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Osho's commentary on the Bhagavadgita. DrManjiree Gokhale. Being of rebellious nature and having extraordinary public speaking skills, clarity and humour, he was the most debated Master of His time. He was paradoxical, yet, a profound and compassionate teacher.
He has given thousands of discourses on mystical, spiritual and philosophical scriptures, people and mystics of the world, both ancient and modern. It is beyond my capacity to understand and explain Osho and his commentary on Bhagavatagita.
Osho Geeta Darshan Vol-1
Krishna and Osho both being Enlightened Beings always live from moment to moment. They talk from and talk about a dimension which has Light and is beyond time and space, which is beyond our living and experience dimension.
They are published in book form, in eight volumes. All the audios of the discourses are available as free downloads on internet. Every discourse would be approximately from one hour 15 to 30 minutes. All the discourses are a combination of 1. Explanation of the shlokas and 2. Answers given to questions asked during the discourses. In every discourse he has given prime importance to experience and Sadhana.
He explains in a unique way which is absolutely non-philosophical. He includes Zen stories, Mulla Nasruddin Jokes, stories of ancient and modern Rishis, thinkers, warriors, scientists and many personalities.
Though he does not compare scriptures and people, he refers to their method of speaking and explaining. Krishnamurty, Meera, Kabir and other Masters. This is just a short list I have given. He explains with life incidents and thinking styles of many more. Masters like Krishna and Osho live moment to moment and are omnipresent.
They keep on changing perspectives and dimensions now and then. Many times they speak from multiple perspectives and multiple dimensions simultaneously. That is the reason that minds that are dominant with logic, knowledge and philosophy fail to understand them.
Throughout the discourses he has emphasized on the points several times, that it is not possible to understand what Krishna wants to say and how Krishna is grooming His disciple. He says that we have to become Arjunas. Means we have to go in the role of Arjuna to understand Krishna. We have to go to the peak level of Vishad, to understand Krishna.
Osho Speaks — Some Points At a Glance To avoid repetitions and to give due respect to the allotted time, I would be explaining in this presentation, few points which are unique to Osho, of course the ones which I feel are important to be told here. Almost all these points have been repeated over many chapters, in different words and context.
I am giving them in a compiled form. Osho says: The commander-in-chief of Kauravas, who was Bhisma, blowed the conch to declare the readiness, vigour, challenge and happiness to begin the war. Now, the reply should be given by the commander-in-chief of Pandavas who was Drushtadymna.
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Instead Krishna blew the conch from Pandavas side. Krishna was not even a warrior. His role was just of a charioteer. Yet, according to the reporter Sanjay, Krishna blew the conch, then Arjuna, then others. He responds to avoid a wrong reaction full of anger and hatred, 3. Three levels of personalities: Vicharheenata means wrong thinking, wrong logic represented by Duryodhan and Bhima in the Mahabharat War. The level is of decision, which is always wrong, anger, hatred and himsa, having instinct for violence.
This is the stage of indecisiveness, escape, vishad, sorrow. Arjun was at this stage. Peripheral calmness is seen which is actually fear of action, rising out of fear of taking wrong decision.
Love, which is an opposite of hate, surfaces which can become hate at any moment. It is not ahimsa. He wants Arjuna to be a warrior, which he is, with sakshi bhaav, awareness.
Gita Darshan Vol 2
Nirvichar, no thought, is not opposite of vichaar, thought. Opposite of thought is vichaarheenata, thoughtlessness. In thoughtlessness, the possibility of thought, latent thoughts, unexpressed thoughts are present. On the periphery both seem to be same. This is the ahimsa level. The opposite of himsa is not ahimsa.
Mamatwa prefers passiveness which is seen as indifference, depression, love which is actually possessiveness , escaping from action. But, Arjun was full of fear of losing his relatives from both sides.
That is why he was trembling and losing all strength. He became totally depressed. Arjun was trying to choose the opposite of war which is not peace. If ahimsa would have been his swabhava, his nature, then this gita would not have happened. At another place Osho says — 5. There is nothing called as himsa.
There is only desire of himsa, harming, violence. One likes to and enjoys harming or violence.
The act of harming or violence is not bad. It is the desire and the enjoyment feeling that is sin. Similarly, ahimsa is neither good nor bad. There is nothing called as ahimsa. There is only desire of saving, desire of not being violent, desire of not harming.
A person who is full of happiness is creative, whereas a person full of madness and insanity becomes himsak, violent, a person like Hitler. At the Cosmic level there is nothing called as himsa, violence.
But, at the bhava level, the mind level, which is the desire level, there is himsa, violence. Manana is connected with Shastras, scriptures and Janana is connected with Experience. The knowledge connected with scriptures becomes our beliefs.
Wake up, become strong, awaken your wisdom. Unless we put to stake our whole life like Arjuna, Krishna cannot be understood. Unless we choose Krishna alone against his whole, strong army we cannot understand Krishna. We have to choose to go in search for the silent Sarthi within.
For developing a strong Sankalpa, strong Ahamkara, Ego, is necessary. Sankalpa comes with Ego, the head. It also represents dominance, buddhi, vichar. It tries to escape from being the doer. This surrender is not surrender at all.
There has to be a balance between head and heart. A surrender happening with a strong Ego and strong Heart is balanced and total. It took 8 long Chapters for Krishna to cut the cords of the doubts and so called beliefs.
He became a real Bhakta, a person full of Trust and closeness with Krishna. Bhakti is an easy path only for people who have crossed the turmoil of doubt successfully.
The secrets of Truth and spirituality are given to such Bhaktas. Opposite of Bhakta is Vibhakta. A Bhakta joins, synthesizes and a Vibhakta breaks, analyzes. Bhakta is strong. He is blessed with the strength of wisdom, highest knowledge. Only a Bhakta is capable of reaching.
Gurus, teachers and scriptures are just pointers and helpers to help us to find the right path. We have to tread the path on our own. It is similar to the hitting of or beating and shouting of Zen Masters.
This push is beyond the physical and mental capacity of the disciples. But, still it is necessary for the disciples to make a shift in their sadhana, to help them pull out from wherever the disciples are stuck up or are lingering. Gurus can only give a temporary glimpse which will fade away. The disciple has to do Sadhana to gain the divine abilities. He has to become strong physically and mentally.
Enlightened beings all over the world over all times have used contradictory words and languages, which creates a peripheral difference in the scriptures. They are mainly transcriptions of spontaneous talks given once or twice a day over many years, and amount to an oeuvre second to none in the world of spiritual books quantity-wise, whatever one thinks about the quality.
Most can be obtained in their original audio form as well, and there are videos of some of these talks, including almost everything since and about from and earlier, his more prolific time bookwise. See also More on Osho for an overview of events since his death, and Lineage for his declared, self-appointed successors. Browser note: It was brought to my attention that the tables below were displaying weirdly, with titles of books not lining up with their themes and dates. Since some of Osho's titles are quite long, the manner in which a browser displays text how much space matters as to whether they run over one line or not.
I basically use only Firefox and so was unaware of this. Alternatives were to have new cells for each line, a lot more time and bandwidth, so i went with this aesthetically inferior but bandwidth-saving thingie. My apologies to Firefox users who will have to put up with the smaller fonts and wider, more spacious cells. If other pages on this site are also displaying weirdly in IE, i will appreciate someone letting me know. Page Notes: There are many sources on the net regarding Osho's books.
This page does not seek to be an authoritative overview or supplant them, just supplement. One angle not covered by most other sources is the dates that talks were given, so that will be one of the main organising factors here. For further info re different editions, Rudra's exhaustive Osho Bibliography site is the one par excellence, and since it has become a wiki it is getting updated big-time.
And even more e-books can be found at Message From Masters. English Discourses refer mostly to those talks given originally in English. Some eighty other titles have been translated from Hindi originals into English. My listing here will be primarily the known English original series, starting in They are the cohesive series, in time and usually theme.
Also listed are some thirty of the translations from Hindi extant in the early 90s. More may be added upon further research or info received. Regarding the different epochs, there is a progression from the Bombay days to Pune Two: In the earlier days, fewer English and more Hindi discourses.Desire is Ichha, wish. Also listed are some thirty of the translations from Hindi extant in the early 90s.
They were recorded from until , when he stopped giving the initiations personally, in 63 books, of which 47 made it to publication, the other 16 being available only electronically, in rough edit form.
DrManjiree Gokhale. There is only desire of himsa, harming, violence. The commander-in-chief of Kauravas, who was Bhisma, blowed the conch to declare the readiness, vigour, challenge and happiness to begin the war.
That is the reason that minds that are dominant with logic, knowledge and philosophy fail to understand them. Very few people like Valmiki, Angulimaal have reached through Tamas.