If you can become rooted in your being - alert, conscious, watchful - you will see that you are not the body, and you are not the mind, and you are not the heart. You are simply the witnessing soul, and that witnessing will go with you. Then you can witness even death. That witnessing is the source of all religiousness. OSHO
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Thursday, 16 January 2014 |
“Gautam Buddha said as his last statement: ‘Be a light unto yourself’. The day I leave the body please remind me, so that I can make my last statement: ‘Be a joke unto yourself’. That is far more joyful than being a light unto yourself. What are you going to do with a light? Light your cigars, or burn people’s houses?
But being a joke unto yourself, you will be a bliss for everyone…”
Monday, 14 October 2013 |
“Meditation is not to escape from society, but to come back to ourselves and see what is going on. Once there is...
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 |
Do those cells needed for a lively and growing intelligence have only a limited lifespan, so that there is a point beyond which one either becomes senile or stagnates? Or, given the necessary stimulus, is it possible to continue to grow right up to the moment of one’s death?