Now I understand the whole thing about PCE. Osho created situations in which we could get
PCE’s and hence have a bench mark to work with. While Richard is asking us to remember a PCE, defined with a description, to take it as a
bench mark. Dynamic Meditation helped me get the first PCE and other Osho’s meditations helped me get consequent PCE’s. That is a fact,
take it or leave it. Based on these experiences and one of Osho’s discourses I read early on made me write the statement that Osho was
creating situations for us to have PCE’s.
Actually, I don’t have problem with the words ‘truth’, ‘reality’ and ‘actual’.
They are rather quite interchangeable. I don’t know why you nit-pick the difference. Real means having no imaginary part. Actual means
factual. Truth means ‘what is’. Truth does not mean that whatever one thinks is the truth. One is separate from reality because in
reality there is no psychological time. ‘I’ do not exist in reality. In actuality, we function in time. Verbalisation is time. Thought
is time. In reality, verbalisation, the word, naming, does not exist unless it is necessary for it to function. The truth is ‘what
is’, and whatever one thinks will not change that. If one is deceiving oneself about what is truth, the truth of the matter is that one
is deceiving oneself, but that fact does not make the deceit truth. That deceit is totally thought. Let’s not enter into word games but
try to get to the reality behind the words.