“You are, in your essential being, beyond all diseases, all old age, all deaths,” states Osho.
Osho states for the record that after a hundred years the prohibition of drugs in his commune will be thought anti-revolutionary.
Osho states, “Love is enough unto itself – it needs no salesmanship. It doesn’t need anybody to persuade, to convince; it is enough, it is a fire.”
A few people are feeling not to wear their malas or red clothes, but they consider themselves Rajneeshees and want to live here. How does this fit your vision?
Osho states, “… if there is even a little bit of intelligence in America then it is time to stop now; otherwise, the country is going to have the same fate as that of Rome and Roman civilization.
Osho speaks on a very meaningful parable by Chuang Tzu, and in particular about the phrase ‘the phoenix that never grows old’.
In meditation the mind unclutters, experiences are digested, and the overload disappears, leaving the mind fresh and young and clear and clean, states Osho.
Osho states, “…thought waves are also physical. What we know as the mind is a very subtle form of physical energy. “
Declare your freedom individually. And that’s my movement. You are here, not as a society, not as a community, you are here as an individual, states Osho
Whether you are afraid or not, everybody is missing the train. It is good that you are afraid, because that may help you to understand why you are missing, says Osho.
“Everything is joined to the cosmos,” states Osho on the subject of sun spots and related wars, disturbances, and diseases on our planet.
“Always remember, the universe is unknowable, absolutely, because it is alive. Analysis kills,” states Osho.
Osho says that the statement in the American Constitution that the pursuit of happiness is man’s birthright is stupid.
Osho states, “… zero is the root of all mathematics and of all science; you cannot conceive of an Einstein without the concept of a zero.”
Henri Bergson spoke at the beginning of this century. He said, ‘The addition to the body brought by technology calls for a corresponding addition to the soul.’
We can learn much, seeing what is happening, and then we can think introspectively about other civilizations which have disappeared, either through war or through calamities which apparently look natural.
Man is so miserable, that he wants to forget his misery in any kind of entertainment, howsoever stupid it may look to those who have a little intelligence.
Science is still working continuously to find a way to prolong life – to make it longer and longer and longer, and then ultimately to make life immortal.