Tao The Three Treasures Vol 1 ~ 10
|date & time||20 Jun 1975 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Poona|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 29min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
- Question 1
- Do wisdom and understanding increase gradually or do they come as explosions?
- Question 2
- Do Taoists agree with the happening of sudden enlightenment or the gradual one?
- Question 3
- You have said that any question is violent, yet we are encouraged to ask questions. Why is this?
- Question 4
- Werner Erhard, a Western yogi, says that problems that you have been trying to change or put up with clear up in the process of life itself. How does this relate to meditation? Are the two incompatible?
- Question 5
- You once said that in the question lies the answer so the nature of the question determines the nature of the answer. What is then the most fundamental question the mind can ask?
- Question 6
- You called us the "ancient ones." If we have been with other masters in past lives, how is it possible that we could have missed them so consistently?
- Question 7
- You said that Lao Tzu was born old. How did he achieve his wisdom and maturity? Was a master necessary to bring him to the point where he could be born old?
- Question 8
- You said that you are merely a presence and cannot do anything. But I and everybody else feel all the time that in your compassion for us you are influencing us and events to bring us closer to your temple. Is this just our imagination playing tricks?
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