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February

Quieten your mind – Reflect – Watch

 

“The Buddha does not preach any belief — belief in God, heaven, or hell. His whole emphasis is on creating a silent space within you. You are already full of knowledge; more knowledge you don’t need. You need more innocence. You need an innocence like a small child. You need more wonder, more awe, more clarity. And all these come to you when the mind is silent. When the mind is silent you are in communion with existence; when the mind is noisy you are disconnected. Your own noise functions like a wall around you. Silence is the bridge; knowledge, noise, is a barrier. The more you know, the more you become indoctrinated, the more you’re full of rubbish, junk.

You need a spacious being within you, utterly empty, that even you are not there, so silent that even the idea of ‘I’ has disappeared.”
~ Osho

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February

A Life Well-Lived

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