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Summary

In the ordinary course, being “out of your mind” is not a positive statement being associated with a person who is out of control and not able to take care of himself, perhaps even harmful to others. Osho talks about two different ways to be out of your mind, one to fall below the mind, insanity, and the other to go above the mind, enlightenment, an eastern concept of realizing one’s full potential. At a time when we learn more and more about the function of our minds, this Osho talk is a fascinating lesson on the highest of human potential – self-realization beyond our wildest dreams.

©1985 OSHO International Foundation (P)2016 OSHO International Foundation

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