“Gautam Buddha said as his last statement: “Be a light unto yourself.” The day I leave the body please remind me, so that I can make my last statement: “Be a joke unto yourself.” That is far more joyful than being a light unto yourself.
Osho introduces meditation in a modern context. he takes it away from all ‘religious’ or ‘spiritual’ contexts and shows that it is a simple method to develop awareness.
Osho speaks about spiritual leaders and their relationship with followers.
So times of disaster are very revealing. They don’t bring anything new into the world; they simply make you aware of the world as it is – they wake you up.
Question – Is it possible to climb on to higher stages while one is suppressing or excluding parts of his being by outside conditions and illusions?
by Osho: The very first foundations of a life of spiritual endeavour are love of oneself and spiritual harmony. Surely you will be confounded to hear this, because you have been often advised to suppress something within you. But I say that there is nothing within you that needs suppression or extirpation.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi addresses the question: Is it nature’s plan for man to suffer?
In 1972, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is asked about the connection between the Science of Creative Intelligence (SCI) and his Transcendental Meditation technique.
Maharishi and Buckminster Fuller speak at a press conference in Amherst, July 22, 1971.
Maharishi answers the question: “In Transcendental Meditation, what do you meditate about?”