Unique Answers To Real Questions
These days, where spirituality is on everyone’s mind, it is difficult to distinguish between borrowed words and jargon and sincere existential questions from people who are trying to understand themselves and their lives.
In this book you will see how Osho guides people away from asking superficial “religious” and intellectual questions to opening up and exposing themselves in real questions.
His answers are not academic, they do not fill us with secondhand knowledge, but provide existential responses that take us to a new level. From this place we can start living from our own understanding and experience.
“The answer lies in becoming free of our mind. Until the mind drops, the questioning will continue. You are in your minds, and so I ask you to go on asking. This is not going to solve anything for you directly, but an indirect solution can become available….”
"Osho is an enlightened master who is working with all possibilities to help humanity overcome a difficult phase in developing consciousness."
The Dalai Lama
"Osho is a mystical giant, a flowering of a unique intelligence and one of those rare humans ex-pressing himself with joy."
Paul Reps, author of Zen Flesh, Zen Bones
Chapter 1: The Great Illusion
Chapter 2: Meditation: The Razor’s Edge
Chapter 3: The One, Undivided
Chapter 4: Don’t Throw Responsibility
Chapter 5: Read between the Lines
Chapter 6: Either This or That
Chapter 7: First the Thirst
Chapter 8: The Blinkers of the "I"
Chapter 9: The Business of Isness
Chapter 10: Mentation and Meditation
Chapter 11: Mysticism: Conscious Anarchy
Chapter 12: The Ultimate Intercourse
Chapter 13: In – The Only Way Out
Chapter 14: The Ecology of the Inner
Chapter 15: You Need to Wake Up
Chapter 16: The Only Miracle
Love and meditation are two sides of the same coin.
Meditation and love are names of the same door seen from two different places. Seen from the outside, the door is called love. Seen from the inside it is called meditation. It is just like a door labeled "Entrance" on one side and "Exit" on the other; the same door serves both purposes. So if you arrive at the door from the outside, the label is love; if you arrive from the inside, the label is meditation.
Meditation is becoming filled with love in your own aloneness, and love is the art of slipping into meditation with the other.