The Rebellious Spirit ~ 27

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event type discourse
date & time 23 Feb 1987, 19:00
location Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Pune
language English
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shorttitle SPIRIT27
Reader of the questions: Sw Anand Vimal.
Question 1 from Sarjano
Beloved Osho, last year in Bombay, you said that since I've met you there has never been a no in me. Yes, Osho, that is true. And yet, the other night, I saw my head shaking in a deep no to your words. When you said I love you too much, I felt for the first time a no in me, so total, so deep. For a moment I heard my heart singing, no, no, no -- it is not too much, there is space in my being to love you much more. So I guess you were joking, or using poetic license, or a metaphor. I don't like to say no to you, but if you dare to repeat that I love you too much I will start to laugh and say, "No, Osho, no," again and again, "no, Osho."
Question 2 from Sw Milarepa
Beloved Osho, in the discourses after you have danced with us and left the hall, something seems to linger in the air in this mandir that is not unlike the fragrance of a rare flower, ephemeral, and yet so tangible to the senses. Sometimes the silence is so profound that were my eyes closed I would never know that you were physically no more among us. Would you please say something about this phenomenon?
Question 3 from Sw Antar Rituraj
Beloved Osho, several years ago my wife saw your picture and said, "There is an enlightened man." I said, "They are all fake, and India's caste system and poverty are evidence of that." I am a four-year-old sannyasin, and she is not. What happened?


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