First in the Morning

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Reading the passages in this book is in itself a form of contemplation because, as Osho says, the words of a mystic are not part of any theory to be accepted or refuted; the reader is not asked to be a follower or a believer. In fact, it is not even the words them¬selves that are of significance, but rather what the words convey.

Reading the passages in this book is in itself a form of contemplation because, as Osho says, the words of a mystic are not part of any theory to be accepted or refuted; the reader is not asked to be a follower or a believer. In fact, it is not even the words them¬selves that are of significance, but rather what the words convey.


“The mystic's words carry a silence around them, his words are not noisy. His words have a melody, a rhythm, a music, and at the very core of his words is utter silence. If you can penetrate his words you will come across infinite silence."

"But to penetrate the words of a buddha, the way is not analysis, the way is not argument, the way is not discussing. The way is falling in rapport with him, becoming attuned with him, being in synchronicity with him… In that attunement, in that at-onement, one enters the very core of the master's words. And there you will not find any sound, any noise; there you will find absolute silence. And to taste it is to understand the master."

"The meaning of the word is not important, remember, but the silence of the word."


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Type compilation
Publisher OSHO Media International
ISBN-13 978-0-88050-619-9
Number of Pages 401
File Size 1,237 KB
Format Adobe ePub