Committing mistakes, is simply human. By celebrating, it can be dropped….OSHO
I have been using laughter itself as a device to wake you up. Nobody in the whole history of man has used laughter as a device. Sometimes I wonder why it has not been used, because it is a well-known fact that in a dream you cannot laugh loudly. If in a dream you laugh loudly you will wake up. In a dream, mostly you never laugh. Laughter is too far away; even to smile in a dream is a very rare experience.
But one thing you know: almost everybody once in a while has experienced nightmares. In a deep danger, perhaps falling into a bottomless abyss, or perhaps being approached by a ferocious lion — trembling, you wake up.
My own experience says to me that if you can laugh rightly, in the right moment, it will bring you out of unconsciousness into the open sky, from the darkness to the light. I am introducing laughter as a meditation because nothing makes you so total as laughter; nothing makes you stop your thinking as laughter does. Just for a moment you are no more a mind. Just for a moment you are no more in time. Just for a moment you have entered into another space where you are total and whole and healed.
I want everything to be celebrated — even tears, sadness, even the feeling that
"I have done something wrong or at least participated in something that should not be done, or only remained silent, without interfering with the wrongdoer."
Our way of asking for forgiveness can only be a celebration. I believe only in celebration.
Whatever the excuse — somebody dies, it is not a time to celebrate, but I say to you,
"Celebrate!" because death too is part of existence. And one should not reject existence, and one should not be afraid either.
Committing mistakes, is simply human. By celebrating, it can be dropped.
I don't want you be sad for anything or guilty for anything, because these are the things which all the religions have used to exploit humanity: making them guilty, making them sad, making them feel that they are unworthy.
I don't want you to feel in any way unworthy. Even when you commit a mistake you are not committing a sin.