Black Spirituality Religion : OSHO Philosophy

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    OSHO Philosophy

    One follower of OSHO asked Me that Krishna was not only having illegal relationship with women but also deceived their husbands because Gopikas came to Krishna in the midnight while their husbands were sleeping. He charged Krishna as a double sinner. I asked a question in the line of the philosophy of his Osho. Let us assume an illegal relationship between a married woman and somebody else. I heard such cases frequently in the recent time. Osho says that the wife or husband should be frank to express the sin to the other life partner without hiding the truth. Suppose, both are in the same line. Then, they can understand each other and proceed in their lines with mutual co-operation.

    According to the Hindu ethical scriptures, both will go to hell and have to embrace the red-hot metallic statues. Both may live with happiness in this world as per Osho. But what is their fate after the death? Suppose one of these two is very chaste. By knowing the truth from other side, the life partner either will go for divorce or will be weeping through out the life. Now the sin is doubled and double punishment is given to the sinner in the hell. In the case of Gopikas and Krishna, the point is totally different.

    Such sinner in Pravrutti (Path of Justice) cannot be either Gopika or Lord Krishna. The divine background of Gopikas as sages and the total sacrifice of Gopikas are impossible in the case of any sinner in Pravrutti. Such sin is committed in Pravrutti for another co-soul and not for the Lord as in Nivrutti (Loving practical sacrifice to Lord). Such sin is possible in Nivrutti also between a female thinking herself as Gopika and the male thinking himself as Krishna. Both the cases are ruled out because the total sacrifice of all the bonds in the world prevents any female devotee to become Gopika even if the real Krishna exists. Gopika is not simply an illiterate lady as we think. She is the sage who is putting on continuous spiritual effort from the beginning of creation up to the last part of the Dwapara Yuga. Such background is impossible to any soul. The state of madness of Gopikas is also unimaginable and cannot be achieved by any soul. In such a state of climax no hurdle can stand in the path. You cannot stop any mad person by any type of effort. The Lord arranged this type of scene just before the beginning of Kali Yuga so that the bad qualities can be diverted to God for salvation.

    The soul gets salvation by such diversion and at the same time the world will be also peaceful without any disturbance since the bad qualities were detached from the world. Therefore, Krishna and His message (Gita) are wonderful new dimensions especially for the dejected souls with inevitable bad qualities. Due to this reason Krishna is said to be the complete incarnation with sixteen kalas. The Kalas increase in living beings as we travel from animals to men to devotees and to the human incarnations. The number of Kalas is the estimation of the power of divine knowledge expressed by God. The most sinful Kali Yuga needs such highest power of knowledge. Rama expressed only twelve kalas of knowledge since that much was sufficient in Treta Yuga. Krishna attracted almost all the souls in Kali Yuga. Gita is His theory and Bhagavatam is His practical. Krishna means the Lord who attracts all (Krushyate Anena Iti…). Devi Bhagavatam says that the word ‘Krishna’ represents devotion and practical service through sacrifice. It says that “Krishi” means devotion and “Na” means practical service (krishih tat Bhakti Vachano, Nascha Taddasya Vachakah).


    At the Lotus Feet of His Holiness Sri Dattaswami

    Anil Antony
     
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