By Allan Percy
Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) é uma referência espiritual para todas as gerações. Orientalista, escritor iniciático, poeta, romancista, pintor e considerado por milhões de pessoas como um mestre, encontramos na sua extensa obra conselhos de enorme valor para usufruirmos de uma vida simples, sábia e essencial. Allan Percy reúne neste livro o que considera serem os melhores aforismos de Hesse e associa-os a situações com que nos deparamos no nosso dia a dia, originando aquilo a que chama A Cura Espiritual de Siddhartha: um handbook unique que conduz os leitores de regresso às origens de um ser humano em harmonia com os outros e consigo mesmo.
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He was the president of the Rotary Club; that’s how I came to know him – because he requested me to address the Rotary Club. So he had come to my house and taken me in his car, and had listened to me for the first time in the Rotary Club, and became very deeply interested in me. He used to come to see me once in a The Zen Manifesto: Freedom From Oneself 43 Osho CHAPTER 2. LET THE CHRISTIAN SHIP DROWN while. He was reading books I had suggested to him because he wanted to read something about Zen, something about Tibetan mysticism, something about Sufism, something about Hassidism – the things that I had been talking about to him.
So wherever you live, you live between these two things: the sky and the earth. What is the point of making labels: ”I live here,” and ”I live there”? Life exists on the earth, below the sky. The old man certainly has an insight – but Tanka Tennen cannot accept it so easily. The Zen Manifesto: Freedom From Oneself 50 Osho CHAPTER 2. ” THE OLD MAN SIMPLY SAID, ”AH! ”? But he has proved himself to be really a man of Zen – he did not argue the point. He did not ask, ”How can the sky crumble? ” No, Zen is not an argument.
Your self can be said to be your spiritual ego – a pious ego, very refined, very subtle, but it is nothing but ego. Your personality is given by society, your individuality is given by your very birth. But before the birth you were not an individual, you were one with the womb of the mother. You never thought about being separate – you were not separate. You were nourished by the mother’s blood, by the mother’s oxygen; you were part of the mother’s body. You were joined from your navel to the mother’s body, and that was your very source of life.