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The Mystery of Women (Part 1)

It is one of the most ancient questions. Man has always puzzled about women, and the real problem is neither man nor woman. Reduced to the factual, to the existential, the problem is between the head and the heart.

The head cannot understand the mystery of the heart. The head is logical, rational, mathematical, scientific; the heart knows nothing of reason, nothing of logic. The heart functions in a totally different way. Its functioning creates in the head the idea of the mystery. It is not a question about women; it is a question that arises because women function through the heart and man functions through the head. Have you ever heard any women asking, “What is the mystery of man?” They simply know it.

The problem arises out of logical reasoning. It is a very superficial phenomenon. It is good with objects, with dead things; it deals with them perfectly because a dead thing has no interiority, a dead thing has no inner being, it has no life. The scientist is perfectly right about objects, but the moment he comes to think about subjectivity – the interiority – he is baffled, because reason cannot function there.

The heart knows without any process of knowing, without any syllogism, without any argument. How do you know that the rose is beautiful? Is it a rational conclusion? If you bring reason in, you will not be able to prove that the rose is beautiful, because reason cannot fathom the phenomenon of beauty.

When you say that the rose is beautiful, you are functioning from the heart. When you say the starry night overwhelms you, it is not a rational statement; if you are forced to prove it rationally, you will be at a loss. Then suddenly you will become aware that it was the heart that has spoken, and the head is absolutely incapable of figuring out how the heart functions.

But the heart is not in the same difficulty about the head, because the head is superficial and the heart is deep down within you. The lower cannot understand the higher. The higher simply understands the lower, there is no need of any reasoning. Your heart is both higher than your head and deeper than your head. The woman can be a poet, but cannot really be a mathematician. Mathematics is purely a game of the mind. Poetry is a totally different phenomenon.

OSHO
From: The Great Pilgrimage: From Here to Here , Chapter 27

Si no sabes lo que pierdes…(1ª parte)

Te he oído decir que el 98% de las mujeres en Oriente, no conocen el orgasmo. ¿Por qué tienen tanta gracia comparadas con las frustradas mujeres occidentales?

Es la extraña lógica de la vida, al mismo tiempo muy simple. En Oriente un 98% de las mujeres no saben qué es el orgasmo. Tu pregunta es entonces, ¿por qué se ven tan hermosas y no frustradas como las mujeres occidentales? ¡Por eso mismo! La frustración sólo se instala cuando has tenido la experiencia de algo que luego te es negado. Si no tienes ni idea de que el orgasmo existe, la frustración ni siquiera se plantea. Tampoco en Occidente las mujeres estaban frustradas antes de este siglo, porque la situación era la misma.

Fue gracias al psicoanálisis y a las investigaciones más profundas de la energía humana por lo que se "descubrió que por milenios hemos vivido en una falacia. La falacia consiste en creer que la mujer tiene un orgasmo vaginal, lo que se ha comprobado no ser cierto, tu orgasmo no sucede en absoluto en la vagina. De hecho, la vagina de la mujer es totalmente insensible. Su orgasmo es c1itorial, y esto es algo completamente distinto. Sin conocer el orgasmo, ella puede producir niños. Sin conocer el orgasmo puede hacer el amor, y así durante siglos, tanto en Oriente como en Occidente, la mujer se ha contentado con ser madre. En cierta forma estaba en contra del sexo, ya que no le daba ningún gozo; le estaba trayendo sólo problemas: embarazo. Durante siglos las mujeres han vivido como las fábricas: reproduciendo hijos. El hombre las ha usado como fábricas, no como seres humanos, ya que nueve niños de cada diez morían. Así, para tener tres niños una mujer tenía que producir dos o tres docenas de hijos, lo que significaba que durante toda su vida sexual activa, mientras era capaz de dar vida, estaba embarazada, una y otra vez, y el embarazo es un sufrimiento.
OSHO

From: The Great Pilgrimage: From Here to Here , Chapter 27

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