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The White Lotus: Talks On The Zen Master Bodhidharma

Release date: 20 November 2023
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White represents multidimensionality, because white contains all the colors of the spectrum. That... Read More

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White represents multidimensionality, because white contains all the colors of the spectrum. That is the most strange, unbelievable quality about white: it contains all the colors yet it seems to be colorless. But it contains all those colors in such synthesis, in such harmony, that they all disappear. They dissolve into oneness and that oneness is white. White represents the ultimate synthesis and harmony…

And the lotus also is a great symbol, particularly in the East… The lotus represents the essential meaning of sannyas. The lotus lives in the lake and yet the water cannot touch it. It lives in the water and yet remains untouched by the water. The lotus represents the witnessing quality of your being:

You live in the world, but you remain a witness.
You remain in the world and yet you are not part of it.
You participate and yet you are not part of it.
You are in the world, but the world is not in you.

When you become a calm and cool observer of life you are going to laugh not ordinary laughter but a belly laughter like a lion’s roar. And white lotuses will start showering on you.

 

Product Details

Title: The White Lotus: Talks On The Zen Master Bodhidharma
Author: Osho
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
SKU: BK0484100
EAN: 9789391019129
Number Of Pages: 292
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Country Of Origin: India
Release date: 20 November 2023

About Author

OSHO is an Indian mystic. He has spoken on major spiritual traditions including Jainism, Hinduism, Hassidism, Tantrism, Christianity, Buddhism, on a variety of Eastern and Western mystics and on sacred scriptures such as the Upanishads

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