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Osho

Happiness, Pleasure, Joy, Bliss

    Shubhendu Kumarmembuat kutipan10 bulan yang lalu
    perhaps the almost impossible can become possible
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    The “almost” depends on two things. First: if you are available, open, relaxed, with no idea of what bliss is, just a pure inquiry without any prejudice, without any mind; if your heart is available without any conditions from your side – then
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    The moment you know who you are, instantly, immediately, all the bliss of the whole existence is yours. You are so full of bliss that you can bless everybody, the whole existence, without ever exhausting it.
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    What do you know about love? What do you know about beauty? What do you know about goodness? What do you know about grace, gratitude? What do you know about yourself, who you are? Nothing! And you know everything about the whole world, the whole geography of the world, the whole history of the world. All kinds of idiots in history are all there:
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    That’s the difference between a teacher and a master: a teacher gives you definitions, explains the scriptures to you. The master allows you to go with him into the unknown. He does not give you definitions, scriptures: he gives you a push. He throws you into the bottomless abyss of existence.
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    he world of bliss the more you give, the more you have
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    The master is full of bliss, he is showering all that he has – because in
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    This is the law of synchronicity. The disciple is joined with the master by the law of synchronicity. A disciple is not a disciple unless the law of synchronicity starts functioning, unless something invisible transpires between you and the master.
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    t, it has some quality of happiness in it, but it is much more. And the plus is that you feel absolutely fulfilled, contented, with no desire, no expectatio
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    Bliss has some quality of pleasure
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    liss is the only experience in life which has no polar opposite to it. That’s why, once you are blissful, you cannot fall back.
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    Bliss has no counterpart to it. That is the first thing to understand. Pleasure has pain, happiness has unhappiness, but bliss has nothing as a counterpart
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    One thing to remember about the relationship between happiness and time: happiness is so beautiful, so juicy, so groovy, that you feel time is passing very fast. The watch, the clock, have no idea that you are happy or unhappy – they are moving at the usual speed, but when you are happy you feel time fleeing fast because you would like to have as much of it as possible.
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    If you just sit and try to be silent you will find more thoughts are coming to you than ever, because they never usually find you so available. They are always standing in a queue waiting for their number to come up, and you are so late with your appointments that a few thoughts may be left standing there for years. But t
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    thoughts are stubborn, they can wait. For years they can wait: someday they will sneak in. So when you are sitting in meditation, prayer, contemplation, you are giving an opportunity to all the thoughts, desires, dreams which had not been able to attract your attention before.
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    But without renouncing pleasure there is no way to renounce pain – that is the difficulty. If it were possible to save pleasure and renounce pain, I don’t think any saint would be so idiotic as to renounce pleasure.
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    Have you ever thought about why religious people, monks, saints, sages start renouncing pleasure? You may not have wondered. They are not renouncing pleasure, they are renouncing pain
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    Now, after these ten hours, twelve hours of going almost to the very source of his life in sleep, it is no wonder if he starts dancing in the morning.
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    You don’t get up so rejuvenated because you don’t sleep well. Your mind goes on thinking and dreaming and projecting; your mind goes on keeping your body tense. Just watch somebody’s face while he is sleeping, and you will wonder what he is doing. Sometimes his face becomes very tense, sometimes tension lines appear on his forehead, sometimes he is gnashing his teeth, sometimes he starts making sounds. Perhaps he is saying something but in sleep it becomes gibberish; you cannot figure out what he is saying. But so much is going on.
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    sex is pleasure, love is happiness. Don’t get confused between the two. Love can exist without sex; sex can exist without love. They can exist together too but there is no necessity for them to exist together.
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