If you are happy, more happiness comes to you. If you are joyous, you attract more joyousness. Like attract like. ~ Osho


There is a tremendously beautiful saying of Jesus. I am never tired of quoting it again and again. Jesus says: “Those who have, more shall be given to them. And those who don’t have, even that which they have will be taken away from them”.
A strange statement to make – very strange. Because our ordinary mathematics, arithmetic, socialism, communism, etcetera will say that: Give to those who don’t have. But Jesus says: Those who have, more shall be given to them; and those who don’t have, even that which they have shall be taken away from them. This is the fundamental law. If you are happy, more happiness comes to you. If you are joyous, you attract more joyousness. Like attracts like. If you are miserable, more misery starts moving towards you.
YOU CREATE your world. Don’t make anybody else responsible for it – it is always you who are responsible.
The Perfect Master, Vol 2

Source: Facebook Public Group, Osho Sannyasins, posted by Ravichandran Osho




We can only attract into our life, people who are vibrating at a similar light energy frequency…so if you are running at 60 light watts and you met someone the same, then there will an instant connection.

However, that additional 40% will be negative energy, and for one it maybe that they have spent a life being a victim, so that will be their weakness, the other may be a bully, so although in the beginning they may seem to match, overtime after the honeymoon is over that 40% comes to the table.

The real comfort zone of one could be a victim, and there always has to be a bully around to keep them in that zone….the only way to change this is to change your own frequency, and by doing so the partnership may not survive,
unless both parties own their own behavior and fears.

BUT if you then become the best version of you that you can as a Light energy, WITHOUT any fear, then you will met another the same……

Love and Light
Written by All1son for Walking My Talk