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The Quest

The Quest
 
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The Quest / 探究
 
Searching for the house of god
 
神の家を探す
 
 
 
commentary(解説)…
 
あなたはとてつもない危険な状態にあります!
 
どのような瞬間にでも
 
…あなたは愛して、笑って、活気に
満ちているかもしれませんが…
 
偶然神を見出すかもしれないのです。
               
 
 
osho…
 
これはラビンドラナート・タゴールによる美しい物語だ。
 
 
彼は言った、
 
私は何千もの生にわたって神を探していた。
 
私は神を見た…
ときとしてはるか彼方に、
星の距離ほど近くに。
 
私は駆け寄った…
私がそこに着くころには
神は遠ざかっていた。
 
私はどんどん行き続けた。
 
ついに私は扉のところに着いた、
そして扉には看板があった、
 
 
「ここは神の住む家です。」
 
 
ラビンドラナート言った、
私は初めて心配になった。
 
私はとても困ってしまった。
 
震えながら、私は階段を登って行った。
 
まさに扉をノックしようとしたとき、
突然、
あっという間に、
私は全ての要点を見た。
 
 
もし私が扉をノックして
神がその扉を開けたら
すると、どうなるのだろう?
 
そうなるとあらゆることが終わってしまう、
私の旅、
私の巡礼、
私の偉大な冒険、
私の哲学、
私の詩
…私のハートの憧れすべて…
すべてが終わってしまうのだ!
 
 
それでは自殺になってしまうだろう。
 
 
その要点をとてもクリアに見て、
ラビンドラナートは言っている、
 
 
私は靴を脱いだ
なぜなら
階段を降りて戻るとなにか音をたててしまうにちがいないからだ…
神は扉を開けるに違いない!
 
そしてどうなったか?
 
そして階段の一番下に着いた瞬間
私は後ろを振り返らなかった。
 
それ以来
私は何千年もの間ずっと走りに走り続けている。
 
 
私はまだ神を探している、
今では私は神がどこに住んでいるのかを知っているというのに。
 
 
だから私はその場所を避けることだけをしなくてはならない
そうすれば
私は他のあらゆるところへ神を探し続けることができる。
 
 
そこには恐れはない…
 
 
しかし私はその家だけは避けなくてはならない
…あの家は私の頭から離れない、
完全に覚えている。
 
もし私が偶然にその家に入る機会があれば、
そうしたら全ては終わるのだ。
 
 
 
 
from osho talks
oshoの講話より
 
from osho transformation tarot
osho transformation タロット より
 
The Goose is Out
 
Responses to Disciples Questions
 
Talks given from 01/03/81 am to 10/03/81 am 
English Discourse series
10 Chapters
 
Chapter 10
Chapter title: Dissolve in my people 
10 March 1981 am in Buddha Hall
 
 
 
この全講話の英語のダウンロードpdfはこちら。
 
 
 
chapter 10 の質問4の英語の全講話です。
 
(上の日本語のこのカードの解説はこの講話の1部であり、
昔のこのカードについていた日本語の解説です。
今のカードには英語の解説しかありません。
 
 
以下の英語の講話はこのお話しの全てです。
翻訳とかできるような実力はないので…
まだ以下の英語の講話を全部訳すことができていませんが…
いつになるかわかりませんが少しづつがんばって訳していますσ(^_^;)
 
素晴らしいお話しなので英語で読める方は
是非読んでみてください。)
 
 
 
Dissolve in my people 
 
 
 
Question 4
 
OSHO, YES, OSHO, YES. 
THERE IS NO MORE BOTTLE, 
NO MORE YOU, 
NO MORE I, 
ONLY THIS DRUNKEN JOY THAT MAKES MY TOES CURL IN ECSTASY. 
BUT, OSHO... 
WHAT WAS THE JOKE?
 
 
 
Yoga Lalita, the ultimate joke, the only joke....
 
 
 
The official, Riko, once asked Nansen to explain to him the old problem of the goose in the bottle.
 
"If a man puts a gosling into a bottle,"
said Riko, 
"and feeds him until he is full-grown, 
how can the man get the goose out without killing it or breaking the bottle?"
 
Nansen gave a great clap with his hands and shouted, 
"Riko!" 
 
"Yes, Master," 
said the official with a start.
 
"See," 
said Nansen, 
"the goose is out."
 
 
 
This is the only ultimate joke in existence. 
You are enlightened. 
 
You are Buddhas 
-- pretending not to be, 
pretending to be somebody else. 
 
And my whole work here is to expose you.
 
See, Lalita, the goose is out! 
 
You will make every effort to put it back into the bottle, 
because once the goose is out then you don't have any problems. 
 
And man only knows how to live with problems, 
he does not know how to live without problems, 
so he goes on putting the goose back into the bottle.
 
 
 
 
There is a beautiful story of Rabindranath Tagore.
 
He says: 
 
I was searching for God for thousands of lives.
I saw him... sometimes far away, close to a distant star.
I rushed... by the time I had reached there he had gone further ahead. 
It went on and on. 
 
Finally I arrived at a door, and on the door there was a signboard: 
 
"This is the house where God lives -- Lao Tzu House."
 
Rabindranath says, 
I became very worried for the first time. 
I became very troubled. 
Trembling, I went up the stairs. 
I was just going to knock on the door and suddenly, in a flash, I saw the whole point.
 
If I knock on the door and God opens the door, then what? 
 
Then everything is finished, 
my journeys, 
my pilgrimages, 
my great adventures, 
my philosophy,  
my poetry 
-- all the longing of my heart -- 
all is finished! 
 
It will be suicide. 
 
Seeing the point so crystal clear, 
Rabindranath says:
 
I removed my shoes from my feet because going back down might create some noise 
-- he might open the door! 
 
Then what? 
 
And from the moment I reached the bottom of the steps I have not looked back. 
Since then I have been running and running for thousands of years. 
 
I am still searching for God, 
although now I know where he lives. 
 
So I only have to avoid that Lao Tazu House and 
I can go on searching for him everywhere else. 
 
There is no fear.... 
 
But I have to avoid that house 
-- that house haunts me; I remember it perfectly. 
 
If by chance I accidentally enter that house, 
then all is finished.
 
 
 
 
It is a beautiful insight.
 
Man lives in problems, 
man lives in misery. 
 
To live without problems, 
to live without misery, 
needs real courage.
 
I have lived without any problems for twenty-five years, and I know it is a kind of suicide. 
 
I simply go on sitting in my room doing nothing. 
There is nothing to do!
 
If you can allow that much silence to penetrate your very being, only then will you be able to let the goose out of the bottle. 
 
Otherwise, for a moment maybe... and 
again you will push the goose back into the bottle. 
 
That gives you some occupation; 
it keeps you occupied, 
keeps you concerned, 
worried, anxious. 
 
 
The moment there are no problems, 
there is no mind. 
 
The moment there are no problems, 
there is no ego. 
 
 
The ego and the mind can exist only in the turmoil of problems.
 
 
As I see it, man creates problems to nourish his ego. 
 
If there are not real problems he will invent them. 
 
But he is bound to invent them, 
otherwise his mind cannot function anymore.
 
So, Lalita, this is my simple declaration: 
that all is divine. 
 
The trees, and the rocks and the stones, and the mountains, and the stars -- all are divine. 
 
The goose has never been in the bottle. 
It is only the man who cannot live without problems who forces the goose into the bottle and then starts asking how to get it out. 
 
And then he makes impossible conditions: 
first, the bottle should not be broken, 
then the goose should not be killed.
 
Now the goose is big -- it fills the whole bottle.
 
It is impossible to fulfill the conditions. 
 
Either the bottle has to be broken
-- that is not allowed, or the goose has to be killed -- 
that is not allowed. 
 
You have to bring the goose out without killing it and without destroying the bottle. 
 
That is not possible in the very nature of things. 
 
AIS DHAMMO SANANTANO
-- this IS how life's law is, it is not possible. 
 
So man remains happy because it is not possible, 
so he can go on carrying the bottle.
 
I see Lalita carrying the bottle with the goose.... 
But the truth is that the bottle is only our imagination, fantasy, just made of the same stuff that dreams are made of.
 
This is the most difficult thing for humanity to accept. 
Hence, so much opposition to me, because I am telling you that you are Gods, that you are Buddhas, that there is no other God than you. 
 
That is the most difficult thing to accept. 
 
You would like to be a sinner, 
you would like to be guilty, 
you would like to be thrown into hell, 
but you cannot accept that you are a Buddha, 
an awakened one, 
because then all problems are solved. 
 
And when problems are solved, 
YOU start disappearing. 
 
And to disappear into the whole is the only thing of any worth, is the only thing of any significance.
 
What I am telling to you is not a teaching. 
 
This place is a device, 
this is a Buddhafield. 
 
I have to take away things which you don't have, 
and 
I have to give you things which you already have. 
 
You need not be grateful to me at all, 
because I am not giving you anything new, 
I am simply helping you to remember.
 
You have forgotten the language of your being.
 
I have come to recognize it 
-- I have remembered myself. 
 
And since the day I remembered myself
I have been in a strange situation: 
I feel compassion for you, 
and 
deep down I also giggle at you, 
because you are not really in trouble. 
 
You don't need compassion, 
you need hammering, 
you need to be hit hard on the head. 
 
Your suffering is bogus. 
 
Ecstasy is your very nature.
 
You are truth. 
You are love. 
You are bliss. 
You are freedom.
 
 
 
 
sammasatiサマサティ
(right remembrance)
正しく想起する。
 
 
『The last word of Buddha was, sammasati. 
 Remember that you are a buddha – sammasati.』
 
 
瞑想と愛 meditation & love
 
 
 
 
beloved osho
prem mashal
 
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