Sarvasar Upanishad, Chapter 01

Fri, 8 January 1972 00:00:00 GMT
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Osho - Upanishads - That Art Thou
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To know and to be are one and the same. To be is the only way to know. And there are two dimensions of growth: one of knowledge and one of being.

You can know more and more and more, and still remain the same. BE more. The being must grow; not knowledge, not accumulation, not information - but being. Not knowledge, but consciousness, must grow. And only that growth which is of consciousness is spiritual. All else that just adds to your knowledge is nothing but a burden.

It is always dangerous to play with truths, because they will destroy you as you are. They will give you a rebirth. We are just pregnant for centuries and centuries, and lives and lives, and the birth has not happened. We are just pregnant, just a seed, because no one is ready to pay the price. And before one comes to that bliss which is our seeking, one has to pass through a deep suffering. That deep suffering is a must. That is the birth pain - you cannot escape it.

Why this prayer?

The relationship of the master and the disciple is the most intimate relationship possible, because bodies are not related, but spirits. All relationships are bodily, even that of the mother and son - it is just a physical relationship. The relationship of lover and the beloved is still something earthly.

The only relationship on the earth which is unearthly is that of a master and the disciple. So if the disciple is lost, the master is lost.

One is never safe with the ego. The ego is the source of all errors. So, to feel that one is saved already, means that one is still prone, one is still tending to fall back down. Rather the more we know it, the more unknown it becomes. The other shore means the unknown - not only the unknown but the unknowable. This is the mystery; this is what makes this type of knowledge esoteric. This is what mystery means: one knows and still remains ignorant.

Money continues to circulate, just like blood in the body. Knowledge cannot be circulated like money; this knowledge cannot be transferred. Then what to do? What should the master do with the disciple? The master only prays, "Give us strength. We should endeavor together, we should make an effort together" - but we endeavor TOGETHER. The family of the master - a member of the family, because they are not teachers.

To be a buddha is one thing, but to be a master is something plus.

To know truth is not as difficult as to communicate it. Communication is a greater difficulty, because the other comes in. In knowing, you are alone, but in communication the other comes in. And when you are trying to communicate, the other has to be considered. It becomes difficult. So there are many enlightened persons, but not so many masters. What has happened? The thing has happened, the explosion has happened, but even the person is not able to grasp the totality of it.

What has happened?

Buddha remained silent for seven days after his enlightenment. Why? One of the reasons, amongst many, is this: for seven days he tried to comprehend "What has happened? To whom has this happened? What has happened and to whom has this happened?

Knowing is just riverlike. It goes on and on and on, and there is no end to it.

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Jews are to hide their hatred for Christians.
-? Iore Dea (148, 12H):

"A Jew must not associate himself with gentiles."
-? Hilkoth Maakhaloth, Ch. IX.

"The Jews are human beings, but the nations of the world are not
human beings but beasts."
-- Saba Mecia, 114, 6.

"Jehovah created the non-Jew in human form so that the Jew would
not have to be served by beasts.

The non-Jew is consequently an animal in human form,
and condemned to serve the Jew day and night."
-? Midrasch Talpioth, p. 225-L.

"It is permitted to kill a Jewish denunciator everywhere.
It is permitted to kill him even before he denounces."
--Schuichan Qruch, Choszen Hajpiszpat jog.

"Thou shalt not do injury to thy neighbor (Bible),
but it is not said, 'Thou shalt not do injury to a Goy.' "
-? Mishna Sanhedryn 57.

"All property of other nations belongs to the Jewish nation,
which, consequently, is entitled to seize upon it without any scruples.
An orthodox Jew is not bound to observe principles of morality towards
people of other tribes.

He may act contrary to morality, if profitable to himself or to Jews
in general."
-? Schalchan arach. Choszen Hasisxpat 348.

"The Jew is not permitted to consider the goyim as human beings."
-? Schulchan Oruch, Orach Chaiw 14, 20, 32, 33, 39. TaIDud Jebamoth 61.

"To communicate anything to a goy about our religious relations
would be equal to the killing of all Jews,
for if the goyim knew what we teach about them they would kill us openly."
-? Libbre David 37.

"Although the non-Jew has the same body structure as the Jew,
they compare with the Jew like a monkey to a human."
-? Schene luchoth haberith, p. 250 b

"If you eat with a Gentile, it is the same as eating with a dog."
-? Tosapoth, Jebamoth 94b

"It is the law to kill anyone who denies the Torah.
The Christians belong to the denying ones of the Torah."
-? Coschen hamischpat 425 Hagah 425. 5

(Jesus Christ was) illegitimate and conceived during menstruation.
Mother a Prostitute.
-? Kallah 1b. (18b)

Christian birth rate must be diminished materially.
-? Zohar (II 64b)

Jews must always try to deceive Christians.
-? Zohar (1 160a)

Jews are not to prevent the death of a Christian.
-? Choschen Ham (425 5):

Do not save Christians in danger of death, instructed to let die.
-? Hilkkoth Akum (x,1)

Even the best of the Goim [Christians] should be killed.
-? Abhodah Zarah (25b)T

If Jew kills a Christian he commits no sin.
-? Sepher Or Israel 177b

Extermination of Christians necessary.
-? Zohar (11 43a)

Make no agreements and show no mercy to Christians.
-? Hilkhoth Akum (x,1)

Christians are idolaters.
-? Hilkhoth Maakhaloth

Christians have intercourse with animals.
-? Abhodah Zarah (22a)

Female Jews contaminated when meeting Christians.
-? Iore Dea (198, 48)

Innocent of murder if intent was to kill a Christian.
-? Makkoth (7b)

Christians likened to cows and asses.
-? Zohar II (64b)

Psalmist compares Christians to beasts.
-? Kethuboth (110b)

Sexual intercourse with Christian same as intercourse with beast.
-? Sanhedrin (74b)

The seed [children] of Christians valued same as the seed of a beast.
-? Kethuboth (3b)

Those Jews who do good to Christians never rise when dead.
-? Zohar (1, 25b)

Christian property belongs to the first Jew claiming it.
-? Babha Bathra (54b)

Keep any overpayment Christians make in error.
-? Choschen Ham (193, 7)

It is permitted for a Jew to deceive Christians.
-? Babha Kama (113b)

Jew may deceive Christians.
-? Iore Dea (157, 2) H

Jew may lie and perjure himself to condemn a Christian.
-? Babha Kama (113a)

The name of God is not profaned when a Jew lies to Christians.
-? Babha Kama (113b):

Jew may perjure himself when lying about Christians.
-? Kallah (1b, p. 18):

Jews may swear falsely by the use of subterfuge wording.
-? Schabbouth Hag (6d):

Jews must always try to deceive Christians.
-? Zohar (1, 160a):

Christians who are not Jews' enemies must also die.
-? Iore Dea (158, 1):