Tuesday, May 15, 2007

OSHO:How are you?

DIVYANANDA. Okay -- a little confused, but... There’s a part of me that keeps looking at the whole sexuality and wants to go' Agh! Enough!' But I don't know how to get out of it.

OSHO. [With a chuckle] There is no need to get out of anything.


OSHO. Enjoy it! Why get out of it? If, by enjoying it, one day you are out of it, that too his okay -- but there is no need to get out of it. Whatsoever comes natural is good -- easy is right.

DIVYANANDA. I was in the garden the other day, I was looking around, and suddenly there was something about it.... I was looking at it and suddenly something that isn't natural.... The homosexuality -- I suddenly looked at it as not being natural.

OSHO. No, no, no. The unnatural cannot happen -- that's my definition of nature. How can the unnatural happen, just tell me? If it happens it must be natural [With a chuckle] -- otherwise how can it be? And it is happening only to man because man is more alert and conscious, because man is more intelligent -- he finds out new ways to relate So nothing to be worried about! In fact when you are in love with a woman or a woman is in love with a man, it is a biological phenomenon. When a man is in love with a man or a woman is in love with a woman, it is more psychological than biological. In fact it shows that you have, in a way, gone beyond the ordinary biology. You have taken a step aside -- you are fed up with the ordinary biology, you want to relate in a certain new way which only man can do. So always look at things in a very positive attitude. It has happened to you, it must be something in you that has evolved into it. Now don't bother what others say -- nobody has the right to interfere with your life. It is your life, and if you decide to be homosexual it is perfectly okay. Accept it in deep love and gratitude. Always look at things so that you can find something good to be happy about. Life is short, and happiness is very difficult, so don't miss any opportunity to be happy.
For Madmen Only.
Darshan Diary.
Friday April 22.1977.

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