Listen while the ultimate mystical teaching is imparted. This is a secret method. In this esoteric tantra, the master gives you the teaching secretly, The doctrine secretly or the mantra secretly.
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Masters, Osho, Spirituality & Well Being
How can one know that his spiritual search is authentic or an ego trip
If you don’t know if you are confused, then know well that this is an ego trip. If you are not confused if you know well that this authentic, if there is no confusion at all then it is authentic. And it is not a question of deceiving someone else. It is a question deceiving or no deceiving oneself.
So those who are of the feeling type, the sutra for them is : devotion frees. Take Ramakrishna….. if you look at Ramakrishna you will think that he is just a slave to the Goddess Kali, to mother Kali
Seeing the old man sitting under the tree, the man wondered to himself if this old man could tell him where he could go. So he asked the old man who said, “Yes I know the road. Follow the right and go on until you come to a very specific tree” – he described this tree in lengthy detail,
Response comes from your self. Reaction is created by the other person. He has hit you. He is the master of the situation and you are simply a puppet. You are reacting. His action is decisive and because he ahs done something now you are doing something in reaction.
Your self-remembering cannot be reflected in your mind because you are behind the mind. It can reflect only things, which are in front of it. You can just see others, but you cannot see yourself.
Our language often proves misleading, because the expression to “find God” or to “attain God” gives the impression one will be able to see God face to face. Such words are very misleading.
At which stage does Love become devotion? Love is not a act; it is not something you do. If you do it, it is not love. No doing it involved in Love; it is a state of being, not an act. No one can do anything continuously for 24 hours. If you are doing love, […]
Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. – Haruki Murakami The death of a loved one, the loss of a treasured job, finding oneself to be extremely sick – these are all a few examples of traumatic experiences. One finds oneself in a pool of emotions and uncertainty at the end of such situations. However, over […]
In Vedic traditions one of the most difficult disciplines the seeker (student) has to learn is the art of listening deeply with an open heart and mind and then chewing the essence and metabolizing it into the pure light of spiritual effulgence. The first stage of listening from this Hindu perspective is called Shravana, which […]