Two Of Clouds – Osho Zen Tarot Deck

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Two of Clouds – Schizophrenia

I. The Explanation of Two of Clouds Osho Zen Tarot

The person in Two of Clouds Osho Zen Tarot brings a new twist to the old ideas of “getting stuck between a rock and a hard place”! But we are in exactly this situation when we are caught in the indecisive and dualistic aspects of the mind. Should I let my arms go and fall head-first, or let my legs go and fall feet-first? Should I go here or there? Should I say yes or no? And whatever decision we make, we are always wondering whether we should decide in another direction or not.

The only way to get out of this dilemma, unfortunately, is to let go of them both at the same time. You cannot find a way out by solving it, making a list of pros and cons, or any other way out of your mind. It is better to follow your heart if you can find it. If you don’t find it, just jump – your heart will beat very fast and there will be no mistakes!

Explanation of Two of Clouds Osho Zen Tarot
Two of Clouds – Schizophrenia

II. The Energy of Two of Clouds Osho Zen Tarot Based on Osho’s Teachings

Man is split. Schizophrenia is a normal condition of man – at least now. It may not have been so in the primitive world, but centuries of conditioning, civilization, culture, and religion have made man a crowd – divided, split, contradictory… But because this split is against his nature, deep down somewhere hidden the unity still survives. Because the soul of man is one, all the conditionings at the most destroy the periphery of the man.

But the center remains untouched – that’s how man continues to live. But his life has become a hell. The whole effort of Zen is how to drop this schizophrenia, how to drop this split personality, how to drop the divided mind of man, how to become undivided, integrated, centered, crystallized. The way you are, you cannot say that you are. You don’t have a being. You are a marketplace – many voices. If you want to say ‘yes’, immediately the ‘no’ is there. You cannot even utter a simple word ‘yes’ with totality… In this way happiness is not possible; unhappiness is a natural consequence of a split personality.            

Source: Osho Dang Dang Doko Dang Chapter 3

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