Six Of Water – Osho Zen Tarot Deck
I. The explanation of Six of Water Osho Zen Tarot
When Six of Water Osho Zen appears, on some fabulous evenings, you will meet your soul mate, the perfect person who will meet all your needs and fulfill all your dreams. Right? Wrong! This poetic illusion stems from memories while we are in the womb, where we are safe and “become one” with our mother; No wonder we want to return to where we all belong. But, cruelly speaking: it was a child’s dream. And surprisingly, we persist in chasing it in reality.
No one has an obligation to bring you happiness, including your current spouse or future dream companions. Even if they want to, it is impossible. True love does not stem from satisfying essential needs by being dependent on others. It stems from the development of our inner beauty and maturity. After that, our love will be so abundant that it will attract those who fall in love with us.
II. The energy of Six of Water Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings
This has been said again and again, down through the ages. All the religious people have been saying this: “We come alone into this world, we go alone.” All togetherness is illusory. The very idea of togetherness arises because we are alone, and the aloneness hurts. We want to drown our aloneness in relationship…
That’s why we become so much involved in love. Try to see the point. Ordinarily, you think you have fallen in love with a woman or with a man because she is beautiful, he is beautiful. That is not the truth.
The truth is just the opposite: you have fallen in love because you cannot be alone. You were going to fall. You were going to avoid yourself somehow or other. And there are people who don’t fall in love with women or men–then they fall in love with money. They start moving into money or into a power trip, they become politicians. That too is avoiding your aloneness.
If you watch man, if you watch yourself deeply, you will be surprised–all your activities can be reduced to one single source. The source is that you are afraid of your aloneness. Everything else is just an excuse. The real cause is that you find yourself very alone.
Source: Osho, Take it Easy, Volume 2, Chapter 1