Once you have started seeing the beauty of life, ugliness starts disappearing. If you start looking at life with joy, sadness starts disappearing. You cannot have heaven and hell together, you can have only one. It is your choice.
—  Osho
Find ecstasy within yourself. It is not out there. It is in your innermost flowering. The one you are looking for is you. You are the traveler and you are the destination. In experiencing the ecstasy of your own being, you have achieved the final goal.
—  Osho
See that the whole existence is celebrating. These trees are not serious, these birds are not serious. The rivers and the oceans are wild, and everywhere there is fun, everywhere there is joy and delight. Watch existence, listen to the existence and become part of it.
—  Osho
The jealous man lives in hell. Drop comparing and jealousy disappears, meanness disappears, phoniness disappears. But you can drop it only if you start growing your inner treasures; there is no other way.
Grow up, become a more and more authentic individual. Love yourself and respect yourself the way existence has made you, and then immediately the doors of heaven open for you. They were always open, you had simply not looked at them.
—  Osho
Amar significa sentirse a gusto con la existencia. Puede ser a través de un amante, puede ser a través de un amigo, o puede ser sencillamente de forma directa e inmediata: al contemplar el amanecer o una puesta de sol.
—  Osho, Aprender a amar
There is doubt, and doubt is not destroyed by believing.
Doubt is destroyed by experiencing.
They say, believe!
I say, explore.
They say, don’t doubt!
I say, doubt to the very end, till you arrive, and know and feel and experience.
—  cosmic quotes OSHO
Sagittarius and the ninth house
We are born alone, we live alone, and we die alone. Aloneness is our very nature, but we are not aware of it. Because we are not aware of it, we remain strangers to ourselves, and instead of seeing our aloneness as a tremendous beauty and bliss, silence and peace, at-easeness with existence, we misunderstand it as loneliness.
—  Osho