ZEN IS JUST ZEN. There is nothing comparable to it. It is unique — unique in the sense that it is the most ordinary and yet the most extraordinary phenomenon that has happened to human consciousness. It is the most ordinary because it does not believe in knowledge, it does not believe in mind. It is not a philosophy, not a religion either. It is the acceptance of the ordinary existence with a total heart, with one’s total being, not desiring some other world, supra-mundane, supra-mental. It has no interest in any esoteric nonsense, no interest in metaphysics at all. It does not hanker for the other shore; this shore is more than enough. Its acceptance of this shore is so tremendous that through that very acceptance it transforms this shore — and this very shore becomes the other shore:
In this series Osho takes us deeply into the mysteries of the inner world. He explains that the existence of the mind is peripheral and can only exist on the circumference of our consciousness. It is a fine instrument for outside inquiry, but inhibits the internal search. In those moments when we enter our being, it disappears. This is meditation.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – The way of the birds
Chapter 2 – Tearing down, breaking up
Chapter 3 – Don’t wobble
Chapter 4 – Such a moon
Chapter 5 – A very dangerous place
Chapter 6 – In this rackety town
Chapter 7 – Fences, walls and broken tiles
Chapter 8 – Like the tongue of a dead man
Chapter 9 – No words, no mind, and you are in
Chapter 10 – Be at the center
Chapter 11 – Dhyana has no gate
Chapter 12 – Hidden behind these reflecting eyes
Chapter 13 – The price of rice in Joshu
Chapter 14 – Kwatz!
Chapter 15 – The house where nobody lives
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.
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ECSTASY IS A LANGUAGE that man has completely forgotten. He has been forced to forget it; he has been compelled to forget it. The society is against it, the civilization is against it. The society has a tremendous investment in misery. It depends on misery, it feeds on misery, it survives on misery. The society is not for human beings. The society is using human beings as a means for itself. The society has become more important than humanity. The culture, the civilization, the church, they all have become more important. They were meant to be for man, but now they are not for man. They have almost reversed the whole process; now man exists for them.
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.”
Autobiography of a Jnani
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A new book is available for download. It is the complete edited dialogues between Ed Muzika and Rajiv Kapur regarding the various states Rajiv experienced during meditation on the “I Am” sense. It is a complete introduction to the most effective means to attaining awakening through meditation on the “I Am”.
This book has explained the simple Advaita meditation of finding and abiding in the I as this text sets forth, along with the dialogues which talk about Rajiv’s meditation and waking-state experiences on the way to awakening. This books sets forth a complete map, including pointing out pitfalls to be avoided. In this book, the experience of Turiya is clearly described, also known as the waking sleep.
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Zen : The Special Transmission
Osho describes the time of Zen as an era when simplicity of life was a cultural reality. Today, humanity is caught up in the mad complexity of the mind, and as never before, there is an urgent need to rediscover simplicity and innocence. He brings to life the inherent and timeless wisdom of traditional Zen stories. In alternate discourses anything goes in a question-and-response game between Osho and seekers as they pose questions such as: Can a woman really drive a man crazy? Why are you called’the sex guru’? I don’t see any purpose in meditation…?
Osho devotes this series of discourses entirely to responding to seekers’ questions on a whole range of topics innocence, freedom, love, sex, compassion and women. He also expounds on his vision of India, and his personal “philousia” life, love and laughter. While these discourses were being delivered, one of Osho’s most-loved disciples died. Osho speaks on the life and death of his disciple Swami Anand Vimalkirti, formerly Prince Welf of Hannover, who attained enlightenment at the moment of his death. The book includes many magnificent color photographs of Vimalkirti’s death celebration.
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Zen : Zest, Zip, Zap and Zing
About A Sudden Clash of Thunder
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Talks on Zen Stories
According to Osho, laughter is “the very essence of Zen.” And while the theme of these talks is that meditation – watching, remaining alert and aware – is the path to self-realization, Osho encourages us first to “be happy and meditation will follow.” Through Zen stories, jokes and answers to questions, Osho highlights our conditioning – our learned, social, cultural behavior and beliefs – as the barrier to our natural state of happiness.
Wielding his words like a humorous compassionate Zen stick, Osho shows us how we can begin to recognize our conditioning and see that it is not the same as our authentic self. “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.” Read more
Sex matters to us all. The Osho approach to sex begins with an understanding of how important love is in our lives, while at the same time acknowledges that the journey into love cannot exclude our innate biological energies. With this perspective, it becomes clear that the tendency for religions, and for society in general, to associate sex with sin and morality has been a great misfortune.
Sex Matters begins by deconstructing the layers of sexual repression that the condemnation of sex has inflicted on human. Throughout Sex Matters – in response to questions about everything from jealousy to premature ejaculation, the role of intimacy and the differences between men and women – Osho proposes a vision that embraces sex as a fundamental gift from nature. We learn how orgasm offers a glimpse of timelessness, thoughtlessness, and pure awareness — biology’s way of pointing toward the consciousness that helps us to understand ourselves.
Finally, we are presented with a clear choice: a repressed sexuality that leads to pornography, perversion, and a stunted humanity or a playful, respectful, and relaxed innocence that supports us in becoming fulfilled and whole, as nature intended.
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When life seems to be full of doubt and uncertainty we tend to look for a source of inspiration: what will happen in the future? What about my health, the children? What will happen if I make this decision and not that one? This is how the traditional tarot is often used, to satisfy a longing to know about the past and future. This Osho Zen Tarot focuses instead on gaining an understanding of the here and now. It is a system based on the wisdom of Zen, a wisdom that says events in the outer world simply reflect in the outer world simply reflect our own thoughts and feelings, even though we ourselves might be unclear about what those thoughts and feelings are. So it helps us to turn our attention away from outside events so we can find a new clarity of understanding in our innermost hearts. The conditions and states of mind portrayed by the contemporary images on the cards are all shown as being essentially transitional and transformative. The text in the accompanying book helps to interpret and understand the images in the simple, straightforward and down to earth language of Zen.