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2010/03/24

Zen: The Quantum Leap from Mind to No-mind OSHO

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Zen: The Quantum Leap from Mind to No-mind Zen Discourse Series
OSHO(Author) Swami Anand Robin (Editor) Nov 1988 Publisher: Rebel Publishing House Hardcover 258 pages
Vol.2 No.1004★★★★★(残り20冊)

Zen is festive, it is not scholarly.
It condemns scholars as deeply as possible, because the scholar represents the defned mind, cultured mind, borrowed knowledge, dead scriputures.
The scholar is a grave.
Zen is a living rose of flowers.
Nothing in it is dead;
it is --always and always.
It goes on from beginningless to endless: characters change,
leaves fall from the trees, new leaves start growing,
the old ones disapppear, the new ones arrive-- it is a constant change.
But in essence nothing changes-- only on the periphery, only on the circumference, but never in the center.
And the center is Zen.
OSHO front flap

This is my whole effort: to introduce you to this same experience of the ancient buddhas, because it does not belong to time.
It is a question of diving deep into yourself.
The buddha is hiding in the paper bag.
The paper bag may be of any shape:
it may be male,
it may be female,
it may be young,
it may be old;
it may be black,
it may be white.....
it does not mean anything to the inner consciousness.
All distinctions are meaningless.
OSHO back flap

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