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Osho's Law of Affirmation
by Sharbaaniranjan Kundu
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  "If you can affirm something deeply,
totally, and absolutely,
it starts becoming real."

"Only a few people are aware of
what they are doing to their lives."
"A man is as he thinketh."

"It is easier to transcend heaven
than to transcend hell."
"First move from the negative
to the positive."
"It is easier to leave something
that is beautiful
than that which is ugly.
The ugly clings."
"It is easier to leave richness
than to leave poverty."
"It is easier to forget a friend
than to forget a foe."
"Change hell to heaven...
then drop heaven, too,
because even a positive thought
is still a thought."

"Start affirming no thought,
thoughtlessness...
and then the ultimate happens."
January 05 ,2012
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