"ZORBA" is a Greek name meaning ‘Live Each Day’ and also a Greek mythological character who lived life in total celebration
The word "BUDDHA" comes from Sanskrit and means‘one who is fully enlightened’.
So Zorba the Buddha means-‘Live Each Day Fully Enlightened’.
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"In Buddha's time, dynamic methods of meditation were not needed. People were more simple, more authentic. They lived a more real life. Now, people are living a very repressed life, a very unreal life. When they don't want to smile, they smile. When they want to be angry, they show compassion. People are false, the whole life pattern is false. People are just acting, not living. Many incomplete experiences go on being collected, piled up inside their minds.
"Just sitting directly in silence won't help. The moment you will sit silently, you will see all sorts of things moving inside you; you will feel it almost impossible to be silent. First throw those things out so you come to a natural state of rest. Real meditation starts only when you are at rest."
OSHO • The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol. 2, Discourse 5
Meditation is a technique for working with the mind. If you think of the mind as a tool then the first step in putting it to use should be to examine it; then reflect on how it works and its possible uses; then put it to work as efficiently and effectively as you can. Meditation is a natural way of getting to know the mind so that we can investigate and understand how it works and then improve it through training. It takes a lot of practice to train the mind. How many years have you spent just basically letting your mind do what it wants to? Can you tell your mind ‘OK now, enough worry, just think happy thoughts - don’t wander off now’. Not me. Are you the mistress or master of your own mind?
The mind is my ‘leader’ - it directs my relationship with the world. Meditation is a way of exposing the ‘leader’s’ weaknesses and enhancing its strengths. If you imagine that sending a businessman on a management course would improve his leadership skills - then meditation is like an (ongoing) personal ‘leadership’ course.
Just as doing weights or jogging makes the body fit, so meditation makes the mind fit. The good thing is though that you don’t need any special equipment. You don’t need to be any special kind of person as long as you are alive and have bits of your brain functioning. That’s enough to begin.
The thing you will most notice after you have been doing meditation for a while (like at least a few weeks, or months) is a more stable, calmer mind. Because the basic technique is staying with just one mental object (the breath for example) this is what you learn how to do. If you are doing a maths problem you will find you can ‘just do that’. The mind is able to focus and stay where you want it to be - it’s not jumping about, getting distracted all the time. It is a lot more content to just be with the way things are.
Another result is clarity of mind; the mind is clear and uncluttered. Like cleaning a window - the mind is our ‘window on the world’. Notice the difference when you look out on a sunny day. It is hard to see anything clearly through a dirty window, everything looks a bit blurred. With a clean window all the objects are sharp and clear - life looks crisp.
Calmness and clarity are the social or psychological results of meditation. In relation to the religious or spiritual aspect, the (ultimate) result is a profound insight into the nature of all things. This is the transcendence of ignorance, knowledge of truth, the end of stress and selfishness - this is enlightenment.
Don’t be angry at life. It is not life that is frustrating you, it is you who are not listening to life.Osho
Love is happy when it is able to give something. The ego is happy when it is able to take something.Osho
People are not things, you cannot have ownership.Osho
Eyes which have lost their tears have lost their most beautiful, their most glorious treasureOsho
When it comes to deciding between your love and your truth, truth has to be the decisive factor.Osho
Innaugration SwastikDivine blessing while meditation
Osho is with you.with his Divine blessings
Silent Sitting/Passive Meditation
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