Osho refers to meditation as golden moments of losing yourself into something vast. Here he comments on essential statements of the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.
"My joy, my blissfulness, my meditation, will have something of me. There is no need even to compare. My blissfulness has not to be copied."
Osho, From Ignorance to Innocence #15
“You are listening to me. As you go on listening, listen also to the one who is listening. Let the arrow be double: towards me and towards you also. There is no harm if you forget me, but you should not be forgotten. And a moment comes when neither you remain nor I remain... a moment of such deep peace, when two do not remain, only one remains.”
Osho, The Mahageeta, Vol 1, #3
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