“Nothing is small in itself and nothing is big in itself. It is all comparative,” states Osho.
Osho talks on ‘Depression’: “Whenever you are depressed, wait for the moment that the depression goes.”
Osho declares, “The future is bound to be more receptive, more welcoming. We may not be here but we can manage to change the consciousness for centuries to come.”
“Many, many times man has become very civilized, and many, many times all civilization has disappeared from the earth,” states Osho.
“To be sane in this insane society is really a great work of understanding, courage, rebellion,” states Osho.
Osho comments on a sutra, “So the first thing Uwais says is, ‘This is my feeling. I live moment to moment, without any plan or future. I don’t know what is going to happen this evening – maybe death.'”
“Be proud that you are still natural. Be proud that you can express the inexpressible through your tears,” says Osho.
“The quintessence of Tao is ‘Tathata’, acceptability. Where there is total acceptability, there is the condition of desirelessness,” states Osho.
The clock represents the mind – and not just literally, not just as a metaphor; mind is time, states Osho.
“Man… never makes any effort, even in finding one very fundamental thing: who he is, from where he comes, and what is his destiny, where he is going,” states Osho.
Osho says, “To be encrusted in gold and to die are one and the same thing… The greater the wealth you want to achieve the more dead you have to be…. All heights are suicidal!”
“The rebel is in a state of tremendous love with freedom – total freedom, nothing less than that,” states Osho.
“An upanishad is a mystery school. And we are entering into an upanishad today,” declares Osho on August 16, 1986.
Osho says, “The ego thinks it can do everything. It lives with this fallacy. The part lives with the fallacy that it is the whole.”
Osho says, “When the society is in a turmoil and everything is in crisis, a chaos pervades – this is the moment, if you want, you can escape from the prison.”
From a discourse by Osho on Sufism: “If you have known love you have known death, if you have known meditation you have known death.”
Osho states, “The whole of existence exists without any logic. It may be a poetry but it is not a syllogism – hence it is so beautiful.”
Osho on Hypocrisy: “Once you recognize that you are wearing a mask, the mask has already started slipping…”
Osho says, “…words can’t convey that which I am and I have to go on trying to do something which is not possible.”
“We have succeeded only in creating a hypocrite world. It is not civilized, it is not cultured,” states Osho.
Osho states, “In fact, a wise man is afire, alive, aflame. He would like rather to die than to be enslaved.”
Osho speaks on ‘Listening’; “My success is to give you a real taste so that you can become confident that meditation is not a fiction.”
“My suggestion is that a black hole is like a door: from one side it is a black door, a black hole – things go into it and disappear into nothingness,” says Osho.
Zarathustra has said, “Man is a rope stretched between the animal and the superman. He is a bridge and you should not make your house on the bridge…”
Osho answers Yoga Anurag’s question: According to what I have been hearing you say, the title of this series, Theologia Mystica, seems to be a contradiction in terms.
David came to darshan some weeks ago. A friend of the English novelist, Pankaja, David is a potter, and at his first darshan told Bhagwan that he has been involved in Subud, writes Maneesha.
Osho speaks about the process of a conscious death and nature’s indication to become aware that death is approaching.
:…life itself is rooted in freedom. We are not machines, we are not pre-programmed, we are utter freedoms.” Osho is quoted on the subject of ‘Freedom’.
“[It] is a common experience in medical colleges that the kind of sickness the students are learning about … starts happening to many students,” states Osho.
Osho states, “The whole function of the Master is just to bring you home – which you had never left in the first place.”