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Osho Audiobooks - Series of Talks: I Say Unto You, Vol. 2 (mp3)

 

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I Say Unto You, Vol. 2

Osho talks on the beauty and wisdom of Jesus′ sayings, and responds to questions about Catholicism, Jesus′ relationship with Mary Magdalene, sin and punishment, hedonism, the desire to serve, the difference between mind and ego, and more.

Osho looks with a crystal-clear perception at Jesus’ work, revealing the parables and miracles as metaphors of the inner world. He gives insight into Jesus’ own search, and his journeys to the ancient mystery schools of Egypt, Kashmir and Tibet that transformed him into one of the most evolved masters of the paths of love and meditation. His insights are so relevant for today’s societies where the sharp functioning of the mind is more valued than the intelligence of the heart.
 
 
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Excerpt from: I Say Unto You, Vol.1, Chapter 5
"Two things: first, if you are forgiven your many sins you will love more, naturally. If you love more, more of your many sins will be forgiven, naturally. It works both ways. It is not just that you love only because your sins have been forgiven. If you love, your sins will be forgiven. If your sins are forgiven you will love. They go together.

"Jesus is giving one of the greatest criterions ever given. It is not a question of how many sins you have committed in your lives – millions! The question is: Can you bow down to God and ask for his forgiveness? Can you surrender? Can you say to him ′I alone am not able to pay your debts, I am helpless. I am lost. If you save me, only then can I be saved; otherwise, there is no hope.′ If you can say this from your very core of being: that is prayer. In that way Christianity is far more religious than Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism. Because Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism depend more on man′s act, KARMA. They don′t depend on God′s compassion, on God′s forgiveness. That dimension is missing, utterly missing in Jainism. That′s why Jainism is very very dry, mathematical, calculating.

"Sometimes I suspect because Jainism is so calculating, that′s why all Jains have become businessmen. There must be some relationship between the two. Very calculating! – you have done one thing wrong, you have to do one thing good to cancel it. It is a question of mathematics. It is not religion. It is more of a science, because love never enters anywhere. Forgiveness... the very word is not known in Jain scripture. There is nobody to forgive, and forgiveness cannot be possible because that will be favoring a few people. There is no question of favouring anybody. Everybody has to suffer his sins, and everybody has to pay for them. It appeals to the logical mind, but it has no religious quality; it is dry. Without love, no religion can be religion.

"Christianity has one beautiful thing and that is: God′s compassion is our shelter." Osho
In this title, Osho talks on the following topics:

sex... ego... disappears... revolution... question... meditation... circle... jesus... moses... abraham...
 

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