A Sudden Clash of Thunder ~ 06

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event type discourse
date & time 16 Aug 1976 am
location Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Poona
language English
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shorttitle THUNDE06
Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
Question 1 from Sw Anand Subhuti
Leaving soon for the West
I look back on the five months with you and think:
I have been with Bhagwan and I have not been with Bhagwan.
I have seen him and yet something remains unseen.
I have heard him yet still I am deaf to his teaching.
I leave with no feeling of security, no sense of certainty, nothing to rely on.
Have I missed you?
Question 2
While in a peaceful state of being, I watched a bird flying by. I thought, "This would be a nice time to die." Yet during the "stop" exercise when I was feeling some discomfort, I experienced maybe as much separation as ever.
Do the conditions of the particular moment of death determine something about the nature of an enlightened being? Or vice versa?
Question 3
I am a so-called psychologist. Usually I enjoy it. Recently I have begun to appreciate witnessing. I wonder now if I am "qualified" to be a psychologist. Carl Rogers used the phrase "unconditional positive regard" as the core of psychotherapy. Compassion is so foreign and new to me.
Kindly advise.


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