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OSHO: Zen the Diamond Thunderbolt (12 of 13)
Duration:
1:26:07
Description:
Reading Zen anecdotes feels like a journey into futility for one who is new to Zen and perhaps ever more so for those “experts” in Zen, the Ph.D.’s and the pundits. Here the simplicity of Zen, really what is fundamental to Zen, is revealed by Osho as he penetrates into the very fabric of these anecdotes which form the cornerstone of the Zen experience. "Zen anecdotes are not something to read. As far as reading is concerned, they are worthless. They are something to be lived; that is the only way to understand them. Intellect is absolutely not needed. What is needed is innocence; what is needed is not knowledge, but humbleness, a humbleness that knows, "I know nothing." With this understanding that you know nothing, these small dialogues among Zen masters become tremendously meaningful, but you have to listen not with your ears, but with your heart; not with your mind but with your silent being. Something very important is being imparted." To understand more about OSHO Talks, their context and purpose, see: http://oshotalks.com/AboutOshoTalks.aspx OSHO International Foundation: http://www.osho.com Chose playlist in your own language: http://goo.gl/c2Qgk OSHO International Meditation Resort: http://osho.com/visit © OSHO International Foundation OSHO is a registered trademark of OSHO International Foundation
Posted Date:
30-September-2017
 
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