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« Reply #20 on: November 18, 2013, 10:45:44 PM »

Giuseppe liest, Osho beschreibt seine Erleuchtung


Die folgenden Worten fehlen zum Schluss der Vorlesung:

....sein Vertrauen dadurch nicht. Selbst wenn ihr sein Mitgefühl missbraucht und seine Liebe betrügt, macht es für ihn keinen Unterschied. Das sind eure Probleme. Sein Vertrauen, sein Mitgefühl, seine Liebe bleiben gleich.
Es geht ihm in seinem Leben nur noch darum, andere Menschen aufzuwecken. Was immer er tut, es ist das einzige Ziel hinter all seinen Handlungen: Wie kann man immer mehr Menschen helfen aufzuwachen? Denn dadurch, dass er erwacht ist, hat er die höchste Seligkeit im Leben erfahren.
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« Reply #21 on: March 15, 2014, 09:52:48 PM »

Osho genannt Bhagwan - Legenden - Teil 1

Osho genannt Bhagwan - Legenden - Teil 2
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« Reply #22 on: March 15, 2014, 10:01:37 PM »

Elten / Satyananda in Talkshow Maischberger 1/2

Elten / Satyananda in Talkshow Maischberger 2/2


Jörg Andrees Elten erzählt aus seinem langährigen Erfahrungsschatz in der ARD Talkshow bei Maischberger vom 02.06.09.

siehe auch diesen vortrag von 2013 http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPVSyRYNgGz1pZHiFSn6Ldw/videos
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« Reply #23 on: January 20, 2015, 02:48:59 PM »

....My son assumed that since Osho has written a book on every religion (and praised the core teachings of every one of them), Osho must have written one on Islam, and my son was going to read it and get "the other side of the story." But what he found was that Osho has not written about Islam, and not only that, he explained why he hasn't. Here is what Osho said:

"Mohammed was an absolutely illiterate man, and the Koran, in which his sayings are collected, is ninety-nine percent rubbish. You can just open the book anywhere and read it, and you will be convinced of what I am saying. I am not saying on a certain page — anywhere. You just open the book accidentally, read the page and you will be convinced of what I am saying.

Whatsoever one percent truth there is here and there in the Koran is not Mohammed's. It is just ordinary, ancient wisdom that uneducated people collect easily — more easily than the educated people, because educated people have far better sources of information — books, libraries, universities, scholars. The uneducated, simply by hearing the old people, collect a few words of wisdom here and there. And those words are significant, because for thousands of years they have been tested and found somehow true. So it is the wisdom of the ages that is scattered here and there; otherwise, it is the most ordinary book possible in the world.

Muslims have been asking me, "Why don't you speak on the Koran? You have spoken on The Bible, on the Gita, this and that." I could not say to them that it is all rubbish; I simply went on postponing. Even just before I went into silence, a Muslim scholar sent the latest English version of the Koran, praying me to speak on it. But now I have to say that it is all rubbish, that is why I have not spoken on it — because why unnecessarily waste time?


- From Unconciousness to Consciousness
Chapter 5 by Osho



aus dem Artikel http://dttj.blogspot.de/2010/06/osho-on-islam.html


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siehe auch
http://oshopedia.blogspot.de/2010/03/osho-on-islam.html
http://www.amazon.com/From-Unconsciousness-Consciousness-Osho/dp/8172610165
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0xb4crOvCgTLW9jRDFiWHVFMmM/edit

Hinweis: Osho hat aber viel und sehr positiv über Sufi-Meister gesprochen, und in seinem Ashram wurden/wird Sufi-Meditationen als fester Part der Praxis angewendet...
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So although I love Sufis... I don't want, Coleman, to hurt your feelings, but I would certainly say that you will have one day to change from Sufis to Zen.

Sufis are still living in imagination; they have not known the state of no-mind. And because they have not known the state of no-mind, however beautiful their personalities may become, they are still just close to enlightenment, but not enlightened. Remember, even to be very close is not to be enlightened.

And the reason is clear: Sufism is a branch, an offshoot of Mohammedanism. It carries almost all that is good in Mohammedanism. But Mohammedanism, Judaism, Christianity all are hypothetical.

There have been only two religions which are not hypothetical, Buddhism and Taoism. Zen is a crossbreed of these two, and the crossbreed is always better than both the parents. It is the meeting of Buddha and Lao Tzu; out of this meeting is born Zen. It is not Buddhism, it is not Taoism; it has its own individuality. It carries everything beautiful that comes from Buddha and everything great that comes from Lao Tzu. It is the highest peak that man has ever reached.

Hinduism is a mess: thirty-three million gods! ? what do you expect? Hinduism has remained a philosophical, controversial, hypothetical religion. It has not been able to reach the heights of Buddha. Buddha was born a Hindu but revolted against this mess, searched alone rather than believing. That is one of the most important things to remember. Any religion that begins with belief is going to give you an auto-hypnotic experience.

Only Taoism and Buddhism don't start with a belief. Their whole effort is that you should enter yourself without any concept of what you are going to find there. Just being open, available, without any prejudice, without any philosophy and scripture ? just go in, open-hearted, and when you reach to the point where mind is silent, not a single thought moving...
http://www.ajna.com/archives/articles/spirituality/osho-rumi-sufism.php

OSHO: Sufi Whirling
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