字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント OSHO OSHO International Foundation presents Osho: I Live Spontaneously From an interview with Ken Kashiwahara, Good Morning America, ABC Network, USA Thank you very much for speaking with us tonight. A number of years ago you adopted a vow of silence. Recently, you have decided to speak out to your supporters and then to us here today. Why have you decided to speak out now? I live spontaneously. I never decide anything beforehand, I keep the tomorrow open. If I feel like speaking, I speak. If I feel like being silent, then there is no other way than to be silent. And I never ask myself why, because no "why" is answerable. All answers are arbitrary. So I simply go on floating with the river -- never asking where it is going, why it is going, where it is going to end. And this is my basic approach to life, a total let-go. Was there a reason that you decided to adopt the vow of silence in the first place, or was there also no reason? There is never any reason, I don't live by reason. I simply allow things to happen. I don't know why I became silent. I don't know why I started to speak again, but I enjoyed being silent and I'm enjoying being out of silence again. I don't know about tomorrow: I may be silent, I may be speaking, I may not be here at all. You say the whole world is a mess. What is it that you're trying to create in man, in the world? I am simply saying that there is a way to be sane. I'm saying that you can get rid of all this insanity, created in you by the past. How? Just by being a simple witness of your thought processes. That's my method of meditation. It is not a prayer because there is no God to pray to. It is simply sitting silently, witnessing the thoughts passing before you. Just witnessing, not interfering, not even judging -- because the moment you judge you have lost the pure witness. The moment you say "This is good," "this is bad," you have already jumped into the thought process. It takes a little time to create a gap between the witness and the mind. Once the gap is there, you are in for a great surprise... that you are not the mind; that you are the witness, a watcher. And this process of watching is the very alchemy of real religion, because as you become more and more deeply rooted in witnessing thoughts start disappearing. A moment comes, there is no thought at all. You are, but the mind is utterly empty. That's the moment of enlightenment. That is the moment when you become -- for the first time -- unconditioned, sane, really a free human being. If I can, I'd like to get you to set the record straight about some of these things that have been said. For example: It has been written and people have talked about you as a "free sex guru." Man is not a monogamous animal at all. He is polygamous and everybody knows it. You may have the most beautiful wife, that does not mean you don't get attracted to other women; that once in a while you don't dream about other women. Somebody may have the best possible husband. That does not make any change. Man is, by nature, polygamous. Monogamy is enforced on him. Are you saying that man should follow his polygamous instincts? He should simply follow nature wherever it leads. Polygamy is perfectly good. In fact, there is no need for monogamy or polygamy. I'm a little further ahead. I see the relationship of love or sex as an absolutely free phenomenon. For more information, visit: www.osho.com Featuring "Music From The World of OSHO" Copyright © OSHO International Foundation, Switzerland. Source: 'The Last Testatment, Vol.1 #1' Copyright © OSHO International Foundation, Switzerland. OSHO ® is a registered TM.