Talk #2 of the Series,
Tantra: The Supreme Understanding
"The song continues:If one sees naught when staring into space,if with the mind one then observes the mind,one destroys distinctions and reaches buddhahood.The clouds that wander through the sky have no roots, no home;neither do the distinctive thoughts floating through the mind. Once the self-mind is seen, discrimination stops.In space, shapes and colors form,but neither by black nor white is space tinged.From the self-mind all things emerge.The mind by virtues and by vices is not stained."
"You don’t compare a rose with a lotus, you simply say that they are two different things. Two different individuals, although they are both human beings, are unique individuals – incomparable."
Osho, From Personality to Individuality #30
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