January 31, 2011

Is There Security At All Psychologically? - KRISHNAMURTI

KRISHNAMURTI VIDEO Is There Security At All Psychologically?

Meditation Gives Thought It's Right Place - KRISHNAMURTI

KRISHNAMURTI VIDEO Meditation Gives Thought It's Right Place

You are the world - KRISHNAMURTI

KRISHNAKURTI VIDEO You are the world

Can Humans Change? - KRISHNAMURTI

KRISHNAMURTI VIDEO about Can Humans Change?


KRISHNAMURTI VIDEO about creation 

The Nature Of Thought - KRISHNAMURTI


New York 1928, Ojai 1930 - KRISHNAMURTI

KRISHNAMURTI VIDEO  New York 1928, Ojai 1930

It doesn't matter if you die for it - KRISHNAMURTI

KRISHNAMURTI VIDEO about It doesn't matter if you die for it



Books I have Loved - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about Books I have Loved 

Time which touch my soul

OSHO RARE VIDEO Time which touch my soul

Osho 1972 Birthday

Osho 1972 Birthday rare video 



January 30, 2011

Behave As if You Are the First Here - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about Behave As if You Are the First Here

Silence Over Tibet - the Music of OM - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about Silence Over Tibet - the Music of OM 

Apne Prano Ko Padho - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about  Apne Prano Ko Padho (HINDI)

Jivan Ek Avsar Hai - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about  Jivan Ek Avsar Hai (HINDI)

Yah To Madhushala Hai - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about Yah To Madhushala Hai (HINDI)

Nirvikalp Samadhi - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about  Nirvikalp Samadhi (HINDI)

Dhyan, Nirvichar Chitta Ki Dasha - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about  Dhyan, Nirvichar Chitta Ki Dasha (HINDI)

Make Your Belly Your Best Friend (Preview) - OSHO

OSHO VIDEO about  Make Your Belly Your Best Friend (Preview)

January 24, 2011


There is a beauty of the body and there is a beauty of the soul. The beauty of the body is ordinary, momentary, today it is there, and tomorrow it may not be there. And the beauty of the body is more in the eyes of the considered than in the object of the beauty itself, because the same person may be beholder beautiful by one, may be thought ugly by another. But the beauty of the soul is something inner. It is not in the eyes of the onlooker, because it cannot be seen, it is not a question of seeing. It can only be felt. It is not a beauty that can be destroyed by anything. Not even death can touch it, fire cannot burn it, and it is eternal.

In the east mystics have talked about god in two ways. Those who were more intellectually oriented have talked about god as satchidananda. Sat means truth, chid means consciousness, ananda means bliss. Those who were not so intellectually oriented, who were more emotional, devotional, more poetic, more of the heart- they have talked about god as satyam shivam sundaram: truth, goodness, and beauty. These are the two trinities talked about in the east.

Truth is the same in both; it has to be so because god is: that ‘isness’ is his truth. But then the differences arise. The intellectually oriented think of god as consciousness, and then as bliss, because consciousness is continuously seeking for bliss. It is a search for bliss, so the ultimate goal becomes bliss. But the poetic approach is different.

The ultimate goal is always beauty, bliss is a byproduct. When you have experienced the ultimate beauty of existence you feel bliss, but that is a byproduct, a consequence; it is not the goal. To the poet it is not the goal. To the poet it is not relevant even to talk about it. It comes on its own, just as when listening to beautiful music you feel surrounded by a bliss, but your concern is the music, the beauty of it.

Watching a beautiful sunset, a bliss descends, but that is a consequence, it is not the goal. Your concern is the sunset. You are so absorbed in the sunset that bliss has to happen. In such utter silence, in such utter absorption with something beautiful, bliss is bound to happen. One need not think about it.

Hence in the poet’s description of god, satyam- truth- is there, then the change starts, then the paths divert. The second is not consciousness but goodness, virtue, grace, purity, innocence- those are all the meanings of shivam. And when one is graceful, virtuous, pure, innocent, beauty arrives. That beauty is spiritual beauty. You cannot find it in the outer world; you have to go in to the innermost… in the innermost shrine of your being it lives.

But both descriptions are right. They are simply symptomatic of two different minds. Humanity can be divided into two different minds, the intellect oriented person and emotion oriented person. Hence I am reminding you, constantly remind you- be a poet. Your approach towards life has to be that of a poet, of a dancer, of a singer, of a musician. Let god comes to you as beauty. Seek and search for beauty, and wherever you find beauty, bow down. By the side of a rose bush, at the time of sunset, seeing a white cloud floating in the sky, surrender! That will be your prayer. That is going to be your path.

Life can be lived as truth, or as untruth. Ordinarily people live life as untruth. They think it is very clever, intelligent. It is not, it is sheer stupidity. They think they are deceiving others; in fact they are deceived themselves. And when they die their hands will be empty, because you cannot take an untrue life with you beyond death.


January 21, 2011


This is a video of OSHO EK YUGPURUSH presented in sahara samay news channel on 19th jan 2011

January 14, 2011


Meditation is not meant only for spiritual purpose or we have to leave the world and go to the mountains to practice meditation. Meditation simply means to do things in a right way and meditation actually adds grace to our actions and makes our life a joy. Outwardly our actions remain the same but inwardly the quality of action and life changes with meditation. A certain grace, peace and satisfaction surround the person who meditates.

The first step towards meditation is to realize that no amount of worldly success can make me happy. This realization should not be intellectual but personal experience of life. Once we are dissatisfied with the outside world then only can we really think about entering inside the inner world of meditation. Otherwise we will keep gathering things in our life. But that does not bring happiness to our life.

Meditation is a journey towards innocence and joy. As a child we were all alive and fresh like a rose flower. But slowly many ideas and beliefs were forced into our mind by society.  With we lost the spontaneity and purity, which surrounds every child like a blessing from god.

Meditation is a process to get rid of all those foolish concepts of “Do and don’t” and bring us back to that spontaneous state of childhood yet retaining the wisdom which we have earned with experience.

Meditation is a process to “undo whatever wrong is done with us till now”. Meditation means: getting rid of all belief Systems and see the world without wearing goggles of society, religion and upbringing. But for this ‘undoing’ we don’t need to do anything Otherwise “that undoing will become a doing” and our very doing is the root cause of spoiling the innocence of all children. So in meditation “We don’t do anything”. This is the essence of all meditation. In real life we are so used to “doing” that if someone says “don’t do anything and just sit silently” then as sane person it’s a very difficult to act on this idea. Society has made us efficient machines.

Every waking moment of the Day we are bothered with “how to improve our condition”. So this idea of “doing nothing” is not only difficult but seems to be absurd as well. Our very idea of being happy is linked with “doing something “like going to a movie, playing any game or gossiping with friends. That’s why it is very important that we are dissatisfied with the outside world. We have done with stuff like friendships, sex movies, fame, money but nothing is able to satisfy us so we are taking a jump in the inner world. Sometimes many people don’t even feel the need to go into the sensual world as they have understood the futility of the sensual world in previous lives.

Even if we are really interested in practicing meditation and we intellectually understanding that “in meditation nothing needs to be done” then also it is very difficult to stop the doing in meditation. Doing things has become our very nature and we cannot sit idle. In meditation also we start putting our effort and it takes time to stop doing in meditation.

Slowly we slow down and one day we learn the knack to drop the doing in meditation. Meditation, witnessing, silently sitting and looking at the mind, will be of great help.


January 13, 2011


Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in a mirror. But you are eternity and you are the mirror.

Khalil Gibran is trying to say to the poet, “Don’t look outside for beauty. Outside you can find beautiful things, but not beauty.” And those beautiful things are beautiful only because your inner beauty is reflected in them that’s why people differ in their opinions.

There are millions of people who will not stop for a single moment to see a beautiful sunset they don’t see anything in it. There are only a few people who will see a beautiful experience in a sunset, but that beauty is really a reflection the sunset is not more than a mirror. And if you are silently gazing at the sunset, without any disturbance from the thoughts continuously passing and disturbing the image, the sunset is beautiful…some women is beautiful, some man is beautiful.

Have you observed the fact that the same woman who is beautiful today may not look beautiful tomorrow, or may even become a pain in the neck? Today you are dying to get her, and tomorrow you will be dying to get rid of her! Stranger… what happen to the beauty?

The beauty is within you. And when you are allowing the women freedom to be herself, or the man the freedom to be himself, they function like mirror. The moment you start saying, “you should be like this, you should be like that,” you are not allowing the women or a men to be a mirror, you are beginning to make them into a film of a camera.

A mirror is always empty; that’s why it can go on reflecting continuously for eternity. The film is finished in only one reflection because it clings to the reflection. It is not a mirror. If we allow our relationships with people with this great understanding that the allowing should be… that the other should be allowed total freedom to remain whatever she is or he is, perhaps every moment more and more beauty may be revealed.

When people are not possessive of each other they feel the beauty. The moment they are married things start becoming difficult, because now possession comes in. And you always see what you want to see. When the women was not available to you, it was a challenge and the greater the challenge, the more beautiful she was. But once she is chained the challenge is lost, the beauty disappears. The greatest lovers are those who never meet. Meeting is a tragedy.

I have heard about one psychoanalyst who was visiting a madhouse. The superintendent was showing him around. One man was just crying and weeping tears and tears, and he was holding a picture on his chest.
The psychoanalyst asked. “What has happened to this man? -Because I know. I remember, he used to be a professor in the university.”

The superintendent said, “He is a very nice fellow. But do you see the picture he is holding? That is the picture of the women he wanted to get and could not get. So he has gone mad.” The psychoanalyst felt very sad. In the next room, another man was trying to hit his head against the wall, and two people were holding him back.

The psychoanalyst asked. “What has happened to him?”
The superintendent said, “Nothing happened to him, he got married to the same women.”

The one who could not get her still thinks he has missed an opportunity of being in love with a beautiful person. The one who got the opportunity is trying to kill himself-but nobody allows him to kill himself. He has become so much of a nuisance in the house that his family has put him into the madhouse to be taken care of, because with anything he finds, he starts making an effort to kill himself; he is so tortured by the same beautiful women.

It seems that in life whatever seems beautiful to you is only beautiful because it is not yours- the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. It is not the fact, because the same is the problem with the neighbor when he sees your lawn, the grass is greener. It is a mirage that distance creates.

But this is not the true experience of beauty. Only a man like Gautama Buddha can experience beauty, because he has no need and he does not want to possess.


January 7, 2011

WHO AM I ? - Ramana maharshi

As all living beings desire to be happy always, without misery, as in the case of everyone there is observed supreme love for one's self, and as happiness alone is the cause for love, in order to gain that happiness which is one's nature and which is experienced in the state of deep sleep where there is no mind, one should know one's self. For that, the path of knowledge, the inquiry of the form "Who am I?", is the principal means. 

1 . Who am I ? 
The gross body which is composed of the seven humours (dhatus), I am not; the five cognitive sense organs, viz. the senses of hearing, touch, sight, taste, and smell, which apprehend their respective objects, viz. sound, touch, colour, taste, and odour, I am not; the five cognitive sense-organs, viz. the organs of speech, locomotion, grasping, excretion, and procreation, which have as their respective functions speaking, moving, grasping, excreting, and enjoying, I am not; the five vital airs, prana, etc., which perform respectively the five functions of in-breathing, etc., I am not; even the mind which thinks, I am not; the nescience too, which is endowed only with the residual impressions of objects, and in which there are no objects and no functioning's, I am not.

2. If I am none of these, then who am I?
After negating all of the above-mentioned as 'not this', 'not this', that Awareness which alone remains - that I am.

3. What is the nature of Awareness?
The nature of Awareness is existence-consciousness-bliss

4. When will the realization of the Self be gained? 
When the world which is what-is-seen has been removed, there will be realization of the Self which is the seer.

5. Will there not be realization of the Self even while the world is there?
There will not be.

6. Why?
The seer and the object seen are like the rope and the snake. Just as the knowledge of the rope which is the substrate will not arise unless the false knowledge of the illusory serpent goes, so the realization of the Self which is the substrate will not be gained unless the belief that the world is real is removed.

7. When will the world which is the object seen be removed?
When the mind, which is the cause of all cognition's and of all actions, becomes quiescent, the world will disappear.

8. What is the nature of the mind?
What is called 'mind' is a wondrous power residing in the Self. It causes all thoughts to arise. Apart from thoughts, there is no such thing as mind. Therefore, thought is the nature of mind. Apart from thoughts, there is no independent entity called the world. In deep sleep there are no thoughts, and there is no world. In the states of waking and dream, there are thoughts, and there is a world also. Just as the spider emits the thread (of the web) out of itself and again withdraws it into itself, likewise the mind projects the world out of itself and again resolves it into itself. When the mind comes out of the Self, the world appears. Therefore, when the world appears (to be real), the Self does not appear; and when the Self appears (shines) the world does not appear. When one persistently inquires into the nature of the mind, the mind will end leaving the Self (as the residue). What is referred to as the Self is the Atman. The mind always exists only in dependence on something gross; it cannot stay alone. It is the mind that is called the subtle body or the soul (jiva).

9. What is the path of inquiry for understanding the nature of the mind?
That which rises as 'I' in this body is the mind. If one inquires as to where in the body the thought 'I' rises first, one would discover that it rises in the heart. That is the place of the mind's origin. Even if one thinks constantly 'I' 'I', one will be led to that place. Of all the thoughts that arise in the mind, the 'I' thought is the first. It is only after the rise of this that the other thoughts arise. It is after the appearance of the first personal pronoun that the second and third personal pronouns appear; without the first personal pronoun there will not be the second and third.

10. How will the mind become quiescent?
By the inquiry 'Who am I?'. The thought 'who am I?' will destroy all other thoughts, and like the stick used for stirring the burning pyre, it will itself in the end get destroyed. Then, there will arise Self-realization.

11. What is the means for constantly holding on to the thought 'Who am I?' 
When other thoughts arise, one should not pursue them, but should inquire: 'To whom do they arise?' It does not matter how many thoughts arise. As each thought arises, one should inquire with diligence, "To whom has this thought arisen?". The answer that would emerge would be "To me". Thereupon if one inquires "Who am I?", the mind will go back to its source; and the thought that arose will become quiescent. With repeated practice in this manner, the mind will develop the skill to stay in its source. When the mind that is subtle goes out through the brain and the sense-organs, the gross names and forms appear; when it stays in the heart, the names and forms disappear. Not letting the mind go out, but retaining it in the Heart is what is called "inwardness" (antar-mukha). Letting the mind go out of the Heart is known as "externalisation" (bahir-mukha). Thus, when the mind stays in the Heart, the 'I' which is the source of all thoughts will go, and the Self which ever exists will shine. Whatever one does, one should do without the egoity "I". If one acts in that way, all will appear as of the nature of Siva (God).

12. Are there no other means for making the mind quiescent?
Other than inquiry, there are no adequate means. If through other means it is sought to control the mind, the mind will appear to be controlled, but will again go forth. Through the control of breath also, the mind will become quiescent; but it will be quiescent only so long as the breath remains controlled, and when the breath resumes the mind also will again start moving and will wander as impelled by residual impressions. The source is the same for both mind and breath. Thought, indeed, is the nature of the mind. The thought "I" is the first thought of the mind; and that is egoity. It is from that whence egoity originates that breath also originates. Therefore, when the mind becomes quiescent, the breath is controlled, and when the breath is controlled the mind becomes quiescent. But in deep sleep, although the mind becomes quiescent, the breath does not stop. This is because of the will of God, so that the body may be preserved and other people may not be under the impression that it is dead. In the state of waking and in samadhi, when the mind becomes quiescent the breath is controlled. Breath is the gross form of mind. Till the time of death, the mind keeps breath in the body; and when the body dies the mind takes the breath along with it. Therefore, the exercise of breath-control is only an aid for rendering the mind quiescent (manonigraha); it will not destroy the mind (manonasa).

Like the practice of breath-control. meditation on the forms of God, repetition of mantras, restriction on food, etc., are but aids for rendering the mind quiescent.

Through meditation on the forms of God and through repetition of mantras, the mind becomes one-pointed. The mind will always be wandering. Just as when a chain is given to an elephant to hold in its trunk it will go along grasping the chain and nothing else, so also when the mind is occupied with a name or form it will grasp that alone. When the mind expands in the form of countless thoughts, each thought becomes weak; but as thoughts get resolved the mind becomes one-pointed and strong; for such a mind Self-inquiry will become easy. Of all the restrictive rules, that relating to the taking of sattvic food in moderate quantities is the best; by observing this rule, the sattvic quality of mind will increase, and that will be helpful to Self-inquiry.

13. The residual impressions (thoughts) of objects appear wending like the waves of an ocean. When will all of them get destroyed? 
As the meditation on the Self rises higher and higher, the thoughts will get destroyed.

14. Is it possible for the residual impressions of objects that come from beginningless time, as it were, to be resolved, and for one to remain as the pure Self?
Without yielding to the doubt "Is it possible, or not?", one should persistently hold on to the meditation on the Self. Even if one be a great sinner, one should not worry and weep "O! I am a sinner, how can I be saved?"; one should completely renounce the thought "I am a sinner"; and concentrate keenly on meditation on the Self; then, one would surely succeed. There are not two minds - one good and the other evil; the mind is only one. It is the residual impressions that are of two kinds - auspicious and inauspicious. When the mind is under the influence of auspicious impressions it is called good; and when it is under the influence of inauspicious impressions it is regarded as evil.

The mind should not be allowed to wander towards worldly objects and what concerns other people. However bad other people may be, one should bear no hatred for them. Both desire and hatred should be eschewed. All that one gives to others one gives to one's self. If this truth is understood who will not give to others? When one's self arises all arises; when one's self becomes quiescent all becomes quiescent. To the extent we behave with humility, to that extent there will result good. If the mind is rendered quiescent, one may live anywhere.

15. How long should inquiry be practised? 
As long as there are impressions of objects in the mind, so long the inquiry "Who am I?" is required. As thoughts arise they should be destroyed then and there in the very place of their origin, through inquiry. If one resorts to contemplation of the Self unintermittently, until the Self is gained, that alone would do. As long as there are enemies within the fortress, they will continue to sally forth; if they are destroyed as they emerge, the fortress will fall into our hands.

16. What is the nature of the Self?
What exists in truth is the Self alone. The world, the individual soul, and God are appearances in it. like silver in mother-of-pearl, these three appear at the same time, and disappear at the same time. The Self is that where there is absolutely no "I" thought. That is called "Silence". The Self itself is the world; the Self itself is "I"; the Self itself is God; all is Siva, the Self.

17. Is not everything the work of God? 
Without desire, resolve, or effort, the sun rises; and in its mere presence, the sun-stone emits fire, the lotus blooms, water evaporates; people perform their various functions and then rest. Just as in the presence of the magnet the needle moves, it is by virtue of the mere presence of God that the souls governed by the three (cosmic) functions or the fivefold divine activity perform their actions and then rest, in accordance with their respective karmas. God has no resolve; no karma attaches itself to Him. That is like worldly actions not affecting the sun, or like the merits and demerits of the other four elements not affecting all pervading space.

18. Of the devotees, who is the greatest? 
He who gives himself up to the Self that is God is the most excellent devotee. Giving one's self up to God means remaining constantly in the Self without giving room for the rise of any thoughts other than that of the Self. Whatever burdens are thrown on God, He bears them. Since the supreme power of God makes all things move, why should we, without submitting ourselves to it, constantly worry ourselves with thoughts as to what should be done and how, and what should not be done and how not? We know that the train carries all loads, so after getting on it why should we carry our small luggage on our head to our discomfort, instead of putting it down in the train and feeling at ease?

19. What is non-attachment?
As thoughts arise, destroying them utterly without any residue in the very place of their origin is non-attachment. Just as the pearl-diver ties a stone to his waist, sinks to the bottom of the sea and there takes the pearls, so each one of us should be endowed with non-attachment, dive within oneself and obtain the Self-Pearl.

20. Is it not possible for God and the Guru to effect the release of a soul? 
God and the Guru will only show the way to release; they will not by themselves take the soul to the state of release. In truth, God and the Guru are not different. Just as the prey which has fallen into the jaws of a tiger has no escape, so those who have come within the ambit of the Guru's gracious look will be saved by the Guru and will not get lost; yet, each one should by his own effort pursue the path shown by God or Guru and gain release. One can know oneself only with one's own eye of knowledge, and not with somebody else's. Does he who is Rama require the help of a mirror to know that he is Rama?

21. Is it necessary for one who longs for release to inquire into the nature of categories (tattvas)? 
Just as one who wants to throw away garbage has no need to analyse it and see what it is, so one who wants to know the Self has no need to count the number of categories or inquire into their characteristics; what he has to do is to reject altogether the categories that hide the Self. The world should be considered like a dream.

22. Is there no difference between waking and dream?
Waking is long and a dream short; other than this there is no difference. Just as waking happenings seem real while awake. so do those in a dream while dreaming. In dream the mind takes on another body. In both waking and dream states thoughts. names and forms occur simultaneously.

23. Is it any use reading books for those who long for release? 
All the texts say that in order to gain release one should render the mind quiescent; therefore their conclusive teaching is that the mind should be rendered quiescent; once this has been understood there is no need for endless reading. In order to quieten the mind one has only to inquire within oneself what one's Self is; how could this search be done in books? One should know one's Self with one's own eye of wisdom. The Self is within the five sheaths; but books are outside them. Since the Self has to be inquired into by discarding the five sheaths, it is futile to search for it in books. There will come a time when one will have to forget all that one has learned.

24. What is happiness? 
Happiness is the very nature of the Self; happiness and the Self are not different. There is no happiness in any object of the world. We imagine through our ignorance that we derive happiness from objects. When the mind goes out, it experiences misery. In truth, when its desires are fulfilled, it returns to its own place and enjoys the happiness that is the Self. Similarly, in the states of sleep, samadhi and fainting, and when the object desired is obtained or the object disliked is removed, the mind becomes inward-turned, and enjoys pure Self-Happiness. Thus the mind moves without rest alternately going out of the Self and returning to it. Under the tree the shade is pleasant; out in the open the heat is scorching. A person who has been going about in the sun feels cool when he reaches the shade. Someone who keeps on going from the shade into the sun and then back into the shade is a fool. A wise man stays permanently in the shade. Similarly, the mind of the one who knows the truth does not leave Brahman. The mind of the ignorant, on the contrary, revolves in the world, feeling miserable, and for a little time returns to Brahman to experience happiness. In fact, what is called the world is only thought. When the world disappears, i.e. when there is no thought, the mind experiences happiness; and when the world appears, it goes through misery.

25. What is wisdom-insight (jnana-drsti)?
Remaining quiet is what is called wisdom-insight. To remain quiet is to resolve the mind in the Self. Telepathy, knowing past, present and future happenings and clairvoyance do not constitute wisdom-insight.

26. What is the relation between desirelessness and wisdom?
Desirelessness is wisdom. The two are not different; they are the same. Desirelessness is refraining from turning the mind towards any object. Wisdom means the appearance of no object. In other words, not seeking what is other than the Self is detachment or desirelessness; not leaving the Self is wisdom.

27. What is the difference between inquiry and meditation? 
Inquiry consists in retaining the mind in the Self. Meditation consists in thinking that one's self is Brahman, existence-consciousness-bliss.

28. What is release?
Inquiring into the nature of one's self that is in bondage, and realising one's true nature is release.


January 5, 2011


Question: What happens to a person after death?
Maharshi: Engage yourself in the living present. The future will take care of itself. Do not worry about the future. The state before creation and the process of creation are dealt with in the scriptures in order that you may know the present. Because you say you are born, therefore they say, yes, and add that God created you.

But do you see God or anything else in your sleep? If God is real, why does he not shine forth in your sleep also? You always are, you are the same now as you were in sleep. You are not different from that one in sleep. But why should there be differences in the feelings or experiences of the two states?

Did you ask, while asleep, questions regarding your birth? Did you then ask ‘Where do I go after death?’ Why think of all these questions now in the waking state? Let what is born think of its birth and the remedy, its cause and ultimate results.


January 4, 2011


Conversation of ma yogamaitri with osho
Ma Yoga Maitri
How should I plan to proceed in this method of yours when I go back to Japan?

Do not plan anything. Just go on digging. Things will take their own course. Planning always presupposes frustration. When you plan you create seeds of frustration. Do not plan. Just go on digging. Let it come.

It is always beautiful when it comes by itself. It is always fulfilling, never frustrating, because there has been no expectation! Where there is no expectation, you are never disappointed. The less you are disheartened the more you can do. The more you are disheartened, the less you do!

So I say again: "do not plan." Just go on. Let it come by itself. Let it come. It will come. When we plan, we hinder the way of its coming. Because of our plans, the plans we have made, life cannot work. Our plans come in the way. I have made my life without plan and I have never been frustrated. There is no question of frustration.

So, I am always successful! I cannot be a failure as there is no plan against which I calculate. No failure is a failure, no success is a success, only our conceptions and pre-determined plans make them so. If you fail in your plan you feel disappointed; the ego is hurt. If you succeed, the ego is strengthened and it will plan more, ceaselessly, causing perpetual strain and burden on the mind. The ego is always in fear of life. In life we never know what is going to happen, so we make plans for our security. Life disturbs them, as we are not whole and sole. We are only a negligibly small part of the infinite existence,

Ma Yoga Maitri
The plan I was following in Japan, seems to be identical with yours.

Yes, it will be so. The moment you start planning, you begin to compare and contrast. Doubts and fears will catch hold of you. "Will I succeed? Is it possible? What will happen? What will people say?" The moment you plan, the seeds of frustration take root. Now anxiety follows. 

We normally plan to be free from anxiety but the plan itself is an anxiety! We become anxious! The anxiety comes because of planning.

So do not plan. Just go on. You do not plan your breathing! You just go on breathing. So let it come easily. And all that comes easily becomes Divine. And all that comes with effort cannot be divine. The divine comes effortlessly. It is in fact coming all the time. So let it come. Just let go of yourself and see; things will begin to move. You will find yourself in the midst of movement, but there will be no anxiety. Then there will not be any trouble created for the mind. If something happens, it is alright. If nothing happens, then too it is alright. Everything is alright with this type of a mind.

Only then you can do something for meditation, otherwise not. Because meditation is not a business, it should not be made a business. Then you will not be helpful to others towards meditation; much less to yourself. Rather, you will be suicidal to your own meditation, as it will be a burden to you.

Ma Yoga Maitri
So I should not plan!

But if you plan for not to plan, then again the same thing will happen. Do not plan - just go on. If meditation has come to you, if something has flowered in you, the perfume will spread. It will work in its own way.

Something has happened to you. You are calm and at ease. Tranquility is achieved. it will work. You will not have to work. It will gather people there. They will come by themselves. They will ask. Let them plan. You just go and meditate. Things will begin to happen. They must happen. Only then they have a beauty of their own - a beatitude, otherwise not.

Business is always tiring. It has no beauty, no joy. Meditation is not a business. Yet it has been converted into a business in India - a flourishing business. There are shops and there are factories. Do not take meditation in this way. You have experienced meditation. You have come to a door. You have seen something. You have felt something. Let it go on. Let God work.

Go completely without planning. Do not think about it at all. You just be there. Your very presence will begin to work. Only then it will be my work. If you plan, then it will not be my work at all. That way, you will be merely distracting yourself and others. You will not be a help to others in meditation if you yourself are tense. You cannot help. You will be helpful only if you go without planning. Just go. Sit there. Meditate and see what happens. Things are bound to take their own course.


January 3, 2011


OSHO: As far as my mission in life is concerned, there is no such thing as my mission. Neither is there any my, nor is there any mission. I am not teaching something to others – there is no message to be given to the world. Messages are many, missions are enough – and there is no lack of missionaries, nor is there any lack of thoughts, ideologies, isms. On the contrary, the mind of the world is much too burdened with these things. To me it seems that if the mind of man can be unburdened, only then is there any possibility of living the truth, or of feeling life in its totality. 

Ideologies, thoughts, isms, missions, they all add to the burden of the mind. The more the mind knows, the less it becomes capable of knowing; knowledge is the only hindrance towards knowing. Knowing is something quite different from knowledge. Knowledge means thoughts, and knowledge means borrowed learning. Knowing means a mind which is unburdened of everything that is known; a mind in the state of knowing is simply ignorant – it doesn’t know anything, it is humble. And to be humble, one has to unlearn what has become a burden.

The known must cease for the unknown to be. And life is unknown, and truth is unknown, yet we are all burdened with knowledge. This attitude of knowledge becomes a hindrance towards the void, which goes into the unchartered, into the unknown, the unacquainted, the unlearnt. 

So to me there is nothing to be preached or to be taught – I am not a teacher in that sense. Rather, I am awakened – not a teacher. And the first awakening that is required today is the awakening of the humble attitude of an unlearnt, unknowledgeable mind, a mind that is open and not closed. 

This humility is needed but you cannot teach this humility through a mission, because a mission becomes an organization. A mission becomes, in the long run, the vested interest. A mission becomes a sect; a mission becomes interested, not in the unknown, but in the knowledge that the mission has to impart to others. 

So every type of mission burdens the human mind. And the need is to be unburdened.

There are things which can be known by others; information can be imparted. As far as science is concerned – the complete knowledge known as scientific knowledge – there are things that can be imparted. Then there is the possibility of a school, of a teacher, of a mission.... But there are things as far as the inner is concerned... as far as the divine is concerned, and these things cannot be made part and parcel of a dead knowledge. They cannot be condensed into maxims, nor is there any possibility for any objective experimentation or for a laboratory where more than one person can experiment and come to a conclusion. There is no such possibility. The inner, the divine, is basically individual, is basically subjective. One knows, but cannot impart the knowledge to others.

One knows and lives.... Others may feel the perfume, may feel the scent, may feel the song, may feel the unknown presence, but that too is intuitive, that too is indirect. You cannot preach the divine directly, so there is no mission-like activity for me. When there is no mission, there is no question of how to work it out, how to implement it, how to organize it. I am against all sorts of organizations. Truth cannot be organized, and the moment one thinks of organizing it the truth is killed, only the dead remains. What is living goes out of any organization, because to know the truth is so individual, it cannot be organized. You can organize around an ideology, not around a realization. You can organize around a mission, not around the unknown, not around the realization of the unknown.

So there is no possibility of there being any organization around me. Nor am I interested... rather, I am against it. But we can never think of doing anything without organization. And the difficulty is: the very nature of the thing is so, that if you organize it, you kill it; and if you don’t organize it, then you raise the problem, what to do with it? How to make others know about it? That too can only be done through individuals, not through organizations.

If what I say appeals to you, or somebody, he has to become the embodied presence of what I am saying. Even if one individual becomes the embodied presence and people begin to feel about him. something new, something transformed is imparted. By the very presence of such an individual the work goes on.

Only such a type of mission can I conceive of. But I cannot call it a mission because the very word has become associated with so many wrong things.
To be religious means to be imparting indirectly what one has realized. So I will go on trying, endeavoring to contact individuals personally, and indicating towards things which cannot be indicated. But no dead code or dead scripture must be allowed to be practiced or organized, or given a base – unlike the old sects, the old religious or public organizations.

To me, organization means something based on hatred. No organization is centred around love, because love needs no organization. Hatred needs organization. Nations, parties, religions, are all based on hatred: hatred of others, hatred of those who are not in our fold, of those who are not under our flag, of those who are not convinced of our message. Hatred is such a great force, it organizes.

It is so poisonous, and a single individual is not able to be so poisonous, a single individual cannot be as dangerous as hatred requires one to be. So one needs organizations, others, a crowd – one cannot be alone.

But love is such a silent force, that to be alone is enough. Love doesn’t know how to work, it works itself. There is no question of method – I have never been concerned with method. I am a man with no method – absolutely no plan, no method, no organization. My only hope is this, that love works spontaneously. It needs no method. It needs no previous rehearsal. It works! And if it works it is alright, and if it doesn’t work then too it is alright. If love is not enough, then no organization can be much more.

And love has never been methodological. Hatred has always been methodological. When You hate, you hate with a plan, you hate with a disciplined mind. You have to be conscious of the enemy, of the fear, of the planning of the opposite party. You cannot be spontaneous. With an enemy you are always to be prepared. 

You cannot be unprepared. But when there is no question of hatred, when there is no one to be thought of as an enemy, when there is only love to work and to live with, there is no question of tomorrow, there is no question of the future – it is spontaneous, it works. And the very spontaneity is its force. If you don’t plan your hatred, you will be defeated; but if you plan your love, you will also be defeated.

So, I have no plans for the future – today is enough. This very moment passing, the present moment is enough. What I am doing, I am doing without any method. If it is something, if it is to be of any use for others, it will spread like fire without any method.


January 2, 2011


1.      There is a morality that comes 4m within u which is always in tune with your heart N in tune with heart of the universe. That’s authentic morality.- Osho

2.       I don’t give u any discipline, any morality. I simple give u a clarity of vision. Out of that clarity whatsoever comes is good, is divine, and is moral. – Osho

3.       Presence of mind means to be in the present, to be spontaneous, to be available to whatsoever is happening right now--to be available to here and now.-Osho

4.       A witness is not a judge. A witness is only a mirror. It shows u clearly the situation, and it gives u a spontaneous response. – Osho

5.       If u enter heaven because other forced u to act according to certain precepts, certain commandments, u will regret even in heaven – Osho

6.       With fear, hate, jealousy-anything whatsoever- don’t create a problem out of it. Accept it, allow it, pass through it, and u will defeat all suffering.-Osho

7.       The new man will live out of meditation, out of consciousness, out of his own inner light. The new man will be an individual. – Osho

8.       Truth can only arise within you. Nobody else gives it to you and with truth comes beauty, followed by good. Osho

9.       This is the authentic trinity of a truly religious man: truth, beauty, and good. These 3 experiences happen when u enters into your own subjectivity. Osho

10.    Witness is the highest growth of consciousness. There is nothing beyond it.2 remain a witness, awake or asleep, is the whole process of meditation.-Osho

11.    Authentic religion does not need any god, does not need any priest, and does not need any prayer. All that it need is an exploration of your inner world.-Osho

12.    My whole effort is to liberate you from all that binds you. Only when you are liberated from all bindings will you have a tremendous beauty, a splendor.-Osho

13.    Any meditation that is of worth will be alive even in the marketplace. Because a marketplace is nothing once u attain to the meditative state. - Osho

14.    U can't b anybody else than yourself that’s authentic religiousness every individual has his own uniqueness and that gives him dignity and grace.-Osho

15.    You r rich if you have tasted the nectar of your own consciousness. You r rich if you are capable of sharing your love unconditionally – Osho

16.    U needs inner light, a light which has its source in your very being, a light which cannot be extinguished even by death, a light which is eternal.-Osho

17.    U can drop your miseries only when some inner meaning starts flowering in u. Miseries can b dropped only when meditation starts blooming in you-Osho

18.    Avoid rationalizing your own errors and mistakes. Because if you rationalize, you protect them. Then they will be repeated. - Osho

19.    There are only ways of being here: one is in bondage, another is in freedom. Watchfulness takes you out of the prison and opens the doors of infinity. – Osho

20.    Only the individual can rise to the heights of consciousness and awareness. The more u belong 2 the crowd, the deeper u fall into darkness.-Osho

21.    A man is successful if he follows his own natural way and lives it as totally and intensely as possible.-Osho

22.    Love and freedom are two sides of the coin. It is one flower. And it can blossom only when both are allowed dignity and respect.-Osho

23.    When something inside you grows, it brings new responsibilities, because now you need more meditation, you need more love, you need more joy-Osho

24.    Meditation is only a methodology to make you aware that your only disease is your ego, and your only health is agelessness.-Osho

25.    Contentment is a quality of your centre; it is not found on the circumference. Fulfillment is when you have arrived at your real, authentic being.-Osho

26.    Life is a beautiful journey if it is a process of constant learning, exploration. Then it is excitement every moment.-Osho

27.    Life is a beautiful journey if it is a process of constant learning, exploration. Then it is excitement every moment.-Osho

28.    Drop comparing--and jealousy disappears, meanness disappears, phoniness disappears. But you can drop it only if you start growing your inner treasures.-Osho

29.    All conditionings are based on belief. And my whole effort is that experience should be the only criterion not belief. – Osho

30.    Celebration is my religion, love is my message, and silence is my truth.-Osho

31.    Meditation need a very relaxed mind--with no hurry, with no worry, with nowhere to go--just enjoying moment to moment, whatever comes. Osho

32.    Live d day N live d night 2.Dont miss anything. Make your life such a complimentary whole that everything fits 2gether N makes it a piece of art-Osho

33.    The world is a good place because it gives you an opportunity to test your silence, your meditation your watchfulness. Be in the world but don’t be of it. - Osho

34.    All that is great is going to happen to you-- not by your effort, but by your relaxed openness, availability. Just keep your doors open. Osho

35.    Always remember that to be happy is to bi religious; to be happy is to be virtuous; to be celebrating is to be prayerful. - Osho

36.    You be simply interested in your happiness, in your bless, and one day you will find godliness has entered in you. It is another name for ultimate bliss. – 0sho

37.    Witnessing is a happening, a by-product--a by-product of being total in any moment, in any situation, in any experience. Totality is the key-Osho

38.    Whenever there is no conflict between you and the whole, not even a rumor of conflict, you are healthy. To be whole is to be healthy. - Osho

39.    Life is freedom. It does not impose any meaning on you; it simply gives you an opportunity to create your own meaning. The meaning has to be created. Osho

40.    To discover your being is the beginning of life. Then each moment is a mew discovery, each moment brings a new joy; a new mystery opens its doors. Osho

41.    Life is a mirror, it reflects your face. Be friendly, and all of life will reflect friendliness. – Osho

42.    Once meditation settles and you and you fall into rhythm with existence, compassion is a consequence. Suddenly you feel you are in love with the whole.-Osho

43.    Your real being flowers only with love. Ambition is against love. Anything that is against love is against you and your real life, your real destiny.-Osho

44.    At the center we are one. At the periphery of existence we appear to be separate. And to know the truth of your being is to know the whole.-Osho

45.    Humanity will never be religious unless all organized religions disappear and religion becomes an individual commitment towards existence.-Osho

46.    To live a life of truth, ever if it is for a single moment, is far more valuable than to live eternally in lies. - Osho

47.    Meditation has happen first, then character comes as a shadow to it. And if meditation does not happen, then your character is just a hypocrisy.-Osho

48.    The only way to be desire less is to be wakeful, watchful. Watchfulness creates a light in you, and in that light the darkness of desire cannot enter.-OSHO

49.    Whatsoever u do with awareness is right. Right and wrong is not a distinction between objects; right and wrong is distinction between consciousnesses.-OSHO

50.    The ego is the cancer of the inner, the cancer of the soul. And the only remedy--the only remedy I say--is meditation.-Osho

51.    The poison can become medicinal -- you have to know how to transform it. And sometimes the nectar can be poisonous --if you dint know how to use it.-OSHO

52.    Love is the only miracle there is. Love is the ladder from hell to heaven. Love learned well, you have learned all. Love missed, you missed your whole life.-OSHO

53.    Religion has nothing to do with churches and temples and rituals: religion is born only when somebody pulsates with love.-Osho

54.    In Jainism forgiving carries great value, which I need to follow as it helps me to learn art of living, & I sincerely request  you to forgive me if any of my.-Osho

55.    If you can trust nature, by and by you become quiet, silent, happy, joyful, celebrating—because nature is celebrating. Nature is a celebration. –Osho

56.    The world of being is the only real world, the world of truth. And unless you have come to it, you on wandering in of rein lands. You can never come home.-Osho

57.    Awareness is the remedy for all ills, because awareness makes you healthy, whole, and of course holy.-Osho

58.    Love changes the whole climate of your inner being—and with that change the whole existence is changed.-Osho

59.    When you awaken in your deepest core of being, in the very center of your existence, then there is only silence, immense joy and celebration. Osho

60.    Whenever you create something, you feel enhanced; you reach towards peaks; you get high. All people who are creative are close to religion.-Osho

61.    Religion is the greatest creativity because it is an effort to give birth to yourself, to become a father and mother to yourself, to be born again.-Osho

62.    Dropping the mask and bringing out your original face is the whole alchemy of meditation.-Osho

63.    To be in tune, to be harmonious with the universe, is bliss is joy, is music, is poetry. You start blooming the moment you are in tune with the whole. - Osho

64.    Friendliness is one of the most significant qualities for the seeker to develop; it is really sweet. It makes your whole life full of sweet music.-Osho

65.    Sharing is one of the greatest spiritual qualities. The miracle is that the more you share your bliss the more you have it. - Osho

66.    Please watch how you are clinging to your sorrow, your misery. Drop it, let go of it! And your life will have a great sweetness.-Osho

67.    Life is our philosophy. Existence is our philosophy. To be in tune with the world, to be in harmony with the cosmos, is our religion.-Osho

68.    A happy person needs no temple, no church--because for a happy person the whole universe is a temple, the whole existence is a church.-Osho

69.    Only the individual can know what meditation is and only the individual can know the beauty, the ecstasy, and the dance of this immensely beautiful existence. -Osho

70.    One seed can make a whole earth green. One small sparkle of energy in you can fill the whole earth with dance, song, music. -Osho

71.    A single insight into yourself is more valuable than all your scriptures. A single glimpse of your consciousness and you has entered the real temple. - Osho

72.    Meditation is purest blissfulness. As you go deeper, you come across more and more beautiful spaces, more and more luminous spots. They are your treasure. – Osho

73.    Only a mediator knows a love that is not biological, that comes as a spiritual abundance, with a great urge to share. - Osho

74.    If you are not spiritually free, you are no free at all. Then all your freedoms are bogus, phony, pseudo. - Osho

75.    Happiness is available to everybody —whosoever opens his heart, happiness is always available.-Osho

76.    Make laughter your prayer. Laugh more. Nothing releases your blocked energies as doe’s laughter. Nothing makes you innocent as doe’s laughter. – Osho

77.    To be responsible is to be free. To give the responsibility to somebody else is to be a prisoner. - OSHO

78.    That is my whole teaching: just to be natural. Nature is Dharma, nature is Tao, and nature is Zen. And the moment you are natural, flowers will shower over you- Osho

79.    An intelligent person is not afraid, is not greedy. Greed and fear go together – then is why heaven and hell go together: hell is fear, heaven is greed. – Osho

80.    Listen to your own heart; that is the only scripture I prescribe. Yes listen very attentively, very consciously, and you will never be wrong. – Osho

81.    The greatest good is to be conscious—because all other goods are born out of it. Being conscious is the source of all goodness, all virtue. – Osho
82.    All ambition is politics, all struggle to be the first is politics. A non-struggling, non conflicting mind is religious. – Osho   

83.    Meditation is the shortest way possible because you don’t go anywhere; you simply close your eyes and dive deep within your own being—where you already are-Osho

84.    Whenever you feel a problem look within your heart. If you are at ease, you are on the right path. Your heart is the criterion.-Osho

85.    Just as on a rosebush roses blossom, on the bush of awareness roses also blossom—roses of goodness roses of beauty, roses of grace. - Osho

86.    Always off with the river of life. Never try to go against the current, and never try to go faster than the river. Just move in absolute relaxation. – Osho

87.    Respect life, and life will respect you. Love life and love will shower blessing on you. - Osho

88.    One need not go anywhere to be blissful. One can sit silently, be alone, and be blissful. Nothing else is needed just the pulsation of life is enough. - Osho

89.    You create yourself moment to moment. You are mot born as a fixed entity, but only as an infinite. You are born as a seed, not as a tree. -Osho

90.    The being is not a static thing waiting to be discovered by you. The being has to be created moment to moment. That is the only way to discover it. - Osho

91.    Wherever you are, reality is. You are part of reality and you exist only as an organic part to reality. You cannot go away. You cannot separate yourself. -Osho

92.    Find the light and it will show you the path. The path that is shown by your own light is the only path that is right. Osho

93.    Life is in understanding your innermost being. Because only then can you become a constantly overflowing source of beauty, love and joy. - Osho

94.    Once you know meditation, you don’t have to follow anybody. You have your own eyes   open, and you have your light just ahead of you showing the path. Osho

95.    You are right now at the very source, and you have never left it for a single moment. Just recognize it, just open your eyes and see it! - Osho

96.    When one wants to come to oneself no path is needed because one is already there. Just recognition – and the revolution happen! Just a remembrance! - Osho

97.    The lover is an emperor; the creator is an emperor – without invading the whole world. He has invaded the whole universe out of sheer loving creativity. – Osho

98.    Truth certainly liberates, but the truth has to be your own. Only then it liberates. - Osho

99.    A man who lives life in its totality is a rainbow; he lives the whole spectrum of it. Osho

100. If you can say yes with the totality of your heart, you have said all that can be said. To say yes to existence is to be     religious. – Osho

101. If a person can go into his sorrow deeply, he will find that all sorrow has evaporated. In that evaporation of sorrow is  joy, is bliss. – Osho

102. If you can fine our original man, you have found everything that this existence contains—the entire splendor, all the  glory, all the ceremony, all the joy. – Osho

103. It is only out of totality that one blooms, that the spring comes, and your life starts having color and music and poetry.  –Osho

104. Man has to create himself. He is not ready- made, he is no given. And the creation has to be a self- creation – nobody else can make you. – OSHO

105. The real religious man has to contribute to the world. He has to make it a little more beautiful than he found it when he came into the world. Osho

106. Meditation comes automatically to a joyous person. Meditation is very simple to a person who can celebrate, who can delight in life. – Osho

107. Love brings freedom. And a love that does not bring freedom is not love. - OSHO

108. Is the celebrator celebrating! Already there is too much – the flowers have bloomed, the birds are singing, the sun is there in the sky – celebrate it! – Osho

109. Unless you find your spontaneity, unless you find your element, you cannot be happy. And if you cannot be happy, you cannot be meditative. – Osho

110. Life is very precious and the greatest treasure is hidden in it – and that treasure is of becoming a witness, -Osho

111. There is no other god than life. So allow yourself to be possessed by life in all its forms, colors, dimensions – the whole rainbow, all the notes of music. – Osho

112. Only by knowing oneself does one become capable of knowing the ultimate, because at the very core of your being the ultimate is present. – Osho

113. Everything borrowed is ugly. Beliefs are borrowed, hence they are ugly. And when you live according to borrowed beliefs you create chaos in the world. –Osho

114. Beware! You are creating suffering every moment. By being unaware you create suffering; by being aware you create bliss. - Osho

115. Only lovers know the unity, thinkers cannot know unity. And in the unity of the whole one finds love and one finds wisdom. - Osho

116. If you can really see a beautiful rose of a beautiful sunset with your totality there is no need of any other discipline to become a Buddha. – Osho

117. Love, sing; dance not as a competitor, but as a man who wants to share his joy, his songs and his dances with his fellow human beings. - Osho

118. Only a mediator knows what life is, because he has reached the very source of eternity. – Osho

119. Whatsoever you are doing, all doing has to become peripheral and a constant search for truth and a constant thirst for truth have to become your very center - Osho

120. Each individual has to create his own consciousness and conscience—only then will we be able to create a better world.-Osho

121. Truth can whisper its mysteries into your ears only when you are absolutely empty – emptiness is its mysteries into your ears only when you are absolutely empty – emptiness is purity.  – Osho

122. As you become more and more sensitive, more and more sensuous, you will see more and more beauty around deeper you’re in side, the greater the beauty. - Osho   

123. When you say that hole existence as a tremendous dance as a celebration you are liberate by it. It is celebration that celebration, it is love that liberate. - Osho

124. If you are really in love, you are no more the same as your were before. Something has love. You are no more the same as you were before. Something has disappeared; you are reborn. Love is a rebirth. - Osho

125. When life is really harmonious lived kinds of dreams disappear. Your whole sleep becomes dreamless. - Osho

126. Meditation can bring the only revolution. There is all other revolution have failed. – Osho

127. In the death of the ego love is born, divine is born, light is born, in the death of the ego you are transformed, all misery disappears. –Osho

128. Misery arises only when you try the impossible, because it can’t happen in the nature of things and you want it to happen. – Osho

129. Start enjoying that which you are, and then this very ordinary life suddenly becomes extraordinary. Then these ordinary days have such tremendous poetry. – Osho

130. Truth is not somewhere in the future. It is not goal but the source. You are coming from truth. Of you can find the source again you will know what truth in. – Osho

131 .Every human being is a seed of Buddha. Blessed are those seeds which come to their flowering. -Osho

132 .I don’t want you to worship Buddha’s; I want you to become Buddha’s. That is the only right worship. If you love become it. - Osho

133. Intellect and meditation meeting together, growing together, give you the wholeness of being. - Osho

134. Being playful is one of the great secrets of inner transformation. Learn to be playful. If all seriousness disappears from your life, you are religious. -  Osho

135. Love is the radiance, the fragrance of knowing oneself, of being oneself. – Osho

136. Listening is a rare art, one of the last arts. Listening means not only hearing with the ears but hearing from the heart, in utter silence. – Osho

137. Love makes you feel welcome in the world. Love makes you a part of existence; it destroys alienation. Then you are no mere an outsider here, but utterly needed. – Osho

138. This I call true religion – playfulness, lovingness, cheerfulness. - Osho

139. Insecurity is beautiful. And the day you know insecurity is beautiful, you have know the wisdom if insecurity. – Osho

140. Celebrate aloneness, celebrate your pure space, and great song will arise in your heart. And it will be a song of awareness; it will be a song of meditation. – Osho

141. To bring the beyond is creativity. To bring the beyond into the known is creativity. To help divine to be manifested in some form is creativity. - Osho

142. When two lovers meet not out of some bondage but out of freedom, there is benediction. – Osho

143. We have to change this world by celebrating, by dancing, by singing, by music, by meditation by love, not by struggle. - Osho

144. Where silence and awareness meet, mingle and become one, there is receptivity. Receptivity is the most important religious quality. – Osho

145. Each moment is an end unto itself. Enjoy It., die into it, disappear into it, and then something miraculous happens: great eternal life descends in you. - Osho  

146. Every man, every woman is born with a bird in the heart. The heart has wings, but the heart can open its wings only in the sky if silence. - Osho

147. Use the opportunity of this to celebrate as much as possible. Don’t waste it in struggling and fighting. - Osho 

148. If you want to get rid of misery, get rid of the lust for happiness. And when there is no misery, there is happiness. - Osho

149. When peace starts dancing. It is bliss. When peace becomes active, overflowing, it is bliss. - Osho

150. The world is a garland of millions of flowers, but running through all those flowers is a thread that keeps it together: that thread is love. - Osho

151. Through meditation ultimately one finds the being. And the moment you have found the being there is nothing more to be found – you have come home. – Osho

152. You are the temple and the master of the temple. You need not go anywhere. If you need go anywhere it is only inwards, into your own interiority. – Osho

153. First principle of an authentic religious man is to accept himself as he is, without any judgment—and only from there does your authentic pilgrimage begin -Osho

154. When there is no desire there is no past, no future. When there is no desire you are utterly contented here now. And to be contented here now is joy. Osho

155. First face your own problem an counter then first try to transform your being, only a transformed person can process of transformation in trigger others.- OSHO