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Osho Audiobook - Individual Talk: The Perfect Master, Vol. 1, # 7, (mp3) - consciously, breath, byron

 

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It Will Devour You Too

Talk #7 of the Series, The Perfect Master, Vol. 1

"Man is always in a state of becoming. man is not a being but a process of becoming. Hence there is so much misery, anxiety, anguish. Animals are, trees are, mountains are, God also is – man is not. Man is an effort to be.

"Trees are not trying to be, they simply are. God also is not trying to be, he is one with isness. Man is just in between the two – of course tense, pulled apart, torn apart. A part of his being wants to become one with the animals, another part of his being wants to rise high into the sky and become God.

"Man remains in this tug-of-war.

"Walt Whitman says: 'There have been many moments in my life when I had the desire to become an animal again, because they are so free of desire, so free of anguish, so free of competition, so free of ambition.'

"Look into the eyes of a cow, or into the eyes of a cat or a dog – all seems to be so quiet and silent."
 
 
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Osho continues:
"As if this moment is all! But look into the mind of man and you will find a maniac. And not one but a crowd, not one but the whole madhouse inside. So many madmen shouting, desiring, asking and asking. And the desires are contradictory. If you fulfill one, necessarily the other becomes impossible to fulfill. If you fulfill the other, then something else becomes the problem.

"You cannot satisfy man! There is no communication between his parts. One hand wants to do one thing, another hand may want to destroy it. A part of you is constantly hankering for the past that is lost; another part is striving to reach to the future. How can you be at ease? How can you be at home?

"Listen sometimes to what goes on inside your mind.

"Just the other night I was reading a passage from Ionesco's play, The Bald Soprano:

"Two couples – the Smiths and the Martins – sit in a room engaging in small talk which does not communicate. A weird clock on the wall which strikes at any time does not communicate either.

"At one point in the play, the four characters angrily shout meaningless insults at each other: 'Cockatoos, cockatoos, cockatoos…. Such coca, such coca, such coca…. Such cascades of cacao, such cascades of cacao, such cascades of cacao….'

"When the Martins fall into bored slumber, the maid addresses the audience: 'Elizabeth is not Elizabeth, Donald is not Donald. It is in vain that he thinks he is Donald. It is in vain that she thinks she is Elizabeth. But who is the true Donald? and who is the true Elizabeth? Who has any interest in prolonging the confusion?'

"Ionesco is telling us in this play that loss of self is the loss of communication, and the loss of communication is the loss of self.

"Have you watched inside yourself what goes on? No communication! between one fragment of your being and another fragment of your being. What to say about communion? There is no communication even. You are not one: you are a multiplicity. And you are a multiplicity because of the multiplicity of desires. You want to become so many things."
In this title, Osho talks on the following topics:

consciously… breath… alchemy… mystic… growth… believe… emphasis… byron… alexander… diogenes
 

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