The Ultimate Alchemy Vol 1 ~ 16
|date & time||6 Jun 1972 am|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 42min. Quality: inferior. Questions have been voiced over (under revision).|
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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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