Remember, there are two natures. One is when you are asleep; then many things are natural. Somebody insults you, you become angry, and that is natural – but only in unconsciousness, in sleep. You insult the buddha, he does not become angry – that is higher nature, a totally different kind of nature. He is functioning from a different center altogether. He may feel compassion for you, not anger. He functions through awareness, you function through unawareness.
In sleep you cannot do anything of any value, you cannot do anything valuable. Whatsoever you do is all dream. You imagine, you think you are doing good.
Just the other day somebody asked: “I want to do good, I want to be good. Osho, help me.”
I cannot help you directly to do good or to be good; I can help you only indirectly. I can help you only to be more meditative. And on the surface it may seem that your question is about something else and my answer is totally different: you want to be good and I talk about meditation. How are they related? If you are asleep you may think you are doing good, you may do harm. You may think you are doing harm, you may do good. In your sleep everything is possible.
You will become a do-gooder – and do-gooders are the most mischievous people. We have suffered much from these do-gooders. They don’t know who they are, they don’t know any silent state of consciousness, they are not aware, but they go on doing good. What to say about good? A sleepy person cannot even be certain of doing harm. He may think he is doing harm and the result may be totally different.
That’s how acupuncture was discovered. A man wanted to kill somebody; he shot him with an arrow. And that man, the victim, had suffered his whole life from a headache. The arrow hit him on the leg and the headache disappeared, totally disappeared. He was puzzled.
He went to his physician saying, “You have not been able to treat me and my enemy has treated me. He wanted to kill me, but something went wrong – my headache has disappeared. I am grateful to him.”
Then the physicians started thinking about it, how it happened. That’s what acupuncturists go on doing now.
You can go to Abhiyana. You may have a headache and he may start putting needles all over your body. Those needle points were discovered because of this accident. Five thousand years have passed; in these five thousand years acupuncture has developed tremendously. Now there is much scientific support for it.
In Soviet Russia they are working on acupuncture very seriously because it has great potential: it can cure almost all diseases. Those needles can change the currents of your body electricity.
That man must have suffered from too much electricity in the head. The arrow hit a certain meridian, a certain electric current in his leg, and the electricity changed its course; it was no longer going to the head. Hence the headache disappeared.