Dang Dang Doko Dang : Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh talks on zen by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, Ma Prema Veena

By Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, Ma Prema Veena

According to a disciple's query one morning approximately who he's, why he's known as Bhagwan, and what he's doing the following, Bhagwan spoke back: "The be aware Bhagwan is especially beautiful--the English notice God isn't as appealing , Bhagwan easily potential Blessed One. I claim myself to be the Blessed one, yet I claim it purely for you to achieve center and you'll additionally try for it; in order that my presence can turn into a dream in you--a hearth that may burn you and during which you may be reborn.

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So you don't know how to deceive a blind man. You know how to deceive people who have eyes but you don't know how to deceive a blind man. You have never practised it, it has never happened. Rarely do you come across a blind man. He starts seeing many things. Even by your footsteps, by the sound of your footsteps, he starts recognising many things in you. Are you a man rooted in the earth? Grounded in the earth? A blind man can see just by your footsteps -- he can hear whether you are grounded or not.

So don't choose the safer way which you have been choosing up to now. It is safer to follow society because then society does not create trouble for you. It is very, very dangerous to follow your own voice, very dangerous to follow yourself, because then you are alone and society is not there to support you. They used to tell a story of the Russian dictator, Stalin. The dictator walked into a movie incognito and sat in the last row. Suddenly his picture flashed on the screen and everybody rose in salute.

Who bothers, if one is happy? It is said that a Taoist mystic was sought by the emperor of China because he had heard that the mystic was very wise and he wanted him to become his prime minister. Ambassadors, with a golden chariot following them and with many presents from the court, were sent to him. The two ambassadors were puzzled because they found this wise man sitting on the bank of a small river fishing, very poor, just ordinary. But the king had ordered so they told him, 'The king wants you to become his prime minister.

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