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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

BE NATURAL AND LOOSE AND FOLLOW YOUR OWN INCLINATION... ~OSHO~



Remember this:
WHY YOU FEEL SO DISCONTENTED?
Why you feel always so dissatisfied for no particular reason at all? Even if everything is going well, something is missing. What is missing? -- YOU HAVE NEVER LISTENED TO YOUR OWN BEING. Somebody else has maneuvered, manipulated you; somebody else has dominated you; somebody else has forced you into a life-pattern which was never yours, which you never wanted to be. I tell you, even if it happens that you become a beggar, don't be worried if that is your urge. Find the urge and follow it, because God will not ask, 'Why are you not a Mahavir? Why are you not a Mohammed, or why are you not a Zarathustra? ' He will ask Josiah, 'Why are you not a Josiah?'

YOU HAVE TO BE YOURSELF. And the whole society is a great imitation, a false show. That's why there is so much discontent on every face. I look into your eyes and I see discontent, unfulfillment. Not even a small breeze comes to you which gives you happiness, ecstasy -- it is not possible. AND ECSTASY IS POSSIBLE. It is a simple phenomenon: BE NATURAL AND LOOSE AND FOLLOW YOUR OWN INCLINATION.

I'M HERE TO HELP YOU TO BE YOURSELF. When you become a disciple, when I initiate you, I am not initiating you to be imitators. I am just trying to help you to find your own being, your own authentic being -- because you are so confused, you have so many faces that you have forgotten which is the original one. YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT IS YOUR REAL URGE. The society has confused you completely, misguided you. NOW YOU ARE NOT CERTAIN OF WHO YOU ARE. When I initiate you, the only thing that I want to do is to help you come to your own home. Once you are centered in your own being, my work is finished. Then you can start. In fact, a Master has to undo what the society has done. A Master has to undo what the culture has done. He has to make you a clean sheet again.
THAT'S THE MEANING OF A MASTER GIVING YOU A REBIRTH:



OSHO
Yoga: The Alpha and the Omega
Vol 4, Ch #4

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