OSHO Have A Cup Of Tea

Tweet A Zen Story: Joshu, the Zen master, asked a new monk in the monastery, ‘Have I seen you before?’ The new monk replied, ‘No sir.’ Joshu said, ‘Then have a cup of tea.’ Joshu then turned to another monk, ‘Have I seen you here before? The second monk said, ‘Yes sir, of course you […]


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 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 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 Unwinding Before Sleep

Every night sit comfortably in a chair and rest your head back, like you do at the dentist. You can use a pillow. Then release your lower jaw. Just relax it so the mouth opens slightly, and start breathing from the mouth, not from the nose. Don’t change your breathing — let it be natural


OSHO Touching as a Feather

In a relaxed mind thoughts cannot move; they get frozen. They live through tension.


OSHO Feel the Peace in Your Heart

Go on doing it. And it is so easy that you can go on doing it any time. Just lying on your bed at night you can do it; just in the morning when you feel that you are now awake you can do it. Do first and then get up. Even ten minutes will be enough. Ten minutes at night just before falling asleep, do it. Make the world unreal, and your sleep will be so deep that you may not have slept like that before.


OSHO Know The Knower And The Known

Knowing is your faculty. Knowledge is gathered through this faculty. But knowing reveals two things: the known and the knower


OSHO Feel I am

Feel it ― I am existing. Feeling is a different thing, totally different. Try it. And you can do it anywhere. Just riding on a bus, or traveling in a train, or just sitting, or lying down on your bed, try to feel existence as it is