Posts tagged buddhism
Four Stages of Enlightenment (according to Buddhism)

The Buddha recognized four distinct levels of realization, each one characterized by a deep experience of selflessness, followed by certain changes in outlook. The experience usually involved intensive meditation and follows study of the four basic truths of Buddhism. If you’re regularly meditating and practising mindfulness, you’re probably already undertaking many of the practices that is advocated by Buddhism. Here are the four stages of enlightenment.

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Past Lives & Reincarnation

I don’t talk too much about this topic openly with other people as people may easily misunderstand and think I am just talking nonsense. But I feel Now is the time to reveal more truth. First and foremast, past lives and reincarnation is very real and true. Reincarnation and karma are the fundamental truth of human existence.

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No-thingness (Osho Zen Tarot)

Being "in the gap" can be disorienting and even scary. Nothing to hold on to, no sense of direction, not even a hint of what choices and possibilities might lie ahead. But it was just this state of pure potential that existed before the universe was created. All you can do now is to relax into this no-thingness... fall into this silence between the words...

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The Paradoxes of Life, Love, Human Nature & Existence

Life is full of paradoxes, love is full of paradoxes.
We want to experience this intense deep connection with someone, a soulmate, a twin flame, honouring the divinity in each other, showering each other with roses, drowning in kisses, enveloping in sultry blankets, retreating into a cocoon of love;
Yet we also want to roam the world freely, unhindered by attachments, spreading our wings like eagles, soaring high in the sky.
We value deep connection, intimacy, security, commitment, also desiring absolute freedom, venturing into the unknown fearlessly, the transcendent, the elastic expansion into the infinite.

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Nothing is Yours

If you are happy at the expense of another person's happiness, then you are forever bound. From the very beginning we start poisoning every child with the poison of competitiveness. By the time he comes out of the university he will be completely poisoned. We have hypnotized him with the idea that he has to fight with others, that life is a survival of fittest. Then life can never be a celebration. Then life can never have any kind of religiousness in it. Then it cannot have any quality of sacredness. Then it is all mean, ugly. 

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Totality (Osho Zen Tarot)

Developing the knack of being total in responding to whatever comes, as it comes, is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. Taking one step through life at a time, giving each step your complete attention and energy, can bring a wondrous new vitality and creativity to all that you do. Every moment there is a possibility to be total. Whatever you are doing, be absorbed in it so utterly that the mind thinks nothing, is just there, is just a presence. And more and more totality will be coming. And the taste of totality will make you more and more capable of being total. 

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Not In the Sky (Osho - Discover the Buddha)

A deep observation of anything that is wrong in you is enough; you need not do anything else. Just be aware of it and it disappears. It disappears just as you bring light into a room and the darkness disappears. Become aware, awake. Then you will see that everything comes and goes, all things come and pass. Life is a flux. Your consciousness is the only thing that is immovable, that is eternal. To attain it is freedom. To attain it is the goal of life. 

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