The Golden Future ~ 19
|date & time||21 May 1987 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 34min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Maneesha.
- Question 1 from Vimal
- Beloved Osho, I have just finished reading the book about Jesus and his journey to Kashmir after the crucifixion, and now I have a photographic picture in my mind of the man and his unquenchable thirst for truth. Hearing stories about you, or the Buddha before enlightenment, there was the same unquenchable thirst. But here I am with you feeling like a dry leaf, blowing in the wind -- searching for truth, but being distracted by every gust of wind that takes me wherever it wishes to. Will being in your presence more and more help me to intensify my search, and enable me to use these gusts of wind to take me further on the path towards truth?
- Question 2 from Ma Puja Melissa
- Beloved Osho, the other day, out of the silence of your namaste came the unexpected gift of your dance. My heart burst open, and suddenly I was like a child, innocent and utterly in awe of the mystery of your presence. Would you please say something about how it is that the slightest gesture made by you affects us so deeply?
- Question 3 from Deva Waduda
- Beloved Osho, how can I tell the difference between one part of the mind observing another part of the mind, and the watcher? Can the watcher watch itself? One time I thought I had got it and then that same day I heard you say in a discourse, "If you think you've got the watcher, you've missed." Since then I try watching feelings in the body, thoughts, and emotions. Mostly, I'm just caught in them. But, once in a while, rarely, I feel tremendously relaxed and nothing stays -- it just keeps moving. Is there anything to do?
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