Osho on Reincarnation, and Memory of All Lives

The vast reservoir of the unconscious mind harbors the echoes of one’s personal history, while the collective unconscious carries the vestiges of past lives, a realm nine times larger than the conscious mind, concealing profound treasures within. Below this, we encounter the enigmatic collective unconscious, a mysterious realm where one can venture, initially requiring the guidance of a knowledgeable mentor, traditionally provided by ancient mystery schools.

These schools ushered seekers toward the unconscious and collective unconscious, delving into the annals of memory where one might find traces of previous incarnations, even as animals and birds. Deeper still, beyond the collective unconscious, lies the cosmic unconscious. As explorers of the mind continue their descent, the cosmic unconscious reveals memories of existence as trees, rosebushes, and even stones.

The mind is a vast landscape, filled with uncharted territories. Yet, accessing these realms isn’t effortless. Nature, in its wisdom, erects barriers between conscious and unconscious states, protecting us from the overwhelming confusion and chaos that would arise if we fully grasp the multitude of experiences spanning countless millennia. Imagine the dilemma when confronted with relationships—a loved one who might have been your mother in a previous life or a potential connection with a past adversary. Nature, in its wisdom, preserves a distinct demarcation, granting us access solely to the memories of this present life, mitigating the potential for turmoil and guilt.

The science of hypnosis, though met with skepticism from many religious quarters, stands as a formidable avenue for scientific inquiry. Once thoroughly explored, it satisfies the criteria of a legitimate scientific field. However, this exploration threatens established religious tenets. For instance, the concept of a singular life becomes challenged; the notion that humans have evolved solely from apes or cows faces scrutiny.

Hindu beliefs, rooted in centuries of Eastern research into the recesses of the mind, diverge from the Darwinian perspective. In the world of past lives, Hindus hold that human consciousness has its origins in the consciousness of cows. This leads to the endearing practice of calling cows “mother,” a label resonating more deeply than the Darwinian notion of a monkey as a father.

Darwin’s theory of evolution, once widely accepted, has encountered growing skepticism among contemporary scientists. The absence of a definitive missing link poses a critical conundrum for the theory. The transition from monkey to man, an abrupt leap, lacks the gradual progression that meticulous scientific inquiry would demand. We’ve unearthed ancient human remains, but they remain resolutely human, lacking any evidence of the elusive link Darwin sought.

Remarkably, reincarnation serves as the common thread uniting three religions born in India. Despite differing philosophies in other domains, they harmoniously agree on the principle of reincarnation. This shared conviction stems from their shared pursuit of the mysteries buried within the human unconscious. The intriguing tradition of revering cows as mothers in Hindu culture, often derided by the world, derives from this exploration, an acknowledgment of the unique qualities attributed to these gentle creatures, divergent from the realm of monkeys.

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