Dynamics of Meditation ~ 10
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Description of this chapter in Dynamics of Meditation (1973) #10: "Text of an interview with Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh by Ma Yoga Maitri of Tokyo, Neo-Sannyas International President for Japan, Bombay, India." Chapter title: "Witnessing, Dynamic Meditation and Satori"
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- Question 1
- Bhagwan, what is the difference between awareness and witnessing?
- Question 2
- Would you please explain something about your four-stage dynamic meditation method? Doesn't meditation mean "akarma" — no activity?
- Question 3
- How does one know when one has experienced Samadhi, and what is the difference in "experience" between "satori" (in Zen, a glimpse of enlightenment) and Samadhi (Cosmic Consciousness)?
- Question 4
- You mean if there is an endless gap, it is Samadhi?
- Question 5
- What kind of preparations are necessary to experience satori?
- Question 6
- You mean even intellectual tension can be a way to achieve satori?
- Question 7
- But what should we do to achieve it?
- Question 8
- But how is it possible?
- Question 9
- When it happens, should / just be a witness to it?
- Question 10
- Is this surrendering to it also "akarma"?
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