What's in it for Me? II

Well, i'll tell you. This is the tremendous paradox of the search. There's literally nothing for the "me" who asks. The "me" who asks is the problem, and the "solution" requires it to disappear, become nothing. Okay, quote marks and metaphysics aside, meditation is a process/commitment to dissolve the separateness between me and the rest of existence. This sense of separateness is the source of all misery.

Or so we have heard. Osho says to seekers who ask knowledgeable questions, "You have heard the rumour... but it is not yet your experience, otherwise you would not ask." You and i have also heard the rumour. You are still seeking; i am pretending to supply answers. Why? Turn the page to find out.

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