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2021/03/14

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Zen: The Diamond Thunderbolt<2>
Osho (Author) July 1988  Publisher: Rebel Pub. House;  English Hardcover 269pages

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Osho最後のZENシリーズ目次 

1)In Hinduism there is no possibility to enter into any other class. If you want to enter Hinduism, you have to become a sudra. The fourth class only is available, the higher classes are closed for any conversion. p51

2)思えば、OSHOはインドにおいて、身近な環境として、ヒンズーな人々と隣接しているのであった。 ガラパゴスな日本においては、なかなか想像しにくい環境だ。

3)Gautam Buddha and Lao Tzu were contemporaries, and both were of the same insight and clarity. They both belong to the universal sense of humanity. So when Buddhist monks reached China, they were welcomed. There was no conflict between Taoism and Buddhism. p52

4)このあたりは大きな流れで、衆目の一致するところ。

5)The meeting of Buddhism and Taoism is exceptional, unique. The Taoist monks received the refugee Buddhists with great love. And slowly a new phenomenon, a by-product of the meeting of Buddhism and Taoism came to birth: this is Zen. These anecdotes have the quality of Gautam Buddha and Lao Tzu both. Two of the greatest human beings who have lived on this earth, their meeting has produced the most significant and the most fragrant religiousness. But it is a little difficult to understand because Buddha spoke in a totally different language, and Lao Tzu spoke in a totally different language. And at the meeting of the two it became even more complicated. But it is a joy to enter into this complication and to find the diamond hidden behind these words.p52

5)同じような内容でもOSHOの言葉として聞くのは楽しい。

6)'Osho' is a very respectful word. It is a way of calling someone almost divine. It is in essence so respectful that only a disciple calls a master 'Osho'.

Bokushu called after him,"OSHO!" indicating: "Don't be afraid and don't escape. It is against your dignity. You are to me as worthy of respect as Buddha himself." And saying,"OSHO!" he said, pointing to his own room, "THAT'S THE WAY TO IT."

This kind of incident is impossible in this world today unless you are humble enough. If the master hits with his sandal on your head, you will start fighting with him. You will not think that he is a man worthy of respect. He will seem to be insane - you are simply asking the way and he hits you.

But once a different world existed. Bokushu did both things: first he hit him on the head with his sandal, and then he called him, "OSHO!" - You are also a master; who you are looking for? If you are looking for the master, this is the way. Drop your head outside; be humble, innocent. In your silence, without thought, you may find the master. p57

7)このレクチャー当時は、Bhagwan shree Rajneeshと呼ばれている。まもなく彼自身がOSHOと呼ばれるようになり、振り返ってみれば、このような言葉があちこちに残されていた、ということである。

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