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
In the presence of twenty-one visiting Jesuit priests, and with a ruthless precision and irreverent wisdom that is often shocking to his audience, Osho dissects and dismembers Christianity – offering the profound truths of the Zen approach as the only antidote to the poison inherent in all organized religions. Learn More
These Zen stories on the surface seem absurd, but the meaning of Zen cannot be stated in words; it can only be implied by parable. Osho employs these parables to elucidate the foibles of common thinking and to suggest ways to become aware of who we really are. Learn More
With the help of a Zen koan about a goose in a bottle, Osho shows how people are restricted by their prejudices and beliefs, ignorant of their true nature. You are already free if you wake up and see the illusion of knowledge and the mind. Learn More
In these talks given to an audience of people interested in meditation and inner experience, Osho gives us an enlightened vision of taking responsibility for our own religiousness – and the joy of living our true and unique individuality.
Osho is one who has searched within himself and come to know who he is. He turns these tales of the monks’ exploits into something unique, something that goes straight to the very essence of life. Learn More