Beloved Osho, Recently it has started happening that as I begin to open my eyes first thing in the morning I can see a vision, like a scene from a movie – and that scene happens days after in reality, just like a repetition.
“Remember, there are two modes of life: the action mode and the non-action mode. The action mode believes in action, the non-action mode believes in receptivity.” (Discourse excerpt part 2 of 4)
“This is the man of individuality, who does not care for his life, for his body, who has no fear. He accepted death with joy.”
“The story that we are going to go into today is one of the greatest stories. It has that special flavor that only a Sufi story can have.” (Part 1)
“The golden gate is open for those who are simple, who are humble, who are almost nobodies…” adds Osho.
Osho states, “When you are seeing a sunset and you are overwhelmed by its beauty, in that moment there is knowing.”
“When you come to me and you love me, your love has shadows on it of your past experiences,” states Osho.
“Intellectuals are profound archers – first they shoot the arrow and then they draw the target!” explains Osho.
Osho states, “In science, in archery, in other arts, concentration may be of great use – but it is not meditation.”
Before I leave the world I have to complete what I have started. I cannot leave my garden unfinished,” states Osho.
“What kind of home is this where people go on changing? It is a caravanserai. It is just an overnight stay, and then one has to go.”
“You have to catch hold of your inner light with your own awareness. Other than that there is no way,” says Osho.
“Prayer is just your effort to persuade God to do things according to you… I am against prayer. I am for meditation,” says Osho.
“You need not worry; you do the best you can do with life… And everything else will follow on its own accord,” states Osho.
Osho states, “The flower of love can blossom only when there is no ego, when there is no effort to dominate…”
Osho comments, “Only a master can save you who comes near to you and at the same time is far away from you.”
“I am love. And if you cannot see it in my dancing, then you will certainly not see it at all when I stop dancing.”
“Men have not allowed women to become enlightened… to be anything that is their potential,” states Osho.
“Wherever you are sitting, wherever you are, your being there should make the place important, not vice versa,” states Osho.
“It is absolutely urgent because we don’t have much time before somebody goes crazy. Any moment the destruction of the earth is imminent,” states Osho.
Osho quotes Coleridge: “These poems are the poems of my freedom – existence becoming free through me. These poems will have to wait.”
Osho says, “You have to remember that wherever you are it is a holy land and whatever you are doing it is divine.”
“Between these two, everybody exists. Being a prince or being a beggar are just identities given by others. It is not your reality.”
“Perhaps I am the only one in the world who is in absolute support of mechanical brains taking over the work of human intelligence,” states Osho.
Osho states, “… there is no need that the revolution should happen before our eyes. It is contentment enough that you were part of a movement that changed the world.”