Osho, a contemporary mystic has spoken on virtually every aspect of human consciousness. In these talks, the human mind is put under the microscope as never before, analyzed down to the smallest detail.
In his talks Osho creates an experiential atmosphere — the world of the Zen masters becomes a living experience for Osho’s audience.
Watch this excerpt:
“Now the sutra …. The sutra is long and the night is short. I hope that I will be able to finish it before sunrise!
When the novice monk, Gao, first called on Yakusan, Yakusan asked him, “Where do you come from?”
“This question is asked again and again and again:
“Where do you come from?” It does not refer to the place, it refers to the space. It refers to your ultimate home from where you have come. Gao Said, “From Nanyue,” — the name of his village. He could not understand, he was a newcomer. He had no idea why Zen masters ask, “Where do you come from?” They are asking, “Have you meditated? Have you been to the center of your being…”
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