In this post I tried to help understand the concept ‘Zorba the Buddha’ given by Osho. It’s root is based upon an Indian saying the sins of all past lives gets burned upon getting enlightened. So definitely sins of this life even lived as Zorba too will get burned.
I took advantage of efforts of Martha Beck to let you understand what is the meaning of Lao Tzu’s statement ‘Be like water’. It is the meditation that prepares one to become water or fluid when anyone gets enlightened on this planet.
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Synchronicity is first step towards enlightenment. It is tried to explain that it happens on its own. It is called as Wu-Wei-Wu by Lao Tzu. There are basically four steps but the first is experienced but recognised later. So there are only two recognisable steps of experience during which it is happening. However it is absurd to say but actually there is no one who recognises but in word it can be expressed like this only. The experience is such cannot be expressed in words.
It is about my own experience in spiritual journey through awareness or mindfulness meditation leading to falling into emptiness called as nirbheej samadhi or Satori in Zen Buddhism of Buddha. Tao of Lao Tzu is same and so spoke Zharathustra too by celebration.