Man's bondage is of man's own making. The truth is that most of us spend our lives creating prisons for ourselves.
Now we are going to give you a simple way to discover the art of allowing – what it means not to be restless, and instead just do nothing.
To do nothing, non-doing, allowing, is the essence of meditation. As Basho says: "Sitting silently, doing nothing, spring comes, and the grass grows by itself."
Man is rushing toward oblivion, caught in erroneous beliefs, restless. Everything is interwoven, maturity knows only interdependence.
OSHO No-Mind bypasses this process of verbalization called the mind, allowing old wounds to come to the surface, releasing them permanently.
Instead of avoiding pain through all forms of addiction, allow yourself to experience it, embrace it with totality.
A kind of vacuum has come into existence. The beliefs have disappeared – and with the beliefs the false sense of meaning has disappeared. An emptiness has settled in.
"You have to sing your meaning, you have to dance your meaning, you have to paint your meaning, you have to live your meaning."
Osho's clock is ticking. “I am trying hard to make you my contemporaries, It depends on how intelligently you can get rid of past conditionings.”
Creativity is not a doing, it is an allowing. It is becoming a passage so the whole can flow through you. It is becoming a hollow bamboo, just a hollow bamboo.