list of books by osho...
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Seeds of Wisdom
The Perfect Way
The Path of Meditation
Revolution in Education
The Eternal Quest
A Gathering of Friends
The Inner Journey
From Sex to Super consciousness
And Now and Here
The Long, the Short and the All
The Beginning of the Beginning In Search of the Miraculous
Krishna: The Man and His Philosophy The Psychology of the Esoteric
The Great Challenge
The Playful Knack of Meditation
Meditation: The Art of Ecstasy
Inner War and Peace
Dimensions Beyond the Known
The Heartbeat of the Absolute
I Am the Gate
Description by order spoken A collection of 365 letters written by Osho to his friends, during the time he was travelling in India from the 1950’s through the early 1970’s. A collection of 120 letters written by Osho. Intimate, simple, and laced with personal anecdotes and insights. A rare book of meditation in which Osho calls himself a -dream breaker.His method of dream breaking includes a meticulous guided tour through the maze of our own minds, toward a zone of silence. These talks are transcriptions of a meditation program led by Osho in the beautiful hills of Mahabaleshwar. It is a must-read for both the new and the experienced meditator. Speaking of a crippled humanity, Osho points to education as a cause, saying how in the name of education man has been cut off from nature An introduction to Osho’s vision for those whose material needs are fulfilled, and who are now aching to discover something beyond learning the knack of social and psychological adjustment. -So, even towards me this gathering of friends should not show any special reverence. Towards me too, there should be a rational approach and an intelligent approach.- Osho The Inner Journey is a precise manual for tuning the body, mind, heart and hara to an inner balance and harmony to prepare ourselves for the experience of meditation. Osho speaks on the need and the way to understand sex in its deepest sense, thereby transforming it. The life energy that flows into sex is the same life energy that becomes super consciousness, enlightenment. Osho debunks our myths and misunderstandings around death and invites us to experience our eternal inner space - now and here - through guided meditations. A collection of excerpts from early talks and letters in which Osho addresses subjects basic to us all, such as truth, religion, thought, happiness and love. Five talks given by Osho at an early meditation camp. This is an unusual and fascinating read for anyone who is interested in the practical application of the esoteric aspects of mysticism, and the science of human energy as it is understood in the East. The Indian mystic Krishna lived many centuries ago, yet Osho sees in him a man far ahead of his time. Osho begins where Western psychology ends. Beyond Freud and Jung, beyond the Human Potential Movement, to the psychology of enlightenment and Buddhahood This introduction to Osho’s work includes the secret aspects of spiritual traditions as well as talks on death, reincarnation and the scientific foundation of his revolutionary technique, Dynamic Meditation In this talk Osho explains that meditation and medicine are two poles of one science, but their connecting links are, as yet, missing. Osho answers fundamental questions about meditation and gives a detailed description of each stage of his most revolutionary meditation technique, the OSHO Dynamic Meditation. Opening boundless new dimensions to the meaning and significance of the word yoga, Osho illuminates its vast scope and takes us way beyond what may well be our limited and limiting understanding of it. Commenting on the first cantos of the Bhagavad Gita, Osho exposes the roots of our contemporary personal and global problems and proposes his timeless solution. In this series of five question and answer-based talks, Osho talks in depth on many mysteries, including: what happens after death, reincarnation, and the esoteric roots of religious experience Sutras from the ancient Sanskrit scriptures - the Ishavasya Upanishad - are transmuted into stunning insights that can open the reader’s eyes to his own inner reality. This is the book where Osho talks about himself - not as a man, not even as a mystic, but as a manifestation of existence itself. Osho explains how the significance of temples, statues, places of pilgrimage, incense, mantras and astrology, have all been debased or lost over thousands of years.
The Way Beyond Any Way
Osho speaks on a jewel of Eastern mysticism, the Savasar Upanishad, one of the ancient texts of the rishis - the seers of India. Speaking on the Atma Pooja Upanishad, Osho responds to it in a way that helps present day seekers find the truth within. Talks on the Kaivalya Upanishad given at a meditation camp at Mt. Abu, India Osho reveals many alchemical secrets of the “ultimate” alchemy the refinement of man’s baser nature into the pure gold of cosmic consciousness. Inspired by the 4000-year-old Vigyan Bhairav Tantra, The Book of Secrets invites us to experience and experiment with the tools of our senses in everyday life Talks on the Adhyatma Upanishad given at a meditation camp at Mount Abu, Rajasthan. Osho provides a step-by-step approach on how to find our inner voice.
The Ultimate Alchemy, Vol. 1
Flight of the Alone to the Alone
The Ultimate Alchemy, Vol. 2
The Book of Secrets
Finger Pointing to the Moon
The Voice of Silence
The New Alchemy: To Turn You On A practical, detailed guide for those exploring meditation. Osho explains the steps and pitfalls along the way directly, simply and playfully.
The Supreme Doctrine
The Message Beyond Words
The Path of Yoga
Vedanta: Seven Steps to Samadhi
My Way: The Way of the White Clouds
The questions and answers that comprise this book have been selected by Osho to introduce his work to those looking for a new way of life.
Nowhere To Go But In
Osho guides people away from asking superficial “religious” and intellectual questions to opening up and exposing themselves in real questions.
A Bird on the Wing
The Empty Boat
Using Zen stories and responding to questions, Osho shows how man must first be grounded in himself before he can fly into the sky of consciousness Through the stories of the Chinese mystic Chuang Tzu, Osho revitalizes the 3000-year-old Taoist message of self-realization.
No Water, No Moon
The Mustard Seed When the Shoe Fits
The Book of Nothing: Hsin Hsin Ming
And the Flowers Showered
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The True Name, Vol. 1 The True Name, Vol. 2 Returning to the Source
The Hidden Harmony
Yoga: The Science of the Soul
The Great Secret
Tantra: The Supreme Understanding
The Supreme Doctrine deals in depth with many aspects of meditation - of how to move intensely and totally into this experience spoken of by the seers in the Ken Upanishad. The Kathopanishad is the ancient Indian scripture that has been used much like the Tibetan Bardo, to help the dying on their way. Yoga is the science of being in the here and now. In these talks on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Osho shows us how to move toward this state where “simply looking while the mind flows, a time comes when by itself, of itself, the mind stops.” These talks were given by Osho during a nine day meditation retreat in India, to hundreds of seekers who had gathered to hear about and experience his revolutionary new meditation techniques.
Brimming with absurdities and humor, Osho is guaranteed to shake, shock and delight with these talks based on Zen stories Osho takes these sayings out of their narrower Christian context Ten stories from the life of Chuang Tzu serve as starting points for Osho as he explores the -easy is right- approach of Tao. A masterful and eminently readable introduction to the unique wisdom of Zen, especially its profound understanding of the mind and its functioning. Commenting on eleven Zen anecdotes, Osho explores a diverse range of issues encountered by man as moves on the spiritual search. Talks on the Japugi-Saheb of Guru Nanak Dev Talks on the Japugi-Saheb of Guru Nanak Dev This book is a glorious mixture of no-nonsense Zen and sublime poetic mystery If Heraclitus had been born in India rather than Greece, says Osho, he would have been recognized not simply as a philosopher but as a buddha, a mystic. Osho explains the meanings of some of the most important yoga sutras of Patanjali, an early “scientist of the soul.” Osho talks on ten of Kabir’s incomparable songs that revolve around -the beloved- - an expression for the state of enlightenment. The ultimate may not be expressible, but whatsoever can be said is included here within the tantric vision of Osho and Tilopa.
The Grass Grows By Itself
Yoga: The Mystery Beyond Mind
Journey to the Heart
The Alchemy of Yoga
Just Like That
Yoga: A New Direction
The Essence of Yoga
Showering without Clouds
The True Sage
Come Follow to You, Vol. 1
Come Follow to You, Vol. 2
The Song of Ecstasy
Hammer on the Rock
Come Follow to You, Vol. 3
Come Follow to You, Vol. 4
Yoga: The Science of Living
Above All, Don’t Wobble
Nirvana: The Last Nightmare
Ancient Music in the Pines
Osho discusses how Zen came into being and describes the remarkable people who spread it across the Asian continent. Although Patanjali’s sutras are more than two thousand years old, Osho brings them right up to date in these talks, revealing the innate wisdom they carry for humanity, that reaches beyond time Osho entices us to the unknown, the Ultimate. This journey is the greatest adventure open to man. In these talks on the sutras of Patanjali, Osho guides us into the world of Yoga of naturalness and sensitivity that reaches far beyond the body, through our body and our way of daily living. With humor and sensitivity Osho brings traditional Sufi stories into the 21st Century, revealing their hidden dimensions and adding his own. Tao is, as is Osho, the way of wholeness: not dividing anything, not denying anything - he remains choiceless. In his Tao Te Ching , Lao Tzu wrote essential truths on the natural way to live. Osho highlights the paradoxical nature of these truths, pointing out that living the paradox is the whole process of meditation. Osho presents the eight steps of Yoga: self-restraint, fixed observation, posture, breath regulation, abstraction, concentration, contemplation and trance. “Lao Tzu moved into life, watched silently, observed and saw many things many things - but the base of them all is that everything is moving to its opposite.” The greatest miracle in life is love, and it is the greatest mystery also; greater than life itself, because love is the very essence for which life exists. Osho presents Patanjali for the 21st century, saying that this two thousand year- old science of yoga is so perfect and complete that it cannot be improved. Osho talks on Sahajo, an enlightened woman from eighteenth-century Rajasthan, about what it means to be a woman and a seeker. Osho speaks on classic Hasidic stories compiled by the Jewish philosopher, Martin Buber Osho makes a clear distinction between the rebel called Jesus Christ and the religion that followed after him - Christianity. Osho resurrects the essential core of Jesus’ message - a religiousness which embraces silence, celebration and a moment-to-moment appreciation of life and existence. Osho speaks on Adi Shankaracharya, the enlightened mystic of eighthcentury India, a formidable scholar who can sing his song of ecstasy and dance his joy in life. This is a diary of intimate meetings between people of all ages and from all walks of life with a modern buddha, Osho. The issues: sex, work, relationships, death and meditation. 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 Osho’s understanding Jesus has been killed twice - once by the Jews and again by the Christians who have smothered his insights with interpretations that have little to do with his teachings. Osho shows how three methods - concentration, uninterrupted flow of consciousness and oneness - bring about an inner balance when subject and object disappear. These recorded Evening Meetings give the phenomenon of enlightenment a contemporary, personal focus. One by one, visitors sit in front of Osho to receive his individualized advice on their questions and life experiences Why does Osho say that nirvana, enlightenment, is a nightmare and not only a nightmare but the last nightmare? Zen is the way of the spontaneous - the effortless effort, the way of intuition. A Zen Master, Ikkyu, has said: “I can see clouds a thousand miles away, hear ancient music in the pines.” This is what Zen is all about.
Secrets of Yoga
Yoga: The Path to Liberation
Yoga: The Supreme Science
Dang Dang Doko Dang
The Beloved, Vol.1
The Beloved, Vol.2
A Sudden Clash of Thunder
The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol. 1 The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol. 2
Osho talks on the ten paintings that tell the famous Zen story of a farmer in search of his lost bull, providing an allegorical expression of the search for enlightenment. Introducing Patanjali’s sutras as scientific methods for allowing all that is not essential within us to die - that is, to die as a false entity of the ego Osho speaks of Patanjali’s system of preparation for enlightenment as empirical, a tool to work with. Speaking on a selection of yoga sutras of Patanjali, Osho reveals the vast and deep insight of this ancient science into man’s inner world. .In these commentaries on Zen stories and answers to questions on mind and heart, body and being, Osho focuses again and again on awareness. Osho introduces the wild, dancing, sane-crazy world of the Bauls, the mystics of Bengal in these series of talks based on their songs. Ten talks based on the natural, magical wisdom inherent in the songs of these delicious madmen, mystics, fools and poets, the Bauls of Bengal. While the theme of these talks is meditation - watching, and remaining alert and aware - Osho encourages us first to “be happy and meditation will follow”. This series of talks on Gautam Buddha’s 42 sutras gives a detailed description and map of the inner search. Osho analyzes the twenty potential obstacles on the spiritual path as outlined by Gautam Buddha, and offers ways to go beyond them.
Enlightenment: The Only Revolution
Powerful and penetrating talks on the famous dialogue between the mystic Ashtavakra - one of Osho’s favorite ancient Indian masters - and King Janak. Osho speaks on classic Hasidic stories compiled by the Jewish philosopher, Martin Buber - a great tradition of laughing saints and wonderful tales.
The Art of Dying
The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol. 3
In this third volume, Osho talks on Buddha’s no-religion religion - a unique and mature message that is uncompromising in its insistence on awareness as the basis of spiritual evolution
The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol. 4
Ecstasy: The Forgotten Language
The Path of Love
The Divine Melody
Tao: The Pathless Path, Vol. 1
Tao: The Pathless Path, Vol. 2
The Last Morning Star
The First Principle
The Tantra Experience
Zen: The Path of Paradox, Vol. 1
In this fourth and final volume, Osho expands on Buddha’s way. A scientific guide to the inner reality and an essential reader for every seeker. The words of Kabir - a mystic, a weaver, and a poet who can touch the earth and catch the stars with his transcendent verses - are the starting point for these inspiring talks on how to live our lives to their utmost potential. The exquisite songs of the fifteenth century mystic and poet Kabir are explored through Osho’s insight, vision, and understanding of the eternal in man. In this series of ten talks Osho discusses some of the most beautiful songs of Kabir. In these talks on The Book of Lieh Tzu, Osho brings a fresh and contemporary interpretation to the ancient wisdom of Tao. Osho calls Tao “the pathless path” because he says it has a different quality - the quality of freedom, anarchy and chaos. Talking on the playful and provocative poetry of Daya, Osho takes us on a journey from the transient, from our world outside, to the eternal, our boundless world within. Osho captures the unique, colorful, seemingly crazy spirit of Zen, through talks on a collection of Zen stories. 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 these talks on Saraha’s Royal Song, we are given a detailed map of In this second volume of Osho’s talks on Saraha’s Royal Song, Osho explains the goal of Tantra. He describes the Tantra map of inner consciousness, including the four seals or locks that open in us as we move higher in meditation. Day and night, summer and winter, life and death.nature itself is a paradox and Zen is simply a mirror reflection of life.
100 Zen: The Path of Paradox, Vol. 2 101 Zen: The Path of Paradox, Vol. 3 102 Sufis: The People of the Path, Vol. 1
103 Sufis: The People of the Path, Vol. 2
104 The Heart Sutra 105 I Say Unto You, Vol. 1 106 I Say Unto You, Vol. 2 107 This Very Body the Buddha 108 The Diamond Sutra 109 Walk without Feet, Fly without Wings and Think without Mind
110 The Revolution 111 The Wisdom of the Sands, Vol. 1 112 The Wisdom of the Sands, Vol. 2 113 The Sun Rises in the Evening 114 The Perfect Master, Vol. 1 115 The Perfect Master, Vol. 2 116 The Secret of Secrets 117 Die O Yogi Die
118 The Secret 119 Unio Mystica, Vol. 1 120 Unio Mystica, Vol. 2
121 Philosophia Perennis, Vol. 1
122 Philosophia Perennis, Vol. 2 123 The Book of Wisdom
This book is brimming with Zen anecdotes showing life’s paradoxical nature and that if you look around you will find contradiction everywhere. Life, in every dimension, is paradoxical. So religion has to be paradoxical. Jokes - paradox - parables - wisdom - absurdity - all to shake the reader out of his intellect and into the innocence of the mystic. Osho takes some beautiful traditional Sufi stories and uses them as tools to chip away at the obsolete and blind belief systems in which modern man is ensnared. Osho speaks on awareness and enlightenment, trust and the heart and encourages us all to reclaim the buddha within ourselves Casting aside age-old preconceptions, Osho reveals the real magic and miracles of Jesus. Osho talks on the beauty and wisdom of Jesus’ sayings. Osho comments on these verses that comprise the song of the 17thcentury mystic, Hakuin. Osho, a contemporary Buddha, speaks on The Diamond Sutra of Gautam Buddha, bringing his most powerful words to life and illuminating the urgent message contained within them A series of personal questions from seekers touching a wide variety of fundamental life issues, and an enlightened being’s profound, loving and, at times, humorous responses to them. A fiery book alive with Osho’s love for Kabir and for the only revolution that counts: enlightenment. Osho invites us to explore the world of the Sufis, in which we discover the meaning of trust, the wisdom of the heart, and so much more.. In this collection of talks on Sufi stories, Osho takes us to the very foundation of what it means to be conscious. These commentaries on sutras, alternating with answers to questions, are richly laced with stories and anecdotes about Krishnamurti, Plato, Socrates, Hubert Benoit, etc... In these profound and captivating talks on traditional Sufi stories, and responses to seeker’s questions, Osho takes the reader to the heart of some fundamental questions. This volume, comprising Osho’s commentary on Sufi stories and responses to questions, is a must for everyone in search of their own inner master. Osho speaks on the magical sutras of Master Lu-tsu, which he describes as .”a flowering of the Taoist approach to life and existence-. Gorakh is one of the four people whom Osho calls “the foundation stones of Indian mysticism.” This book is about the death of the ego, about practical steps to live a full and aware life without being run over by it. Osho uses a selection of delightful, ancient stories to impart the essence of authentic love A series on the twelfth century Persian court poet, Sanai’s Hadiqa, about which Osho says: -Such books are not written, they are born. These words are saturated with satori.Speaking on Hakim Sanai’s verses, Osho presents his views on war and the political mind. He offers a fresh outlook, a blueprint for cutting the roots of the destructive political mind of man, and creating a human being who can celebrate life. As well as being a famous mathematician, Pythagoras also traveled extensively in search of truth, learning from many mystery schools. Had he been listened to, says Osho, the history of the western world would have been totally different. Osho expounds on the idea of the East and West as representative of the brain’s two hemispheres, and on the two Pythagorean laws - of necessity and power. Talks on the early Buddhist mystic Atisha, and his simple instructions for awareness.
124 The Fish in the Sea Is Not Thirsty
Commenting on the songs of Kabir, Osho takes the reader to the very core of the human dilemma, to the simple cause of man’s misery - that he thinks that he is separate from existence.
125 The Guest
This series of talks is based on Kabir’s penetrating, beautiful songs. There is only one thing in the world that satisfies, says Kabir, and that is the meeting with yourself. Osho comments on the essence of Buddha’s teachings and answers related questions These talks reveal the essential and profound truth of Buddha’s teachings, challenging us to step beyond the habitual way we live our lives, to step into a life of awareness. Osho shines a light on Buddha’s continual emphasis on freedom. This volume illuminates how a genuine search needs, not a mind filled with knowledge, but a totally open approach: inquiry, not belief. Osho guides the reader into understanding the meaning of Buddha's words, revealing these telegraphic sutras as invaluable, simple instructions for life. In this series of question and answers, Osho talks on the death of his own father and on subjects as diverse as science and meditation, personality and essence, homosexuality, witnessing, salvation and silence.
126 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha, Vol. 1
127 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha, Vol. 2
128 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha, Vol. 3
129 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha, Vol. 4
130 Be Still and Know
131 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Osho speaks on the magical sutras of The Dhammapada - declaring Buddha, Vol. 5
Buddha as the greatest breakthrough that humanity has known.
132 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Osho makes it clear that Buddha’s sutras describe a way of joy: Buddha, Vol. 6
133 The White Lotus
living in peace, enjoying everything that the world makes available, yet clinging to nothing. Bodhidharma was the first patriarch of Zen. The notes collected by his disciples contain the essential core of Buddha’s message.
134 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Osho brings alive the possibility of awakening for every man as he Buddha, Vol. 7
explores the infinite depth of insight present in the sutras of The Dhammapada . 135 The Dhammapada: The Way of the In this volume of talks Osho begins by declaring the way of Gautam Buddha, Vol. 8 Buddha as the way of intelligence, understanding, awareness, and meditation - and that rebellion is its essential taste
136 Ah, This!
Through delightfully Zen anecdotes, Osho captures and conveys the spirit of Zen’s enigmatic understanding of life. 137 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Osho calls the incomparable Dhammapada sutras of Buddha, -the Buddha, Vol. 9 book of books 138 The Dhammapada: The Way of the Osho speaks on Buddha’s teachings, compiled by his disciples after Buddha, Vol. 10 he had died, in the amazing work called The Dhammapada .
139 Walking in Zen, Sitting in Zen 140 141 142 143
In this especially lighthearted series of talks Osho comments on the Zen master Yoko, and explains why meditation is not just a daily discipline but a life time love-affair. The Dhammapada: The Way of the The whole message of Buddha is to turn in, and Osho explores in Buddha, Vol. 11 these talks on why something so simple as going within ourselves feels like such an arduous task. The Dhammapada: The Way of the Osho invites the reader to tap into the infinite riches of living Buddha, Vol. 12 consciously through Gautam Buddha’s words. Tao: The Golden Gate, Vol. 1 Osho refers to these ancient discourses as the most profound insights into nature - not tenets of a doctrine or philosophical treatises but existential insights. Tao: The Golden Gate, Vol. 2 Osho illumines the sutras of the famous sixth century scholar and enlightened master, Ko Hsuan, bringing the dynamic path of Tao alive for contemporary man and answers seeker’s questions
144 Zen: The Special Transmission 145 Theologica Mystica 146 Guida Spirituale
This series of talks provides a wonderful, living introduction to the true phenomenon of Zen. These talks on the letters of Dionysius, to his disciple Timothy, bring to light the mystical depth hidden in the Western theological tradition. Delightful stories and anecdotes inspired by the Desiderata.
147 I Am That 148 Come, Come, Yet Again Come 149 Philosophia Ultima 150 Zen: Zest Zip Zap and Zing 151 The Wild Geese and the Water 152 The Goose Is Out 153 Interviews from the Silent Period 154 Glimpses of a Golden Childhood 155 Notes of a Madman 156 Books I Have Loved 157 From Unconsciousness to Consciousness
158 From Ignorance to Innocence 159 From Personality to Individuality 160 From Misery to Enlightenment
Talks on the Isa Upanishad. These sutras are amongst the most ancient wisdom available to mankind - transmitted from masters to their disciples twenty-five centuries before Buddha. Seekers from all over the world bring their questions to Osho and he responds with characteristic individualized attention, warmth and humor. These talks contain what to Osho is the most significant statement made anywhere on earth at any time, the whole secret of the mystic approach towards life. Osho responds to questions on love, freedom, morality, a woman’s role in society, nostalgia, a child’s right to privacy, the purpose of life, and more. In this volume of questions and answers Osho speaks about the art of meditation, to -be meditative, but be in the world.Osho penetrates the prejudices and beliefs we have gathered as our protection against the truth. Various excerpts from Osho’s three-and-a-half-year period of public silence. They include interviews and messages sent via his secretary. An all-time favorite volume in which Osho recalls his rebellious and mischievous childhood Talks given in the unlikely setting of Osho’s dental sessions. Osho speaks in a poetic way on anything that comes to him. It is a rare and intimate glimpse of enlightenment. Having read thousands of the world’s greatest books, Osho shares the fragrance of some of his most loved in these spontaneous and intimate talks. Osho ends three years of silence and begins an entirely new phase of his work. Sometimes shocking and always humorous, he exposes the lies to which society still so earnestly adheres. Through answers to a wide range of questions Osho brings his deep clarity, insight and humor to the fabric of organized religion, our society, our beings and much more. Answering a diverse array of questions, Osho talks about the similarities between madness and enlightenment, and the essential difference between the two. With complete clarity, and using examples, anecdotes and quotations which amaze the reader with their range, Osho expresses his vision for humanity.
161 From Darkness to Light
In this series of talks, Osho examines the ways in which the institutions of society have systematically crippled man’s authenticity and individuality.
162 From the False to the Truth
Powerful, convincing and exposingly hilarious, Osho confronts the religious leaders and government officials who eventually destroyed the commune in America. At Rancho Rajneesh, the commune in America, for the first time ever Osho grants interviews to the world media. Sensing the storm about to descend on his American commune, Osho responds to residents’ and visitors’ questions. The topics cover the whole spectrum of human concerns. At Rancho Rajneesh, the commune in America, for the first time ever Osho grants interviews to the world media. A deeply moving account of a rare and provocative experiment in human growth, these are Osho’s last discourses given in the USA. At Rancho Rajneesh, the commune in America, for the first time ever Osho grants interviews to the world media. These first talks after Osho’s departure from the USA provide a rare glimpse of Osho’s efforts to create a New Man - during the most uncertain times for his work and people. In response to questions from individuals and members of the press, Osho speaks on the essential and timeless path of meditation. This volume captures the fast pace of Osho’s six-week stay in Nepal. He answers questions from seekers in his hotel suite in the mornings and from the press every evening. In these talks, delivered in Greece, Osho revives the spirit of Zorba in a series of lively talks to his disciples and to visiting journalists. In this book, Osho shows us that the real meaning of taking responsibility is to go beyond the narrow confines of the mind - to move beyond our psychology and into consciousness.
163 The Last Testament, Vol. 1 164 From Death to Deathlessness 165 The Last Testament, Vol. 2 166 From Bondage to Freedom 167 The Last Testament, Vol. 3 168 Light on the Path 169 The Diamond Sword 170 The Sword and the Lotus 171 Socrates Poisoned Again After 25 Centuries
172 Beyond Psychology
173 The Path of the Mystic 174 The Transmission of the Lamp
Osho emphasizes the imperatives of individual freedom and of seeking and living the truth. In this series of talks, delivered in Uruguay, Osho answers over a hundred questions asked by the small group traveling with him on his world tour.
175 The Osho Upanishad
This book begins with the question, “Could you please explain the work of a mystery school?” And Osho goes on to describe the support such schools give to the seekers of truth, throughout time, the world over.
176 Beyond Enlightenment
These are talks by a man who has known enlightenment - and left it far behind. Osho explores the subject from the inside, revealing the inner workings of a mystic. Answering seeker’s questions Osho explores the theme of the individual’s responsibility in creating the world we live in. Osho examines Gibran’s poetic explorations of life - and goes further. He looks at whether Gibran is “a mystic of the highest order,” simply a poet “who speaks in words of gold” - or perhaps an extraordinary mixture of the two. Central to Osho’s vision of the New Man is what he calls -the rebellious spirit.This question and answer book tells how a master and his disciples move along a path together which is both dangerous and ecstatic. This path is the razor’s edge. Osho unfolds the basic search for childlike innocence in all its joy, playfulness, and fearlessness.a state of being which Osho describes as our hidden splendor.In the world’s first line-by-line commentary on Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spake Zarathustra , Osho unravels the mystery of man’s three metamorphoses - from camel to lion to child. Here Osho lifts Nietzsche beyond the blight of history, and restores his innocence, turning his great work into a feast of wisdom that we can all appreciate. The most comprehensive and explicit collection of talks available on Osho’s vision of the future. A comprehensive guide to Osho as a planetary visionary A many-faceted series of talks in which Osho dismantles a great variety of questions from seekers. Osho paints a portrait of Bodhidharma as an enlightened “mafia guy” with a personal history that reads like a spiritual Alice in Wonderland. 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 invitation and introduction to Osho’s vision through his responses to questions. Osho shows how the problems of everyday life can be used as tools for transformation. In this great book of questions and answers Osho reminds us that there is in reality nowhere to go! This talk was originally published in this title. It reveals the amazing details behind the demise of the Osho commune in America and Osho's persecution by the US government. An invitation by Osho to discover that the more comfortable we are with being ourselves, the easier it is to go beyond ourselves - to be able to relax, meditate, laugh at ourselves and enjoy our lives each and every moment. Osho emphasizes the treasures of the inner world, and the urgent need for the quantum leap from mind to being. This series of talks revolve around the theme of division - man’s being and its separation from his environment, his fellow-man and from himself. Responding to a wide variety of questions, Osho gives straight talk on touchy subjects, including an insightful look at complex global issues. OM represents the universal heartbeat. And shantih , the peace or silence that envelopes those who approach that heartbeat.
177 Sermons in Stones 178 Reflections on Khalil Gibran's The Prophet
179 The Rebellious Spirit 180 The Razor's Edge 181 The Hidden Splendor 182 Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance 183 Zarathustra: The Laughing Prophet 184 The Golden Future 185 The Rebel 186 The New Dawn 187 Bodhidharma: The Greatest Zen Master
188 The Great Zen Master Ta Hui 189 The Invitation 190 The Great Pilgrimage: From Here to Here
191 Jesus Crucified Again, This Time In Ronald Reagan's America
192 Satyam Shivam Sundaram: Truth Godliness Beauty
193 Sat-Chit-Anand: TruthConsciousness-Bliss
194 Om Mani Padme Hum: The Sound
of Silence, the Diamond in the Lotus 195 Hari Om Tat Sat: The Divine Sound - That Is the Truth
196 Om Shantih Shantih Shantih: The Soundless Sound, Peace Peace Peace 197 YAA-HOO! The Mystic Rose
This series will take you step by step on an enchanting journey of words, silence, laughter, tears and pictures as Osho creates the first of his revolutionary OSHO Meditative Therapies.
198 Live Zen
Osho leads us through the mysterious world of the ancient Zen masters. When illuminated by his words and silences, seemingly insoluble riddles become doorways to the mysteries of existence, to ourselves 199 This, This, A Thousand Times This: Through his commentaries on anecdotes about Zen masters Osho The Very Essence of Zen reiterates that Zen is not for the mass-mind but only for the individual who is unconcerned with the dictates of the status quo.
200 Zen: The Quantum Leap from Mind “This is what Zen calls a quantum leap: from mind to no-mind, from to No-Mind
201 Zen: The Solitary Bird 202 Zen: The Diamond Thunderbolt 203 Dogen, the Zen Master: A Search and a Fulfillment
204 The Miracle 205 Turning In 206 The Original Man 207 The Language of Existence 208 The Buddha: The Emptiness of the Heart
209 Ma Tzu: The Empty Mirror 210 Hyakujo: The Everest of Zen, with Basho's Haikus
211 Nansen: The Point of Departure 212 Joshu: The Lion's Roar 213 Rinzai: Master of the Irrational
reason to existence, from thinking to silence.” Osho Osho takes us deeply into the mysteries of the inner world and shows us the nature of the mind and its limitations when we are seeking consciousness. To experience the diamond thunderbolt is to be shocked out of one’s spiritual sleep. These talks are a thunderstorm! The running theme of Dogen’s message is the eternity of our consciousness, a consciousness with no limitations and that exists through all changes of form. Osho deciphers the great game Zen masters play with their disciples and elucidates the central message of Zen “nothingness”. In these eight talks, each of which is based on the sayings of a different enlightened Zen master, Osho gives detailed explanations of the Zen method of meditation, -turning in.These talks based on anecdotes about masters and their disciples aren’t about Zen, they are Zen. Nine talks based on anecdotes of famous and little-known Zen masters. In this particularly potent dose of Zen, Osho challenges the reader to know the -empty heart,- beyond thoughts, feelings and sentiment - the door to eternity that exists within everyone.
The unpredictable Ma Tzu brings fresh responses and devices to every situation, the empty mirror who simply reflects Hyakujo made two great contributions to Zen that served as landmarks of change within the Zen tradition: -sudden enlightenment- and Zen monasteries Based on the anecdotes of Zen master, Nansen, this series of talks conveys Osho’s love for this radical revolutionary master of the Zen tradition. Through these symbolic Zen dialogues and the existential language of haikus, Osho urges his reader not to be lukewarm, but singlepointed in the search for our authenticity. Capturing the unpredictable, dynamite essence of Zen, Osho speaks on Master Rinzai - who is truly a master of the irrational.
214 Isan: No Footprints in the Blue Sky Osho lures the inimitable Zen master Isan out of the obscurity of
thirteen hundred years and illuminates his teaching. Osho uses Kyozan’s life to make Zen as accessible to the contemporary seeker as preparing a cup of tea. Using anecdotes about Zen masters and their disciples, Osho 216 No-Mind: The Flowers of Eternity reveals the mystery of Zen as something to be savored rather than solved. 217 Zen: The Mystery and the Poetry of Through enigmatic Zen anecdotes and questions from seekers, the Beyond Osho exposes the narrow-mindedness of organized religions and sheds light on the ecological and social crises facing us today.
215 Kyozan: A True Man of Zen
218 One Seed Makes the Whole Earth Green 219 Yakusan: Straight to the Point of Enlightenment
220 Christianity: The Deadliest Poison and Zen: The Antidote to All Poisons
221 Communism and Zen Fire, Zen Wind
These talks pay homage to Zen’s reverence for life and its celebration of the everyday. A collection of five talks given on stories of the Zen master, Yakusan. Talks not so much -about- Zen, but instead a Zen look at the world around us. 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, and speaks on the profound truth available in Zen. Osho offers a unique reappraisal of Communism, bringing in the vision of Zen as the path to a living and authentic -spiritual Communism.-
222 God Is Dead: Now Zen Is the Only Living Truth
223 I Celebrate Myself: God Is No Where, Life Is Now Here
224 The Zen Manifesto: Freedom from Oneself
Osho puts the finishing touches to his portrait of Friedrich Nietzsche with answers to questions on the work, vision and madness of this controversial philosopher. In this powerful series of talks, Osho takes on all our assumptions and misconceptions that we live in a divided universe; creator and created, believer and belief, theist and atheist. Osho makes it clear that the West’s comprehension of Zen is still largely intellectual rather than recognizing the penetrating experiential truth that Zen points to - which extends far, far beyond the mind.