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I would like more and more writers, poets, film makers to steal as much as they can, because truth is not my property, I am not its owner. let it reach in any way, in anybody's name, in any form, but let it reach. Beyond Psychology#3 Q#2 : Osho

If you really want to know who I am, you have to be as absolutely empty as I am. Then two mirrors will be facing each other, and only emptiness will be mirrored: two mirrors facing each other. But if you have some idea, then you will see your own idea in me."

"Only that which cannot be taken away by death is real. Everything else is unreal, it is made of the same stuff dreams are made of." ~OSHO♥

Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Either be totally unconscious OR totally conscious.. -OSHO

Yes, there is tension.
To be consciously conscious is to be tense,
but it is not because of consciousness
but because of partial consciousness.
The unconscious is always behind the so called
consciousness --
this situation creates tension
because this creates a dichotomy,
a duality;
hence the tension,

because the being is divided --
which cannot be divided.
Hence the tension,
The unnaturality of the situation is the root cause
of this tension,
and for that matter of all tensions,
because then one is not individual,
that is, indivisible;
therefore there is tension,
and one cannot really relax unless one is ONE.

Either be totally unconscious as in deep and
dreamless sleep --
and then there is no tension,
or be totally conscious --
and then you are in the state of no-tension
because the total can never be tense.
That is why the whole is the holy.

But falling into deep sleeplike trance is just
escaping the problem,
and that too only for the time being,
because you will be back soon --
and worse,
because by such escapes
the gap between the conscious and the unconscious
is not bridged
but, on the contrary, widened even more.

One becomes split and schizophrenic.
So always be aware of the mind
because it tries to find solace in unconscious states
in so many ways --
through chemical drugs,
through auto-hypnotic means,
and otherwise.

Begin to be aware of anything
which ordinarily happens unconsciously,
for example -- anger, jealousy, pride --
and your consciousness will be deepened.

Act consciously,
even in day-to-day acts be conscious,
for example -- walking, eating, talking --
and your consciousness will be expanded.

Be alert when thinking.
No thought should be allowed to pass unwitnessed.

And then, in the end, there is explosion
in which you become totally conscious
with no unconsciousness behind.
When this happens one is one,
and to be one is to be silent.
This silence is beyond time and space,
because it is beyond duality.

OSHO, A Cup of Tea

Monday, 29 March 2010

OSHO: Sufi Whirling [video]

Saturday, 27 March 2010

Prisms of Light :: Support a Cause

 Yes, not a video that has got anything to do directly with Beloved Master OSHO. But if you do know who OSHO Shailendra is (OSHO's younger brother) you will notice him at the start of the video making a very significant fact.

So, what's Prism of Light all about and why have I posted it here?

Well, the director of this short promotional video is Yolanda Barker who also happens to be my friend since the time I started blogging (a different blog though) almost 2 years ago. I liked the work she and her team have managed to put up and still continue to and so I  wanted to help her in any possible way that I could.

As to what Prisms of Light is all about, this is what Yolanda and her team have to say in their website:

"Every year, approximately two million people go to India on spiritual quests. What are they searching for?

In the East, they are called Seekers. In the West, they are labelled "Spiritual Junkies". Aged anywhere between 16 and 80, they roam in search of personal and spiritual understanding, often without the support of their loved ones or community.

'Prisms of Light' explores this growing phenomenon by focusing on people who are travelling through India on spiritual quests. Interwoven between them are a plethora of spiritual traditions, colourful characters, and chance encounters.

In 2009, Director Yolanda Barker and crew funded a research trip to India, where they shot the promo above. Over the last few months, we have been raising funds to go into production. But we need to get back to India in April for a major spiritual gathering. Time is running out."

So, in Yola's own words, "Do you think you could mention that we are trying to fundraise for the film, and that if it resonates with anyone, we would greatly appreciate any donation they could offer?

We have really struggled to elicit money from traditional funding bodies (apparently this film on spirituality doesn't have enough of an "angle" ;) ), and the budget that we have has been entirely raised from the donations of friends, family and strangers.

There is lots of info on our website about the different levels of donation and what we can offer in return.

Only if this resonates!"

So friends, if you liked the video and the objective behind Prism of Light and would like to contribute and help Yola and her team in their cause; then please visit their website and make a genorous contribution. The cumulative effect of your genorisity could possibly help someone to a greater extent for accomplishing their task at hand.

Thanking you all.

 Much love & regards,


CoolDeep for OshoOnline!

P.S: If any of you reading this happens to be a Western Seeker currently resding in India, kindly get in touch with Yola at She wants to converse to such seekers for her movie and possibly you could be of immense help to her.

Friday, 26 March 2010

You are not accidental. Existence needs you. :: OSHO

You are not accidental. Existence needs you. Without you something will be missing in existence and nobody can replace it. That's what gives you dignity, that the whole existence will miss you. The stars and sun and moon, the trees and birds and earth - everything in the universe will feel a small place is vacant which cannot be filled by anybody except you.


Monday, 22 March 2010

OSHO Watching the Breath [Meditation Technique]

Revenge or Understanding? The Rule of Law or of Love..? :: OSHO

ALL LEGAL SYSTEMS are nothing but the revenge of society -- revenge against those who don't fit in with the system. According to me, law is not for protection of the just, it is for protection of the crowd mind -- whether it is just or unjust does not matter. Law is against the individual and for the crowd. It is an effort to reduce the individual and his freedom, and his possibility of being himself.

The latest scientific researches are very revealing -- perhaps ten percent of the people who are termed criminals are not responsible for their crimes; their crimes are genetic, they inherit them. Just as a blind man is not responsible for his blindness, a murderer is not responsible for his murderousness. Both inherit the tendency -- one of blindness, another of committing murder.

Now it is an established scientific fact that punishing anybody for any crime is simply idiotic. It is almost like punishing somebody because he has tuberculosis -- sending him to jail because he is suffering from cancer. All criminals are sick, psychologically and spiritually both.

In my vision of a commune, the courts will not consist of law experts, they will consist of people who understand genetics and how crimes are inherited from generation to generation. They have to decide not for any punishment, because every punishment is wrong -- not only wrong, every punishment is criminal.

The man who has committed anything wrong has to be sent to the right institution -- a psychiatric institution, or a psychoanalytic school, or maybe a hospital, to be operated on. He needs our sympathy, our love, our help. Instead of giving him our sympathy and love, for centuries we have been giving him punishment. Man has committed so much cruelty behind such beautiful names as order, law, justice.

The new man will not have any jails and will not have any judges and will not have any legal experts.

Sunday, 21 March 2010

Happy OSHO Enlightenment Day!

Wishing all friends and seekers
a "Happy OSHO Enlightenment Day!"

lots of love....... 

Friday, 19 March 2010

Life is the Game of the Games, the Ultimate Game - OSHO

LIFE IN ITSELF IS NOT THE GOAL. The goal surpasses life. The life is just an opportunity to realize the goal. The goal is hidden deep in life; you cannot find it on the surface. You will have to penetrate to the very center. The life is like a seed. In itself it is not enough. You will have to work hard so the seed sprouts, becomes a tree and comes to bloom.

This is one of the most fundamental things to remember -- that man has to surpass himself, that life has to transcend itself. If you don't understand this, then you will be lost in the means and you will forget the end. That's what happens ordinarily. We become too attached with life and we forget that life was just an opportunity to understand something which is deeper than life, higher than life, superior, far superior, than life.

If you get too much obsessed with life itself, it is as if somebody was sent to the university and he became too much attached with the university and he could not leave it, and he could not even conceive of leaving it. The university is there just to educate you for something greater. For the universe, the university is to prepare you; that's why we call it the university. It itself is not the universe... just a preparation.

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Pretending Masters Harm You Spiritually - Osho

The enlightened masters have never used such phrases, such paragraphs, such long complicated sentences. This is the intellectual approach.

One Zen master was sitting on the seashore, and a man came and said to him, "I have been looking for you, but life has so many responsibilities that I could never come to you. It was just by coincidence I was passing and I saw you. I thought, `This is an opportunity I should not lose.' I want to ask -- just explain to me in a very simple way the master key of your religion."

The master remained sitting just like a marble statue, not saying anything, not even blinking his eyes. The man was a little bit afraid. He asked loudly, "Have you heard me or not?"

The master laughed and said, "This is the question I should have asked you. Have you heard me or not?"

The man said, "But you have not said anything."

The master said, "That's what my teaching is: there is nothing to say, but only to experience."

The man said, "That does not help me. Just give me a little more; I may not be able to come to you again."

So the master wrote in the sand with his finger: "DHYANA... `meditation.'" The man said, "That's perfectly right, but it doesn't make much sense to me. Can't you explain it a little bit more?" So the master wrote DHYANA, in bigger letters. The man said, "Smaller letters or bigger letters, it is not going to help me."

The master said, "I cannot lie just to help you. I have gone as far as truth will allow. Beyond that, you please forgive me. I have told you everything that my religion consists of: silence is its flowering, and meditation is its root. Now get lost!"

Zen masters, or any enlightened masters, don't speak like intellectuals, like the intelligensia. They have their own way... a very special way. Only those who are ready to open their hearts to them can be filled with their energy, can allow a few rays of light to enter into their being, may have some flowers showered on them -- because it is not in the words that the transmission happens. It is possible only when both persons, the master and the questioner, are moving on the same wavelength, in the same state of silence.

Saturday, 13 March 2010

Sacred World :: Music from the World of Osho

 Music from the World of Osho :: This one is Sacred World!

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Have a great weekend!!!

Om Namah Narayan :: Beautiful Bhajan

Hope you like it....

~♥Love & Light☼~


Friday, 12 March 2010

The Way of a True Sannyasin :: OSHO

I am using all climates, I am bringing all the possibilities to you. It has never happened before. Buddha created only one climate, one energy-field, Buddha-field. Mevlana Jalaludin Rumi created another, the Sufi-field. With Jalaludin only those gathered who were natural Sufis, with Buddha only those who were natural Buddhists.

The word buddhafield is of tremendous importance. You have to understand it, because that is what I am doing here creating a buddhafield. It is just to create a buddhafield that we are moving away from the world, far away, so that a totally different kind of energy can be made available to you.

Thursday, 11 March 2010

Ek Rajneesh Mile :: Osho Bhajan|Satsang Celebration [video]

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Don't Leave this Earth Unless You have made it a Little More Beautiful - Osho

"Remember one thing: that you should not leave this earth unless you have made it a little more beautiful, a little lovelier, a little more loving. To me, this is the only strength, the only power - that we can transform life, we can transform consciousness... Your creativeness will help you to become enlightened, just as enlightenment brings an explosion of creativity."

"My trust in existence is absolute. If there is any truth in what I am saying, it will survive... the people who remain interested in my work will be simply carrying the torch, but not imposing anything on anyone... I will remain a source of inspiration to my people... I want them to grow on their own - qualities like love, around which no church can be created, like awareness, which is nobody's monopoly; like celebration, rejoicing, and remaining fresh, child-like yes... I want my people to know themselves, not to be according to someone else. And the way is in."

Sunday, 7 March 2010

The Law of Reverse Effect - OSHO

Every religion degenerates into a moralistic institution. You commend Lao Tzu because no religion could grow from his way. How can those who love you avoid such an institutional degeneration of your inspiration? 

If you start avoiding, you have already started creating it. Don't bother about it. If it is going to happen it is going to happen; if it is not going to happen it is not going to happen. You don't bother about it, because if you start wondering how to avoid it you have already taken for granted that it is going to be there. You have already become self-conscious about it - and that will help to create it.

Friday, 5 March 2010

Misery or Bliss – The Choice is Yours :: OSHO

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Life has the potential to become a song of bliss, but there is every possibility of missing it too. It is not a certainty, there is no inevitability about it. It depends: you can make it, you can destroy it. Out of one hundred, ninety-nine point nine percent of people destroy their song of bliss. Then their life is nothing but a cry, a scream of pain and agony. But they have chosen it that way; nobody else is ever responsible.

This is the first truth to be learned in life: that you are always responsible, nobody else. With that comes great freedom, because with that all alternatives are open. If you think that somebody else is
responsible then you are a slave; then nothing is open. Then you have to be what you are. If your life is a tragedy then it has to be a tragedy, because others are responsible; unless they change, nothing
can be done about it. You don’t have any freedom.

Sannyas Is Not So Cheap - OSHO

I want my people to understand it clearly. Neither your clothes, nor your outer disciplines nor anything that has been given to you by tradition and you have accepted it just on belief, is going to help. The only thing that can create a revolution in you is going beyond the mind into the world of consciousness. Except that, nothing is religious. But to begin with and with a world which is too much obsessed with outer things, I had to start sannyas also with outer things. Change your cloths into orange, wear a Mala, meditate, but the emphasis was only on meditation.

But I found that people can change their clothes very easily but they cannot change their minds. They can wear the Mala, but they cannot move into their consciousness. And because they are in orange cloths, wearing a Mala, having a new name, they start believing that they have become a sannyasin.

Sannyas is not so cheap. Hence it is time and you are mature enough that beginning phase is over. If you like the orange color, the red color, perfectly good - it cannot do any harm, but it is not a help either. If you love the Mala, if you love the locket with my picture on it, it is simply your ornament, but it has nothing to do with religion. So now I reduce religion to its absolute essentiality. And that is meditation. If you are meditating and if you are reaching higher and higher into your consciousness, thoughts are left far behind. You experience that your body is just outside you, your mind is just outside you and you are standing in the middle, the center of the cyclone, in utter silence, in absolute beauty, in great light, in utter fulfillment. Except the process of meditation, everything is non-essential.

I don't want my people to be lost into non-essentials. In the beginning it was necessary. Now years of listening to me, understanding me, you are in a position to be freed from all outer bondage. And you can for the first time be really a sannyasin only if you are moving inwards.

(Osho - The Last Testament, Vol. 6 #12, 12 August 1986 in Bombay, India.)

The day you take the initiation into sannyas is not necessarily the beginning of sannyas. It is simply your indication that, "I am willing to wait for sannyas to happen to me." Initiation is only your saying yes to existence, and opening all your doors and windows for the fresh breeze and the sun to enter and cleanse you and make you part of the whole.

Some day sannyas will begin. It can begin in the moment of initiation, if your intensity, integrity, your trust and your love are total, but it is rarely so. It is always sixty percent, forty percent; seventy percent, thirty percent... There are people who may have ninety-nine percent trust, but that one percent doubt is enough to prevent... years, even lives. Unless you are one hundred percent open, unless the very word `no' has dropped from your vocabulary, the great revolution of sannyas will not happen to you.

(Osho - Om Shantih, Shantih, Shantih #26)

Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Let this be the Fee for Your Sannyas :: Stop Worrying! - OSHO

It means the end of worry . . . and let this moment be the end of all your worries. You have worried enough, more than was needed. Now drop them; now let them disappear.

And remember one thing about worrying -- that it has no beginning and no end. If you want to continue, you can continue them forever; they are eternal. One worry creates ten more. Even the very solution that you bring in to end one worry will bring ten worries, so it goes on and on.

The very effort to solve a worry is to continue it. The moment one understands this viciousness of worry, one simply jumps out of it. It has not to be solved, it cannot be solved, but one can get out of it; one can grow out of it.

Let this be your fee for sannyas: drop the worries! Give them to me -- simply be free from this moment. Even if because of past habit they come sometimes, just say goodbye. Say 'I'm finished; I am no more interested.' Don't get distracted by them, don't even fight with them. If they come let them be there, remain indifferent, and within a few weeks you will find that they are coming less and less and less, and one day suddenly they are not there.

The day when one finds oneself without worries is a great day. One is really born that day and one has, for the first time, a glimpse of what life is. It is the smoke of worries that doesn't allow you to see the flame of life.


Monday, 1 March 2010


Yes, Somendra. It is a thankless job, but it has to be done. Man exists on three planes: the head -- the world of thoughts, the thinking process -- the most superficial plane. Below it is the heart -- the world of feelings, emotions, sentiments -- a little deeper than thought, but not the deepest. And the third is the realm of being -- no thought, no feeling -- you simply are.

My work starts by destroying the thinking process first -- obviously, because that is where you are. I have to hammer your head mercilessly. Once your energy has moved from the head to the heart, I start breaking your heart too. First I use your heart as a temptation: I tell you to move from the head to the heart. It is just to give you a goal which is not very far away, because a too distant goal cannot appeal to you. If it is too far away it appears impossible; the goal has to be within your grasp.