Seven Of Water – Osho Zen Tarot Deck
I. The Explanation of Seven of Water Osho Zen Tarot
The man and woman in Seven of Water Osho Zen are facing each other, but they cannot understand each other clearly. Each person is imagining the true face of the opposite in their minds.
We all chase after our own fantasy movie about the scenes and the people around us. This happens when we are not fully aware of our own desires, aspirations, and judgments. Instead of being responsible for owning them, we deliberately assign it to others. The illusion can be very wicked or insidious, troublesome or pleasant. But it is only an illusion – a cloud prevents us from perceiving reality. The only way out is to accept the game. As you begin to judge others, reverse your thinking. Do the things that come to mind really belong to you? Is your judgment clear or is it covered by the shadow of something you want to see?
II. The Energy of Seven of Water Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings
In the cinema, you look at the screen, not your back. But the projector is behind it. The movie is not really on the screen. On the screen, there is only a mixture of light and darkness. The movie is really in the background, but you never see it. And the projector is there.
Your mind is behind everything, and your mind is the projector. But you always look at the other, because that is the screen itself.
When you are in love, that person seems to be beautiful, no one else is equal. But when you hate that person, they become the worst. You never understand: why is the same person, but can be both the first beauty and the worst such.
Therefore, the only solution to seeing the truth is to learn to ignore the “help” of the mind and return to its vision immediately. The job of the brain is to create problems because the brain always creates dreams. Through your excitement, the dream comes true. If you get too excited, you will be poisoned, and by that time, you will not be able to grasp your senses. Then, all you see will be an illusion on the projection screen. There are so many worlds, so many minds because each mind lives in its own world.
Source: Osho Hsin Hsin Ming: The Book of Nothing Chapter 7