“One of the most famous Zen stories about the great Zen Master Hakuin…” as told by Osho.
Closing monologue by Zach Bush, MD from a talk with Rich Roll (RRP #414). Published on January 10, 2019.
Osho concludes his commentaries on the last stanzas: ‘With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful.’
Every spinning wheel has a center that is still. Maturity is about discovering that unmoving center in the wheel of life, writes Param Srikantia. Published on cleveland.com on January 10, 2021.
“To be sane in this insane society is really a great work of understanding, courage, rebellion,” states Osho.
“The quintessence of Tao is ‘Tathata’, acceptability. Where there is total acceptability, there is the condition of desirelessness,” states Osho.
Param Srikantia (Deva Anugraha) explores the meaning of masks particular to the recent times. Published on cleveland.com, July 26, 2020.
Osho says, “Discontent clouds your eyes and your vision; contentment makes your eyes unclouded and your vision clear.”
One who lives in that space of tathata (suchness) is called tathagata, which is also one of the names of Buddha, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on May 28, 2018.
“Desire means rejection of something – desirelessness means acceptance – you are happy as things are. In fact, things are irrelevant, you are happy. You are happy, that’s the point.” says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
Osho talks on the topic of ‘Love’: “You cannot accept the idea that you are worth loving, that anybody can love you.”
Osho speaks on acceptance and the Buddhist nun Rengetsu in our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
… is key to ending the suffering of emotional pain. Excerpted from an article by Margarita Tartakovsky M.S., published at psychcentral.com, USA, on May 17, 2015.
Alan Watts (1915 – 1973), the British philosopher, writer and speaker, on the necessity of accepting death (original audio).