Pure magic, heart and practical mysticism. A beautiful childhood memoir interwoven with a special homage to Oglala Lakota Sioux Medicine Man Black Elk and Enlightened Mystic Osho by metaphysical writer Osho Rose. The sadhus of the East and the shamans of the West share the secret that Nature leads humans into natural states of receptive holiness, without the command of any ideologies whatsoever. "H is for the Holy Natural" by Osho Rose, writes of nature as a green cathedral full of awe, beauty, and mystery, free of guilt and punishment.
Enlightened Mystic Osho says: "If you live with nature — with trees and rocks and the sea and the stars and the clouds and the sun — you cannot be unreal, you cannot be phony. You HAVE to be real because when you are encountering nature, nature creates something in you which is natural. Responding to nature continuously, you become natural.”
Osho Rose writes: "My natural worship continues today with a passion for Nature’s chartreuse green fire. The morning sun rays illuminate the heart of every plant cell, creating a little Eden in every leaf. After a morning walk under light-breathing trees, a natural holiness makes me look up to the sky in gratitude. It is more than joy that floods my soul as I scoop the first beauty of the day, feeling the endless blue sky is all mine. As the Clouds told Black Elk: 'Behold, a sacred voice is calling you;
All over the sky a sacred voice is calling.'"
Paying homage to:
Black Elk, Heȟáka Sápa
December 1863 – August 19, 1950) was a famous Wičháša Wakȟáŋ (Medicine Man or Holy Man) of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux).
"H is for the Holy Natural -- An Homage to Black Elk and Osho" is another essay in the Osho's Alphabet Series by Osho Rose Copyright 2012.