How do you return to one, if we are already one? Return to one. If everything is connected, and if we are all part of one living organism, how can we return to something we are already part of?
Also I have this question. If Buddhism is about acceptance, and the Buddha is not a god, then why does one have to be mindful of such things as not wearing knee length shorts when meditating, or not stretching in front of the Buddha statue. STATUE.
Also why if we are all one and all equals must one bow to the Osho, not turn your back to the Osho as though they are a high king? Why do people serve the Osho, and why is the Osho kept apart from the others?
Can one be an enlightened bodhisattva and still be just an ordinary person. Must one be ordained to be enlightened?
And why is discomfort and pain part of Zen meditative practice? ie you sit in a painful position for seven days at a time, not scratching, moving or brushing off a mosquito, until your bones ache and your body screams in pain. Is this what finding enlightenment is really about? And how can you find enlightenment, if you are already exactly where you are supposed to be?
These are my questions.