Osho on Zen

At this moment you are the buddha.
Take care of the buddha twenty-four hours; cultivate the buddha twenty-four hours.
Not for a single moment forget to remember your buddhahood.
As your remembrance deepens, as your awareness becomes clear, as you dissolve into your witnessing, the buddha spontaneously arises – in your actions, in your words, in your silences.
He becomes your whole life, and a life of great joy, a life of blessings, a life which is pure poetry, essential music,
an eternal dance.
At this moment you are the buddha.
Take care of the buddha twenty-four hours; cultivate the buddha twenty-four hours.
Not for a single moment forget to remember your buddhahood.
As your remembrance deepens, as your awareness becomes clear, as you dissolve into your witnessing, the buddha spontaneously arises – in your actions, in your words, in your silences.
He becomes your whole life, and a life of great joy, a life of blessings, a life which is pure poetry, essential music,
an eternal dance.

Osho

I came across this quote yesterday and thought it was a really nice description of the process. The ending of longing and obsessive thinking through mindfulness leads to the awakening of the intuitive nature.

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