Spirituality {11} ~ Light Workers

According to spiritual literature, a light worker is a spiritual being who is consciously dedicated to the concept of spreading the Light of …

Spirituality {11} ~ Light Workers

In India we call Kerosene as ‘Oil of Soil’. The body is like an earthen pot, and in that earthen pot the ‘Oil of soil’ is like bodily desires. In that oil filled lamp the ego is like a wick. The person who has experienced the Reality by ‘seeing’ or experienced the Satori or Philosia, becomes a lighted lamp because he or she has got transformed & understood that there is nothing like ego.

Still he possess a little oil so the lamp will keep lighting till the oil of desires ends. Still he has ego because without it there is no light. The day desires or attachments ends, the ego too vanishes completely. That is Buddha said as’ Nirvaan’. Persons like Jesus Christ, Osho etc

Only such lighted persons has impact or authority in their voice, that the fisherman leaves the fishnet and agrees to go with Jesus without completing last rites even though his father has died. If an unlighted lamp is placed near such lamp it too caught fire due to mere presence.

This is why Indians have cultivated in their culture to leave everything in hand if you get opportunity to live with such lighted person.

We are also light workers but our light is like the light of an incense stick. It’s impact is not such to be able to get others lighted just by mere presence. It’s impact is like fragrance, the person feels it for few moments and then forget and get involved in his routine again. Yes, but only such lighted incense could catch fire far more easily if they get opportunity to live near a lighted lamp.

Buddha started his sermon only to help such people. So we must strive hard for growth of our soul and not to get satisfied that we are like the ‘true’ light workers.

If we start treating ourself as ‘Light workers’ than our this thought may hamper our most essential growth in spiritual dimension. It is specially those belonged to Brahmin class in India and generally happening with all those people belonged upper cast Hindu’s since last 5000 years! They are not ready to learn because they were imbibed with this thought in the childhood itself that they are the ‘torch bearer’ of the society.

For 5000 years neither they learned or progressed further in developing new methods in spiritual dimension not they educated lower class so that they could. Still many illiterate became Mystics like Kabir, Bulle Shah, Ravidas and Gorakhnath etc but instead they tried hard to let their research get buried or distorted still truth remained till Osho. He then gave new lease of life to all those researches and improved them and handed over to right people (western disciples).

Awareness meditation is the way worked for me, may be you too find it suitable otherwise Dynamic meditation is for most of the people. There are 110 other meditation techniques discovered by Indian Mystic Gorakhnath about 500years before and further modified by Osho that one can experiment and the suitable one could be practiced in routine life.

This Osho called this constant yearning for growth as ‘selfish approach’ towards our own salvation. Kabir said that a person needs to remain unsatisfied with his efforts and level understanding and must keep setting new benchmarks all through the life. Here in the journey of spirituality ‘Selfish’ and ‘Unsatisfaction’ is treated as good qualities of a traveller.

Osho International Foundation, Pune, India provides facility to learn these Sitting at your home, through Osho Meditation Day @€20.00 per person.

OIO rotate times through three timezones NY,Berlin and Mumbai. You can prebook according to the convenient time for you.

This is an opportunity for learning and knowing Osho through these sannyasins who lived in his presence and brought to life his words in best possible quality in all formats. Disciples of Jesus left him alone in last minutes but Osho’s disciples remained with him till he left his body willingly after working, till last day, for all of us to get enlightened.

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