Osho (1931-1990) was an Indian philosopher and spiritualist teacher also known by the names Rajneesh and Bhagwan. This post is about “The Essence of Emptiness” , which is the first chapter from Osho’s collection “Take it easy – Talks on Zen Buddhism” from 1979. I have to admit, I don’t really know much about Zen Buddhism, but that doesn’t matter: Much of what Osho describes here reflects, from my point of view, the great challenges of the present. And sometimes it seems to me that Osho’s words might offer a solution. But from the beginning: In favor of the heart and feelings The first half of “The Essence of Emptiness”…
A few years ago, through bullet journaling, I came up with the idea of not focusing exclusively on appointments in my organizer, but much more on myself. In addition to a full-time job, family and studies, I somehow couldn’t manage the creative design of my appointment and life planner, so I finally looked around for a finished model that would meet my requirements. I found it two years ago.