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Latest revision as of 22:25, 17 October 2019

event type discourse
date & time 26 Apr 1976 am
location Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Poona
language English
audio Available, duration 1h 27min. Quality: good.
online audio
video Not available
online video
see also
online text find the PDF of this discourse
shorttitle YOGA0906
notes
synopsis
Reader of the questions: n/a; questions are being read by Osho himself.
Question 1
The body is becoming more and more sensitive; it seems to vibrate at a faster rate.
The more work on consciousness and awareness, the less conscious awareness is there.
Meditation seems to be taking a new form unrecognizable and incomparable to the previous meditation states or experiences.
There is less time and space and tranquil conditions for passive, receptive meditation in the midst of noise and physical chaos, yet something is happening.
Immense trust in you is there in the face of this loss of rational understanding.
Please explain, if you will, what indeed is happening and how it is possible to go deeper and deeper in the midst of apparently chaotic conditions.
Question 2
Two, three months back, during the lecture I used to weep a lot.
Now even if you are not saying anything funny, in the moments when I feel closer to you, I just want to laugh and laugh and laugh.
Why is it so?
Question 3 from Bodhidharma
How exactly to treat the following ailments:
First: miserliness.
Second: nagging, worrying perfectionism.
Third: actor personality, that is, always behaving as if on show.
Fourth: pride. This includes pride about what I have lately begun to think is my peacefulness.
Is meditation sufficient to deal with these, or is anything additional needed, such as consciously indulging in them to the extreme or trying to ignore them or perhaps consciously avoiding them?
Question 4
Osho, slowly I feel that you are me.
But then who is this guy in white sitting every morning on that chair?


(source:CD-ROM)


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