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Master: A Catalytic Agent

Osho on Buddha’s Enlightened Disciple Sariputta Śāriputra was one of the closest disciples of the Buddha. He is considered the first of the Buddha’s two chief male disciples, together with Maudgalyāyana. Śāriputra had a key leadership role in…

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East Meets West

Osho on Meeting of East and West BELOVED OSHO, YOU HAVE BEEN USING THE KEY WORD “DEPROGRAMMING” TO DESCRIBE YOUR WORK. THE TECHNIQUES THAT YOU HAVE SUGGESTED DURING THESE YEARS, GO FROM CHAOTIC AND DYNAMIC…

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Tozan: Living Moment to Moment

Osho on Enlightened Zen Master Tozan Tozan, also spelled as Dongshan, was a Chan Buddhist monk of ninth-century China. He founded the Caodong school which was transmitted to Japan in the thirteenth century by Dogen and developed into the Soto school of Zen.…

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My Answers are Killers

Birthday of English Poet D. H. Lawrence 11th September is the birthday of the English writer and poet D H Lawrence. Born in 1885 as the son of a barely-literate miner, he lived his early…

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Baal Shem: The Watchman of the Inner

Osho on Jewish Mystic Baal Shem Born in 1698 in Poland, Rabbi Israel ben Eliezer known as the Baal Shem Tov or as the Besht, was a Jewish mystic and healer who is regarded as the founder of Hasidic Judaism. “Besht” is the acronym…

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Faith: Love with Reverence

Osho on Bayazid Born in 804 CE, Bayazid Bistami was a PersianSufi from north-central Iran. Known to future Sufis as Sultān-ul-Ārifīn (“King of the Gnostics”), Bistami is considered to be one of the expositors of the state of fana the notion of…

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God: A Cosmic Energy

Osho on Sufi Msytic Al-Hillaj Mansoor Born in 858 CE in the Farz town of Persia, Al-Hillaj Mansoor was a Persian mystic, poet and a teacher of Sufism. He is best known for his saying:…

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