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Ancient Music in the Pines

Zen is the way of the spontaneous – the effortless effort, the way of intuition. A Zen Master, Ikkyu, a great poet, has said: "I can see clouds a thousand miles away, hear ancient music in the pines." This is what Zen is all about.

Although these Zen anecdotes are delightful and fascinating in themselves, Osho′s profound, stimulating and highly original commentaries uncover the hidden mysteries behind these unique and exquisite exchanges between Zen masters and the people around them, so that their meaning and significance become crystal clear.

Each of the commentaries is followed by Osho′s answers to the many questions facing seekers as they explore their own inner worlds in his presence. He is quite merciless yet equally compassionate and humorous as he exposes people′s illusions, delusions and hypocrisies. Like the Zen masters in these stories he provokes the reader into a direct experience of the present moment.
 
 
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Excerpt from: Ancient Music in the Pines, Chapter 1
"The male mind is a trouble-making phenomenon – hence it overpowers. it dominates. But deep down. although you may attain power, you miss life – and deep down, the feminine mind continues. Unless you fall back to the feminine and you surrender. unless your resistance and struggle become surrender. you will not know what real life, and the celebration of it, is.

"I have heard one anecdote.

"An American scientist once visited the offices of the great Nobel prize-winning physicist, Niels Bohr, in Copenhagen, and was amazed to find that over his desk was a horseshoe, securely nailed to the wall with the open end up in the approved manner so it would catch the good luck and not let it spill out.

"The American said with a nervous laugh, ‘Surely you don’t believe the horseshoe will bring you good luck, do you, Professor Bohr? After all, as a level-headed scientist.…’

"Bohr chuckled, ‘I believe in no such thing, my good friend, not at all. I am scarcely likely to believe in such foolish nonsense. However, I am told that a horseshoe will bring you good luck whether you believe in it or not.’

"Look a little deeper, and just underneath your logic you will find fresh waters of intuition, fresh waters of trust, flowing.

"Yoga is a way to use reason to reach God – of course very difficult, and the longest path. If you follow Patanjali you are trying to do that which can happen without doing; you are trying hard to do something. You are trying to pull yourself by shoe-strings –to pull yourself up.

"Zen is the way of the spontaneous – the effortless effort, the way of intuition.

"A Zen Master, Ikkyu, a great poet, has said: I can see clouds a thousand miles away, hear ancient music in the pines.
This is what Zen is all about. You cannot see clouds a thousand miles away with the logical mind. The logical mind is like glass, too dirty, too covered with the dust of ideas, theories, doctrines." Osho
In this title, Osho talks on the following topics:

silence... breathing... alive... meditation... memory... situation... trust... bodhidharma... einstein... shaw...
 

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