Osho Books – Discourse Series, English-I

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057I Am That
Talks on the Isha Upanishad, Talks given from 11/10/80 am to 26/10/80 am, English Discourse series, 16 Chapters, Year Published : 1984
Content : “This Upanishad…is the smallest it can be written on a postcard and yet it is the greatest document in existence,” Osho declares. “There is no document of such luminosity, of such profoundness anywhere in the whole history of humanity.” These sutras are amongst the most ancient wisdom available to mankind transmitted from masters to their disciples twenty-five centuries before even Buddha. With clear metaphors, stories and jokes, we are introduced to the perspective of an enlightened master a world view so total that it embraces the cosmic, a rebirth of the spirit of the Upanishads.
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058I Am the Gate
Talks given from 01/4/71 to 30/06/71, English Discourse series, 9 Chapters, Year Published : 1976
Content : This book is a timeless classic that has served as an introduction for many people to Osho’s vision. Eight discourses to push the reader over the edge of the intellect into the mysterious, the esoteric and the transcendental. Osho talks on the meaning of initiation, disciplehood and meditation — a loving invitation to begin the journey toward the ultimate truth: “A sannyasin to me is a person who decides to live to the utmost, to the optimum, to the maximum; it is just like a flame burning from both the poles.” A helpful reader for those new to the world of Osho.
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059I Celebrate Myself
Talks on Zen, Talks given from 13/02/89 pm to 19/02/89 pm, English Discourse series, 7 Chapters, Year Published : 1989
Content : “I celebrate myself, and I want you also to celebrate yourself,” says Osho, echoing the American poet, Walt Whitman. In this powerful series Osho destroys all misconceptions of a divided universe; creator and created, believer and belief, theist and atheist: “The idea of God is an imprisonment, and only when one is free from this prison can one know what it is to live in a celebrative way.”
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060I Say Unto You, Vol 1
Talks on the Sayings of Jesus, Talks given from 21/10/77 am to 1/11/77 am, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters, Year Published : 1983
Content : Casting aside age-old preconceptions, Osho reveals the real magic and miracles of Jesus. He tells the same stories the same parables, but with a freshness and liveliness showing us their deeper meaning, their timeless relevance. For the first time we really feel the laughter, the passion, the silence and celebration of Jesus Christ. “Osho’s position as an important mystic and philosopher is supported by an international following and a host of publications. His work is that of all great religious leaders—bringing God to man…Osho’s lively appeal: jokes, limericks, verse, and tales combined with traditional religious themes.” Library Journal, USA
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061I Say Unto You, Vol 2
Talks on the Sayings of Jesus, Talks given from 2/11/77 am to 10/11/77 , English Discourse series, 9 Chapters, Year Published : 1980
Content : Osho talks on the beauty and wisdom of Jesus’ sayings, and responds to questions about Catholicism, Jesus’relationship with Mary Magdalena, sin and punishment, hedonism, the desire to serve, the difference between mind and ego and India’s tardiness in recognizing Osho. “Osho’s position as an important mystic and philosopher is supported by an international following and a host of publications. His work is that of all great religious leaders — bringing God to man…{Osho’s}lively appeal: jokes, limericks, verse, and tales combined with traditional religious themes.” Library Journal, USA
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062The Invitation
Talks given from 21/08/87 am to 05/09/87 pm, English Discourse series, 30 Chapters, Year Published : 1988

Content : An invitation and introduction to Osho’s vision. Lacing his talks with jokes and personal anecdotes, Osho shows how the problems of everyday life can be used as tools for transformation. He also speaks on the connection between a master and his disciple, describing the role of the master as simply an invitation to return home—to ourselves. “He quotes Jesus, Buddha, Mahavira, Lao Tzu, Sufis and old Zen masters with stupendous memory, interpreting them with a freshness and directness as if they were speaking today, as if they wore jeans.” Die Zeit, Germany
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063Isan : No Footprints in the Blue Sky
Talks on Zen, Talks given from 01/11/88 pm to 02/12/88 pm, English Discourse series, 8 Chapters, Year Published : 1988
Content : An invitation and introduction to Osho’s vision. Lacing his talks with jokes and personal anecdotes, Osho shows how the problems of everyday life can be used as tools for transformation. He also speaks on the connection between a master and his disciple, describing the role of the master as simply an invitation to return home—to ourselves. “He quotes Jesus, Buddha, Mahavira, Lao Tzu, Sufis and old Zen masters with stupendous memory, interpreting them with a freshness and directness as if they were speaking today, as if they wore jeans.” Die Zeit, Germany
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