The Eccentric Essence

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UG ESSENCE:
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“My mission, if there is any, should be, from now on, to debunk every statement I have made. If you take seriously and try to use or apply what I have said, you will be in danger.”
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“I have no teaching. There is no teaching to preserve. Teaching implies something that can be used to bring about change. Sorry….there is no teaching here, just disjointed, disconnected sentences.”
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“It would be more interesting to learn from children, than try to teach them how to behave, how to live and how to function.”
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“Until you have the courage to blast me, all that I am saying, and all gurus, you will remain a cultist with photographs, rituals, birthday celebrations and the like.”
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“I may sound very cynical, but a cynic is really a realist. Cynicism will help you to have a healthy look at the way things are going on in the world.”
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“The fact is that we don’t want to be free. What is responsible for our problems is the fear of losing what we have and what we know. All these therapies, all these techniques, religious or otherwise, are only perpetuating the agony of man.”
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“Nature is interested in only two things–to survive and to reproduce one like itself. Anything you superimpose on that, all the cultural input, is responsible for the boredom of man.”
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“My interest is not to knock off what others have said [that is too easy], but to knock off what I am saying. More precisely, I am trying to stop what you are making out of what I am saying.”
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“Anything I do to help would only add to your misery–that is all. By continuing to listen to me you merely heap one more misery upon those you already have.”
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“All I can guarantee you is that as long as you are searching for happiness, you will remain unhappy.”
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“I don’t have any thoughts which I can call my own–not one thought, not one word, not one experience.”
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“Boredom is a bottomless pit. As long as you think that there is something more interesting, more purposeful, more meaningful to do than what you are actually doing, you have no way of freeing yourself from boredom.”
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“When your inner demand to be something different than what in fact you are comes to an end, then the neurotic demand to change your society ceases. You are in perfect harmony with society, including its brutalities and miseries.”
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“The United Nations is the biggest joke of this century. If each one is trying to assert his own rights there, how can there be a United Nations?”
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“Understanding yourself is one of the greatest jokes perpetrated not only by the purveyors of ancient wisdom–the holy men–but also the modern scientists. The psychologists love to talk about self-knowledge, self-actualization, living from moment to moment, and such rot.”
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“Atmospheric pollution is most harmless when compared to the spiritual and religious pollution that have plagued the world.”
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“The plain fact is that if you don’t have a problem, you create one. If you don’t have a problem you don’t feel that you are living.”
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“You actually have no way of looking at the sunset because you are not separated from the sunset. The moment you separate your self from the sunset, the poet in you comes out. Out of that separation poets and painters have tried to express themselves, to share their experiences with others. All that is culture.”
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“By using the models of Jesus, Buddha, or Krishna we have destroyed the possibility of nature throwing up unique individuals.”
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“Anything that happens in space and time is limiting the energy of life. What life is I don’t know; nor will I ever.”
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“All experiences, however extraordinary they may be, are in the area of sensuality.”
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“What I am saying is a threat to society as it is presently organised. The way I am thinking, functioning, and operating is a threat to the present society.”
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“I am not in conflict with the society. I am not interested in changing it. The demand to bring about a change in myself isn’t there anymore. So, the demand to change the world at large is not there. I suffer with the suffering man and am happy with the happy man…”
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“The extraordinary intelligence of the biological organism is all that is necessary for good living, but we are all the time interfering with its natural operation through the medium of thought.”
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“The biological instinct is very powerful, and the fear of extinction, not love or compassion, will probably be the savior of mankind.”
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“I have views on every damned thing from disease to divinity. But my views are of no more importance than those of the maid cleaning and cooking there.”
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“Food, clothing and shelter- these are the basic needs. Beyond that, if you want anything, it is the beginning of self-deception.”
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“All these godman, gurus and flunkies are offering us a new oasis. You will find out that it is no different from other mirages.”
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“That messy thing called ‘mind’ has created many destructive things. By far the most destructive of them all is God.”
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“‘Be selfish and stay selfish’ is my message. Wanting enlightment is selfishness. Charity is selfishness.”
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“When the movement in the direction of becoming something other than what you are isn’t there any more, you are not in conflict with yourself.”
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“The total absence of will and the total absence of effort, all and every kind, may be called an effortless state–but that effortless state is not something that you can achieve through effort.”
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“Anything you experience based on knowledge is an illusion.”
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“They can spend millions and millions of dollars and do every kind of research to find the seat of human consciousness, but there is no such thing as the seat of human consciousness at all. There is no such thing as seat, located in any particular individual. What is there is thought.”
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“If you listen to me year after year, you are only clarifying your thoughts. It’s useless.”
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“To be yourself requires extraordinary intelligence. You are blessed with that intelligence; nobody need give it to you; nobody can take it away from you. He who lets that express itself in its own way is a ‘Natural Man’.”
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“There is no such thing as truth. The only thing that is actually there is your ‘logically’ ascertained premise, which you call truth.”
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“The line of demarcation between the mystic and the madcap is very thin. This one–madcap–is a clinical case and the other is on the way.”
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“Inspiration is a meaningless thing. Lost, desperate people create a market for inspiration. All inspired action will eventually destroy you and your kind.”
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“To be yourself is very easy, you don’t have to do a thing. No effort is necessary. You don’t have to exercise your will, you don’t have to do anything to be yourself. But to be something other than what you are, you have to do a lot of things.”
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“A normal person lives in his illusions. A mad cap lives in his hallucinations. A man in the ‘natural state’ has neither of them.”
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“A ‘moral man’ is a frightened man- chicken hearted man; that is why he practices morality and sits in judgement over others.”
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“Unless you are free from the desire of all desires, Moksha, liberation, or self-realisation, you will be miserable.”
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“The so called self-realization is the discovery for yourself and by yourself that there is no self to discover. That will be a very shocking thing because it’s going to blast every nerve, every cell, even the cells in the marrow of your bones.”
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“Why should life have any meaning? Why should there be any purpose to living? Living itself is all that is there. Your search for spiritual meaning has made a problem out of living.”
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“Spirituality is the invention of the mind, and the mind is a myth.”
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“Whenever such a thing [enlightenment] happened, it happened to those people who had given up completely and totally all their search. That is an absolute requisite for that kind of a thing.”
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“A murderer, a con man, or a rapist has as much chance if not a better chance than all the holymen and spiritual aspirants put together.”
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“You do create me. I don’t create you for the simple reason that I don’t have any image of myself.”
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“We never look at anything. It is too dangerous to look because that ‘looking’ destroys the continuity of thinking.”
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“You have to touch life at a point where nobody has touched it before.Nobody can teach you that.”
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“Physical fear is totally different from the fear of losing what you have, the fear of not getting what you want. You call this psychological fear.”
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“Consciousness is so pure that whatever you are doing in the direction of purifying that consciousness is adding impurity to it.”
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“There may not be any such thing as consciousness at all, let alone the subconscious, the unconscious, and all the other levels of consciousness.”
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“All gurus are welfare organizations providing petty experiences to their followers. The guru game is a profitable industry; try and make two million dollars a year any other way.”
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“You are trying to enforce peace through violence. Yoga, meditation, prayers, mantras, are all violent techniques. The living organism is very peaceful; you don’t have to do a thing. The peacefully functioning body doesn’t care one hoot for your ecstasies, beatitudes, or blissful states.”
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“All that is necessary for the survival of this living organism is already there. The tremendous intelligence of the body is no match for all that we have gathered and acquired through our intellect.”
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“When I talk of a total anarchy, it is a state of being and not a state of doing. There is no action there. May be out of that something new will emerge.”
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“Thought can never capture the movement of life, it is much too slow. It is like lightning and thunder. They occur simultaneously, but sound, travelling slower than light, reaches you later, creating the illusion of two separate events.”
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“I think the solution to your real problems is, in any case, not possible for you unless you undergo the sort of biological transformation that has happened to me.”
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“The problem with language is, no matter how we try to express ourselves, we are caught up in the structure of words. There is no point in creating new language, a new lingo, to express anything. There is nothing there to be expressed except to free yourself from the stranglehold of thought.”
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“The profound statements of the great teachers are not any different in the different religions. All I am saying is that looking to alien lands and religions does not mean anything.”
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“What I am trying to point out is simply that your spiritual and religious activities are basically selfish.”
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“All revolutions are nothing but reevaluations of our value systems. You only replace one system with another system.”
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“It is fear that makes you believe that you are living and that you will be dead. What we do not want is the fear to come to an end. That is why we have invented all these new sciences, new talk, therapies, choiceless awareness and various other gimmicks.”
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“Every time a Godman appears on the stage he is adding momentum to all the chaos that already exists, and we are slowly moving in the direction of destroying ourselves.”
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“This body is a perfect piece that has been created by nature. In this assemblage of the species of human beings on this planet one being is endowed with the intelligence of an Einstein, another is endowed with the brawn of a Tyson, and someone else is endowed with the beauty of a Marilyn Monroe. I can’t conceive any possibility of all the three blooming in one individual–brain, brawn and beauty.”
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“Your highly praised inventiveness springs from your thinking, which is essentially a protective mechanism. The mind has invented both religion and dynamite to protect what it regards as its best interests.”
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“Real silence is explosive; it is not the dead state of mind that spiritual seekers think. This is volcanic in its nature; it’s bubbling all the time–the energy, the life–that is its quality.”
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“We think that thoughts are there inside of us. We think that they are self-generated and spontaneous. What is actually there is what I call a thought-sphere. The thought-sphere is the totality of man’s experiences, thoughts, and feelings passed on to us from generation to generation.”
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“Everything that is born out of thought, every discovery you have made so far is used for destructive purposes. Every invention of ours, every discovery of ours is pushing us in the direction of total annihilation of the human species.”
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“We have no future at all as long as we try to get the answers from the past that is dead. Anybody who says,”Look back or go back,” has no answers to offer us.”
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“The peak of sex experience is the one thing in life you have that comes close to being a first-hand experience; all the rest of your experiences are second-hand, somebody else’s.”
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“This[Natural State] is a state in which questioning has stopped. It has stopped because those questions have no relation to the way the organism is functioning, and the way the organism is functioning leaves no room for questions.”
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“Life has to be described in pure and simple physical and physiological terms. It must be demystified and depsychologized.”
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“When you know nothing, you say a lot. When you know something, there is nothing to say.”
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“The human organism is not interested in your wonderful religious ideas–peace, bliss, beatitude or any such thing. Its only interest is survival. What society has placed before us as the goal to reach and attain is the enemy of this living organism.”
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“All the accumulated knowledge, experience, and suffering of mankind is inside you. You must build a huge bonfire within you. Then you will become an individual. There is no other way.”
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“Cabbages are more alive than human beings.”
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“As a human body it is an extraordinary piece of creation. But as a human being he is rotten because of the culture.”
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“God is the figment of man’s fertile imagination.”
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“You are more useful to the Nature dead than alive.”
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“Anything you want to be free from for whatever reason is the very thing that can free you.”
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“I am not interested in using, influencing or changing anybody. This is a statement on what I am, how I lived, nothing more. This will not be of any tremendous value for mankind and should not be preserved for posterity. I don’t believe in posterity.”
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“If, when this body is buried, the memories people have of me are also buried along with it , that will be the end of me.”
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4 Responses to The Eccentric Essence

  1. chris says:

    This is quite a bit of wisdom to take in!
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    “The plain fact is that if you don’t have a problem, you create one. If you don’t have a problem you don’t feel that you are living.”

    i am still taking this one in.

  2. torasham says:

    and i will taking this one :
    “A ‘moral man’ is a frightened man- chicken hearted man; that is why he practices morality and sits in judgement over others.”

  3. chris says:

    “To be yourself is very easy, you don’t have to do a thing. No effort is necessary…”

    “To be yourself requires extraordinary intelligence. You are blessed with that intelligence…”

    These simple statements sound so profound because of how inelegantly we make our world. We literally delude are selves into believing that being ourselves is difficult.
    we cling to what makes it difficult.

  4. […] If you take seriously and try to use or apply what I have said, you will be in danger.” – UG [More]occasion to pay our respects or remembrances to UG, which he never wanted to happen. At least as far […]

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