Osho Audiobook - Individual Talk: Yoga: The Science of the Soul, # 3, (mp3) - sincere, life, patanjali


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Track #3 of the Series, Yoga: The Science of the Soul

"There are three types of seekers. The first type comes onto the path because of curiosity: Patanjali calls it kutuhal. He is not really interested. He has drifted into it as if by accident. He may have read something, he may have heard somebody talk about God, the truth, the ultimate liberation, and he became interested. The interest is intellectual, just like a child who becomes interested in each and every thing and then, after a time, drifts away because more and more curiosities are always opening their doors.

"Such a man will never attain. Out of curiosity you cannot attain the truth, because truth needs a persistent effort, a continuity, a perseverance which a man of curiosity cannot have. A man of curiosity can do a certain thing for a certain period of time according to his mood, but then there is a gap and in that gap all that is done disappears, is undone."
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Osho continues:
"Again he will start from the very beginning, and the same will happen.

"He cannot reap the result. He can sow the seeds, but cannot wait, because millions of new interests are always calling him. He goes to the south, then he moves to the east, then he goes to the west, then to the north. He is like wood drifting in the sea: he is not going anywhere; his energy is not moving towards a certain goal. Whatsoever circumstance pushes him…. He is accidental, and the accidental man cannot attain to the divine. Much activity may be done by him, but it is all futile because in the day he will do it and in the night he will undo it. Perseverance is needed; a continuous hammering is needed.

"Jalaluddin Rumi had a small school – a school of wisdom. He used to take his disciples to the fields, to the farms around. And he used to take all his new disciples to one particular farm to show them what happened there. Whenever a new disciple came, he would take him to that farm. There was something worthwhile there; the farmer was an example of a certain state of mind. The farmer would be digging a well, but he would dig ten feet, fifteen feet, and then he would change his mind saying, 'This place doesn't look good.' So he would start another hole, and then another.

"He had been doing that for many years. By that time there were eight incomplete holes. The whole farm was destroyed, and he was working on the ninth. Jalaluddin would say to his new disciples, 'Look! Don't be like this farmer. If he had put all his effort into one hole, by this time the hole would have been at least one hundred feet deep. He has made much effort, he has done much activity, but he cannot wait. Ten, twelve, fifteen feet, then he gets bored; then he starts another hole. This way the whole farm will be covered with holes, and there will never be a well.

"This is the man of curiosity, the accidental man who does things and when he starts he has much zeal – in fact, too much."
In questo titolo Osho parla dei seguenti argomenti:

sincere… life… love… persona… efforts… supreme… sincerity… attain… innocence… patanjali

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