Joshu: The Lion’s Roar

Osho on Zen Master Joshu Zen Master Joshu, also known as Chao-chou Ts’ung-shen (778–897), was one of the great Zen masters of ancient China, because his manner of teaching was to speak words, that so…

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And the Flowers Showered

Osho on Subhuti Subhuti was one of the ten principle disciples of Buddha. He was born in a wealthy family. In Buddhism he is considered as ‘worthy of gifts.’ As after hearing Buddha he became…

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Awareness: The Decisive Factor

Osho on Nagarjuna Nagarjuna was a Buddhist Mystic and a philosopher with a great intellect. Very few philosophers could be compared with the level of intellectuality of Nagarjuna, he was really that sharp in his…

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Raso Vai Saha: Wine of Life

BELOVED OSHO, MODEST THOUGH MY EXPERIENCE OF AWARENESS IS, WHEN IT IS HAPPENING I FEEL INTOXICATED. IT IS A FAR MORE SUBTLE, BUT HEADIER DRUNKENNESS THAN ANYTHING THAT MAKES ONE UNCONSCIOUS. IS THIS A CASE…

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Chuang Tzu: An Empty Boat

Chuang Tzu was a Taoist master also known as Zhuangzi, was a disciple of Lao Tzu. He was an admirable writer and skilful composer, and by his instances and truthful descriptions hit and exposed the Mohists and Literati.…

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Relax, and Let Things Be

A MONK RUSHED INTO TOKAI’S BEDROOM, SHOUTING: ‘A FIRE, MASTER, A FIRE!’ ‘OH?’ SAID TOKAI, SITTING UP. ‘WHERE?’ ‘WHERE?’ EXCLAIMED THE MONK. ‘WHY, UNDER THE KITCHEN FLOOR — GET UP AT ONCE.’ ‘THE KITCHEN, EH?’…

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From Unawareness to Awareness

Osho on Gibberish BELOVED OSHO, RELAXATION HAS ALWAYS BEEN ONE OF THE MOST VALUABLE STATES OF BEING FOR ME. “WATCHFULNESS” SEEMS TO BE POSSIBLE ONLY THEN, OR AT LEAST SO MUCH EASIER. BELOVED MASTER, WOULD…

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Live Consciously

24th march is the date when an Austrian doctor and psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich was born. The author of several influential books, most notably Character Analysis (1933), The Mass Psychology of Fascism (1933), and The Sexual Revolution (1936), Reich became one of…

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