An invaluable handbook for those who want to go more deeply into the meanings of the cards in the Osho Zen Tarot - with a pop-out mini-deck of Major Arcana cards bound into the back of the book. Learn More
This OSHO Zen Tarot focuses on gaining an understanding of the here and now. It is a system based on the wisdom of Zen, a wisdom that says events in the outer world simply reflect our own thoughts and feelings, even though we ourselves might be unclear about what those thoughts and feelings are. Learn More
Osho describes Yoka as a Zen master of great skill; his words being tremendously beautiful, yet uncompromising. His deep respect and compassion for the individual is such that he wants you to wake up now; he shatters all your dreams.
Is Zen a religion? “No,” says Osho, but then again “Yes.” It is a religion without any theology, priests, prayer, holy books and with no concept of God. This is the paradox of Zen. In this book, using Zen stories and anecdotes as his starting point, Osho explains exactly what Zen is and its relevance to the way we live now.
These talks are the pinnacle of Osho on Zen. He lays out his Manifesto – a celebration of the experience of “freedom from the self” – and speaks eloquently about those credited with having brought Zen to the West. Learn More
These talks are the pinnacle of Osho on Zen. He lays out his Manifesto – a celebration of the experience of “freedom from the self” – and speaks eloquently about those credited with having brought Zen to the West.
Zen says that if you want to find truth, you have to seek. Zen also says don’t seek, because then you won’t find. This is why Zen is called “the path of paradox.” This series explores this paradoxical world, this distinctive approach to life.