Try living dangerously and you will go beyond happiness, suggests Kul Bhushan.
“Man alone is misery. Man plus god, and all misery disappears; misery is transformed into ecstasy,” states Osho.
Anand Maitrey, aka Maadhyam, is Kul Bhushan’s 13 year-old grandson. He is all for dancing so a family can bond in bliss.
In a Hindi discourse, Osho answers a question by the late Om Prakash Saraswati after listening to the first discourse on the Gita of Ashtavakra: “These words are of the sky. These words come from the homeland, come from that from which source we all come, the source to which we must return.”
In the fourth part of a series of 10, Osho continues to speak on the fifth body: “Even though the ego is intrinsically dead on the fifth plane, I-am-ness still persists.”
In a darshan, Osho speaks about the different reflections of bliss that we know as pleasure, happiness and joy, and refers to Leonardo da Vinci and Pablo Picasso.
Q: I have a belief that in order to grow I have to take risks, and in order to take risks I have to make decisions. Then when I try to make decisions I am filled with anxiety that I will make a wrong choice, as if my life depended on it. What is this craziness?
In this three-part series, Kaiyum clarifies widespread confusion about the difference between feelings and emotions.
Part 1: Providing the essential answer about the part played by the Mind.
In darshan, Osho suggests a meditation to a sannyasins, “Get more and more in tune with the stars: whenever there are stars in the night and the night is clear, just lie down on the earth and look at the stars.”
Osho speaks on hypnosis and its use for childbirth and the ecstasy which can be experienced while giving birth.