Beyond Psychology ~ 14

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event type discourse
date & time 19 Apr 1986 am
location Punta Del Este, Montevideo, Uruguay
language English
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shorttitle PSYCHO14
Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Maneesha.
Question 1
Beloved Osho, recently I heard you say that transcendence of life's misery and confusion can occur by either a let-go of life or by fight -- as long as either is done with totality. Mahavira's way was fight, and yours is let-go. Could you say more about let-go and its relationship to intelligence and responsibility? I don't have this understanding, and my life seems to be an odd mixture of let-go and fight. Let-go seems more natural, and fight seems more responsible.
Question 2
Beloved osho, I have heard you say, in connection with Martin Heidegger, that the work of a philosopher is to guide the leaders of the nations, not to follow them. Your work at this time seems to be moving in that direction. Your work is more global, involving whole nations and their people, and even transcending nations. Diogenes stood naked -- and largely unknown -- holding a lamp in broad daylight, and repeated the statement, "I am looking for a man." Is your work really different from diogenes' or does it only appear so? Are you also looking for a man?
Question 3
Beloved Osho, does a natural death also transcend nature?
Question 4
Osho, we've run out of questions.


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