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    And Now, And Here



    And Now, And Here


    CHAPTER 15


    Discipline of Suchness
    6 August 1970 pm in Bombay, India


    Question 1

    OSHO, YOU HAVE SAID BEFORE THAT IF A SEEKER IN HIS EXPERIMENT SHOULD MAKE
    AN INTENSE RESOLVE THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO DIE, THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO RETURN
    TO HIS OWN CENTER, IN A FEW DAYS HIS LIFE ENERGY WILL BEGIN TO CONTRACT
    FROM WITHIN AND THE SEEKER WILL BE ABLE TO SEE HIS BODY AS DEAD – FIRST
    FROM WITHIN, AND THEN FROM WITHOUT. CONSEQUENTLY, HIS FEAR OF DEATH WILL
    DISAPPEAR FOREVER. SO THE QUESTION IS: IN THIS CONDITION, DOES ONE NEED TO
    MAKE ANY SPECIAL PREPARATION OR TAKE ANY EXTRA PRECAUTION SO THAT THE
    SUBTLE BODY MAY RETURN SAFELY TO THE PHYSICAL BODY? OR, DOES THE RETURN
    OF THE SUBTLE BODY HAPPEN ON ITS OWN? PLEASE EXPLAIN.

    In many ways, man lives essentially through the mind. Even when we perceive something as
    a physical occurrence, deep down it turns out to be a psychological phenomenon. All bodily
    manifestations have their roots in the mind. Let me explain a few things in this regard, then it
    will be easy to follow the question.

    Until fifty years ago, all human illnesses were treated as illnesses of the body. In the last fifty
    years, the more we have learned about illnesses, the more the proportion of physical illnesses has
    decreased while that of the psychological illnesses has increased. Even the greatest of physiologists
    is ready to admit today that more than fifty percent of all human ailments are psychological.
    Sicknesses which are otherwise considered as physical, more than half of them are caused by
    the mind. Mind is the very substratum of man’s being, his existence. It is the source of our life, it is

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