life, its journey, is unending and much more is going to happen which is absolutely indescribable….OSHO
If you are a born seeker….
I will suggest: have a little rest, enjoy all the beauties of enlightenment but don't make it a full-stop.
Go beyond, because life, its journey, is unending and much more is going to happen which is absolutely indescribable.
The experience of enlightenment is also beyond description, but it has been described by all who have experienced it. They all say it is beyond description and still they describe it — that it is full of light, that it is full of joy, that it is the ultimate in blissfulness. If this is not description then what is description?
I am saying it for the first time: for thousands of years the people who have become enlightened have been saying that it cannot be described, and at the same time have been describing it, have been their whole lives singing it.
But beyond enlightenment you certainly enter into a world which is indescribable.
Because in enlightenment you still are; otherwise who is feeling the blissfulness, who is seeing the light? Kabir says, "… as if thousands of suns have risen." Who is seeing it?
Enlightenment is the ultimate experience — but still it is experience, and the experiencer is there.
Going beyond it, there is no experiencer.
First you were trying to dissolve your problems; now you dissolve — because existentially you are the problem. Your separation from existence is the only question which has to be solved.
You lose your boundaries, you are no more. Who is there to experience?
You need tremendous courage to drop the ego to achieve enlightenment.
You will need a million times more courage to drop yourself to attain the beyond — and the beyond is the real.