Meeting meditation is the beginning of a journey to know yourself.
We often approach meditation when we experience difficult moments in health, work or relationships. It is then that, often unconsciously, the search for an answer to the existential question begins: “who am I?”. With this question unconsciously always present, a fascinating journey starts in an alternation of ups and downs, peaks and valleys, exhilarating moments and grey areas that manifest, transform and dissolve in the light of awareness.
A challenging but fantastic adventure, aimed at discovering and expressing creativity, responsibility and gratitude in realizing one’s evolutionary plan.
“Who am I?” has no answer to it; it is unanswerable. Your mind will supply many answers. Your mind will say, “You are the essence of life. You are the eternal soul. You are divine,” and so on and so forth. All those answers have to be rejected: NETI NETI – one has to go on saying, “Neither this nor that.” When you have denied all the possible answers that the mind can supply and devise, when the question remains absolutely unanswerable, a miracle happens: suddenly the question also disappears. When all the answers have been rejected, the question has no props, no supports inside to stand on any more. It simply flops, it collapses, it disappears. When the question also has disappeared, then you know. But that knowing is not an answer: it is an existential experience. OSHO, Ah this!