This is the third part of Osho's talk dedicated to addressing the intrinsic difficulties of a basic act between human beings: communication. As he tells us, communication by itself is complicated, but even more so between lovers. To address its peculiarities we must understand the difficulties of communication in general, knowing that each mind has been conditioned by different fathers, priests and politicians. When two minds try to communicate at least as far as the usual sphere of mundane things is concerned, there is no difficulty, but the moment they begin to go beyond that into the world of concepts, communication becomes more and more complicated. For Osho, if God is within, then meditation is the way, not prayer. Prayer to whom? To yourself. That is the only way to go deeper and deeper into your consciousness and find the divinity which I call sachchitanand. So when a Buddhist or a Jaina talks to a Hindu or a Christian, if they mention the word God, there will be no communication at all. The Christian will hear one thing: he will hear about the God who created the world six thousand and four days ago, on the first of January; Monday, of course, the first of January.
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Can you practice love? - OSHO Talks Vol. 7
Friedrich Nietzsche is a strange philosopher, a poet and a mystic - OSHO Talks Vol.20
It takes no more than three minutes - OSHO Talks Vol. 19
The world's largest statue - OSHO Talks Vol. 3
What is Truth? (Complete) - OSHO Talks Vol. 10
Any way to help a child is wrong - OSHO Talks Vol. 2
Our very desire and longing become a barrier - OSHO Talks Vol. 08
Watch and Wait (Complete) - Osho Meditations Vol. 15
January 1st - Monday - OSHO Talks Vol.