The Way of the Tears

Osho on Tears WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT LOVE, TEARS IMMEDIATELY START RUNNING. PLEASE SAY SOMETHING ABOUT IT. The tears are the greatest possible prayer. Don’t be worried about analyzing them, don’t try to interpret them;…

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Confusion is my Method

AT TIMES YOU SEEM TO INTEND TO CONFUSE US ABOUT LOVE AND MEDITATION. SOMETIMES YOU STRESS THE ULTIMATE FUTILITY OF LOVE BUT ON OTHER OCCASIONS YOU PRONOUNCE MEDITATION AS BEING USELESS. AND SOMETIMES YOU SAY…

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Life is Interdependence

Osho on Interdependence n Ego I OFTEN DESIRE TO HAVE AN ISOLATED, SECURE PLACE TO ALLOW SURRENDER. MEDITATIONS SEVERAL HOURS A DAY GOING DEEPER AND DEEPER WITHOUT DISTRACTION. AS I UNDERSTAND, MOST YOGA MASTERS TEACH…

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Love of God

Osho on Enlightened Sage Malukdas Malukdas was a devotional poet-saint, a religious poet of the Bhakti Movement, from Allahabad India. He was born in Kada, near Allababad, in 1574. Themes of his songs include social reform, religious tolerance,…

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Tozan: Living in the Moment

Osho on Tozan Tozan, also spelled as Dongshan, was a Chan Buddhist monk of ninth-century China. He founded the Caodong school which was transmitted to Japan in the thirteenth century by Dogen and developed into the Soto school of Zen. Tozan is also…

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Drop the Head

Osho on Meditation CAN’T YOU DO IT FOR ME? CAN’T YOU CUT MY HEAD OFF? BECAUSE I CAN’T DROP IT. I KNOW THAT BECAUSE I HAVE TRIED. I can do that but there will be…

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To Seek is to Lose

Osho on God RELIGION IS AS SIMPLE AS THE FISH swimming in the ocean, but man has become very complicated. It is because of man’s complexity that religion looks arduous. Religion cannot be arduous because…

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