Insights by Upchara on “Not knowing” (the “Boh?” for an Italian child) and the question “Why?” – with a short intro by Punya.
Osho answers to: “I am terribly scared to ask this question. Why do you mention Swami Yoga Chinamaya’s name when he asks a question? And why does something in me have to ask this question?”
Tarpan’s way of reading Osho’s books, how it changed over the years, and finally finding ‘his question’.
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.
“Ananda said, ’Master, the question is the same, but you answer so differently, you answer so contradictorily, that we have become puzzled, confused,’” says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
In the seventh part of a series of 10, Osho answers three questions and speaks on ‘shaktipat’ and his preference for direct grace.
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.”
There was a little polar bear who asked his mother, ” Was my daddy also a polar bear?” “Of course your daddy was a polar bear.” “But,” goes on the little one after a while, “Mommy, just tell me, was my grandfather also a polar bear?” “Yes, he was also a polar bear.” Time goes
Maneesha asks of Osho the questions of visiting journalists and sannyasins in Greece and later in Uruguay