With the help of a moving sand art picture, Osho demonstrates the difference between mind and meditation.
Osho speaks on the complexity of the state of the mind and says it is almost like a bridge between the soul, the universal, and the body, the individual.
Recently, during my flight to Washington DC, I checked the in-flight entertainment menu, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle on August 3, 2017.
Osho answers a question by Vinod Bharti; “If you see the impotence of the mind, the mind disappears but action becomes for the first time tremendously beautiful.”
Modern psychology has discovered a few things which are significant; although they have been discovered only intellectually, still it is a good beginning.
Psychologists explain why our minds tend to shut down when confronted with the alternate view of what happened on 9/11, writes Alex Pietrowski. Published in Waking Times on June 30, 2016.
Thoughts are crowding you every moment of your existence, but you are so occupied outwardly, you cannot be conscious of it.
Captivating video by Jeremy Bennett, one of Canada’s most prolific experts and speakers on stress and anxiety.
Don’t let negative thoughts control your self-image. It’s your actions that really define you, says Susan David in ‘The Guardian’ on April 20, 2016.
Q: How is it possible that the mind can go on producing thoughts constantly, and how can we stop that which we have not started?
… in ways you’ve never imagined. Carolyn Gregoire of The Huffington Post interviewed Nicholas Carr, author of ‘The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains’. Published October 9, 2015.
The 2 most dangerous numbers in the universe are threatening the end of physics. Jessica Orwig writes in the Business Insider on January 15, 2016.
Man is as if asleep. Man lives in a stupor – moves, works, is born, lives and dies, but almost fast asleep, snoring.
Meditation is a subtle death – a deep death of you, your mind, your ego, of all that makes you defined. But that which is within is there. That is pure consciousness.
The bhikkhu who guards his mind
And fears the waywardness of his thoughts
Burns through every bond
With the fire of his vigilance
Q: Osho, why is it that one becomes so attached to the physical peculiarities of a master: his beauty, his gentleness, his language, his mispronunciation – so that alongside the awe and respect he inspires there grows such a feeling of tenderness and familiarity? If this is a device I want to be caught by it forever.
Chaitanya Keerti writes in the Deccan Chronicle on April 29, 2014 about forgetting who we truly are.
In the East much has been worked out, much has been done to understand the ego, much probing has been done.
Beloved Master, some scientists are concerned that man will some day relinquish his intellectual supremacy to computers – monster artificial super-brains with an intellectual power far beyond anything we can now comprehend.
Q: Is the earth hollow? Is there an advanced civilization living there? Is there a sun at the center? Do these beings make periodic journeys through tunnels to specific places and tell the secrets? Is that where UFO’s come from?
Since the beginning of time man has been desperately seeking answers about what happens when the body dies.
Physicist Stephen Hawking made a rather revolutionary statement: “God did not create the universe and the Big Bang”…