These eleven classic anecdotes demonstrate the relevance of Zen to 21st–century life. Osho bypasses the rational mind and speaks directly to the heart, showing how in Zen any situation can be used to become more aware, more conscious, more alive. Learn More
A unique chronicle of meetings between Osho and people of all ages and walks of life. One by one, seekers and visitors sit in front of Osho, alone or as part of a therapy group, to receive his individualized attention. Learn More
Talks on Fragments from Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu Vol. 1 of the series: Tao: The Three Treasures
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Osho uses the Tao Te Ching texts as Lao Tzu intended: to ignite the flame of individual awareness and insight. From the seven verses Osho selected to comment on, he moves deeply into his own understanding and burns through every idea we may hold about ourselves until we can see with the same crystal clear light as Lao Tzu. Learn More
Seeking spiritual meaning? Life not working? Through Zen, life transforms, says Osho, and this tremendously beautiful life is rediscovered. Osho describes how his work illuminates, creates situations that enable this sudden awakening. Learn More
Osho brings to life the timeless wisdom of Zen. Using entertaining anecdotes of the exchanges between Zen masters and the people around them, his stimulating commentaries make clear the meaning and significance of these stories for the present day. Learn More
Osho speaks on the death and enlightenment of his father. Responding to questions on a variety of subjects, he reminds us that consciousness is eternal, beyond body and beyond mind – death is not an end, but a celebration. Learn More
Osho loves the Nirvana Upanishad because it is so revolutionary – it insists that the only way to experience true awareness is to go beyond all systems of morality. Maybe this is why Osho's commentary is the first one on this Upanishad. Learn More
“You are doing perfectly well. Just forget all about enlightenment,” says Osho as he responds to questions ranging from the spiritual to the intensely personal. Do the best you can with life and everything else will follow.
Talking about government fear of his outspokenness, and his rebellious childhood, Osho urges us all to go beyond the mind and behavior imposed by society and religions. Responsibility means moving beyond one’s psychology and into consciousness.