Vigyan Bhairav Tantra Vol 2 ~ 12
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|date & time
|27 May 1973 pm
|Available, duration 1h 29min. Quality: good.
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- Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
- Question 1
- The other night you said that philosophies are anti-meditation. But on the other hand you agree that the Eastern philosophies such as tantra, yoga and vedant, are the writings of enlightened sages. Why do the enlightened sages leave behind them a strong structure of philosophical contemplation, if philosophies are anti-meditation?
- Question 2
- Can problems be solved through thinking?
- Question 3
- What is the difference between gazing at an open clear sky, gazing at an enlightened master's photo, and gazing at the darkness?
- Question 4
- You have said that science experiments with the objective, and religion with the subjective. But now there is a new growing science, psychology, or more accurately, depth psychology, which is both subjective and objective. So science and religion meet in depth psychology.
- Question 5
- You have spoken about so many methods and techniques. The yearning to succeed in them is very great. How can we overcome our great impatience?
- Question 6
- The other day you said that darkness is more fundamental to existence, while most religions hold the contrary view. Will you kindly shed some more light on this question, particularly in view of what modern science has to say about it? Does it not say that the last divisible components of matter are just electric energy?
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