Osho Books – Discourse Series, English-M

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077Ma Tzu : The Empty Mirror
Talks on Zen, Talks given from 16/09/88 pm to 25/09/88 pm, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters
Content : He walked like a cow and looked like a tiger. He could touch his nose with his tongue and had two rings on the soles of his feet! The unpredictable Ma Tzu brings fresh responses and devices to every situation, the empty mirror who simply reflects. To see things as they really are, you have to be absolutely empty, a mirror, clean, without any prejudices, without any judgments. And that is Ma Tzu’s whole teaching: Don’t react, just be, and reflect.
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078The Messiah, Vol 1
Commentaries on Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, Talks given from 08/01/87 pm to 19/01/87 pm, English Discourse series, 23 Chapters
Content : Early in this century a Lebanese poet, Kahlil Gibran, produced a book that has become universally known and loved for its beauty and the timeless themes it addresses. But because Gibran was a poet, not a mystic, in The Prophet he could give us only a work of imagination, a glimpse into the dream that is the mystic’s everyday reality. The Messiah, Osho’s two-volume commentary on The Prophet, must find itself as a companion to Gibran’s work in the hands of every lover of truth and beauty. In this volume Osho speaks on the themes that Gibran addresses through the fictional prophet, Almustafa: love, children, giving, work; eating and drinking, and clothes; joy and sorrow; houses and homes, buying and selling; crime and punishment.
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079The Messiah, Vol 2
Commentaries on Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, Talks given from 08/01/87 pm to 19/01/87 pm, English Discourse series, 23 Chapters
Content : Early in this century a Lebanese poet, Kahlil Gibran, produced a book that has become universally known and loved for its beauty and the timeless themes it addresses. But because Gibran was a poet, not a mystic, in The Prophet he could give us only a work of imagination, a glimpse into the dream that is the mystic’s everyday reality. The Messiah, Osho’s two-volume commentary on The Prophet, must find itself as a companion to Gibran’s work in the hands of every lover of truth and beauty. In this volume Osho speaks on the themes that Gibran addresses through the fictional prophet, Almustafa: love, children, giving, work; eating and drinking, and clothes; joy and sorrow; houses and homes, buying and selling; crime and punishment.
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080The Miracle
Talks on Zen, Talks given from 02/08/88 pm to 11/08/88 pm, English Discourse series, 10 Chapters
Content : In this unique world of Zen, masters with strange sounding names and even stranger behavior ask disciples odd questions and then hit them—whether their answers are right or wrong! Osho deciphers the great game Zen masters play with their disciples and elucidates the central message of Zen—”nothingness.” He also talks on students and disciples, and the role of a spiritual master and how the energy field of an enlightened being can affect the whole world.
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081The Mustard Seed : My Most Loved Gospel on Jesus
Commentaries on the Fifth Gospel of Saint Thomas, Talks given from 21/08/74 am to 10/09/74 am, English Discourse series, 21 Chapters, Year Published : 1974
Content : A beautifully illustrated, coffee table volume. A Sufi story of which Osho says, “If you can understand this story, you will have understood the very secret of religion.”
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082My Way : The Way of the White Clouds
Talks given from 10/05/74 am to 24/05/74 am, English Discourse series, 15 Chapters, Year Published : 1982
Content : A comprehensive introduction to the world of Osho. In an intimate setting he responds directly to questions on happiness and misery, relationship and aloneness, ego and consciousness, energy and sex, love and prayer, logic and madness, meditation and surrender, enlightenment and the master-disciple connection. An ever-popular series of discourses beautifully designed.
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