Somebody was asking me, “You go on talking every day?” I said, “Because there is nothing to be taught….OSHO
I go on teaching you, knowing well there is nothing to be taught. That's why I can go on infinitely.
If there were something to be taught I would have finished already.
Buddhas can go on and on because there is nothing to be taught.
It is an endless story, it never concludes, so I can go on and on. I will never be finished; you may be finished before my story ends, for there is no end to it.
Somebody was asking me, "You go on talking every day?" I said, "Because there is nothing to be taught." Some day you will suddenly feel it – that I am not talking, that I am not teaching. You have realized there is nothing to be taught because there is no truth.
What discipline am I giving to you? None. A disciplined mind is again a mind, even more stubborn, more adamant; a disciplined mind is more stupid.
Go and see the disciplined monks all over the world Christian, Hindu, Jain. Whenever you see a man who is absolutely disciplined you will find a stupid mind behind it.
The flowing has stopped. He is so much concerned with finding something that he is ready to do whatsoever you say. If you say, "Stand on your head for an hour," he is ready to stand on his head. It is because of desire.
If God can be achieved only through standing on his head for hours, he is ready, but he must achieve.
I am not giving you any achieving, any desiring; there is nowhere to reach and nothing to achieve.
If you realize this you have achieved this very moment.
This very moment, you are perfect; nothing is to be done, nothing is to be changed.
This very moment, you are absolute Brahma.?