Dang Dang Doko Dang ~ 10

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event type discourse
date & time 20 Jun 1976 am
location Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Poona
language English
audio Available, duration 1h 37min. Quality: good.
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shorttitle DANG10
In all available audio, the last question + answer is missing:
Question: "For Enlightenment does one neet a human body? Can't a dog or a tree which is flowering get enlightened?"
Osho: "Dang, dang, doko dang, doko dang."
It seems either it inserted by editors or taken from somewhere else. After answer to previous question (Q4) Osho says "Enough for today".
Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
Question 1
I have too much sexual energy burning within my body. When I dance, sometimes I feel I am going to kill the whole world and at some stages so much anger and violence bubbles within my body that I can't channelise the energy into meditation techniques and it drives me crazy. I don't feel to go into the sex act but violent energy is still burning like volcanic fire. I can't bear it and it makes me sometimes suicidal. Please explain how to give a creative outlet to this energy.
Question 2 from Sw Prem Dhyan
For the last ten days I have felt tremendously happy -- as I never did before. Just being myself and accepting me as I am feels great. Sometimes this incredibly good feeling is disturbed by two thoughts. First, will this stay that way? Can I keep this feeling in the future? And second, why did I have to become so old before I reached this point? I cannot forget and still I feel sorry for all those years that I did not live at all. Please explain how to get rid of these disturbances of my happiness.
Question 3
The other day I took a piece of paper and did a little doodling or free writing, and I was pained to find that I was full of self-condemnation and self-pity. I had not a nice word for me in that long note. Is it that I am too idealistic and self-centred and is there a way out of this darkness?
Question 4
The other day you said that effort is dangerous, but hard work is needed in the meditations. For my German mind, effort equals hard work. Is there hard work without effort?
[Not on audio]
For enlightenment does one need a human body? Can't a dog or a tree which is flowering get enlightened?


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