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Osho in reality is not writing about any particular religion or teacher, He is writing about Enlightenment. He is writing about those things which constitute Enlightenment. He is writing about those human frailties which are just not Enlightened and making jokes about them!!

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Osho The True Name Vol 1 Commentaries on Guru Nanak

Osho The True Name Vol 1 Commentaries on Guru Nanak DIRECTORY

Osho meditation The true name vol1 including Nanak, Omkar, Guru, Japuji, Mardana, kabir Ch1Pt1
Osho meditation The true Name including Nanak, Omkar, Guru, Japuji, Mardana, kabir Ch1Pt1 HE IS ONE, HE IS OMKAR, THE SUPREME TRUTH. HE IS THE CREATOR, BEYOND FEAR, BEYOND RANCOR. HIS IS THE TIMELESS FORM. NEVER BORN, SELF-CREATING. HE IS ATTAINED BY THE GURU'S GRACE

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: A SUDDEN CLASH OF THUNDER

Talks on Zen Stories, Talks given from 11/08/76 am to 20/08/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1977.

Introduction : Osho says that laughter is "the very essence of Zen." And though the theme of this series is meditation—watching, remaining alert and aware—as the only way to truth, Osho encourages us to, "be happy and meditation will follow." There is a wonderful chapter on laughter, Hotei the Laughing Buddha and enlightenment: "This is the whole effort of all the masters: to create a sudden clash of thunder so those who are fast asleep can be awakened." "Osho could keep his audience in thrall, knitting prescient anecdotes culled from various sources."

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: A BIRD OF THE WING

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 10/06/74 am to 20/06/74 am, English Discourse series, 9 Chapters, Year published : June 1976.

Introduction : Using traditional Zen stories and responding to seekers' questions, Osho shows how man must first be grounded in himself before he can fly into the sky of consciousness. Osho takes the reader from subjects as diverse as food, jealousy, businessmen and enlightenment, to how to know if one needs a master, the barriers we create through fear, and gratitude. Good as a starter for newcomers to Zen.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: ANCIENT MUSIC IN THE PINES

Talks on Zen Stories, Talks given from 21/02/76 am to 29/02/76 am, English Discourse series, 9 Chapters, Year published : 1977.

Introduction : Of the ultimate realization of Zen, Osho says, "Suddenly you become aware of a music that has always surrounded you... Your heart throbs in the same rhythm as the heart of the whole." This essential Zen reader is also about a number of other themes -- cowardice, boredom and restlessness, recognition and rejection, maturity and moving from the non-essential to the essential.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: AND THE FLOWERS SHOWERED

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 31/10/74 am to 10/11/74 am, English Discourse series, 11 Chapters, Year published : 1974.

Introduction : A beautiful and simple introduction for those new to Zen. Commenting on eleven Zen anecdotes, Osho explores the spiritual search, speaking on emptiness and no-mind, knowledge and being; belief and trust, repression and truth; philosophy and religion, love and divinity; death and disease, happiness and living in the here-and-now. "Osho continues publishing very good spiritual texts indeed. These on Zen are direct and whimsical. ...Osho has a no-mind to his comments, sudden bursts of insight, novel ways of putting together images so that you read in an enchanted wonder."

 

OSHO BOOK: HASSIDISM - MARTIN BUBER: THE ART OF DYING

Talks on Hassidism, Talks given from 11/10/76 am to 20/10/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1978.

Introduction : In this volume Osho comments on stories compiled by the Jewish philosopher Martin Buber. Osho helps the reader to face the reality of his own death without fear, and thereby living life to the optimum. Originating in Poland around 1750, Hasidim sought a direct, spontaneous religious experience of life, and created a great tradition of laughing saints and wonderful stories. "In a language simple but yet profound, the master Osho indicates the art of 'dying' by learning how to live in the here and now, the eternal life."

 

OSHO BOOK: BAUL MYSTICS: THE BELOVED, VOL. 1

Talks on the Baul Mystics, Talks given from 21/06/76 am to 30/06/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1976.

Introduction : "The Baul mystics are children of celebration. They celebrate life, they celebrate death. Whatever is, is seen as a gift...they simply love life in all its aspects," is how Osho introduces us to these mystics of Bengal. And in the first verse of their song, "Only a connoisseur of the flavors of love can comprehend the language of a lover's heart" is revealed the essence of their religion. Osho explains their view of sex, their concept of the body as a temple and their secret of surrender to God, to the Beloved, to "the essential man" who lives within us all.

 

OSHO BOOK: BAUL MYSTICS: THE BELOVED, VOL. 2

Talks on the Baul Mystics, Talks given from 21/06/76 am to 10/07/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1976.

Introduction : Ten talks with alternating commentaries on the songs of these delicious madmen, mystics, fools and poets with answers to seekers' questions. And whatever the question, the answers all convey the trust, oneness and love experienced by the Bauls. Spontaneous and life-affirmative, "theirs is the path of the dancer, the singer, and the aesthetic man." "I have read most of [Osho's] books and listened to tapes of his talks, and I am convinced that in the spiritual tradition, here is a mind of intellectual brilliance and persuasive ability as an author."

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: THE BUDDHA: THE EMPTINESS OF THE HEART

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 08/09/88 pm to 15/09/88 pm, English Discourse series, 8 Chapters, Year published : 1988.

Introduction : In this particularly potent dose of Zen, Osho challenges the reader to know the "empty heart," beyond feelings and sentiment, the door to eternity that exists within everyone. Using stories and haikus from past Zen masters, Osho reveals the relevance of Zen for the contemporary world. He separates Zen from all the other religions in the world, stating that they are obsolete whereas the Zen he is presenting is an alive phenomenon.

 

OSHO BOOK: CHRISTIANITY: THE DEADLIEST POISON AND ZEN: THE ANTIDOTE TO ALL POISONS

Talks given from 22/01/89 pm to 29/01/89 pm, English Discourse series, 8 Chapters.

Introduction : With ruthless precision and wisdom that is often shocking, Osho dismembers Christianity in the presence of twenty-one Jesuit priests visiting his commune during this series. This is Osho at his most candid as he deals with all the unspoken questions anyone from a Christian background might ever want to ask. Also available on "I think the essential thing he does is first to cut the dead wood of religions, because there's so much accumulated rubbish around every religious system. And he is quite merciless in what is necessary." .

 

OSHO BOOK: CHRISTIANITY - JESUS: COME FOLLOW YOURSELF, VOL. 1

Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth, Talks given from 21/10/75 am to 30/10/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho makes a clear distinction between the rebel called Jesus Christ and the religion that followed after him—Christianity. Through the gospels of Matthew, Luke and John he reintroduces Jesus as a man, a mystic and an uncompromising master filled with love, fire and compassion. A treat for those in love with Jesus'words. "I have never heard anyone so beautifully and playfully integrate and then dissolve the psychological problems which, for generations, have sapped our human energies."

 

OSHO BOOK: CHRISTIANITY - JESUS: COME FOLLOW YOURSELF, VOL. 2

Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth, Talks given from 31/10/75 am to 10/11/75 am, English Discourse series, 11 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho talks on Jesus the man, Jesus the Jew, Jesus the revolutionary, Jesus the mystic. That is, he speaks on Christ, not on Christianity. The Christ that Osho speaks about is alive, vital. As Osho responds to the sayings of Jesus, suddenly what Jesus was trying to impart becomes luminously clear, startlingly relevant. In addition, Osho answers questions from seekers such as: How does consciousness relate to God? Did Jesus manipulate the High Priests to bring about his martyrdom? Are fear and guilt the same thing? "I have never heard anyone so beautifully and playfully integrate and then dissolve the psychological problems which, for generations, have sapped our human energies."

 

OSHO BOOK: CHRISTIANITY - JESUS: COME FOLLOW YOURSELF, VOL. 3

Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth, Talks given from 11/12/75 am to 20/12/75, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Jesus is brought alive in a new and dynamic way—not the Jesus that the theologians and scholars have presented to us but Jesus as seen through the eyes of a contemporary mystic. In alternate discourses Osho answers questions about trust, his path in relation to other paths, the difference between being a fatalist and going with the flow, perfectionism, the behavior of an enlightened man, the paradox of tears of joy, being distracted by the world while on the path of meditation and his interpretation of The Lord's Prayer amongst others. "I have never heard anyone so beautifully and playfully integrate and then dissolve the psychological problems which, for generations, have sapped our human energies."

 

OSHO BOOK: CHRISTIANITY - JESUS: COME FOLLOW YOURSELF, VOL. 4

Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth, Talks given from 21/12/75 am to 31/12/75 am, English Discourse series, 11 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho talks on Jesus the man, Jesus the Jew, Jesus the revolutionary, Jesus the mystic. That is, he speaks on Christ, not on Christianity. The Christ that Osho speaks about is alive, vital. As Osho responds to the sayings of Jesus, suddenly what Jesus was trying to impart becomes luminously clear, startlingly relevant. In addition, Osho answers questions from seekers such as: How does consciousness relate to God? Did Jesus manipulate the High Priests to bring about his martyrdom? Are fear and guilt the same thing? "I have never heard anyone so beautifully and playfully integrate and then dissolve the psychological problems which, for generations, have sapped our human energies."

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: DANG DANG DOKO DANG

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 11/06/76 am to 20/06/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published: 1977.

Introduction : Dang Dang Doko Dang represents the sound of the drum beaten by a Zen master in an existential lesson for a disciple. As well as symbolizing the poetic quality of Zen, the title represents the special flavor of this collection of Osho's commentaries on well-known Zen stories. "Zen is a way of dissolving philosophical problems, not of solving them," he explains. "It is a way of getting rid of philosophy, because philosophy is a sort of neurosis." The volume also includes Osho's answers to questions about the meditation technique of Zazen.

 

OSHO BOOK: GORAKH: DEATH IS DIVINE

Talks given from 1/10/78 to 10/10/78, Original in Hindi, 10 Chapters, Year Published : 1994.

Introduction :  The great Hindi poet, Sumitranandan Pant, once asked me: who in the vast sky of Indian religion are the twelve people, who in my opinion are the brightest shining stars? I gave him this list: Krishna, Patanjali, Buddha, Mahavira, Nagarjuna, Shankara, Gorakh, Kabir, Nanak, Meera, Ramakrishna and Krishnamurti. Sumitranandan Pant closed his eyes and slipped into thought...

 

OSHO BOOK: THE DHAMMAPADA: THE WAY OF THE BUDDHA

Talks given from 21/06/79 am to 30/04/80 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters each volume.

Introduction :  Osho calls the incomparable Dhammapada sutras of Buddha, "the book of books." He explains that these sutras are concerned with aspects of man's unawareness, and that Buddha's whole message is concerned with the raising of our consciousness. Entering into The Dhammapada with Osho is to enter into a deep friendship of enlightened masters. These sutras were compiled by Buddha's disciples to contain the essence of all his teachings. This was the last turning of the Wheel of Dharma, 2,500 years ago. Osho's commentaries on these sutras set the Wheel of Dharma in motion again.

 

OSHO BOOK: KABIR: THE DIVINE MELODY

Talks on Songs of Kabir, Talks given from 01/01/77 am to 10/01/77 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1978.

Introduction : In this series of ten discourses Osho discusses some of the most beautiful songs of Kabir. In one particularly fascinating discourse Osho speaks on the seven chakras, the seven stages through which each individual must pass, and a categorization according to which chakra we function from. Another discourse examines love as "the only miracle there is," and relationships. In addition, Osho answers questions on subjects as diverse as homosexuality, prayer, being oneself, the distinction between ego and individuality, trust, the male and female within each individual, and humanity's addiction to misery.

 

OSHO BOOK: KABIR: ECTASY - THE FORGOTTEN LANGUAGE

Talks on Kabir, Talks given from 11/12/76 am to 20/12/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1976.

Introduction : Osho speaks on the exuberant poems of Kabir, as translated by India's Nobel Prize-winning poet, Rabindranath Tagore. He also responds to questions as diverse as the difference between relationship and aloneness, mind and society, self and enlightenment, and explains the difference between a crystallized self and a strong ego.

 

OSHO BOOK: TAOISM - CHUANG TZU: THE EMPTY BOAT

Talks on the Stories of Chuang Tzu, Talks given from 10/07/74 am to 20/07/74 am, English Discourse series, 11 Chapters, Year published : 1976.

Introduction : Osho revitalizes the 3000-year-old Taoist message of self-realization through the stories of the Chinese mystic, Chuang Tzu. He speaks about the state of egolessness, "the empty boat"; spontaneity, dreams and wholeness; living life choicelessly and meeting death with the same equanimity. This beautiful edition overflows with the wisdom of one who has realized that state of egolessness himself.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN - CHUANG TZU: THE FIRST PRINCIPLE

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 11/04/77 am to 20/04/77 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1979

Introduction : Osho revitalizes the 3000-year-old Taoist message of self-realization through the stories of the Chinese mystic, Chuang Tzu. He speaks about the state of egolessness, "the empty boat"; spontaneity, dreams and wholeness; living life choicelessly and meeting death with the same equanimity. This beautiful edition overflows with the wisdom of one who has realized that state of egolessness himself.

 

OSHO BOOK: KABIR: THE FISH IN THE SEA IS NOT THIRSTY

Talks on Kabir, Talks given from 11/04/79 am to 25/04/79 am, English Discourse series, 15 Chapters, Year published : 1980.

Introduction : Commenting on the haunting songs of Kabir, Osho takes the reader to the very core of the human dilemma, to the simple cause of misery and unhappiness—man's illusion that he is separate from existence, his inability to comprehend why the fish in the sea is not thirsty. He also talks on emotions and being detached from them, aloneness and love, imitation, children and religion, rebellion, living in a balanced way, sex, the generation gap, and more. "The clarity with which Osho expresses his thoughts, in an easy and direct style, is remarkable. Reading him is a liberating experience which everyone can reach."

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: THE GRASS GROWS BY ITSELF

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 21/02/75 am to 28/02/75 am, English Discourse series, 8 Chapters, Year Published : 1976.

Introduction : Osho discusses how Zen came into being and describes the remarkable people who spread it across the vastness of the Asian continent. This book contains great stories about Lao Tzu, Bodhidharma, Confucius, Bokuju and others. Osho's humor and insight give the reader a feeling of timelessness, as though the reader has come to Lao to ask about "the way," is being shocked by Bodhidharma's spontaneous totality or is being awakened by Seddyo's kaon. And of course, Osho himself...a mystic's mystic! Japan's Mainichi Shinbun calls Osho "the most exciting religious figure of today, and one who is widely read in this country."

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: THE GREAT ZEN MASTER TA HUI

Reflections on the Transformation of an Intellectual to Enlightenment, Talks given from 15/07/87 am to 20/08/87 pm, English Discourse series, 38 Chapters.

Introduction : Reflections on the Transformation of an Intellectual to Enlightenment. Osho tells of the progression of Ta Hui, a well-known Chinese Zen teacher of the 7th century, from his intellectual understanding of Buddhist scriptures to buddhahood. An extraordinary series of discourses which takes the reader from a space where most seekers may be to their potential.

 

OSHO BOOK: KABIR: THE GUEST

Talks on Kabir, Talks given from 26/04/79 am to 10/05/79 am, English Discourse series, 15 Chapters, Year Published : 1981.

Introduction : A flame in the medium of Kabir's exquisite and timeless love poems, Osho speaks on the inner lover, and the art of becoming a host, receptive and available, to the Guest who resides within. He also talks on a wide range of subjects -- from greed, unworthiness, jealousy, sex in old age, children and intelligence, children and the facts of life, to fear of exposing oneself, God, and being a loner.

 

OSHO BOOK: DESIDERATA: GUIDA SPIRITUALE

Discourses on the Desiderata, Talks given from 26/08/80 am to 10/09/80 am, English Discourse series, 16 Chapters, Year Published : 1983.

Introduction : The Desiderata is one of the smallest and most potent collections of verse. Osho places it on a par with Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Omar Khayyam's Rubaiyat and Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet, and sees it a significant companion for those on the path. In sixteen discourses Osho speaks on these timeless verses and answers a wide range of questions.

 

OSHO BOOK: HERACLITUS: THE HIDDEN HARMONY

Talks on Heraclitus, Talks given from 21/12/74 am to 31/12/74 am, English Discourse series, 11 Chapters, Year Published : 1978.

Introduction : Heraclitus says, "The hidden harmony is better than the obvious. Opposition brings concord. Out of discourse comes the fairest harmony. It is in changing that things find repose." Osho weaves together the fragments of the Greek mystic Heraclitus to reveal the startling implications of the difference between logic, Aristotle's intellectual doctrine about what is true; and logos, the existential experience of truth which Heraclitus lived.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN - SOSAN: HSIN HSIN MING: THE BOOK OF NOTHING

Talks on the Faith Mind of Sosan, Talks given from 21/10/74 am to 30/10/74 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year Published : 1983.

Introduction : "Sosan was a man of power, a man who has come to know. And when he says something, he carries something of the unknown into the world of the known. With him enters the divine, a ray of light into the darkness of your mind." Osho These are not just commentaries on the teachings of an ancient Zen master. Here is an alive, contemporary Zen master at work - and as the meaning of Sosan's teachings are unraveled, so are the habitual patterns and prejudices of the reader's mind. Furthermore, Osho's work is so subtle and delicate, the surgery is performed almost before you know it. As you turn the last page, you may suddenly realize that you'll never be quite so captivated by your own inner chatter - and without any effort you've taken the first, vital step towards meditation.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN - HYAKUJO: THE EVEREST OF ZEN, WITH BASHO'S HAIKUS

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 21/10/74 am to 30/10/74 am, English Discourse series, 9 Chapters, Year Published : 1988.

Introduction : Hyakujo's greatest contribution to Zen was the monasteries, where thousands of people gathered together with a single direction, toward what Zen calls The Ultimate Experience. And his motto: "One day without working, one day without food." No holy charity here; work and meditation go hand in hand. He also created the Chinese Tea Ceremony where something so ordinary as drinking tea becomes a meditation. But more than simply chronicles of a past master, here we see Osho "hitting" a disciple in front of the assembled thousands at the evening meditation, and we experience the depths of her response. Such was the intensity of this that Osho dedicated the book to her, a book that is truly "living Zen" and a must for everyone who is remotely interested in the ways of a Zen master.

 

OSHO BOOK: ISHA UPANISHAD: I AM THAT

Talks on the Isha Upanishad, Talks given from 11/10/80 am to 26/10/80 am, English Discourse series, 16 Chapters, Year Published : 1984.

Introduction : "This Upanishad...is the smallest it can be written on a postcard and yet it is the greatest document in existence," Osho declares. "There is no document of such luminosity, of such profoundness anywhere in the whole history of humanity." These sutras are amongst the most ancient wisdom available to mankind transmitted from masters to their disciples twenty-five centuries before even Buddha. With clear metaphors, stories and jokes, we are introduced to the perspective of an enlightened master a world view so total that it embraces the cosmic, a rebirth of the spirit of the Upanishads.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: I CELEBRATE MY SELF: GOD IS NOW WHERE, LIFE IS NOW HERE

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 13/02/89 pm to 19/02/89 pm, English Discourse series, 7 Chapters, Year Published : 1989.

Introduction : "I celebrate myself, and I want you also to celebrate yourself," says Osho, echoing the American poet, Walt Whitman. In this powerful series Osho destroys all misconceptions of a divided universe; creator and created, believer and belief, theist and atheist: "The idea of God is an imprisonment, and only when one is free from this prison can one know what it is to live in a celebrative way."

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: ISAN: NO FOOTPRONTS IN THE BLUE SKY

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 01/11/88 pm to 02/12/88 pm, English Discourse series, 8 Chapters, Year Published : 1988.

Introduction : An invitation and introduction to Osho's vision. Lacing his talks with jokes and personal anecdotes, Osho shows how the problems of everyday life can be used as tools for transformation. He also speaks on the connection between a master and his disciple, describing the role of the master as simply an invitation to return home—to ourselves. "He quotes Jesus, Buddha, Mahavira, Lao Tzu, Sufis and old Zen masters with stupendous memory, interpreting them with a freshness and directness as if they were speaking today, as if they wore jeans." Die Zeit, Germany.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: JOSHU: THE LION'S ROAR

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 15/10/88 pm to 22/10/88 pm, English Discourse series, 8 Chapters, Year Published : 1988.

Introduction : "A hair's breadth of difference, and what happens?" Joshu is asked. There is no intellectual answer to the Koans of Zen, no approximate answer and no amount of intellect to be applied: "Heaven and earth are far away." Only by authenticity can we rise in consciousness. And as this Lion's Roar of Joshu resounds through almost twelve centuries, so is its message more urgent. Through these symbolic Zen dialogues and the existential language of Haikus, Osho urges his reader not to be lukewarm, but single-pointed in the search for our authenticity. This book is full of clues...hints and pointers how to "begin" as Osho puts it, how to bring this search into our everyday lives, and in very simple ways how to begin meditating.

 

OSHO BOOK: SUFISM: JUST LIKE THAT

Talks on Sufi Stories, Talks given from 01/05/75 am to 10/05/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year Published : 1975.

Introduction : With humor and sensitivity Osho brings traditional Sufi stories into the 20th century, revealing the hidden dimensions of Sufism. He distinguishes between need and desire, expertise and existential experience, and talks on the nature of the ego, the importance of trust and the stages of growth in one's evolution. Set out in poetic format, each discourse features beautiful photographs of the Sufi meditation technique of whirling.

 

OSHO BOOK: KRISHNA: THE MAN AND HIS PHILOSOPHY

Talks given from 20/7/70 to 5/10/70, Original in Hindi, 22 Chapters, Year Published: 1985.

Content : Krishna is utterly incomparable, he is so unique. Firstly, his uniqueness lies in the fact that although Krishna happened in the ancient past he belongs to the future, is really of the future. Man has yet to grow to that height where he can be a contemporary of Krishna's. He is still beyond man's understanding; he continues to puzzle and battle us. Only in some future time will we be able to understand him and appreciate his virtues. And there are good reasons for it…

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: KYOZAN: A TRUE MAN OF ZEN

Talks given from 03/12/88 pm to 06/12/88 pm, English Discourse series, 4 Chapters, Year Published : 1989.

Introduction : Kyozan was such a simple and ordinary man that, as his own master put it, if it was possible for him to become enlightened, then it is possible for anyone. These discourses—based on anecdotes about Kyozan's life and on a selection of exquisite haikus—are filled with that promise. Osho uses Kyozan's life to make Zen as accessible to the contemporary seeker as preparing a cup of tea.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: THE LANGUAGE OF EXISTENCE

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 29/08/88 pm to 07/09/88 pm, English Discourse series, 9 Chapters.

Introduction : Nine discourses based on anecdotes of famous and little-known Zen masters. Many of these stories were previously only available in Japanese and were translated specially for this series of talks. In his discussion of these stories Osho gives meditation techniques to help understand and go beyond death, as well as techniques to be used in everyday life. This book also contains Osho's most radical insights into the problem of drugs and he presents a revolutionary solution.

 

OSHO BOOK: KAHLIL GIBRAN: THE MESSIAH, VOL. 1

Commentaries on Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet, Talks given from 08/01/87 pm to 19/01/87 pm, English Discourse series, 23 Chapters.

Introduction :  Early in this century a Lebanese poet, Kahlil Gibran, produced a book that has become universally known and loved for its beauty and the timeless themes it addresses. But because Gibran was a poet, not a mystic, in The Prophet he could give us only a work of imagination, a glimpse into the dream that is the mystic's everyday reality. The Messiah, Osho's two-volume commentary on The Prophet, must find itself as a companion to Gibran's work in the hands of every lover of truth and beauty. In this volume Osho speaks on the themes that Gibran addresses through the fictional prophet, Almustafa: love, children, giving, work; eating and drinking, and clothes; joy and sorrow; houses and homes, buying and selling; crime and punishment.

 

OSHO BOOK: KAHLIL GIBRAN: THE MESSIAH, VOL. 2

Commentaries on Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet, Talks given from 20/01/87 am to 10/02/87 am, English Discourse series, 24 Chapters.

Introduction :  Early in this century a Lebanese poet, Kahlil Gibran, produced a book that has become universally known and loved for its beauty and the timeless themes it addresses. But because Gibran was a poet, not a mystic, in The Prophet he could give us only a work of imagination, a glimpse into the dream that is the mystic's everyday reality. The Messiah, Osho's two-volume commentary on The Prophet, must find itself as a companion to Gibran's work in the hands of every lover of truth and beauty. Essentially Osho "uses" writings that are well known and much loved as a medium to express his own understanding of man and his relationship to life. When his own experience affirms the expressions of other mystics and poets, Osho endorses them, and where he feels they fall short or misrepresent the truth, he does not hesitate to say so. In all cases his love for those who have devoted their life energies to the search of truth and the expression of their findings is evident.

 

OSHO BOOK: CHRISTIANITY - SAINT THOMAS: THE MUSTARD SEED: MY MOST LOVED GOSPEL ON JESUS

Commentaries on the Fifth Gospel of Saint Thomas, Talks given from 21/08/74 am to 10/09/74 am, English Discourse series, 21 Chapters, Year Published : 1974.

Introduction :  A beautifully illustrated, coffee table volume. A Sufi story of which Osho says, "If you can understand this story, you will have understood the very secret of religion."

 

OSHO BOOK: ZEN: NIRVANA: THE LAST NIGTHMARE

Talks on Zen, Talks given from 11/02/76 am to 20/02/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1981.

Introduction : Why does Osho call the desire for nirvana, enlightenment, "the last nightmare"? Because, he says, all desire, all hope is the nightmare. Through Zen stories and responses to seekers'questions, Osho speaks on the nature of desire, the disease of comparison, man's compulsive need to "do," macrobiotics, being creative with work, and the chronic state of schizophrenia inflicted upon mankind by the organized religions.

 

OSHO BOOK: SUFISM: THE PERFECT MASTER, VOL. 1

Talks on Sufi Stories, Talks given from 21/06/78 am to 30/06/78 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho comments on Sufi anecdotes and responds to questions from seekers. But how to recognize "the perfect master"? Osho suggests that rather than being concerned about who the "perfect master" is, become the perfect disciple and the right master will appear. And how to become the perfect disciple? The answer to this and a diverse range of topics from prayer and past lives to anxiety and what is meant by a mystical experience is peppered within the text of these unforgettable talks.

 

OSHO BOOK: SUFISM: THE PERFECT MASTER, VOL. 2

Talks on Sufi Stories, Talks given from 01/07/78 am to 10/07/78 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho comments on Sufi anecdotes and responds to questions from seekers. But how to recognize "the perfect master"? Osho suggests that rather than being concerned about who the "perfect master" is, become the perfect disciple and the right master will appear. And how to become the perfect disciple? The answer to this and a diverse range of topics from prayer and past lives to anxiety and what is meant by a mystical experience is peppered within the text of these unforgettable talks.

 

OSHO BOOK: THE GOLDEN VERSES OF PYTHAGORAS, PHILOSOPHIA PERENNIS, VOL. 1

Talks on Pythagoras, Talks given from 21/12/78 am to 30/12/78 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho declares that if the Greek mathematician and mystic Pythagoras had been listened to and understood, humanity's history would have been totally different. Pythagoras is a man close to Osho's heart, with his understanding that materialism and spiritualism -- East and West, body and soul --exist together, are not opposing forces but complementary facets of a harmony. In this series of talks Osho discusses the verses of Pythagoras and responds to seekers'questions.

 

OSHO BOOK: THE GOLDEN VERSES OF PYTHAGORAS, PHILOSOPHIA PERENNIS, VOL. 2

Talks on Pythagoras, Talks given from 31/12/78 am to 10/01/79 am, English Discourse series, 11 Chapters, Year published : 1981.

Introduction : Osho explains in this volume that Pythagoras who he describes as "a seeker of truth par excellence," lived in Alexandria and was initiated into the mystery schools of Egypt in his search. He then traveled to India, Tibet and China—then the whole-known world—in his search until he became self-realized. He found a perennial philosophy but was persecuted by society, attempts made on his life, and he was unable to work out his system in detail. The fragments that were left after his death were collected and written up by a disciple in The Golden Verses of Pythagoras. Osho expounds on the idea of the East and West as representative of the brain's two hemispheres; on fanaticism, beliefs, friendship, and on the two Pythagorean laws—of necessity and power. His enthusiasm and love for Pythagoras are evident in these talks on his verses.

 

OSHO BOOK: MANDUKYA UPANISHAD: PHILOSOPHIA ULTIMA

Discourses on the Mandukya Upanishad, Talks given from 11/12/80 am to 26/12/80 am, English Discourse series, 16 Chapters, Year published : 1980.

Introduction : These discourses contain what Osho describes as the most significant statements ever made, and which point to the whole secret of the mystic approach towards life. And the sutra that begins this series of discourses, he says, contains the very essence of the entire Upanishadic vision—that the universe is an indivisible totality, an organic whole. Osho illuminates these ancient texts with such clarity that their significance seems stunningly obvious. A wealth of jokes and amusing anecdotes are magically interwoven through his commentaries.

 

OSHO BOOK: SUFISM: THE PEOPLE OF THE PATH, VOL. 1

Talks on Sufism, Talks given from 11/08/77 am to 26/08/77 am, English Discourse series, 16 Chapters.

Introduction : Jokes...paradox...parables...wisdom....absurdity...all to shake the reader out of his intellect and into the innocence of the mystic. Osho distills the essence of Sufism for the contemporary man, not to inform the reader about the state of mysticism but to create the situation in which we discover the mystic within ourselves.

 

OSHO BOOK: SUFISM: THE PEOPLE OF THE PATH, VOL. 2

Talks on Sufism, Talks given from 27/08/77 am to 10/09/77 am, English Discourse series, 15 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho takes a dozen or so beautiful Sufi anecdotes and uses them as tools to chip away at the obsolete and blind belief systems in which modern man is ensnared.

 

OSHO BOOK: KABIR: THE REVOLUTION

Discourses on Kabir, Talks given from 11/02/78 am to 20/02/78 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published : 1979.

Introduction : "Up to man there has been evolution," Osho says. "From fish to man there has been evolution. But from man to a Buddha, from man to a Christ, from man to a Kabir, it is not evolution, it is revolution—the revolution I call it, the only revolution." Osho rekindles these ten fiery songs of Kabir, verses which shocked 15th-century seekers. In Osho's hands, Kabir's vision is equally if not more mind-shattering.

 

OSHO BOOK: KENOPANISHAD: THE SUPREME DOCTRINE

Talks on the Kenopanishad, Talks given from 08/07/73 pm to 16/07/73 pm, English Discourse series, 17 Chapters, Year published: 1977.

Introduction : The Supreme Doctrine deals in depth with many aspects of meditation, the fundamentals of how to move intensely and totally into this experience spoken of by the rishis in the Ken Upanishad . Osho's insights are incisive, his freshness and dynamism are captured in these talks. He explains the process of meditation: "Meditation is first of all an effort to make you independent; and second, to change your type and quality of consciousness. With a new quality of consciousness old problems cannot exist: they simply disappear."

 

OSHO BOOK: THE TANTRA VISION, VOL. 1

Talks on the Royal Song of Saraha, Talks given from 21/04/77 am to 30/04/77 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : An absorbing book about the relationship between Saraha, an affluent young Brahmin, and a lower-cast arrowsmith woman - he as disciple, and she as his Tantric master. In Osho's understanding Tantra is one of the greatest of man's visions, a religion which respects rather than destroys individuality. Alternately speaking on the sutras of Saraha and answering seekers'questions, Osho describes what he calls the "Tantra map of inner consciousness," including the "four seals" or locks that open as couples move higher in meditation.

 

OSHO BOOK: THE TANTRA VISION, VOL. 2

Talks on the Royal Song of Saraha, Talks given from 01/05/77 am to 10/05/77 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : An absorbing book about the relationship between Saraha, an affluent young Brahmin, and a lower-cast arrowsmith woman - he as disciple, and she as his Tantric master. In Osho's understanding Tantra is one of the greatest of man's visions, a religion which respects rather than destroys individuality. Alternately speaking on the sutras of Saraha and answering seekers'questions, Osho describes what he calls the "Tantra map of inner consciousness," including the "four seals" or locks that open as couples move higher in meditation.

 

OSHO BOOK: TANTRA: THE SUPREME UNDERSTANDING

Discourses on Tilopa's Song of Mahamudra, Talks given from 11/02/75 am to 20/02/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year published :1984.

Introduction : Nothing much is known about the Indian master Tilopa, yet his mystical insight into Tantra in the form of a song passed on to his disciple Naropa, has lived on through the ages. In this series of discourses Osho speaks on Tilopa's verses, which contain many significant meditation techniques suitable for the modern-day seeker: "Mahamudra...is a total orgasm with the whole, with the universe. It is a melting into the source of being.... This is a song of Mahamudra. And who will sing it? Tilopa is no more. The orgasmic feeling itself is vibrating and singing.... I am also here to sing a song, but it can be given to you only when you are ready."

 

OSHO BOOK: TAOSIM - LAO TZU: TAO: THE THREE TREASURES, VOL. 1

Talks on Fragments from Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching, Talks given from 11/06/75 am to 20/06/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho recounts how Lao Tzu, at the age of 90, was leaving for the Himalayas to spend his final days. Until this time he had never written down his insights, but at the border a guard (who was also his disciple) imprisoned the mystic and refused to release him until he wrote down something of what he had come to know. That is how this unique text, the Tao Te Ching, was born. Osho comments on this classic text from his uniquely fresh perspective, and also answers questions about the I Ching, growth and spirituality in the context of Tao, the concept of sudden versus gradual enlightenment, and much more.

 

OSHO BOOK: TAOSIM - LAO TZU: TAO: THE THREE TREASURES, VOL. 2

Talks on Fragments from Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching, Talks given from 21/06/75 am to 30/06/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho's affinity with this ancient Chinese mystic is such that he says when he speaks on Lao Tzu he is speaking as if on himself. So clearly does Lao Tzu reflect the unity of opposites, life's absurdities, its ordinariness, and the beauty of that ordinariness, that Osho sees in him a "spokesman for life." In this volume Osho comments on the verses of Lao Tzu and answers questions from disciples and other seekers - Why did you choose a male form as your last one? Please explain the difference between discipline and control. What happens when an enlightened being dissolves into the cosmos? And more.

 

OSHO BOOK: TAOSIM - LAO TZU: TAO: THE THREE TREASURES, VOL. 3

Talks on Fragments from Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching, Talks given from 11/08/75 am to 20/08/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho's commentary on the timeless verses of Lao Tzu is set in poetic format, as are his responses to questions from disciples and other seekers. Questions include: Isn't the search for enlightenment selfish? How much patience is needed? Is there really nothing we can do? Do all beings eventually find their way to enlightenment? What is the difference between innocence and ignorance?

 

OSHO BOOK: TAOSIM - LAO TZU: TAO: THE THREE TREASURES, VOL. 4

Talks on Fragments from Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching, Talks given from 21/08/75 am to 31/08/75 am, English Discourse series, 9 Chapters.

Introduction : Lao Tzu speaks of his "three treasures": Love... Never too much... Never be the first in the world. Osho uses this exquisite text to deliver some of his most potent words on love - not as an emotion but as the subtlest form of energy, the substratum of all energy and the essence of life itself. He also speaks on love in relation to sex, fear, the family, science, art and prayer; the mind as a biocomputer; the difficulty of comprehending the simple; and the problem of identification with the body. A treasure trove of Osho's wisdom.

 

OSHO BOOK: CHRISTIANITY - ST. DIONYSIUS: THEOLOGIA MYSTICA

Discourses on the Treatise of St. Dionysius, Talks given from 11/08/80 am to 25/08/80 am, English Discourse series, 15 Chapters, Year published : 1987.

Introduction : Osho says of these letters by Dionysius, first bishop of Athens, to his disciple Timothy: "His whole book is written with a disguise, as if it is a treatise on theology; mysticism is just somewhere by the side, secondary, not primary. Hence the name Theologica Mystica—as if mysticism is only a consequence of getting deep into the world of theology. Just the reverse is the case."

 

OSHO BOOK: HASSIDISM: THE TRUE SAGE

Talks on Hassidism, Talks given from 11/10/75 am to 20/10/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year Published : 1976.

Introduction : Ten discourses on Hasidism, in which Osho responds to a story from The Tales of Hasidism by Matin Buber, and to questions submitted by disciples and seekers. This book is a mixture of light-hearted stories and the penetrating understanding of a true sage. Like the Hassids, Osho's own emphasis is on playfulness and celebration : "Judaism has produced one of the most essential lines of mystics, the Hassids... It is one of the most beautiful ways to find oneself and to find the reality of existence."

 

OSHO BOOK: ATMA POOJA UPANISHAD: THE ULTIMATE ALCHEMY, VOL. 1

Talks on the Atma Pooja Upanishad, Talks given from 15/02/72 pm to 06/06/72 pm, English Discourse series, 18 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho observes that this Upanishad is one of the most beautiful and also one of the most neglected. He also points out that commentators usually are either on the path of love or the path of knowledge. But the commentator on this particular Upanishad is unique in being neither. Osho is perh' the first person to discuss these sutras in such a way that the reader can feel a sense of oneness beyond the apparent contradictions. He talks on philosophy as a bridge between science and religion, different dimensions of listening, the role of doubt, the way to know whether one has transcended sex, the difference between projections and authentic feelings, and much more. He also explains how his words are a response to, not a commentary on these sutras.

 

OSHO BOOK: ATMA POOJA UPANISHAD: THE ULTIMATE ALCHEMY, VOL. 2

Talks on the Atma Pooja Upanishad, Talks given from 01/07/72 pm to 09/08/72 pm, English Discourse series, 18 Chapters.

Introduction : Contained in this volume are many alchemical secrets—secrets of "the ultimate alchemy," the alchemy of purifying man's gross nature into the pure gold of cosmic consciousness. Many meditation techniques are shown along the way, many efforts to make us aware of our unconscious condition, the source of all our dis-ease.

 

OSHO BOOK: VEDANTA - AKSHYA UPANISHAD: VEDANTA: SEVEN STEPS TO SAMADHI

Talks on the Akshya Upanishad, Talks given from 11/01/74 pm to 19/01/74 pm, English Discourse series, 17 Chapters, Year Published : 1976.

Introduction : These seven steps to enlightenment are keys of wisdom, step-by-step instructions handed down from the unnamed ancient seers. In this series of nine discourses Osho discusses these timeless sutras from the Akshya Upanishad, transforming their archaic language into the language and context of the 20th-century seeker.

 

OSHO BOOK: TAOISM - CHUANG TZU: WHEN THE SHOE FITS

Talks on the Stories of Chuang Tzu, Talks given from 11/10/74 am to 20/10/74 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year Published : 1978.

Introduction : Osho is unique amongst commentators in that he does not offer yet another intellectual treatise on principles, but rather relates the situations of a few thousand years ago to our situation here and now. His great affinity with Chuang Tzu is obvious as he talks on Zen as a religious system only in so far as it is a practical means by which we may understand the conditionings of the mind, and in so doing, transcend. And then the shoe will always fit!

 

OSHO BOOK: SUFISM: THE WISDOM OF THE SANDS, VOL. 1

Discourses on Sufism, Talks given from 21/02/78 am to 01/03/78 am, English Discourse series, 9 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho indicates the significance of this series of discourses on Sufism by saying that it has no explanation for existence, rather, it is a way into the mysteries of existence. Hence, the stories that he comments on in this volume do not carry a philosophical message, but are a gesture towards a world beyond philosophy.

 

OSHO BOOK: SUFISM: THE WISDOM OF THE SANDS, VOL. 2

Discourses on Sufism, Talks given from 02/03/78 am to 10/03/78 am, English Discourse series, 9 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho describes one of the stories within this collection of his commentaries on Sufi stories as belonging to the "very foundation of religious consciousness." Deceptively simple, these tales have a deeper, underlying significance, as Osho makes manifest. They are not for those who want entertainment, but for those who seek illumination.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 1

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 25/12/73 pm to 10/05/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho is saying that all the techniques of Yoga have really one focus: how to use the mind. Rightly used it becomes no- mind and you are absolutely silent; wrongly, it becomes so divided you go insane. Through the sutras of Patanjali, Osho leads the reader step by step toward an understanding of the mind - that it is not something different from the body, and how to use it as an instrument.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 2

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 01/01/75 am to 10/01/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho says, "Patanjali is our future, 5000 tears old." And when he comments on Patanjali's sutras - about the two kinds of samadhi, succeeding through total effort and surrender, meditating on the AUM mantra, disease and anguish, breath and inner light, we see the true significance of Patanjali to the here and now.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 3

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 01/03/75 am to 10/03/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho brings a juiciness to the aridity of Patanjali's language, turning it into a fascinating garden of exploration. Patanjali says, "When the activity of the mind is under control..." Osho says, "The mind is a process...doesn't exist, only thoughts, thoughts moving so fast that you think and feel that something exists there in continuity. One thought comes, another thought comes another, and they go on and on. The gap between them is so small that you cannot see the gap between one thought and another. So two thoughts become joined, they become a continuity. Because of that continuity you think there is a mind." Osho brings a simple but intriguing view to these sutras about knowledge and reasoning, samadhi, samadhi with and without contemplation, subtle objects of meditation and subtle energies. He has the knack of removing the dust and tarnish of the passage of time to make these sutras irresistible and vital reading.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 4

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 21/04/75 am to 30/04/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho dissects the cause of misery -- our clinging to life and fear of death, egoism, attraction and repulsion...our lack of awareness. At the outset he puts the situation straight, that the austerity Patanjali is talking about has nothing to do with torturing the body: "Life is more if you are sensitive; life is less if you are less sensitive." Osho as always has the vision and understanding to bring everything, even the seemingly most complex to its simplest: "To me life in its totality is good. And when you understand life in its totality, only then can you celebrate... Celebration is my attitude, unconditional to what life brings."

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 5

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 01/07/75 am to 10/07/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho presents the eight steps of Yoga: self-restraint, fixed observation, posture, breath regulation, abstraction, concentration, contemplation and trance. With complete understanding and compassion he speaks on what meditative techniques are best for different types of people. There is no right or wrong only the individual and his choice for that works best.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 6

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 01/09/75 am to 10/09/75 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho discusses modern scientific research on four states of consciousness : alpha, beta, theta and delta; and continues to expand on the significance of the eight steps of Yoga. Patanjali's whole art is of how to attain to the state where you can die willingly, with no resistance. These precious sutras are a preparation, a preparation to die and a preparation to a greater life, and you can use this book and Patanjali's methodology to touch these very depths.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 7

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 01/01/76 am to 10/01/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho shows how three methods -- concentration, uninterrupted flow of consciousness and oneness -- bring about an inner balance when subject and object disappear. He defines Yoga as an attitude toward life not concerned with metaphysics but with questions close to the seeker's heart.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 8

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 11/04/76 am to 20/04/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho introduces Patanjali's sutras as scientific methods to commit suicide—that is, real suicide, the death of the ego as a pretender. He describes subtle obstacles that can arise when going within and encourages the reader to understand that these are only tricks, sabotage—that the only way to reach the goal is to search deeply within.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 9

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 21/04/76 am to 30/04/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho speaks of Patanjali's system of preparation for enlightenment as empirical, a tool to work with. He talks on mastery over the five bodies of the human personality—the food body, energy body, mental body, intuitive body and the bliss body; cognition; non-attachment; and liberation.

 

OSHO BOOK: YOGA: THE ALPHA AND THE OMEGA, VOL. 10

Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Talks given from 01/05/76 am to 10/05/76 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters.

Introduction : Osho talks at length on the mind and how it functions. He speaks of desirelessness, enlightenment and pure consciousness. But what is the art of liberation? "Nothing but the art of de-hypnosis," says Osho, " -- how to drop this state of mind; how to become unconditioned; how to look at reality without any idea creating a barrier between you and the real; how to simply see without any desires in the eyes; how simply to be without any motivation. That's all yoga is about. Then suddenly that which is inside you, and has always been inside you from the very beginning, is revealed."

 

OSHO BOOK: ZARATHUSTRA: A GOD THAT CAN DANCE

Commentaries on Friedrich Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Talks given from 26/03/87 pm to 07/04/87 pm, English Discourse series, 23 Chapters, Year Published : 1987.

Introduction : In the world's first line-by-line commentary on Friedrich Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Osho unravels the mystery of man's three metamorphoses—from camel to lion to child. He sets the record straight about the meaning of Nietzsche's concept of superman and shows how we ourselves can become that man.

 

OSHO BOOK: ZARATHUSTRA: THE LAUGHING PROPHET

Commentaries on Friedrich Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Talks given from 08/04/87 am to 19/04/87 am, English Discourse series, 23 Chapters, Year Published : 1987.

Introduction : Osho uses Nietzsche's diatribe against man's beliefs in his own impotence as a medium to clarify the true nature of the superman—Nietzsche's concept that was so tragically perverted by Adolf Hitler. He unveils the superman as a man inalienably connected to the cosmos, as a mystic and an innocent, cleansed of the need for conquest. He also discusses Nietzsche's concept of will-to-power, revealing how it can integrate man and lead him towards creativity.

 

 

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