The Transmission of the Lamp ~ 15

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event type discourse
date & time 2 Jun 1986 pm
location Punta Del Este, Montevideo, Uruguay
language English
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shorttitle TRANSM15
Reader of the questions: Ma Prem Maneesha.
Question 1 from Jay
Beloved Osho, I have done or had everything of this world that I have ever wanted. I seem to have run out of ambition to achieve anything further. Even enlightenment appears to be a remote and impossible goal, outside the realm of my understanding.
I love to see you and to be with you and I love to sail. Apart from these, it feels like I am simply waiting and biding my time. There is nothing to do and nowhere to go. However I have a sense of sadness and a feeling of unfulfillment.
Please comment.
Question 2
Beloved Osho, most of my life I have been living behind someone. I have been switching back and forth between putting myself on the line and hiding behind someone or something. I only hide when it gets too hot, so I stay safe. But this is not working anymore for me as I realize what I am doing, and it feels that it is time for me to decide to do one or the other.
Can you please comment?
Question 3 from Kaveesha
Beloved Osho, listening to you, I hear the constant eternal message of awareness, relaxation, being in the moment, undisturbed. Because of this blessing from you, this gift of these keys to freedom, I feel to devote all hypnosis sessions to these suggestions. Counting from seven to one, remaining alert, fully relaxed, moving into the silence, undisturbed, watching as the mind and emotions are further away. This has been happening for the past ten days.
Am I in tune with your guidance?
Please comment.
Question 4
Beloved Osho, you brought this sutra of Tilopa's to life in Poona. Would you speak on this again as we go deeper and deeper?
Do nought with the body, but relax.
Shut firm the mouth, and silent remain.
Empty your mind, and think of nought.
Do nought with the body, but relax.
Question 5
Beloved Osho, Sigmund Freud has said that a spoiled child, especially one who is loved by the mother, has an open road to success.
Buddha was spoiled very much.
Jesus -- having such a Jewish mother -- was spoiled too.
You were completely spoiled by your parents and grandparents.
It seems that spoiling and enlightenment walk together hand-in-hand.
For years you have been spoiling us so much, and now it seems that we are completely, totally spoiled.
Are we ready for enlightenment, or will you spoil us even more?


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