Past Life Reading Online

Past Life Reading Online

A Past life reading is when a person gifted with the ability to see the past looks into your past life/lives for you and relates that information to your present issues. Its true that certain incidents or happenings from our past life can impact our emotional and psychological persona today. By getting a past life reading, we can be better able to understand and evaluate why we react in ways that we do during certain situations. Many times we are not aware of our fears and magnatisms roots but through a past life reading it can open up memories that are stored deep within our psychie as we pass from life to life. Have you ever walked into a place and 'felt' you'd been there before? This is so common…
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Osho Zen Tarot Card Reading

Osho Zen Tarot Card Reading

The Osho Zen Tarot is a paradigm shift in card reading . Unlike the traditional Tarot, this one is based on philosophical principles of human consciousness . Coming from ancient eastern cultures. This deck game does not seek to guess your future. The objective of Osho zen Tarot is to reveal yourself as you are , that you reach the deepest part of your being with thoughtful thoughts. That they help you reveal the truth and reason of your thoughts, emotions, senses and actions. It shows you the way to connect with your inner self , as well as stay in balance with the universe. Teaching you that the important time for you is now, and that from any positive or negative event you can learn significant lessons, which you can apply throughout your life. Learn more about the Osho Zen Tarot , here you will find…
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Osho on Zazen Meditation – Zazen is an extension of Zen around the clock

Osho – Zen I have explained to you. It comes from the Sanskrit dhyan. Buddha never used Sanskrit as a part of his revolution. Sanskrit was the language of the learned, it has never been a language of the masses. Buddha broke away from tradition and started speaking in the language of the masses. It was a revolt against scholarship, learnedness, the pundits, the rabbis, the people of the scripture, whose whole heart is in their books. And because of those books they cannot see the reality. Buddha started speaking in the language of his province, Pali. In Pali, dhyan changes its form a little bit. It becomes jhan. When Bodhidharma reached China, jhan again changed, into Chinese; it became ch’an. And when the school of Rinzai took the same…
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Osho on Zen Tea Ceremony, In the tea house, the tea temple, nobody talks

Question – Beloved Osho, How does the Man of Zen take his Tea?Osho – For the man of Zen everything is sacred — even taking a cup of tea. Whatever he does, he does as if he is in a holy space. There is a story about Moses. When he went on Mount Sinai to meet God and to receive the Ten Commandments, he saw a miracle happening: a green bush, lush green, and inside it a beautiful flame, fire. As he approached it somebody shouted from the bush, “Take your shoes off. This is holy ground.” The Judaic interpretation is that the flame was God himself. That’s why the bush was not burning, because God’s fire is cool. And Moses unconsciously was entering into the area which was like…
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Osho on D T Suzuki, Osho Quotes on Zen Master D T Suzuki

Osho on  D T Suzuki : One time, the old Zen Master, D. T. Suzuki, gave a talk on Zen in Tokyo. He spoke of the silence, the emptiness, the nothingness, and all the rest, together with the deep wisdom that comes from satori. When he had finished, one of his audience rose to his feet and, not without a touch of irritation exclaimed, “But Dr. Suzuki, what about society? What about other people? What about the other?” Suzuki looked at the man with a smile and remarked, “But there is no other.” Osho on  D T Suzuki : Says D. T. Suzuki, one of the most significant persons of this age: ‘There is no transference of secrets from Master to disciple. Teaching is not difficult, listening is not difficult either, but what is truly…
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Osho on Zen and Patanjali – Zen is for natural people, uncorrupted, for innocent children

Question – For zen it is: “eat when you are hungry and drink when you are thirsty.” For Patanjali it is: “regularity — niyam.” How to reconcile spontaneity and regularity? Osho – There is no need to synthesize. If you are really spontaneous you will become regular. If you are really regular you will become spontaneous. There is no need to reconcile. If you try to reconcile you will become a mess, so choose one and forget about the other. If you choose Zen forget about Patanjali as if he never existed; then he is not for you. And one day you will suddenly see that the regularity has come following spontaneity. How it happens? If you are spontaneous, if you ea( when you feel hungry — and if you…
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Osho Zen Quotes Osho Zen Sayings – Osho Quotes on Zen Tradition

Osho Zen Quotes In Zen they have a saying: From the very beginning all are saved, all are Buddhas. But deep deep sleep has fallen over us. The function of the Master is not to save you but just to remind you. For DHYAN, Zen, there exists no equivalent in the English language, because meditation itself means thinking — to meditate upon. Some object is there. Remember, dhyan is the original word. Dhyan traveled to China with Bodhidharma and in the Chinese language it became CH’AN. And then from China it traveled to Japan and in Japanese it became first ZAN, and then ZEN; but the original root is dhyan — Ch’an, Zan, Zen. In English there is no word equivalent to it. Meditation also means thinking, a consistent thinking.…
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Osho on memorizing the scriptures – Memorizing the scriptures means that you are committing theft

Osho : Memorizing the scriptures means that you are committing theft. You are stealing the knowledge hidden in the scriptures; you did not get it by your own effort or hard work. It is all borrowed and stale, you are just holding on to the other person’s knowledge. Don’t construct your building on it. Its foundation is on sand so it will crumble down in the slightest gust of wind. Just a few days ago I was telling a Zen story. One evening a Zen monk knocked at the door of a Zen monastery. It is a tradition of the Zen monasteries that if any traveling monk wants to rest there he has to give the right reply to at least one question. He has to earn the shelter to…
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Osho on Ekido (Zen Master) – Only a Zen master beats his disciples

Question – Beloved Osho, The Japanese Master Ekido was a severe teacher and his pupils feared him. One day, as one of his pupils was striking the time of day on the temple gong, he missed a beat because he was watching a beautiful girl who was passing the gates. Unknown to the pupil, Ekido was standing behind him. Ekido struck the pupil with his staff, and the shock stopped the heart of the pupil, and he died. Because the old custom of the pupil signing his life over to the master had sunk to a mere formality, Ekido was discredited by the general public. But after this incident, Ekido produced ten enlightened successors, an unusually high number. Osho – This type of phenomenon is special to Zen and to…
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Osho on Zen Koans – A Koan is a puzzle, A Koan is an impossible puzzle

Osho – Someone has asked a very beautiful question. Really, the question is a Zen koan. First it will be useful to understand what a Zen koan is. Only then can this question be discussed. Zen has a special method of meditation. They call it ‘koan’ or ‘ko-an’. A koan is a puzzle. But it is not like an ordinary puzzle. It is a puzzle that cannot be solved. Ordinary puzzles can be solved, they are meant to be solved. They may be difficult, but they are not impossible. A koan is an impossible puzzle. You cannot solve it; there is no way to solve it. For example, this is a Zen koan: what is the sound of one hand clapping? If you use two hands a sound is created,…
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