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    Sermons in Stones



    Sermons in Stones


    CHAPTER 1


    I belong to my own category
    5 November 1986 pm in


    Question 1


    BELOVED OSHO,

    MANY CONTEMPORARIES AND ENLIGHTENED ONES – RAMAN MAHARSHI, MEHER BABA, GEORGE GURDJIEFF AND J. KRISHNAMURTI – HAVE WORKED WITH PEOPLE, BUT PEOPLE GET MORE OFFENDED BY YOU THAN BY ANYBODY ELSE. OSHO, WHERE DOES YOUR TECHNIQUE DIFFER FROM THAT OF OTHER ENLIGHTENED
    ONES?


    The question is very fundamental.
    It arises in many people’s minds, and it needs a very deep insight into the workings of different
    masters.

    We will take each of the masters named in the question separately.
    Raman Maharshi is a mystic of the highest quality, but a master of the lowest quality. And you have
    to understand that to be a mystic is one thing; to be a master is totally different.
    Out of a thousand mystics, perhaps one is a master Nine hundred and ninety-nine decide to remain silent – seeing the difficulty, that whatever they have
    realized is impossible to convey in any possible way to others; seeing that not only is it difficult to
    convey, it is bound to be misunderstood too.

    Naturally, one who has arrived to the ultimate peak of consciousness will most probably decide not
    to bother with the world anymore. He has suffered for hundreds of lives living with these miserable
    people, living with all kinds of misunderstandings, groping in the dark and finding nothing. And these
    blind people who have never seen the light all believe they know what light is.
    From ancient days, a philosopher has been defined as a man who is blind, in a house that is
    completely dark, searching for a black cat which is not there.

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