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Ecstasy: The Forgotten Language (Talks on the Poetry of Kabir)

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Ecstasy: The Forgotten Language (Talks on the Poetry of Kabir)


Religiousness is the science of how to find the forgotten language of ecstasy. Whenever you are in tune with existence, there is ecstasy, there is bliss, there is benediction. We have lost touch with our natural state of ecstasy, says Osho, because we no longer live existential lives; we live almost entirely in our minds, in 
our imaginations. This makes us unhappy, and unavailable for what life is really offering us. 

We find ourselves existing to sustain our society rather than letting it support and protect us, as originally intended. And society naturally supports misery, not our natural ecstasy, because an ecstatic individual cannot be enslaved by any ideology or structure. The words of Kabir a mystic, a weaver and a poet, who can touch the earth and catch the stars with his transcendent verse are the starting point for these inspiring talks on how to live our lives to their utmost potential. 

An ecstatic man is bound to be free. Ecstasy is freedom. He cannot be reduced to being a slave. You cannot destroy him so easily; you cannot persuade him to live in a prison. He would like to dance under the stars and he would like to walk with the wind and he would like to talk with the sun and the moon. He will need the vast, the infinite, the huge, the enormous. 

Luminous and numinous, Oshos words dance like fire yet refresh the reader like cool river water. At the core of his message one encounters the celebration of consciousness, the bliss of awareness, the power of presence, the serenity of silence, and the courage to free oneself from social condition

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