Osho on Meditation and Result

Osho – Remember, meditation can never be result-oriented; you simply meditate, that’s all. Everything happens but it will not be a result. If you are seeking the result nothing will happen; meditation will be useless.When you seek a result, it is the mind; when you don’t seek a result, it is meditation. Kick the pot and walk out, meditate and walk out; don’t ask for the result. Don’t say, “What will happen?” If you think about what will happen you cannot meditate. The mind goes on thinking about the result; it cannot be here and now, it is always in the future.

You are meditating and thinking, “When will the happiness come? It has not come yet.”If you forget the result completely, if there is not even a flicker in the mind for the result, not a single vibration moving into the future – when you have become a silent pool, here and now everything happens. In meditation cause and effect are not two -.cause is the effect; the act and the result are not two – the act is the result – they are not divided. In meditation the seed and the tree are not two -, the seed is the tree.

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