OSHO: I Respect Money …

OSHO: I Respect Money …


100 Comments

  1. Miłosz Stachowiak says:

    I would like to ask You Osho International: From what talk this preview is? Can you tell?

  2. Knospi says:

    what was the book's name?

  3. Cris Hernández says:

    ??

  4. Jaykumar Suthar says:

    Osho superb as always

  5. zahra nuryya says:

    the morning meditation was a torture, by the way….hahihi

  6. zahra nuryya says:

    but i still have the best feelings just see him speak, so much beauty. love him with all my heart.

  7. Josh Smeshi says:

    Money is the root of all that is evil

  8. Mihály Anatóliai says:

    Osho only spoke about the fact, that money is very very important in our everyday life. That's all he spoke about during his speeches, and there are some people who want to misunderstand him on purpose, and say that he was a capitalist……No, in the sense they mean it, he wasn't money-centered, he just used his common sense. and tried to open religions' eyes for the fact that we can't survive without money. That's all. God/Allah/Brahman bless and protect him in every step.

  9. Nur Arrieta Sir says:

    Por favor traduzca en castellano ….español .para a quellos que no saben leer ….ver desde ya muchas gracias un abrazo desde Argentina.

  10. satishkumar says:

    most of west countries are rich by in terms of money and technology but most of them addicted to drugs ,violence . india is poor in terms of money but very rich in spirituality, peace , meditation but the problem is ego western people wont accept they are poor …

  11. Maciej says:

    Leave alone jazz hobo, it's real music for rich peoples.

  12. R B says:

    Osho will always be misunderstood.

  13. Indigo Lynx says:

    If I grow a beard, talk 1 word per 5 seconds and wear clothes from Back to the Future 2, will people follow me as well?

  14. AMRIT AUJLA says:

    Mark of educated man is to listen and to understand but choose to accept it it not.

  15. iztraab says:

    What a stupid statement about jazz.

  16. Nelson says:

    About Jazz… Even he is not free from all kinds of prejudices…

  17. Pro Gram Mer Ng says:

    He is not God .. He is a Human.. sometimes he can give you some answers which are acceptable , sometimes not.. that's it..

  18. Pro Gram Mer Ng says:

    Osho doesn't like Jazz but its ok .. and his opinion could have expressed in a different way.
    Moreover he just says what he thinks. that's is not accepted all the time

  19. kevin Gutierrez says:

    He speaks shit!!! Confusing people, i can see it in his eyes he is lost from inside!!

  20. kiflichka says:

    When it comes to art and music, every one has their own taste … it has nothing to do with enlightenment

  21. Rakesh chhetri says:

    those who feel life little deeply find jazz..noisy and annoying, so do i,but before i used to love jazz, hip hop loud music..feel his word. .music of water drops, wind blow, dry leafs sound when u walk on it…

  22. Luiz says:

    Even a wise man can be stupid sometimes

  23. francisco andres says:

    Jazz in my soul.

  24. Undugu Umbu says:

    Jazz is fun to play on the piano.

  25. swordoftruth says:

    I am someone who totally loves jazz, and, I totally love Osho! go figure! I was there in Pune 1, in Rajneeshpuram, and in Pune 2, love, the field of consciousness as love and grace is the field we all live in if only we are awake 😉

  26. Araz Prince says:

    hahahahahaha….. oh my! I love U Osho.

  27. TheRealCritique says:

    I've been to Antelope. Was there last summer for the eclipse. Those stupid yokel Republican dipshits destroyed their own best chance for a real economy in that nowhere town. The fricking compoud is like a half hour by dirt road anyway. Now, it's been taken over by christian religious psychos. Fuck that. Oregon has smart people in its state, but not in yokel dirtwaters like Antelope. What a joke of a town.

  28. El arte de amar says:

    He really talk like that in his rutine lífe? So thinkfull and calm

  29. Frank Freeman says:

    The book of mirdad , is for the author Michael naime

  30. thelady inred says:

    Reminds me of maslows hierarchy of needs.. Most people are still in need of the most basic necessities

  31. abbas Jatoi says:

    osho is great nd matchless person of the world i luv ur wisdom nd i appreciate ur judiciousness .

  32. Venkatesh kumar says:

    Jazz is good, but to listen Classical you need to have certain qualities and diiplines that is what he mean, take it funny dont feel for monkey.

  33. Jake Delizioso says:

    Money is necessary, not a priority. Money can cause harm, and health.

  34. yana wild says:

    Jazz = Chaos so what's the big puff about that anyway??
    It's like hardcore/metal – some feel it for life, some can't stand it a second — it's all about diversity taste and vibes > i mean Thank god we're not all the same!!

  35. xxxbageraxxx says:

    The book mehrdad ? More prec ?

  36. Vincenzo Flora says:

    Jazz is not for idiots… Osho must respect jazz, he don't understand that music.

  37. Ahistha Bhownath says:

    What is the name of the book he’s speaking of? “Book of….?”

  38. Ruby Begonia says:

    I can't get past the jazz thing. Now I have no choice but to question his wisdom.

  39. L G says:

    He is contradictory..In his other talks he claims that there is no God. Yet he compliments the book of Mirdad as his top book. Did he even know that the book of Mirdad suggests that there is a God? Oh and it was only written in 1948, but he dismisses the Bible which is Thousands of years old.

  40. The seeker says:

    The book of Mirdad…

  41. Astro Kumar G says:

    Very practical man…enjoyed his life.

  42. Rayitojazz says:

    Coltrane must be laughing at this

  43. Veronica Garcia says:

    Wonder what he thinks about hip hop and rap…. G Eazy? Too Short? Rihanna? Beyoncé? JLo? Cardi B? Gwen Stefani? And so on…

  44. Kay Rai says:

    People getting all riled up about his Jazz music comment, don’t understand classical music. Having g been trained in classical music myself, I agree with him 100000 percent. Even monkeys can understand Jazz. But it requires years of learning to be able to appreciate classical. So hakuna your Tatas everyone. And don’t act so defensive when you haven’t even known the flip side of his argument. They say classical is for class!!!

  45. Hari Krishna says:

    the book of mirdad by mikhail naimy

  46. Kingman Riddims says:

    Even sages make mistakes. Osho is incorrect to say that jazz is not music. He simply does not understand it. Still love him tho.

  47. Natasa Brkic says:

    I am sooo happy and greatful for this chanel…

  48. Mohuned Hosuin says:

    شكرا"..أوشو ?

  49. Lucas Simões says:

    Right about Money, wrong about music and contradictory about prejudices.

  50. Gregory Darakjian says:

    Osho i love your energy!

  51. Greg B says:

    Regarding Osho's Jazz comment – it didn't seem to strike a chord with me either, seems rather off key?! (pardon the puns :P)
    Here's a few points that came to mind in Osho's defence:
    i) i've heard Osho say he often contradicts himself, as in – the next day Osho may have said Jazz is the coolest thing since sliced bread, funky outfits, snazzy watches and uber armchairs…
    ii) It looks like Osho hasn't slept in a very long time (or blinked) , so theoretically Osho could have actually meant another genre of music by mistake? Its a long shot but you never know! (Benefit of the doubt guys?)
    iii) Osho has also indicated that he enjoys controversy…and likes people talking about him…(agreeing & disagreeing but not ignoring).
    ps. In the comments below there is a video link to a video about Osho and his view on music so it might be quite enlightening for those that want to dive deeper….

  52. Fredo FPV says:

    Jazz music is cool, just listen to those exceptional masterpieces. I guess he was referring to pop music.

  53. Alan Edwards says:

    The problem is people often have to engage, and go along with, corruption
    in order to make money. I find his idea on this outdated. He advocated some
    sort of bartering system- between communes-in his later books. I prefer the ideas
    of Peter Joseph on this topic. Osho’s spiritual understandings are deep and inspired.

  54. V Dj says:

    I am introducrd to this master very late.. I am sad ?

  55. Chakkravarthi Raghavan says:

    Just the voice of Osho is enough for me. It is the most amazing music there it.

  56. April Brandao says:

    Bravo amigo !!!❤ I love Osho !!!❤ Namaste !!!❤

  57. Matt Norman says:

    This Man is Spot On.

  58. Joy Oluwa says:

    Good

  59. RAVI PATEL says:

    In march 2019

  60. Travis Bickle says:

    i always wondered if i was the only one who thought of Jazz the same way this man says ? ))) so happy

  61. Ella Havia says:

    Osho always looks stoned and in slow motion, but at least he is wise -except for the jazz thing

  62. Sar Wan says:

    04:35 Book of mirdad

  63. wiseup Powell says:

    This man is amazing

  64. Khy says:

    People living in the Amazon in the village don't have money they have the land but for us westerners I get it

  65. Dustin Cox says:

    I absolutely disagree. Money doesn't exist in nature. Money is a religion. It thwarts forward progress and binds you. Human beings, and every other species, got along just fine without money before man invented it. Life absolutely does not need money. No one human being is right about everything. It's just a bit shocking that someone so wise is so wrong about something that is easy to see.

  66. Scarlett Tantrika says:

    My favorite teacher ❤️

  67. Leonard Lozano - Infinite Growth says:

    What is the name of the book he mentioned? And author?

  68. sandeep kumar says:

    Osho is one of the wisest man on the earth

  69. Conscious Motivations says:

    come on osho jazz is awesome…

  70. silent darkness says:

    This is where I totally disagree with him. You can feel what he's talking about in every moment of life if you just stay quiet and listen. We have with in us this all the time. Its actually a lot easier too see it when you are poor. We all have our own way of getting to here and now. Money actually gets in the way of knowing and realizing who we are

  71. KIBanshee9 says:

    Also, his comments about jazz put a nice dent in the respect I had for him. If you actually know anything about how music works, how it's constructed, jazz is a highly organized form of music that requires many years of dedicated study to master. The vast majority of classical musicians can't even begin to touch jazz. It's way over their heads. They're stuck to the written score and can't improvise. Not to mention the connection between the freedom of expression that is sought in improvisation and the kind of spiritual freedom Osho talks about. How does he not see that?

    Come on Osho, you're smarter than that!

  72. BUT SMOKES HERE says:

    chłop troche odleciał tutaj

  73. Hruday Kulkarni says:

    this guy is singing

  74. Eric Lannister says:

    My master??

  75. BOY FROM MARS says:

    I love osho but what type of jazz did he listen to?

  76. Mukho Amos says:

    I wish I could see him smiling at least for a second ?

  77. Francisco Chico says:

    The question was about money he talked religion music well little about question made

  78. classic Arts says:

    Now I want to listen to some John Coltrane.

  79. Marco olarte franco says:

    I came for the ASMR ….

  80. Hement Raj Kaphale says:

    Great speech

  81. mmalha says:

    Your mustache is big. Can you talk about mustache?

  82. rean reyes says:

    I respect money…..and Rolls Royces, lol

  83. Nelson Esteves says:

    Que hombre listo..lento para hablar y rápido para ganar dinero. .

  84. Rashmi Mukherjee says:

    Love love n only love for Osho

  85. setmedic says:

    I assume he wasn’t a fan of gangster rap…

  86. RafaG says:

    Where the complete vídeo?

  87. Lazarus says:

    And so he goes on about appreciating literature, music, art. Things that dont really have anything to do with respecting money.

  88. efrain ruiz says:

    You can't serve God or Mammon! He surely more than respect money…he worships it. He lives to fill his unquenchable belly. His lust for the riches of the world is noticeable. He sells his crooked wicked doctrine to men and whomsoever buys into it….it's because it tickles their ears. This guy outright in your face teaches against the doctrines in the bible. He worships money, he trains the belly (Hara), he thinks he can elevate his consciousness by his own means….a devil in desguise.

  89. dicaprio009 says:

    I have been poor all my life. My childhood was extremely poor. Did not have the privilege of good food or good clothes. Even now at the age of 38 I haven’t earned anything, no money nor assets. But I have always had very big dreams for luxurious life and big dreams of becoming wealthy. But I am still unsuccessful in gaining wealth. The very thought of money makes me nervous and makes me realise what a failure I am. What am I supposed to do now ? Or think from now on ? Help me Osho and Osho disciples please ?

  90. Juan Lara says:

    Dice osho que hay que estar libre de prejuicios y el mismo se contradice al criticar el jazz y critica a las religiones por estar en contra del dinero. Para mi la riqueza espiritual es estar feliz y agradecido con lo que tienes. esa es mas importante que la riqueza material, ya que lo físico es temporal.

  91. Onur Günay says:

    Please add turkish subtitle
    Lütfen Türkçe altyazı ekleyin ??

  92. Aneesh V says:

    That is some funky outfit 🙂

  93. See Plush says:

    The book of what???

  94. Michael Stanford says:

    Did you know Thomas Edison died with nothing? It is a great misconception Tesla died pennyless? The man lived to be 83 years old. He gave away patents. He didn't give a fuck about money because he knew it was nothing more than consent on paper. Sure Westinghouse took good care of him but did you know Tesla's patents had a modern day worth of 300 billion dollars? You sir are nothing more than controlled opposition running psy ops on the masses.
    The lack of knowledge are killing my people not lack of money.

  95. Legio XIII says:

    Wild Wild Country ?

  96. Xtreme says:

    My man looking like a 1000 dollar bill wearing green.

  97. Victorian Superstar says:

    Osho speaks directly from his heart ?

  98. Ziad Hassan says:

    I think any musician have to learn a lot before playing jazz , classical music is a standard of highness , i agree that classical music touches hearts .
    But jazz is playing football with your heart , a lot of complex feelings together , classical is movements and sections , a happy section followed by a relaxing section , or a grieving section, jazz is mixxing all that in a single song , it is intense
    But You dont have to understand music to feel it

  99. Alba Nelly Botero says:

    Por favor pasarlas en español. Gracias.

  100. Captain Solo says:

    He is right. First financial freedom then become spiritual❤️

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