Healing · Psychology · Religious fundamentalism

“There is nothing to feel guilty about.”

“There is nothing to feel guilty about. It is immensely significant that the trees don’t listen to Catholic priests. Otherwise, they would make the roses feel guilty: ‘Why do you have thorns?’ And the rose, dancing in the wind, in the rain, in the sun, would suddenly become sad. The dance would disappear; the joy… Continue reading “There is nothing to feel guilty about.”

Meditation

Peace within becomes peace without

“Start witnessing your thoughts — sitting silently, just watching the rush of thoughts, not interfering, not saying, “This is good. This is bad.” Not justifying, not appreciating, no judgment… non-judgmental witnessing, just like the mirror. Anybody or anything that passes by, the mirror reflects it; that’s all, it makes no comment.” ~ Osho I like… Continue reading Peace within becomes peace without

Freedom · Hypocrisy

Being true to ourselves and not give in to pressure to conform

Video commentary: Letting Go Of Society’s Expectations! (Don’t Be The Next Commodity in The Assembly Line) I was listening to Ralph Smart’s latest video last night, in which he talked about being true to ourselves and not become a slave (or “mindless drone”) in the workplace and society. Yes, it is worth everything to be… Continue reading Being true to ourselves and not give in to pressure to conform

Philosophy

The real trick to life is not to be in the know, but be in the mystery

Yes, the real trick of life is not to be in the know, but be in the mystery. It is the mystery that keeps us seeking and finding, and rejoicing whenever we discover the hidden treasure within ourselves, like in a treasure hunt. It is like living life with wide-eyed wonder of little children exploring… Continue reading The real trick to life is not to be in the know, but be in the mystery

Identity

Free from Conditionings (of the Society and Religion)

While I was browsing through the mystical and new age books in a large book store yesterday, I was pleasantly surprised to find Osho’s books as well. Here’s sharing here an interesting passage from his book “Living Dangerously”: “The most difficult thing in life is to drop the past – to drop the past means… Continue reading Free from Conditionings (of the Society and Religion)