Naina writes about judging others and ourselves, in The Sentinel on October 9, 2019.
Q: Today at the lecture you extolled the virtues of Hasidism. But if they are so praiseworthy, so full of feeling of brotherhood, etc., why do they exclude women from their religious practices, and particularly their ecstatic religious dancing?
Osho comments: “His reasoning was so absolutely correct: If people go on gathering money on one side, then who is creating the thieves?” From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
“If you ever want to get out of the mind – and without it there is no possibility of your inner growth – then, ‘Judge ye not,'” says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
Beloved Osho, Could you speak to us on laughter, its meditative powers, its chemistry on the brain, its power of transformation and healing… Its relation to silence, the gap, clarity, vision…
Avikal talks about the monster of Greek mythology, in modern times also called ‘the inner judge’, and how through inquiry and alertness we can tackle the Medusa.