Osho speaks on a doha by Kabir about death.
Osho says: “You cannot repress any thought… The easiest thing is not to force, but to be just a witness.”
With the help of a moving sand art picture, Osho demonstrates the difference between mind and meditation.
An individual simply means one who is indivisible, one who cannot be divided, states Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on June 24, 2019.
“Out of the mind and you are out of politics; otherwise, whatsoever you do is politics,” states Osho.
Meditation teaches us to live intensely, while the mind’s inherent nature is to train us to worry and plan for the future, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on March 31, 2019.
Osho answers to the question if scientists are contributing to a science of enlightenment, and can one do so without being enlightened.
Osho says, “Man carries the seed of his misery or bliss, hell or heaven, within himself. Whatsoever happens to you, it happens because of you. Outside causes are secondary; inside causes are primary.”
Osho speaks on Chuang Tzu’s parable of ‘The Empty Boat’ and makes a reference about his vision of teaching particularly children.
Parents who maintain their socially-given identity cannot be the true guardians of the child, asserts Harry Krueger. Published in Wake-up World on June 7, 2016.
Through his cross, Jesus Christ is asking us to avoid the conflict between mind and consciousness, writes artist Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on December 22, 2018.
This present moment is beyond time. One can live in this no-time, no-space paradigm while fully breathing the present in its totality, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on November 17, 2018.
The unconscious mind contains all the memories of one’s past; the collective unconscious has memories of one’s past lives…
Our mind is a powerful receiver of all kinds of information which becomes memory, writes Chaitanya Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on October 20, 2018.
Osho states, “…millions of gifts are showering on you; just look at those gifts, and you will be surprised. You will be surprised at how you have been missing them..”
We need to experience the energy of existence by opening our inner doors and stepping out, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on October 8, 2018.
Ageh Bharti recalls an experience he told Osho about, to which Osho responded, “It is the highest stage of mind that has happened to you.”
“The watcher is not on the screen, he is sitting in the movie hall. But the problem arises when the watcher becomes identified with something on the movie screen,” says Osho.
As a sannyasin, one has to learn the art of meditating and creating distance from the mind that is suicidal, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on June 14, 2018.
Osho speaks about the mind being the disease, “If you bring your mind to reality you will see something which is not there.” From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
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.”
Marc’s rude awakening when he found out as a child that he was duped to believe in the existence of a Father in heaven.
Bhagawati questions the effects of popular prayer, chants and well-wishing: “These so-called prayers are all mantras that won’t make anybody wake up but put everybody to sleep with the smug feeling of having ‘done’ something positive.”
“Man has not evolved much. The real man is born only when your inner monkey completely disappears, utterly disappears,” says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
Osho speaks on the nature of desire and man’s state of mind. “Man is not a being but a process of becoming. Hence there is so much misery, anxiety, anguish.”
Osho talks on ‘Listening’ at the 1968 Meditation Camp in Ajol, Gujarat: “Listen… and by and by, within you, a humming of silence will begin. The mind is becoming silent.”
Alarm bells have been sounding for years but most smartphone users ignore them, and are seen forever hunched over their device, busy with seemingly urgent transmissions. So here’s another clarion call, published in Science Daily on June 23, 2017.
Osho answers a question by Vinod Bharti; “If you see the impotence of the mind, the mind disappears but action becomes for the first time tremendously beautiful.”
“The mind is very cunning. Everybody’s mind is the mind of the Jew. ‘Jew’ is not a race; it is the innermost core of all minds,” says Osho about this ‘joke’. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
Past and future are created in our mind. They are distractions… writes Jon E. Dougherty in mindbodyscience.news and SOTT on May 20th, 2016.
We think we are awake, but we continue to live as if we are asleep, states Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle on January 10, 2017.
Osho, when I dropped my job as a political reporter in order to come to Poona, some of my friends who are engaged in the struggle against atomic war, atomic power, destruction of the environment, the dismantling of democratic freedoms, etcetera, called me an escapist.
Ageh Bharti continues his speaking tours throughout India, addressing the youth. Here a report from New Delhi.
The mind can affect the condition of the body, just as the condition of the body can affect the mind, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle on October 10, 2016.
Q: If the ego is unreal, then does it not mean that the unconscious mind, the accumulation of memories in the brain cells, and the process of transformation that is the subject matter of spirituality, is also unreal, a dream process?
Psychologists explain why our minds tend to shut down when confronted with the alternate view of what happened on 9/11, writes Alex Pietrowski. Published in Waking Times on June 30, 2016.
Thoughts are crowding you every moment of your existence, but you are so occupied outwardly, you cannot be conscious of it.
Captivating video by Jeremy Bennett, one of Canada’s most prolific experts and speakers on stress and anxiety.