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Here Osho responds to questions about whether enjoyment of music, women, sensory perceptions, and all kinds of "worldly things" can interfere with meditation. Religious conditioning certainly urges people to avoid the pleasures of the flesh, but what does Osho have to say about it?

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  • 10-11-18

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Subpar for Osho talks:
Q&A styled talk difficult to pin a theme on, the result is generic but insightful answers that meet Osho's general standard but lack specificity. From the title, was Hoping for something about practice in secular Life or meditation but the content wasn't very focused.
Don't know what it was with this talk, maybe the size of the audience, but Osho took more detours, pauses and longer story breaks than usual. The tone suffered a bit, felt much less vital than his engagingly playful enthusiasm and intimacy. Very long stories, told at length with many pauses.
However much Osho may be appreciated, would recommend a different 'single' lecture.

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