Last in the Evening

Falling asleep in front of a TV or computer screen, as many people do these days, is not the most relaxing way to end a busy day. What we do in the evening can affect our night’s sleep, disturbing our sleep patterns and dreams. Last in the Evening is Osho talking on a variety of subjects specially selected for the evening. It gives you a different option for ending your day, a taste of meditation that can carry you through the night.Simply find time in the evening to sit quietly, be with yourself, and read the suggested passage. The extracts here, and in the companion volume First in the Morning, are taken from intimate one-on-one talks with Osho, and he suggested this compilation of his insights on a variety of subjects that include the nature of bliss, joy, and meditation.Whether you are familiar with meditation or a newcomer to the inner world, these two invaluable books, separately or together, can make a real difference to how you approach each day, and your life.
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    Yanna Dabulacompartió una citahace 3 meses
    Ego is our hell and the irony is that we are the creators of it. We create it and we suffer. But it is within our capacity not to create it and to move away from suffering. The moment the ego is not there and the suffering is not there, you are in bliss.
    Bliss is our nature; suffering is a created phenomenon, arbitrary. Bliss is uncreated: it is there right now, underneath suffering, like an undercurrent. You need not create it, it is already the case – just don’t create suffering.
    Yanna Dabulacompartió una citahace 3 meses
    Be more and more silent. Whenever you have the opportunity, just sit silently doing nothing, not even meditation. Just sit silently for no reason, for no purpose. Slowly, slowly silence grows, it becomes an overwhelming experience. And when silence has permeated you through and through, you will know who you are and you will know what this life is all about. In knowing it, one knows godliness.
    Yanna Dabulacompartió una citahace 3 meses
    Start feeling grateful. Grow a sense of appreciation. Praise existence for what has already been done and then much more will go on happening to you. The more you praise, the more you become capable of seeing, the more perceptive you become. A prayerful person becomes so perceptive that he sees godliness everywhere, he finds its signature everywhere – scriptures in silence, sermons in stones.

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