Come Follow Me Vol 4 ~ 10
|date & time||30 Dec 1975 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Poona|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 31min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
- Question 1 from Virginia
- You appear to devote your life to helping other people; but people around you appear only interested in helping themselves. If their aim is to lose their egos, is not a better method to lose oneself in helping others?
- Question 2
- Having attained the peaceful state of mind which you call India, how can one sustain it in the pressures of the West? For me, it has been impossible.
- Question 3 from Pankaja
- When I am writing a book, I am full of flowing energy and delight. But, when I have finished, I am so empty and dead that I can hardly bear to live. Now I am must starting to write, but though I can get into the pleasure while I am working, during the meditations I get overwhelmed with fear of the emptiness which I expect months from now.
- Question 4
- I want to come close to you, Osho, but I enjoy being in open spaces and by the sea. So what to do?
- Question 5 from Greg Ewart
- It is from a new seeker, Greg Ewart.
- Osho, I want to become a sannyasin; but surrender means love, and I have never experienced love, nor have I ever established a meaningful relationship with anyone else. If I take sannyas now, my decision to do so would be an intellectual, maybe a hypocritical one. I would feel as though I were using you. How can I become a simple, sincere sannyasin?
- Question 6
- I sometimes feel such a fear of missing, as if I were in a school, and if I didn't do the right thing I would flunk out.
- Question 7 from Madhuri
- Osho, please, what are you doing to me?
- Question 8
- What did Jesus mean when he said in his sermon on the mount, 'Blessed are the poor in spirit'?
- Question 9 from Sw Vishnu Chaitanya
- Without any reason I do some jobs in a hurry; especially eating.
- Question 10
- So many questions have been asked of you. Is there a limit after which no more new questions can be found?
- Question 11
- You seem to advocate commitment and non-attachment in love, whether with master or lover. I don't understand how one can be committed and unattached at the same time.
- Question 12
- You seem to emphasize different points every day: Being ordinary, being aware, being meditative, and so on. If I try to practice them all I get confused trying to reach a harmony of all. Should I just forget, and be spontaneous?
- Question 13
- Dear Osho, hello.
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