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... Osho The Eternal Message: Purity-a Consequence of Meditation Prev Next Osho The Eternal Message Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Purity-a Consequence of Meditation From: Osho Date: Fri, 4 May 1971 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - The Eternal Message Chapter #: 12 Location: ??? Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video Available: N.A. Length...

...: N.A. Beloved Bhakti, Love. Meditation is like the sea, receiving the dirty river and yet remaining pure. You need not be purified before it. But you will come purified out of it. Meditation is unconditional. Purity is not a pre-requirement - but a consequence. 4-5-1971 Generated by PreciseInfo ™ ...
... Osho Gateless Gate: Let Meditation Be Thy Very Existence Prev Next Osho Gateless Gate Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Let Meditation Be Thy Very Existence From: Osho Date: Fri, 25 Oct 1970 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - The Gateless Gate Chapter #: 2 Location: ??? Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video Available: N.A. Length: N.A. Dear...

... Saraswati, Love. I hope you will be in deep meditation. Breathe in it, sleep in it, live in it. Let meditation be thy very existence. Only then is the HAPPENING. Don't do it, but BE IT. And, my blessings are always with you. If you need any help from me,just ask when you are thoughtless. And, it will be GIVEN to you. 25-10-1970 (To Dr. Miss Colette Guinebert, alias Ma Saraswati, 87, Avenue due Maine XIVe...
... Osho That Art Thou: Kaivalya Upanishad, Chapter 22 Prev Next Osho That Art Thou Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Kaivalya Upanishad, Chapter 22 From: Osho Date: Fri, 27 March 1972 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - Upanishads - That Art Thou Chapter #: 22 Location: pm at Mt Abu Meditation Camp, India Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video...

... Available: N.A. Length: N.A. THEY HAVE UNDISTURBED SPACE, RESTING IN A COMFORTABLE POSTURE, CLEAN AND PURE, WITH THE NECK, HEAD, AND BODY IN ONE LINE; HELD ERECT, IN A MENTAL ATTITUDE OF SANNYAS, HAVING CONTROLLED ALL THE SENSES, SALUTING ONE'S OWN TEACHER, GURU, DEVOTEDLY, MEDITATE WITHIN THE LOTUS OF THE HEART; THE UNTAINTED, THE PURE, THE CLEAR AND THE TRANSPARENT, THE GRIEFLESS PRINCIPLE OF DEVOTION...

.... Meditation is a very complex phenomenon. It looks simple; it is not. It is a science, a complete science in itself. It is bound to be, because meditation means a deep mutation of your total being. The whole being has to be transformed, so it is obviously going to be a complex affair. Man is a complexity; the mutation is bound to be also a complex thing. Some basic elements must be understood. One: your...

... body - your body must be in a deep cooperation; otherwise, meditation will be unnecessarily difficult. Your body must be in such a state that it helps, not hinders. As it is ordinarily, it is a deep hindrance. Your body goes on hindering you; it becomes an obstacle, and if you want to transform, you must purify the body first. And by purifying the body many things are meant. First, you must...

..., diseased. Let there be no center in the body; let yourself be outside, just encompassing the body. And then the body becomes fresh, young, flowing, liquid, an energy - without any burdened feeling upon it. Then the body cooperates. This light feeling of the body becomes a basic source of help for meditation. Not only the body, but your heart also must be prepared for meditation to flower...

... at a thing from the positive, with something to learn from it? Why go on accumulating the negative? This is just a habit - it is not inevitable; it is not. Buddha could send his disciples to the burning places, to cemeteries to look at dead bodies, to contemplate death, to meditate on death: The body is burning - the dead body is there - it is burning. And Buddha would send his disciples there, to sit...

... there and meditate on death. And meditating on death, the disciple would soon come to realize a different quality of life which never dies. Then he would come dancing, singing, to Buddha - from the dead body burning in the cemetery, he would come running, dancing - why? he should come sad, sorrowful, depressed, dead himself in a way. But he has not accumulated the negative even from a dead body. He has accumulated...

... something positive. He has been meditating on death, and if you meditate on death you become more and more aware of life. He comes running, dancing, grateful - grateful to Buddha, grateful to the dead man also. Why go on accumulating the negative? - we go on; that's just a wrong habit. Change it! Always look at the positive, and soon you heart will be purified. Negativities are the diseases of the heart...

.... The body must be purified by encompassing it. The heart must be purified by a positive foundation given to it, negatives denied. Be negative only to negatives, and then, then you can meditate. On what is one to meditate? - the untainted, the pure, the clear, and the griefless. Meditate on the untainted. What is untainted? - only the sky, space is untainted. Meditate on space, pure space, and you...

... will become like it. Whatsoever one meditates on one becomes. Meditate on purity. Everyone has felt somewhere a glimpse of purity... a flower, a virgin - anywhere. Many moments are there when one begins to feel purity. Meditate on purity... a flower, a virgin - anything. Meditate on purity and you will become pure. Whatsoever one meditates on one becomes. The clear, the transparent - meditate on any...

... transparency. A silent lake - you can look to the very bottom, everything clear; a glass window - so pure, so clear that even you don't see the glass, that the glass is there. Meditate on any transparency, and you will become transparent, you will become clear. The griefless - meditate on the griefless... anything which is blissful, which is a beauty-tude. We go on meditating on grief; we go on meditating...

... on grief continually. We go on meditating on suffering, then we become part of it. Meditation is the way to make oneself just like the object of the meditation. Remember a Buddha, a griefless one. Remember a Krishna, a joyous one. Remember anything - a Chaitanya dancing, a Meera singing. Remember anything - a cloud passing in the sky, dancing, rays of the sun coming to you. Remember anything which...

... is blissful to you. Meditate on it and you will become blissful. Don't continue to meditate on things which you would not like to be like. We go on meditating on wrong things. Everyone is a meditator, remember. It is NOT that there are a few people who meditate. Everyone meditates, no one can be without meditation. So what is the difference between a meditator and a non-meditator? The difference...

... is not of meditation, the difference is only of objects. The difference is only of objects. Someone is meditating on sex - he becomes sexual. Someone is meditating on anger - he becomes angry. Someone meditating on some sad event, he becomes sad. Everyone is meditating. Only Mahavira has divided meditation into four types. Really, this is strange because Mahavira alone has divided meditation into four parts. Many...

... divisions are there, but nothing like Mahavira's, because Mahavira divides two such things, two such types which no one would like to call meditation. The first he calls RAUDRADHYAN - anger meditation. The second he calls ARTADHYAN - suffering meditation. No one has named these. The third he calls DHARMADHYAN, and the fourth he calls SHUKLADHYAN. Dharmadhyan - religious meditation; and shukladhyan...

... - the purest meditation. But he calls all four meditation. The first two, anger meditation and suffering meditation - no one will call these meditation. If someone is angry, have you felt that he is in a deep meditation? Everything has gone out of his mind, only one point of anger remains. He is focused, the whole world has dropped. Really, when someone is in anger, he is not in this world at all. He...

... is not looking at you, he is not looking at anything; he is not even aware that the whole world exists - only anger exists. When someone is suffering, deeply suffering - some loved one has died - then he is not aware of anything, only of his own suffering. His suffering encompasses him. Only now the suffering is there, everything has become just illusory. He is in a deep meditation, of course, of the wrong...

... type. Everyone meditates. The difference is: someone meditates on wrong objects, and someone meditates on right objects. Meditate on some blissful moment. Meditate on something you would like to become like, then meditation becomes a mutation. First, wrong objects are to be dropped, then ultimately right objects are also to be dropped. When there is no object, and only a meditative consciousness...
... Osho And Now And Here: Religion is a Search for Meditation Prev Next Osho And Now And Here Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Religion is a Search for Meditation From: Osho Date: Fri, 1 August 1970 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - And Now, And Here Chapter #: 10 Location: pm in CCI Chambers, Bombay, India Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video...
... Osho The Eternal Message: Authentic Knowledge-Only Through Meditation Prev Next Osho The Eternal Message Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Authentic Knowledge-Only Through Meditation From: Osho Date: Fri, 24 Apr 1971 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - The Eternal Message Chapter #: 5 Location: ??? Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video...

.... And then the method is meditation and not analysis. Meditation is synthetic. It is concerned with the whole and not with the part. It is subjective and not objective. It is irrational or super-rational and not rational. It is religious or mystic, and not scientific. Authentic knowledge of consciousness comes only through meditation and all else is just superficial acquaintance and basically erroneous because...
... Osho Gateless Gate: Let The Meditation Ripen You Prev Next Osho Gateless Gate Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Let The Meditation Ripen You From: Osho Date: Fri, 25 Oct 1970 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - The Gateless Gate Chapter #: 3 Location: ??? Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video Available: N.A. Length: N.A. Dear Henrotte, Love...

... is longing to explode. Its very longing is the source of your search. Its longing is the Tension that you are today. And its longing will be the Freedom that you will be tomorrow. The essence is there and the existence will follow it, if you so wish, Please, follow its call to the conclusion. Go on doing meditation. Do not seek results. They will come by themselves, when the time is ripe. And The Time...

... Is Ripe. But still you are not. Let meditation ripen you. 25-10-1970 (To Dr. Jean Georges Henrotte, 65, Rue De Lt, Federation, Paris-15, France). Generated by PreciseInfo ™ ...
... Osho The Psychology of the Esoteric: The mystery of meditation Prev Next Osho The Psychology of the Esoteric Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. The mystery of meditation From: Osho Date: Fri, 4 February 1971 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - The Psychology of the Esoteric Chapter #: 2 Location: pm in Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video...

... Available: N.A. Length: N.A. Question 1: WHAT IS MEDITATION? Meditation is not an Indian method; it is not simply a technique. You cannot learn it. It is a growth: a growth of your total living, out of your total living. Meditation is not something that can be added to you as you are. It can come to you only through a basic transformation, a mutation. It is a flowering, a growth. Growth is always out...

... of the total; it is not an addition. You must grow toward meditation. This total flowering of the personality must be understood correctly. Otherwise one can play games with oneself, one can occupy oneself with mental tricks. And there are so many tricks! Not only can you be fooled by them, not only will you not gain anything, but in a real sense you will be harmed. The very attitude that there is some trick...

... to meditation - to conceive of meditation in terms of method - is basically wrong. And when one begins to play with mental tricks, the very quality of the mind begins to deteriorate. As mind exists, it is not meditative. The total mind must change before meditation can happen. Then what is the mind as it now exists? How does it function? The mind is always verbalizing. You can know words, you can know...

... into words, is the obstacle to a meditative mind. So the first requirement toward a meditative mind is to be aware of your constant verbalizing and to be able to stop it. Just see things; do not verbalize. Be aware of their presence, but do not change them into words. Let things be, without language; let persons be, without language; let situations be, without language. It is not impossible; it is natural...

.... One must become aware of the fact that the sunrise is not a word. It is a fact, a presence. The mind automatically changes experiences into words. These words then come between you and the experience. Meditation means living without words, living nonlinguistically. Sometimes it happens spontaneously. When you are in love, presence is felt, not language. Whenever two lovers are intimate with one another...

... overwhelming, so penetrating, that the barrier of language and words is crossed. And ordinarily, it is only crossed in love. Meditation is the culmination of love: love not for a single person, but for the total existence. To me, meditation is a living relationship with the total existence that surrounds you. If you can be in love with any situation, then you are in meditation. And this is not a mental trick...

.... It is not a method of stilling the mind. Rather, it requires a deep understanding of the mechanism of the mind. The moment you understand your mechanical habit of verbalization, of changing existence into words, a gap is created. It comes spontaneously. It follows understanding like a shadow. The real problem is not how to be in meditation, but to know why you are not in meditation. The very process of meditation...

... of language is needed; but when you are alone with existence, you must be able to turn it off. If you can't turn it off - if it goes on and on, and you are incapable of stopping it - then you have become a slave to it. Mind must be an instrument, not the master. When mind is the master, a non-meditative state exists. When you are the master, your consciousness is the master, a meditative state exists. So...

... meditation means becoming a master of the mechanism of the mind. Mind, and the linguistic functioning of the mind, is not the ultimate. You are beyond it; existence is beyond it. Consciousness is beyond linguistics; existence is beyond linguistics. When consciousness and existence are one, they are in communion. This communion is meditation. Language must be dropped. I don't mean that you have to suppress...

... not be there. If you are able to do this, you can grow into meditation. Meditation is a growing process, not a technique. A technique is always dead, so it can be added to you, but a process is always alive. It grows, it expands. Language is needed, but you must not always remain in it. There must be moments when there is no verbalizing, when you just exist. It is not that you are just vegetating. Consciousness...

.... That is, we don't live. In the end there is only a series of accumulated words and nothing else. Words are like photographs. You see something that is alive and you take a picture of it. The picture is dead. Then you make an album of dead pictures. A person who has not lived in meditation is like a dead album. Only verbal pictures are there, only memories. Nothing has been lived; everything has just been...

... verbalized. Meditation means living totally, but you can live totally only when you are silent. By being silent I do not mean unconscious. You can be silent and unconscious but it is not a living silence. Again, you have missed. Through mantras you can autohypnotize yourself. By simply repeating a word you can create so much boredom in the mind that the mind will go to sleep. You drop into sleep, drop...

... into the unconscious. If you go on chanting "Ram Ram Ram" the mind will fall asleep. Then the barrier of language is not there, but you are unconscious. Meditation means that language must not be there, but you must be conscious. Otherwise there is no communion with existence, with all that is. No mantra can help, no chanting can help. Autohypnosis is not meditation. On the contrary...

... to understand. Whatever you are able to do can only come from where you are. You are confused, you are not in meditation, your mind is not silent, so anything that comes out of you will only create more confusion. All that can be done right now is to begin to be aware of how the mind functions. That's all - just be aware. Awareness has nothing to do with words. It is an existential act, not a mental act. So...

... cannot see them simultaneously. The same thing happens with the mind. If you see the words you cannot see the gaps, and if you see the gaps you cannot see the words. Every word is followed by a gap and every gap is followed by a word, but you cannot see both simultaneously. If you are focused on the gaps, words will be lost and you will be thrown into meditation. A consciousness that is focused only...

... on words is non-meditative and a consciousness that is focused only on gaps is meditative. Whenever you become aware of the gaps, the words will be lost. If you observe carefully, you will not find words; you will only find a gap. You can feel the difference between two words, but you cannot feel the difference between two gaps. Words are always plural and the gap is always singular: "the" gap...

.... They merge and become one. Meditation is a focusing on the gap. Then, the whole gestalt changes. Another thing is to be understood. If you are looking at the gestalt picture and your concentration is focused on the old lady, you cannot see the other picture. But if you continue to concentrate on the old lady - if you go on focusing on her, if you become totally attentive to her - a moment will come...

... it become bored it will go to sleep in order to escape from the stagnancy of your focus. Then it can continue living, in dreams. This is meditation Maharishi Mahesh Yogi style. It's peaceful, refreshing, it can help your physical health and mental equilibrium, but it is not meditation. The same thing can be done by autohypnosis. The Indian word 'mantra' means suggestion, nothing else. To take this...

... as meditation is a serious mistake. It is not. And if you think of it as meditation, you will never search for authentic meditation. That is the real harm that is done by such practices and propagandists of such practices. It is just drugging yourself psychologically. So don't use any mantra to push words out of the way. Just become aware of the words and the focus of your mind will change automatically...

.... It is just as if you are on the street, watching people as they pass by. One person has passed and another has not yet come. There is a gap; the street is vacant. If you are watching, then you will know the gap. And once you know the gap, you are in it; you have jumped into it. It is an abyss - so peace-giving, so consciousness-creating. It is meditation to be in the gap; it is transformation. Now language...

..., and words are the other. But when there are no words, you are the gap - yet still conscious that you are. Between you and the gap, between consciousness and existence, there is no barrier now. Only words are the barrier. Now you are in an existential situation. This is meditation: to be one with existence, to be totally in it and still conscious. This is the contradiction, this is the paradox. Now you...

... it is lost. Finally a moment comes when you are in sex and the moment of unconsciousness no longer happens. The abyss is lost, the bliss is lost. Then the act becomes stupid. It is just a mechanical release; there is nothing spiritual about it. We have known only unconscious oneness; we have never known conscious oneness. Meditation is conscious oneness. It is the other pole of sexuality. Sex is one pole...

..., unconscious oneness; meditation is the other pole, conscious oneness. Sex is the lowest point of oneness and meditation is the peak, the highest peak of oneness. The difference is a difference of consciousness. The Western mind is thinking about meditation now because the appeal of sex has been lost. Whenever a society becomes nonsuppressive sexually, meditation will follow, because uninhibited sex...

... will kill the charm and romance of sex; it will kill the spiritual side of it. Much sex is there, but you cannot continue to be unconscious in it. A sexually suppressed society can remain sexual, but a nonsuppressive, uninhibited society cannot remain with sexuality forever. It will have to be transcended. So if a society is sexual, meditation will follow. To me, a sexually free society is the first step...

... give it to you. You will have to find it. You will have to go into life. You will have to err; you will have to fail; you will have to pass through many frustrations. But only through failures, errors, frustrations, only through the encounter of real living, will you come to meditation. That is why I say it is a growth. Something can be understood, but understanding that comes through another can...

... from it. Be with it. It will be fearful at first; it is bound to be. Whenever the unknown is encountered, fear is created because to us the unknown is death. So whenever there is a gap, you will feel death coming to you. Then be dead! Just be in it, and die completely in the gap. And you will be resurrected. By dying your death in silence, life is resurrected. You are alive for the first time, really alive. So to me, meditation...

... is not a method but a process; meditation is not a technique but an understanding. It cannot be taught; it can only be indicated. You cannot be informed about it because no information is really information. It is from the outside, and meditation comes from your own inner depths. So search, be a seeker, and do not be a disciple. Then you will not be a disciple of some guru, but a disciple of the total life...

.... Then you will not just be learning words. Spiritual learning cannot come from words but from the gaps, the silences that are always surrounding you. They are there even in the crowd, in the market, in the bazaar. Seek the silences, seek the gaps within and without, and one day you will find that you are in meditation. Meditation comes to you. It always comes; you cannot bring it. But one has...

... to be in search of it, because only when you are in search will you be open to it, vulnerable to it. You are a host to it. Meditation is a guest. You can invite it and wait for it. It comes to Buddha, it comes to Jesus, it comes to everybody who is ready, who is open and seeking. But do not learn it from somewhere; otherwise you will be tricked. The mind is always searching for something easier. This becomes...

... the source for exploitation. Then there are gurus and gurudoms, and spiritual life is poisoned. The most dangerous person is the one who exploits someone's spiritual urge. If someone robs you of your wealth it is not so serious, if someone fails you it is not so serious, but if someone tricks you and kills, or even postpones, your urge toward meditation, toward the divine, toward ecstasy, then the sin...

... is great and unforgivable. But that is being done. So be aware of it, and don't ask anybody, "What is meditation? How do I meditate?" Instead, ask what the hindrances are, what the obstacles are. Ask why we aren't always in meditation, where the growth has been stopped, where we have been crippled. And do not seek a guru because gurus are crippling. Anyone who gives you ready-made formulas...

... become, the nearer you will be to truth. And in some unknown, expected, unpredictable moment, when understanding comes to a peak, you are in the abyss. You are no more, and meditation is. When you are no more, you are in meditation. Meditation is not more of you; it is always beyond you. When you are in the abyss, meditation is there. Then the ego is not; then you are...
... Osho Gateless Gate: Meditation Is Encountering Prev Next Osho Gateless Gate Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Meditation Is Encountering From: Osho Date: Fri, 25 Feb 1971 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - The Gateless Gate Chapter #: 12 Location: ??? Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video Available: N.A. Length: N.A. Yourself In Total...

... Nakedness Beloved Bhakti, Love. Everything has happened, as it should happen. And I was surprised not because you ran away from here, but because I never thought that you could be so predictable! It is not from here that you have escaped; it is only a vain effort to escape from yourself. Which is impossible. How can one escape from oneself? But, in meditation a moment comes necessarily when the mind tries...

... the impossible - for the mind this is the last defensive act. Meditation is ultimately suicidal to the mind. And, of course, the mind must be given a chance! And, you have given it! Meditation is encountering yourself - directly and in your total nakedness. This creates fear and the futile effort to escape. The effort is futile because whatsoever is known once - it is known for ever and you cannot be the old...
... Osho Gateless Gate: Authentic Being - Through Meditation Prev Next Osho Gateless Gate Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Authentic Being - Through Meditation From: Osho Date: Fri, 19 Apr 1971 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - The Gateless Gate Chapter #: 29 Location: ??? Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video Available: N.A. Length...

..., no one is ones own. No one is oneself. Most people are other people. They are not living - but only acting roles given to them by others. Their thoughts are someone else's opinions. And, their faces are just masks. They are faceless. They have no authentic being at all. There lives: a mimicry. And, their passions: a quotation. Break this vicious circle otherwise you will never BE. Break this through meditation...

.... And, it cannot be broken by anything else. Because through mind it cannot be broken. And except meditation, all else is mind. Mind is the prison. Meditation: The Door. And the only door. 19-4-1971 (To: Ma Dhyana Siddhi, New York, U.S.A.) Generated by PreciseInfo ™ ...
... Osho That Art Thou: Adhyatma Upanishad, Chapter 44 Prev Next Osho That Art Thou Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Adhyatma Upanishad, Chapter 44 From: Osho Date: Fri, 18 October 1972 00:00:00 GMT Book Title: Osho - Upanishads - That Art Thou Chapter #: 44 Location: am at Mt Abu Meditation Camp, India Archive Code: N.A. Short Title: N.A. Audio Available: N.A. Video...

... AND RIGHT CONTEMPLATION IS WHAT IS KNOWN AS MEDITATION. AND FINALLY WHEN THE MEDITATOR AND MEDITATION ARE ELIMINATED, AND ONLY YOU ARE FIXED, MEDITATING UPON THE MEANS, THEN THE MIND BECOMES UNWAVERING AND SETTLED LIKE A FLAME IN A PLACE WITHOUT AIR. AND THAT IS CALLED SAMADHI. This sutra uses four words as four steps - four steps towards the unknown. The first is SHRAVAN. Shravan means right listening...

... may not be present there. If you are not present there in your totality, then it cannot be right listening. Right listening means you have becomes just your ears - the whole being is listening. No thinking inside, no thoughts, no thought process, only listening. Try it sometimes; it is a deep meditation in itself. Some birds are singing - the crows - just become listening, forget everything - just...

..., then contemplate it, then meditate on it. Then try to find some harmony between you and it. Because a truth no lived is not a truth - sometimes it is even more dangerous than an untruth. A truth unlived is a burden. A truth unlived divides your mind. A truth unlived becomes a haunting - it is a nightmare. So it is good not to think about truth if you not going to transform yourself accordingly. Because if you...

... blissfully ignorant. Ignorance has a certain bliss. The moment you begin to contemplate, that bliss will be destroyed. Uneasiness will come to you; you will feel nowhere, strange, an outsider. Now you cannot go back; there is no going back, there is no movement backwards. You cannot fall again into your blissful ignorance, you can only move forward. And the third step is right meditation. Right listening...

..., first; right thinking, second; right meditation, third. Now, whatsoever you have found - whatsoever you have encountered in right thinking - meditate on it. Try to create a bridge between you and it. Try to be like it yourself, transform yourself accordingly. Become a shadow to it, and follow it. Unless you do this, the truth will remain just intellectual. It will not become your bones...

..., it will not become your blood, it will not become your heartbeats, it will not be your being. Contemplate, meditate, go on meditating. Remember this: that you become that upon which you meditate. If you constantly meditate upon anything, by and by you will be transformed by your meditation; you will become like that. Meditation transforms you. Remember, the truth found in right thinking - meditate upon it. Create...

... ecstasy. If the third step is attained and you have begun to feel a certain harmony, attunement, an opening, a bridge with the truth, now immerse yourself in it. Samadhi means the remaining of only one. In meditation there are three points. Meditation is divided into three: the meditator, the meditated upon, and the relationship - meditation. So meditation has three things in it, three divisions...

...: meditator, meditated upon, and the relationship - meditation. When these three dissolve, the meditator loses himself into meditation, and the meditation drops into the meditated upon. Anyway one remains, and the three are lost. What does it mean? Simple consciousness remains; simple knowing remains; simple awareness remains. You are not aware of anything, just aware. You are not aware; there is no you...

..., just awareness - it is better to say, ONLY AWARENESS REMAINS. Or, you can choose any point among the three - one remains. There are different sets of seekers. One set says the object of meditation remains, another says the subject of meditation remains; another says object and subject both are lost; only meditation remains. But there is no conflict; this is just a difference in names. Three are...

... no more; three are lost into oneness. This oneness is THAT ART THOU. This oneness is to come to realize I AM THAT: Or That I am - TAT TWAMASI. Step by step, move into the unknown and become the unknown. Now get ready for the meditation. Generated by PreciseInfo ™ ...

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