Beyond Enlightenment ~ 16

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event type discourse
date & time 18 Oct 1986 pm
location Sumila, Juhu, Bombay
language English
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shorttitle ENLIGH16
Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Maneesha.
Question 1
Beloved Osho, I'm experiencing more and more a harmony, a quietness, an ease, an abundance in myself, moments in which I feel so vast and rich, like the universe, and so close to you. I dive into it and disappear, and see that this again was just an opening, a door to another dimension on this ongoing, never-ending journey you are taking me, my Beloved Master.
And I can find no words to express how much I feel, that I can be with you.
Being together with a man I find these most beautiful and precious moments so rarely; it seems most of the time is wasted in loving and finding ourselves and each other. Why is it so difficult for me to be in this harmony together with a man, and even take him with me into this unknown?
Or is it something which can happen just between you and me?
Question 2
Beloved Osho, even in my childhood I never rebelled when something wasn't authentic. I learned to wear a mask. I learned it so well that it is very difficult for me to see whether I'm authentic or phony.
Tomorrow I am going to take sannyas.
Is it alright with you to have a disciple who has so little authenticity and who hardly knows what love is?
Question 3
Beloved Osho, sometimes life seems to be such a drag that I would rather like to die. Any advice?
Question 4
Beloved Osho, in 1980 you gave me sannyas. I was not even looking for a master. Since then I have experienced the joy and fun of being one of your disciples.
But now I start feeling the pain: You are so vast -- where is the way? Is there a way? Just to be true is so difficult.
And is that all?
Question 5
Beloved Osho, do you have any problem which you have not solved yet?
Question 6
Beloved Osho, what is the last question we should ask you, Osho?


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