Osho says something very timely: "If you can not leave the world better, prettier, at least not leave it worse." That's why observation serves - it does not leave anything worse. If you can not improve it, do not get worse in the world! And that has to do with all relationships, even with one's own body.
As you observe, you see that relationships, even with the body, are renewed - they are revolutionized, transformed. Under the look of observation, there are things that you become incapable of doing, because they lose their function.
Participant - This promotes a return to simplicity, right? The simplest things are the most incredible ... suddenly, we're walking around here and we delight ourselves with a drop of rain on a blade.
Of couse! The idea of the small and the great, of the simple and the complex, is totally mental. When you eliminate this, you see that anything small - that is not small - is great, it is huge. Who despises is the mind. Without the mind, there is no contempt. Everything has value. All, everything, everything ...
Taking a bath is a miracle! Sleeping is a miracle! Imagine we could not sleep! It's amazing to be able to just delight, feel the body and ... pffff!
If you leave the mind, everything charges an ecstasy in itself. Outside the mind, you see that all existence does not happen to be a profound enjoyment. Feeling, talking - do not talk about crap, of course! - smell ... pure delight. Go inside and look! Only the mind is capable of leaving the world worse.
Who is Satyaprem?
Satyaprem is a contemporary Zen Master that facilitates people's awakening to their original nature through meditative and full awareness (satsang) and intensive retreats (zero experience). Satyaprem is a Sanskrit name that literally means love for truth.
What is the work of the master Satyaprem?
Who are you? It is the main focus of Satyaprem's work. Through an apparent conversation, he will take us to the investigation of questions that, without proper verification, are absorbed as truth and govern a limited life, responsible for the frustration in which humanity is found. His initial proposal is the investigation of certain misunderstandings that prevent us from recognizing who we really are. As a result, finally, there is direct experience, the so-called "zero point" - in quantum terms. Satyaprem's work has attracted countless people from all over the world at meetings called Satsang.
What is Satsang?
Satsang is a word that comes from Sanskrit and means literally encountered with the Truth. "Sat" is truth and "blood" is communion, it is community, it is a company. It is to be at the feet of the truth. What happens in satsang is that people are invited to set aside their minds and look inward in order to find oneself.
What is Zero Experience with Satyaprem?
It is a meeting to provoke the experience of non-experience, the "zero point". Where to transform or change is irrelevant and wrong, because you are the one you are looking for. It is to see reality as it is, where everything that is unreal (illusory) disappears. It is the truth as light, darkness as an illusion. It is to be, here-now, who you really are, beyond all the ideas, for the most beautiful or ugly they are. In the end, they are just ideas about "who you are". And you are not an idea, you are life in all its immensity and beauty. It is enough with the recognition in whole.