The Aloneness – Osho Zen Tarot Deck

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I. The commentary of The Aloneness Osho Zen

When there is no “other important person” in life, we can enjoy the freedom that is available only when we are alone. As our innermost truths are not supported by others, we either feel isolated and bitter or we can accept the fact that our argument is strong enough to survive without any acceptance by family, friends, and colleagues. If you are facing such a situation, understand how you can wisely observe your “loneliness” and be responsible for that choice.

With the Aloneness Osho Zen, the humble character in this card shines from within. One of the Buddha’s most significant contributions to the spiritual life of mankind is his affirmation of these precepts: “Illuminate yourself” (autistic reflection). Ultimately, each of us must develop from inside, the ability to find our way through the night without a companion, a map or directions.

commentary of The Aloneness Osho Zen

II. The Meaning of The Aloneness Osho Zen

When you are alone does not mean you are alone, you are alone. There is a big difference between loneliness and loneliness. When you are alone, you think of others, you remember others. Loneliness is a negative state. You will feel better if someone is there – friends, spouses, mothers, loved ones. It would be nice to have someone nearby; in fact, not at all.

The Aloneness Osho Zen is also the absence of others. It is one’s existence and very positive. It is existence, independence, and fullness. Therefore, your existence is enough to fill this universe and you do not need it for anyone.

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