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30-May-2020 03:25

I have special stretches for my lower back to combat the effects of sitting all day in front of a screen.I sacrifice my body for work and excess material gain.If I earn

I have special stretches for my lower back to combat the effects of sitting all day in front of a screen.I sacrifice my body for work and excess material gain.If I earn $1,000,000, I will experience pleasure, but if I lose it, I will experience an equal amount of opposite suffering. You simply do not have the awareness or knowledge to create goals that are in harmony with your true nature, and what you may describe as “success” is—upon achievement—the beginning of a cycle of frustration or suffering.Even if I don’t lose the money, trying to hold onto it will cause anxiety because of the sizable fear I’ll have of losing it in the future. Osho believes that the Buddhist ashram style of meditation is an unnatural behavior that goes against the Tao, because it attempts to put man in a blank state of “no mind.” Osho does not believe in the asceticism of the Buddhists, and sees them on the opposite extreme of the hedonists. You need a compass because you are not confident of life; you need moralities, precepts, principles, Bibles, Korans, Gitas to direct you because you are not confident of the inner force. So many precepts to be followed, so many principles to be managed – so many moral concepts.Osho has me pegged in that my strategy is one of ego satisfaction, of putting in harder effort to achieve something greater.From the standpoint of Western materialism, my advice will yield more “gain.” With nonstop messages in the West of achievement and accomplishment that make doing the easy task be seen as “lazy,” it’s hard not to see that the entirety of the West is built upon an ego proposition, which is great for society in terms of the heights it achieves, but poor for the individual who suffers because of it.You will not create any trouble for anybody, nobody will take any notice of you; you will exist as if you never existed.

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I have special stretches for my lower back to combat the effects of sitting all day in front of a screen.

I sacrifice my body for work and excess material gain.

If I earn $1,000,000, I will experience pleasure, but if I lose it, I will experience an equal amount of opposite suffering. You simply do not have the awareness or knowledge to create goals that are in harmony with your true nature, and what you may describe as “success” is—upon achievement—the beginning of a cycle of frustration or suffering.

,000,000, I will experience pleasure, but if I lose it, I will experience an equal amount of opposite suffering. You simply do not have the awareness or knowledge to create goals that are in harmony with your true nature, and what you may describe as “success” is—upon achievement—the beginning of a cycle of frustration or suffering.Even if I don’t lose the money, trying to hold onto it will cause anxiety because of the sizable fear I’ll have of losing it in the future. Osho believes that the Buddhist ashram style of meditation is an unnatural behavior that goes against the Tao, because it attempts to put man in a blank state of “no mind.” Osho does not believe in the asceticism of the Buddhists, and sees them on the opposite extreme of the hedonists. You need a compass because you are not confident of life; you need moralities, precepts, principles, Bibles, Korans, Gitas to direct you because you are not confident of the inner force. So many precepts to be followed, so many principles to be managed – so many moral concepts.Osho has me pegged in that my strategy is one of ego satisfaction, of putting in harder effort to achieve something greater.From the standpoint of Western materialism, my advice will yield more “gain.” With nonstop messages in the West of achievement and accomplishment that make doing the easy task be seen as “lazy,” it’s hard not to see that the entirety of the West is built upon an ego proposition, which is great for society in terms of the heights it achieves, but poor for the individual who suffers because of it.You will not create any trouble for anybody, nobody will take any notice of you; you will exist as if you never existed.

They are like funnels – the more you move into them the narrower they become, and a moment comes of cul-de-sac, you cannot move anywhere, and the tunnel becomes your grave. […] …laws and regulations cannot protect you, they only give you a feeling of protection. The laws cannot make you secure, they only give a feeling of security which is false.

Osho argues that if a human wasn’t born in society, but raised among animals in the forest, he would have no suffering if his survival needs were met. Osho believes that there is no need for rigid morality if the Tao is followed, but since balance with the Tao is subjective, I see a situation where Tao alone can’t prevent us from sliding into a situation of degeneracy like we have in the modern West. A man who is not angry deep down will not be against anger. A man who is not greedy deep down will not be against greed. There is no problem for him, it is not a choice, he has not made any distinction. If a man becomes emotionally engaged against a cause, it’s a certainty that that cause is a part of him in some way, and his emotion is a sign of either an inner guilt or deep love that his ego refuses to consciously accept.