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HYAKUJO ; The Everest of Zen OSHO <2>

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HYAKUJO; The Everest of Zen 
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OSHO(Author), Ma Dhyan Sagar (Editor) September 1989 Publisher: Rebel Publishing House Hardcover: 192 pages Language: English

★★★★★ 
Osho最後のZENシリーズ目次  

1)A haiku by Basho:

I CLAP MY HANDS AND WITH THE ECHOES IT BEGINS THE DAWN - THE SUMMER MOON.

Basho is one of the greatest poets of the world, but he has written only haikus - very symbolic but very miraculous, very simple but very mysterious. They are all to be understood through visualization, because Zen does not believe in words. Visualize and perhaps you may have some understanding. "I clap my hands and with the echoes" - in the mountains - "it begins the dawn - the summer moon."

The summer moon is still hanging and the sun is going to rise. And I have clapped my hands, and the echoes are still resounding in the mountains. It is just a painting in words. A haiku has to be understood - a painting in words, not only a poetry in words - and it has to be visualized. Just visualize yourself surrounded by mountains. And you...(OSHO CLAPS HIS HANDS.)... clap your hands. The mountains go on echoing and the summer moon is still there and the dawn has come.p10

2)Maneesha, every enlightened being expresses himself in his own unique way. Basho certainly seems to be a little melancholy, but his sadness is not your sadness. Your sadness is a repressed anger. You may not have thought about it. You become sad in a situation where you cannot express your anger.p64

3)Maneesha, these dialogues between Zen masters and their disciples almost appear to be of another world. You will not hear anything alike anywhere else. They lived in a totally different dimension and they talked about things which don't matter to you. But to them, those things mattered the most.p138

4)Osho is a very honorable word.

There are many respectful words, but the sweetness of Osho, the love, the respect, the gratitude, all are together in it. It is just like Christians using 'reverend', but that is no comparison to it. Just the very sound of Osho - even if we don't understand Japanese, the very sound is very sweet. P176

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