Vigyan Bhairav Tantra Vol 2 ~ 02
|date & time||26 Mar 1973 pm|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 24min. Quality: good, but a slight constant noise.|
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- Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
- Question 1
- Is it not true that an immoral life creates hindrances in meditation?
- Question 2
- If one follows certain laws of life and calls this moral, then is there any objection from a tantric?
- Question 3
- The second sutra discussed yesterday says, 'The purity of other teachings is an impurity to us. In reality, know nothing as pure or impure.' If nothing is impure, then how can the teachings of others be impure?
- Question 4
- If an emotional desire or mood becomes exhilarating for us, and if we do not express it outwardly, does this energy necessarily go back to the source and make the person fresh and energetic?
- Question 5
- You said that one should neither suppress nor indulge in anger, but that one should remain passively alert and meditative. Obviously, it will need a sort of inner effort to avoid suppression or indulgence, but then is this not also a sort of suppression?
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