The Rebellious Spirit ~ 22

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event type discourse
date & time 21 Feb 1987, 8:00
location Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune
language English
audio Available, duration 1h 22min. Quality: good.
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shorttitle SPIRIT22
Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
Question 1 from Prem Vishva
Beloved Osho, moving into aloneness, into such silence, peace and bliss, I suddenly realized that at the same time I was coming closer and closer to you. Dancing with your love, never before have I been in such a space -- coming home at last. But I have to go soon, and I am so afraid to lose it. I feel so fragile, so vulnerable. How can I take care of this treasure, help it to grow and share it at the same time over there?
Question 2 from Prem Prasado
Beloved Osho, I have a question about guilt. I can't see it, or taste it, or touch it, but somehow it is always there -- especially when I am doing nothing. It only disappears when I am working, and returns immediately at the thought of dancing, or singing, or meditating. What is the mechanism of guilt and will I ever be free of it?
Question 3 from Ma Yoga Pragya
Beloved Osho, I finally got the courage to expose myself. Help! I am falling apart! My head wants something, my heart something else, my being yet something different, and my body something else. While taking decisions in worldly matters they are not in tune with each other. My head, mind, heart, being and body never agree on one thing. So, beloved master, when I cannot be in harmony with myself, how can I be in harmony with you and existence?
Osho, please harmonize me!
Question 4 from Deva Majnu
Beloved Osho, how to be with the work and the silence together, friendliness and aloneness, excitement and calmness at the same time?
Question 5 from Prem Purna
Edited excerpt: 10min 00sec, question 5 **
Beloved Osho, would you please speak about the the differences between wanting, desiring, and longing?
Question 6 from Prem Arup
Beloved Osho, when we dissolve into the universal consciousness, and yet retain our individuality, will we still be able to recognize our friends? Will I be able to recognize you? There are some people I just don't want to let go of.


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