Tilopa says in the song: Become like a hallow bamboo, nothing inside. And suddenly, the moment you are hollow bamboo, the divine lips are on you, the hallow bamboo becomes a flute, and the song starts - this is the song of Mahamudra.
Tilopa has become a hallow bamboo, and the divine has come, and the song has started. It is not Tilopa's song, it is the song of the ultimate experience itself.
From the Back of the Book:
Nothing much is known about the 11th Century Indian master Tiolpa, yet his mystical insight into Tantra in the form of a song passed on to his disciple Naropa, has lived for the past ten centuries.
In these talks Osho explains many significant meditation techniques that are as helpful and powerful today as when Tilopa first sang his song.
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