The Inward Revolution ~ 08

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event type interview
date & time 9 Jan 1971 pm
location Woodlands, Bombay
language English
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shorttitle ESO10
Description of this chapter in The Inward Revolution (1973) #8: "Text of an interview with Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh by Miss Ranney and Miss Donna Sharkey, California, U.S.A., on January 9, 1971 in Bombay, India." Chapter title: "The Windows of Religion and the Sky of Truth"
In The Psychology of the Esoteric (1978) #10 ** : the chapter title is: "Windows to the Divine".
Reader of the questions: unknown.
Question 1
Bhagwan, in Indian philosophies the nature of the Ultimate Truth has been described as truth (Satyam), beauty (Sundaram) and goodness (Shivam). Are these the characteristics of God?
Question 2
Are you saying we do not need the window to go into the sky?
Question 3
But how does one get front the room into the sky without the window? Are you saying we do not need the window?
Question 4
Does one need the window to go into the sky ?
Question 5
Once one is in the sky, then there are no words until one comes back into the room. And then comes the story.
Question 6
After one returns to the room, does one look through all three windows ?
Question 7
Could they become one window?
Question 6
Is there a window for every consciousness, for each man?
Question 7
It seems there are so few Christians who have gone to the sky and who have come back with this concept.
Question 8
They did not tell us it was the same sky, did they?
Question 9
Did they tell us this?
Question 10
In India the differences seem to be less.
Question 11
The Indian saints seem to be less aware of any difference. There is more difference in the West.
Question 12
So the organizations are a curtain to us and will have to go in order for us to see the sky!
Question 13
Are they obstacles?
Question 14
So the Western mind will have to expand as the Eastern mind has?
Question 15
Ramakrishna says that the Bhakti approach is most suitable for this "Kaliyuga". Is that so?

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