When you enter into the buddhafield you enter into a totally different world…OSHO
It is said that wherever Buddha would move, trees would bloom out of season, rivers would start flowing in the summer season when there was no water.
Wherever Buddha would move there would be peace, silence, love, compassion, all around. This is really so; not that trees will bloom out of season — these are metaphors — but whenever there is a buddha something mysterious starts happening. People start blooming out of season, joy spreads, great waves of joy.
When you enter into the buddhafield you enter into a totally different world: the world of blessings, the world of benedictions.
EVEN IN THE EMPTY FOREST
HE FINDS JOY
BECAUSE HE WANTS NOTHING.
And he is everywhere joyous, because the only thing that destroys your natural capacity of rejoicing is your desiring mind. The desiring mind makes you a beggar. Once all desires have been dropped you are the emperor. Joy is a natural state of your being.
Just let there be no desire and see. When there is no desire there is no mind. When there is no desire there is no turmoil. When there is no desire there is no past, no future. When there is no desire you are utterly contented herenow. And to be contented herenow is joy.
And whenever such a man moves, wherever he moves, he brings his climate with him. A buddha is in the spring season all the year round. And fortunate are those who come in some way close to him, blessed are those who become associated with him, because they also share his joy, his benediction, his wisdom, his love, his light.