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    From Sex to Superconsciousness

    From Sex to Superconsciousness


    Sex, the genesis of love
    28 August 1968 pm in Gowalior Tank Maidan

    Question 1

    To feel it is easy, to define love is difficult indeed. If you ask a fish what the sea is like, the fish will
    say, ”This is the sea. The sea is all around. And that’s that.” But if you insist – ”Please define the
    sea” – then the problem becomes very difficult indeed.
    The finest and the most beautiful things in life can be lived, can be known, but they are difficult to
    define, difficult to describe.

    Man’s misery is this: for the last four to five thousand years he has simply talked and talked about
    something he should have been living earnestly, about something that must be realized from within
    – about love. There have been great talks on love, countless love songs have been sung, and
    devotional hymns are continuously being chanted in the temples and in the churches – what all isn’t
    done in the name of love? – still there is no place for love in man’s life. If we delve deeply into
    mankind’s languages, we will not find a more untrue word than ”love”.
    All the religions carry on about love, but the kind of love that is found everywhere, the kind of love that

    has enveloped man like some hereditary misfortune has only succeeded in closing all the gates to
    love in man’s life. But the masses worship the leaders of the religions as the creators of love. They
    have falsified love; they have blocked all love’s streams. In this case there is no basic difference
    between East and West, between India and America.

    The stream of love has not yet surfaced in man. And we attribute this to man himself. We say it is
    because man is spoiled that love has not evolved, that there is no current of love in our lives. We
    blame it on the mind; we say the mind is poisonous. The mind is not poison. Those who degrade the
    mind have poisoned love; they have not allowed the growth of love. Nothing in this world is poison.
    Nothing is bad in God’s whole creation; everything is nectar. It is man alone who has transformed
    this full cup of nectar into poison. And the major culprits are the so-called teachers, the so-called
    holy men and saints, the politicians.

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