“This false ego which you have created by not looking in, by continuously looking out, is the root cause of fear,” states Osho.
Osho comments on one of the many mysterious stories of the Sufis; “Whenever a mood comes to you … always remember: This, too, will pass.”
Osho says: “You cannot repress any thought… The easiest thing is not to force, but to be just a witness.”
Osho explains that the psychology of the buddhas does not work with the mind, its uniqueness is meditation, watchfulness, witnessing, leading to transcendence.
A quote by Ram Dass (aka Richard Alpert), American spiritual teacher, former academic and clinical psychologist, and the author of the famous 1971 book, ‘Be Here Now’.
Pratiksha Apurv describes Osho’s favourite form of meditation from the 112 forms known, and says that it can transport you to bliss. Published in ‘Speaking Tree’, India, on April 16, 2017.
The first step is to stop projecting your moods on to the other person. Then witness this phenomenon, writes Pratiksha Apurv in Speaking Tree, New Delhi, India, July 18, 2016
The art of transforming suffering, pain, evil, into something good is the art of seeing the necessity of the opposite.
Keerti explores the phenomenon of selfies and how to take the concept further to witness emotions and feelings and ultimately self-realisation. The Asian Age, India, on February 3, 2015
Q: You made me altogether confused and lethargic. I am like mad. At the moment I feel no trust even. Now tell me what should I do? Where should I go?
Nivedano… (Drumbeat) (Gibberish) Nivedano… (Drumbeat) Be silent. Close your eyes. Feel the body to be completely frozen. Go inwards with your total energy, with a great urgency, as if this is the last moment of your life and you have to reach to the center and the source of your being. Deeper and deeper, your