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The Last Testament, Vol 3
Interviews with the World Press, Talks given from 22/09/85 pm to 20/10/85 pm, English Discourse series, 30 Chapters
The Last Testament, Vol 3 Content : At Rancho Rajneesh, the commune in America, for the first time ever Osho grants interviews to the world media. Included are questions from Good Morning America, Der Spiegel, 60 Minutes (Australia), The Guardian (England), Panorama (Italy), Portland TV, the Seattle Post Intelligencer and others. In dynamic, often humorous and always intimate exchanges, Osho talks with reporters about why he chose to break his years of silence, his views on the Pope, how the world can save itself from global suicide, his being labeled the "free sex guru," AIDS and religion; why his people are perceived as having an inner peace, brainwashing, separation between Church and State, the City of Rajneeshpuram, and the famous 93 Rolls Royces. A book of particular interest to non-sannyasins or those new to sannyas.
The Last Testament, Vol 4
Interviews with the World Press, Talks given from 21/10/85 to 11/12/85, English Discourse series, 30 Chapters
The Last Testament, Vol 4 Content : At Rancho Rajneesh, the commune in America, for the first time ever Osho grants interviews to the world media. Included are questions from Good Morning America, Der Spiegel, 60 Minutes (Australia), The Guardian (England), Panorama (Italy), Portland TV, the Seattle Post Intelligencer and others. In dynamic, often humorous and always intimate exchanges, Osho talks with reporters about why he chose to break his years of silence, his views on the Pope, how the world can save itself from global suicide, his being labeled the "free sex guru," AIDS and religion; why his people are perceived as having an inner peace, brainwashing, separation between Church and State, the City of Rajneeshpuram, and the famous 93 Rolls Royces. A book of particular interest to non-sannyasins or those new to sannyas.
The Last Testament, Vol 5
Interviews with the World Press, Talks given from 12/12/85 pm to 08/02/86 am, English Discourse series, 30 Chapters
The Last Testament, Vol 5 Content : At Rancho Rajneesh, the commune in America, for the first time ever Osho grants interviews to the world media. Included are questions from Good Morning America, Der Spiegel, 60 Minutes (Australia), The Guardian (England), Panorama (Italy), Portland TV, the Seattle Post Intelligencer and others. In dynamic, often humorous and always intimate exchanges, Osho talks with reporters about why he chose to break his years of silence, his views on the Pope, how the world can save itself from global suicide, his being labeled the "free sex guru," AIDS and religion; why his people are perceived as having an inner peace, brainwashing, separation between Church and State, the City of Rajneeshpuram, and the famous 93 Rolls Royces. A book of particular interest to non-sannyasins or those new to sannyas.
The Last Testament, Vol 6
Interviews with the World Press, Talks given from 31/07/86 am to 13/08/86 pm, English Discourse series, 30 Chapters
The Last Testament, Vol 6 Content : At Rancho Rajneesh, the commune in America, for the first time ever Osho grants interviews to the world media. Included are questions from Good Morning America, Der Spiegel, 60 Minutes (Australia), The Guardian (England), Panorama (Italy), Portland TV, the Seattle Post Intelligencer and others. In dynamic, often humorous and always intimate exchanges, Osho talks with reporters about why he chose to break his years of silence, his views on the Pope, how the world can save itself from global suicide, his being labeled the "free sex guru," AIDS and religion; why his people are perceived as having an inner peace, brainwashing, separation between Church and State, the City of Rajneeshpuram, and the famous 93 Rolls Royces. A book of particular interest to non-sannyasins or those new to sannyas.
Light on the Path
Talks given from 03/12/85 am to 13/02/86 am, English Discourse series, 38 Chapters, Year Published : 1988
Light on the Path Content : These first talks after Osho's departure from the US provide a rare glimpse, during his movement's most uncertain times, into his efforts to create a New Man. From his suite in a hotel in Kathmandu, Nepal, Osho speaks extensively on the connection between gnosticism and anarchy, the buddhafield and the future of his communes worldwide, the function of a spiritual master, his sannyasin therapists and the "psychology of the buddhas," and the nature of inner growth.
Live Zen
Talks given from 22/04/88 pm to 26/05/88 pm, English Discourse series, 17 Chapters, Year published : 1988
Live Zen Content : Osho speaks on incidences in the work and play between an assortment of Zen masters and their disciples. Each discourse culminates in a specially designated joke-telling time. This series also sees the introduction of the powerful new No-mind Meditation conducted by Osho.
Ma Tzu : The Empty Mirror
Talks on Zen, Talks given from 16/09/88 pm to 25/09/88 pm, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters
Ma Tzu : The Empty Mirror Content : He walked like a cow and looked like a tiger. He could touch his nose with his tongue and had two rings on the soles of his feet! The unpredictable Ma Tzu brings fresh responses and devices to every situation, the empty mirror who simply reflects. To see things as they really are, you have to be absolutely empty, a mirror, clean, without any prejudices, without any judgments. And that is Ma Tzu's whole teaching: Don't react, just be, and reflect.
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
The Messiah, Vol 1 Content : 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.
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
The Messiah, Vol 2 Content : 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.
The Miracle
Talks on Zen, Talks given from 02/08/88 pm to 11/08/88 pm, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters
The Miracle Content : In this unique world of Zen, masters with strange sounding names and even stranger behavior ask disciples odd questions and then hit them—whether their answers are right or wrong! Osho deciphers the great game Zen masters play with their disciples and elucidates the central message of Zen—"nothingness." He also talks on students and disciples, and the role of a spiritual master and how the energy field of an enlightened being can affect the whole world.


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