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Joshu: The Lion’s Roar

Osho on Enlightened 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…

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The Transmission of the Lamp

Osho on Enlightend Zen Master Sekito Sekito, an enlightened ZEN master, was born in China in 700 AD and lived for 90 years. He was also known as Shih-Tou, was a contemporary of another Enlightened…

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Accept Your Reality

Osho on French Painter Paul Gauguin Born on 7 June 1848, Eugene Henri Paul Gauguin was a French painter, sculptor, ceramist, printmaker, and writer. He is famous for his ‘primitive’ sense of expression in his…

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From Effort to Effortlessness

Osho on Enlightened Zen Master Nan-in BELOVED OSHO, AS YOU KNOW, THE OLD ZEN CUSTOM WAS THAT A MONK SHOULD STAY WITH HIS MASTER FOR TEN YEARS BEFORE HE WENT OUT ON HIS OWN TEACHING.…

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Saraha: Tantra Vision of Life

Osho on Enlightened Tantra Master Saraha Saraha was the founder of tantra in Tibet. He was born in a Brahmin family of east India. His name Saraha means “pierce-arrow,” and he is usually shown in Tibetan art…

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Basho: The Master of Haikus

Osho on Enlightened Zen Master Basho Matsuo Basho was the Japanese enlightened ZEN mystic and master, famous for his short poetries known as Haikus. Osho has explained that these Haikus are not from mind or…

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Walking in Zen, Sitting in Zen

Swami Om Prakash Saraswati ji’s Mahaparinirvana Day A born rebel or a freedom fighter or a highly educated person or a top corporate executive or a sannyasin? Is it possible to find such a versatile…

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