OSHO How Can You Choose a President by Election

Tweet “How can you choose a president by election? How can you choose a governor by election? You are giving so much power to power – hungry people; with your own hands you are telling them to hang you! This is not democracy. In the name of democracy these people have been exploiting the masses. […]

OSHO Children Need Privacy

Tweet A child needs immense privacy, as much as possible, a maximum of privacy, so that he can develop his individuality un-interfered with. But we are trespassing on the child, continuously trespassing. The parents are continuously asking, ‘What are you doing? What are you thinking?’ Even thinking! “A child needs immense privacy. The parents should […]

OSHO The greatest calamity that can happen to a man

Tweet “The greatest calamity that can happen to a man is that he becomes too serious and too practical. A little bit craziness, a little bit eccentricity, is all for the good.” Osho

Osho’s response to a question on homosexuality

Tweet Original Question: The questioner says: I have a lover…and I have an eating disorder. Osho asks: The lover is a man? The questioner answers: Yes.  Osho: … that won’t help much. Your Montreal is almost all homosexual, the whole city. That won’t help much, that cannot become the real thing, because both the energies […]

OSHO The Limits of Perception

Tweet Whatsoever we see is limited, whatsoever we feel is limited, all perceptions are limited. But if you can become aware, then every limited thing is disappearing into the unlimited. Look at the sky. You will see a limited part of it, not because the sky is limited by because your eyes are limited, your […]

OSHO Let Yourself Become Weightless

Tweet When sitting, just feel that you have become weightless, there is no weight. You will feel that somewhere or other there is weight, but go on feeling the weightlessness. It comes. A moment comes when you feel that you are weightless, that there is no weight. When there is no weight you are no […]

OSHO Disidentify From Your Thoughts

Tweet Close your eyes, then focus both of them just in the middle of the two eyebrows, as if you are looking there with your two eyes. Give total attention to it.

OSHO The Three Psychologies

Do not cling to life,” and this is easy to understand and follow. But he also says, “Do not lust for life.” Are we not to enjoy in the present all that nature has to offer us: food, love, beauty, sex, etc? And if this is so, is it not lust for life?

Osho Meditation Be Real

Preserve your energy for the moment when something real happens to you; then do it. Don’t smile, preserve the energy. The smile will come, and then it will change you completely. Then it will be total. Then every cell of your body will smile. Then it will be an explosion ― nothing painted.

OSHO Meditation The Art of the Other

Love means the art of being with others. Meditation means the art of being with yourself. They are two aspects of the same coin.