 322-26; (XIII) 85-92, 156-60, 162-63; (XIV) 11219, 263-69; (XV) 40-48; and the absence of conflict, (VIII) 196; (XIII) 286; and the absence of fear, (XV) 317; and the absence of friction, (XV) 9; and the absence of ideals, (XV) 25; achieving, (XIII) 52-53; (XVI) 39; and being serious, (XIII) 275; as collective or individual, (XIII) 59; as the committed mind, (XIII) 52; and creation, (XV) 322; and the creative life, (XV) 94; defining, (VIII) 233; (IX) 36; (X) 72; (XI) 227; (XII) 81-82, 87, 89; (XIII) 86, 156-57, 275; (XIV) 9, 309; (XV) 47, 140, 243; (XVII) 90, 246; describing, (XIII) 208; as directionless, (XII) 107, 113-14; and dying daily, (XVI) 156; and effort, (XV) 92, 94; and the ending of sorrow, (XIII) 172; and facts, (XIII) 107; and freedom from authority, (XIV ) 20; and freedom from envy, (X) 48; and the free mind, (XIII) 240-41; function of, (XII) 174-75; importance of, (XIII) 281-82; and love, (XV) 74; and meditation, (XIII) 210; nature of, (XV) 93-94; and negative thinking, (XII) 78-81, 84-85, 89-90; as non-comparative, (VII) 114; and order, (XVII) 246, 250; and the psychological structure of society, (XIII) 261; and reality, (XVII) 99; versus religion, (IX) 10; (XIII) 64; and the resolution of, (XV) 77; as revolutionary, (IX) 195; as the revolutionary mind, (XIV) 45-46; and seeing the whole, (XV) 11; state of, (XV) 244; as total, (XIII) 92; and truth, (XVII) 250; as the unconditioned mind, (IX) 137; understanding, (XIII) 262; (XIV) 42-46; and understanding conflict, (XV) 19; and world problems, (XIV) 82. 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See also Religion; Religious action; Religious mind Religious person: defining, (IV) 68; (IX) 159; and freedom from dependence, (X) 92; and freedom from society, (IX) 278; identifying, (XI) 19; problem of, (XI) 386; and revolution, (IX) 13-14; and the state of silence, (XIII) 196; as yes -sayer, (XI) 291. See also Religious man; Religious mind Religious practices, (l) 137-38 Religious problem: and the complex society, (X) 69 Religious revolution, (VIII) 167-70, 181-84; and the absence of ‘becoming’, (X) 267-69; achieving, (IX) 10; (X) 3, 128; (XI) 40-41; defining, (XIII) 116; (XIV) 274; and the empty mind, (XV) 24; and freedom from dogma, (IX) 216; (X) 199; importance of, (VIII) 194-95; and intelligence, (XIV) 45; meaning of, (X) 125-26; and mutation, (XIII) 118; need for, (IX) 51; (X) 95; and the new world, (VIII) 190; as the only true revolution, (XVI) 80; as outside of society, (X) 83; as psychological revolution, (IX) 210; and questioning, (XIII) 114-15; as salvation, (X) 79. See also Change; Mutation; New; Radical revolution; Religion; Religious action; Religious mind; Revolution; Total revolution; Transformation; True religion; True revolution Religious revolutionary: as apart from society, (IX) 85. See also Religious man Religious sects: and change, (VIII) 162-64, 176-77; and conditioning, (VIII) 142-43, 154, 170, 222, 267-68; and divisions, (VIII) 41, 51, 58, 248; and divisions and war, (VIII) 261; and dogma, (VIII) 168; and education, (VIII) 79, 81, 92, 102; individual, (VIII) 178-79; influence on children, (VIII) 288; meditation, (VIII) 239; and the new mind, (VIII) 167; and peace, (VIII) 150; and tolerance, (VIII) 294; and tradition, (VIII) 148 Religious spirit: defining, (XI) 293; describing, (XII) 170-71; loss of, (XIV) 78-79; as the only, (XIV) 42-43; and the scientific spirit, (XII) 77, 80; versus tradition, (XII) 78. See also Religion; Religious mind; Scientific mind Religious state: and the hindrance of conflict, (XIII) 282; as timeless, (VIII) 188-89. See also Religious mind Religious structure: and religious belief, (XII) 323 Religious teachers: dependence on, (l) 109, 148-49. See also Guru; Leader; Master; Religion Religious thinking: and world problems, (XIV) 3. See also Religion Religious tyranny: increase of, (XII) 49-50 Relinquishment: of tools of exploitation, (IV) 95-96 Renewal, (IV) 170; (XVI) 242-45; of consciousness, (VII) 281-83; and continuity, (V) 266-67, 319-20; daily, (IV) 50; (VIII) 138-39; defining, (IV) 36; and deterioration, (VI) 292-93; and ending, (VII) 187; (X) 155, 209; in ending, (IV) 198; (V) 298, 355; and ending of thought, (VI) 147-48; versus fear of death, (V) 68-69; of the mind, (XVII) 96; from moment to moment, (V) 300; movement of, (XVI) 300-301; and old and new, (VI) 154; and the quiet mind, (XVII) 113; as spontaneous, (III) 13839; and taking the first step, (XVI) 300-301; through understanding, (VI) 290. See also Creativity; Death; New; Quiet mind; Reincarnation; Rejuvenation; Revolution; Transformation Renunciation: and acquisition, (IV) 12; and ambition, (VII) 242; and conflict, (IV) 146; defining, (XI) 147; versus escape, (XVII) 130; as false, (VII) 184; futility of, (VIII) 106-7; as revolution, (XI) 277; and systems, (III) 54-55. See also Becoming; Humility; Negation Repetition: and action, (XVI) 228; and authority, (XVII) 34; and behavior , (XVII) 201-2; and boredom, (XIV) 206; and conduct, (XVII) 202; and continuity, (X) 154; and desire, (XVI) 216-17; and deterioration, (XIV) 29; versus direct experience, (XI) 149; and the dull mind, (V) 90-91; (XVII) 116; and experience, (VII) 246-47; as hindrance to the new mind, (XVI) 243; versus learning, (XVI) 265, 290; versus learning while doing, (XVI) 218; and meditation, (IX) 213; (XIV) 156, 299; (XV) 37, 84; versus meditation, (X) 228; (XI) 141, 356; and patterns, (XVII) 178; and pleasure, (XVII) 44, 45-46, 204; and prayer, (V) 164; (VI) 230; and the process of thinking, (XVII) 123; and the still mind, (V) 209; and the superficial mind, (IX) 235; and systems of thought, (XVII) 240; and truth, (V) 320; (VI) 134; and understanding, (V) 327. See also Conditioning; Conformity; Discipline; Experiencing; Suppression; Will Repetitive action: as necessary, (XVII) 206. 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See also Action of will; Compulsion; Conflict; Conformity; Contradiction; Discipline; Effort; Listening Resolution: as escape from problems, (XIV) 178; of problems, (XIV) 181, 252 Respect, (VIII) 69; and authority, (XIV) 247; between children and adults, (XI) 4-5; versus contempt, (VII) 125; and disrespect, (XI) 370; as exploitation, (III) 100; as fear, (VII) 125-26; versus fear, (VIII) 126; feeling of, (VII) 231; and gurus, (V) 194; versus humility, (XIV ) 89; and love, (XVII) 235; versus love, (VIII) 71; and problem of equality, (VII) 313-14. See also Authority Respectability: and ambition, (X) 5; attachment to, (XII) 212; and conflict, (XIII) 285; and conformity, (VII) 221; (XV) 69; and consistency, (VII) 207; versus creative happiness, (VII) 188-89; defining, (VII) 163; and denial, (XIII) 87-88; desire for, (XI) 227; and discontent, (V) 293; as false, (VII) 184; and fear, (VII) 191; versus love, (VIII) 312; and the mediocre mind, (VIII) 124; and mediocrity, (XI) 356; and moral codes, (XI) 228; versus morality, (XIV) 202; and pleasure, (XV) 71; and public opinion, (V) 277; and security, (XII) 135; and social morality, (X) 246-47; (XV) 71; and society, (VIII) 317; and tradition, (XVII) 153; and virtue, (XI) 269-70; (XII) 142; (XIII) 225. See also Conditioning; Conformity; Discipline; Habits; Security; Society Respectable: versus good, (VII) 163. See also Respectability Respectable man: as dead, (XI) 113. See also Respectability Respectable mind: and the adjustment to society, (XI) 323; as insensitive, (XIII) 176; as limited, (XI) 194; and tradition, (XI) 35-36. See also Dull mind; Mind; Respectability Response: and action, (XIV) 21; and background, (X) 219-20; to challenge, (IX) 190, 192; and conditioning, (VIII) 290-91; (XIV) 136-37; (XV) 304-5; (XVI) 89, 174, 220; and conduct, (XVII) 201; and conflict, (X) 25; and creating of problems, (XV) 213-14; and desire, (XV) 21; and experience, (XV) 39; and fear, (XIII) 134; as fragmentary, (XV) 23; and memory, (XIV ) 22-23, 243; without motive, (XVI) 208; and positive activity, (XVI) 18; and problems, (XVI) 208-9; to problems, (XIV) 99; as the product of memory, (XII) 304; and reaction, (XI) 33; and seeing the totality of life, (XVI) 5; and suppression of desire, (XV) 17; and thinking, (XI) 389-90; (XV) 22-23; and thought, (XIV) 292; (XV) 224. See also Cause and effect; Challenge; Challenge and response; Reaction Response and challenge: as limited, (XII) 68-81. See also Reaction Responsibility: and communication, (XVI) 41-42; for confusion, (V) 192; escape from, (IX) 204; and the family man, (IV) 96; for Gandhi’s death, (IV) 168; for government, (V) 66-67; as hindrance to understanding, (V) 324; of the individual, (V) 15556, 182; (VI) 137; (XI) 172; (XV) 52; for individual conduct, (XIV) 229-30; of the individual and society, (VI) 152-53; and listening, (XVI) 2, 14; and maturity, (V) 77; and order, (XV) 57; of parents, (V) 173-74; (VIII) 278-83; for peace, (XV) 323; and psychological revolution, (XV) 57; and questioning, (XVI) 253-54; in relationship, (III) 156; and revolution, (V) 10-13; and simplicity, (V) 245, 370; understanding, (XIII) 223-24; for war, (IV) 23; (V) 15-16, 75; for world chaos, (III) 152; and world problems, (XVII) 19, 279-80. See also Individual; Possessions; Resistance Restless mind, (XI) 234-35; as hindrance to truth, (VIII) 326-29. See also Empty mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind Restlessness: and conflict, (XIII) 22-23 Result: and action, (IV) 195-96; and effort, (IX) 256 Results: search for, (l ) 50-52 Resurrection: and death, (XIV) 255; (XV) 230; (XVII) 114; and escape from death, (XVI) 30; and the fear of death, (XII) 160; (XVI) 62, 155; (XVII) 73. See also Continuity; God; Reincarnation Retirement: and awareness, (III) 211, 213, 216; and deterioration, (VII) 308-9 Retreat: value of, (VI) 252 Reverence: and enslavement, (VII) 230-31 Revival: and pleasure, (XVI) 284; of religions, (X) 216

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See also Change; Discontent; Revolution; Transformation Revolution, (l ) 156-57; (II) 46-47, 65, 90, 137; (VII) 276-77; (XI) 358, 360-61, 383-87; as abandonment of society, (VIII) 330; and the absence of the center, (XVII) 38; and the absence of peace, (VIII) 141; absence of stages in, (XII) 56; and the absence of thought, (XVI) 164; achieving, (VII) 89; (VIII) 4; (IX) 210-12; (XIII) 78; (XIV ) 126-27; (XVI) 234; and action, (XI) 358; (XIV) 44; and action of the will, (VIII) 36-37; without act of will, (VII) 256; and the analytic process, (XII) 141; avoidance of, (XV) 157; and awareness, (XIII) 206; versus being something, (IX) 170; and betrayal, (XIV) 163-64; and the brain, (XIV ) 272, 274-75; and the breakdown of conditioning, (XIV) 9; and change, (VIII) 22; without change, (XI) 157; and the clear mind, (XI) 202-3; and the collective, (VI) 38; and the collective and individual minds, (XIII) 61-62; and the conditioned thought, (VII) 196-97; and conditioning, (VIII) 154-55; (XI) 70; versus the conscious mind, (VIII) 38; through consciousness, (XI) 277; conscious and unconscious, (VIII) 2, 4; and contact with the fact, (XV) 339; cycles of, (II) 230-31; (V) 195-97; defining, (XII) 223-24; and the denial of the psychological structure of society, (XIV) 34-35; without dependence, (X) 210; and desire, (VIII) 306; and the desire for a sane world, (IX) 210; and desire to help, (VI) 241; and discovery of the sacred, (XV) 245; as disturbance, (XIII) 14; and education, (V) 200; without effort, (VII) 182-83; and emptiness, (XII) 256-57; and the empty mind, (XVI) 221; and the ending of ‘me’, (VII) 305, 307-8; exa mining inward and outward, (V) 185; through experiencing, (VII) 253; as failure, (XI) 96; failure of, (XVII) 167, 190, 245; false, (VIII) 16-17; and freedom from authority, (XII) 235; as freedom from fear, (VII) 290-91; and freedom from ideas, (VI) 2-3, 67; and the free mind, (VII) 306-8; (VIII) 254-55, 343; (XI) 65; as the free mind, (IX) 36; of the few, (V) 358-59; and the function of knowledge, (VIII) 154-56; and God, (XII) 173; and the “high” and “middle”, (XVII) 138; as the hindrance of analysis, (XIII) 284; and the hindrance of continuity, (VII) 198-99; and the hindrance of the known, (XVI) 174; historical versus psychological, (IX) 97; and hope for transformation, (IV) 49; and how to think, (VII) 197-99; and the human being, (XVII) 46; and ideas, (V) 42-43, 44, 206; and ideology, (VI) 14647, 205-6; and illusion, (VIII) 33; importance of, (IX) 96-99; (XVI) 298; individual, (X) 116; and the individual, (VI) 37-38; (XIV) 140; as individual, (IX) 209; and the individual and the mass, (XI) 36; and individual and mass role, (VI) 34; and individual renewal, (IV) 160-61; and individual responsibility, (V) 10-13; inner, (XV) 301; as instantaneous, (XII) 159; and the integrated view, (VII) 320; and the intellect, (VII) 252-53; inward, (VI) 251; (VII) 144, 150; (VIII) 248-50, 251-52; inward and outward, (II) 65; (III) 66-67; (IV) 162; (V) 15-16, 79-81, 96, 185; (VI) 89-90; (VIII) 29; (XVII) 192; and inward and outward effects, (XV) 58; as inward transformation, (X) 44; and isolation, (V) 61; of the known (VIII) 181, 183-84; and the limits of the known, (XIV) 188; meaningful, (XIII) 67; meaning of, (V) 196-97; (XV) 4; and the mind, (VIII) 13; of the mind, (IX) 219; (XI) 15-16, 18, 83, 193; as a mutation in consciousness, (XIII) 334; as necessary, (VII) 200; (VIII) 2; (XI) 309; need for, (XII) 49; (XIII) 113; (XV) 3-4; need for an inward, (XII) 118, 119; (XIV) 126; need for psychological, (XV) 302; need for religious, (X) 124; need for true, (V) 220-222; as never gradual, (XVI) 233; and the new, (XII) 185; and the new mind, (XII) 276; objection to, (VII) 237; and observation, (XVI) 130; through observation, (XV) 67; and organization, (II) 205; as outside of society, (VIII) 302; outward, (XV) 132; and outward alteration, (XV) 52-53; and the petty mind, (VII) 203-4; political, (VIII) 176; in the present, (V) 52; and the problem of hunger, (VII) 177-78; and the problem of living, (XIV) 5; and the process of thought, (VII) 175; of the psyche, (XVII) 166-67; psychological, (VIII) 230; and questioning authority, (X) 131; as radical transformation, (XI) 1, 177; as reaction, (XIII) 289; and realization of truth, (IX) 77-79; versus reformation, (VIII) 343; and relationship, (XI) 335; and religion, (X) 225; and religion as synonymous, (XII) 223; religious, (X) 3, 108-110; (XIV) 43; and the religious man, (IX) 4; as the religious man, (XI) 51; and the religious mind, (XIII) 52; through the religious person, (IX) 159; and the religious spirit, (XII) 170; as response, (VIII) 298-99; versus revolt, (XII) 278-79; (XVII) 189; and the role of education, (VIII) 32; and the search for reality, (VIII) 289; and seeing the fact, (XIII) 157; and seeing the totality of life, (XVI) 5; and self-awareness, (V) 11-13; and self-discovery, (XVI) 226; and self-knowledge, (VI) 9; and selfunderstanding, (XI) 18; and social change, (VI) 1011; and social inequality, (VIII) 316; as solution to world conflict, (III) 150; and the state of inquiry,

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See also Awareness; Change; Mutation; New; Reform; Reformation; Total revolution; Transformation Revolutionary: defining, (VII) 15; (VIII) 268, 299; defining the process of, (IX) 14-15; and radical transformation, (IX) 226; versus reformer, (V) 19596, 197-98; as the religious man, (IX) 243; (X) 34; and the search for reality, (VIII) 316. See also Individual; Responsibility; Revolution Revolutionary change: need for, (XIV) 188. See also Revolution Revolutionary mind: defining, (XI) 328; as the new mind, (XIII) 53; as the religious mind, (XII) 82, 324-25; (XIII) 160. See also Free mind; Mind Revolution in consciousness: achieving, (XVI) 160. See also Consciousness; Revolution Revolution of the center: defining, (VII) 294, 296, 297; and of outside, (VII) 294-96 Revolution of the mind: and living in the present, (XIII) 328-29. See also Revolutionary mind Reward, (l) 122-23 Reward and punishment, (III) 15-16, 172. See also Action Rich: and happiness, (VII) 101. See also Becoming; Poor Rich life: defining, (XIV ) 30 Rich man: and society, (XIII) 121, 124 Right action, (III) 53, 195, 197, 200; (X) 173-74; (XV) 64; and the challenged mind, (XII) 76-77; defining, (XVII) 18; and the good mind, (IX) 262; and living, (XII) 23; and search, (IX) 256; through selfknowledge, (IV) 135; and self-understanding, (XI) 48; and understanding, (III) 76; and understanding relationship, (V) 96. See also Action; Awareness; Real; Reality; Right thinking Right and left: similarity between, (XVII) 139. See also Ideology Right and wrong: judging, (VII) 291-92; versus truth, (XVII) 126 Right comprehension: and hindrances, (III) 89. See also Happiness Right conditions: inner and outer, (III) 127-28 Right discipline: as order, (XVII) 176. See also Discipline Right education: and creation of intelligence, (V) 1089; and radical transformation, (XI) 1. See also Education Right effort: defining, (III) 66, 81; understanding, (IV) 24. See also Effort Righteous action: defining, (X) 232 Righteous mind: defining, (X) 184 Righteousness, (III) 158; defining, (IV) 190; (X) 184, 223-26; and humility, (X) 242; motiveless, (XVI) 25; and reincarnation, (XV) 319; versus the traditional, (X) 189. See also Humility; Understanding; Virtue Right individual: creating, (XI) 59-61 Right livelihood, (VII) 160; achieving, (V) 144. See also Conflict; Livelihood Right meditation: defining, (V) 361; versus meditation, (V) 267-70; and process of the self, (V) 291; for right understanding, (IV) 53-54; and selfknowledge, (IV) 148; (V) 360-62. See also Meditation Right problems: and right questions, (XII) 232-33. See also Problems Right questions: asking, (XVII) 107, 108; defining, (XVII) 199; difficulty of asking, (XVII) 99, 269; and sensitivity, (XVII) 137. See also Questions Right relationship: defining, (XVII) 193; and examining problems, (VIII) 1-2; without exploitation, (V) 364; versus guru and disciple, (X) 122; and inner revolution, (XVII) 191; and love, (X) 195; and love of truth, (V) 179; meaning of, (XVI) 83; and social problems, (IV) 138-39. See also Authority; Relationship Right society: achieving, (IV) 207. See also Society Right thinking, (III) 208-9, 222; approach to, (IV) 135-36; through comprehension, (III) 98-99; and confusion, (VIII) 333-35; defining, (III) 208-9; (VI) 53-54; and the desire to influence, (X) 104; as endless, (IV) 180; hindrances to, (III) 93-94; and illusory experience, (IV) 15; and a new society, (IV) 110; and right actions, (VI) 52-53; versus right thought, (V) 74; and self-awareness, (IV) 15; and self-knowledge, (III) 203-4, 209-11, 224; (IV) 1, 34, 79, 151; (V) 155-56, 336; and sensitivity, (IV) 4; and true religion, (III) 207; understanding, (III) 195-97, 198-99; (X) 219-21; and wisdom, (III) 228-29; and world crisis, (V) 72, 74. See also Creative thinking; Right action; Thought Right thought: defining, (III) 208-9; as limited, (IV) 180; versus right thinking, (IV) 180; (V) 141. 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See also Authority; Background; Belief; Commitment; Conditioning; Divisions; Environment; Government; Identification; Influences; Nationalism; Russian Revolution; Society; War; Words; World problems Russian revolution: and the bourgeois mentality, (XVII) 134; and change, (XV) 53; and the denial of freedom, (XVII) 138; failure of, (XVII) 167; and ideology, (XVII) 160, 190-91 Russians: See Conditioning; Divisions; Ideology; Nationalism; Society; War Ruthlessness: and competition, (XIV) 247; and function, (XIII) 126. See also Ambition; Comparison Sacred: defining, (XV) 242-43; and the mind, (IX) 110, 112; versus sentimental, (X) 187. See also God; Reality; Truth Sacredness: as the essence of religion, (XV) 244 Sadhana, (IX) 264; as method, (X) 131-32 Sadness: and loss through death, (VIII) 114-15. See also Sorrow Safety: and conformity, (l) 107; and search, (IX) 182; and technology, (X) 192; and violence and nonviolence, (XV) 334. See also Security Saint(s): and austerity, (XIV) 45; (XVII) 237-38; and change, (XV) 334; and conflict, (XIII) 284; and confusion, (XIV ) 12; and desire, (XIV ) 98; (XV) 21; and the desire for asylum, (XIII) 54; desire to become, (XIII) 248-49; and discipline, (V) 256-57, 259; as distorted, (XVII) 174; and fear, (XII) 59; and humility, (XVII) 156; and love, (XIII) 15; need for, (VIII) 244; and the politician, (XI) 289; recognition of, (XII) 82; and simplicity, (XIV) 207; (XVII) 98-99; and status, (XVII) 122; and time, (XIII) 27; and the timeless, (XII) 100. See also Authority; Leaders; Monks; Religion; Religious mind Saints and sinners: and conflict, (XII) 128 Salvation: versus collective action, (VII) 230; and the hereafter, (VII) 270; through Masters, (III) 24-25; through self-awareness, (III) 24; through service, (l) 122-23. See also Belief; Religion Samadhi, (XIV ) 118. See also Meditation Sane society: See Society Sane world: versus dogma, (XIII) 88. See also World problems Sanity, (XV) 171-72; and communication, (XV) 190; defining, (XV) 171; and inquiry into fear, (XII) 223; and the insane world, (XII) 62. See also Order Sannyasi(s), (VIII) 106-7; and aloneness, (XI) 216; and celibacy, (XV) 71-72; and the family, (XIII) 126; and the formula of belief, (XIV) 141; and the mischievous mind, (XII) 90; and occupation, (IX) 205; and power, (VIII) 113; versus simplicity, (XI) 205; as a symbol, (XIV) 138. See also Authority; Religion; Saints Sanskrit: and communication, (XVII) 194, 199. See also Language; Translation; Words Satisfaction, (IX) 43-47; without comparison, (VIII) 134; and conformity, (XIV ) 267-68; and dependence, (IX) 65; and discontent, (IX) 207-8; (XV) 42; versus discontent, (XIV) 264; and dissatisfaction, (XI) 8; and mediocrity, (VIII) 252; and positive thinking, (XI) 91; as a reaction, (XV) 156; and religion, (X) 217; and search for, (III) 138-39, 141-42; (IX) 68, 90, 179, 181, 184; (XIV) 206; (XVII) 86; and suffering, (VII) 215-16; and the superficial, (X) 61; as temporary, (VII) 311-12; understanding, (XI) 243-44; and will, (XI) 286. See also Ambition; Conflict; Confusion; Contentment; Discontent; Fulfillment; Gratification; Selffulfillment Savior: search for (II) 55; and security, (IX) 148. See also Authority; Exploiter; Leader; Religion; Teacher Science: as accumulated knowledge, (XIII) 10; application of, (XV) 195-96; as benefactor or destroyer, (VIII) 92; and change, (X) 12; (XIV) 187; changes in, (XV) 197; changes in the field of, (XVI) 54; and the creative, (XI) 35; and destruction, (XVII) 279; and deterioration, (XV) 234; and efficiency, (XI) 260; failure of, (XVII) 94; versus faith, (III) 78; and following, (IX) 238; and inquiry, (XI) 215-16; and investigation without ideas, (XVII) 191; and knowledge, (XII) 308; (XVI) 261; and medical progress, (VII) 129; as necessary, (XIV ) 214; and need for intelligent application, (VII) 111; as positive, (VII) 114-15; and the quiet mind, (XVII) 172; and the religious mind, (XIII) 89; role of, (II) 150; and the role of power, (VIII) 35; and the search for solutions, (XIV) 40; and solutions, (IX) 278; and the solution to problems, (XI) 16; and world change, (XVI) 54; and world problems, (XIII) 48; (XV) 124; (XVI) 116. 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See also Religious mind; Scientific mind Scientist(s): approach of, (XII) 89, 112; and the approach to investigation, (XIII) 21-24; and belief, (V) 346-47; and the collapse of space and time, (XV) 116; and defining space, (XIV) 297; and dualism, (XII) 81; and energy, (XIV) 55; (XV) 46; and habit, (XI) 298-99; and inquiry, (XV) 4-5; and knowledge, (XIV) 138; and the need for total freedom, (XVI) 198; and the need to discover, (XIV) 48; and objective investigation, (XVII) 218; and problems, (XIV) 303; and revolution, (XI) 96; and the search for the new, (XIV) 228; and the spirit of inquiry, (XII) 90; and the spirit of knowledge, (XII) 77, 80; and world problems, (XI) 178, 295. See also Science; Specialists Scripture, (l) 154 Search, (VIII) 240-43; (IX) 87, 178-85; approach to, (IX) 90-91; awareness of, (X) 32; cessation of, (VIII) 346; and conditioning, (IX) 138; (X) 31-32; and the confused mind, (IX) 246; consciousness of, (IX) 209; for contentment, (VII) 259-60; as contradiction, (X) 33; and the creation of confusion, (IX) 87; and dependence, (IX) 67; and discontent, (VI) 27-28; end of, (IX) 20; (XI) 152; and experience, (IX) 284; futility of, (VI) 224; (IX) 77-78; for God, (XI) 290; (XVI) 250; for happiness, (X) 31; as hindrance, (VIII) 326-29; importance of, (X) 217-18; and the known, (IX) 111, 113; from the known to the unknown, (XI) 283; for the meaning to life, (XVI) 144; motiveless, (X) 182-83; motives for, (X) 161; the multileveled, (VII) 263; need for cessation, (IX) 257; for permanency, (V) 336-37; (VII) 328-29; reasons for, (V) 242-43, 328-30; (VIII) 327-28; (IX) 67-68; and religion, (IX) 214-15; for renewal, (XVI) 244; for result, (IX) 256-57; for right action, (IX) 136, 262; for security, (IX) 19; and selfknowledge, (V) 224-25; (IX) 91, 135-38, 215-16; as superficial, (IX) 48; and systems, (IX) 231-32; and thought, (XI) 130; and truth, (IX) 256-57; types of, (IX) 90, 209; and understanding, (V) 32930; (IX) 18-20; (XI) 129-30; versus want, (III) 16. See also Continuity; God; Gurus; Happiness; Inquiry; Questioning; Reality; Security; Seeking Search for: See Achievement; Belief; Certainty; Doubt; Enlightenment; Experience; God; Incomplete life; Liberation; Opposites; Power; Results; Security; Suffering; Truth Searching: destructive, (l) 176-77 Secondary issues: and ‘becoming’, (X) 267-68 Secondhand: versus original, (XV) 215-16, 219 Secondhand human beings: and authority, (XIV ) 235; and experience, (XV) 103. See also New Secondhand people: and compulsions, (XV) 73. See also Secondhand human beings Sect(s): as divisive, (VI) 48-49; as hindrance to education, (VII) 320; propagation of views, (l) 5051; and religion, (V) 77; and world problems, (VI) 52. See also Divisions; Religion Security, (l) 97, 148-49, 161-62; (VI) 254; (XII) 13337; (XIII) 121-24; (XIV) 129-34; and accumulation, (VIII) 106; and acquisitiveness, (IV) 96; areas of, (VI) 280; and attitudes to war, (XII) 169; and authority, (VIII) 241; (IX) 147; (XII) 296; (XIII) 227; through authority, (X) 36; and basic needs, (IV) 32; and being taught, (X) 231; and belief, (V) 307; (VI) 340-41; (XII) 323; (XIII) 186; and the center, (XIII) 44; and change, (VIII) 22; and collective action (VII) 230; and commitment, (XI) 324-25; and communion, (XIV) 186; concern with, (XIII) 289; and the conditioned mind, (VIII) 182, 288; and conditioning, (IX) 36; and conflict, (VI) 28, 338; and conformity, (XIV) 267-68; and consciousness, (XII) 195; contradiction of, (IX) 212; craving for, (IV) 38; and craving as hindrance, (IV) 66-67; versus creation, (XV) 138; and the creation of authority, (IX) 8; (X) 77-78; and the creation of habit, (XI) 317; defining, (XI) 4; and the demand for permanence, (X) 42; denial of, (XVII) 27; and dependence, (XVI) 119-20; and dependency, (IX) 61-62; desire for, (V) 73; (VIII) 82-83, 222-24, 273-74, 305; (IX) 79, 197, 215; (XI) 295; (XII) 38; (XIV) 184; (XV) 31; (XVI) 209; desire for inner and outer, (XV) 300; and the desire for the permanent, (XI) 105; as destructive, (XII) 38; and discipline, (X) 96; and discomfort, (V) 65; and disturbance, (XI) 306; (XII) 237; and the dull mind, (XII) 18; and dullness, (XIV) 28; and education, (VIII) 227; and effort, (l) 85; (IX) 186; as escape, (l) 6; and exploitation, (VI) 352; and the family, (XIII) 121-22; and fear, (VI) 36; (VII) 7779, 186, 191, 308, 315; (VIII) 237-38; (XII) 251; (XIV) 196; (XV) 28, 31; and fear in relationship, (VII) 290; fear of losing, (XVI) 149; and following, (IX) 239; (XII) 235; and the formation of ideas, (XV) 89; forms of, (XIV) 186; and freedom, (XI) 66; (XIII) 288; freedom from, (VI) 152; and the free mind, (VIII) 264; versus the free mind, (IX) 127-28; futility of achievement, (l) 7-8; as God, (V) 123; and habit(s), (VI) 306; (IX) 107; (XIII) 239; and harmony, (l) 91; as heaven, (VII) 279; and hierarchy, (VIII) 47; as hindrance, (XI) 382; hindrances to, (II) 203-5; as hindrance to freedom, (VII) 161, 162; as hindrance to reality, (VII) 304; as hindrance to self-knowledge, (IV) 77; and hope, (XII) 162; and ideals, (VIII) 221; and identification, (XI) 371-72; and illusion of hope, (VII) 269-70; and image, (XV) 193-94;

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See also Authority; Certainty; Conditioning; Conformity; Continuity; Death; Escape; Fear; Identification; Known; Limitations; Mind; Permanency; Search; Society See: inquiry into the word, (XVII) 207-8; understanding the word, (XVII) 168-69. See also Seeing Seeing: and the absence of fear, (XII) 251; and acting, (XV) 11, 130, 331; and action, (XVI) 2; (XVII) 134-35, 141, 142, 147; without an answer, (XVI) 168; and attention, (XIII) 70, 73; as attention, (XIII) 72-73; and the awareness of conflict, (XIII) 22; and breaking down the past, (XIII) 72-73; conditions for, (XV) 284-85; and the creation of light, (XVI) 31; defining, (XV) 130; difficulty of, (XVI) 55-56; and divisions. (XII) 195; and dying to the past, (XIII) 28; the emptiness of conflict, (XIII) 17-18; and the end of conflict, (XIII) 298; and the free mind, (XII) 184; and the hindrance of image, (XVI) 129; and the hindrance of words, (XIII) 278; without the image, (XVII) 279; as immediate, (XIV) 306; intellectually and nonintellectually, (XVI) 235; and interpretation, (XII) 5; and learning, (XII) 199; meaning of, (XII) 191, 235-36; (XIII) 5; (XVI) 235-36; and memory, (XIV) 58-59; with the mind, (XVI) 197-98; and mutation, (XII) 285; and the new mind, (XII) 5758, 280; without the observer, (XV) 190-91; process of, (XII) 119-20; and sensitivity, (XII) 290; significance of, (XII) 57, 62; without thinking, (XVI) 273; without thought, (XII) 61-62; and time, (XII) 159; and total attention, (XIII) 214-15; totally, (XVI) 132; and transformation, (XIII) 277-78; and transformation of the mind, (XIII) 74-75, 79; two ways of, (XIII) 118; violence, (XVII) 170; versus the word, (XII) 228; without the word, (XIII) 22. See also Learning; Listening; Looking; Observation; Perception Seeing and listening: as one, (XIV) 85. See also Listening; Seeing Seeing, learning, and listening: as one, (XV) 130. See also Seeing Seeing the fact: and action, (XII) 283. See also Fact; Seeing Seeing totally: and ending confusion, (XVI) 280; importance of, (XII) 193; and mutation, (XIII) 2425; and time, (XIII) 24-25. See also Seeing Seeker: See Center; Observer Seeker and the sought: as one, (XI) 189. See also Observer and the observed; Thinker and the thought Seeking, (XVI) 180-83; (XVII) 86-90, 151-56; and communication, (XV) 86; and conflict, (XVI) 187; and confusion, (XVI) 247; defining, (XIII) 261-62; (XVII) 87; and discontent, (XVII) 86-87, 136; and disorder, (XVII) 174; and dissatisfaction, (XVII) 85; as escape, (XVII) 41-42; escape from problems, (XVII) 159; exploitation, (XII) 203; and fear, (XII) 252; forms of, (XV) 96-97; futility of, (XVI) 147; and God, (XII) 256; as hindrance to understanding, (XVII) 182; implications of, (XIII) 161; importance of not, (XVI) 247; meaning of, (XIV) 197-98; meaning to life, (XVI) 202; (XVII) 40-42, 43; and meditation, (XIII) 97; motive for,

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See also Seeking Self, (V) 4-6; absence of, (V) 332, 351; (X) 75; and achieving the free mind, (IX) 87; achieving understanding of, (X) 33; as active entity, (IV) 8; as authority, (XIV) 172; awareness of, (IX) 57-58; (XII) 109, 112, 114; as cause of evils, (VI) 279; as the cause of fear, (VII) 191; cessation of, (X) 254; and communion, (XIV) 285; and conditioning, (IX) 3; and conflict, (IV) 29; (VI) 337-38; and conformity, (IV) 40; contact with, (XIV) 284-85; and contradiction, (XI) 29; and corruption of belief, (VII) 130-31; and craving, (III) 209-10; and creation, (IV) 18; versus creativity, (X) 17; defining, (VII) 34-35; (XI) 29, 59, 185, 299; (XIV) 16; dissolution of, (VI) 274-75; duty to, (VII) 237; and effort to be free, (VII) 298-99; ending of, (X) 76; and envy, (X) 28; and experience, (X) 16; as experience, (XI) 297-98; as fear, (XVI) 175; and fragmentation, (XIII) 156; freedom from, (XI) 34; and fundamental change, (VII) 35-38; as impediment to truth, (IV) 81; as impermanent, (IV) 57; (IX) 217; importance of understanding, (V) 1314; knowing, (XI) 85-87; and lack of tranquility, (IV) 73; learning about, (XIV) 240-42, 262; and loneliness, (XI) 351; as master and pupil, (V) 21819; and mediocrity, (X) 189; and meditation, (IX) 74; as memories, (XIII) 246; and memory, (III) 237; as memory, (V) 125-27, 136-37; and memory as one, (V) 326-27; as the mind, (IX) 130; and motive, (IX) 229; and movement, (XI) 249-50; as multiple entity, (IV) 45-46; and the negative approach, (XI) 188; as nothing, (VII) 33; perpetuation and ending, (VI) 306-8, 310; power over, (VIII) 35; and the process of discontent, (IX) 68; and the purpose of life, (VII) 86-87; qualities of, (IV) 80; and relationship, (III) 160; (V) 217; (IX) 138-39; as root of fear, (III) 225-26; as savior, (V) 179; as separate parts, (IV) 69; as society, (X) 44-45; and society as one, (XVI) 273; as spiritual entity, (III) 244; as state of division, (IV) 75; and suffering, (VII) 56; (IX) 202; and system, (IX) 199; as teacher, (XIV) 178; and thought process, (V) 236; and time, (IX) 200; (XI) 125-26; understanding, (VI) 272-76; (XV) 240; understanding the process of, (V) 50; as the world, (XIV) 201. See also Censor; Center; Consciousness; Entity; Escape; Freedom; ‘I’; ‘I’ process; Individual; Knowing; Knowledge; Known; ‘Me’; Mind; Object; Observer; Reality; Self-centered activity; Self-knowing; Thinker; Thinker and the thought; Thinking Self-abandonment: and the absence of space, (XVII) 187; and achieving order, (XVII) 180; experiencing, (XI) 251-52; and humility, (XI) 9899; and innocence, (XVII) 173; and passion, (XIII) 252; and simplicity, (XI) 152; and total attention, (XVII) 241. See also Discipline Self-absorption: and meditation, (XV) 37. See also Self-centered activity Self-adjustment: See Self-fulfillment; Selfimprovement Self-aggrandizement, (V) 176-77; and relationship, (VI) 89 Self-analysis, (l) 52, 57-58, 93, 125, 136-37; (III) 190; and egotism, (l) 76; and fear, (XI) 348; as hindrance, (l) 136; and inaction, (l) 11-12; and the observer and the observed, (XIII) 243-44. See also Self-discipline; Wisdom. See also Analysis Self-assertion: and the positive state, (XV) 256 Self-awareness, (III) 210-11; (VI) 354; achieving, (III) 212; and ambition, (IV) 14; available to all, (X) 190; and ‘becoming’, (X) 267-68; and change, (XV) 53-54; characterizing, (X) 211; and conditioning, (VIII) 268-69; of conditioning, (X) 101-2; and confusion, (X) 262; of dependence, (XVI) 120; and dependency, (IX) 62, 63-64; as essential, (IX) 78-79; and false values, (IV) 17; and freedom, (XI) 254-55; and freedom from belief, (V) 31; and freedom from conditioning, (VIII) 299; and greed, (VI) 282-84; as human service, (III) 218; importance of, (VI) 362; (XI) 48; lack of, (IX) 95; and listening, (XI) 332; and loneliness, (XI) 209-10; and the mind, (VII) 14; and neuroses, (XIII) 330; and observation, (XIV) 6; and personal experience, (V) 79; and pleasure, (XVI) 146; and pliable discipline, (IV) 54; and the process of the mind, (VIII) 287; and search for Master, (III) 235; and self-centeredness, (VII) 38-39; and selfcontradiction, (III) 202-3; and self-fulfillment, (IX) 69; and stimulation, (XIV) 208; and technique, (IX) 122; and total action, (X) 234; and transformation, (VII) 9; and what is, (XIV ) 91; (XVI) 166. See also Awareness; God; Ignorance; Love; Meditation; Mind; Reality; Self; Selfknowing; Self-knowledge; Truth; Understanding Self-centered: activity as, (IX) 172; and attention versus concentration, (XVI) 161; and concentration, (XIV) 218; and conflict, (XIV) 2056; versus the creation of activity, (VIII) 108; and fear, (XIII) 302; and isolation, (XIV) 220, 222; and knowledge, (IX) 244; and loneliness, (XII) 315; and the quiet mind, (X) 84; and the search for experience, (XIV ) 215-16; and violence, (X) 81-82. See also Acquisitiveness; Center; ‘Me’; Selfcentered activity Self-centered activity, (VI) 320-23; and the absence of love, (XVI) 76; and the absence of relationships,

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See also Communion Self-comprehension: and the ‘I’, (III) 43-44. See also Self-awareness; Self-knowledge Self-concern: and the absence of passion, (XVII) 216; and conditioning, (XVII) 267-68; and laziness, (XIII) 141; and sorrow, (X) 56. See also Selffulfillment Self-confidence, (VI) 243; (VIII) 131-32; versus confidence, (IX) 131; defining, (VIII) 343; and dependence, (VII) 205-6; loss of, (V) 22-25; through self-knowledge, (V) 28-29 Self-conscious: and struggle, (X) 63 Self-consciousness, (II) 36; and conflict, (IV) 11; (V) 161-62; and contradiction, (VIII) 263; defining, (III) 7-8; (VI) 165-66; and the dull mind, (V) 131; eliminating, (II) 78-80; and fulfillment, (III) 2; and self-knowledge, (V) 317-18; and shyness, (VIII) 98; and truth, (II) 55; and world problems, (II) 14. See also Intelligence Self-contradiction, (VIII) 266-68; (XI) 261-65; and action, (XI) 110, 316; and activity, (XII) 31; and choice, (XI) 1; and conflict, (XI) 354; (XII) 16; and confusion, (X) 204; and the creation of conflict, (XII) 123; and effort, (XI) 261-63, 387; freedom from, (IX) 5-6; (XI) 29-30; as hindrance, (VIII) 268; as hindrance to understanding, (XI) 2223, 25-26; and imitation, (XI) 180-82; and inner conflict, (VIII) 253; and knowledge, (XI) 336-37; and motive, (XI) 279; and slavery, (XI) 218; state of, (XI) 238-39, 242; understanding, (III) 202-3; and understanding desire, (XIV) 183; as a way of life, (XII) 68. See also Contradiction Self-criticism: and introspection, (V) 296-97 Self-deception, (VI) 314-16; and consciousness, (VI) 323-24; and discipline, (VIII) 295. See also Illusion Self-denial: and energy, (XII) 65. See also Denial Self-determination: and self-limiting action, (III) 85 Self-discipline, (l) 10-12, 35-37, 97, 119; (II) 14, 6264, 73-74; and achievement, (l) 13; defining, (II) 103; and dehumanization, (l) 11; futility of, (l) 1011, 63-64; and harmony, (l) 91-92; and memory, (l) 180-181; prevalence of, (l) 35; versus social discipline, (X) 96. See also Self-analysis; Will Self-discovery: versus analysis, (XVI) 226; and change, (IX) 57; and conditioning, (IX) 281, 283; importance of, (XVII) 216; and the individual, (XIII) 160; as a journey, (XI) 243; and listening, (XV) 340; (XVII) 59; and mutation, (XVII) 13; and the new, (IX) 273; and observation, (XVI) 250; and self-knowledge, (V) 80; and sensitivity, (XVI) 153; significance of, (XVI) 219; as significant, (XV) 61; of the true, (XIV) 143-44; and truth, (IV) 56; (XI) 207; and understanding what is, (VII) 179. See also Awareness; Discovery; Observation; Self; Self-knowing; Self-knowledge Self-examining: and listening, (XIII) 3. See also Awareness; Observation Self-expansion, (IV) 55, 56, 59, 60; (VIII) 132; and awareness, (IV) 78; and intelligence, (IV) 65; need to transcend, (IV) 62; through organization, (V) 100; as structure of thought, (IV) 62. See also Ambition; Craving; Fulfillment; Greed; ‘I’; Selffulfillment Self-expression, (II) 24; as barrier to relationship, (III) 168; and creative arts, (II) 24; and creativeness, (III) 162-63; and desire, (XV) 166; and fear, (XIII) 302; questioning, (XIV) 47-48; search for, (XIII) 291. See also Achievement; Ambition; Arts; Creativity; Fulfillment Self-forgetfulness: and change, (VII) 34; and commitment, (XII) 110; and love, (V) 326; and problem of sex, (V) 216, 218; versus selfconsciousness, (V) 267 Self-fulfillment, (VII) 152-53; and action, (VII) 16668; and conflict, (V) 158; (XIII) 78; and the conflict of opposites, (XII) 195; and continuity, (IV) 198; defining, (VIII) 26; demand for, (XIV) 247-48; and desire, (VII) 150; and desire for permanence, (VII) 328; and effort, (XIV) 289; as endless process, (X) 6-7; and escape, (XI) 209-10; and fear, (V) 125; of followers and leaders, (IV) 193; freedom from, (XV) 283; and frustration, (IX) 121-22; futility of search for, (X) 182; and gratification, (V) 323; and guilt, (X) 243-44; help as, (V) 323; and less activity, (VII) 185; and the ‘me’, (V) 345-46; and pleasure, (XV) 164; and problems, (XIII) 329; and the search for God, (IX) 19; and social reform, (IX) 243; versus truth, (VIII) 26. 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See also Inquiry; Self-knowing Self-interest: and daily needs, (IV) 57 Self-knowing, (XII) 9; (XIV) 167; and the absence of authority, (XVII) 227; achieving, (XV) 182-83; and attention, (XVII) 116; and the beginning of meditation, (XII) 206; and the beginning or end, (XII) 217; and clarity, (XV) 243-44; as conflict, (XIII) 329; and the conscious and unconscious, (XII) 320; and the creative state, (XII) 145; defining, (XII) 84; difficulty of, (XIV ) 136; effect of, (XIV) 172; and the ending of misery, (XVII) 91; and ending sorrow, (XVII) 214; and energy, (XVI) 67; and freedom, (XIII) 270-71; (XIV) 116; and freedom from authority, (XVII) 175; and freedom from fear, (XII) 260; and freedom from the known, (XV) 233; and the freedom to look, (XVII) 211; and freeing the mind, (XIII) 36; and the healthy mind, (XIV) 57; importance of, (XIII) 181; (XIV) 201; and inquiry, (XIII) 6; as instantaneous, (XVII) 176; and learning, (XIII) 248-49; (XIV) 240-41; and listening, (XIV ) 127; and love, (XV) 244; and meditation, (XII) 263, 265-66; (XIII) 40, 97, 265; (XIV) 107-8, 155-56; (XV) 84, 86-87; from moment to moment, (XII) 279-80; (XIII) 106-7; as the most difficult task, (XIV) 138; need for, (XVII) 75; and the new mind, (XIII) 59; as one process, (XII) 231; and order, (XV) 173-74, 176; and positive action, (XVII) 21; process of, (XII) 166-67; and the process of thought, (XII) 250; and reality, (XII) 247; and relationship, (XV) 280; as a religious act, (XV) 242-43; and the religious life, (XIV ) 78; and the religious mind, (XII) 107-8, 175; versus selfknowledge, (XI) 251; and the silent mind, (XII) 216-17; and simplicity, (XV) 175; and suffering, (XV) 176; as superior to self-knowledge, (XI) 299; and the total human being, (XIV) 139; and understanding thought, (XVII) 250; and wisdom, (XIV) 76; (XV) 279. See also Awareness; Knowing; Observation; Self; Self-discovery; Selfknowledge; Self-observation Self-knowledge, (l) 1-3; (IV) 66, 139; 160; (V) 27071, 317-19; (VI) 156-57, 206; (VII) 51, 325; (XI) 183-89; and acceptance and rejection, (XI) 18; without accumulated knowledge, (IV) 200; and accumulation, (XI) 249-50; achieving, (IV) 68, 74; (V) 30-31, 238, 240; (VIII) 307-8; (X) 110, 199; achieving through transformation, (IX) 28-29; acquiring, (VI) 177-80, 184-85; and action, (V) 4950, 154-56; (VI) 124-25; (IX) 258; (XI) 123; and action and reason, (XI) 36-37; and the alert mind, (VII) 309; and attention, (XI) 249-50; versus authority, (IX) 67; (XI) 225-26; without authority, (X) 69-70; and awareness, (III) 234; (V) 95-96; (X) 53-54, 221; and awareness of the mind, (IX) 278; as basic, (V) 232; and ‘becoming’, (X) 26869; and becoming and being, (XI) 297; beginning of, (IX) 2-3; and the beginning of meditation, (X) 105; and boredom, (V) 252; and centerless action, (XI) 226-27; and change, (VII) 15; (IX) 227; (XI) 126; as choiceless awareness, (IV) 92-93; and clarity, (X) 205-6; (XI) 183; without comparison, (VIII) 179-80; and compassion, (X) 262; and competition, (VII) 303-4; and conclusions, (X) 25; versus condemnation, (X) 179; and conditioning, (X) 215; and confidence, (V) 23-25, 29; (VII) 293; and conflict, (V) 158; and confusion, (IX) 29; versus confusion, (X) 36, 66; and consciousness, (IV) 166; and continuity, (VIII) 20; and contradiction, (VI) 192; (XI) 159; and creativity, (IX) 245; and daily life, (VIII) 143; defining, (V) 32; (IX) 57; (XI) 362-63; (XIV) 136; and despair, (V) 252-53; and a diary, (VI) 346; difficulty of achieving, (X) 78-79; and discipline, (III) 247; (X) 249; and the discovery of God, (VIII) 255; and discovery of the truth, (IX) 146-47; and distraction, (VI) 177-78; and domination, (V) 304; and earnestness, (VI) 170-71; and education, (VIII) 283; and the ego, (VI) 90-92; and the ending of sorrow, (XIV) 26; and the end of thought, (X) 214; and energy, (IX) 106; (X) 251; and enlightenment, (IV) 16; and escape, (V) 346; as essential, (V) 332; (VIII) 285-86; (XI) 72; and feeling, (XI) 72-73; and finding reality, (V) 224-25; versus following, (VIII) 45; and freedom, (VI) 217; (VII) 229-30; (XI) 65, 104-5, 132, 334; and freedom from conditioning, (X) 125-26, 199; (XI) 59-62; freedom from fear, (X) 213; and freeing the mind, (XI) 377-79; and the free mind, (X) 228-29, 272; (XII) 16; and guru, (VI) 54; and happiness, (IV) 105; and harmonious society, (V) 238; and helping others, (VI) 241; and ignorance, (XIII) 221; without illusion, (X) 76; importance of, (VIII) 23436, 260, 289-90, 292-93; (XI) 89; importance of total, (X) 71-72; and the individual, (XI) 145; and influences, (XI) 272; and inner transformation, (V) 363-65; integrated, (III) 196-97; and integrated action, (V) 86-87, 294; and the interval between thoughts, (VII) 222-23; without leaders, (IV) 188; (V) 368-69; and learning, (XI) 338; (XVII) 21-22; and looking without the observer, (XVI) 204; and love, (V) 326; (VIII) 271; (X) 176; meaning of, (XII) 233; and meditation, (IV) 34-35; (V) 136, 165, 210, 270-71, 361-62; (VI) 78, 175, 176, 21113; (VII) 58, 218; (VIII) 55-56, 192, 209, 240; (IX) 214; (X) 161-62; (XI) 392-93; (XII) 48; (XIII) 151-52, 192-93; and meditation without authority, (IV) 182; and the mind, (VII) 135; of the mind, (IX) 20; as moment to moment, (VII) 253;

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See also Awareness, Center; Happiness; Intelligence; Peace; Reality; Right thinking; Selfdiscovery; Self-knowing; Self-understanding; Truth Self-observation: and change, (XIV ) 58, 59; and choiceless awareness, (XIV) 262; without condemnation, (XVI) 206; and fear, (XIV) 89; and freedom, (XIII) 107; and freedom from the center, (XVI) 248; and the freedom to examine, (XVI) 152; importance of, (XVII) 10; and listening, (XIV) 136; and meditation, (XVII) 178; need for, (XIV) 132; (XV) 54; and the problem of fear, (XVII) 129; and the process of relationship, (X) 181. See also Learning; Observation; Selfknowing; Self-knowledge Self-occupation: and dreams, (X) 55 Self-perpetuation, (IV) 67-68 Self-pity: versus awareness, (XVII) 127; and laziness, (XIII) 138, 139; and sorrow, (XIII) 83, 85, 172-73, 311; (XIV) 25-26, 104, 211, 306-7; (XV) 78, 119; (XVI) 143; (XVII) 186, 242; and suffering, (XIII) 32; understanding, (XIII) 139-42, 143 Self-probing: for self-knowledge, (IV) 74 Self-projection: and creation of national heroes, (V) 103; and dreams, (V) 141. See also Authority Self-protection: and awareness, (III) 109; and belief, (XVI) 276; and fear, (XII) 304; (XIII) 134; (XVII) 162; as hindrance, (VII) 322-24; and prejudice, (V) 340-41; and the thought process, (V) 236-37; and violence, (XVI) 270. See also Security Self-realization, (VIII) 19-20; and the need for a guru, (VIII) 95 Self-reliance, (III) 51, 162-64; versus comparison, (VII) 125; without leaders, (III) 178. See also Authority; Masters Self-responsibility: and aloneness, (XVII) 229; for life, (IV) 17 Self-revelation, (III) 161; and relationship, (III) 156 Self-transformation: for outer transformation, (IV) 188 Self-understanding: achieving, (XVI) 5; and authority, (XIII) 235-36; and awareness, (XIII) 200-202; and breaking old patterns, (XVII) 180; and the cessation of confusion, (IX) 89; defining, (X) 3-4; and the free life, (XVII) 166; versus followers, (VIII) 294; and looking, (XVII) 229; and love, (XIV) 18; and meditation, (XII) 311; (XVI) 157; and the new mind, (XII) 293-95; and the resolution of problems, (XVI) 196; versus self-centered, (XVI) 5; and simplicity, (XIII) 158-59. See also Center; Freedom; Self-discovery; Self-knowing; Self-knowledge; Self-observation Semantics, (VIII) 64. See also Words Senility: as repetition of the past, (XVI) 239 Sensate values, (V) 98; as basis of social structure, (V) 62-63; and chaos, (IV) 97; and confusion, (IV) 160; and creativity, (IV) 177; as hindrance to happiness, (IV) 92; as individual enterprise and collective action, (IV) 92; and self-expansion, (IV) 94; and truth, (IV) 139-40. See also Craving; Love; Sensation; Sex; Stimulation; Values Sensation, (l) 134; (V) 286-87; versus beauty, (VI) 9697; and the beginning of desire, (XIV) 180; and belief, (V) 306; and boredom, (V) 263-65; and contact, (XVII) 147; and desire, (VII) 40-41; (XV) 16, 105, 166, 313; (XVI) 36, 61; (XVII) 184, 213; and the desire to possess, (X) 245; and domination, (V) 302; and drugs, (X) 89; as escape, (V) 252, 263-64; as experience, (X) 16-17; versus the experience, (V) 327-28; versus experiencing, (V)

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See also Brain; Mind; Sensitive mind Sensitive mind: and the absence of time, (XVII) 269; achieving, (XII) 17; and adjustment to fact, (XII) 105; and awareness, (XIII) 8; and beauty and ugliness, (IX) 272-73; and challenge and response, (XIII) 55; defining, (XII) 108; and desire, (XII) 153; and experience, (XIII) 58; (XVII) 35; and freedom from conflict, (XVI) 19; and the hindrance of fear, (XIV) 131; and intelligence, (XVI) 234; and learning, (XII) 106; (XVII) 60; and meditation, (XIII) 40, 96, 323, 324; (XIV) 35; and the quality of beauty, (XVI) 48; and silence, (XVII) 166; and sorrow, (XII) 298; and tension, (XVI) 148; as the vulnerable mind, (XI) 243. See also Empty mind; Free mind; Innocent mind; Mind; New; New mind; Quiet mind; Religious mind; Sensitivity; Silent mind Sensitivity: and the absence of answers, (XI) 190; and the absence of conditioning, (XI) 42-43; and the absence of conflict, (XII) 176; and the absence of habit, (XIII) 147; achieving, (IV) 4; and aloneness, (XVII) 77; and the artist, (V) 286; and attention, (XIII) 84-85; and the aware mind, (X) 151-52; and awareness, (XI) 74; and the beautiful and the ugly, (XIII) 235; to the beautiful and the ugly, (VII) 110, 271-72; and beauty, (XI) 205; (XIV) 45, 269; (XV) 93; and the beauty of life, (VIII) 98; to beauty and squalor, (XV) 93; and the brain, (XIII) 294; and caring, (XIV) 123; and clarity, (XI) 278-79; and communication, (XV) 80; and conflict, (XII) 194; cultivation of, (VIII) 85; defining, (VII) 70-71; (XIV) 143; and desire, (XII) 151; (XIV) 180; and discipline, (V) 260, 284; (XIV) 146; and drugs, (XVI) 181; and the dull mind, (XII) 315; and the education of children, (XI) 5-6, 8; and energy, (XIII) 182; versus escape, (XIV) 99; and the fertile mind, (XII) 108; and freedom, (XI) 66; and freedom from influences, (XIII) 300; and freedom from sorrow, (XIII) 309; and guilt, (XI) 347; and habit, (X) 134-35; and the hindrance of suppression, (XIV) 290; and the hindrance of time, (XVII) 268-69; and the individual, (X) 190; and intelligence, (XV) 7, 15, 21; (XVI) 139; (XVII) 238, 267; lack of, (XI) 348; and listening, (XIV) 127; and looking, (XIII) 229; loss of, (XI) 369, 373-74; (XIV) 10-11; (XVII) 129; and love, (XIII) 15; (XIV) 76; as love, (X) 176; meaning of, (XII) 290; (XV) 277-78; and meditation, (XIII) 153; (XV) 81; and the mind, (XV) 273; as necessary to living, (XIV) 105; need for, (X) 236; (XII) 37-38; (XIV) 143; (XV) 65; and the need for order, (XV) 198; need for total, (XVII) 29; and negative thinking, (XI) 92; and observation, (XIV) 71; and passion, (XI) 251-52; (XII) 194; (XIV) 95; and the perception of beauty, (XI) 373-74; and pleasure, (XV) 125; and problems, (XI) 133-34, 329; and the quiet brain, (XII) 326; and seeing, (XV) 130; and seeing danger, (XVI) 98-99; and seeing the structure of fear, (XVI) 281; and self-observation, (XVI) 206; and simplicity, (V) 245-46, 293; and space, (XIII) 156; and suffering, (VIII) 104-5; and true education, (VIII) 119; and truth, (XI) 45; and ugliness, (VII) 206-7; and the unburdened mind, (XII) 298; and understanding conflict, (XIII) 232; and understanding desire, (XIV) 100. See also New; New mind; Sensitive brain; Sensitive mind Sensory values: See Sensate values Sensuality: and awareness, (III) 228; and craving, (III) 214; gratification of, (III) 241; suppression of, (XVII) 266. See also Religion; Sensation; Sex; Worldliness Sentiment: versus feelings, (XV) 7; versus love, (XIV) 307 Sentimentality: versus emotion, (X) 4; and love, (XVII) 203 Separateness: and collectivism, (V) 298 Separation(s): and conflict, (V) 162; (XVII) 44, 278; versus cooperation, (VIII) 256; as corrupter, (IV) 89; and fear, (VIII) 237; and federation, (V) 1; as hindrance, (VIII) 233; as hindrance to religion, (VII) 107; of ‘I’ from memory, (V) 327; impossibility of, (XVII) 271; between the observer and the observed, (XVII) 209-10, 211, 212; and religion, (X) 125; and responsibility, (V) 2; and search for power, (V) 60. See also Communalism; Conflict; Contradiction; Divisions Serious: and danger, (X) 64; defining, (XIII) 23, 213; (XIV) 41; (XV) 3-4; meaning of, (XIII) 275-76; (XVI) 53; state of being, (X) 243; (XV) 96. See also Serious mind Serious man: and commitment, (XVII) 217; defining, (XV) 301. See also Seriousness Serious mind: and awareness of the known, (XIII) 292; versus belief, (XVI) 233-34; and conflict, (XIV) 82; defining, (XII) 202; (XV) 4; (XVI) 207; and the discovery of the true and false, (XII) 223; and going beyond the superficial, (XVI) 231; and inquiry, (XIII) 113; and the problem of sorrow, (XVI) 141; and understanding pleasure, (XVI) 217; and world problems, (XIV) 80. 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See also Creativity; Earnest man; Earnestness; New; New mind; Serious mind Service, (II) 24-25; as exploiter, (II) 48; as selffulfillment, (IX) 208; and social contradictions, (II) 9-10 Sex, (l) 61-62, 72-73, 95, 131; (V) 174-77, 215-18; approach to the problem of, (XVII) 128-30; as a compulsion, (XV) 73; control of, (II) 97; and creativity, (V) 98; and the curiosity of the young, (VIII) 131-32; and desire, (XIV) 96; (XVII) 185; and desires, (II) 200-201; as an escape, (V) 217-18; (XIV) 114-15; and frustration, (II) 190; and ignorance, (VIII) 125; importance of, (XI) 97; (XII) 244; and institution of marriage, (V) 97-99, 175; and love, (II) 132, 165, 209; (V) 177; (XIII) 15; (XV) 26; (XVII) 28; and lovelessness, (VI) 86; and momentary cessation of conflict, (V) 176; and organized religion, (XVII) 153; and pleasure, (XV) 313; (XVII) 11, 19; as a problem, (III) 83-84, 22728; (V) 176; (VI) 128-31; (XV) 12, 71-72; problems of, (XIV) 165-66; as psychological and physical fact, (XII) 247; reasons for problems of, (IV) 188-90; and self-forgetfulness, (VI) 194; and sensation, (XIII) 58; and sensation versus creation, (VI) 194-95; and sensitivity, (VIII) 132-33; and the shallow life, (V) 55-57; and sin, (l) 166-67; and social morality (II) 226; and social stimulation, (IV) 176-77; solving the problem of, (XV) 72-73; and suppression of energy, (XVI) 67; and thought, (XIV) 213; understanding, (VI) 56-57; and the wasting of energy, (XIV) 289-90. See also Celibacy; Chastity; Discipline; Family; Love; Marriage; Passion; Sensate values; Sensation; Sexual morality; Sexual urge Sexual desire, (VI) 194-95 Sexuality: and continuity, (XIV) 224; and the education of children, (XI) 6. See also Sex Sexual memory: and thought, (XVII) 148. See also Memory; Sex Sexual morality: as social morality, (XIII) 52; and society, (XIII) 14 Sexual urge: naming, (IV) 187. See also Sex Shallow life: and the desire for death, (XIV) 31-32 Shallow mind: and attention, (XVII) 122; freedom from, (IX) 140-42; versus the good mind, (IX) 264; and increased activity, (XII) 163-64; and inquiry, (IX) 270; and knowledge, (X) 3; nature of, (XII) 164; and sorrow, (XIII) 83-84; transformation of, (XIII) 329. See also Dull mind; Mind; New mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind Shallowness: and the sense of power, (X) 95; and social formulas, (X) 12 Shankara(charya): and the problem of authority, (XVII) 118; and sacrilege, (XVII) 129. See also Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; God; Religion; Society; Words; World problems Sharing: and communication, (XVI) 42; and communion, (XV) 8, 208; defining, (XVII) 98; implications of, (XV) 227; and learning, (XV) 9; and listening, (XV) 1; meaning of, (XV) 62; significance of, (XV) 1-2 ‘Should be’: and ‘becoming’, (X) 267. See also Ambition; What is Shyness: of boys and girls toward each other, (VIII) 125; cause of, (VII) 79; and sensitivity, (VIII) 98 Significance: meaning of, (IX) 93-94 Sikh: See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; God; Religion; Society; World problems Silence: and the ability to listen, (VII) 98; and the absence of time, (XVI) 144; achieving, (III) 223; (IV) 41-42; (XIV) 218-19; (XV) 253-54; and achieving understanding, (XIV ) 66; and action, (XVI) 38-39, 71; and the approach to problems, (XII) 90; attempt to experience, (XIII) 211-12; and attention, (XIV ) 159-60; (XVII) 83; and beauty, (XVI) 237, 240; and being, (VIII) 174; and change, (XI) 126-28; (XV) 135; and communion, (XIV) 180-86, 285; and confusion, (XVI) 277; beyond consciousness, (XVI) 38-39; and creation, (XIII) 196; (XVI) 122; and creativeness, (IV) 174; and creative revolution, (VII) 50; and the creative state, (V) 362; and creativity, (X) 251-52; defining, (XV) 130-31; without discipline, (XIII) 210-11; and dying to the past, (XVI) 31-32; and the ending of deterioration, (XV) 238-39; and the ending of sorrow, (XVI) 58; of exclusion and attention, (XIII) 264-65; and experience, (XIII) 175-76; and experiencing, (XII) 20; and the free mind, (XII) 266-67; as ideal, (VIII) 170; and inaction, (XVI) 123; and the inner and outer, (XV) 47; and inquiry, (XII) 216; inquiry into, (XVI) 236; knowing, (XVII) 150-51; and learning, (XVI) 51, 53, 274; and listening, (XV) 68; and listening totally, (XVI) 191; and looking, (XVII) 36; looking out of, (XV) 143; and love, (XV) 40; and meditation, (XIII) 265; (XIV) 160; (XV) 36, 37, 39-40; (XVII) 12425; and the mind, (XV) 308; nature of, (XV) 254; and the new, (XVI) 185; and observation, (XV) 4647, 50-51; (XVII) 118-19; and perception of truth, (IV) 199; and the quiet brain, (XVII) 179; and reality, (V) 225; (VI) 212; and space, (XV) 47, 87; state of, (XV) 136; as a state of being, (VIII) 178; as a state of mind, (XI) 127-28; and total in action, (XVI) 29; and truth, (VIII) 340; types of, (XIV) 217-18; unasked, (XIV) 218; understanding the mind, (XI) 280; and verbalization, (XIII) 280; and wisdom, (VI) 127. 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See also Choiceless awareness; Silence Silent mind, (VII) 261; and the absence of ambition, (X) 135; and the absence of continuity, (VII) 330; achieving, (X) 251; (XI) 177; and attention, (XVII) 90; and beauty, (XV) 46; and the cessation of thought, (X) 250-51; and the complexity of life, (VIII) 121; versus contradiction, (XV) 253; and energy, (X) 249; (XV) 87-88; and exploitation, (X) 169; and happiness, (X) 127; and individual action, (X) 180; as intense, (X) 85; and learning, (XV) 11, 248, 251-53; and looking, (XVI) 122; and meditation, (XI) 283, 357; and the movement of knowing, (XI) 300; and naming, (XIII) 280; and the new, (V) 305; versus the occupied mind, (VIII) 287; and perception, (XI) 257-58; and problems, (VIII) 283; prolongation of, (XIII) 198; and the rejection of time, (XV) 137; and renewal, (VII) 282-84; (XV) 238, 239; and revolution, (VIII) 16971; as timeless, (XVI) 239; and total negation, (XI) 232; and total revolution, (XVII) 36; and truth, (VIII) 274; and understanding, (XVII) 58; and understanding seeking, (XVII) 43; and what is, (XVI) 157. See also Creation; Empty mind; Meditation; Mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind; Silence; Still mind Silent moment: and joy, (IV) 166. See also Reality; Silence; Truth Silent observation: and awakening intelligence, (III) 69 Similes: danger of, (XIII) 271; as misleading, (XI) 314 Simple: meaning of, (XII) 207-8 Simple life, (III) 230-31, 236, 241-42; (VII) 322-23; and the absence of conflict, (XVI) 38; meaning of, (XIV) 268; and saints, (XIV ) 207. See also Life; Simplicity Simple mind: and achieving the true, (XI) 205-6; as the austere mind, (XV) 225; and beauty, (XV) 26; and choiceless awareness, (XV) 38; defining, (XI) 151-52; as essential, (IX) 7; and freedom from words, (XII) 207; and the real, (IV) 192; and the unknown, (IX) 160. See also Dull mind; Free mind; Innocent mind; Mind; New mind; Simplicity Simplicity, (l) 24; (II) 122; (VI) 88; (XI) 151-52; and abandonment, (VIII) 311-12; achievement of, (l) 24; (II) 65; (III) 31-32; (V) 245-48; and ambition, (VII) 242; of approach, (IX) 152; as approach to life, (IV) 88; (X) 259; and beauty, (XI) 10; (XII) 165; and cessation of effort, (V) 293; and cessation of self, (IV) 75; and the clear mind, (XIV) 147; and complexity, (III) 89-90; versus complexity, (VII) 323-24; in dealing with human problems, (VII) 324-25; defining, (V) 369-70; (VI) 73-74, 276-77; (VII) 325; (XIII) 262; (XVI) 245; and ending sorrow, (XV) 221, 225-26; and energy, (XV) 291, 293; explanation of, (II) 94-95; and exploitation, (IV) 203; and freedom from accumulation, (VIII) 106; and freedom of the mind, (VII) 118; hindrances to, (V) 245-46; and humanity, (XV) 175; and innocence, (XV) 293; and intelligence, (XV) 220; inward and outward, (V) 245-46; (VIII) 94; of life, (l) 74; meaning of, (V) 145; (XIV ) 29; (XVII) 98-99; and modern life, (VI) 73-74; need for, (XVI) 186; and needs, (II) 84; and order, (XV) 136; and passion, (XI) 374; (XV) 225; and the quiet mind, (VII) 325; and the religious mind, (XIII) 157-59; (XIV) 117, 268-69; versus respectability, (XV) 38; and self-abandonment, (XI) 98-99; versus sincerity, (V) 317-18; and sorrow, (XII) 208; as a state of being, (XI) 278-79; and the time interval, (XIV) 295; understanding, (XV) 221-22, 226; and understanding, (VII) 11819; (VIII) 93-94; and understanding the totality of life, (XIII) 158-59; to the whole, (XI) 341-42. See also Complexity; Freedom; Hindrance; Humility; Innocence; Innocency; Intelligence; Virtue Sin, (II) 89; (V) 276-77; and guilt, (X) 243-44; and love, (XII) 20; meaning of, (VII) 186; and virtue, (II) 17 Sincere man: and confusion, (VIII) 201 Sincerity, (l) 34, 186-87; and desire, (V) 317-18; and frankness, (l) 34-35; and ideals, (VIII) 220-21 Sinner: and the righteous man, (IV) 113; and truth, (XI) 99. See also Evil Sita: See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; God; Religion Skepticism: and asking the right question, (XVII) 15; need for, (VI) 104; (XIII) 332, 336; (XVI) 137, 249; and the need to question, (XVI) 229, 281. See also Examination; Inquiry; Questioning Slave: See Enslavement Slavery, (XI) 330-35; to false values, (l) 136; and freedom, (XI) 215-18; understanding, (XI) 331-32. See also Enslavement Sleep: and the conscious and unconscious, (V) 92-93; and consciousness, (IV) 165-66; and dreams, (IX) 59-61, 123-24; (XIV) 111; and energy, (XIII) 337; as essential, physically and psychologically, (VII) 260-61; layers of consciousness, (V) 140; and meditation, (XII) 46; (XIII) 265-66; as problem solver, (VII) 260-61; and the sensitive mind, (X) 152; and the unconscious mind, (V) 120; understanding, (XII) 41-42, 46. See also Dreams; Mind; Unconscious Slowed down mind, (IV) 127. See also Diary; Silence; Thought Slowing: response, (III) 228; thought, (III) 206, 21516 Sluggish mind: awakening, (XI) 320. See also Mind; Petty mind Small mind: and comparison, (XV) 168. See also Dull mind; Mind; Petty mind Smoking: and conflict, (XIV) 144; and the conflict of contradiction, (XIV) 125; and habit(s), (XIII) 2034, 239; (XV) 135-36; and immediate action, (XVII) 140-41; and mutation, (XVI) 63-64. 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See also Influences Socialism: See Authority; Background; Belief; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; Government; Identification; Ideology; Influences; Nationalism; Propaganda; Revolution; Society; War; Words; World problems Social justice: and friendship, (X) 187-88 Social laws: and individual effort, (VI) 293 Social misery: and psychological dependence, (III) 151 Social morality: defining, (XIII) 225, 226-27; and disorder, (XVII) 223; as enemy of the religious mind, (XIII) 52; freedom from, (XIII) 97; as immoral, (XIII) 110; (XV) 71, 171-72; (XVII) 34; and influences, (XIII) 187; and religion, (X) 22425, 246, 249; and sexual morality, (XIII) 97; versus virtue, (XIV) 218. See also Conformity; Morality; Order; Respectability; Social structure; Society Social order: achieving, (III) 182-84; and animals, (XIV) 249-50; basis of, (XV) 201; and human relationships, (III) 151; as necessary, (XV) 129. See also Society Social organization: and reform, (III) 153; and selfreliance, (III) 163-64 Social patterns: and action, (l) 83-84; renunciation of, (X) 201 Social problem(s): and approaches to solutions, (IV) 138-39; and the individual problem as one, (X) 107-10; and inward revolution, (VI) 369; and solving of, (II) 163. See also Individual Social recognition: and security, (XI) 325 Social reform, (IX) 242-43; and despair, (XI) 306-7; disappearance of, (XVI) 122; and escape from the fact, (XV) 65; as necessary, (IX) 243; and outer change, (IV) 17; and sentimentality, (XVI) 231; as temporary, (IX) 226. See also Change; Reform; Reformation; Society Social reformation: through individual awareness, (IV) 92; and inner revolution, (VIII) 258 Social reorganization: as social solution, (III) 42-43 Social responsibility: and the individual, (V) 30. See also World problems Social revolution(s): and change, (XI) 124-25, 273; and conformity, (XVII) 16; as a part of life, (XI) 352; as a reaction, (XVII) 10. See also Revolt; Revolution; Society Social revolutionary: as reactionary, (XI) 106 Social scientists, (III) 62 Social structure, (l) 93-94; (XIII) 119-24; and ambition, (XII) 310; and anxiety, (VIII) 76; basis of, (XIII) 128; and challenge and response, (XIII) 220-21; characterizing, (XVII) 165; defining, (XIII) 117; and disorder, (XVII) 167; and imitative divisions, (III) 188; and individuality, (l) 93; and leaders and followers, (VII) 109; and maturity, (XIII) 145; need for new, (IV) 162; psychological changes in, (XVI) 219; and psychological conflict, (X) 63; and self-expansion, (IV) 56; sociological and psychological influences of, (XIII) 224-25; types of, (XVII) 136; understanding, (VI) 146. See also Ambition; Change; New; Psychological structure of society; Revolution; Society Social transformation: and personal revolution, (VI) 205-6; and self-knowledge, (VI) 146 Social work: and energy, (XIII) 181; futility of, (XVII) 127; and intellectual sensitivity, (XIII) 42. See also Social worker Social worker: and the immediate, (XVII) 102. See also Reaction; Revolt; Society Societal competition: as challenge, (XIII) 220-21. See also Social structure Society, (III) 141, 188, 189; (IV) 160; (VII) 128-29; (XV) 281-83; achieving freedom from, (X) 45; achieving a loving, (VII) 89; achieving the new, (IX) 247; and acquisition, (VII) 208; (XII) 310-11; as acquisitive, (XI) 250; (XII) 36; the acquisitive, (IV) 207; and acquisitiveness, (VIII) 244; (IX) 3940; and action, (XII) 22-24; (XIII) 110; adjustment to, (VIII) 216; and age, (XIII) 145; and aggressive behavior, (XVII) 256; and aloneness, (XII) 40; and ambition, (VII) 235; (XIII) 78; and ambition and envy, (XI) 193; and approach to problems, (XI) 65; and authority, (VIII) 23; (X) 99-101; and awareness of danger, (XVI) 91; based on authority, (IX) 8; basis of, (IX) 143; as a battlefield, (XVI) 214; being outside of, (IX) 3; and the brain, (XIII) 155; as brutal, (XVII) 63; and career pressures, (X) 263; and change, (XVI) 122; and character, (X) 196; characterizing, (VIII) 226; (X) 171-72; child’s adjustment to, (IX) 155; and the collective, (VII) 285; and commitment, (XII) 66; and comparison, (VIII) 67-69; (XIV ) 193; and competition, (XII) 15, 19; as competitive, (X) 119; and the conditioned mind, (IX) 80; as conditioner, (X) 3738, 174; as conditioner of the individual, (X) 12930; and conditioning, (IX) 84-85, 98, 282-83; (X) 31-32, 34; (XIV) 56, 79; (XV) 97; (XVI) 112; and conditioning in belief, (XIV ) 278; and the conditioning of children, (XIII) 272-73; and the conditioning of obedience, (XVII) 261; and conditioning the mind, (XVII) 33; and conflict, (XIV) 72-73; (XV) 15-16; and the conflict of freedom, (XII) 127-28; in conflict with, (IX) 129; and conformity, (XIII) 160; (XIV) 90, 145; (XV)

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disassociation from, (XIII) 97; and discipline, (XIII) 321; disintegration of, (IV) 162-63; in disorder, (XV) 116-17, 330; disorder in, (XVI) 51; divisions in, (VIII) 226-27; duty to, (VII) 237; and education, (l) 19; (X) 14647; (XII) 37; and effects of compulsion, (V) 145; and effort, (XIV) 289; and the ending of violence, (XVI) 292; and enslavement, (l) 53, 150; and envy, (XII) 110; as evil, (II) 48-49; evolving of, (XIV) 245; and exploitation, (VII) 72-73; as exploiter, (l ) 160; and the family, (XV) 43; (XVII) 281; and fear of freedom, (XV) 157-58; and fragmentation, (XI) 178-79; (XVI) 293; fragmentation of, (XV) 18687; and freedom, (IX) 143-44; (XI) 214; (XV) 117, 203; freedom from, (IX) 48, 230; (X) 12, 172; (XIV) 74, 206; and freedom from fear, (XIII) 99; and friendship, (X) 187-88; and function and status, (XIII) 126; and groups, (l) 150; and growing complexity, (IV) 41; growing complexity of, (XVII) 2; growing contradictions in, (XIII) 106; as hindrance to change, (IX) 55-57; as hindrance to freedom, (X) 40; as hindrance to truth, (VIII) 192, 301-2; as a history of suffering, (XIV ) 302-5; and the human being, (XVII) 26, 64; as the human being, (XV) 57, 307; (XVI) 3; and the human mind, (XVI) 150; and identification, (VIII) 135; as immoral, (XVI) 183; and the immorality of disorder, (XVII) 223; and the imposition of formulas, (XIV) 142; and the individual, (XI) 224, 296; as individual, (II) 47; (III) 145-46, 152; (IV) 17; (VI) 201-2; (IX) 135-36, 274-75; and the individual and the collective, (XIV) 41; and individual change, (X) 192; and individual responsibility, (VIII) 314-15; individual as a result of, (XIV) 277; (XIII); and the individual and violence, (XVI) 289; inquiry into the nature of, (XIII) 114, 115-16; as instrument of individual, (VI) 159-60; and jealousy, (VIII) 110; and juvenile delinquency, (X) 4-5; and learning, (XVII) 60; and the lessening of freedom, (XIV) 82-83; as limited, (XI) 63, 65; and livelihood, (V) 143-45; living in, and being out of, (XV) 97; and living in perpetual conflict, (XIII) 283, 286; loveless, and dependence, (VII) 89; and the mind, (XII) 97; and the ‘more’, (IX) 251-52; and the need for change, (XV) 50, 52; need for change in, (XVI) 56; and the need for immortality, (IX) 157-58; and the need for order, (XV) 325; (XVI) 47-48; need to understand, (XV) 49, 52; and order, (XVI) 47-48, 83-84; and organized religion, (XIV) 117; and outward security, (X) 7; as the past, (XIII) 67; and the pattern of war, (X) 84; and the petty mind, (XI) 9596; planning of, (IX) 229-30; as poisonous, (XIII) 145; and possessions, (II) 5-6; and predetermination, (X) 90; and problems, (XV) 8; as a process of recognition, (VIII) 314; as a product of desire, (VIII) 304-6; psychological freedom from, (XIII) 110; psychological structure of, (XIII) 186; and the pursuit of pleasure, (XV) 71; and the questioning of goals, (XVII) 56-57; and reform, (XIII) 11; (IX) 36; and reformation, (VIII) 316-17; (XI) 48-49, 58; rejection of, (X) 126; and relationship(s), (III) 155; (V) 183; (X) 180; (XIV) 162-63, 252; and relationship between the inner and outer mind, (XI) 89; as relationship between people, (X) 70; and relationship of greed or need, (V) 144; and the relationship of the individual, (XI) 171-72; and relationship of the individual to, (XIII) 281; relationship to, (XVII) 154; and the relationship to man, (XIV) 245; and relationship to others, (V) 144; as religiously based, (VII) 128; and the religious man, (IX) 243; and the religious mind, (XII) 173, 175; and the religious person, (XII) 173-74; and religious revolution, (IX) 219; (X) 95; and respectability, (VIII) 312, 330; (XII) 212-13; responsibility for, (XV) 88, 90; responsibility to, (IX) 194; revolt against, (XVII) 189-90; and revolution, (VI) 158; versus the revolutionary, (XI) 106; and right action, (XI) 342; and the role of education, (VIII) 278-82; and role of individual, (VI) 218-19; search for, (VIII) 284; and the secondhand mind, (XIV) 37; as the self, (XIII) 246; as self-destructive, (IX) 86; and selfimprovement, (IX) 83-85; and the self as one, (XVI) 273; standards, (l) 38-39; structure of, (XIII) 115-18; as the structure of human relationship, (VIII) 316; and success, (VIII) 97; and suffering, (IX) 201; and superficial activity, (XV) 282; and the superficial life, (XVII) 167; and suppression, (XIII) 80; as suppressor, (XI) 96; and tension, (XII) 26; and time, (XIV ) 210; and transformation, (XV) 52-53; transformation of, (XVI) 47; and truth, (IX) 84-85; two types of, (XV) 53; understanding, (X) 12; understanding relationship, (V) 152; understanding the structure of, (XV) 196; and violence, (VI) 80; (X) 59-60, 80; (XVI) 28990; and virtue as sexual morality, (XIII) 14; as war machine, (IV) 20; and world change, (XVI) 54; and world conflict, (X) 43-44. 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See also Problems Sorrow, (l ) 102, 165; (III) 13, 14; (IV) 104-5; (VI) 41, 285, 287-89, 312-13; (VII) 261-62; (VIII) 95-96; (IX) 283-84; (X) 56-58; (XI) 283-88; (XII) 91-95, 207-12, 269-71, 273; (XIII) 82-85, 140-41, 143, 172-75, 307-14; (XV) 341-43; (XVI) 139-44; (XVII) 180-81, 185-86, 188; and the absence of love, (XVII) 180; and ambition, (XIII) 169; and authority, (IX) 169-70; (XII) 298; awakening of, (II) 149; and becoming, (VIII) 34; and belief, (IX) 98; (XVI) 254; cause of, (III) 96; causes of, (IV) 61-62; cessation of, (VIII) 335; collective and the individual, (XIV) 6; and comparison, (XVII) 214; through conflict, (IX) 2; and continuity, (VIII) 208-9; and contradiction, (XV) 311-12, 314; creating, (X) 57; and creative awareness, (III) 94; and death, (XIII) 202; defining, (VIII) 334; and depression, (III) 206-7; and desire for continuity, (XV) 237; and the desire for reincarnation, (XVII) 251-52; and the desire to become, (X) 266-68; desire to overcome, (III) 111-12; desire to transcend, (IV) 61; and discovery, (XII) 200-202; and division, (VI) 358-59; dying to, (XV) 181; and effort, (XVII) 232; elimination of, (XIII) 195; ending, (XVI) 38-39, 257; ending of, (XV) 219-20, 246; escape from, (II) 229; (IV) 204; (XII) 91, 93; (XIII) 51; and evolution, (XVI) 192; and the evolution of time, (XV) 118; facing, (VII) 262; and fact, (VIII) 334-35; (XIII) 31; and fear, (XII) 9293, 95; (XIII) 144; and the fear of death, (XV) 29; and fear of life and death, (XVI) 127; freedom from, (IX) 97-99; (X) 194; (XI) 46; (XV) 14, 320; and the free mind, (IX) 80; and fulfillment, (XI) 275-76; greatest, (XIV) 305-6, 308; as hindrance to love, (XIV) 61; and hope, (VII) 244-45; and ‘I’ process, (III) 14; as immediate, (XI) 77-78; inevitability of, (IX) 18; and insecurity, (XV) 3132; and the knowledge of the mind, (IX) 20; life without, (XV) 287; and listening with attention, (XVII) 120; and living totally, (X) 244; and loneliness, (XV) 32; as loss, (XIV) 306-7; through loss, (II) 96-97; meaning of, (II) 213-14; and the mediocre mind, (XIII) 93; and meditation, (XIII) 263, 266-67; mind free from, (XIII) 121; and modern man, (XII) 283-84; nature of, (XV) 78; need to understand, (XV) 221-22, 225-26; as the only problem, (XVII) 180-81; physical and psychological, (XII) 92-93, 95; and pleasure, (XV) 123, 293; (XVI) 37; and prayer, (IX) 18; problem of, (XVI) 55-58; as problem of life, (X) 124; and progress, (IX) 96; and pursuit of completeness, (VII) 5; and reaction, (XIII) 142; reason for, (VII) 89-90; resolution of, (XIV) 305-7, 309; and search for comfort, (III) 70-71; and search for purpose of life, (IV) 129-30; and seeking, (XVII) 89; and seeking and finding, (XV) 241; and selfknowledge, (XVII) 21; and self-pity, (XV) 176; and sensitivity, (XV) 7; and the significance of life, (IX) 93-94; and thought, (XVI) 147-48, 222; and time, (XIII) 25; (XIV) 305-9; (XV) 120-22; (XVI) 23-24, 26; types of, (XI) 285; (XIII) 252, 308; (XIV) 25, 26, 148; (XV) 78; (XVI) 141; understanding, (III) 94-95; (XI) 218-23; (XII) 29495, 298-99; (XIII) 254-55; (XIV) 21-22; (XV) 221-22, 225-26; and understanding, (II) 145; (VI) 258-59; and understanding the quiet mind, (XVII) 242; and understanding what is, (XVII) 88; as the unsolved human problem, (XIV) 227; and war, (XVII) 29; and the young, (VIII) 63-64. See also Conflict; Confusion; Death; Despair; Effort; Escape; Happiness; Joy; Loneliness; Pain; Selfpity; Suffering; Thought Sorrow, action, and effort: as interrelated, (XV) 34142. See also Sorrow Sorrow, death, and love: relationship between, (XIII) 256, 310. See also Death; Love; Sorrow Sorrow, death, and time, (XIV ) 100-106; as interrelated, (XIV) 147-54, 208-14. See also Sorrow Sorrow, fear, and love: relationship between, (XIII) 250-53. See also Fear; Love; Sorrow Sorrow, fear, will: as one, (XI) 283, 285 Sorrow, thought, and time: as interrelated, (XIV ) 2027. See also Sorrow Soul, (l) 114; (II) 152; (III) 59; (V) 67, 279-80; belief in, (X) 10; and conditioning, (XIII) 205; and death, (XV) 33; defining, (V) 198; and energy, (XII) 6566; existence of, (XVI) 63; and the fear of impermanence, (XV) 319; and the field of thought, (XIV) 105; and illusion, (III) 172-73; as illusion, (II) 165; and immortality, (II) 185-86; as the invention of thought, (XVII) 149; and mind, (XI) 326; and the permanent, (IX) 197; questioning the existence of, (XVII) 108; reality or illusion, (III) 62; and the search for permanence, (VIII) 87; (XVII) 113-14. See also Atma; Continuity; Death; Entity; Faith; God; Known; Reincarnation; Religion; Spiritual entity; Thinker Sound: importance of, (XV) 68. See also Listening

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See also Emptiness; Freedom; Mind; Time Space, freedom, and order: as interrelated, (XV) 206. See also Space Space travel: and communication through reference, (XV) 226; versus the inner journey, (XII) 277. See also Space; Technology Specialist(s): as authority, (X) 77; and creation, (XII) 35; dependence on, (V) 253, 255; domination by, (V) 64; and education, (XII) 37; and experiencing life, (V) 200-201; and the failure of religion and science, (XIV) 40; versus the individual, (XI) 61; and knowledge, (XII) 306; and leisure, (XIII) 46; and limited challenge, (XII) 75; and meditation, (XI) 196; and the part versus the whole, (VII) 16970; and problems, (XII) 9; and problem solving, (III) 2; and questioning, (XII) 285-86; and vested interests, (III) 245-46. See also Authority; Exp erts; Gurus; Leaders; Livelihood; Masters; Occupations; Professions; Science; Teachers; Technology Specialization, (IV) 66; (VIII) 153-55; and divisions, (XII) 270; as hindrance to awareness, (V) 253-55; as hindrance to understanding, (IV) 87-88; and the lazy brain, (XIV) 135; and self-destruction, (V) 128-29; and teaching, (XI) 79-80. See also Mechanical Specialized mind: and the inability to see the whole, (XVI) 237. See also Fragmentation; Mind Speculation: futility of, (VIII) 6-7; (XVI) 107; versus understanding, (VI) 265 Spiritual: achieving, (X) 49; and authority, (VIII) 4344; (XI) 180; conditions for, (XIII) 116-17; and divisions, (X) 123; entity and death, (IX) 17; meaning of, (VIII) 232; (IX) 218; and satisfaction, (XI) 244; and self-contradiction, (XI) 182; and worldly as one, (IX) 168. See also Religion Spiritual authority: defining, (X) 127; and disorder, (XVII) 247. See also Authority Spiritual entity, (IV) 170; (V) 119-20; belief in, (XVII) 236; defining, (VII) 49; and the ‘I’, (V) 331; and reincarnation, (III) 172-73; (VI) 120-21. See also Atma; Continuity; Death; Eternal; Reincarnation; Religion; Self; Soul Spiritual essence: as a product of thought, (XIV) 105 Spiritualism, (II) 145, 167, 217-18; and authority, (II) 134, 229-30; and consolation, (II) 229-30; as escape, (VIII) 135 Spirituality, (II) 37; and ambition, (III) 188; definition of, (II) 20; and fear, (II) 83-84; and harmony, (II) 37; and knowing love, (XVII) 217; and Masters, (II) 26, 31; and materialism, (XI) 140; and security, (II) 107; versus spiritual leadership, (IV) 85. See also Authority; Belief; Gurus; Masters; Religion Spiritual life: versus the material life, (V) 186-87; and relationship, (V) 270 Spontaneity, (III) 125-27; as action, (l) 38; and awareness, (X) 54; and change, (XIV) 57-58; and the conditioned mind, (IV) 106; and conditioning, (VI) 208; defining, (III) 31-32; and discovery, (XI) 129; and the hindrance of effort, (XV) 61; as an invention, (XVI) 267; and love, (XVII) 205-6; and moment to moment, (V) 318; and perception, (XIV) 122; and self-discovery, (VI) 212; and sensitivity, (V) 284; and transformation, (XI) 149; and understanding, (V) 296; and understanding the positive, (XV) 264. See also Joy; Truth Spontaneous action: as motiveless, (XIII) 332. See also Action Stalin: and the repetitive mind, (XV) 73 Standard of living: and starvation, (IX) 127. 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See also Acquisitiveness; Divisions; Food, clothing, shelter; Needs; Philanthropy; Poor; Poverty; Religion; Society; Technology; War; World problems State: attitude toward the individual, (V) 314; and authority, (VII) 64-67; as brutal, (VII) 68-69; fear of, (XVI) 104; as the individual, (III) 198-99; (IV) 92; and mass education, (VIII) 12; obligation to aged, (VII) 81; and organized force, (IV) 16; and organized religion, (IV) 16; as power of the few, (IV) 164; and problems of existence, (III) 181; as reflection of self, (III) 207; and self-knowledge, (V) 342; static versus the creative, (V) 196-97; and violence, (XV) 333, 337; worship of, (XIV) 213. See also Education; Exploitation; Government; Nation; Nationalism; Society; War; World problems State brutality: and sensate values, (IV) 23-24 State control: and education, (IV) 107-8 Statesman: role of, (II) 101. See also Politics State worship: versus true collective, (III) 162 Static center, (III) 104-5 Status: and class, (XII) 271; and function, (XI) 3; (XII) 34-37, 310; (XIII) 126; (XIV ) 247; and inequality, (VIII) 180; as psychological power, (VIII) 37; search for, (XVII) 122. See also Ambition; Fulfillment; Power; Society Steadiness: and the mind, (IX) 103-6 Steady mind: need for, (IX) 129 Stealing, (VIII) 86-87 Step: need for the first, (XVI) 300-301 Still mind, (III) 199, 201, 246-47; (V) 208-11, 214; (VI) 112, 147-48, 160-62, 275-76, 297-98; (VII) 21-22; (VIII) 110; (X) 4; and the absence of experience, (XIV ) 112; and the absence of inertia, (XVI) 30; achieving, (III) 247-48; (VI) 328, 33637, 352-53; (VIII) 293; (IX) 11, 65-66, 140; (X) 111-12, 199; (XVI) 29; and achieving love, (V) 148-49; as active, (VIII) 39; as alive, (XI) 132; awareness, (X) 221; awareness of, (XIII) 260; and challenge, (VI) 85; and change, (VIII) 178; through change, (X) 138; and comparison, (VIII) 231; versus the conditioned mind, (VIII) 149; without contradiction, (X) 221; versus the contradiction of sorrow, (XV) 341; and creation, (XI) 388; as creative, (XI) 211; and creativeness, (V) 170; (VI) 170; defining, (VIII) 53-54; and desire, (VI) 316; and discipline, (VIII) 55-56; and energy, (XV) 182; and the eternal, (VII) 332; and the experience of death, (VII) 262; and freedom, (X) 30; and freedom from belief, (X) 114; and freedom from envy, (X) 48; and freedom from the known, (XIII) 98; as the free mind, (IX) 36, 80; and God, (VIII) 116, 136; versus illusion, (VII) 271; and the immeasurable, (XIII) 92; and learning, (XIV) 88; and listening, (VIII) 213; and love, (VI) 133; (VIII) 27; versus the mediocre, (VIII) 52; and meditation, (VI) 367; (IX) 18, 214; and the nameless, (XII) 200; and the need for energy, (IX) 133; and negation, (XVI) 115; and perception of the whole, (V) 89; and permanence, (VII) 329-30; and problems, (VIII) 11; and problem solving, (VI) 334; and radical revolution, (VIII) 156; and reality, (IV) 175, 210-11; and resolution of fear, (VII) 325-26; versus selfhypnosis, (VI) 100-101; and self-knowledge, (VIII) 215-16; versus the sleeping mind, (V) 13738; and space, (XVI) 70-71; and stimulation, (VI) 234; and timelessness, (X) 17; and the true religion, (VII) 318-19; and understanding, (VIII) 225; and understanding conditioning, (IX) 165; and understanding fear, death, and love, (XV) 322; and the unknown, (IX) 248-49; and watchfulness, (VI) 61-62. See also Clear mind; Creation; Free mind; Happiness; Innocent mind; Meditation; Mind; New mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind; Quietness; Religious mind; Revolution; Selfknowledge; Serious mind; Silence; Silent mind; Tranquillity; Tranquil mind; Truth; Understanding Stillness, (IV) 143-44; and the absence of consciousness, (XVI) 70-71; and the absence of continuity, (XII) 252-53; achieving, (VII) 27, 5758; (IX) 170; achieving through craving or search, (IV) 125-26; and awareness, (IV) 74; (XIV) 15961; and the brain, (XIII) 97-98, 155; (XVI) 14748; and cessation of conflict, (VII) 281; and consciousness, (VIII) 210; and creativity, (VIII) 15; and discovery of the true, (XIV) 39; and energy, (XV) 278-79; existence of, (IX) 66; experiencing, (IV) 125-26; and the free mind, (VIII) 206; and the innocent mind, (XIII) 191-92; and love, (VIII) 317; and meditation, (VII) 233-34, 249; (VIII) 326; and the presence of love and beauty, (XVII) 242; and progress, (VII) 253; and reality, (VIII) 29-30; and respect, (VII) 231; and self-knowledge, (IV) 204; (IX) 216; state of, (XIV) 302; and time, (IX) 66; and timeless, (IV) 12-13; and truth, (IV) 172; and the whole, (III) 212. See also Distraction; Meditation; Mutation; Quiet mind; Self-knowledge; Silence; Still mind; Truth Stimulants: and the dull mind, (XV) 275, 277 Stimulation, (VI) 234-35; to achieve the meditative state, (XVII) 81; dependence on, (XVII) 121; and the dull mind, (IX) 253; (XVII) 41; and fear of dependence, (IV) 21; and feelings, (XI) 379-81; and the need for authority, (IX) 109; and psychological dependence, (XIV) 208; and relationship, (V) 229; search for, (XI) 382; and sex, (VI) 130. See also Experience; Inspiration; Meditation; Occupied mind; Sensate values; Sensation

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See also Conflict; Confusion; Effort Student(s): and compulsion, (VIII) 76-77; and the conflict between freedom and discipline, (VIII) 8991; and education, (VIII) 11-12, 124-25; education of, (XI) 2-3, 8-9; in a free atmosphere, (VIII) 12324; and freedom, (X) 193; the ideal, (VIII) 72; and the need for discussion, (VIII) 131; and the need to be nurtured, (VIII) 72-74; role of, (VII) 67-68; (VIII) 59-60; and the role of discipline, (VIII) 31. See also Children; Disciples; Education; Educator; Teachers Stupidities: creating, (II) 109, 111-12, 113-14. See also Intelligence Stupidity: and intelligence, (VIII) 139; and the ‘more’, (IX) 148 Stupid man: and transformation, (IX) 148. See also Religious man Stupid mind: as the callous mind, (XVII) 267. See also Dull mind; Mind; Petty mind Subconscious, (V) 120-21. See also Unconscious Subjugation: as the price for order, (XII) 187-88. See also Tyranny Sublimation: See Suppression Subliminal advertising: and influence, (XII) 15 Submission, (V) 302-4; and power, (V) 302. See also Domination; Suppression Substitution: and choice, (l) 193; and desire for gratification, (V) 329 Success: and ambition, (IV) 14-15; and authority, (XII) 234; and anxiety, (VIII) 76; and comparison, (XIV) 193; and competition, (VII) 303-4; and conflict, (X) 5-7; (XIII) 237, 284; and conformity, (VII) 292; and creation of fear, (VII) 303; and dependence of the individual, (IX) 275; desire for, (VI) 224; desire for, and inequality of, (VII) 73; as emptiness, (VIII) 126; and fear, (VIII) 71; as gain, (l) 147-48; and the greedy society, (VIII) 96-97; and the known, (VIII) 23; and the path of tradition, (VIII) 152; versus reality, (VIII) 26; results of search for, (X) 64; and the role of education, (VIII) 38; search for, (XIII) 227-28; and self-awareness, (VI) 163; and sense of pride, (VII) 99-100; and social recognition, (XII) 212-13; struggle for, (XIII) 125, 126; and suffering, (VIII) 116; and technique, (IX) 58; worship of, (III) 181-82; (VI) 163; (X) 116; (XIII) 74, 78; (XVII) 30. See also Acquisitiveness; Ambition; Becoming; Competition; Craving; Envy; Power; Society; Status Suffering, (l ) 2, 98, 120, 139-40; (II) 31-33, 64-65, 150-51; (IV) 175-76; (V) 157-58, 315-16; (VIII) 104-5; (XII) 175-77; acceptance of, (III) 112; (IV) 130-31; acceptance and nonacceptance, (XII) 93; and action, (II) 10; and affection, (XIII) 31-32; for another, (XIII) 312; and authority, (VII) 12; and awakening, (II) 58-59, 208; and awareness, (l) 12930; (IV) 134-35; (XVI) 230; and awareness of ‘I’, (III) 86-88; and belief, (VII) 130; causes of, (III) 2, 53; and comfort, (II) 160-61; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 148-49; and consciousness, (II) 58-59; (III) 63, 64-65; contentment, (II) 7; defining, (II) 96-97; (X) 8; and desire, (VIII) 305; and the desire for selfperpetuation, (IX) 143; and the desire to escape, (VII) 69, 107-8; and the desire to escape what is, (VII) 214-15; and detachment, (III) 109; dying to, (XII) 161; ending of, (XIV) 61; escape from, (l) 45; (II) 58-59, 140-41, 224, 231-232; (III) 71-72, 113, 114; (V) 169; (VIII) 184; (X) 35; (XV) 260, 320; and escape through God, (IV) 210-11; and experience, (II) 163; and fear, (XII) 92, 95; forms of, (III) 111-12; and freedom, (II) 141; and God, (II) 225; and healing, (II) 25; and hindrances, (II) 10; and the ‘I’ process, (III) 86; and the ideal, (II) 18, 224; indifference to, (V) 46; individual, (V) 168-69; of the individual and of mankind, (XV) 226; and individuality, (II) 196; and innocence, (XIII) 207; and intelligence, (II) 33; and invention of Gods, (IV) 175; and knowledge, (VII) 227; and learning, (XIV) 276; and loss, (l) 169-70; (III) 110; and the ‘me’, (VII) 30; methods of escape from, (III) 110; and the mind, (XII) 175-76; as noble, (IV) 190; and perfection, (l) 113; physical and psychological, (IX) 201; and prayer, (VII) 217-18; problems of, (X) 235; as problem of existence, (V) 73; and purification, (IX) 201; purpose of, (III) 1415; and purpose of life, (III) 30; and questioning, (II) 32-34; as a reaction from the center, (XII) 87; reason for, (VIII) 116; and rebellion, (II) 184; and rebirth, (X) 103; and relationship, (IV) 153; and remedy, (II) 32; and search for comfort, (l) 105; and search for saviors, (II) 224-25; and search for solution, (VI) 248; and self-imposed limitations, (III) 116-17; and self-knowledge, (XV) 176; solution to, (III) 182; two million years of, (XV) 341; types of, (VII) 56; (XII) 91; (XIII) 308-9; understanding, (II) 163-64; (III) 21-22; (IV) 13031; (V) 46; (VII) 56, 215-16; (XII) 90-95; and understanding, (l) 125, 163, 188; as a universal, (II) 203; (V) 84; and world problems, (II) 195. 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See also Conscious; Dull mind; Mechanical mind; Mind; Occupied mind; Petty mind; Quiet mind; Superficial Superficial occupation: ending of, (IX) 59 Superficial search: for God, (IX) 19-20 Superior: desire to be, (IV) 62-63 Superiority: and the artist, (V) 286; freedom from, (VII) 33; and inferiority, (VII) 313-14; and inward insufficiency, (IV) 63; and prejudice, (V) 340. See also Ambition; Divisions; Superiors Superiors: and feeling inferior, (VII) 128. See also Authority Superstition, (VII) 269; and belief in God, (XVII) 217; and the effect on the young, (VIII) 120-21. See also Religion Suppression: and concentration, (XI) 245-47; and conditioning, (XVII) 43-44; and conflict, (V) 171; and conformity, (X) 246; and contradiction, (XV) 314; and the creation of chaos, (VIII) 91; and desire, (XIII) 126; (XIV) 97-98; (XV) 17, 20, 22, 59-60, 312-13; of desire, (XVI) 36, 86-87; and discipline, (XV) 68-69; as discipline, (XIII) 79-80; and dishonesty, (XVII) 266; and domination, (VII) 110-11; and the dull heart, (XV) 17; and effort, (XV) 90; and energy, (XIII) 161; of energy, (XVI) 67; versus freedom, (XVI) 61; futility of, (XII) 148-49; and the insensitive mind, (X) 244; of pleasure, (XV) 71; (XVI) 35; process of, (XIII) 80; and the senses, (X) 236; and society, (XI) 96; and violence, (XVI) 288; (XVII) 257. See also Authority; Compulsion; Conflict; Conformity; Discipline; Imitation; Method; Power; Religion; Repetition; Resistance; Saints; Tyranny; Will Supreme self: as escape, (XIII) 151; futility of search for, (XIII) 89; as self-knowing, (XIII) 106. See also Atma Surrender: as hindrance, (VIII) 174 Survival: and the creative, (XI) 69 Suspension: of thought, (XI) 130-32 Swamis: See Authority Symbol(s): as barrier, (IX) 163; defining, (VII) 122; as destructive, (VII) 122; as distraction, (IV) 191; and fact, (XI) 297, 378; (XIV ) 52, 99, 195; freedom from, (VII) 269; (XIII) 198; as hindrance to the fact, (XVI) 59; importance of, (XIII) 296; as influence, (XII) 319-20, 322; living by, (XI) 385; and the mind, (XI) 279-80; (XIII) 7-8; and the movement of the mind, (XI) 332; as never real, (XVI) 241; as not the word, (XV) 240; and propaganda, (XIII) 7; versus the reality, (XVI) 103; (XVII) 71; and reasoning, (XI) 83; and religion, (XIII) 87; as sensation, (VII) 50; and sorrow, (XI) 284, 286; and words, (XI) 144; (XIV ) 222-23; and worship, (IX) 110; worship of, (XI) 203. See also Communication; Communion; Image; Naming; Nationalism; Propaganda; State; Verbalization; Words Symptoms: versus dealing with the cause, (XVI) 7-8; and problems, (XVI) 8 System(s), (II) 2; (IV) 178; (V) 84, 85; versus achieving the quiet mind, (IX) 21; versus action, (III) 52; as barrier to the free mind, (IX) 198-99; and belief in God, (XIV) 278; and change, (VIII) 177; (XI) 277; versus comprehension of totality, (XI) 162; and confusion, (IV) 140; and contradiction, (XIII) 307; creating, (II) 12; versus creativity, (VII) 202; defining, (VI) 223-24; and deprivation of physical necessities, (IV) 163-64; economic, (VII) 203; and education, (IV) 106-8; (V) 105; and effort, (XVII) 122; and the empty mind, (XIV) 216; enslavement to, (XI) 317; as escape, (II) 64; as exploiters, (II) 196; external and internal, (II) 147-49; failure of, (XVII) 195, 215; false, (II) 3; freedom from, (IX) 279-80; futility of, (II) 114, 173; futility of book knowledge, (IV) 94; as hindrance(s), (II) 3; (XI) 260; as hindrance to change, (XIII) 27; as hindrance to clarity, (XI) 201-3, 205; as hindrance to democracy, (VIII) 30; as hindrance to the free mind, (XI) 53; as hindrance to meditation, (IX) 18, 24; (XI) 198; (XV) 276; and hindrance to world problems, (IV) 88; as human creation, (III) 20; versus human needs, (IV) 84-85; and ideology, (IV) 154-55; and illusion, (III) 1-2; and the imprisoned mind, (IX) 279; and inequality, (IV) 128; left and right, (VI) 180; and liberation, (VIII) 7; and the limited mind, (XIII) 69; and meditation, (VI) 211-12, 327-28; and problems, (VIII) 7; as problem solver, (III) 13; and problem of starvation, (VII) 177; putting aside, (XIV) 261; search for, (XI) 140-41; seeking, (XVII) 196; and self-discovery, (III) 1-2; (VI) 344; slave to, (XI) 377; and specialists, (III) 2; and the stupid mind, (XI) 221; and tradition, (XI) 260; true, (II) 3; and the world divided, (VIII) 41-42; and world problems, (VI) 72; (VIII) 49; (XI) 345. 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Talent: as dangerous, (V) 286; and right understanding, (III) 236; and self-knowledge, (IV) 26. See also Artists Talking: and thinking, (XVI) 223 Tapas, (IX) 264 Taste: and the role of education, (VIII) 119 Teacher(s), (II) 79; (III) 167-68, 192-93; and the ability to think, (VIII) 58-59; as authority, (VII) 105; and change, (X) 193; and comparison, (VIII) 67-69; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 74, 75; contradictory role of, (II) 4-5; as destructive to the follower, (XVII) 19; and disciples, (VII) 180; and discipline, (VIII) 90-91; in education, (V) 105; (VII) 60-61, 62, 64; and follower(s), (III) 84; (VII) 20-21; (X) 18; and a free atmosphere, (VIII) 12324; function of, (VIII) 39; (XIV) 73, 276; as hindrance to discovery, (VII) 20-21; and laziness, (VIII) 71; and learning, (XI) 109; (XIV) 53-54; need for, (V) 192; need for educated, (VIII) 12425; as nurturers, (VIII) 72-74; and observation, (XIV) 70-71; and possibility for change, (III) 212; and the relationships to the child, (IX) 155-56; relationship to students, (VII) 136; responsibility of, (VIII) 131; role of, (IV) 200; (V) 200-201; (VII) 65, 67-68, 85, 158-59, 246; (VIII) 86-87, 130; search for, (V) 242-43; and search for truth, (III) 9; and standard, (V) 261-63; as stupid, (X) 198; and technique, (V) 309; and truth, (II) 145-46; (VI) 96; and understanding ambition, (VIII) 97; and the use of fear, (VIII) 61-62. See also Authority; Books; Children; Conformity; Education; Educators; Exploitation; Guru; Intelligence; Leader; Learning; Master; Priest; Savior; Society Teacher and disciple: absence of, (XI) 166; division between, (X) 231 Teachers and pupils: and learning, (XI) 206 Teaching: absence of, (IX) 238; defining, (XI) 5; and discipline, (X) 180-81; importance of, (XI) 10; and learning, (IX) 171-73; (XI) 79-80; versus learning, (XIV) 271; versus organized teaching, (V) 202; versus the teacher, (XI) 47. See also Authority; Teachers Technical capacity: and the educator, (XI) 3 Technical knowledge, (V) 232-23; (X) 9; and belief, (XIII) 6; and the creative mind, (XIII) 67; and education, (VII) 162-63; (IX) 225; and learning, (IX) 238; and livelihood, (XI) 381; as necessary, (XIII) 122, 123; need for, (XIII) 246; versus selfknowing, (XIII) 158. See also Experts; Professions; Science; Specialists; Technology Technical mind, (V) 23-24, 157; versus the creative mind, (VII) 283 Technical problems: and time, (XI) 270 Technical progress: and evolution, (IX) 29 Technical training: and education, (VII) 160 Technicians: versus the creative, (XI) 70; and human problems, (XI) 137-38; as slaves in society, (XI) 104. See also Technical knowledge

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See also Conditioning; Conformity; Identification; Religious organizations; Words Things: See Possessions Thinker: aspects of, (IV) 45; and attention, (XII) 269; and authority, (XII) 205; and change, (IX) 57; and concentration, (XII) 269; and conditioning, (VI) 145; and conflict, (XIV) 92-93; created by thought, (XIV) 242-43; (XV) 217, 219; and the creation of the image, (XVI) 46; as the creator of the center, (XI) 134, 137; defining, (XI) 142; (XIII) 263; (XV) 217-18, 224; as the electronic brain, (XVI) 272-73; and fear, (XV) 180-81; as an idea, (XV) 217-18; and meditation, (XIII) 264; need to understand, (IX) 66; as problem, (IV) 171; (XI) 332-33; and sorrow, (VI) 287; and space, (XVI) 190; and the still mind, (VI) 101-2. See also Center; Entity; ‘Me’; Mind; Observer; Observer and the observed; Self; Thinker and the thought; Thinking; Thought Thinker and the thought, (IV) 24-25; 27, 147-48, 171, 183; (V) 43-44; (VI) 70-71, 91-92, 131, 181-83, 245, 294, 305-6, 335, 345; (VII) 153-54; (X) 142; and awareness, (IX) 31; as central problem, (VII) 47-49; and change, (IX) 56; and concentration, (VII) 27; and conditioning, (VIII) 148-49; (IX) 145, 215-16; and conflict, (XI) 355-56; (XII) 19495, 240-41; (XIV) 36, 242-44; and the conflict of duality, (X) 41; (XIII) 176; and conformity, (XV) 215; and consciousness, (XVI) 58; and contradiction, (XIII) 43-44, 131; (XV) 11-12, 64, 179-81, 313-14; and control of, (V) 218-19; defining, (XIII) 135; and desire for permanence, (VII) 329; and division, (XII) 177-78; (XV) 66-67, 249; (XVII) 249-50; division between, (VII) 2122, 50; (IX) 232-33; (XI) 170-71; (XIII) 90-91, 263, 331; (XIV) 157-58; and duality, (XVI) 68-69; and the duality of time, (XII) 101-2; and the end of struggle, (XIII) 304; and fear, (VII) 193; (XIV) 92-93; (XV) 217-19; as hindrance to contact, (XVI) 111; and ideals, (V) 291-92; integration of, (VIII) 155-56; and labeling, (V) 313; and listening, (XVI) 161; and the ‘me’, (VIII) 209-10; and meditation, (IV) 127; (VII) 57; (VIII) 54-56, 19293; (X) 105; and naming, (XII) 44, 48; as one, (IV) 42-43, 80; (V) 5-7, 263; (VIII) 291-93; (X) 14-15, 67, 82-83, 114-15; (XI) 198; (XVI) 205, 273-74; and the quiet mind, (X) 85; and search, (V) 330-31; separation of, (IV) 14, 193-94; (XIII) 194; and time, (XVI) 24; and truth, (VIII) 344-45; understanding the unity of, (VII) 280; and violence, (X) 82-83. See also Experiencer and the experience; Mind; Observer and the observed; Self; Thinker; Thinking; Thought Thinking, (XI) 128-32; (XII) 1-2; (XV) 22-24; (XVI) 88-91; and the absence of the word, (XII) 126; and accumulation, (VI) 126-27; and awareness of the process, (X) 39; cessation of, (XVI) 134-35; as challenged response, (XI) 115-16; changing, (VII) 197; clearly, (IX) 219; and the collective, (IX) 126; collective and individual, (XII) 162-63; versus communion, (XV) 310; and conclusions, (X) 2324; versus conclusions, (XI) 64; without condemnation, (X) 228-29; conditioned, (IX) 100101, 260; as conditioned, (VII) 148-50; (VIII) 27476; and conditioning, (X) 40; (XI) 15-16; without conditioning, (VIII) 145; as conflict of opposites, (XI) 90; and conformity, (XII) 29; and consciousness, (XVII) 169; consciousness of, (X) 54; and contradiction, (XVI) 279-80; and the creation of the thinker, (XV) 217-18; defining, (VIII) 235-36; desire to control, (IX) 132; and dialogue, (XVI) 258; and the division into the thinker and the thought, (XIII) 306; and education, (VIII) 60; ending, (X) 179-80; ending of, (XI) 60; ending the process of, (X) 213-14; experiencing the process of, (X) 112-14; and fear, (XIV) 292-93; (XVII) 171; fragmentarily, (XIII) 298; versus freedom, (IX) 35; and the free mind, (IX) 141-42; as hindrance to freedom, (XV) 304, 306; impermanence of, (IX) 216; and influences of conditioning, (X) 198; and inquiry, (X) 139; inquiry into, (XVI) 217; and the interval between challenge and response, (XV) 23; and the known, (XI) 53; as the known, (IX) 261; as limited, (X) 113; (XI) 203, 340; (XII) 124; mechanical, (XIII) 77; as mechanical, (XII) 214; (XVII) 217; as a mechanical process, (XII) 126; (XIV) 243; and memory, (XI) 115-16; as memory response, (X) 219; nature of, (XII) 31; need for new, (XIII) 7374, 78; negative and positive, (X) 19; (XI) 89-94; and the observing mind, (XI) 352; and the occupied mind, (IX) 37; origin of, (XVI) 133-36; and pleasure, (XV) 141; (XVI) 36-37, 286-88; (XVII) 66-67; process of, (VII) 154, 231-33; (IX) 68, 11112, 189-92; (X) 19, 50, 143, 214, 220, 238, 249-50, 260; (XI) 87, 89, 184, 187, 366-67, 389-91; (XII) 2-3, 121-22, 123-24, 250, 303-5; (XIII) 102-4; (XIV) 22-23, 35; (XV) 22-23; (XVI) 189, 288; as process of verbalization, (IX) 154; as product of tradition, (X) 50; as a reaction between challenge and response, (XII) 250; and response, (XII) 283;

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See also Mind; Thinker; Thinker and the thought; Thought Thinking and feeling: as one, (XII) 151 Thought, (l) 143-44, 152-53; (III) 189, 191-92, 193; (VII) 222; (XI) 128-32; ability to end, (XV) 263; and the absence of answers, (XVII) 136; achieving truth, (l) 153-54; and action, (V) 43-44, 74, 207; (VI) 313; (XII) 21; (XIII) 315, 328; analyzing, (VI) 226-27; and the atma, (XIV) 158; (XV) 66-67; attempt to control, (XIV ) 36; attempt to escape from, (XVI) 201-2; awakening, (II) 103-4; and awareness, (IV) 94; (IX) 31, 60-61, 114; awareness of, (III) 239-40; and awareness of the process, (VIII) 255; and background, (XVI) 204; basis of, (III) 165; as breeder of fear, (XII) 220-21; as breeder of sorrow, (XIV ) 103; and the breeding of fear, (XVI) 107-8; as cause of fear, (XII) 259; and the center, (XIII) 43-44; cessation of, (IV) 153-54; (IX) 265; (XIII) 48; and change, (VII) 15; (XI) 310-11; coming to an end, (X) 84-85; and comparison, (IV) 2; without condemnation, (XIII) 298, 300; as conditioned, (VII) 317; (IX) 216-18; (XI) 42-43, 59-60, 338; as conditioned by habit, (IX) 106-7; and conditioning, (VIII) 111-12, 14749; (IX) 11; (X) 104; (XIV) 107, 110; (XVII) 139; and conflict, (XVI) 75-76, 93-94, 133; as conformity, (VI) 299-302; and confusion, (XVI) 279; conscious and unconscious, (III) 170; and consciousness, (IV) 166; (VII) 196; (XIII) 285; (XVI) 10, 58; and continual experience, (II) 103-4; and continuity, (IV) 162; (V) 68-69; (VII) 331-32; (X) 10; (XIII) 146-47, 318-19; (XIV) 102, 105, 184, 190, 222; (XVII) 171-72; as continuity, (XI) 366-67; and the continuity of desire, (XV) 18, 22, 223-24; control of, (V) 218-220, 261-63; (VIII) 80; (XIV) 110, 157-58; and the creation of the center, (XII) 241; (XV) 314-15; and the creation of conflict, (XVI) 217; and the creation of confusion, (XVI) 163; and the creation of divisions, (XVI) 163; and the creation of fear, (XV) 160; (XVII) 112, 114, 143; and the creation of permanency, (XVII) 114; as creation of tomorrow, (XV) 24-25; as creator of fear, (XV) 30; as creator of the ideal, (VII) 280; as the creator of pleasure, (XVII) 122; as creator of problems, (IV) 207; as creator of the thinker, (XVI) 46; as the creator of time, (XII) 221; defining, (III) 105; (V) 8, 233; (VI) 60-61; (XI) 128; (XVI) 55; and the demand for security, (XIII) 306; and desire, (XIV) 180, 183, 224; (XV) 60, 105-6, 108, 174, 313, 315; (XVI) 36, 37, 61-62, 88-89, 91, 146-47, 216-17; (XVII) 147-48, 184-85, 213, 239; and deterioration, (XV) 237-38; and discernment, (III) 6, 179-80; and discipline, (III) 247; and disorder, (XVII) 173; divisions of, (III) 165; as divisive, (VI) 313; and duality, (IV) 6; dying to, (XVI) 155-56; and effort, (l) 84-86; ending, (XIII) 103, 105, 172; (XVI) 58-59, 222; (XVII) 163-64; and ending of, (VII) 2-3; (VIII) 190; (IX) 24; (XII) 138; (XIV) 26; as endless, (X) 84; and energy, (XII) 64; as the entity, (XVI) 272; and experience, (XI) 268; and experience of ‘me’, (V) 124; and facing the fact, (XIV ) 26; and fact, (XIV) 195; and false and right, (II) 144; and fear, (VII) 314-15; (XII) 47-48, 60, 62, 303-4; (XIII) 103, 105; (XIV) 292-93; (XV) 30, 217-19; (XVI) 175, 281; (XVII) 72, 162-64, 226, 276; fear of, (II) 207-8; and fear of death, (XVII) 282; and feelings, (XVI) 279; field of, (X) 142; and the field of the known, (XII) 260; and fragmentation, (XVI) 280, 287-88, 294-95; and the fragmentation of time, (XVI) 238; versus freedom, (XI) 170; freedom from, (IX) 71-73; function of, (V) 236-37; (XIII) 286-88; (XVII) 111-12, 114, 164, 179; and function of in daily life, (XVII) 234-35; and the hereafter, (XVI) 106; as hindrance to contact, (XVI) 183; as hindrance to freedom, (XIII) 23738; as hindrance to inquiry, (XIII) 69; as hindrance to looking, (XVII) 259; as hindrance to love, (VI) 197-98; as hindrance to mutation, (XIV) 189, 191; as hindrance to observation, (XVII) 219; as hindrance to perception, (XIII) 25; as hindrance to revolution, (XVI) 220; (XVII) 111; as hindrance to seeing, (XVI) 191; and the ‘I’ as separate, (VII) 255-56; and the idea of the soul, (XVII) 149; and immortality, (XVII) 172; inherited, (III) 173; inquiry into, (XII) 311-12; and the insensitive mind, (XVII) 269; interference of, (XV) 106; intervals between, (VI) 60-62, 110; and intervals of time, (XI) 115; and isolation, (VI) 281; and the known, (IV) 79; as the known, (XIII) 289, 291; limitations, of, (XII) 305, 311-12; as limited, (XI) 46, 375; (XII) 227; (XIII) 237; and limited action, (III) 172, 173; and limited energy, (XII) 66-67; as limiting, (XVII) 172; living without, (XIII) 23334; looking without, (XIII) 108-9; (XV) 143; (XVI) 110-11; and love, (IV) 209; (XVI) 75-76, 189; machinery of, (XVI) 46; as matter, (XVII) 135, 136, 144; as mechanical, (XI) 170; (XII) 63; as a mechanical process, (XVI) 37; as a mechanism of thinking, (XII) 2-3; and meditation, (IV) 127; (V) 166, 209; and memory, (XIII) 43-44, 90-91; (XVII) 106; as memory, (VII) 155; and memory as hindrance, (VII) 203; as movement, (II) 43; and

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See also Brain; Certainty; Consciousness; ‘I’; ‘Me’; Mind; Self; Thinking; Thought-feeling; Truth Thought and the thinker: See Thinker and the thought Thought control: government, (X) 163-64; versus meditation, (XVII) 179. See also Conditioning Thought, desire, and feeling as one, (X) 264-66 Thought-feeling, (III) 205-6, 216, 223-24; (IV) 7; and awareness, (III) 210-11; (IV) 14; and conflict of identity, (III) 220; and craving, (III) 209-11; as destructive force, (III) 224; and escape, (IV) 29; hindrance(s) to, (III) 208; (IV) 7-8; and negative comprehension, (IV) 32; and past, present, and future, (IV) 41; perversion of, (IV) 26; and reality, (IV) 39-40; and self-discovery, (III) 230-31; and time, (IV) 13, 22. See also Mind; Mind-heart Thoughtful mind: and habit, (VIII) 78-80 Thoughtlessness: and conflict, (IV) 10; and the lazy mind, (XI) 182 Thought, time, and memory: understanding, (XVII) 122. See also Memory; Thought; Time Thought, time, and pleasure: and understanding fear, (XVII) 67. See also Pleasure; Thought; Time Thought, time, and sorrow: as interrelated, (XIV) 2027. See also Sorrow; Thinker; Thought; Time Thought, time, desire, and conformity: as interrelated, (XV) 18-19. See also Thought Time, (l) 24-26, 134-35; (II) 70-71; (V) 136-40; (XI) 189, 191-95, 265, 269-70, 363-68, 388-93; (XII) 95-103, 157-62, 217, 220-22, 314, 316-17; (XIII) 24-29; (XV) 24-26, 117-25, 125-32; (XVI) 20-26, 141-44, 188-93, 238-41; and the absence of creative disorder, (XII) 173; and achievement, (IX) 176-77; and achieving perfection, (VIII) 331-32; and achieving understanding, (XI) 131; and action, (XI) 110, 112; (XIII) 45; (XV) 115; (XVII) 140; and action and idea, (XIII) 45; (XV) 142; and aloneness, (XII) 272; and ambition, (IX) 275-76; and ambition and envy, (XII) 205; and amusements, (XIII) 147-48; and analysis, (XVII) 141; and attention, (XVII) 22; and authority, (XII) 237; (XIV) 19; and becoming, (VII) 198-99; and the beginning and the end, (XII) 206; and behavior, (XVII) 202-4; beyond, (IX) 69; versus beyond time, (IX) 157; and the brain, (XII) 226; breaking through instantly, (XVI) 58; and brotherhood, (VII) 102; as cause of fear, (XII) 259; and the center, (XV) 219; as the center, (VII) 296-97; cessation of, (XI) 382; (XIII) 270; and the challenge of life, (XI) 28; and change, (VII) 8-9; (VIII) 163; (X) 193-94, 232; (XI) 125-26, 128, 313-14; (XII) 199, 287, 290-91; (XIII) 24; (XIV) 13, 230; (XV) 158, 303-7; (XVI) 56-58; (XVII) 143-44; chronological and psychological, (V) 13940; (XIII) 145-46, 315; (VIII) 203-4; (XIV) 24, 93, 101; (XVII) 26; collapse of, (XV) 114-16; and the comparative mind, (VII) 208; and conditioning, (IX) 165; and consciousness, (VI) 266-67, 269; (VII) 283; (XIII) 291; (XVI) 54, 55, 58; (XVII) 116; and contact, (XIV) 279-80; contact with, (XV) 75; as continual, (III) 171; and continuity, (V) 221; (VI) 22; (VIII) 151; and contradiction, (XI) 239; and creation, (XII) 226, 313; and the creation of fear, (XII) 47; and death, (XII) 316; (XIV ) 254; (XV) 33; defining, (XI) 87; (XIII) 316; (XV) 24; (XVII) 26; and degeneration, (XIV) 200; and desire, (XVI) 87; and despair and hope, (XI) 140; and destruction of the social structure, (XIII) 170; and deterioration, (XV) 236; and the development of the brain, (XIII) 279; and disorder, (XV) 170, 182, 201, 338-39; (XVII) 176; and dissatisfaction,

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and freedom from fear, (XII) 62; (XIV) 291; and freedom from habit, (XIII) 239-40; and freedom from past, (V) 189-91; versus the free mind, (X) 127; function of, (XIII) 316-17; and goodness, (XIII) 151; and gradual change, (X) 117-18; and gradualism, (VIII) 339-40; and habit, (XI) 82, 172; (XIII) 141, 249; (XV) 135; (XVI) 97; as hindrance to action, (XIV) 255; as hindrance to the eternal, (XIV) 221-22; as hindrance to freedom, (XIII) 240; as hindrance to mutation, (XIV) 35, 188-89; as hindrance to seeing, (XII) 57-58; as hindrance to understanding, (IX) 17; and “how”, (IX) 174-75; (XV) 134; as the idea, (XV) 24-25; and the ideal, (IX) 25; and the ideal of nonviolence, (XVI) 179; and identification, (XV) 169-70; and immortality, (l) 99-100; versus the individual mind, (XI) 145; and inertia, (XVI) 27-28; and influence, (XII) 9697; and the innocent mind, (XIV) 202; inquiry into, (XVI) 141-42; and interval, (XV) 212, 214; (XVI) 268; as an invention of the mind, (XIV) 305; kinds of, (VIII) 331; and knowledge, (XI) 269-70, 362; and liberation, (l) 41-42; as limitation, (VII) 225; and love, (XIV) 308-9; and maturity, (XIII) 145, 245, 248; (XVI) 73; and the ‘me’, (XIII) 303-5; and the mechanical process, (XV) 109; and meditation, (VIII) 325-26; and memory, (II) 13; (V) 119, 136; (XVII) 163; and the mind, (V) 347; (VI) 165, 220, 286-89, 347-49, 359-60; (VII) 19, 126, 135, 276-77, 318-19; (VIII) 50, 189-90, 250, 269; (IX) 141-42, 190, 195, 222, 231; (X) 113, 142, 237, 258; (XI) 43, 115-16, 168-70, 200, 280, 304, 332; (XIII) 91-92; (XIV) 309; (XV) 255; (XVII) 36; and the movement of the mind, (XV) 134-35; and mutation, (XIII) 109; (XIV) 59; as necessary to truth, (IX) 168-69; as necessity, (XV) 305; need to understand, (XII) 62; and the new mind, (XIII) 53; (XIV) 5; and the now, (XV) 267; and observation, (XV) 46, 67; and the observer, (XVII) 211; and order, (XV) 175, 262; and order and disorder, (XV) 207; (XVI) 184; and the past, (XVI) 200; past, present, future, (IV) 94; (VI) 4042; and perception, (IX) 170, 172-73; and the petty mind, (XI) 95; physical and psychological, (XV) 117; and pleasure, (XVII) 67; and postponement of the ideal, (IX) 199-200; and present stillness, (IV) 12; prisoner of, (IV) 22; and problems, (XIV ) 3045, 308; (XV) 114-15, 211-12; process of, (XVI) 205-6; and the process of change, (VIII) 23-24; and the process of the mind, (VII) 238-39; and the process of thinking, (XIV) 292-93; and the process of thought, (XIV) 22-23; (XV) 18; and process of understanding, (V) 359-61; and progress, (IV) 42; (IX) 98; (XII) 51; as a psychological continuity, (XIV) 222; and psychological fear, (XIV) 93; and psychological mutation, (XV) 133; and reality, (V) 94; rejection of, (XV) 137; and the religious man, (XI) 49-51; and the religious mind, (XII) 226, 272, 324; and renewal, (XVI) 242; and the resolution of problems, (XIV) 23, 253; and revolution, (XII) 56; (XIV) 126; revolution of, (X) 170; and the role of religion, (X) 118; and search, (VIII) 241-42; and seeing, (XIV) 306; and seeing the fact, (XIII) 17778; and seeing the whole, (XVI) 238, 240; and seeking experience, (XIV ) 110; and the self, (VI) 321-23; and self-deception, (VI) 323; and selfknowing, (XV) 183; and self-understanding, (XIV ) 155; and solution to questions, (XVI) 233-34; and sorrow, (XI) 221-22; (XII) 209; (XIII) 308; (XIV) 305-9; (XVI) 141-42; and the soul, (XV) 319; and space, (XVII) 75; versus space, (XIII) 158; and spiritual entity, (VI) 209-11; (VII) 21; and the still mind, (VIII) 343; and the structure of the conscious and unconscious, (XIV) 62; and the structure of thought, (XVII) 269; and the struggle to become, (X) 87-88; and thinking, (X) 250-51; and thought, (V) 237; (XI) 86; (XIII) 102-3, 134, 137, 171, 185; (XVI) 55, 62, 63, 142; (XVII) 163, 169; as thought, (XII) 38, 62, 303-4; and the timeless, (VIII) 241-42; versus the timeless, (VII) 9; and timelessness, (l) 80-82; and the totality of the mind, (XIII) 241; and transformation, (IV) 207; (V) 50-51, 52; (XI) 152; versus transformation, (X) 102; and truth, (IX) 165; types of, (VII) 238; (XII) 98-99; (XIV) 149; and the unconscious, (XIV) 63; understanding, (XI) 49-51, 75-78, 248-49; (XIII) 102-3; and understanding, (XII) 272; and understanding conflict and security, (XIV ) 134; and understanding fear, (XV) 158; and understanding living, (XVI) 188-89; understanding the process of, (XVII) 67; and verbalization, (XII) 86; and violence, (XII) 201; and virtue, (V) 31-32; (XI) 265; (XIV) 89; and will, (XVII) 103-5; as yesterday, today, and tomorrow, (IX) 126; (XI) 110; (XIII) 25. 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See also Interval; Time Time lag: See Interval Timeless: versus accumulation, (VIII) 333; and affection and integrity, (XIII) 25-26; as basic, (X) 232-34; and change, (VIII) 163-64; and creation, (XI) 382; (XV) 47; and the creative, (X) 10; discovery of, (XI) 105; and effortless awareness, (VII) 325; and ending, (XI) 50; and the ending of thought, (XII) 305; and freedom from fear, (X) 209-10; historic search for, (XVI) 250; and knowing, (XI) 269-70; and life, (XI) 317; versus memory, (VII) 49; mind, (XII) 84; and the mind, (VII) 210, 238-40, 276-78, 302; (IX) 126-27; movement of, (XIII) 98-99; and the new, (XVI) 123; and the past, (XII) 137; and perception, (XI) 222; and problems, (IX) 35; and the quiet mind, (VIII) 329; and reincarnation, (IV) 189; and the religious spirit, (XIV) 46; and right thinking, (III) 208-9; search for, (XI) 76, 169; versus selffulfillment, (IX) 85; and self-knowledge, (VIII) 56, 344; and the sensitive mind, (XIII) 55; and silence, (XII) 267; and the silent mind, (VIII) 170; and the slavish mind, (XI) 258; and the spiritual, (IX) 218; and the state of creation, (XIII) 105; and the state of understanding, (XIV) 84; versus time, (IX) 50; and transformation, (VIII) 178; and truth, (VII) 115; and the unoccupied mind, (VII) 249. See also Eternal; God; Immeasurable; Life; Meditation; Mutation; New; Peace; Quiet mind; Reality; Time; Timelessness; Truth; Unknown Timelessness, (XII) 95-103; and the absence of beginning and end, (XII) 97; and the absence of resistance, (XVI) 26; defining, (XII) 58; and freedom from accumulation, (IX) 288; and the industrial society, (IX) 277-78; and love, (V) 148; and meditation, (V) 165; quality of, (XIII) 26; and revolution, (XII) 159; and space and time, (XII) 162. See also God; Reality; Timeless; Truth; Unknown Time, sorrow, and death: as interrelated, (XV) 74-80. See also Death; Sorrow; Time Time -space interval: and looking, (XVII) 141, 142, 144. See also Interval; Space; Time Time, thought, and sorrow: as interrelated, (XIV) 2027. See also Sorrow; Thought; Time Today: See Present; Time Tolerance, (II) 21; (III) 92-94; (V) 339; and conflict, (III) 66; as divisive, (II) 18-19; as limitation, (l) 71-72; and prejudice, (V) 340; and religion, (l) 148-49; and sects, (II) 18-19. See also Brotherhood; Divisions Tomorrow: absence of psychological, (XIV) 273; (XVI) 12; and the creation of fear, (XVII) 143; freedom from, (XVI) 22; as the ideal, (XI) 192; as invention, (XV) 24-25; living without, (XV) 109; as nonexistent, (XIV) 305; and psychological time, (XV) 108-10; and time, (XIV) 151; (XVI) 21-22. See also Future; New; Past; Time Torture: and the search for God, (XIV) 141-43 Tortured mind: and seeking, (XVII) 153. See also Dull mind; Mind Total: harmonious perception of, (XVII) 137; looking at, (XVII) 267; versus the particular, (XV) 186-90. See also Division; Fragmentation; Totality; Whole Total action, (XI) 160-65, 223-28; (XIV) 280; achieving, (XI) 239-40, 372; (XVII) 104; as action without reaction, (XII) 128; and complete mutation, (XII) 288; and the field of existence, (XI) 161; versus fragmentation, (XVII) 119; and the free mind, (X) 210-11; and giving the heart, (XV) 6; and listening, (XV) 235; meaning of, (XV) 63; as meditation, (XII) 204; and observation, (XIII) 299; (XIV ) 2; and partial action, (XI) 31819; and problems, (XIV) 304; and revolution, (XIII) 336; as total life, (XV) 345-46; understanding, (X) 174-76; (XII) 33, 40; and understanding, (XIV ) 81; and the whole of life, (XII) 204. See also Action; Total; Whole Total answer: versus the particular answer, (XIV) 264. See also Problems Total attention, (XVII) 45; and the cessation of ‘me’, 259; and continuity, (XIII) 183; defining, (XVI) 10; and discipline, (X) 257; and the ending of memory, (XVII) 148, 150; and the ending of problems, (XIII) 174; and ending sorrow, (XI) 288; and the ending of thought, (XIII) 172; and freedom, (XIII) 238; and freedom from fear, (XIII) 248; and listening, (XIII) 214; and pleasure, (XIII) 174; and reality, (X) 272; and seriousness, (XVI) 132. See also Attention; Awareness; Fragmentation; Meditation; Total; Total awareness Total awareness: and the absence of fear, (XII) 259; and freedom from conditioning, (XIII) 321, 322; and freedom from the past, (XIII) 241; importance of, (XIII) 260; and meditation, (XI) 393; and the serious mind, (XIII) 276; state of, (XII) 302. See also Awareness; Total attention Total change: See Change; Mutation; Religion; Revolution; Total revolution; Transformation; True religion Total commitment: and the unbalanced mind, (XII) 177. 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See also Authority; Tyranny; World problems Totality, (IX) 214-15, 217-18; and action, (IX) 262-63; as approach, (XI) 178; of approach to problems, (X) 4; as approach to seeing conflict, (XII) 195; awareness of, (X) 253; and the conscious mind, (XV) 188-89; and consciousness, (XVII) 145, 14951; as consciousness, (XI) 384; defining, (X) 129; versus the detail of thought, (X) 64; difficulty of, (XI) 160; experiencing, (XI) 33-34; versus the fragmentary, (X) 148-49; versus fragmentation, (XV) 163; (XVII) 1-2; and listening with clarity, (XVII) 64; and the mind, (XI) 279, 338, 383; of the mind, (XII) 120; of mind and body, (XI) 326; the need to understand, (X) 85-88; of observation, (XI) 287; and the particular, (XI) 106-7; perception of, (XV) 284; and pleasure, (XVI) 287; of problems, (X) 139-41; and the religious mind, (XII) 270; (XIII) 86, 89, 156; seeking pleasure in, (XVII) 6566; viewing, (XI) 63, 65; viewing problems, (XI) 132. See also Fragmentation; Total; Whole Totality of being: and awareness, (XII) 306 Totality of choice: and action, (XI) 221 Totality of consciousness: and fear, (XII) 251; understanding, (XII) 221 Totality of life: concern with, (XIII) 106; and the conscious mind, (XV) 188-89; versus fragmentation, (XIV ) 212; versus the fragmentary, (X) 148-49; and the hindrance of division, (IX) 253-54; and individual problems, (XV) 191; versus the limited mind, (XII) 309; need to understand, (XIV) 12; and the quiet brain, (XIII) 117; and resolving of problems, (XIV) 303-4; seeing, (XV) 189-90; (XVI) 240; and sensitivity, (IX) 273; and the totality of death, (XI) 391; understanding, (IX) 281-83; (XI) 152, 160; (XII) 109; (XIII) 158-59; (XVI) 2, 4-5; and understanding death, sorrow, and time, (XIV) 209. See also Divisions; Life; Total; Total awareness; Totality Totality of mind: conscious and unconscious, (X) 141, 143-44; (XI) 253; and fear, (XII) 60-62; and meditation, (XII) 203, 205 Totality of time: and the free mind, (XIII) 160. See also Time Total life: versus fragmentation, (XV) 107; versus tribal life, (XV) 67. See also Total Total mind: conscious and the unconscious, (IX) 22; versus the fragmented mind, (IX) 1; and the hindrance of ideas, (X) 111; and human beings, (XV) 219; and time, (XIII) 241. See also Divisions; Mind; Quiet mind; Time; Total Total mutation: and the absence of time, (XVII) 26869. See also Mutation; Total Total negation, (XVII) 20; and the end of seeking, (XVI) 115. See also Life; Negation; Total; Totality of life Total perception: and denial, (XIII) 26. See also Perception; Seeing Total response: and sensitivity, (XII) 325 Total revolution, (VIII) 161-65, 187-89; achieving, (XVII) 36; approach to, (XIII) 207; versus authority, (X) 205-6; and the awareness of the self, (XVII) 198-99; versus belief, (VIII) 255; (XIV) 77; and the cessation of the observer, (XVI) 203; without division, (IX) 71; as essential, (VIII) 4852; and the free mind, (X) 130; and the futility of social reform, (VIII) 319; and the immeasurable, (XIII) 216; and the immediate, (XVII) 104; and living without war, (XV) 296; meaning of, (XVI) 48; necessity for, (VIII) 48-49; (IX) 12-13; need for, (XVII) 99-102; and the need for energy, (XVII) 119-20; and the new, (VIII) 270; and a new society, (XVII) 196; and order, (XVII) 173; and the perception of truth, (XI) 294; possibility for achieving, (XVII) 110; and the process of selfunderstanding, (VIII) 142-44; as psychological, (VIII) 49; without reaction, (XIII) 233; and the religious mind, (XII) 175; and self-knowledge, (VIII) 297-99; as solution, (VIII) 145; and the unity of man, (XVI) 225. See also Change; Mutation; New; Radical revolution; Radical transformation; Reality; Reform; Religion; Religious revolution; Revolution; Total; Transformation; True revolution; Truth Total seeing: and the brain, (XII) 192; versus fragmentation, (XVII) 265, 267-68; and the quiet mind, (XVII) 277. See also Seeing; Total Total transformation: achieving, (XII) 256. See also Change; Revolution Total understanding: state of, (XII) 273 Total world: versus the fragmented world, (XII) 191 Tradition, (l) 187; (II) 9-10; acceptance of, (XVII) 129, 165; and ambition, (VII) 16; and authority, (VII) 66-67; (XVII) 280; and the bound mind, (VIII) 148; and change, (XV) 302; versus change, (VII) 2; (X) 69; and choice, (VIII) 109; and communication, (XIV) 283; and communication through language, (XVII) 222; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 73-75; and conformity, (II) 91-92; and contradiction, (X) 234; as copying, (VIII) 70-71; as dead, (XVII) 118; defining, (XV) 82; denial of, (XVII) 153; as destructive, (XI) 209; and the dull mind, (VIII) 79; and education, (VIII) 74; versus fact, (XII) 104; and the fear of death, (IX) 52; freedom from, (VIII) 28; (X) 109, 178; (XII) 17071; and the Gita, (XII) 293; and hierarchy, (VIII) 44; as hindrance to the free mind, (XV) 5-6; as hindrance to God, (X) 71; as hindrance to listening, (XI) 35; as hindrance to morality, (XVII) 217; as

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See also Accumulation; Belief; Conditioning; Conflict; Conformity; Copying; Discipline; Experience; Habit; Idea(s); Ideology; Images; Imitation; Knowledge; Known; Livelihood; Memory; Method; Past; Patterns; Systems Traditional mind: as hindrance to the new, (XVII) 134. See also Mind; Tradition Traditional religion: abandoning of, (XIV ) 161. See also Religion; Tradition Training: versus the free mind, (X) 18; futility of, (XIII) 190; as hindrance, (X) 19-20. See also Discipline; Method Tranquility, (V) 4; and absence of fear, (V) 69; achieving, (IV) 13; (VI) 148; and awareness, (IV) 114-15, 182; and discontent, (VIII) 18; and disturbance, (VIII) 128-30; versus the dull mind, (VIII) 51-52; effortless, (VII) 4; and the essence of beauty, (V) 35; versus ideas, (V) 347; and the measureless, (V) 299; and observation, (XIII) 1415; and self-awareness, (IV) 52; and thought, (VI) 191; and understanding, (VI) 162-63; (VIII) 38; and wisdom, (IV) 22; (VI) 72. See also Conflict; Quiet mind; Silence; Silent mind; Still mind; Stillness; Tranquil mind Tranquil mind: and freedom, (V) 83; and understanding, (V) 226-27. See also Quiet mind; Still mind Transcendental: and daily life, (XV) 54 Transformation, (V) 49-52, 220-22; (VI) 39-40; (VII) 6-10; (VIII) 5-6; and the ability to listen, (VII) 98; versus accumulation, (X) 157; achieving, (VIII) 37, 156; (X) 102; (XIII) 213; and achieving happiness, (IX) 15; achieving inner, (V) 362-65; attempts at, (XVII) 100; and attention, (V) 290; and cessation of seeking, (XI) 238; versus change, (IV) 206-7; and choice, (VII) 165; through comprehension, (XIV) 122-23; and comprehension of the whole, (XI) 147-52; conditions for, (XIII) 248; and conflict, (X) 117-18; versus continuity, (VIII) 245-46; and daily dying, (V) 319-20; desire for, (VII) 276; and direct contact, (XVII) 219; and discontent, (VII) 211-12; and education, (V) 17374; effortless, (XIII) 214; and experience of the eternal, (VII) 14; and the experiencer and the experience as one, (X) 83; and facing the thought, (V) 131-32; and fact, (VIII) 304; and the failure of authority, (XVII) 61-62; and family, (V) 18; and freedom, (XV) 203; honesty and miracle of, (V) 134-35; without ideology, (VI) 186; and the individual, (IV) 205-6; (V) 11-12, 49, 154-56, 342; of the individual, (IX) 226-27; and individual responsibility, (V) 157; inner and outer, (V) 9-13, 33; and listening, (IX) 237; and listening with attention, (IX) 200-201; and meditation, (V) 270; and the mind, (VII) 6; (XIV) 191; versus modification, (VII) 203; and naming, (V) 274-75; necessity for, (IV) 23; need for immediate, (XII) 51; need for multilevel, (V) 40; and passive awareness, (V) 266; as personal action, (X) 253; possibility of, (XVII) 196; and the religious man, (XV) 50, 90; and revolution, (XIV) 126; and right livelihood, (IV) 141; versus routine interests, (XIII) 276; and the self, (X) 241; through selfknowledge, (IX) 28-29; and sensory values, (IV) 149, 151, 156, 157; and seriousness, (XIII) 276; and society, (XVI) 47; of society, through the individual, (X) 129-30; and the state of aloneness, (VII) 220; and stillness, (IV) 179; and suffering, (V) 316; and true revolution, (V) 197; (VII) 213; of the unconscious, (VII) 281; and understanding, (VIII) 216; through understanding, (V) 19, 143, 330-32; and understanding the mind, (VII) 275-77; and understanding patterns, (VII) 278; and what is, (VIII) 24; (XV) 305-6; of world, through individual intention, (V) 30-31. See also Change; God; Mutation; New; Quiet mind; Reality; Reform; Reformation; Religion; Revolution; Selfknowledge; Total revolution; True religion; Truth Transiency: to permanency, (XI) 117 Translating: and conditioned thinking, (XVII) 221; versus listening, (XVII) 101. See also Language; Words Translation: as hindrance to understanding, (XIV) 274. See also Communication Tribal instincts: and divisions, (XVII) 104; and memory, (XVII) 106. See also Society Tribal life: as hindrance to the total, (XV) 67 Trivial: as root of understanding, (III) 233-34 Triviality: defining, (VIII) 124; and the mind, (VII) 32-33 True: attempting to find, (IX) 165-66; and the cessation of influence, (X) 104; and the cessation of thought, (X) 113; versus the conflicted mind,

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See also Action True and false: and belief, (XIV) 267; and conformity, (XI) 230; desire to discover, (XV) 63; and discontent, (XIV ) 265; and the empty mind, (XIV) 300; and experience, (XV) 3; and freedom , (XIV) 169; inquiry into, (XIII) 181; and listening, (XII) 143-44; and the need to listen, (XVII) 248; and negative thinking, (XIII) 257. See also True; Truth True freedom: meaning of, (VII) 160-62. See also Freedom True fulfillment: See Fulfillment True intelligence, (II) 44; achieving, (IV) 65. See also Intelligence True meditation: See Concentration; Meditation True religion, (V) 197, 263-65; (VII) 316-19; (VIII) 135-36; and the absence f fear, (XVII) 164; and change, (VII) 322; versus the collective, (IX) 13; defining, (VII) 255; meaning of, (X) 79; need for, (X) 63; versus society, (X) 224-25. See also Change; Religion; Religious man; Religious revolution; Revolution; True True revolution, (V) 197; (XI) 70-71; defining, (VIII) 167-70; and religion without security, (X) 79; and the role of education, (VIII) 58-59; and selfknowledge, (XI) 89; and the universities, (VIII) 154. See also Change; Radical revolution; Radical transformation; Religious revolution; Revolution; Total revolution True search: and false divisions, (III) 3 True seeker: and capacity, (IX) 49 Trust: as nonexistent, (XIII) 120 Truth, (l) 1-3; (II) 4-5, 11-12, 156, 197; (III) 24; (IV) 159; (V) 281-83, 320-22; (VI) 38, 133-35, 264; (VII) 156; (XV) 240-41; and the absence of authority, (XIV) 12, 81; (XV) 173; and the absence of conflict, (VII) 292; (XIV) 57; and the absence of fear, (VII) 147; as absolute, (VIII) 185; and acceptance, (II) 51-52; without accumulation, (VII) 265; achieving, (II) 4-5, 215; (III) 23; (IV) 33, 59; (V) 351-52; (VI) 47, 70; (VII) 141-42; (VIII) 164, 216, 274; (IX) 85; (X) 165-67; (XI) 2021, 99, 189; (XV) 55; and action, (l) 45; as alive, (XIII) 15; and aloneness, (V) 324; (XVII) 227; and ambition, (VI) 339; and anonymity, (XI) 373; as anonymous, (VIII) 126; approach to, (X) 170-73; attempt to achieve, (X) 240-43; and attention, (XI) 249; versus authority, (IX) 146-47; (X) 205-6; and the authority of experience, (VII) 301, 303; and the avoidance of knowing oneself, (VII) 136; as awareness, (II) 33-34; and the beginning of wisdom, (XI) 159; versus being right, (XVII) 126; versus belief, (II) 206; capitulation to, (V) 172; and choice, (VIII) 204; and Christianity, (II) 3; and the clergy, (II) 38; versus the collective, (X) 79; and complexity, (III) 112-13; and the conceptual and factual, (XI) 9; and the conditioned mind, (VII) 169, 175-76; (VIII) 219; and conditioning, (VI) 160; versus conditioning, (X) 2, 8; and conflict, (VIII) 207; (XII) 14; and conformity, (l) 23; and confusion, (VIII) 211-12; without conscious effort, (VII) 175; as constant movement, (V) 122-24; as constant renewal, (X) 131; and continuity, (V) 69; versus continuity, (VIII) 209, 309; (XIII) 325; contradictions of search, (l) 56-57; as creation, (XV) 94; and creativity, (l) 12; in daily activity, (XVII) 172; defining, (XIV) 21; and denial, (XIII) 129; and desire for security, (V) 24-30; desire to know, (XI) 222-23; desire to teach, (IV) 144-45; and destruction, (XIII) 113; and direct perception, (XI) 218; discerning, (III) 9, 230; and discipline, (XIII) 321; and discontent, (X) 32; discovering, (II) 14, 33-34; (VI) 85-86; (VIII) 254-56; (X) 23334; discovery of, (XII) 261-62; (XIII) 120; (XIV) 81-82, 83, 84; (XV) 3, 6; and discovery of, moment to moment, (XIV) 28; and the division between life and death, (XIII) 315; and divisions, (V) 84; and doctrine, (II) 189; as a dynamic, (VI) 5; as effortless, (VII) 176; through effortless comprehension, (VIII) 298; and effortless listening, (XIV) 165; and the elimination of contradiction, (XI) 22, 25; and the empty mind, (VIII) 243; and the ending of sorrow, (XI) 222; and energy, (VIII) 306; (X) 245; and experience, (V) 18-19, 206-8; and fact, (X) 30; (XIV) 25; as the fact, (XVII) 101; and the false, (V) 48; false teachings about, (III) 96-97; without fear, (VIII) 63; and the field of time, (XVI) 47; finding, (VIII) 249; versus fragmentation, (XI) 106-7; and freedom, (X) 27; (XIV) 145; through freedom, (VI) 91-92; and freedom from authority, (V) 218-19; and freedom from belief, (VI) 111; (VIII) 264, 294, 320; and freedom from ideals, (XI) 25; and freedom from the known, (X) 212; and freedom from limitations, (VIII) 299-300; and freedom from more, (VII) 209; and freedom from the past, (V) 94; and freedom from patterns, (VIII) 319; and freedom from society, (VIII) 302; and the free mind, (X) 12, 54, 123; (XI) 29; (XIII) 238; and fulfillment, (II) 225; (VII) 167; futility of search for, (IV) 188-89; (VI) 298-99; (VIII) 25-26; (X)

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as liberation, (IV) 84; as liberator, (IV) 96, 160; as life, (III) 122; and the limited self, (VIII) 312; and the limitless mind, (X) 20; as living, (VIII) 341; as living reality, (l) 44-45; as a living thing, (XIV) 18; (XV) 341; of material versus spiritual, (V) 186-87; meaning of, (l) 177; (V) 3536; and the mediocre mind, (VIII) 18; and meditation, (V) 210-11; (VI) 327; (XIII) 95, 324; and the mind, (VI) 318; (XI) 81; through mind and heart, (II) 115; and the mind that is alone, (IX) 3; and miracles, (IV) 206; mo ments of, (IV) 18-19; as moment to moment, (XI) 20, 76-77; from moment to moment, (VII) 210, 283; (VIII) 144, 185; (XII) 277; as movement, (l) 71; (XI) 185, 227; nearness of, (V) 193; the necessity to experience, (VII) 17980; and the need for freedom, (XV) 328; and the need for love and beauty, (XVII) 187; and the need for order, (XV) 171, 173; as new, (VII) 317, 319; and a new culture, (VIII) 292; as non-continuity, (VI) 307; as nonutilitarian, (XV) 332; and the occupied mind, (VII) 248-49; and open mind, (IV) 132-33; and organizations, (l) 185; versus organized religion, (X) 200-201; and passive awareness, (V) 9; and the past, (XI) 281; as pathless, (IV) 108-9, 151, 157; (V) 123-24; (VIII) 344; (IX) 142-43, 153, 197, 233-34; (X) 201; (XI) 167; perceived in a flash, (XIII) 158, 162; perception of, (X) 64; through personal experience, (l) 12; and personal gain, (IV) 72; as personal search, (VI) 114-15; versus the petty mind, (XIV) 259; and prayer, (XIV) 260; and prejudice, (II) 21; and the principle of pleasure, (XVII) 181; process of finding, (V) 25-26, 27-28, 30; through questioning, (II) 5; and the quiet mind, (VII) 196; and reality, (l) 4; realization of, (l) 7, 184; (IX) 230-31; and recognition, (VI) 362; and reincarnation, (V) 25-28, 29; and relationship, (V) 14; through relationship, (VII) 184-85, 245-46; and religion, (V) 37, 112; (VI) 31-32; (VII) 131; (X) 217-18; and religious illusions, (II) 161; and the religious mind, (XVII) 250; and repetition, (IV) 144; (V) 92; (VI) 24; versus repetition, (VIII) 47; and the righteous man, (IV) 190; search for, (l) 1-2, 3, 4, 56-57, 146-47; (II) 14-15, 53, 233-34; (III) 5; (IV) 49; (V) 203-5; (VI) 9-10, 17; (VIII) 328-29; (XIV) 7, 9; (XVI) 57; and the search for authority, (VIII) 241-42; and search for God, (IX) 180; and search for leaders, (V) 47-48, 192-93; and the searching mind, (VIII) 273; seeing, (XVII) 277; seeing instantly, (XIV) 279; and self-awareness, (VIII) 144; self-deceit, (l) 2; and self-discovery, (VIII) 214; self-discovery of, (XIV) 121-22, 124, 127, 143-44, 171-72; (XVII) 247; and selfknowledge, (l) 2; (IV) 58, 66; (V) 32; (XIV ) 78; and sentimentality, (X) 236; and the serious mind, (XV) 4; and silence, (VII) 155; (XV) 40; and society, (II) 187; versus society, (IX) 84-85; as solutions to problems , (IV) 69; and sorrow, (VIII) 334; through spontaneity, (III) 126; as state of being, (IV) 79; as a state of experiencing, (IV) 197; as a state of mind, (XI) 119-20; and state of uncertainty, (VI) 245; and the still mind, (VI) 7778, 176, 224, 328, 361; (VIII) 14-15, 52, 157, 266, 342; (XVII) 242; and substitution, (l) 191-92; subtlety of, (V) 214; and suffering, (l) 2, 106; and teachers and followers, (XVI) 52; and theosophy, (V) 203-5; and time, (l ) 4; (VIII) 250, 332-33; (XIV) 200; as timeless, (IV) 198; (XII) 86; (XIV) 118-19; and transformation, (V) 155, 221-22; (VI) 229; through unconditioned freedom, (III) 124; and the unconditioned mind, (XIII) 322; and the unconscious, (VII) 183; understanding, (III) 175; (IX) 238; and understanding, (l) 127; (VI) 16, 29798; (VII) 114-15; (XIV ) 82; and understanding the inner and outer, (XIV) 2; and understanding the movement of life, (XVI) 6; and understanding needs, (II) 49; and understanding observation, (XV) 38-39; and understanding relationships, (IV) 172; understanding the self, (XI) 300; as a unity, (l) 109; and the unity of time, (l) 104; as unknowable, (l) 71; as the unknown, (IX) 31; and value, (l) 106; and what is (V) 57; (XI) 289. See also Authority; Awareness; Creation; Eternal; Fact; God; Greed; Hindrance; Intelligence; Love; New; Prejudice; Quiet mind; Reality; Religion; Thought; Timeless; True; Unknown Truth, beauty, and goodness: as one, (X) 269 Turmoil: See Conflict; Confusion Tyranny: acceptance of inward, (XVII) 174; and action, (XII) 22; and authority, (IX) 225-26; and control, (X) 172; and despair, (XI) 334; and disorder, (XVII) 167; and example, (IX) 202; existence of, (IX) 186; and freedom, (XI) 116; and the ideal of the perfect state, (VII) 268-69; and the imitative mind, (XI) 104; and obedience to authority, (XIII) 9; and order and disorder, (XVII) 223-24, 246; and society, (IX) 194, 229-30; versus the spiritual life, (X) 205; spread of, (IX) 249; (XII) 22; versus truth, (VIII) 212; as the

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See also Innocent mind Uncertainty: and the accumulation of knowledge, (XIV) 170-71; and the creation of reality, (X) 5556; and creativity, (V) 160; and discovery, (VIII) 209; and fear, (VIII) 190; (XV) 27-28; fear of, (VI) 34-45; and freedom from conflict, (XII) 292; as the human state, (XIV) 132-34; living with, (XIII) 204; and mental illness, (XII) 239; and the mind, (VI) 357; as necessity, (VI) 188; (VIII) 303; need for, (XIII) 119, 227; and the non-static mind, (VII) 150; and violence, (XV) 300. See also Certainty; Conflict; Confusion; Discontent; Fear; Negation; Permanency; Security Unconditioned: defining, (III) 124 Unconditioned mind: achieving, (VIII) 146; (IX) 14445; and awareness, (IX) 137; and change, (X) 195; as fundamental issue, (IX) 2; as an idea, (XVII) 128, 129; and the past, (IX) 4; purpose of, (IX) 145; and the significance of life, (IX) 94; understanding, (XVII) 106-7. See also Conditioning; Individual; Mind; Quiet mind; Revolution Unconscious, (VI) 266-67, 269; (VII) 195-97, 281-83; and analysis, (VI) 364-66; and authority, (XIV ) 1920, 131; and awareness, (X) 253; (XIII) 322; awareness of, (XVII) 62-63; as below the surface, (XI) 339; and challenge, (X) 220; and change, (VII) 294, 295-97; (IX) 55-57; (XI) 162, 360; (XII) 254; (XIII) 215; and conditioning, (IX) 100101, 108; (X) 38-39; and conflict, (XIII) 16; (XIV ) 10, 11; and the conscious, (IX) 22; consciousness of, (XIII) 292-94; and contradiction, (XI) 33; and culture, (VIII) 14; (IX) 52; defining, (VII) 296; (IX) 56; (XIII) 7, 225-26; (XIV) 111, 140; (XV) 153; (XVI) 10; describing, (XII) 166-67; describing the function of, (X) 211-12; and the desire for security, (VIII) 82; and desire to dominate, (V) 302-4; and desire to understand, (XVI) 199; and discovering God, (VII) 253; and the divisions of consciousness, (XVII) 145-46; and dreams, (V) 141; (VIII) 330; (IX) 60-61, 123-24; (X) 120, 151-52; (XIII) 266; (XV) 121; and education, (XI) 10-12; and the empty mind, (XIII) 293; and escape, (XIV) 114; exploration of, (XVI) 198-200; fallacy of, (XVII) 165; as fashionable, (XVI) 226; and fear, (XIII) 137, 302; (XIV) 249; (XV) 318; (XVI) 210; and freedom from the past, (XIV) 190; and the free mind, (X) 3; function of, (X) 237; (XII) 41, 70, 96; (XIII) 37; (XV) 11; and habits, (XIII) 239-40, 243; as the human past, (VII) 171-72; and immediate understanding, (XIII) 292; and influence, (XI) 167-68; and influences on the mind, (XIV) 221; inquiry into, (XII) 218-20; and introspection, (VIII) 344-45; as the mass, (III) 125; and the ‘me’, (XI) 86; and the mind, (X) 55; and motives, (X) 39; need to know, (XIV) 62; and the negative approach, (XIII) 185; as the negative mind, (XI) 204; nonexistence of, (XVII) 3, 24, 59, 83-84, 85; and occupation, (IX) 58-59; and the past, (VIII) 215; (XIII) 68, 290; (XV) 218, 306, 336; (XVI) 188; and the positive approach, (XIII) 169; as a positive process, (XII) 126; and the power of thinking, (X) 141-43; and prayer, (IX) 235; and problem solving, (V) 81; process of, (VIII) 324; and the process of thinking, (XII) 12425; and propaganda, (V) 276; and renewal, (VII) 281, 283; response to, (XV) 153; and revolution, (VII) 183; (VIII) 155; (XIII) 206-7; role of, (XIII) 193-95; and self-knowledge, (VIII) 143; (X) 51; and self-understanding, (IX) 87; and the significance of words, (XI) 85; and silence, (XIV) 218; and the simple mind, (VIII) 122; and social conditioning, (XIII) 225-26; and sorrow, (XV) 221; and the still mind, (VIII) 225; as stored up memory, (XVI) 105; strength of, (XVI) 56; and suppression, (X) 146; and time, (XVI) 143; as the total of mankind, (VII) 276; and tradition, (XIII) 317; understanding, (VIII) 210; (XII) 111-13; (XIII) 167-69; (XIV) 63, 65; and the unknown, (X) 61; and work, (V) 53-54. 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clarity, (XI) 201-6; (XVI) 7-13; and the clear mind, (XIII) 101; collective, (IX) 125-28; commitment, (XI) 323-25, 328; communication, (XIV) 280-85; communion, (XIV) 280-85; without comparison, (VII) 208; (VIII) 159-60; (X) 34; and completeness, (VII) 5; concentration, (X) 160-61, 227-28; (XI) 119-20; without condemnation, (VI) 2-3; (X) 13; (XI) 254; (XVII) 225; condition for, (IV) 159-61; conditioning, (IX) 88; (X) 215; conditioning of the mind, (IX) 8; conduct, (XVII) 200-204; conflict, (IX) 66, 101; (X) 41; (XII) 12933, 153-57, 175-79, 193-98, 238-43; (XIII) 230-34, 282-86; (XIV) 7-13, 78-82, 124-26, 129-34; (XV) 341-46; and conflict, (II) 33, 49; (VI) 72-74; (XVI) 6-13, 80-82, 84-85, 91-92; conformity, (XV) 220; confusion, (VIII) 121; (XI) 51-52, 178-82; (XVI) 274-81; conscious mind, (X) 211-12; consciousness, (IX) 97-99; (X) 18; (XI) 229-31, 258-59, 263-64, 383-88; (XVI) 58-59; and the contented mind, (VIII) 53; and contentment, (VI) 186-87; (VII) 114; continuity, (XIII) 317-20; contradiction, (XI) 22-27, 336-40; (XV) 178-83, 249-53, 310-15; creativity, (VIII) 159; custom, (XI) 322-23, 325; death, (VIII) 138-39, 277-78; (IX) 16-17, 158; (XI) 135-38, 240-43, 363-68, 38889, 391-93; (XII) 157-58, 160-63, 217-19, 221-22, 258-63, 315-19; (XIII) 99-100, 102-5, 144, 146-49, 256-59, 315-20; (XIV) 31-33; (XV) 228-31; (XVI) 30-32; (XVII) 73-75, 112-14; death fear, (VI) 20911; death, love, and time, (XVII) 23-31; death, sorrow, and time, (XIV) 100-106, 147-54, 208-14; defining, (XII) 41; (XIII) 68, 244; (XIV) 152; (XV) 19-20, 335-36; denial, (XIII) 85-88, 90-92; dependence, (VIII) 114-15; (X) 92-93; (XVI) 11821; desire, (II) 28; (VI) 248-51; (VIII) 149-50, 303-5; (IX) 81-83; (X) 58, 221, 244-45; (XII) 14853; 243-47; (XIII) 124-26; (XIV ) 96-100; (XV) 15-19, 19-22, 165-66; (XVI) 35-39, 85-89; despair, (XIII) 218-22; detachment, (IX) 37-38; deterioration, (XV) 240; (XVII) 77-80; discipline, (X) 146-47, 246-49; (XIII) 79-82; (XIV) 144-46; without discipline, (VII) 147; discontent, (IX) 2079; (X) 183; disorder, (XVII) 173-79; dissatisfaction, (IX) 43-47; division between the thinker and the thought, (XIII) 305-6; and divisions, (II) 192; and doubt, (l) 164-65; dreams, (IX) 123-24; dying, (XVII) 235-37; earnestness, (XI) 73-74; education, (IX) 12; and education, (VI) 21-22; effect of the word, (XIV) 53; effort, (XI) 258-59, 261-63; (XVII) 230-34; emotion, (VIII) 136-37; emotionally and intellectually, (XIV) 73; emptiness, (VIII) 112-13; (IX) 23; (XV) 167-69; and the end of knowledge, (XII) 114; and the end of thought, (VI) 102; energy, (XI) 272-73, 276-78; (XII) 63-67; (XIII) 230-34; (XIV) 288-96; (XVII) 130, 230-32; enslaved mind, (XI) 253-58; the environment, (II) 56, 103; envy, (IX) 250-53; (X) 27-30, 264-65; escape, (X) 52-53; (XI) 285-88; (XVI) 262-66; escape from, (VI) 200; examination, (XVI) 32-38; experience, (XI) 265, 268-71; (XIII) 152-54, 219-22; (XVI) 180-83; and experience, (l) 116, 137; through experience, (II) 219; (IV) 11516; fact, (XII) 284-87; (XIII) 32-34, 36, 37-40; fear, (VII) 191, 193; (VIII) 107-8, 159; (IX) 9; (X) 37, 93-94, 132; (XI) 52, 116-18, 173-77, 240-42, 285-87, 346-51; (XII) 40-41, 43, 45-48, 58-62, 134-39, 139-42, 217-23, 248-52, 303-5; (XIII) 3336, 99-105; 131-32, 170-73, 302-5; (XIV) 88-94, 192-97, 248-51, 290-93; (XV) 27-33, 117-19, 12224, 158-63, 316-23; (XVI) 59-65, 103-12, 175-80, 210-13; (XVII) 73-75, 161-66, 225-27, 274-77, 281-82; feeling, (XI) 120-21; following, (VIII) 172-73; (IX) 148-52; formulas, (XIV) 141-47; fragmentation, (XVI) 237-41, 288-97; freedom, (IX) 143-44; (XI) 46-47, 214-18, 253-58, 376-79, 379-83; (XIII) 105-12, 237-40, 288-92; (XIV) 8288, 134-40, 296-302; (XV) 116-20, 123-24, 208; (XVI) 125-28; (XVII) 16-21, 223-27; and freedom, (II) 81, 96; (VIII) 127-28, 129; freedom from authority, (XII) 234-38; and freedom from conflict, (XII) 239; and freedom from fear, (VIII) 62; fulfillment, (IX) 46-47; futility of cultivating, (VII) 120-121; goodness, (XI) 322-23, 325; gradual and immediate, (XIII) 178; (XV) 169-70; habit(s), (IX) 106-7; (X) 133-35; (XIII) 239-40, 242-43; with the heart, (XV) 5-6; hidden mind, (XI) 11-12; and hindrance of comparison, (VII) 304; and the hindrance of conflict, (XII) 123; hindrances to, (IV) 74-75; as hindrance to disintegration, (XIV) 67; humility, (XI) 265-67, 270; and the ‘I’, (II) 30; ideals, (XI) 23-25; ideas, (XIV) 231-37; ideology, (XVII) 138-44; images, (XVII) 77, 79-82; imitation, (XVI) 13-19; as immediate, (XI) 248-49; (XIII) 144; (XIV ) 13, 273; and immediate perception, (XIV) 2, 215; importance of, (VII) 117; individual and the collective, (II) 209; individuality, (X) 176-77; individual, religion, and mutation, (XIV) 161-67; inertia, (XVI) 27-30; influence(s), (X) 116; (XI) 271-74; (XII) 236-37;

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meaning of, (VI) 285-89; (VII) 194-95; (XI) 336; (XIII) 66, 291; (XIV) 189; (XVI) 33; (XVII) 122-23, 167-68, 244, 265-66; meditation, (VIII) 192-94; (IX) 18, 73-75, 131-33, 213-14, 279-80; (X) 160-62, 227-29; (XI) 138-44, 195, 201, 244-47, 279-83, 388-89, 392-93; (XII) 41-46, 48; (XIII) 99, 149-56, 261-65, 265-67, 32025; (XIV) 33-39, 106-12, 154-61, 258-63, 298-302; (XV) 34-40, 81-88, 134-38, 174-76; (XVI) 29-32, 65-71, 144-48; (XVII) 78, 80-83; and meditation, (IV) 181-82; (VI) 60-62; (VIII) and memory, (l) 181; the mind, (VIII) 143-44, 146-49, 163-64, 24950; (X) 141-44, 237; (XI) 61, 63-68, 114-18, 16571, 279-83, 335-41; (XII) 107-15, 203-6, 263-69; and the mind, (IX) 211-12, 221-23; of mind and heart, (IV) 173; motive, (XI) 273-78; mutation, (XII) 284-87; mutation, religion, and the individual, (XIV) 161-67; need for, (IV) 143; need for authority, (IX) 8; need to seek, (X) 6-7; and negation, (XIII) 226; negative approach, (XV) 253-60, 260-66; negative thinking, (XI) 89-93; through the new, (IV) 50; the new mind, (XVI) 1419; and the new mind, (XIV) 17; as not permanent, (XIII) 259-60; now, (XV) 266-69, 273; observation, (XII) 43-46, 48; (XIV) 1-7; through observation, (VIII) 151-52; the observer and the observed, (XVI) 202-5, 268-74; the old and new, (VI) 46; oneness of living and dying, (X) 154-55; order, (XII) 189-92; (XV) 171-75; order and disorder, (XV) 116-20, 124-25, 295-301; (XVII) 223-24, 227-28, 245-51; pain, (II) 28; passion, (XIII) 250-52, 253-56; (XIV) 95-100; past, (X) 237; (XI) 50; patterns, (X) 11-12; peace, (IX) 1516; (XV) 220-26, 295-96; (XVI) 125-30, 130-35; as perception, (II) 15; and perfection, (l) 112-13; petty mind, (XI) 94-99; pleasure, (XV) 70-74, 14044, 164-69; (XVI) 35-39, 214-18, 282-88; (XVII) 10-13, 14-15, 64-70, 181-85, 188; positive approach, (XV) 253-60, 260-66; positive thinking, (XI) 89-94; power, (IX) 274-77; (XI) 274-77; prayer, (IX) 18; without preconception, (IX) 161; without prejudice, (VI) 312; and the present, (XI) 53; and pride, (XI) 30; privilege, (II) 29-30; problem(s), (VIII) 317; (IX) 36-37; (X) 110, 121, 124-25, 150, 173; (XI) 265-67, 270; (XII) 7-12; (XIII) 132-33; (XIV) 174-80, 180-87; (XV) 19197; (XVI) 207-10; (XVII) 31-38, 56, 93-99; process of, (X) 139; process of authority, (IX) 3; process of the mind, (IX) 136-38; (X) 220-21; process of problems, (IX) 9; process of self, (IX) 4; process of sorrow, (IX) 18; process of thought, (XIII) 134-37; psychological structure of society, (XIII) 165-70; quality of, (XVII) 4; and questioning, (XVI) 33, 65-71; and the quiet mind, (VI) 179; (VII) 293; and radical change, (XI) 322; reaction, (XII) 21-22, 24-29, 31, 36; and regeneration, (VI) 296; relationship(s), (III) 16061; (VIII) 336-38; (XVI) 33-35, 39, 43-47; relationship of sorrow, thought, and time, (XIV) 20-27; religion, (X) 186; (XI) 144-48, 289-94, 35763; (XIV) 263-69; religion, mutation, and the individual, (XIV) 161-67; religious freedom, (IX) 34; religious inquiry, (X) 223-24; religious life, (X) 207-8; (XIV) 263-69; religious mind, (XII) 22327, 319-20, 322-26; (XIII) 92, 156-60, 162-63; (XIV) 42-46, 112-19, 263-69; (XV) 40-48; versus remembering, (VII) 108-9, 117-18; renewal, (XVI) 242-45; and renewal, (II) 202; resistance, (XIII) 106-12; and the resolution of problems, (XIII) 133; response and challenge, (XII) 68-81; and result, (VI) 233-34; revolution, (XI) 358, 360-61, 383-87; righteousness, (X) 223-25; right thinking, (X) 22021; sanity, (XV) 171-72; search, (IX) 18-20, 17885; the search for, (II) 56-57; security, (XII) 13337; (XIII) 121-24; (XIV) 129-34; and seeing totally, (XVI) 5; seeking, (XI) 234-38; (XVI) 18083; (XVII) 86-90, 151-56; the self, (IV) 1-2; (VI) 92-93; (VII) 293-94; (VIII) 10; (IX) 17; (X) 33; (XI) 85-86; (XII) 109-10, 114; (XIV) 201; through self, (III) 9-10, 149; and self-contradiction, (XI) 261-65; and self-expansion, (IV) 59-60; selfimprovement, (IX) 40-42; self-knowledge, (III) 195-97, 198-200; (IX) 137-38; (XI) 19, 183-89; through self-knowledge, (IV) 142; (VI) 24, 46-47; self-pity, (XIII) 139-42, 143; seriousness, (XII) 183-85; (XVI) 131-34; and the silent mind, (VI) 157, 271; (VII) 142; (XVII) 58; and simplicity, (VI) 73-74; (VIII) 106; slavery, (XI) 330-35; social structure, (XIII) 119-24; sorrow, (IX) 96; (XI) 218-23, 283-88; (XII) 91-95, 207-12; (XIII) 82-85, 140-41, 143, 172-75, 307-14; (XV) 341-46; (XVI) 139-44; (XVII) 180-81, 185-86, 188,. 23742; sorrow, death, and time, (XIV) 100-106, 14754, 208-14; source of, (IV) 7-8; state of, (XII) 218; (XIII) 217-18; and the still mind, (VI) 160-61, 231; (VIII) 3-4; stillness, ( IX) 66; through stillness, (IV) 76; struggle, (XIII) 124-27; and struggle, (VII) 29, 31; suffering, (XII) 90-95, 17577; superficial mind, (XI) 11-12; thinking, (X) 238, 249-51; (XI) 32-34, 128-32; (XVI) 88-91, 133-36;

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See also Action; Awareness; Conflict; Craving; Desire; Freedom; God; Greed; Hindrance; Ignorance; ‘I’ process; Reality; Truth Unemployment, (II) 19 Unhappiness, (VI) 40; escape from, (VIII) 206; and frustration, (VIII) 195; knowing, (XII) 17. See also Happiness; Sorrow; Suffering Uniqueness: and circular movement, (III) 14; and creative power, (III) 2; and the individual, (II) 186-87; and individual energy, (III) 50 Unity: of action, (l) 82; of feeling and knowledge, (IV) 1; and group identification, (VII) 4; of time, (l) 4; and understanding disunity, (XV) 299. See also Divisions; Truth Unity of man: versus commitment, (XVI) 233; and gradualism, (XVI) 227; and the need for outward change, (XVI) 242; as the only political question, (XVI) 231. See also Unity of mankind Unity of mankind, (XVII) 30; as the only political problem, (XVII) 30, 53, 143. See also Divisions; Peace; Unity of man; World problems Universal: as false, (X) 80; and the particular, (XII) 10 Universal religions: and belief, (X) 217; as contradiction, (X) 245 Unknowable: achieving, (XII) 313; and belief, (IX) 113; effortless approach to, (XIII) 169. See also Known; Reality; Unknown Unknown: achieving, (XII) 273; and action, (VIII) 45; and awareness of the known, (IX) 160; and change, (X) 137; versus the conditioned, (X) 272; and conflict, (XV) 98-99; and creation, (XIV) 196-97; creation of, (XI) 200-201; and creation of fear, (VII) 315, 331; as creative, (VIII) 159; and death, (IX) 16, 158; (XI) 288-89, 365; (XII) 107, 260; (XIII) 105, 319; (XIV) 31-33; (XV) 128, 231; (XVII) 171, 172, 277; and death, love, and time, (XIV) 258; discovering, (IX) 245, 255; and drugs, (XI) 82; and effort, (IX) 248-249; and the empty mind, (VIII) 24-25; entering into, (IX) 53; and fear, (VI) 154, 164-65; (XVII) 235-36; fear of, (X) 97-98; (XI) 118, 193; (XII) 318-19; (XIII) 34-35, 104; (XIV) 152; (XV) 320; (XVI) 105, 155; fear of death, (VII) 240-41; (VIII) 308-9; (IX) 288; (XI) 241-42; freedom from, (XVI) 82; and freedom from the known, (XIII) 209-10; and freedom of the mind, (IX) 217-18, 232; futility of search for, (XI) 235; and God, (IX) 114, 228; as indescribable, (XII) 107; inquiry into, (IX) 190; (XI) 40; and knowledge, (XI) 192; and known, (XII) 160-61, 163; and the known, (XIII) 291; (XV) 129, 130; versus the known, (VIII) 181-84, 322; (X) 160; lacking the fear of, (XVI) 243; and learning, (XIV) 241; and love, (XV) 231; as love, (XIII) 149; and meditation, (XI) 283; and memory, (IX) 110-11, 113; and the mind, (VII) 309, 318-19; (XI) 281-82; and moment to moment, (IX) 238; movement of, (XIII) 98; mystery of, (VIII) 206; as pathless, (VII) 286-87; as reality, (VII) 279-80; of reality and death, (IV) 114; recognition of, (IX) 261; (XI) 246; as renewal of the mind, (VII) 282; and revolution, (XI) 71-72; search for, (VIII) 346-47; and self-knowledge, (X) 212; and the silent mind, (XIV) 112; and space, (XIII) 155-56; and space and time, (XII) 160-61; and the timeless, (XII) 324; as timeless, (XI) 368; and truth, (VIII) 215; understanding, (VIII) 257. See also Creation; Death; God; Immeasurable; Immortality; Known; New; Quiet mind; Reality; Religion; True religion; Truth; Unknown Unoccupied mind, (VII) 312-13; achieving, (IX) 28. See also Quiet mind Upanishads: See Authority; Background; Belief; Books; Conditioning; Conformity; Divisions; God; Knowledge; Propaganda; Religion; Religious mind; Visions; Words Urbanization: and the loss of nature, (XVII) 207. See also Cities; Space Urgency: and attention, (XVII) 52, 54; meaning of, (XVII) 54 Urges: social and antisocial, (IX) 101-2 Usefulness: and the free person, (XII) 211-12 Utopia, (II) 46; and concept, (XV) 315; and conformity, (X) 137-38; creation of, (XI) 178; desire for, (VIII) 135; destructiveness of, (XV) 228; failure of, (XIV) 117-18; and leaders, (VIII) 46-47; and revolution, (XVI) 256; and the total man, (VII) 255; and ‘what should be’, (VIII) 33. 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See also Acquisition; Acquisitiveness; Craving; Environment; Greed; Philanthropy; Security; Society; Truth Vanity: and humility, (XV) 200 Veda: See Authority; Belief; Conditioning; Divisions; Religion; Words Vegetarianism, (l) 141; (VI) 59-60; and freedom, (X) 22 “Verb”: and “acting”, (XI) 16; as the active present, (XIII) 296; and time, (XI) 364, 366; as total state, (XI) 296-97; and “the word”, (XI) 18 Verbal: beyond, (XI) 155; and communication, (XI) 101; and conformity, (XII) 28-29; versus direct experience, (XI) 184; versus seeing, (XV) 160; world as, (X) 141. See also Communication; Communion; Fact; Ideas; Symbols; Verbalization; Words Verbalization: and communication, (XIV) 284; as condemnation, (IX) 154; and emptiness, (VI) 31112; and envy, (IX) 94-95; escape through, (XV) 272; and fear, (XI) 174-75; and feelings, (XIII) 68; and God, (XIII) 208; as hindrance, (XI) 350-51; (XII) 44; and the importance of the word, (XIII) 295, 296; and listening, (XIII) 278; looking without, (XIV ) 241-42; and memory, (VII) 246; and the mind, (IX) 120; versus the new, (IX) 14142; and observation, (XV) 51; and perception, (VIII) 39; as process of condemnation, (X) 94; as a process of thinking, (XIII) 197-98; versus seeing, (XVII) 169; and silence, (XIII) 280; and thinking, (XII) 3-4; and thought, (XIII) 103. See also Communication; Communion; Conditioning; Loneliness; Naming; Word(s); Verbal Vested interest: and belief, (XI) 203-4; as hindrance to God, (VIII) 27-28; and ideals, (VIII) 33 Vice: and exploitation, (II) 214; freedom from, (II) 217 Victim: becomes victimizer, (IV) 3-4 Vietnam: and the absence of certainty, (XVII) 20; and despair, (XVI) 266; and relationship, (XVI) 44; and war, (XV) 236, 296; (XVII) 29. See also Violence; War; World problems Vindictiveness, (VIII) 82 Violence, (III) 140; (IX) 116-21, 241-42; (X) 80-83; (XIV) 293-94; (XV) 295-96, 299-301, 333-39; (XVI) 288-97; (XVII) 255-64; acceptance of, (XI) 26; attempt to escape from, (XIV) 47-48; attitude to, (III) 166-67; awareness of, (XI) 175, 176-77; (XIII) 19, 211; (XVII) 199; as begetter of violence, (III) 217-19; and belief, (XVI) 258; causes of, 155-57; (IX) 117-18; (XVII) 199-200; cessation of, (XVI) 65; and change, (IX) 43, 154; (X) 137; (XI) 273-74; (XII) 199; (XV) 337; (XVI) 128-29; characterizing, (XVII) 2; and commitment, (XVI) 224-25; and competition, (IX) 71; and the conflict of opposites, (XII) 199; contact with, (XVII) 30; and contradiction, (XVI) 133; and the contradiction of nonviolence, (XVII) 231-32; as contrary to love, (XVII) 209; and crowded cities, (XVII) 129-30; and the cruel society, (IX) 86; defining, (IX) 117; and the dull mind, (XVII) 233; ending of, (IX) 120-21; (XVI) 25, 224-25; and escape into nonviolence, (XVI) 233-34; (XVII) 100-103; facing, (XVII) 247; fact of, (IX) 247; (XVII) 12-13, 220; and facts, (XIV) 69, 251; forms of, (XIII) 295; freedom from, (VIII) 338; (X) 22425; (XI) 305-6; (XII) 25; (XIV) 75-76; (XVI) 2034; and the free mind, (IX) 127-28; and gradual understanding, (XV) 339; and the hindrance to words, (XV) 338; idea of, (XV) 10-11; and ideals, (XI) 23-24; (XIV) 139; and the ideal of nonviolence, (XIV) 90-91; (XVI) 128, 179, 255; and ideology, (XVI) 192-93; (XVII) 249; and the ideology of nonviolence, (XVII) 191; and image, (XVI) 129; immediate resolution of, (XVI) 135; implications of, (XVI) 130; increase of, (XVII) 255; in the individual and the state, (XV) 333, 337; as inheritance from animals, (XVII) 142; inner, (XVII) 255; and looking without the image, (XVII) 170-71; man, and, (XVII) 102-3; of man and animals, (XVII) 170; and the ‘me’, (VII) 238; multiplying of, (XVI) 116; nature of, (XV) 337; and nonviolence, (IV) 153-54, 155, 156; (VIII) 2324; (XVI) 4; (XVII) 55-56; and nonviolence and safety, (XV) 334; and peace, (XII) 190; and personal action, (III) 168; physical and psychological, (XVII) 107-8; and pleasure, (XVII) 11; and positive thinking, (XI) 188; prevalence of, (XIV) 291, 293; (XVI) 116-17; as reality, (XII) 61; and self-awareness, (IV) 3; and self-preservation, (III) 158; structure of, (XV) 127-28; and talk of nonviolence, (XVII) 217; and time, (XII) 201; (XVII) 176; types of, (XI) 370; understanding, (X) 80; (XVII) 255-64, 266; understanding the nature of, (XVI) 179. See also Conflict; Contradiction; Feelings; Killing; Murder; Nationalism; Nonviolence; Opposites; Peace; Problems; Society; War; World problems Violence and nonviolence: and contradiction, (XIV) 11, 13, 281, 286; (XV) 250; and ideals, (XV) 25. See also Violence Virtue, (II) 16-17; (III) 161-62, 236, 241; (IV) 79-80; (VI) 102-3, 240; (VII) 215; (XIII) 224-25, 227-28; and the absence of authority, (XVII) 34; and the absence of conflict, (XIII) 278; achieving, (III) 224; and attention, (XIII) 84, 176; (XIV ) 7; as attention, (XII) 144; and awareness, (X) 9; and chemicals, (XIII) 116; and the clever mind, (X) 225; consciousness of, (XI) 40; and continuity, (XI) 135-36; and craving, (III) 214-15; cultivation

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See also Awareness; Conformity; Goodness; Humility Virtuous life: going beyond, (X) 62 Virtuous man: and conditioning, (XII) 147 Vision(s): as conditioned, (X) 161; and conditioning, (IX) 160; (XII) 167; (XIII) 192, 266, 322; (XVI) 157; (XVII) 241-42; versus creation, (XII) 216; and meditation, (XIII) 263; pursuit of, (XVII) 9. See also God; Ideal(s); Religion Vocation: versus ambition, (VII) 84-85; of discovering reality, (VII) 245-46; and education, (VIII) 156; and the new society, (VII) 85; and social conflict, (VII) 245-46. See also Becoming; Job; Livelihood; Work Voices: inner, (XIII) 209 Volitional activities: as social solution, (III) 42-43 Vulnerability: and self-knowledge, (V) 29. See also Innocency Vulnerable: meaning of, (XV) 277 Waiting: fear of, (XII) 68-70, 74 Want, (l) 17; (III) 16-18, 63-64, 106; and conflict, (III) 28; and emptiness, (I) 14, 34-35; and fear, (III) 65; futility of, (l) 14-15; inward and outward, (VII) 116-17; and organizational exploitation, (III) 59; understanding, (VII) 263. See also Acquisition; Becoming; Consciousness; Craving; Desire; Effort; Greed; Happiness; Ignorance Wanting: and the sense of insufficiency, (XV) 64, 67 War, (l) 157, 178-79; (II) 30-31, 131-32, 185, 208; (III) 145; (IV) 94; (V) 14-16, 338-39; (VI) 195-97, 261; (VII) 144-46; (XV) 295-96; and the absence of change, (XVI) 48; acceptance of, (XV) 343; (XVI) 3-4, 92, 132-33; versus the alleviation of human need, (VIII) 154-55; analyzing the nature of, (VIII) 260-62; attempts to solve the problem of, (XVI) 71; basis of, (II) 51, 175; causes of, (II) 39; (III) 175-76; (IV) 155, 157, 188; (V) 15, 66, 75-76, 343; (VI) 98; (X) 73-74; (XVI) 17, 68, 116, 266; as a chain, (VI) 128; and change, (XVII) 136; and children, (VIII) 38-39; and continuing brutality, (XVI) 159-60; and contradiction, (XVI) 275; through contradiction, (VIII) 153; creating, (X) 116; and daily life, (IX) 230; denial of, (XVI) 93; and destruction in daily life, (XVII) 280; and disorder, (XV) 326-28; and divisions, (VII) 161; (VIII) 19; (XVII) 263; and education, (VI) 21; (VIII) 141; as an escape, (III) 120; as exploitation, (III) 29; as expression of the individual, (V) 75, 315; external and internal, (III) 148; and the failure of education, (VII) 319-20; freedom from inner and outer, (XVII) 2; and the freeing of the mind, (VIII) 28; future of, (XVII) 261; and government preparation for, (V) 110-11; and hatred, (IX) 247; historical acceptance of, (XVI) 130, 172; as a historical process, (XVI) 224-25; and the human being, (XVII) 132; and human history, (XVI) 152; (XVII) 20-21; and identification, (VII) 152; ideology of nonviolence, (XVII) 170; and image, (XVI) 44; imminence of, (II) 101; and inaction, (VI) 127-28; and India and Pakistan, (VI) 127-28; and the individual, (VI) 352; and individual comprehension, (III) 88-89; and the influence of propaganda, (XVI) 172; and inner conflict, (XVI) 11-12; inner and outer, (III) 148; insanity of, (V) 66-67; and intelligence, (II) 112; and international responsibility, (IV) 3; inward, (XVI) 8; and the lack of harmony, (XVI) 278; and lack of love, (IX) 267; and the law, (XVII) 36-37; and loss of children, (III) 231-32; and love of children, (IX) 65, 271-72; versus love of children, (X) 59; as meaningless, (XVI) 214; and nationalism, (II) 6; (V) 152-53; (VI) 138; (XVI) 172; (XVII) 263; and the need for total change, (XIII) 233; need to abolish, (XVI) 7-9; and organized religion, (X) 103; origin of, (VIII) 68; outward and inward, (XVII) 52-53; as pattern, (VII) 83; and peace, (IX) 15-16, 224; (XVI) 44-45; perpetuation of, (XVII) 281; and personal responsibility, (IV) 23-24; possibility of another world, (XVII) 264; and the possibility of integration, (VIII) 157-58; and power politics, (VI) 98; prevalence of, (XV) 302, 327; (XVI) 6; (XVII) 262; prevention of, (l) 178-79;

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See also Authority; Belief; Divisions; Exploitation; Government; Ideology; Individual; Inequality; Nationalism; Peace; Poor; Poverty; Society; State; Violence; World problems Watcher and the watched: as one, (X) 14-15. See also Analyzer and the analyzed; Observer and the observed; Thinker and the thought Watching: as choiceless, (IX) 114; as the greatest action, (XIV) 66; and listening, (XV) 242; and selfunderstanding, (XVI) 5. See also Listening; Looking; Observation; Seeing Wealth: and accumulation, (IV) 198; and beauty, (V) 35-36; and conditioning, (VIII) 217; and love, (VII) 89; and poverty, (IX) 193, 196; as societal motivator, (X) 45. See also Ambition; Becoming; Food, clothing, shelter; Necessities; Needs; Philanthropy; Possessions; Poverty Welfare society: as security, (XII) 38. See also Society; Welfare state; World problems Welfare state, (VII) 251-52; (X) 174; and freedom, (IX) 33; and the lack of incentive, (XII) 19; and the loss of freedom, (XIV) 82; and need for physical security, (X) 42; and physical salvation, (VII) 25455. See also Government; Poverty; Security; Society; State West: and acquisitiveness, (XVII) 86; and the desire for security, (XII) 118; and East, (X) 1; and influence on the East, (X) 234, 239; and knowledge, (XII) 114; and meditation, (XIII) 320; and resurrection, (XV) 319; and revolt of the young, (XVII) 159; and world problems, (X) 44. See also Authority; Conditioning; Divisions; Nationalism; Reincarnation; Society; Technology; War; World problems West and East: and division, (XIII) 195; false division between, (XIII) 189-90. See also East and West; World problems Western: influence on India, (XI) 69 Western culture: and the conscious, (XI) 339; and its imposition on Eastern culture, (XI) 259 ‘What actually is’, and ‘what should be’: and contradiction, (XIII) 76. See also What is What has been: and change, (IX) 26 ‘What I am’: as the past, (XIII) 35; versus ‘What I should be’, (VII) 165-66. See also Center; ‘Me’ What is, (IV) 159; (XI) 286-89; (XVII) 87-90; and the absence of fear, (XII) 259; and accumulation, (VIII) 235; and activity, (XI) 26; and attention, (XI) 270; and authority, (VIII) 214; and awareness, (IV) 201-2; (XI) 281; awareness of, (XV) 230; versus belief, (XVI) 255; and the center, (XII) 155; and the cessation of experience, (IX) 114; and change, (VIII) 21, 163; (IX) 154; (XVII) 82; and choiceless observation, (XVII) 83; and comparison, (XVII) 30; and condemnation, (VIII) 196, 197-98; (IX) 4, 79-80; without condemnation, (XIII) 13; and conflict, (XIII) 14; and conflict of opposites, (IV) 176; (VIII) 248; and confusion, (XVI) 297; contact with, (XVI) 249; and the contradiction of ideals, (XIII) 283; and death, (XI) 193; defining, (V) 50; (XVII) 14; and denial, (XIII) 90; and dependence, (IX) 22-23; and discontent, (VII) 211-12; (XI) 8; and discovering truth, (VIII) 212; disgust with, (XII) 291; and distance, (XV) 279-80; distraction from, (IX) 65; versus divisions, (XII) 195; and ending violence, (XVI) 224; and an end to seeking, (XII) 164, 165; and energy, (XII) 12, 202; (XIV) 113; (XV) 46; (XVII) 185; versus escape, (XII) 209-10; escape from, (X) 4, 8, 52; (XIV ) 156; (XV) 305; (XVI) 262, 265; (XVII) 232; as eternal, (XI) 286; examining, (XI) 26; versus experience, (XVII) 33; facing, (XIV) 116, 142; as fact, (XVII) 258; and fact versus ideas, (XIV) 91; and fear, (VII) 192; versus fiction of ideals, (XIV) 47; and freedom from conditioning, (IX) 137; (XII) 263-64; and freedom from the known, (XI) 53; and the free mind, (IX) 273; (XV) 25; going beyond, (XVII) 266-67; and the hindrance of belief, (XVI) 267; and the hindrance of comparison, (XVII) 182-84, 185; and the hindrance of ideals, (XI) 176; and the hindrance of ideas, (XVII) 12-13; and the hindrance of memory, (V) 118-19; and the hindrance of the observer, (XVI) 183-84; and the hindrance of opinions, (XV) 296; (XVI) 53; versus the idea, (XV) 218; and ideals, (IV) 185-86; versus ideals, (IX) 42-43; (X) 117; and illusion, (VIII) 65; versus illusion, (XV) 140-41; importance of, (XI) 331-32; importance of observing, (XIV) 139; and innocence, (XVII) 171; and intelligence, (XV) 291-92; and knowledge, (X) 259-60; versus knowledge, (IX) 279; and living without destructive discipline, (XIV) 146; and love, (XV) 228-29; (XVII) 187; without masks, (XVI) 225; and maturity, (XIV ) 276-77; and the meaninglessness of ‘what should be’, (XVII) 160; and the mechanical process, (XII) 199; and meditation, (IX) 73; as most important factor, (VII) 179; and movement, (XI) 182-83; movement away from, (XVI) 264; need to understand, (XII) 25; and the negative approach, (XII) 27; and the new society, (XVII) 191; and observation, (XIV) 1-2, 87; (XVII) 4; observation of, (XIII) 321; and the

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See also Belief; Creativity; Fact; Truth; ‘What should be’ What is and ‘what should be’, (IX) 199-200, 259; (XIII) 232; and action, (XV) 64-65; and change, (XVI) 265; and comparison, (XVII) 231-33; and conflict, (XII) 155; (XIII) 76; (XIV ) 11, 129, 139; (XVI) 74; (XVII) 70; conflict between, (XV) 16162; and contradiction, (XII) 289; contradiction between, (XIII) 80; (XVII) 249, 267; division between, (IX) 170; and duality, (XII) 102-3; and effort, (IX) 263; and freedom, (XI) 47; (XVI) 114; gap between, (IX) 165-66; (XII) 159; and the hindrance of the past, (XVII) 102; and the illusion of movement, (XVII) 110-11; and love, (XV) 22829; and meaning, (XVII) 2; and meditation, (XIV ) 35; and the petty mind, (XI) 28; and selfcontradiction, (XI) 180; and time, (IX) 172; (XII) 140; (XIII) 185; (XV) 24, 158-59, 182; (XVI) 21; and the will of discipline, (XI) 256. See also Fact; Idea(s); Ideal(s); What is; ‘What should be’; ‘What should be’: versus actual living, (VIII) 341; and conditioning, (XVII) 101-3; desire for, (VIII) 248; freedom from, (XI) 30, 31; and the ideal, (IX) 15354; as the ideal, (XIV) 91; ideal of, (XI) 281; (XVII) 87; and idealism, (X) 96; and the mind, (XI) 16; as nonexistence, (XVI) 297; as romantic, (XVII) 258; and the shallow mind, (XII) 164; and social revolutions, (XVII) 160; and what actually is, (XII) 29; versus what is, (XV) 183. See also Ideas; Illusions; What is; What is and ‘what should be’ “What to do”: and background, (IX) 259; as hindrance to action, (XII) 123, 128; and social demands, (IX) 203 Which is: as the timeless, (IX) 50; and understanding, (IX) 39 Whole: ability to view, (VIII) 9; and the absence of contradiction, (XI) 164; and the approach to the unconscious, (XII) 220; as beauty and ugliness, (VII) 207-8; of body and mind, (XVII) 63; and the brain and the mind, (XII) 270-71; and the cessation of the positive movement, (XIV) 202; comprehension of, (III) 241; (XI) 149-52; (XII) 176; defining, (XI) 106; discovery of, (VII) 153; and ending, (XII) 212; experiencing, (XII) 120; and feeling for life, (XI) 120-21; versus fragmentation, (XVI) 160, 240, 294; versus the fragmented life, (XIII) 244; and living and dying, (X) 154-55; looking at, (XV) 104; (XVI) 279, 280; (XVII) 61; and looking at fear, (XVII) 25; ‘me’ as part of, (XIV) 77-78; meaning of, (VII) 169-70; meeting life as, (XV) 101-2; versus the part, (XI) 24-25; versus the parts, (IX) 281-83; and the particular, (VII) 275; (XVI) 48; versus the particular, (X) 128-29; and the past, (VII) 148, 151; and problems, (V) 333-34, 338; (XIV) 14; and problem solving, (XIV) 252-53; and the revolution of the psyche, (VII) 178; seeing, (XII) 146-47; (XV) 11; seeing problems as, (XVII) 94; and selfdeception, (IV) 62; and the serious mind, (XVI) 132; as true, (XI) 362; understanding, (XI) 352; (XII) 172; (XVI) 237-38, 240; and understanding influence, (XII) 97; viewing life from, (XV) 18790. See also Divisions; Fragmentation; Total; Total action; Totality; Totality of life; Totality of parts Whole mind: achieving, (XII) 44, 48 Wholeness: awareness of, (XII) 54-57; of existence, (IV) 179; of life, (XI) 315; perception of, (XI) 341; and total action, (XI) 238. See also Completeness; Conflict of opposites; Totality Wife: duties of, (V) 87-88; ending fear of, (XVI) 107; and image, (XVII) 187. See also Domination; Family; Husband and wife; Marriage; Relationships; Wife and husband Wife and husband: and relationship, (XVII) 212. 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See also Conflict; Desire; Discipline; Effort; Known; Resistance; Self; Self-discipline Will, fear, sorrow: as one, (XI) 283, 285 Will in action: and choice, (XV) 198-200. See also Will Will power: meaning of, (II) 146-47 Wisdom, (l) 23, 51-52, 134, 163, 174; (II) 45; (III) 196; (V) 30; (VI) 126-27; and the absence of continuity, (XIII) 174; and accumulation, (l) 128; achieving, (II) 45; (III) 88, 206; (IV) 204; (VII) 51; (VIII) 329; and action, (II) 25-26; and aloneness, (XV) 173; and awareness, (X) 20; and awareness of understanding, (IV) 35; beginning of, (IX) 152; (X) 119; (XIII) 89; and belief, (II) 31; defining, (VI) 22-23, 31-33, 208-9; and devotion, (V) 85; discovering, (VII) 275-76; and the ending of sorrow, (XIV) 152; (XVII) 181; essence of, (XIII) 122; and evaluation, (VIII) 333; and freedom from experience, (VIII) 34; and the free mind, (VIII) 249-50; versus knowledge, (l ) 107; (VI) 95; and meditation, (V) 166; and organized religion, (II) 137; through passive awareness, (IV) 69; within the self, (IV) 164; and self-analysis, (l) 125; and self-knowing, (XIV) 76, 116; (XVII) 176; and self-knowledge, (IV) 106, 142; (V) 169-70, 211, 265; (VI) 96, 171-72; (VII) 218; (X) 124, 167; through self-knowledge, (VIII) 209; and selfobservation, (XVI) 152; and silence, (XV) 39; and sorrow, (XIII) 307; state of, (XI) 208; and theosophy, (V) 203; and total action, (XI) 228; and the tranquil mind, (VI) 72; and understanding discontent, (X) 183. See also Awareness; Creation; Humility; Intelligence; Meditation; Right thinking; Self-knowledge; Simplicity; Truth; Virtue Within: going, (XV) 44, 47. See also Inner and outer Women: role of, in India, (VIII) 125 “Word”: and the “verb”, (XI) 18. See also Naming; Propaganda Word(s), (V) 36-39; (XI) 83-89; (XII) 301-3; (XVII) 237-38; and achieving mutation, (XIII) 296-97; apart from action, (XIV ) 39-40; beyond, 14, 67, 114; burden of, (XIII) 320; caught in, (XVI) 13; as cause of fear, (XV) 161; as the center, (V) 312; cessation of, (XIII) 296; and communication, (V) 320-21; (IX) 249, 252; (XI) 90, 113-14, 144; (XII) 229; (XIII) 61, 156; (XIV ) 225, 186, 282-83; (XV) 163, 308-10; (XVI) 23, 139-40; (XVII) 120-21, 221; as communication, (X) 144-46; and communion, (XIV) 285; (XV) 2, 62; as conditioned, (X) 47-48, 112, 114; and contact with problems, (XV) 151-52; and creating divisions, (XII) 180-81; and the creation of fear, (XIV ) 93; (XVI) 104, 107; as creator of fear, (XVII) 114; defining, (XIII) 295; dependence on, (XVII) 180; and despair, (V) 248-49; as different from the thing, (XII) 108-9; difficulty of, (XIV) 296; and the difficulty of communication, (VII) 198; (XIII) 281; as distraction, (XIV ) 50; as distraction to observation, (XIV) 65; dying to, (XI) 138; dynamics of, (XIV) 7-8; and energy, (XII) 62; enslavement to, (XII) 18, 20, 44, 187, 207; (XIII) 35-36, 103-4, 173, 280, 295, 296; (XIV) 134; (XVI) 105; examination of, (XVI) 26; examining beyond, (XVI) 32; and experience, (VI) 350-51; and fact, (XI) 63, 167; versus fact, (XIII) 65, 66; versus the fact of sorrow, (XIII) 310; and fear, (VI) 335; (XII) 45; (XIII) 250; (XIV) 250, 293; (XV) 30-31; (XVI) 175; and feeling, (V) 312; (IX) 72; (XII) 241; (XIII) 197-98; freedom from, (X) 185; (XI) 378; (XII) 292-93; (XIII) 151; (XV) 300; (XVI) 127; (XVII) 35-36; and freedom from comparison, (XII) 20; going beyond, (XIII) 114; as hindrance, (VI) 312; (XIII) 79, 315; as hindrance to communication, (XI) 226; as hindrance to contact, (XV) 30; as hindrance to understanding, (XIII) 247-48; importance of, (XII) 4-5; (XIV ) 287-88; (XV) 338-39; (XVII) 71; and influence, (XII) 139-40, 320; influence of, (VIII) 54-55; (XI) 271-72; (XIII) 300; interpretation of, (XIV) 225; as knowledge, (X) 266; and listening, (XIV) 90; (XVI) 1; and loneliness, (XII) 314-15; (XIV) 117; looking without, (XIII) 22, 48; (XV) 143; and love, (XVI) 245; (XVII) 203; and meaning, (VI) 305; meaning of, (XV) 34, 55, 106-7, 150; meaninglessness of, (XVI) 8; and meditation, (XII) 166; (XIV) 106; and memory, (V) 327; as memory, (X) 144-46; mesmerizing effect of, (XVII) 156; and the mind, (XII) 86; mind as slave to, (XII) 120, 122; and negative thinking, (XII) 79; as not the fact, (XVI) 8, 10, 59; (XVII) 23, 25, 40; as not the reality, (XIII) 83; (XVI) 249; as not the state, (XVII) 30; as not the thing, (XI) 346-47; (XII) 228, 301-2; (XIII) 35-36, 114, 165, 261; (XIV ) 52, 97; (XV) 219; (XVI) 9, 125, 145, 229; (XVII) 156; and observing the feeling, (XII) 88; and pleasure, (XVI) 286; and positive thinking, (XI) 92-93; (XIII) 51; power of, (XVI) 241; and problems, (X) 123; and the process of thought, (XII) 126; and propaganda, (V) 365; psychological impact of, (VII) 12; and purpose, (XII) 24; questioning the

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See also Communication; Communion; Identification; Listening; Naming; Semantics; Symbols; Verbalization Work, (l ) 187; and awareness, (XIII) 212; defining, (XV) 52; dissatisfaction with, (X) 95; and the dull mind, (V) 52-54; and education, (VIII) 97; as effort, (XI) 23; and fear, (XII) 136, 137; as humane function, (III) 164; and incentive, (V) 159-60; inquiry as, (X) 253, 255; love of, (l) 166-67; 27071; (XIII) 126; and the occupied mind, (VIII) 287. See also Job; Livelihood; Old age; Professions; Retirement; Vocation Workers: and discipline, (XIII) 81 Working together: types of, (XI) 308 Work routine: versus inward response, (XII) 74 World: attempt to transform, (XI) 178; as brutal, (VII) 82-83; and change, (XIV) 9; changes in, (XVI) 54; as chaotic, (XII) 15-16; and conditioning, (IX) 259-60; conflicts in, (X) 107; confusion in, (XI) 303; in decline, (XVII) 145; defining, (XIV) 13132; and denial of individuality, (XIII) 119; desire to achieve a sane, (IX) 210; divided, (VIII) 41-43; (XI) 361; and externalized events, (XII) 121; fragmentation, (XI) 92; fragmented, (IV) 48-49; growing complexity of, (XIII) 158; growing superficiality of, (XVI) 232; as the individual, (V) 29-30, 154-55; (XI) 171-72; (XIV ) 14, 17; as individuals, (VII) 240; and the individual as one, (XIV) 49-50, 108; individual response to, (VIII) 1; and industrialization, (XII) 279; and need for change, (X) 203; need for clarity in, (XII) 223; and the need for one government, (XVII) 258, 263; and the need for a single language, (XVII) 258, 263; need to understand, (XIV ) 17, 126-27; one, (VIII) 41-42, 45-46; and outward conflict, (XIV) 124-25; as personal relationships, (X) 252; physical and psychological problems of, (X) 10; prospering of, (XV) 165; relationship to, (XV) 42-43; retreat from, (XIV) 79; saving, (VIII) 114; as self, (III) 173; as self-extension, (III) 154-55; as selfprojection, (V) 339; and sorrow, (XIII) 253; as superficial, (XIII) 166; and technological progress, (XV) 157; viewed as a totality, (XII) 183. See also Change; Collective; Divisions; Individual; Society; World divisions; World problems World change: and contradiction, (X) 239-40; and electronic brains, (XII) 117; and personal transformation, (VI) 228-29. See also Machines; World problems World chaos, (III) 145; and false values, (III) 226-27; and the individual, (IV) 88; and religious perception, (XIII) 86; and understanding disorder, (XVII) 176. See also World; World problems World complexity: and superficial lives, (XI) 376 World conflict, (III) 174; origins of, (III) 65; and relationship, (VI) 79-80; and words, (XIII) 295. See also Conflict; World; World problems World confusion: and looking to the past, (XV) 52. See also World problems World crisis: and consciousness, (XI) 384; (XIII) 296; and creative action, (VIII) 258; and disintegration, (XIII) 277; and ideology, (VI) 80; and the individual, (VI) 215-16; (VIII) 298-99; and the need for self-awareness, (XI) 361; and specialists, (VI) 216; vastness of, (IV) 83. See also World; World problems World destruction: causes of, (VIII) 250 World divisions, (XV) 4, 117; and exploitation, (III) 218; of high, middle, and low, (XVII) 122; and the need for order, (XV) 299; and war, (III) 176; (XVI) 4, 8. See also Divisions; Nationalism; World; World problems World government: and peace, (IX) 223 World influences: and individual freedom, (XI) 41-43 Worldliness, (III) 210, 223; and craving, (III) 164, 214; defining, (XI) 243; and enslavement, (XI) 378; freedom from, (III) 183; and Masters, (III) 214; and sensation, (III) 224 Worldly: and divisions, (X) 123 Worldly life and inner life: as related, (XV) 192, 195. See also Inner and outer World planning: and the absence of nationalism, (XVII) 192; and outward security, (XVII) 243. See also Peace; Unity of mankind World problems, (III) 124; (VIII) 226-27; (IX) 19394; and acceptance of death, (XV) 230; approach to, (IX) 83, 210; (XVI) 116; and authority, (VIII) 254; (XI) 65-66; awareness of, (XI) 259; and challenge, (XIII) 331-32; and challenge and response, (XV) 213; and the challenge of life, (XI) 28; and change, (X) 260; and commitment, (XI) 324; and concern for the human being, (XVII) 264; and conditioning, (IX) 145; and contradiction, (XV) 311; and the desire for action, (XI) 48-49; and the desire for order, (XII) 189-90; and desire for solutions, (IX) 263; and the destination of the individual, (XI) 103; and deterioration, (X) 183; (XVI) 42-43; and the difficulty of knowing how to think, (XVII) 180; and discontent, (XVII) 86, 131, 189-90; and the division between the inner and

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See also Authority; Belief; Divis ions; Food, clothing, shelter; Nationalism; Necessities; New; Problems; Poverty; Society; Violence; War World reform: and revolution, (III) 226 World revolution: need for, (XI) 277 World unity, (l) 158 World violence: and loss of faith, (XVII) 94. See also World problems Worry: as necessity, (VI) 235; versus the still mind, (VI) 233 Worship: of authority, (XIV) 246; of conflict, (XIII) 284-85; and the decaying mind, (XII) 217; demand for, (IX) 109-10; for gratification, (V) 19; of images, (V) 82-83; and the intellect as problem, (V) 153-54; without love, (XIV) 213; versus loving, (II) 178; of Masters, (III) 213-14; of the past, (XV) 41; religious and state, (IX) 212; and the search for permanence, (XVII) 151, 152; and separatism, (V) 37; of sorrow, (XIII) 308; (XIV ) 103, 210; (XV) 78, 121, 343; of suffering, (XV) 260; and war, (IV) 7. See also Leaders; Nationalism; Prayer; Religion Worship of intellect, (VII) 9. See also Intelligence; Knowledge Writer(s): and confusion, (XV) 172; and the desire for fame, (XVI) 180; and the meaninglessness of life, (XV) 178; and self-fulfillment, (VII) 185. See also Arts Yes-sayers: and religion, (XI) 289-290, 291 Yesterday: dying to, (XI) 368; (XII) 161; as hindrance to today, (XII) 38; and knowledge, (XI) 185; perceiving instantly, (XVI) 91. See also Memory; Past; Time; Yesterday, today, and tomorrow Yesterday and tomorrow: and fear, (XII) 249. See also Yesterday Yesterday, today and tomorrow: and consciousness, (XVI) 188-89; and the division of time, (XVI) 238, 240; (XVII) 102; and time, (VIII) 203-4; as time, (XI) 364-67. See also Past; Time; Yesterday Yoga: as discipline of the known, (VII) 286-87; and meditation, (IX) 73; as a physical and spiritual help, (VIII) 232; and the search for God, (X) 4142; and the value of exercise, (X) 88-89 Yogi(s): and conditioning, (XVI) 84; and desire, (XIV) 98. See also Authority; Conditioning; Identification; Religious mind; Words ‘You’, (II) 106-108; (VI) 63-64; and the cessation of knowledge, (X) 262; defining, (X) 258; (XI) 33; as the idea, (XVI) 203. See also Center; Entity; ‘Me’; Observer; Self Young: and the ability to enjoy, (VIII) 117-18; and curiosity, (VIII) 128-29; and discontent, (XI) 145; and disturbance, (XIII) 15; and the need for security, (VIII) 72-74; problems of, (VIII) 88; as sacrifice by the old, (VII) 123; and the search for meaning in America, (XVII) 96; and the sense of revolt, (XV) 235. See also Authority; Children; Old age; Revolt; Seeking; Younger generation Younger generation: and revolt, (XVII) 261-62 Young mind, (XI) 74-78; and the absence of problems, (XIII) 133; achieving, (XIV) 244; and daily rebirth, (XV) 79-80; defining, (XV) 68; and dying to thought, (XII) 222; and energy, (XIV) 295; and freedom, (XI) 66; and freedom from fear and sorrow, (XIII) 173; and “I don’t know”, (XV) 24; and learning, (XII) 271; (XIV) 287; and meditation, (XIV) 167; as necessary, (XI) 74-75; need for, (XVI) 298-99; as revolutionary, (XI) 328; (XII) 38; and seeing truth, (XVII) 227. See also Clear mind; Dull mind; Empty mind; Free mind;

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VB620128 VB620131 VB620204 VB620207 VB620211 VB620214 VB620221 VB620225 VB620228 VB620302 VB620304 VB620307 VB620311 VB620313 VB620605 VB620607 VB620610 VB620612 VB620614 VB620617 VB620619 VB620722 VB620725 VB620726 VB620729 VB620731 VB620802 VB620805 VB620807 VB620809 VB620812 VB630707 VB630709 VB630711 VB630714 VB630716 VB630718 VB630721 VB630723 VB630725 VB630728 VB631023 VB631027 VB631030 VB631103 VB631106 VB631110 VB631113 VB631124 VB631201 VB631208 VB640112 VB640115 VB640119 VB640122 VB640126 VB640129 VB640202 VB640209 1962 3rd Public Talk, New Delhi 1962 4th Public Talk, New Delhi 1962 5th Public Talk, New Delhi 1962 6th Public Talk, New Delhi 1962 7th Public Talk, New Delhi 1962 8th Public Talk, New Delhi 1962 1st Public Talk, Bombay 1962 2nd Public Talk, Bombay 1962 3rd Public Talk, Bombay 1962 4th Public Talk, Bombay 1962 5th Public Talk, Bombay 1962 6th Public Talk, Bombay 1962 7th Public Talk, Bombay 1962 8th Public Talk, Bombay 1962 1st Public Talk, London 1962 2nd Public Talk, London 1962 3rd Public Talk, London 1962 4th Public Talk, London 1962 5th Public Talk, London 1962 6th Public Talk, London 1962 7th Public Talk, London 1962 1st Public Talk, Saanen 1962 2nd Public Talk, Saanen 1962 3rd Public Talk, Saanen 1962 4th Public Talk, Saanen 1962 5th Public Talk, Saanen 1962 6th Public Talk, Saanen 1962 7th Public Talk, Saanen 1962 8th Public Talk, Saanen 1962 9th Public Talk, Saanen 1962 10th Public Talk, Saanen 1963 1st Public Talk, Saanen 1963 2nd Public Talk, Saanen 1963 3rd Public Talk, Saanen 1963 4th Public Talk, Saanen 1963 5th Public Talk, Saanen 1963 6th Public Talk, Saanen 1963 7th Public Talk, Saanen 1963 8th Public Talk, Saanen 1963 9th Public Talk, Saanen 1963 10th Public Talk, Saanen 1963 1st Public Talk, New Delhi 1963 2nd Public Talk, New Delhi 1963 3rd Public Talk, New Delhi 1963 4th Public Talk, New Delhi 1963 5th Public Talk, New Delhi 1963 6th Public Talk, New Delhi 1963 7th Public Talk, New Delhi 1963 1st Public Talk, Varanasi, India 1963 2nd Public Talk, Varanasi, India 1963 3rd Public Talk, Varanasi, India 1964 1st Public Talk, Madras 1964 2nd Public Talk, Madras 1964 3rd Public Talk, Madras 1964 4th Public Talk, Madras 1964 5th Public Talk, Madras 1964 6th Public Talk, Madras 1964 7th Public Talk, Madras 1964 1st Public Talk, Bombay Volume XIII Page 73 Volume XIII Page 79 Volume XIII Page 85 Volume XIII Page 92 Volume XIII Page 99 Volume XIII Page 105 Volume XIII Page 113 Volume XIII Page 119 Volume XIII Page 124 Volume XIII Page 131 Volume XIII Page 138 Volume XIII Page 144 Volume XIII Page 149 Volume XIII Page 156 Volume XIII Page 165 Volume XIII Page 170 Volume XIII Page 177 Volume XIII Page 184 Volume XIII Page 192 Volume XIII Page 199 Volume XIII Page 206 Volume XIII Page 213 Volume XIII Page 218 Volume XIII Page 224 Volume XIII Page 230 Volume XIII Page 237 Volume XIII Page 244 Volume XIII Page 250 Volume XIII Page 256 Volume XIII Page 261 Volume XIII Page 267 Volume XIII Page 275 Volume XIII Page 281 Volume XIII Page 288 Volume XIII Page 295 Volume XIII Page 301 Volume XIII Page 307 Volume XIII Page 314 Volume XIII Page 320 Volume XIII Page 326 Volume XIII Page 332 Volume XIV Page 1 Volume XIV Page 7 Volume XIV Page 13 Volume XIV Page 20 Volume XIV Page 27 Volume XIV Page 33 Volume XIV Page 39 Volume XIV Page 47 Volume XIV Page 56 Volume XIV Page 66 Volume XIV Page 77 Volume XIV Page 82 Volume XIV Page 88 Volume XIV Page 94 Volume XIV Page 100 Volume XIV Page 106 Volume XIV Page 112 Volume XIV Page 121

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