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The Freedom of the Impersonal

AU$15.95

PART ONE
Topics include: The angelic realm, a place of absence - Condition of the public and state of the people - Going through feelings - love is not a feeling - Death of a loved one - Letter from England on reincarnation - Nature or nurture? - Impersonal life, giving up the person - Parent’s question: how can I help my child? - Living is the process of enlightenment - Letter about division of the person - Political correctness: eliminating man and woman - Are you ready to say goodbye?

PART TWO
Topics include: What is it to be free? - Sensation is a universal truth - There is no need to express feelings ever again - Being in a wheelchair: accepting life as it is - Intuition comes from sensation - Woman facing her violence and self destruction - How to give up smoking - The pain of human love - Impersonal and divine love - Longing to walk with woman - How can woman put God before man? - Man/woman love: what about invalids and people -who can’t make love? - Finding joy of young girl after 55 year destructive relationship - Passion leaving relationship with arrival of child - Do people who have not been in touch with feelings need to express them? - Feeling is the source of thought

Note: PART ONE and PART TWO are both included in the download.

An unedited live talk, recorded on The Gold Coast, Australia, 20 August, 1995
Approximately 3 hours
Please note: when Barry Long speaks of ‘going into me’ he is referring to me in the body reading these words
This audio programme includes periods of silence for ‘going into me’
Formerly issued as an audio tape set under the title Gold Coast Talks 20 August 1995

180 minutes