The Osho Upanishad ~ 37

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event type discourse
date & time 25 Sep 1986 pm
location Sumila, Juhu, Bombay
language English
audio Available, duration 1h 37min. Quality: good, but a constant noise (under revision).
Live music after the discourse.
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shorttitle UPAN37
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Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Maneesha.
Question 1
Beloved Osho, never before have I felt so much at home with you. This place has such a beautiful vibration, and I feel alot of it is created by your Indian disciples.
Sometimes, it feels that their gestures are in such a melting with your gestures and grace that I start asking myself if we, your Western sannyasins, are missing out on something. To see Indian sannyasins bowing down to you touches my heart deeply, and sometimes I feel that I am missing out. To do the bowing does not feel right, and only once in a while the bowing down happens to me -- which I feel is one of the beautiful moments.
Please comment.
Question 2
Beloved Osho, when I look at my life, it seems that the first twenty-one years were spent in being programmed for an existence which was not my own. When I began to drop this programming, energy became available for the search for the truth.
After fourteen years I found you, my master, and dropping this search, I received energy to explore the nature of love. Now, another seven years later, I am sharing the joy of your presence in love with a beautiful fellow disciple, and it seems I have nothing left to wish for.
Will these moments of perfect contentment last forever, or are they merely preparation for something else?


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