The Transmission of the Lamp ~ 11
|date & time||31 May 1986 pm|
|location||Punta Del Este, Montevideo, Uruguay|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 40min. Quality: good.|
|video||Available, duration 1h 42min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Maneesha.
- Question 1
- Beloved Osho, I cannot distinguish between imagination and reality. Can I assume that I do not know reality yet, so why not enjoy watching the whole movie without trying to distinguish? Or, is it necessary to be aware of the difference between imagination and reality?
- Question 2
- Beloved Osho, in Japan there is an ancient form of theater, which I studied for a short time, called Noh. In it, the actor moves slowly forwards, one step at a time; simultaneously he focuses inside, and with his energy creates a path behind him. If the audience is really in tune with him, they can also see both his physical movement forward and the path he is creating behind him.
- Osho, you always say that you don't know where you will be in the next moment, you don't care where your feet will be next. My concern is that I be able to see clearly, every moment, the path that you are creating behind you.
- What a wonderful journey to be with you, Osho! We go wherever existence leads us.
- Question 3
- Beloved Osho, a friend wrote to me that two days after her father died, sitting by the corpse she felt an incredible rise of energy in her. What is happening around a dead person, and how should we look after the body of a person who has died?
- Question 4
- Beloved Osho, is it possible that as modern intelligent people become more and more accustomed to change as part of their daily lives, they will also become more open to your radically innovative approach to life?
- Question 5
- Beloved Osho, I love to look into your eyes while in your presence. You have suggested a way to look in the mirror for meditation. Is there a way I can look at you for meditation?
- Question 6
- Beloved Osho, in days past, Sufis had to whirl in order to become aware of their unmoving center. In this rapidly changing world, can the modern man simply stand still and achieve exactly the same effect?
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