The Ultimate Alchemy Vol 1 ~ 16

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event type discourse
date & time 6 Jun 1972 am
location Woodlands, Bombay
language English
audio Available, duration 1h 42min. Quality: inferior. Questions have been voiced over (under revision).
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shorttitle ULTAL116
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Reader of the questions: unknown (voiced over).
Question 1
Osho, last night you said that the mind cannot do two things together -- that is, thinking and witnessing. It seems then that witnessing is a mental faculty and an act of the mind. Is it so? Please explain. Is there anything like partial witnessing and total witnessing?
Question 2
Osho, last night you spoke about witnessing as a method; other times I have heard you speak about becoming a thing totally, being totally involved in any given situation. Usually I am at a loss as to which of these two to follow: whether to stand back and witness in a detached why or to become something totally -- for example, when there is anger or love or sadness.
Are these not two opposite paths? Are they both for different kinds of situations or for different types of people? When should one do which?


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