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30. 6. 2014 ob 23:47 #25025SabinaParticipant
A ma še kdo rad Oshoja in njegov humor
tadej pretner 2014-07-01 08:04:283. 7. 2014 ob 20:13 #25076SabinaParticipant
Confusion is a great opportunity. The problem with people
who are not confused is great – they think they know, and they know not. The
people who believe that they have clarity are really in great trouble; their
clarity is very superficial. In fact they know nothing of clarity; what they
call clarity is just stupidity.
Idiots are very very clear – clear in the sense that they do
not have the intelligence to feel confusion.
To feel confusion needs great intelligence.
Only the intelligent ones feel confusion; otherwise the
mediocre go on moving in life, smiling, laughing, accumulating money,
struggling for more power and fame. If you see them you will feel a little
jealous; they look so confident, they even look happy.
If they are succeeding, if their money is increasing and
their power is increasing and their fame is growing, you will feel a little
jealous. You are so confused and they are so clear about their life; they have
a direction, they have a goal, they know how to attain it, and they are
managing, they are already achieving, they are climbing the ladder. And you are
just standing there, confused about what to do, what not to do, what is right
and what is wrong. But this has always been so; the mediocre remains certain.
It is only for the more intelligent to feel confusion, chaos.
Confusion is a great opportunity. It simply says that
through the mind there is no way. If you are really confused you are blessed.
Now something is possible, something immensely valuable; you are on the verge.
If you are utterly confused, that means the mind has failed; now the mind can
no longer supply any certainty to you.
You are coming closer and closer to the death of the mind.
And that is the greatest thing that can happen to any man in life, the greatest
blessing – because once you see that the mind is confusion and there is no way
out through the mind, how long can you go on clinging to the mind? Sooner or
later you will have to drop it; even if you don’t drop it, it will drop of its
own accord. Confusion will become so much, so heavy, that out of sheer
heaviness it will drop. And when the mind drops, confusion disappears.
I cannot say that you attain to certainty, no, because that
too is a word applicable only to the mind and the world of the mind. When there
is confusion, there can be certainty; when confusion disappears, certainty also
You simply are – clear, neither confused nor certain, just a
clarity, a transparency. And that transparency has beauty, that transparency is
grace, it is exquisite.
It is the most beautiful moment in one’s life when there is
neither confusion nor certainty. One simply is, a mirror reflecting that which
is, with no direction, going nowhere, with no idea of doing something, with no
future, just utterly in the moment, tremendously in the moment.
When there is no mind there can be no future, there can be
no program for the future. Then this moment is all, all in all; this moment is
your whole existence. The whole existence starts converging on this moment, and
the moment becomes tremendously significant. It has depth, it has height, it
has mystery, it has intensity, it has fire, it has immediacy, it grips you, it
possesses you, it transforms you.
But I cannot give you certainty; certainty is given by
ideology. Certainty is nothing but patching up your confusion. You are
confused. Somebody says, “Don’t be worried,” and says it very authoritatively,
convinces you with arguments, with scriptures, and patches up your confusion,
covers it with a beautiful blanket – with the Bible, with the Koran, with the
Gita. You feel good but it is temporary, because the confusion is boiling
within. You have not got rid of it, it has only been repressed.
The intelligent person hesitates, ponders, wavers. The
unintelligent never wavers, never hesitates. Where the wise will whisper, the
fool simply declares from the housetops.
Lao Tzu says, “I may be the only muddle-headed man in the
world. Everybody seems to be so certain, except me.” He is right; he has such
tremendous intelligence that he cannot be certain about anything.
I cannot promise you certainty if you drop the mind. I can
promise you only one thing, that you will be clear. There will be clarity,
transparency, you will be able to see things as they are.
Osho, The Book of Wisdom, Talk #43. 7. 2014 ob 21:08 #25077glasParticipant
Sabina wrote: A ma še kdo rad Oshoja in njegov humor
Njegov humor je fenomenalen.. Drugače pa kolikor vem je tukaj na forumu, kar nekaj ljudi, ki jim je Osho všeč..
Tako da fino, da si odprla novo temo prav o Osho-tu, ziher se bo še marsikaj razvijalo tukaj..
“Synchronicity is God’s way of remaining anonymous.”4. 7. 2014 ob 9:46 #25081AVATARČlan4. 7. 2014 ob 10:29 #25084ozelotParticipant
AVATAR wrote: Meni je bil všeč zato, ker je zelo udobno živel, namreč njegovi bogati učenci, so mu prinesli veliko bogastva in vsako jutro si je seksualno privoščil eno od svojih učenk, ni kaj dobro se je znašel.
Večno seksat s ženskami ki jih niti ne poznaš pa res ni lih nevem kaj.
Vedno znova vse po starem4. 7. 2014 ob 11:10 #25085AVATARČlan4. 7. 2014 ob 15:23 #25097strelkaParticipant
kakor vem je tukaj dost fenov tega …
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