Just give me a little corner, just a contact center from where buddhas can enter in you….OSHO
And that is the most blissful moment — when you cannot find yourself, and there is just utter silence.?..OSHO
I HAVE TOO MANY QUESTIONS ABOUT YOU BECAUSE IN YOU I SEE A PART OF MYSELF, AND IN THAT PART I SEE EVERYONE. PLEASE NUDGE ME IF I AM IN THE WRONG LANE.
You are in the wrong space.
You see a part of you in me. That is going to create many problems, because I don't have any part of you in me. And that is the beginning of a long journey; then in that part you see everybody else and all their problems. Then the small part you had seen in me becomes so big — because in that small part you are seeing everybody — that you are going to forget me completely. I will be covered all over with other people's parts — thick, not a thin layer, because everybody's parts….
Just try the other way: see me just as a small corner in you. Give it to me, see me there, and in it see Chuang Tzu, see Gautam Buddha, see Socrates. See all the flowers that humanity has produced, and you will become a totally new person.
Just seeing me, and in me bringing all those who can somehow be connected with me, you will be surrounded by the very salt of the earth, by all that is glorious. And you will disappear in it: you will not be able to find yourself, find where you have gone.
You will meet Socrates, you will meet Pythagoras, you will meet Heraclitus, you will meet strange but beautiful beings — Bodhidharma or Diogenes or Dionysius — but you will not find yourself. In fact, yourself does not exist. And the meeting of all these people within you will make you a paradise.
So please just give it a little turn: rather than seeing yourself in me — if you can do that, why can't you do this? it is the same — see me in you. And I am not asking for your whole being because I want you to leave it for other guests. Just give me a little corner, just a contact center from where buddhas can enter in you.
But we are so accustomed to misery that we can do anything to be miserable. And we have forgotten the language of blissfulness, so to make even a small effort seems to be very arduous. But I am asking you to do the same — just give it a little turn. It will be far easier, and the reward is going to be enormous. You will be lost, and you will never be found.
And that is the most blissful moment — when you cannot find yourself, and there is just utter silence.