Osho Audiobook - Individual Talk: Guida Spirituale, # 13, (mp3) - learning, dreams, hillary


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Child of the Universe

Track #13 of the Series, Guida Spirituale

"We have come to a beautiful end of the journey. These are the last sutras of Desiderata. Each word of these sutras is pregnant with immense possibilities. Each word has a multi-dimensional meaningfulness; hence it has to be meditated upon. Go slowly with each word.
Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself.

"What is a wholesome discipline? The word discipline comes from the same root as the word disciple. It means learning. Remember, learning is a verb, not a noun. It does not mean knowledge, it means the constant process of knowing. Knowledge is a dead thing, you can accumulate it. Even a computer can have knowledge, but a computer cannot learn, cannot be a disciple. A computer can only reproduce whatsoever has been fed into it; it is mechanical."
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Osho continues:
"Knowledge is mechanical accumulation; learning is a conscious process. It is a process like a river, always moving from the known towards the unknown, always ready to explore. Knowledge stops, learning never stops.

"A man like Socrates is a man of learning. Even at the moment of death he is still learning. When he was given the poison, his disciples started crying and weeping. He said, 'Don't miss this opportunity to learn something about death. It is one of the greatest events in life, in fact the greatest event, because it is the culmination, the crescendo, the climax. Wait, watch: meditate…what is happening to me.'

"That is actually what he did. The others were crying and weeping; they were not in a state of exploration – as if they knew what death is. Nobody knows what death is, although you all have died many times; but you still don't know what death is because you missed the opportunity of learning, you were not alert enough to learn. Hence, again and again you have died, again and again you have missed the opportunity. You have missed the opportunity because you go on believing as if you know what death is. You don't even know what life is, how can you know what death is?

"Once a man came to me and asked, 'What happens after death?'

"I said, 'Forget about it! First try to learn what happens before death. Have you learned that? Do you know what life is?'

"He said, 'I don't know.'

"I said, 'You are alive and you don't know what life is – how can you know what death is? You will know it only when you are dying. But if you don't know life, the same way you will miss that opportunity too.'

"Socrates remained alert to the very last moment. He went on telling his disciples to the very last moment what was happening to him. He was learning, he was teaching.

"A real master is always a disciple. A real master is always learning. He never claims knowledge; in fact he claims agnosia, a state of not knowing. That's what Dionysius calls it: a state of not knowing. Socrates has said: 'I know only one thing, that I know nothing.' This is agnosia."
In questo titolo Osho parla dei seguenti argomenti:

learning… dreams… beautiful… selfish… repressed… childish… mirror… hillary… tathata… desai

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