I'm sorry but i cannot relate to buddhism (however i know very little about it). When listening to enlightened people or reading osho books I'm sure that i have experienced exactly what they did - but i don't feel the same way when reading about buddhism. Honestly i feel that the buddhism interpretation is wrong. I would have never call it "cessation of suffering", even though this is true. "cessation of suffering" is not the purpose, it's more like side effect, and calling enllightenent this way creates confusion. Buddism seems to treat this like the main goal (cessation of suffering).
As I said i know very little about buddhism itself and i may be wrong with my feelings about it.
Osho was definitely not enlightened either.
That man was a gross cult leader.
If you know nothing about Buddhism why are you posting your "enlightenment" in a Buddhist forum and how can you come to the conclusion that Buddhisms interpretation is wrong?
Sorry to burst your bubble friend but your experience is not unique, interesting, or all that profound.
You don't have to be a buddhist to become enlightened. The enlightenment is "the main purpose". It's the final state, it's the maximum awareness of reality. I don't think that what i have achieved may be different alternative to buddhist enlightenment and I'm sure that "my enlightenment" and "buddhist enlightenment" are the same thing - that's why I'm writing on this forum.
Buddhism for me seems like people who were not enlightened trying to understand and describe someone who was enlightened, and what have he experienced.
Following path determinated by people who were not enlightened - that's why i feel that i can opposite to what buddhism says and still post on this forum, stating that i have experienced the same thing everyone there are thinking about.
It's always scaries me when I'm reading how people try to achieve enlightenment, because i know they are going in opposite direction.
However, i've been wathing youtube videos of enlightened buddhists and i have never felt that they are wrong. Not enlightened buddhishts are the ones i disagree with.