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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