Osho responds to the question, “And why has there not been a Master before you in all the ages who has combined and synthesized all the teachings of past Buddhas?”
With this anecdote Osho explains that one can become aware of what we have, only when we have lost it.
Osho says, “When you surrender, the door opens. So don’t bother much where to surrender, simply think about more and more surrendering.”
When the Master is alive, when he is living, when the truth is breathing, then it is a cult – it has to be condemned. And when the Master is dead… And with the Master’s death the truth disappears, because truth needs an embodiment. It is an experience; it has to exist in the person
Osho speaks about those who are called ‘the Masters’ in theosophy, with reference to Mabel Collins’ book, ‘Light on the Path’.
Osho talks on the topic of ‘Zen Masters’: “Only in the absence of all activity, when you are relaxed to your very being, the door opens to all the mysteries of the world, all the miracles of existence.”
Excerpt from Arjuna’s (John Hogue) newly released book, ‘A Spiritual Rebel’s Manifesto’: “A gathering of meditators and a spread of consciousness around the world has never been more needed than now.”
Once a seeker’s inner world is illuminated, he is bound to radiate light and spread it around, writes Pratiksha Apurv in Speaking Tree, India, on October 14, 2017.
The word ‘sadguru’ means the true guru, explains Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on August 29, 2017.
Buddha says, “That which I have said is only like the few leaves in my hand. And that which I have not said is like the dry leaves in this forest.” Osho explains, “The Master will say something only when he feels it is going to help your enlightenment.” From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
The temptation is strong to be attached to a Master, to cling to a Master, to become a shadow; but that won’t help, that will be suicidal. Don’t cling to me, I am here to make you free. I am here to help you to be completely, authentically yourself. If you have accepted me as
Buddha has said: Appo deepo brava – ‘Be a light unto yourself.’ From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
The Zen masters are unique and they enjoy all kinds of games, even those which we normally think are mundane, writes Keerti in the ‘Deccan Chronicle’; published on April 24, 2017.
Osho speaks about the holy ones around us who exist in a bodiless state, referring to the book, ‘Light on the Path’ by Mabel Collins. Part 2 of 2. “When subjectivity and objectivity are both transcended, you enter reality.”
“All asking is unnecessary, because whatsoever answer I give to you is really there inside you. I only make it apparent. I help it to surface in you,” says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
Osho speaks on the ways of the world to fill the inner vacuum, in the series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
As winter covers the Earth in the Northern hemisphere, Prem Geet focuses on the dreamtime and transformational dreamwork.
Q: Sometimes you talk nonsense in the lectures. How can you tell us to go and look for an alive master if you die?
Many contemporaries and enlightened ones – Raman Maharshi, Meher Baba, George Gurdjieff and J. Krishnamurti – have worked with people, but people get more offended by you than by anybody else.
Kashmiri saint and mystic poet Lal Ded (Mother Lalla), also known as Lalla or Lalleshwari (1320–1392), was born in Pandrethan (ancient Puranadhisthana) some four and a half miles to the southeast of Srinagar in modern-day Kashmir.
No definition is possible of a disciple, but a few hints can be given, just fingers pointing to the moon