The Razor's Edge ~ 18
|date & time||6 Mar 1987 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 12min. Quality: good.|
Live music after the discourse.
|video||Available, duration 1h 23min. Quality: good, but a constant audio-noise (under revision).|
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- Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
- Question 1 from Dhyan Sarvam
- Beloved Osho, in discourse I followed past words, disregarding feelings, into air and the pattern of my being. Is it really this simple? Now moving into mysterious depths, no universal visions -- just me, here amongst the birds, the trees, the people -- in all its suchness. No searching, no longing, just living me... I know this to be true, but I also need your answer. In this context, then what is enlightenment?
- Question 2 from Yasuhiro Janiguchi
- Beloved Osho, I am a student from Japan. "Where there is a will, there is a way." Please tell me about it, Osho.
- Question 3
- Beloved Osho, tears gently falling in rivers down my face... just so tired of trying, struggling, fighting to be what I think I should be in order to get what I think I need. Beloved, even with you I tried so hard. In this giving up... the gap, the beauty, the unknown... fears meet trust. Osho, could it be that this river is flowing towards life, towards you, towards the ocean? Thank you, my master.
- Question 4 from Chidananda
- Beloved Osho, thank you for throwing most of my questions in your garbage bin. At first it hurts the ego, but not really that much. You are showing me how my questions are unnecessary. Either I'm trying to be smart, trying to write an unusual question, or trying to be funny, hoping to make everybody laugh. But I realize I'm always trying to prove something, which is nonsense. My beloved master, it occurred to me that maybe you want me to stop asking questions and simply shut up. Has the time really come? Sometimes I have wondered if that time had not come already a long time ago.
- Question 5 from Deva Sukhkanda
- Beloved Osho, in my mind there is a very subtle conditioning, and that is: giving and receiving always have to be balanced. You say that action and reward are two sides of the same coin, but still sometimes I feel that to receive so much from you is not right. Thank you!
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