Hyakujo The Everest of Zen ~ 08
|event type||discourse & meditation|
|date & time||3 Oct 1988 pm|
|location||Gautam the Buddha Auditorium, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 28min. Quality: good.|
Osho leading meditation from 1:14:34.
Live music after the discourse.
|video||Available, duration 1h 41min. Quality: good.|
|online text||find the PDF of this discourse|
- Reader of the sutra: Ma Prem Maneesha. Questions are being read by Osho himself.
After discourse Osho leads No-Mind Meditation.
- The sutra
- A monk asked, "Are words and speech also mind?"
- Hyakujo replied, "Words and speech are concurrent causes; they are not mind."
- The monk continued, "What is this mind which lies beyond words and speech?"
- "There is no mind beyond words and speech," responded Hyakujo.
- The monk said, "If there is no mind beyond words and speech, what is that mind in reality?"
- Hyakujo said, "Mind is without form and characteristics. It is neither beyond nor not beyond words and speech. It is forever clear and still, and can perform its function freely and without hindrance. The patriarch said, 'It is only when the mind is seen to be unreal that the dharma of all minds can be truly understood.'"
- Question 1
- Beloved Osho, you won't break our hearts and return to your room, never to venture out again, will you?
- It is selfish of me, but I continue hoping that we can keep you with us -- that Sardarji will keep laughing and Avirbhava will keep screaming; that the sutras will be juicy enough, and that the questions make it clear that we very much still need you here with us.
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