What Can I Learn From the Current Situation? Receive the Wonderful Wisdom of Osho
How have you struggled, grown, and changed while you were isolated? What has it taught you about yourself and what you might wish for your future?
Appreciating the little things in life means focusing on what brings us joy and happiness rather than the negative things. It means practicing gratitude for those everyday moments that are so easy to take for granted or forget. Because those little things are what we often end up appreciating the most.
In these challenging situations, keeping a good mindset is probably the most important thing you can do. It will allow you to stay optimistic, avoid useless sadness, persist in difficulties, find smart solutions, and finally, change the situation.
People often forget these ideas and their thinking becomes too pessimistic and gloomy. But if you keep these insights in mind, they will do wonders for your emotional state and your ability to overcome the challenge you face. Keep in mind that “Even bad times are over”
Our team made a test, consulting the question “What can I learn from the current situation”. So close your eyes and take a deep breath. The oracle of Osho brings you three messages of change. You just have to choose one of the three options and then find the wonderful wisdom of Osho.
Have you already chosen?
1: The Rebel
People are afraid, they are very afraid of those who know themselves. They have a certain power, a certain aura, and a certain magnetism, a charisma that can lead young and vital people out of their traditional prisons.
The enlightened man cannot be enslaved: this is the difficulty. And he cannot be imprisoned. Every genius who has known something of the interior will surely be difficult to be mastered. It will be a worrying force.
The masses do not want to be disturbed even when they may be in misery. They are in misery, but they are used to it and anyone who is not miserable seems a stranger.
The enlightened man is the greatest stranger in the world. It seems like it doesn’t belong to anyone. No organization can confine it, no community, no society, no nation.
A Piece of advice for you:
The powerful authority figure in this card is clearly the master of his own destiny. On his shoulder is the emblem of the sun and the torch he holds in his right hand symbolizes the light of his hard-won truth.
Regardless of whether he is rich or poor, the rebel is really an emperor because he has broken the chains of the repressive conditioning and opinions of society. He has made himself by embracing all the colors of the rainbow, emerging from the dark and formless roots of his unconscious past and developing wings to fly in the sky.
His own way of being is rebellious, not because he is fighting against someone or something, but because you have discovered your own true nature and are determined to live up to it. The Eagle is your spirit animal, a messenger between earth and heaven. The rebel challenges us to be courageous enough to take responsibility for who we are and to live our truth.
2: The Teacher
A Zen master is not a simple teacher. In all religions, there are only teachers. They teach you about subjects you don’t know and they ask you to believe because there is no other way to bring those experiences into objective reality.
None have the teacher to know about them – they have believed in them. He transfers his belief to someone else. Zen is not a world for believers. It is not for those who have faith, it is for those daring souls who can cast off all belief, disbelief, doubts, reasons, mind and can simply enter their pure, borderless existence. But it brings a tremendous transformation.
Rather, let me tell you that while others are involved in philosophies, Zen is involved in metamorphosis, in a transformation. But its language has to be understood, not with reason or the intellectual mind but with your loving heart. Until you hear it, it doesn’t matter if it’s true or not.
And there comes a moment suddenly when you see it, which has been evaded all your life. Suddenly, what Gautama Buddha called opening the: “eighty-four thousand doors.”
A Piece of advice for you:
The central figure in this card is seated atop a large flower in the void and holds the symbols of transformation – the sword that cuts through illusion, the serpent that rejuvenates itself by changing its skin, the broken chain of limitations, and the yin/yang symbol of the transcendence of duality.
One of her hands rests in her lap, open and receptive. The other reaches to touch the mouth of a sleeping face, symbolizing the silence that occurs when we are resting.
This is a time for deep letting go. Allow any pain, grief, or difficulty to be there, accepting this feasibility. It is much more like the experience of Gautama Buddha, when after years of searching, he finally gave up, knowing that there was nothing more he could do.
That same night he was enlightened.
Transformation comes like death, in its own time, and like death, it takes you from one dimension to another.
3: The Creator
There are two types of creators in the world. One type of creator works with objects – a poet, a painter, they work with objects, they create things. The other type of creator, the mystic, creates himself.
He does not work with objects, he works with the subject; he works in himself, in his own Being. He is the true creator, the true poet because he makes himself a masterpiece.
You are carrying a masterpiece within you, but you are blocking the way.
Stand aside, then the masterpiece will be revealed. They are all masterpieces because God never gives birth to anything less than that. They all carry that hidden masterpiece for many lives, not knowing who they are and trying, only on the surface, to be someone.
Let go of the idea of becoming someone, because you are already a masterpiece. You cannot be improved. You just have to get to it, know it, realize it. God, Himself has created you; you cannot be improved.
A Piece of advice for you:
The Zen master of this card has wielded the energy of fire and is able to use it for creativity rather than destruction. He invites us to acknowledge and participate with him in understanding that he is of those who have mastered the fires of passion, without repressing them or allowing them to become destructive and unbalanced.
He is so integrated that there is no longer any difference between who he is on the inside and who he is on the outside. He offers this gift of understanding and integration to all who come to him, giving the gift of creative light that arises from the center of his being.
The King of Fire tells us that whatever we undertake now, with the understanding that comes from maturity, will enrich our lives and those of others. Using all the tools you have, everything you have learned from your own life experience, it is time for you to express yourself.
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