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What's the difference between Rich and Poor?

From: Osho Meditation Group D.
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What's the difference between Rich and Poor?




Stress/Anger Management Via Active Meditations

Time: 9:15 AM - 12:30 PM


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There are several reasons around us to cause stress & grief. What do people do generally to overcome stress? Answer might be “Hit the bar”, “Take a walk”, “Watch a movie”, “Exercise” & several others.

Common methods of overcoming stress mask your stress temporarily, next day you are ready to loose again.

Overcoming stress via Active Meditations will take you deep down into the root of your hidden anxieties, anger, fear and emotional sickness; then turn those ailments into love, joy and abundant life.

Come; Feel the immediate transformation in a couple hours of active meditation practice.

Meditation helps you to take charge of your life, bring joy & guide you through the situations in life. It’s the way to live life, more joyfully and abundantly. The workshop will help you introspect your personality and help you to become self-guide through celebration, laugh, love and meditation.

Osho Active Meditations have been scientifically designed by Osho over a period of time to enable us to consciously express and experience repressed feelings and emotions, and learn the knack of watching our habitual patterns in a new way.

Workshops at Zorba Studio are unique, full of fun & meditative. All the members who have tried, rated it high 5 out of 5. Give it a try, You will like it.

Wear easy and relaxed clothes, don’t take heavy breakfast before you come.

New participants must attend the 45 minute introduction class that starts at 9:10 AM.



9:15 AM – 10:00 AM: Introduction to Stress Management Via Active Meditations. Osho Video for regular members.

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Osho Dynamic Meditation. ( Maximum benefits are achieved when practiced in the group).

11: 00AM - 11:20 AM: Break

11:20 AM – 12:20 PM: One of the Osho’s Meditation Technique that you can easily practice at home to remain rejuvenated & stress free throughout the day.

The workshop will conclude at 12:30PM.

For newcomers the first workshop is always FREE.

For everyone else the price is 'Income Based' (to make the Osho’s meditations open to as many people as possible) so you decide what to pay based on what you can afford:

  • High/Medium Income $20 (Drop in price)
  • Low Income $10
  • Students/Unemployed $5
  • Couples $30 (Drop in price)

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Carrollton, TX 75006
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During the weekends, we facilitate meditations inspired by Enlightened master OSHO and Yoga.

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What's the difference between Rich and Poor?


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What's the difference between Rich and Poor?
A rich man has everything that he can have, and yet he knows deep down that he has nothing. That's what makes a rich man even poorer than a poor man.

    A poor man is never so poor -- because still he has hopes: some day or other, destiny is going to shower blessings on him; some day or other; he will be able to arrive, to achieve. He can hope. The rich man has arrived, his hopes are fulfilled -- now, suddenly, he finds nothing is fulfilled. All hopes fulfilled, and yet nothing is fulfilled. He has arrived and he has not arrived at all -- it has always been a dream journey; he has not moved a single inch.

    A man who is successful in the world feels the pain of being a failure as nobody else can feel it. There is a proverb that says that nothing succeeds like success. I would like to tell you: nothing fails like success. But you cannot know it unless you have succeeded. When all the riches are there that you dreamt about, planned about, worked hard for, then sitting just amidst those riches is the beggar -- deep inside empty, hollow; nothing inside, everything outside.

    In fact, when everything is there outside, it becomes a contrast. It simply emphasizes your inner emptiness and nothingness. It simply emphasizes your inner beggarliness, poverty. A rich man knows poverty as no poor man can ever know. A successful man knows what failure is. At the top of the world, suddenly you realize that you have been behaving foolishly. You may not say so, because what is the point of saying it? You may go on pretending that you are very happy -- presidents and prime ministers go on pretending they are very happy; they are not. They are just saving face. Now, what to say? Now there is no point even in saying anything -- they are not true.

    In the older ages, people were truer, more authentic. Buddha was a prince, he was going to be the emperor -- but he realized that there is nothing in it. He could have pretended. Mahavir was a prince; he was going to be the emperor. He realized that there is nothing in it. They simply declared their realization to the world. They simply said that riches have failed, that kingdoms are not kingdoms; that if you are really seeking the kingdom, you will have to seek somewhere else, in some other direction.

    In this world there is no way to arrive.... In this world there is no home. This world is accidental. It is illusory -- just ripples on the surface, waves. And whatsoever you are doing is nothing but making card houses, or trying to sail paper boats: they are doomed to drown. This realization makes a man for the first time a little alert about his sleepiness, and then he starts moving more and more towards consciousness.

    When things are no more important, only consciousness becomes important. When things are no more significant, a new search, a new door opens. Then you are not rushing towards the without: you start slipping into the within. The kingdom of god is within. And once you drop identifying with things, suddenly you are no more fighting -- there is no point. You start moving with the river of existence. Arrival at home is effortless.

A Sudden Clash of Thunder
Ch #3: Why Should I Grieve Over Him?



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