Beyond Psychology ~ 01
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|date & time
|12 Apr 1986 pm
|Punta Del Este, Montevideo, Uruguay
|Available, duration 1h 29min. Quality: good.
|Available, duration 1h 27min. Quality: good.
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- Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Maneesha.
- Question 1
- Beloved Osho, in the Poona years, I remember you so often using the phrase, "Be in the marketplace, but not of it." I thought this meant that when I was away from you, I would need to constantly remind myself that I was no longer part of the marketplace mentality -- I was a sannyasin.
- Recently, dropped into the so-called normal reality of bargain-hunting and flat-finding, of supermarkets and skinheads, I realized your people aren't part of the marketplace; that now there is no need to remind ourselves -- we are very obviously and irrevocably a race apart.
- Only weeks ago, my question was about helping your vision to be realized. Now, after my recent experience of the world, and seeing its treatment of you, I don't even have the energy to talk to people about you. Does this mean they are too far gone -- or am I?
- Question 2
- Beloved Osho, why is money such a loaded issue? It seems as though when we have money, either we feel guilty about it, and thus compelled to spend it, or insecure, and therefore want to hold onto it.
- Obviously it affects a multitude of areas that revolve around the pivot of power and freedom. The curious thing is that even to discuss the subject of money is somehow as much a taboo as discussing sex or death at the dinner table. Please comment.
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