Three Of Rainbows – Osho Zen Tarot Deck

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I. The Explanation of Three of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot

The angelic figure with rainbow-colored wings on this card represents the guide that each of us carries within. As the second figure in the background, we may sometimes be a little reluctant to trust this guide when it comes to us because we have a habit of believing signs from the outside rather than from the inside.

The truth from the very deep self indicates where we should go, and when Three of Rainbows Osho Zen appears, it means you can trust the guidance from the inside you are given. His words are a whisper, and sometimes we hesitate, not knowing if we have the right understanding. But the signs are clear; following the instructions from within you will feel more complete, more integrated as if you move away from a very central place of being. If you go with it, the light beam will bring you exactly where you need to go.

Explanation of Three of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot
Three of Rainbows – Guidance

II. The Energy of Three of Rainbows Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings

You have to look for guidance because you don’t know your inner guide is hidden inside you. You have to find the inner guide, and that’s what I call your witness. That’s what I call your dharma, that’s what I call your intrinsic buddha. You have to awaken that buddha and your life will shower blessings, benediction.

Your life will become so radiant with good, with godliness, more than you can possibly conceive. It is almost like light. Your room is dark, just bring light in. Even a small candle will do, and the whole darkness disappears. And once you have a candle you know where the door is. You don’t have to think about it: “Where is the door?” Only blind people think about where the door is. People who have eyes and the light is there, they don’t think. Have you ever thought, “Where is the door?”

You simply get up and go out. You never give a single thought to where the door is. You don’t start groping for the door or hitting your head against the wall. You simply see, and there is not even a flicker of thought. You simply go out.                                       

Source: Osho God is Dead: Now Zen is the Only Living Truth Chapter 7

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