Be Still and Know ~ 09

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event type discourse
date & time 9 Sep 1979 am
location Buddha Hall, Pune
language English
audio Available, duration 1h 32min. Quality: good.
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video Available, duration 0h 18min. Quality: good. Incomplete: missing Q1, Q3 - Q6 and Osho leaving. Present: Osho arriving and Q2.
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shorttitle BESTIL09
Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
Question 1 from Ma Yoga Vivek
Osho, would you say something about your father's death yesterday?
Question 2 from Ambubhai Diwanji
Osho, when hearing the story over dinner of Dadu and two of his disciples, Rajjab and Sundero. I was baffled by how deeply affected they both were by the death of their master. One, Rajjab, never opened his eyes again, and the other, Sundero, died in the same bed as his master, Dadu. How can an enlightened person be so affected by the death of his master or beloved one?
Question 3 from Ma Anand Dasi
Osho, if you were in a desert instead of being here, would you feel the same?
Question 4 from Sarjano
Osho, you said today that there is nothing like a 'group soul', but I have been strongly feeling something like that in the commune. Not only that, but this feeling of a collective soul is becoming more and more intense and attuned day by day. It is something new for me, and very beautiful, and actually I experience it as the most beautiful thing that is happening for me here. I know that each of us has to awaken alone, but I feel that this 'collective soul' is a tremendous help, at least for us not to create other dreams.... Am I dreaming now of a 'collective soul'?
Question 5 from Sw ? Mandiro
Osho, I never want what I get; I reject it. I always want what is not given to me; this I try to get. I never feel satisfied with what I have, I always want something else. And I never say what I really want. I suffer much from this but, it seems, not enough as I still cling to it. Can you please say something about this?
Question 6 from Virendra
Osho, when we don't understand you rightly, how do you feel?


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