Schumann Resonance Meditation 7.83 Hz

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Schumann Resonance Meditation 7.83 Hz was originally published on Divine Aim

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OSHO: I Respect Money

“I Respect Money – because it can make you multidimensionally rich.”

In this talk Osho responds to a question about the significance of money:

Can you talk about money? What are all these feelings which are around money? What makes it so powerful that people sacrifice their lives for it?

“Life needs money because life needs comforts, life needs good food, life needs good clothes, good houses. Life needs beautiful literature, music, art, poetry. Life is vast!
And a man who cannot understand classical music is poor. He is deaf. He may hear – his eyes, his ears, his nose, all his senses will be perfectly right medically – but metaphysically…”

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Guided Meditation – Blissful Deep Relaxation

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Guided Meditation – Blissful Deep Relaxation was originally published on Divine Aim

OSHO: The Fear of Intimacy

Osho puts the human mind under the microscope as never before, analyzes it down to the smallest wrinkle.

And here is Osho’s response to the question:

Of my many fears, the one of which I am most aware is that of intimacy. I am like a hit and run driver in my relationships with people. Could you speak to me of my fear of intimacy?
“Everybody is afraid of intimacy. It is another thing whether you are aware of it or not. Intimacy means exposing yourself before a stranger. We are all strangers — nobody knows anybody. We are even strangers to ourselves, because we don’t know who we are. Intimacy brings you close to a stranger. You have to drop all your defenses; only then, intimacy is possible. And the fear is that if you drop all your defenses, all your masks, who knows what the stranger is going to do with you?”

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OSHO: The Fear of the Unknown

Osho, a contemporary mystic has spoken on virtually every aspect of human consciousness. In these talks, the human mind is put under the microscope as never before, analyzed down to the smallest wrinkle. In this talk Osho speaks about the fear of the unknown.

The fear of going crazy has probably come across the mind of many intelligent individuals. Osho shares in this talk his insights about fear and the difference between going mad and going beyond the mind.”

“….this is a madness that happens only to very rare individuals; it is not something common. It is not insanity, it is going beyond mind; and the mind feels tremendously afraid, because going beyond means going from the known to the unknown. From the small space which seems to be lighted, going beyond means entering into darkness. And the mind is trained for everything in life, to go beyond and lose grasp of it feels dangerous.”

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OSHO: The Fear of Knowing Oneself

Osho, a contemporary mystic has spoken on virtually every aspect of human consciousness. In these talks, the human mind is put under the microscope as never before, analyzed down to the smallest wrinkle.

In this talk Osho responds to the following question:

Why am I always running so fast? Is there something that I don’t want to see?

“…it is not only you; almost everybody is running as fast as he can from himself. And the problem is, you cannot run away from yourself. Wherever you go you will be yourself. The fear is of knowing oneself.”

To understand more about OSHO Talks, their context and purpose, see:

This video is available for translation as part of the ‘OSHO TALKS Video Translation Project.
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OSHO International Foundation:

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OSHO: The Fear of Knowing Oneself was originally published on Divine Aim

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