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    Osho Rajneesh Book "Just Around the Corner"

    Osho Rajneesh Book "Just Around the Corner"

    Just Around the Corner

    14 May 1979 pm in Chuang Tzu Auditorium

    Anand means bliss, Tineke means pure – pure bliss. Bliss is impure if it is dependent on something;
    bliss is pure when it is absolutely independent. Bliss is impure if it is conditional; bliss is pure if it
    is unconditional. The bliss that arises in love is not pure because the other is needed. Without the
    other the bliss will disappear. The very energy that becomes bliss, without the other will become

    The bliss that arises in meditation is pure because it is totally your own. It is just welling up within
    your own being; it has no context outside. Nothing is needed on the outside for it to exist; it simply
    exists on its own. It is pure and it has a tremendous beauty.

    Those are other meanings of Tineke: it also means beauty, grace, devotion.

    When bliss is pure it has a beauty, the beauty of freedom, the beauty of being alone. And it has
    grace because it is not dependent. It has no boundaries. When you are dependent on somebody
    you can never forgive him. Hence lovers cannot forgive each other; they go on fighting; they are
    intimate enemies. They are bound to remain in a conflict.

    The conflict is because the bliss Is dependent on the other, it is in the other’s hands, so you are in
    the other’s hands. He possesses the key. Certainly you cannot forgive the person who possesses
    the key for your bliss. When he wants it will be there; when he does not want it will not be there. You
    are a prisoner and a prisoner cannot have grace.

    Grace is when there is freedom. The bird on the wing has grace, the wild animal has grace – not
    the animal in the circus, in the zoo, no... no grace at all. All grace disappears.
    And out of bliss arises devotion. Devotion is the fragrance of bliss. When you feel so utterly blissful
    how can you remain without thanking God or the whole? The thankfulness arises on its own; it is

    Anand means bliss, Nityo means eternal. Bliss is not momentary: when it comes it comes forever.
    That which comes and goes is not bliss. It is something else; it is just a reflection of bliss; we call it

    It is just like on the full-moon night you see the moon in the lake, the reflection. It is momentary: just
    a little breeze and the lake will be disturbed, ripples will arise and the reflection will be lost. Again
    and again it will be there and again and again it will be gone. But if you look at the moon, not at the
    reflection, then it is eternal.

    Happiness is a reflection of bliss. We go on chasing happiness and we go on again and again
    becoming miserable, because once it is there and for a moment we are ecstatic and the next moment
    we fall in agony. One moment it is heaven, another moment it is hell. Sannyas means starting to
    look for the original instead of the reflection. It is the search for the real moon... not the reflected

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