Osho Music: Ten Thousand Buddhas (mp3, AAC)


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Ten Thousand Buddhas

Can we celebrate the gathering of ten thousand buddhas?

"Just watch the body, the mind.
They are not you, you are the watcher.
And the watcher is another name for the buddha.

This is a blissful evening –– ten thousand people just drowned in an oceanic consciousness of watchfulness.
Ten thousand buddhas –– there has never been such an assembly.
Be very careful and cautious that you don’t lose this watchfulness when you come back from the center to the circumference".

Osho, excerpted from: The Buddha: The Emptiness of the Heart
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Excerpt from: Osho, Om Mani Padme Hum: The Sound of Silence, the Diamond in the Lotus, Chapter 22
"Music is the only language that comes very close to silence, the only sound which is able to create the soundless. It has to be understood that music has no meaning. It is sheer joy, celebration. It is the only art that can somehow impart the inexpressible.

"The ancientmost tradition of music is that it was born out of meditation. The people who meditated could not find any way to impart their experiences. They invented different instruments so that something can be said without creating a meaning in you but certainly a joy, a dance.

"It must have been a tremendously valuable revelation for those who in the beginning discovered a language which is not a language. Sounds in themselves have no meaning. Meaning is mans imposition on sounds. Sounds are natural. The wind blowing through the pine trees has a sound and a music of its own. Or a river, descending from the mountain through the rocks, has its own sound and its own music.

"It is my assumption that meditators, listening to the inner silence, must have felt the tremendous difficulty of how to share it. It was in those beginning days that music was discovered. The discovery is simple: take away the meaning from the sounds and instead of meaning, give the sounds harmony, a rhythm which penetrates to the very heart. It says nothing, but it says the unsayable too.

"The ordinary idea of music is that it consists of sounds, but that is only half the truth – and of lesser importance. As the music becomes deeper and deeper, it consists of silences between two sounds." Osho