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  • 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.

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