Watch and Wait

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Watch and wait are two well known maxims from the world of meditation. Osho responds her to questions on 'Relaxing and Waking Up' and 'The Difference between Instinct and Intuition'. It is the simplicity and personal impact which makes Osho's works so accessible for every reader.
Watch and wait are two well known maxims from the world of meditation. Osho responds her to questions on 'Relaxing and Waking Up' and 'The Difference between Instinct and Intuition'. It is the simplicity and personal impact which makes Osho's works so accessible for every reader.

Osho continues:
"Mind is confusion; it is not that you are in confusion. And there is no way for the mind to be not in confusion. Mind′s whole structure is based on confusion.

"Mind is a duality; it is always split. There is no single point on which the mind agrees in totality. Half of the mind will agree and half of the mind will disagree, and whatever you choose, you are choosing only the half. The remaining half is going to take revenge. The unchosen part, the left over, will wait for its chance to show you that whatever you have chosen is wrong. But it does not matter which part you choose. Choice itself is wrong. So the first thing to be understood is that there is no mind which has ever been without confusion.

"One very learned American rabbi, Joshua Liebman, has written a book, PEACE OF MIND. It is one of the best-sellers: Liebman is a good writer, and the book is well presented.I wrote him a letter, asking, ‘Have you ever considered that peace of mind has never existed? Peace of mind is intrinsically impossible. Peace happens only when mind is not. It is not peace of mind; it is peace beyond mind.’

"It is almost like a lotus flower: it grows in mud and water; it is a miracle of nature that out of dirty mud and water it brings out one of the most beautiful flowers in existence. But mud and water are not the lotus flower. The lotus flower blossoms only when the lotus plant has gone beyond the mud, beyond the water, has transcended both – then it opens up to the sun, to the sky, and releases its fragrance to the wind. Although it comes from the mud, it is not mud anymore. It is transcendence.

"The same is true about peace. Mind is muddy; all kinds of relevant and irrelevant thoughts are jumbled there. It is a crowd, with so many fragments fighting with each other that you can call it a battleground. Mind cannot be at peace." Osho
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Publisher Osho International
ISBN-13 978-0-88050-018-0
File Size 166 KB
Type 個々の講話
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