Breaking All Boundaries

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In Breaking All Boundaries, Osho uncovers the layers of conditioning that have imprisoned the mind of each and every human being, and have formed centuries-thick boundaries that hold man back from reaching his potential.
In Breaking All Boundaries, Osho uncovers the layers of conditioning that have imprisoned the mind of each and every human being, and have formed centuries-thick boundaries that hold man back from reaching his potential.

Excerpt from:Breaking All Boundaries, Chapter 2

Why can’t you really experience the expansion? Why can’t you break all the boundaries? Who is stopping man from breaking the boundaries?

You are simply unaware of the real situation. You simply don’t realize that your self-created boundaries have put your soul in prison and you are feeling restless and upset inside them. This restlessness is bound to express itself in numerous ways.

Today we see revolt all over the world. Everywhere there is rebellion. The young people are eager to destroy everything old. The new generation is bent upon destroying all the old values. Who is responsible for this? The new generation? No – those who having been giving doctrines and laws to the whole of mankind up till now are responsible – those who have not allowed man to be free and have put him in bondage. They have tied up man so tightly that those bondages have now reached the ultimate limit and now the young are eager to destroy those bondages.

But the young are unaware of what they are destroying. Just by burning a bus, the bondages of man’s consciousness cannot break, nor by throwing stones at the windows of a school can the bondages of the soul be broken. Drinking wine and burning the furniture in a school cannot break these bondages. The bondages are invisible. The bondages of being a Hindu, a Mohammedan, a Jaina or a Christian are very intrinsic and hidden, and cannot be seen. Without breaking them, man’s consciousness cannot be free.

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Type 要約版
Publisher OSHO Media International
ISBN-13 978-0-88050-435-5
Format Adobe ePub