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And it is likewise the story of the great love of a disciple for her Master. Meditation: The First and Last Freedom The Essential Osho Meditation Handbook A practical step-by-step guide to many different meditation techniques, and the scientific explanation of what meditation is and what not. A description of the obstacles and pitfalls along the way, where one finds answers to meditators common questions.
Meditations on light, meditations on darkness, dancing, breathing, opening the heart, looking within, listening The first half focuses on my participation at his ashram in India as well as the background and early influences that led to my becoming a disciple. The second half describes my involvement at our communal ranch in Central Oregon.
My initial purpose in writing had nothing to do with publishing. A surrender happening with a strong Ego and strong Heart is balanced and total. It took 8 long Chapters for Krishna to cut the cords of the doubts and so called beliefs. He became a real Bhakta, a person full of Trust and closeness with Krishna.
Bhakti is an easy path only for people who have crossed the turmoil of doubt successfully. The secrets of Truth and spirituality are given to such Bhaktas. Opposite of Bhakta is Vibhakta. A Bhakta joins, synthesizes and a Vibhakta breaks, analyzes. Bhakta is strong. He is blessed with the strength of wisdom, highest knowledge. Only a Bhakta is capable of reaching. Gurus, teachers and scriptures are just pointers and helpers to help us to find the right path. We have to tread the path on our own.
It is similar to the hitting of or beating and shouting of Zen Masters. This push is beyond the physical and mental capacity of the disciples.
But, still it is necessary for the disciples to make a shift in their sadhana, to help them pull out from wherever the disciples are stuck up or are lingering. Gurus can only give a temporary glimpse which will fade away. The disciple has to do Sadhana to gain the divine abilities. He has to become strong physically and mentally. Enlightened beings all over the world over all times have used contradictory words and languages, which creates a peripheral difference in the scriptures.
But, there is a common factor which prevails in all. The first halt, stop, Padaav in the creation process from one to many is three. The process goes on as one to three, three to nine, nine to eighty one and so on. Similarly, while returning to the source the last halt is at three. Ahamkara, Ego starts at three. Tamas is the strength of binding, being steady.
It pulls you down. The force of Gravitation is Tamas. Spiritual blindness is also Tamas. Tamas is heaviness. In Meditation we experience a feeling of levitation.
That is because the strength of tamas is lessened. Mental heaviness is all our worries, wrong relations, wrong decisions, wrong impressions, bad habits. Death has more tamas.
Excess eating, nicotine, suicidal tendencies are all tamas. Tamas people are poor. Rajas is action, speedy, stresses. All the problems, upadrava of the world are rajas. Mental disorders, social activists, all mischief, fever is rajas.
Rajas people are wealthy. Tamas and Rajas are opposites.
Where they are balanced Sattwa is present. Meaning of balanced is the necessary amount of Tamas and Rajas, none is even a bit more or bit less than required. Sattwa means balance, param buddhi, birth of Virgin, now there is nothing excess. There is total harmony, rhythm, peace, tripti quenching of thirst , a perfect understanding and collaboration of opposites. It is easier to go beyond the Gunas, take a leap from the edge of Sattwa.
It is possible to go beyond even from Tamas, but it is very difficult. Very few people like Valmiki, Angulimaal have reached through Tamas.
Basically on a broader frame there are two types of Paths one Sankhya and the other Yoga for two type of personalities Antarmukhi, Introverts and Bahirmukhi, Extroverts. Sankhya is path of Jnana, Knowledge, wisdom.
It needs to go in search in the micro, the inner world. Whereas Yoga is a path of Karma, action, doing. It needs to go in search in the macro, the outer world. An introvert needs to follow the Sankhya path and an extrovert needs to follow the path of Yoga. We have to choose our path according to our nature, swabhava.
Seva, work is the Dharma nature for extroverts and Dhyan, meditation is the Dharma for introverts. Each person is a unique combination of the two.
So each person has to make his own path. Krishna had to provoke Arjuna for war and not meditation as he was an extrovert. An extrovert cannot become introvert and vice versa. Buddha used the word Nirvana, meaning extinction of lamp. As far as the expression is concerned they are different. But, they are expressing about the same ultimate experience. But, sometimes he speaks from the dimension beyond time.
That is the reason for contradictory shlokas and using the same words with different or contradictory meanings.
A person is Dharmic only if he understands the roles and meaning of the contradictions. A Dharmic never perceives it as contradictory, but, perceives it as complimentary.