This is the fifth part of the talk dedicated to questioning one of the most common formulas of religions, namely, that humanity needs to be saved. Why does no one ask what is its origin, what are its implications? Linked to this idea is the belief in an original fall, a primordial sin or stain that needs to be cleansed and redeemed. However, Osho considers both premises to be erroneous and a source of confusion and suffering. According to Osho, Dogmas do not grow, doctrines do not grow. Doctrines remain the same and man outgrows them. The priest clings to the doctrine. That is his heritage, his power, tradition, ancient wisdom. He clings to it. Now, what can be said of the man who goes beyond all these doctrines? Certainly, for the priest this is a continuous fall; man is falling. Just consider a few examples and you will understand how doctrines are destined to be rigid, static, dead. Man is alive. He cannot be contained in something that does not grow with him.
The Art of Being Human - Part 4 - OSHO Talks Vol. 12
When Eternity Transcends Time - Part 2 - OSHO Talks Vol. 13
The Art of Being Human - Part 3 - OSHO Talks Vol. 12
When Eternity Transcends Time - Part 3 - OSHO Talks Vol. 13
Jesus never died on the cross
Chakras. Os centros energéticos do corpo.
Life is a creative challenge - OSHO Talks Vol. 9
This is not a teaching
Do you have the courage to ask how to save humanity? - OSHO Talks Vol. 1
Ninguém diz "ama-te a ti próprio" - OSHO Talks Vol. 10