The Razor's Edge ~ 10
|date & time||2 Mar 1987 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 40min. Quality: good.|
|video||Available, duration 1h 51min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
- Question 1 from Sw Milarepa
- Beloved Osho, was Rabindrinath's longing, his creative angst, the very thing that in the end became an obstacle to his enlightenment? Am I also destined to die with tears in my eyes, and a pocket full of songs?
- Question 2 from Shanti Animisha
- Beloved Osho, can one meditate too much?
- Question 3 from Veet Kamal
- Beloved Osho, I loved the story about the sun and darkness. As far as my watching is concerned, instead of being a sun, I feel more like I am carrying an old Indian flashlight, having to make an effort to push the button. I hear you talking about making an effort, not trying, but letting it happen. The problem is, when I don't push this button there is no light, and what is happening on its own is darkness. Beloved Osho, could you put some light on this effortless effort, as far as watching and awareness are concerned?
- Question 4 from Devadip
- Beloved Osho, during the eight years I have been your disciple, my trust in you and existence has become stronger and stronger. My love for you is very changeable -- sometimes being with you, my eyes are full of tears; sometimes there is a deep silence, like waves drowning me; and sometimes it looks like nothing is happening. Is trust coming from my being, and love from my heart? Can you please shine your light on what is happening?
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