Author: OshoPublisher: DiamondYear: 2004Language: EnglishPages: 186ISBN/UPC (if available): 8128809253
Osho tells us Unconscious evolution ends with man and conscious evolution begins then. But conscious evolution doesn’t necessarily begin in any particular man. It begins only if you choose it to begin. Life means movement. It’s impossible to remain where we are. Either we evolve to a higher level of consciousness or we regress. The choice is ours. We can’t choose. Even not choosing is a subtle choice. Most people seek oblivion and return to unconsciousness. They seek it through alcohol and drugs, through work, through sex, through sensory stimulation. Only a few choose to begin the journey towards lighter consciousness. It is to these few people that Osho addresses the discourses contained in The Psychology of the Esoteric.There are two types of evolution: collective evolution and individual, conscious evolution. Evolution implies unconscious, collective progress, so it would be better to use the world revolution in talking about man. With man, revolution becomes possible. Revolution, as I am using the word here, means a conscious individual effort toward evolution. It is bringing individual responsibility to a peak. Only you are responsible for your own evolution.
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