The Hidden Splendor ~ 11
|date & time||17 Mar 1987 pm|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 59min. Quality: good.|
Live music after the discourse.
|video||Available, duration 2h 8min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
- Question 1 from Manish Bharti
- Beloved Osho, you tell us to be aware of everything -- which means to be a witness to everything, every act. When I decide to be aware in work, I forget about awareness, and when I become aware that I was not aware. I feel guilty; I feel that I have made a mistake. Could you please explain?
- Question 2 from Anand Trinda
- Beloved Osho, please talk to us of tension and relaxation. Usually, when I sit in front of you I relax all through myself. I lose any alertness I may have. When I am alert, there is a subtle tension which I need to maintain this wakefulness. It winds me up like a spring and then I feel horrible. How can I stay awake without all this tension? How to find the stillness, though busy? I watch you move and sit with such joy.
- Question 3 from Sw Devageet
- Beloved Osho, rocks easily destroy flowers. The politicians and religions sense that enlightenment, freedom and individuality threaten their power. Is it fear alone that is the basis of the dark use of intelligence to crush man's finest blossoms? Or is there an unconscious urge for "endarkenment" too?
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