Talk #8 of the Series,
Come Follow to You, Vol. 3
Osho,I often desire to have an isolated, secure place to allow surrender. Meditations several hours a day going deeper and deeper without distraction. As I understand, most yoga masters teach that withdrawal from the world is necessary for a period of time, once kundalini starts rising, until one is finally established in samadhi; at which time one can really be in the world, but not of it. Your teaching seems to be different: to engage in the world while the transformation is occurring. If this is so, how do I avoid the distraction of maya before I clearly see the reality?
"Never compare, because all comparison is foolish. Everybody is just like himself. What is the point of comparing? Who are you to compare?"
Osho, The Discipline of Transcendence Volume 2 #1
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