Dancing in the Breeze
The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol. 4
On Buddha's 'The Sutra of Forty-Two Chapters'
This is the culmination of four volumes in which Osho comments on the 42 earliest-known teachings of Buddha. Osho has referred to Buddha as the first truly humanistic master: he is not concerned with a God, with another world, with paradise or hell. Buddha is directly focused on raising man’s awareness in this life and showing, in very scientific, exact words, how man can reach his full potential.
These commentaries on Buddha’s teachings make them absolutely accessible to anyone looking to bring a new dimension of consciousness to his life. Osho is pragmatic throughout – and also beautifully entertaining, as he eloquently adds his own insights, understanding and methods while commenting on those of Buddha.
#1: The Eightfold Way: Move Step by Step and You Come Home
#2: Pain: Accept it, Welcome It, Be with It
#3: Remember the Middle and You Will Always Be Right
#4: Mind Is a Soul Disturbed, and Soul Is Mind Silenced
#5: The Discipline of Transcendence
#6: Buddhahood: Awaken from Your So-called Awakened State
#7: Prana, Breath: The Bridge from Body to Soul
#8: Sleep and Awake: Both Are Dreams and Meaningless
#9: Provisions for the Journey