Osho Complete Publication list (In English)

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  • Above All, Don’t Wobble 
    These recorded evening meetings give the phenomenon of enlightenment a contemporary, personal focus. One by one, disciples and visitors sit in front of Osho, alone or as part of a therapy group, to receive his individualized advice on their questions and life experiences.
  • Absolute Tao 
    Tao is, as is Osho, the way of wholeness: not dividing anything, not denying anything – he remains choiceless.
  • Absolute Tao (New Edition) 
    Osho is using the Tao Te Ching as Lao Tzu intended: to ignite the flame of individual awareness and insight.
  • The Alchemy of Yoga 
    In these talks on the sutras of Patanjali, Osho guides us into the world of Yoga of naturalness and sensitivity that reaches far beyond the body, through our body and our way of daily living.
  • Ancient Music in the Pines 
    Today, humanity is caught up in the mad complexity of the mind and there is an urgent need to rediscover simplicity and innocence.
  • And Now and Here 
    Osho debunks our myths and misunderstandings around death and invites us to experience our eternal inner space – now and here – through guided meditations. One of these meditations has been recorded with music and is included as a CD with this book.
  • And the Flowers Showered 
    A beautiful and simple introduction to the unique world of Zen. Commenting on eleven Zen anecdotes, Osho explores a diverse range of issues encountered by man as moves on the spiritual search.
  • And the Flowers Showered (New Edition) 
    Using eleven Zen stories as a starting point and diving deep into their mysterious world, he then weaves his magical clarity on many diverse contemporary topics. From the true meaning of happiness to an understanding of the process of death, it’s all here. To begin reading this book is to commence a journey into the world of wonder.
  • The Art of Dying 
    Osho speaks on classic Hasidic stories compiled by the Jewish philosopher, Martin Buber – a great tradition of laughing saints and wonderful tales.
  • The Art of Living 
    Osho presents and explores five principles: nonviolence, non-possessiveness, non-theft, non-desire, and non-unawareness. He shows how they can be applied to everyday life by bringing awareness to the simplest of actions and the minutest of details, as well as to the most powerful of human energies, sex.
  • At the Feet of the Master 
    This volume, illustrated with black and white photos, is a compilation from thirty published darshan diaries – transcriptions of what was said when thousands of people from all over the world came to Osho and literally, one by one, sat at his feet
  • Awareness 
    Once we can identify and understand what the quality of awareness is, we have the key to self-mastery in virtually every area of our lives.

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  • Be Still and Know 
    In this very special series of questions and answers Osho talks on the death and enlightenment of his own father, which occurred at this time. He also shines his unique light on subjects as diverse as science and meditation, personality and essence, homosexuality, witnessing, and silence.
  • Behind a Thousand Names 
    In these talks on one of the ancient Indian Upanishad scriptures, the Nirvana Upanishad, the enlightened mystic Osho explores the essential nature of spiritual longing, the moving force behind every seeker’s quest for truth – truth beyond the many names we call it and claim to know it by.
  • Being in Love 
    What Is Love? In this thoughtful, provocative work, Osho—one of the most revolutionary thinkers of our time—challenges us to question what we think we know about love and opens us to the possibility of a love that is natural, fulfilling, and free of possessiveness and jealousy.
  • Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism 
    In Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism, Osho brings his unique and often surprising perspective to the religious, political, social and economic forces that drive people into opposing camps, fanatical groups, and belief systems that depend on seeing every “other” as the “enemy.”
  • The Beloved, Vol. 1 
    Osho introduces the wild, dancing, sane-crazy world of the Bauls, the mystics of Bengal in these series of talks based on their songs.
  • The Beloved, Vol. 2 
    Ten talks based on the natural, magical wisdom inherent in the songs of these delicious madmen, mystics, fools and poets, the Bauls of Bengal.
  • Beyond Enlightenment 
    These are talks by a man who has known enlightenment – and left it far behind. Osho explores the subject from the inside, revealing the inner workings of a mystic.
  • Beyond Psychology 
    Osho shows us that the real meaning of taking responsibility is to go beyond the narrow confines of the mind – to move beyond our psychology and into consciousness.
  • Beyond Psychology (New Edition) 
    In Beyond Psychology Osho tells anecdotes ranging from his escapades as a young man, to his treatment at the hands of governments around the world, who fear his outspokenness to such an extent that they refuse him entry to their countries. Osho’s responses urge the reader to experience that which can only be found beyond the mind and behavior that are imposed by society and enforced by religions from an early age.
  • A Bird on the Wing (available for pre-order) 
    This book is about the inner search and personal transformation, sharing insights that address our deepest question of life, introducing 11 teaching stories from different Zen masters.
  • Bodhidharma: The Greatest Zen Master 
    Bodhidharma is named as the 26th Zen Patriarch in the line emanating from Gautam Buddha. However, as Osho says, he shows even “higher flights” than Buddha – who would not accept any female disciples – as his master was the enlightened woman, Pragyatara.
  • Body Mind Balancing 
    Understanding how relaxation and meditation can help you reconnect with and heal your body, complete with a guided audio process on CD
  • The Book of Secrets 
    In The Book of Secrets we are invited to experience and experiment with the games and situations that everyday life brings through the tools of our senses.
  • Books I Have Loved 
    Having read thousands of the world’s greatest books on almost every conceivable subject, Osho shares the fragrance of some of his most loved in these spontaneous and intimate talks.
  • Born With a Question Mark in Your Heart 
    ’Born with a Question Mark in Your Heart’ continues the AUTHENTIC LIVING series by Osho with talks by the contemporary mystic during his stay in the United States. Osho says: «It is fortunate that man is born with a question mark, otherwise he would be just another species of animal.»
  • Buddha 
    An authority on the world’s spiritual traditions, Osho was celebrated for his unique ability to refresh ancient wisdoms for a contemporary audience. Here he takes the reader on an exciting journey into the life and world of Prince Gautam Siddhartha, who became the Buddha.
  • The Buddha Said (UK Edition) 
    Osho explains the relevance of Buddha’s «Sutra of 42 Chapters» for our times – line by line, in fresh and contemporary language.
  • The Buddha Said (USA Edition) 
    Osho explains the relevance of Buddha’s «Sutra of 42 Chapters» for our times – line by line, in fresh and contemporary language.

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  • Come Follow To You, Vol. 1 
    Osho makes a clear distinction between the rebel called Jesus Christ and the religion that followed after him – Christianity.
  • Come Follow to You, Vol. 2 
    Osho resurrects the essential core of Jesus’ message: a religiousness which embraces silence, celebration and a moment-to-moment appreciation of life and existence. He explains how each one of us can rediscover our individuality and uniqueness and become a light unto ourselves.
  • Come, Come, Yet Again Come (New Edition) 
    In this collection of responses to questions, Osho captures his entire message: “My whole teaching consists of two words, meditation and love.” Here, he also introduces his vision of the new man who embodies the teaching – Zorba the Buddha.
  • Compassion 
    Tenth and last in the «Insights for a New Way of Living» series, and includes a DVD of an Osho talk.
  • Compassion and Revolution 
    Compassion and Revolution is a beautiful, compact little book, full of true generosity of spirit. What are the hurdles we face in being happy in our lives? Where did those difficulties come from? How can we rediscover the powerful play of our own energy, and trust it to guide us in day-to-day living?
  • Creativity: Unleashing the Forces Within 
    A creative person is one who has insight, who can see things nobody else has ever seen before, who hears things that nobody has heard before — then there is creativity.
  • A Cup of Tea 
    A beautifully bound collection of 365 letters written by Osho to his disciples and friends, during the time he was traveling in India from the 1950’s through the early 1970’s.

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  • Danger: Truth at Work 
    Danger: Truth at Work goes to the heart of our most fundamental human issues. Why can’t we just live happily and be content? While we seem to have all the knowledge we need to solve our problems, we haven’t.
  • Destiny, Freedom, and the Soul 
    This book explores deeply human questions, such as: Is there really such a thing as “soul,” and if so, what is it? Where does the concept of karma fit in? Does my life have a special meaning or purpose?
  • The Diamond Sutra 
    In this book Osho offers his unique and highly accessible interpretation of the Buddha’s words.
  • The Diamond Sword 
    Osho speaks on the essential and timeless path of meditation, of going within ourselves rather than looking to the outer world for fulfillment and recognition.
  • Die O Yogi Die 
    Gorakh is one of the four people whom Osho calls “the foundation stones of Indian mysticism.” This book is about the death of the ego, about practical steps to live a full and aware life without being run over by it.
  • Dimensions Beyond the Known 
    Osho talks in depth on many mysteries, including: what happens after death, reincarnation, and the esoteric roots of religious experience.

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  • Earthen Lamps 
    What a precious small book this is – a great gift item or bedside companion. It is one of the very few books that is handwritten, rather than spoken, by Osho.
  • Ecstasy: The Forgotten Language 
    The words of Kabir – a mystic, a weaver, and a poet who can touch the earth and catch the stars with his transcendent verses – are the starting point for these inspiring talks on how to live our lives to their utmost potential.
  • Emotional Wellness 
    Osho sets out clearly, with compassion and humor, his insight and understanding of where emotions come from, and how to use that energy in creative ways.
  • The Empty Boat 
    In this highly accessible introduction to Zen and its spiritual origins, Osho talks on the stories of Chinese mystic Chuang Tzu, revitalizing the 300-year-old Taoist message of self-realization.
  • Enlightenment: The Only Revolution 
    Powerful and penetrating talks on the famous dialogue between the mystic Ashtavakra – one of Osho’s favorite ancient Indian masters – and King Janak.
  • The Eternal Quest 
    An introduction to Osho’s vision for those whose material needs are fulfilled, and who are now aching to discover something beyond learning the knack of social and psychological adjustment.
  • Everyday Osho 
    A daybook of Osho insights to bring more awareness and understanding to all the large & small experiences of daily life.

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  • The Fabric of Life 
    Kabir was a 15th century mystic and weaver. Taking his songs as a starting point, Osho shares insights into such questions as love, the implications of money, how people communicate with each other, the longing for personal freedom, and finding happiness beyond our desires. All these are issues woven into the fabric of life.
  • Fear 
    A journey through what makes human beings afraid, into a new relationship with our fears.
  • Finding Your Own Way 
    This is the first of four volumes in which Osho comments on the 42 earliest-known teachings of Buddha. Here is Buddha alive, relevant, scientific in insight, and very human.
  • Finger Pointing to the Moon 
    These seventeen talks on the Adhyatma Upanishad were given at a meditation camp at Mount Abu, Rajasthan. Of the Upanishads, Osho says, «They are not religious scriptures. They are poetic expressions of those who have known.»
  • Flight of the Alone to the Alone 
    Kaivalya means the moment in your consciousness when you are utterly alone. Talks on the Kaivalya Upanishad given at a meditation camp at Mt. Abu, India.
  • Freedom 
    In a special selection from Osho’s many talks, this book explores the three kinds of freedom and what role each of them plays in the human search for an authentic way of living.
  • From Bondage to Freedom 
    A deeply moving account of a rare and provocative experiment in human growth, these are Osho’s last discourses given in the USA.
  • From Death to Deathlessness 
    Sensing the storm about to descend on his American commune, Osho responds to residents’ and visitors’ questions. The topics cover the whole spectrum of human concerns.
  • From Medication to Meditation 
    Here is a book written in a language that is fresh, profound, entertaining and understandable for all those who wonder whether meditation can help them enjoy better health and a greater sense of well-being.
  • From Sex to Superconsciousness 
    Osho speaks on the need and the way to understand sex in its deepest sense, thereby transforming it. The life energy that flows into sex is the same life energy that becomes superconsciousness, enlightenment. This book is a detailed description of the way this transformation happens.
  • From Unconsciousness to Consciousness 
    Osho ends three years of silence and begins an entirely new phase of his work. Sometimes shocking and always humorous, he exposes the lies to which society still so earnestly adheres.

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  • Glimpses of a Golden Childhood 
    An all-time favorite in which Osho recalls his rebellious and mischievous childhood. A wonderful series of anecdotes and stories that include tales of the artists, musicians, magicians and enlightened beings who befriended him as a child.
  • The God Conspiracy 
    The God Conspiracy exposes the age-old alliance of the politician and the priest against human freedom,joy, pleasure, comfort and luxury. The politician pays homage to the priest in order to legitimize his power, and the priest enforces the rules of individual behavior – all in the name of God.
  • Gold Nuggets 
    All you have is this very moment, do not go on postponing
  • The Goose is Out (New Edition) 
    That which is never lost cannot be found, and to search for it is absurd. But the moment this absurdity is understood all seeking stops by itself and that which is never lost is found!
  • The Goose Is Out 
    Osho penetrates the prejudices and beliefs we have gathered as our protection against the truth.
  • The Great Secret 
    Osho uses ten of Kabir’s incomparable songs that revolve around «the beloved» — the Sufi expression for the state of enlightenment.
  • Guida Spirituale 
    This book is a twenty-first century survival manual for the spirit of man, to help him awaken from his deep spiritual sleep. Delightful stories and anecdotes inspired by the Desiderata.

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  • Hammer on the Rock 
    This is a diary of intimate meetings between people of all ages and from all walks of life with a modern buddha, Osho. The issues: sex, work, relationships, death and meditation.
  • The Heart Sutra (New Edition) 
    The Prajnaparamita Hridayam Sutra is the most important sutra in Buddhist literature; it is at the very heart of the Buddhist message, and is chanted daily by millions across the world. In illuminating these verses, Osho uses simple, straightforward language that encourages the reader to search within for his own understanding.
  • The Heart Sutra 
    Talks on the Heart Sutra, The Prajnaparamita Haridayam Sutra of Gautama the Buddha reveal his essential teachings: the merging of negative and positive, the insubstantiality of the ego, and the buddha-nature of all of existence.
  • Heartbeat of the Absolute 
    In these talks Osho gives during a meditation camp, sutras from these ancient Sanskrit scriptures – the Ishavasya Upanishad – are transmuted into stunning insights that can open the reader’s eyes to his own inner reality.
  • The Hidden Harmony 
    If Heraclitus had been born in India rather than Greece, says Osho, he would have been recognized not simply as a philosopher but as a buddha, a mystic.
  • Hidden Mysteries 
    Osho explains how the significance of temples, statues, places of pilgrimage, incense, mantras and astrology, have all been debased or lost over thousands of years.
  • Hidden Mysteries (New Reprint) 
    Osho explains how the significance of temples, statues, places of pilgrimage, incense, mantras and astrology, have all been debased or lost over thousands of years.
  • Hsin Hsin Ming: The Book of Nothing 
    A masterful and eminently readable introduction to the unique wisdom of Zen, especially its profound understanding of the mind and its functioning.
    See also The Book of Nothing: Hsin Hsin Ming

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  • I Am the Gate 
    This book is a timeless classic that has served as an introduction for many people to Osho’s vision. Eight discourses to push the reader over the edge of the intellect into the mysterious, the esoteric and the transcendental.
  • I Am the Gate (New Edition) 
    This is the book where Osho talks about himself – not as a man, not even as a mystic, but as a manifestation of existence itself.
  • I Celebrate Myself: God Is No Where, Life Is Now Here (New Edition) 
    I Celebrate Myself is a remarkable book in which Osho demolishes the belief in “a God above.” The way in which all religions have kept man weighed down with guilt and judgments through the domination of the priests is laid bare. And yet this book is also a joyous celebration of each one of us, showing us that celebration is our natural state of being.
  • I Say Unto You (available for pre-order) 
    What if Jesus were not a supernatural being conceived by a virgin, but a real human being who had experienced the awakening of consciousness known as “enlightenment” in the East?
  • I Say Unto You, Vol.1 
    In I Say Unto You, we are introduced to a dynamic, compassionate, intelligent, loving Jesus, who speaks in a plain and simple way that everyone can understand, rather than the long-faced, sad and tortured man often depicted down the centuries.

    Osho looks with a crystal-clear perception and humor at Jesus’ work, inviting us to see the parables and miracles as metaphors of the inner world.

  • In Search of the Miraculous 
    This is an unusual and fascinating read for anyone who is interested in the practical application of the esoteric aspects of mysticism, and the science of human energy as it is understood in the East.
  • India My Love 
    Beautifully illustrated with color photos, India My Love: A Spiritual Journey is a mystery tour with Osho as guide and storyteller.
  • The Inner Journey 
    The Inner Journey is a precise manual for tuning the body, mind, heart and hara to an inner balance and harmony to prepare ourselves for the experience of meditation.
  • Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder 
    Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder looks to each person’s last state of innocence–childhood–to recover the ability to truly be curious.
  • Intelligence 
    Intelligence, says Osho, is not a highly trained intellect — on the contrary, the knowledgeability of intellect is one of the greatest barriers.
  • Intimacy 
    Osho takes the reader step by step through what makes people afraid of intimacy, and how to nourish ourselves and our relationsihps to support more openness and trust..
  • Intuition 
    Some people obviously have it, and some people obviously don’t. Women are famous for it. And men who are gifted with it and know how to act on it often are known as great leaders in politics, business or war. What is it?

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  • The Journey of Being Human 
    Man is a bridge, says Osho, between the animal and the divine – and our awareness of this dual aspect of our nature is what makes us human.
  • Journey to the Heart 
    Osho entices us to the unknown, the ultimate. This journey is the greatest adventure open to man. It is one which requires the greatest daring, and one in which we have to risk our all.
  • Joy 
    Joy is the spiritual dimension of happiness, in which one begins to understand one’s intrinsic value and place in the universe. Accepting joy is a decision to «go with the flow”. One of the 10 bestselling titles of “Insights for a New Way of Living” series.
  • Just Like That 
    With humor and sensitivity Osho brings traditional Sufi stories into the 21st Century, revealing their hidden dimensions and adding his own.

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  • Kyozan: A True Man of Zen 
    Osho uses Kyozan’s life to make Zen as accessible to the contemporary seeker as preparing a cup of tea.

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  • The Last Morning Star 
    Talking on the playful and provocative poetry of the enlightened woman mystic, Daya, Osho takes us on a journey from the transient, from our world outside, to the eternal, our boundless world within.
  • Learning to Silence the Mind 
    The mind, says Osho, has the potential to be enormously creative in dealing with the challenges of everyday life, and the problems of the world in which we live. The difficulty, however, is that instead of using the mind as a helpful servant we have largely allowed it to become the master of our lives.
  • Life Is a Soap Bubble 
    If you have come to the point where you feel there must be something more to life and are ready to explore other dimensions of your being, this collection of thoughts will provide an essential road map.
  • Life, Love, Laughter 
    A collection of reflections on three things that make us human – our longing to know the meaning of life, our capacity for love, and our ability to laugh. It mixes ancient Zen stories and contemporary jokes – and helps us to find love, laughter, and ultimately, happiness.
  • Live Zen 
    Osho leads us through the mysterious world of the ancient Zen masters. When illuminated by his words and silences, seemingly insoluble riddles become doorways to the mysteries of existence, to ourselves.
  • Living Dangerously 
    “Be creative. Be ordinary. The golden rule for life is that there are no golden rules.”
  • Living on Your Own Terms 
    “People can be happy only in one way, and that is if they are authentically themselves. Then the springs of happiness start flowing; they become more alive, they become a joy to see, a joy to be with; they are a song, they are a dance.” Osho
  • Living Tao 
    In his “Tao Te Ching”, Lao Tzu wrote essential truths on the natural way to live. Osho highlights the paradoxical nature of these truths, pointing out that living the paradox is the whole process of meditation.
  • Love – Freedom – Aloneness 
    Osho cuts through the nonsense of our relationship dramas and shows how we can be in love and yet free, together and yet able to take our own space when we need it..

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  • The Magic of Self-Respect (Hardcover) 
    So much of the experience of everyday life, says Osho in this insightful guide, is shaped by religious and social conditioning — and we are not even aware of the fact. We are constantly being pulled away from the unique nature that is our birthright.
  • The Magic of Self-Respect (Paperback) 
    So much of the experience of everyday life, says Osho in this insightful guide, is shaped by religious and social conditioning — and we are not even aware of the fact. We are constantly being pulled away from the unique nature that is our birthright.
  • The Man of Truth 
    Osho – who has been described by the international press as “an oracle of modern times,” yet who describes himself as simply an “ordinary man” – responds to questions from the world’s media.
    Included in this book is a DVD of an incomparable press interview.
  • The Man Who Loved Seagulls 
    Essential stories and parables from the world’s great wisdom traditions of Zen, Taoism, Christianity, and Judaism.
  • Maturity: The Responsibility of Being Oneself 
    In a culture infatuated with youth, and determined to avoid old age at all costs, this book dares to raise a question that has been all but forgotten in the age of Viagra and cosmetic surgery.
  • Meditation: The Art of Ecstasy 
    Osho answers fundamental questions about meditation and gives a detailed description of each stage of his most revolutionary meditation technique, the OSHO Dynamic Meditation.
  • Meditation: The First and Last Freedom 
    A practical, step-by-step guide to sixty-three meditation techniques, selected or created by Osho. This book is an invaluable companion for anyone interested in meditation.
  • The Message Beyond Words 
    The Kathopanishad is the ancient Indian scripture that has been used much like the Tibetan Bardo, to help the dying on their way. Osho’s commentary on this mysterious and touching story brings light and clarity to an inevitability that touches us all.
  • Moral, Immoral, Amoral 
    “I don’t say cultivate morality; I say become more conscious, and you will be moral. But that morality will have a totally different flavor to it. It will be spontaneous; it will not be ready-made.” Osho
  • The Mustard Seed 
    This timely book explores the wisdom of the Gnostic Jesus, who challenges our preconceptions about the world and ourselves.
  • The Mystery beyond Mind 
    Although Patanjali’s sutras are more than two thousand years old, Osho brings them right up to date in these talks, revealing the innate wisdom they carry for humanity, that reaches beyond time.

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  • The New Alchemy: To Turn You On 
    The New Alchemy: To Turn You On is a practical, detailed guide for those exploring meditation. Osho explains the steps and pitfalls along the way directly, simply and playfully.
  • Nine Sutras 
    Osho talks for the first time on his own Nine Sutras. Opening boundless new dimensions to the meaning and significance of the word yoga. He illuminates its vast scope and takes us way beyond what may well be our limited and limiting understanding of it.
  • Nirvana: The Last Nightmare (New Edition) 
    Nirvana has become an idealized word associated with the juxtaposition of a cult rock celebrity who died before his time and a vague new age version of Eastern religion. An altered state to be hoped for, but likely unattainable, reinforcing that all too familiar uneasiness associated with never being able to have what we truly desire in life.
  • No Water, No Moon 
    Brimming with absurdities and humor, Osho is guaranteed to shake, shock and delight with these discourses based on Zen stories.
  • No Water, No Moon (New Edition) 
    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.
  • Notes of a Madman 
    These talks were given in the unlikely setting of Osho’s dental sessions. Osho speaks in a poetic way on anything that comes to him. It is a rare and intimate glimpse of an enlightened being.
  • Nowhere To Go but In 
    Osho guides people away from asking superficial “religious” and intellectual questions to opening up and exposing themselves in real questions.

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  • One Seed Can Make the Whole Earth Green 
    In Osho’s understanding Zen is the approach to religion that has not put fetters on mankind. These four talks pay homage to Zen’s reverence for life and its celebration of the everyday.
  • The Osho Upanishad (New Edition) 
    This book is a unique and fascinating chronicle of the play that happens between seekers asking for answers to their burning questions, and Osho giving his farsighted and to-the-point responses.
  • The Osho Upanishad 
    This book begins with the question, «Could you please explain the work of a mystery school?» And Osho goes on to describe the support that such schools give to the seekers of truth, throughout time, the world over.
  • The OSHO Zen TarotTM 
    The traditional tarot is often used to satisfy our longing to understand the past, or to predict the future. This Osho Zen Tarot focuses on gaining an understanding of the here and now.

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  • The Path of Love (available for pre-order) 
    Kabir is a 15th-century Indian mystic. Born a lower-caste weaver, Kabir opposed superstition, empty ritualism and bigotry. His teachings include scathing attacks against Brahmanical pride, caste prejudice and the very concept of untouchability, as well as exposing the dogmatism and bigotry he perceived around him.
  • The Path of Love (Second Edition) 
    In The Path of Love the exquisite songs of the fifteenth century mystic and poet Kabir are explored through Osho’s insight, vision and understanding of the eternal in man.
  • The Path of Love (Third Edition) 
    In The Path of Love the exquisite songs of the fifteenth century mystic and poet Kabir are explored through Osho�s insight, vision, and understanding of the eternal in man.
  • The Path of Meditation 
    These talks are transcriptions of a meditation program led by Osho in the beautiful hills of Mahabaleshwar. It is a must-read for both the new and the experienced meditator.
  • The Path of the Mystic 
    Osho answers questions that explore the most basic and overlooked corners of our human experience. He delves into the mystical, talking on past lives, the dynamic yet subtle combination of meditation and hypnosis, and on the Bardo – the ancient Tibetan instructions for the dying.
  • The Path of Yoga 
    Yoga is the science of being in the here and now. In these talks on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Osho shows us how to move toward this state where “simply looking while the mind flows, a time comes when by itself, of itself, the mind stops.”
  • The Path of Yoga 
    Yoga is now internationally an integral part of our health-conscious cultural landscape. It is practiced by millions for health and fitness reasons. While Yoga is seen and practiced mostly as a body exercise program, the interest in the philosophical and spiritual dimension of Yoga is growing.
  • The Perfect Way 
    A rare book of meditation in which Osho calls himself a «dream breaker.» His method of dream breaking includes a meticulous guided tour through the maze of our own minds, toward the inner world of self, toward the zone of silence.
  • Pharmacy for the Soul 
    Also available in Spanish and Swedish, this is a collection of easy-to-do techniques for dealing with the ups & downs of everyday life.
  • Philosophia Perennis, Series 2 
    In this book Osho sheds light on the ancient and little-known teachings of Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician and mystic. . This is the second collection of talks in the series that Osho titled Philosophia Perennis, meaning the perennial philosophy, the timeless laws of existence.
  • Philosophia Perennis, Vol. 1 (Series 1) 
    As well as being a famous mathematician, Pythagoras also traveled extensively in search of truth, learning from many mystery schools. Had he been listened to, says Osho, the history of the western world would have been totally different.
  • Power, Politics, and Change 
    Power, Politics, and Change takes on the conventional wisdom that “power corrupts” and proposes instead that those who seek power are already corrupt: Once they attain their goal, their corruption simply has the opportunity to express itself.

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  • The Rebel 
    A handbook for the man of the future, The Rebel is a comprehensive guide to Osho as a planetary visionary.
  • Rebellion, Revolution, and Religiousness 
    «Rebellion is individual action; it has nothing to do with the crowd. Rebellion has nothing to do with politics, power, violence. Rebellion has something to do with changing your consciousness, your silence, your being. It is a spiritual metamorphosis.» Osho
  • The Rebellious Spirit 
    In The Rebellious Spirit, Osho talks to the spirit that lies hidden within our social conditioning, fanning a flame strong enough to burn through layers of rubbish so that we can see with the crystal-clear gaze of an enlightened being.
  • Reflections on Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet 
    Osho examines Gibran’s poetic explorations of life – and goes further. He looks at whether Gibran is “a mystic of the highest order,” simply a poet “who speaks in words of gold” – or perhaps an extraordinary mixture of the two. Originally published in two volumes asThe Messiah.

  • The Revolution 
    A fiery book alive with Osho’s love for Kabir and for the only revolution that counts: enlightenment.

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  • Satyam Shivam Sundaram: Truth Godliness Beauty 
    An invitation by Osho to discover that the more comfortable we are with being ourselves, the easier it is to go beyond ourselves – to be able to relax, meditate, laugh at ourselves and enjoy our lives each and every moment.
  • The Search 
    Osho talks on the ten paintings that tell the famous Zen story of a farmer in search of his lost bull, providing an allegorical expression of the search for enlightenment.
  • The Secret of Secrets 
    Osho speaks on the magical sutras of Master Lu-tsu, which he describes as … ”a flowering of the Taoist approach to life and existence».
  • Seeds of Wisdom 
    Intimate, simple, and laced with personal anecdotes and insights, this book is a collection of 120 personal letters written by Osho to one of his disciples.
  • Sermons in Stones 
    Answering seeker’s questions Osho explores the theme of the individual’s responsibility in creating the world we live in.
  • Sex Matters 
    Now in paperback, the profoundly simple and compassionate Osho insights into this most compelling of human energies are collected into one volume…
  • Showering without Clouds 
    Osho talks on Sahajo, an enlightened woman from eighteenth-century Rajasthan, about what it means to be a woman and a seeker.
  • The Song of Ecstasy 
    Osho speaks on Adi Shankaracharya, the enlightened mystic from eighth-century India. He was a formidable scholar who could also sing his song of ecstasy and dance his joy in life.
  • Speak to Us of Love 
    Introducing us to the most famous poems of the Lebanese poet Kahlil Gibran, Osho takes the reader into a mystical world, addressing essential issues in everybody’s life.
  • The Supreme Doctrine 
    In this book Osho speaks on the ancient Indian Vedic scriptures to his first Western audience. The Supreme Doctrine deals in depth with many aspects of meditation – the fundamentals of how to move intensely and totally into this experience spoken of by the seers in the Ken Upanishad.

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  • Take It Easy 
    Osho shows us how these verses by the fourteenth Zen master, Ikkyu, can stir the heart, touch the being and help our transformation.
  • The Tantra Experience (New Edition) 
    The world of Tantra has no division between higher and lower. Osho shows how, living this vision, new heights of consciousness and freedom are realized.
  • The Tantra Experience 
    An absorbing book about the relationship between Saraha, an affluent young Brahmin, and a lower-cast arrowsmith woman – he as disciple and she as his Tantric master.
  • Tantra: The Supreme Understanding 
    The ultimate may not be expressible, but whatsoever can be said is included here within the tantric vision of Osho and Tilopa. A key insight is given and the door opens to understanding, acceptance and transcendence.
  • Tantric Transformation 
    In this second volume of Osho’s talks on Saraha’s Royal Song, Osho explains the goal of Tantra. He describes the Tantra map of inner consciousness, including the four seals or locks that open in us as we move higher in meditation.
  • Tantric Transformation (New Edition) 
    This uplifting book gives a taste of Osho’s life-affirmative, accepting and far-reaching wisdom, as he comments on The Royal Song of Saraha and answers questions.
    The world of Tantra has no division between higher and lower. The simple, ordinary things of life are transformed into great things when we enter into them totally. Osho shows how, living this vision, new heights of consciousness and freedom are realized.
  • Tao: The Pathless Path 
    Timeless Taoist stories retold for the 21st century, with an emphasis on lessons about true happiness and true understanding.
  • Tao: The State and the Art 
    In Tao, Osho takes readers on an exciting journey into the world of Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, Lieh Tzu, Ko Hsuan, and the world of Taoism, one of the four major traditions of China.
  • Tarot in the Spirit of Zen (USA Edition) 
    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.
  • This. This. A Thousand Times This 
    Zen, meditation, is “the great adventure” – the adventure of turning in and discovering the treasures hidden within each one of us. In this book Osho explains the limitations of the intellect, and shows how to explore the dimensions that lie beyond it, inviting us to experience that we are much more than our minds.
  • The True Sage 
    Osho speaks on stories from The Tales of Hasidism by Martin Buber, a work he calls a tremendous service for seekers.

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  • The Ultimate Alchemy, Vol.1 
    In these talks on the ancient scripture, the Atma Pooja Upanishad, Osho reveals many alchemical secrets of the «ultimate» alchemy – the refinement of man’s baser nature into the pure gold of cosmic consciousness – and describes many meditation techniques to assist this process.
  • The Ultimate Alchemy, Vol.2 
    Speaking on the Atma Pooja Upanishad, Osho responds to it in a way that helps present day seekers find their own truth within.
  • Unio Mystica, Vol. 1 
    This is the first of a two volume series on the twelfth century Persian court poet, Sanai’s Hadiqa, about which Osho says: «Such books are not written, they are born. These words are saturated with satori.»
  • Unio Mystica, Vol. 2 
    Speaking on Hakim Sanai’s verses, Osho presents his views on war and the political mind. He offers a fresh outlook, a blueprint for cutting the roots of the destructive political mind of man, and creating a human being who can celebrate life, in its totality.

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  • Vedanta: Seven Steps to Samadhi 
    During a nine day meditation camp at Mount Abu, Osho comments on verses from the Akshya Upanishad and its “seven steps to samadhi,” bringing contemporary relevance to the 5000-year-old teachings.

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  • When the Shoe Fits 
    Now, a quality paperback edition of this much-loved Osho classic is available in bookshops everywhere.
  • Work Is Love Made Visible 
    Osho discusses the issues that work brings up around hierarchy, power, responsibility and relating—demonstrating at the same time a supreme respect for each person’s individuality, dignity and freedom.

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  • Yaa-Hoo! The Mystic Rose (Second Edition) 
    This series will take you step by step on an enchanting journey of words, silence, laughter, tears and pictures as Osho creates the first of his revolutionary OSHO Meditative Therapies.
  • Yakusan: Straight to the Point of Enlightenment 
    A collection of five talks given on stories of the Zen master, Yakusan. Osho uses these anecdotes as a springboard into the reality of the Zen approach to truth, a book not so much «about» Zen, but instead a Zen look at the world around us.
  • Yoga 
    A selection of five talks from the classic ten-volume series illuminating Patanjali’s yoga sutras, plus selected responses to questions.
  • Yoga: The Science of the Soul 
    Osho explains the meanings of some of the most important yoga sutras of Patanjali, an early “scientist of the soul.” An invaluable resource for anyone seeking a better understanding of the intricate and powerful relationship that exists between body and mind.
  • Your Answers Questioned 
    A collection of pithy and provocative Osho quotes to challenge the habitual ways we view the world. Illustrated with beautiful black & white photos.

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  • Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance 
    In this commentary on Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spake Zarathustra, Osho unravels the mystery of man’s three metamorphoses – from camel to lion to child.
  • Zen 
    Only once in the history of human consciousness, says Osho, has a thing like Zen come into being.
  • The Zen Manifesto: Freedom from Oneself (First Edition) 
    A collection of the last talks given publicly by Osho, in which he makes it clear that the West’s comprehension of Zen is still largely intellectual, rather than truly recognizing the penetrating experiential truth that Zen points to — which extends far, far beyond the mind.
  • Zen: The Mystery and Poetry of the Beyond 
    Through enigmatic Zen anecdotes and questions from seekers, Osho exposes the narrow-mindedness of organized religions and sheds light on the ecological and social crises facing us today.
  • Zen: The Path of Paradox 
    In these commentaries on Zen anecdotes and stories, Osho leads the reader step by step through the mystery of the words into a deeper understanding of this unique approach to life.
  • Zen: The Solitary Bird, Cuckoo of the Forest 
    Osho’s extraordinary talks on Zen are recognized works of genius, studied in Zen monasteries and universities throughout the world. His inspiring books cover everything from the wisdom of the world’s mystics to answers to intensely personal questions about meditation and the inner search.

 

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  • Above All, Don’t Wobble 
    These recorded evening meetings give the phenomenon of enlightenment a contemporary, personal focus. One by one, disciples and visitors sit in front of Osho, alone or as part of a therapy group, to receive his individualized advice on their questions and life experiences.
  • Absolute Tao 
    Tao is, as is Osho, the way of wholeness: not dividing anything, not denying anything – he remains choiceless.
  • Absolute Tao (New Edition) 
    Osho is using the Tao Te Ching as Lao Tzu intended: to ignite the flame of individual awareness and insight.
  • The Alchemy of Yoga 
    In these talks on the sutras of Patanjali, Osho guides us into the world of Yoga of naturalness and sensitivity that reaches far beyond the body, through our body and our way of daily living.
  • Ancient Music in the Pines 
    Today, humanity is caught up in the mad complexity of the mind and there is an urgent need to rediscover simplicity and innocence.
  • And Now and Here 
    Osho debunks our myths and misunderstandings around death and invites us to experience our eternal inner space – now and here – through guided meditations. One of these meditations has been recorded with music and is included as a CD with this book.
  • And the Flowers Showered 
    A beautiful and simple introduction to the unique world of Zen. Commenting on eleven Zen anecdotes, Osho explores a diverse range of issues encountered by man as moves on the spiritual search.
  • And the Flowers Showered (New Edition) 
    Using eleven Zen stories as a starting point and diving deep into their mysterious world, he then weaves his magical clarity on many diverse contemporary topics. From the true meaning of happiness to an understanding of the process of death, it’s all here. To begin reading this book is to commence a journey into the world of wonder.
  • The Art of Dying 
    Osho speaks on classic Hasidic stories compiled by the Jewish philosopher, Martin Buber – a great tradition of laughing saints and wonderful tales.
  • The Art of Living 
    Osho presents and explores five principles: nonviolence, non-possessiveness, non-theft, non-desire, and non-unawareness. He shows how they can be applied to everyday life by bringing awareness to the simplest of actions and the minutest of details, as well as to the most powerful of human energies, sex.
  • At the Feet of the Master 
    This volume, illustrated with black and white photos, is a compilation from thirty published darshan diaries – transcriptions of what was said when thousands of people from all over the world came to Osho and literally, one by one, sat at his feet
  • Awareness 
    Once we can identify and understand what the quality of awareness is, we have the key to self-mastery in virtually every area of our lives.

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  • Be Still and Know 
    In this very special series of questions and answers Osho talks on the death and enlightenment of his own father, which occurred at this time. He also shines his unique light on subjects as diverse as science and meditation, personality and essence, homosexuality, witnessing, and silence.
  • Behind a Thousand Names 
    In these talks on one of the ancient Indian Upanishad scriptures, the Nirvana Upanishad, the enlightened mystic Osho explores the essential nature of spiritual longing, the moving force behind every seeker’s quest for truth – truth beyond the many names we call it and claim to know it by.
  • Being in Love 
    What Is Love? In this thoughtful, provocative work, Osho—one of the most revolutionary thinkers of our time—challenges us to question what we think we know about love and opens us to the possibility of a love that is natural, fulfilling, and free of possessiveness and jealousy.
  • Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism 
    In Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism, Osho brings his unique and often surprising perspective to the religious, political, social and economic forces that drive people into opposing camps, fanatical groups, and belief systems that depend on seeing every “other” as the “enemy.”
  • The Beloved, Vol. 1 
    Osho introduces the wild, dancing, sane-crazy world of the Bauls, the mystics of Bengal in these series of talks based on their songs.
  • The Beloved, Vol. 2 
    Ten talks based on the natural, magical wisdom inherent in the songs of these delicious madmen, mystics, fools and poets, the Bauls of Bengal.
  • Beyond Enlightenment 
    These are talks by a man who has known enlightenment – and left it far behind. Osho explores the subject from the inside, revealing the inner workings of a mystic.
  • Beyond Psychology 
    Osho shows us that the real meaning of taking responsibility is to go beyond the narrow confines of the mind – to move beyond our psychology and into consciousness.
  • Beyond Psychology (New Edition) 
    In Beyond Psychology Osho tells anecdotes ranging from his escapades as a young man, to his treatment at the hands of governments around the world, who fear his outspokenness to such an extent that they refuse him entry to their countries. Osho’s responses urge the reader to experience that which can only be found beyond the mind and behavior that are imposed by society and enforced by religions from an early age.
  • A Bird on the Wing (available for pre-order) 
    This book is about the inner search and personal transformation, sharing insights that address our deepest question of life, introducing 11 teaching stories from different Zen masters.
  • Bodhidharma: The Greatest Zen Master 
    Bodhidharma is named as the 26th Zen Patriarch in the line emanating from Gautam Buddha. However, as Osho says, he shows even “higher flights” than Buddha – who would not accept any female disciples – as his master was the enlightened woman, Pragyatara.
  • Body Mind Balancing 
    Understanding how relaxation and meditation can help you reconnect with and heal your body, complete with a guided audio process on CD
  • The Book of Secrets 
    In The Book of Secrets we are invited to experience and experiment with the games and situations that everyday life brings through the tools of our senses.
  • Books I Have Loved 
    Having read thousands of the world’s greatest books on almost every conceivable subject, Osho shares the fragrance of some of his most loved in these spontaneous and intimate talks.
  • Born With a Question Mark in Your Heart 
    ’Born with a Question Mark in Your Heart’ continues the AUTHENTIC LIVING series by Osho with talks by the contemporary mystic during his stay in the United States. Osho says: «It is fortunate that man is born with a question mark, otherwise he would be just another species of animal.»
  • Buddha 
    An authority on the world’s spiritual traditions, Osho was celebrated for his unique ability to refresh ancient wisdoms for a contemporary audience. Here he takes the reader on an exciting journey into the life and world of Prince Gautam Siddhartha, who became the Buddha.
  • The Buddha Said (UK Edition) 
    Osho explains the relevance of Buddha’s «Sutra of 42 Chapters» for our times – line by line, in fresh and contemporary language.
  • The Buddha Said (USA Edition) 
    Osho explains the relevance of Buddha’s «Sutra of 42 Chapters» for our times – line by line, in fresh and contemporary language.

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  • Come Follow To You, Vol. 1 
    Osho makes a clear distinction between the rebel called Jesus Christ and the religion that followed after him – Christianity.
  • Come Follow to You, Vol. 2 
    Osho resurrects the essential core of Jesus’ message: a religiousness which embraces silence, celebration and a moment-to-moment appreciation of life and existence. He explains how each one of us can rediscover our individuality and uniqueness and become a light unto ourselves.
  • Come, Come, Yet Again Come (New Edition) 
    In this collection of responses to questions, Osho captures his entire message: “My whole teaching consists of two words, meditation and love.” Here, he also introduces his vision of the new man who embodies the teaching – Zorba the Buddha.
  • Compassion 
    Tenth and last in the «Insights for a New Way of Living» series, and includes a DVD of an Osho talk.
  • Compassion and Revolution 
    Compassion and Revolution is a beautiful, compact little book, full of true generosity of spirit. What are the hurdles we face in being happy in our lives? Where did those difficulties come from? How can we rediscover the powerful play of our own energy, and trust it to guide us in day-to-day living?
  • Creativity: Unleashing the Forces Within 
    A creative person is one who has insight, who can see things nobody else has ever seen before, who hears things that nobody has heard before — then there is creativity.
  • A Cup of Tea 
    A beautifully bound collection of 365 letters written by Osho to his disciples and friends, during the time he was traveling in India from the 1950’s through the early 1970’s.

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  • Danger: Truth at Work 
    Danger: Truth at Work goes to the heart of our most fundamental human issues. Why can’t we just live happily and be content? While we seem to have all the knowledge we need to solve our problems, we haven’t.
  • Destiny, Freedom, and the Soul 
    This book explores deeply human questions, such as: Is there really such a thing as “soul,” and if so, what is it? Where does the concept of karma fit in? Does my life have a special meaning or purpose?
  • The Diamond Sutra 
    In this book Osho offers his unique and highly accessible interpretation of the Buddha’s words.
  • The Diamond Sword 
    Osho speaks on the essential and timeless path of meditation, of going within ourselves rather than looking to the outer world for fulfillment and recognition.
  • Die O Yogi Die 
    Gorakh is one of the four people whom Osho calls “the foundation stones of Indian mysticism.” This book is about the death of the ego, about practical steps to live a full and aware life without being run over by it.
  • Dimensions Beyond the Known 
    Osho talks in depth on many mysteries, including: what happens after death, reincarnation, and the esoteric roots of religious experience.

E

  • Earthen Lamps 
    What a precious small book this is – a great gift item or bedside companion. It is one of the very few books that is handwritten, rather than spoken, by Osho.
  • Ecstasy: The Forgotten Language 
    The words of Kabir – a mystic, a weaver, and a poet who can touch the earth and catch the stars with his transcendent verses – are the starting point for these inspiring talks on how to live our lives to their utmost potential.
  • Emotional Wellness 
    Osho sets out clearly, with compassion and humor, his insight and understanding of where emotions come from, and how to use that energy in creative ways.
  • The Empty Boat 
    In this highly accessible introduction to Zen and its spiritual origins, Osho talks on the stories of Chinese mystic Chuang Tzu, revitalizing the 300-year-old Taoist message of self-realization.
  • Enlightenment: The Only Revolution 
    Powerful and penetrating talks on the famous dialogue between the mystic Ashtavakra – one of Osho’s favorite ancient Indian masters – and King Janak.
  • The Eternal Quest 
    An introduction to Osho’s vision for those whose material needs are fulfilled, and who are now aching to discover something beyond learning the knack of social and psychological adjustment.
  • Everyday Osho 
    A daybook of Osho insights to bring more awareness and understanding to all the large & small experiences of daily life.

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  • The Fabric of Life 
    Kabir was a 15th century mystic and weaver. Taking his songs as a starting point, Osho shares insights into such questions as love, the implications of money, how people communicate with each other, the longing for personal freedom, and finding happiness beyond our desires. All these are issues woven into the fabric of life.
  • Fear 
    A journey through what makes human beings afraid, into a new relationship with our fears.
  • Finding Your Own Way 
    This is the first of four volumes in which Osho comments on the 42 earliest-known teachings of Buddha. Here is Buddha alive, relevant, scientific in insight, and very human.
  • Finger Pointing to the Moon 
    These seventeen talks on the Adhyatma Upanishad were given at a meditation camp at Mount Abu, Rajasthan. Of the Upanishads, Osho says, «They are not religious scriptures. They are poetic expressions of those who have known.»
  • Flight of the Alone to the Alone 
    Kaivalya means the moment in your consciousness when you are utterly alone. Talks on the Kaivalya Upanishad given at a meditation camp at Mt. Abu, India.
  • Freedom 
    In a special selection from Osho’s many talks, this book explores the three kinds of freedom and what role each of them plays in the human search for an authentic way of living.
  • From Bondage to Freedom 
    A deeply moving account of a rare and provocative experiment in human growth, these are Osho’s last discourses given in the USA.
  • From Death to Deathlessness 
    Sensing the storm about to descend on his American commune, Osho responds to residents’ and visitors’ questions. The topics cover the whole spectrum of human concerns.
  • From Medication to Meditation 
    Here is a book written in a language that is fresh, profound, entertaining and understandable for all those who wonder whether meditation can help them enjoy better health and a greater sense of well-being.
  • From Sex to Superconsciousness 
    Osho speaks on the need and the way to understand sex in its deepest sense, thereby transforming it. The life energy that flows into sex is the same life energy that becomes superconsciousness, enlightenment. This book is a detailed description of the way this transformation happens.
  • From Unconsciousness to Consciousness 
    Osho ends three years of silence and begins an entirely new phase of his work. Sometimes shocking and always humorous, he exposes the lies to which society still so earnestly adheres.

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  • Glimpses of a Golden Childhood 
    An all-time favorite in which Osho recalls his rebellious and mischievous childhood. A wonderful series of anecdotes and stories that include tales of the artists, musicians, magicians and enlightened beings who befriended him as a child.
  • The God Conspiracy 
    The God Conspiracy exposes the age-old alliance of the politician and the priest against human freedom,joy, pleasure, comfort and luxury. The politician pays homage to the priest in order to legitimize his power, and the priest enforces the rules of individual behavior – all in the name of God.
  • Gold Nuggets 
    All you have is this very moment, do not go on postponing
  • The Goose is Out (New Edition) 
    That which is never lost cannot be found, and to search for it is absurd. But the moment this absurdity is understood all seeking stops by itself and that which is never lost is found!
  • The Goose Is Out 
    Osho penetrates the prejudices and beliefs we have gathered as our protection against the truth.
  • The Great Secret 
    Osho uses ten of Kabir’s incomparable songs that revolve around «the beloved» — the Sufi expression for the state of enlightenment.
  • Guida Spirituale 
    This book is a twenty-first century survival manual for the spirit of man, to help him awaken from his deep spiritual sleep. Delightful stories and anecdotes inspired by the Desiderata.

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  • Hammer on the Rock 
    This is a diary of intimate meetings between people of all ages and from all walks of life with a modern buddha, Osho. The issues: sex, work, relationships, death and meditation.
  • The Heart Sutra (New Edition) 
    The Prajnaparamita Hridayam Sutra is the most important sutra in Buddhist literature; it is at the very heart of the Buddhist message, and is chanted daily by millions across the world. In illuminating these verses, Osho uses simple, straightforward language that encourages the reader to search within for his own understanding.
  • The Heart Sutra 
    Talks on the Heart Sutra, The Prajnaparamita Haridayam Sutra of Gautama the Buddha reveal his essential teachings: the merging of negative and positive, the insubstantiality of the ego, and the buddha-nature of all of existence.
  • Heartbeat of the Absolute 
    In these talks Osho gives during a meditation camp, sutras from these ancient Sanskrit scriptures – the Ishavasya Upanishad – are transmuted into stunning insights that can open the reader’s eyes to his own inner reality.
  • The Hidden Harmony 
    If Heraclitus had been born in India rather than Greece, says Osho, he would have been recognized not simply as a philosopher but as a buddha, a mystic.
  • Hidden Mysteries 
    Osho explains how the significance of temples, statues, places of pilgrimage, incense, mantras and astrology, have all been debased or lost over thousands of years.
  • Hidden Mysteries (New Reprint) 
    Osho explains how the significance of temples, statues, places of pilgrimage, incense, mantras and astrology, have all been debased or lost over thousands of years.
  • Hsin Hsin Ming: The Book of Nothing 
    A masterful and eminently readable introduction to the unique wisdom of Zen, especially its profound understanding of the mind and its functioning.
    See also The Book of Nothing: Hsin Hsin Ming

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  • I Am the Gate 
    This book is a timeless classic that has served as an introduction for many people to Osho’s vision. Eight discourses to push the reader over the edge of the intellect into the mysterious, the esoteric and the transcendental.
  • I Am the Gate (New Edition) 
    This is the book where Osho talks about himself – not as a man, not even as a mystic, but as a manifestation of existence itself.
  • I Celebrate Myself: God Is No Where, Life Is Now Here (New Edition) 
    I Celebrate Myself is a remarkable book in which Osho demolishes the belief in “a God above.” The way in which all religions have kept man weighed down with guilt and judgments through the domination of the priests is laid bare. And yet this book is also a joyous celebration of each one of us, showing us that celebration is our natural state of being.
  • I Say Unto You (available for pre-order) 
    What if Jesus were not a supernatural being conceived by a virgin, but a real human being who had experienced the awakening of consciousness known as “enlightenment” in the East?
  • I Say Unto You, Vol.1 
    In I Say Unto You, we are introduced to a dynamic, compassionate, intelligent, loving Jesus, who speaks in a plain and simple way that everyone can understand, rather than the long-faced, sad and tortured man often depicted down the centuries.

    Osho looks with a crystal-clear perception and humor at Jesus’ work, inviting us to see the parables and miracles as metaphors of the inner world.

  • In Search of the Miraculous 
    This is an unusual and fascinating read for anyone who is interested in the practical application of the esoteric aspects of mysticism, and the science of human energy as it is understood in the East.
  • India My Love 
    Beautifully illustrated with color photos, India My Love: A Spiritual Journey is a mystery tour with Osho as guide and storyteller.
  • The Inner Journey 
    The Inner Journey is a precise manual for tuning the body, mind, heart and hara to an inner balance and harmony to prepare ourselves for the experience of meditation.
  • Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder 
    Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder looks to each person’s last state of innocence–childhood–to recover the ability to truly be curious.
  • Intelligence 
    Intelligence, says Osho, is not a highly trained intellect — on the contrary, the knowledgeability of intellect is one of the greatest barriers.
  • Intimacy 
    Osho takes the reader step by step through what makes people afraid of intimacy, and how to nourish ourselves and our relationsihps to support more openness and trust..
  • Intuition 
    Some people obviously have it, and some people obviously don’t. Women are famous for it. And men who are gifted with it and know how to act on it often are known as great leaders in politics, business or war. What is it?

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  • The Journey of Being Human 
    Man is a bridge, says Osho, between the animal and the divine – and our awareness of this dual aspect of our nature is what makes us human.
  • Journey to the Heart 
    Osho entices us to the unknown, the ultimate. This journey is the greatest adventure open to man. It is one which requires the greatest daring, and one in which we have to risk our all.
  • Joy 
    Joy is the spiritual dimension of happiness, in which one begins to understand one’s intrinsic value and place in the universe. Accepting joy is a decision to «go with the flow”. One of the 10 bestselling titles of “Insights for a New Way of Living” series.
  • Just Like That 
    With humor and sensitivity Osho brings traditional Sufi stories into the 21st Century, revealing their hidden dimensions and adding his own.

K

  • Kyozan: A True Man of Zen 
    Osho uses Kyozan’s life to make Zen as accessible to the contemporary seeker as preparing a cup of tea.

L

  • The Last Morning Star 
    Talking on the playful and provocative poetry of the enlightened woman mystic, Daya, Osho takes us on a journey from the transient, from our world outside, to the eternal, our boundless world within.
  • Learning to Silence the Mind 
    The mind, says Osho, has the potential to be enormously creative in dealing with the challenges of everyday life, and the problems of the world in which we live. The difficulty, however, is that instead of using the mind as a helpful servant we have largely allowed it to become the master of our lives.
  • Life Is a Soap Bubble 
    If you have come to the point where you feel there must be something more to life and are ready to explore other dimensions of your being, this collection of thoughts will provide an essential road map.
  • Life, Love, Laughter 
    A collection of reflections on three things that make us human – our longing to know the meaning of life, our capacity for love, and our ability to laugh. It mixes ancient Zen stories and contemporary jokes – and helps us to find love, laughter, and ultimately, happiness.
  • Live Zen 
    Osho leads us through the mysterious world of the ancient Zen masters. When illuminated by his words and silences, seemingly insoluble riddles become doorways to the mysteries of existence, to ourselves.
  • Living Dangerously 
    “Be creative. Be ordinary. The golden rule for life is that there are no golden rules.”
  • Living on Your Own Terms 
    “People can be happy only in one way, and that is if they are authentically themselves. Then the springs of happiness start flowing; they become more alive, they become a joy to see, a joy to be with; they are a song, they are a dance.” Osho
  • Living Tao 
    In his “Tao Te Ching”, Lao Tzu wrote essential truths on the natural way to live. Osho highlights the paradoxical nature of these truths, pointing out that living the paradox is the whole process of meditation.
  • Love – Freedom – Aloneness 
    Osho cuts through the nonsense of our relationship dramas and shows how we can be in love and yet free, together and yet able to take our own space when we need it..

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  • The Magic of Self-Respect (Hardcover) 
    So much of the experience of everyday life, says Osho in this insightful guide, is shaped by religious and social conditioning — and we are not even aware of the fact. We are constantly being pulled away from the unique nature that is our birthright.
  • The Magic of Self-Respect (Paperback) 
    So much of the experience of everyday life, says Osho in this insightful guide, is shaped by religious and social conditioning — and we are not even aware of the fact. We are constantly being pulled away from the unique nature that is our birthright.
  • The Man of Truth 
    Osho – who has been described by the international press as “an oracle of modern times,” yet who describes himself as simply an “ordinary man” – responds to questions from the world’s media.
    Included in this book is a DVD of an incomparable press interview.
  • The Man Who Loved Seagulls 
    Essential stories and parables from the world’s great wisdom traditions of Zen, Taoism, Christianity, and Judaism.
  • Maturity: The Responsibility of Being Oneself 
    In a culture infatuated with youth, and determined to avoid old age at all costs, this book dares to raise a question that has been all but forgotten in the age of Viagra and cosmetic surgery.
  • Meditation: The Art of Ecstasy 
    Osho answers fundamental questions about meditation and gives a detailed description of each stage of his most revolutionary meditation technique, the OSHO Dynamic Meditation.
  • Meditation: The First and Last Freedom 
    A practical, step-by-step guide to sixty-three meditation techniques, selected or created by Osho. This book is an invaluable companion for anyone interested in meditation.
  • The Message Beyond Words 
    The Kathopanishad is the ancient Indian scripture that has been used much like the Tibetan Bardo, to help the dying on their way. Osho’s commentary on this mysterious and touching story brings light and clarity to an inevitability that touches us all.
  • Moral, Immoral, Amoral 
    “I don’t say cultivate morality; I say become more conscious, and you will be moral. But that morality will have a totally different flavor to it. It will be spontaneous; it will not be ready-made.” Osho
  • The Mustard Seed 
    This timely book explores the wisdom of the Gnostic Jesus, who challenges our preconceptions about the world and ourselves.
  • The Mystery beyond Mind 
    Although Patanjali’s sutras are more than two thousand years old, Osho brings them right up to date in these talks, revealing the innate wisdom they carry for humanity, that reaches beyond time.

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  • The New Alchemy: To Turn You On 
    The New Alchemy: To Turn You On is a practical, detailed guide for those exploring meditation. Osho explains the steps and pitfalls along the way directly, simply and playfully.
  • Nine Sutras 
    Osho talks for the first time on his own Nine Sutras. Opening boundless new dimensions to the meaning and significance of the word yoga. He illuminates its vast scope and takes us way beyond what may well be our limited and limiting understanding of it.
  • Nirvana: The Last Nightmare (New Edition) 
    Nirvana has become an idealized word associated with the juxtaposition of a cult rock celebrity who died before his time and a vague new age version of Eastern religion. An altered state to be hoped for, but likely unattainable, reinforcing that all too familiar uneasiness associated with never being able to have what we truly desire in life.
  • No Water, No Moon 
    Brimming with absurdities and humor, Osho is guaranteed to shake, shock and delight with these discourses based on Zen stories.
  • No Water, No Moon (New Edition) 
    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.
  • Notes of a Madman 
    These talks were given in the unlikely setting of Osho’s dental sessions. Osho speaks in a poetic way on anything that comes to him. It is a rare and intimate glimpse of an enlightened being.
  • Nowhere To Go but In 
    Osho guides people away from asking superficial “religious” and intellectual questions to opening up and exposing themselves in real questions.

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  • One Seed Can Make the Whole Earth Green 
    In Osho’s understanding Zen is the approach to religion that has not put fetters on mankind. These four talks pay homage to Zen’s reverence for life and its celebration of the everyday.
  • The Osho Upanishad (New Edition) 
    This book is a unique and fascinating chronicle of the play that happens between seekers asking for answers to their burning questions, and Osho giving his farsighted and to-the-point responses.
  • The Osho Upanishad 
    This book begins with the question, «Could you please explain the work of a mystery school?» And Osho goes on to describe the support that such schools give to the seekers of truth, throughout time, the world over.
  • The OSHO Zen TarotTM 
    The traditional tarot is often used to satisfy our longing to understand the past, or to predict the future. This Osho Zen Tarot focuses on gaining an understanding of the here and now.

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  • The Path of Love (available for pre-order) 
    Kabir is a 15th-century Indian mystic. Born a lower-caste weaver, Kabir opposed superstition, empty ritualism and bigotry. His teachings include scathing attacks against Brahmanical pride, caste prejudice and the very concept of untouchability, as well as exposing the dogmatism and bigotry he perceived around him.
  • The Path of Love (Second Edition) 
    In The Path of Love the exquisite songs of the fifteenth century mystic and poet Kabir are explored through Osho’s insight, vision and understanding of the eternal in man.
  • The Path of Love (Third Edition) 
    In The Path of Love the exquisite songs of the fifteenth century mystic and poet Kabir are explored through Osho�s insight, vision, and understanding of the eternal in man.
  • The Path of Meditation 
    These talks are transcriptions of a meditation program led by Osho in the beautiful hills of Mahabaleshwar. It is a must-read for both the new and the experienced meditator.
  • The Path of the Mystic 
    Osho answers questions that explore the most basic and overlooked corners of our human experience. He delves into the mystical, talking on past lives, the dynamic yet subtle combination of meditation and hypnosis, and on the Bardo – the ancient Tibetan instructions for the dying.
  • The Path of Yoga 
    Yoga is the science of being in the here and now. In these talks on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Osho shows us how to move toward this state where “simply looking while the mind flows, a time comes when by itself, of itself, the mind stops.”
  • The Path of Yoga 
    Yoga is now internationally an integral part of our health-conscious cultural landscape. It is practiced by millions for health and fitness reasons. While Yoga is seen and practiced mostly as a body exercise program, the interest in the philosophical and spiritual dimension of Yoga is growing.
  • The Perfect Way 
    A rare book of meditation in which Osho calls himself a «dream breaker.» His method of dream breaking includes a meticulous guided tour through the maze of our own minds, toward the inner world of self, toward the zone of silence.
  • Pharmacy for the Soul 
    Also available in Spanish and Swedish, this is a collection of easy-to-do techniques for dealing with the ups & downs of everyday life.
  • Philosophia Perennis, Series 2 
    In this book Osho sheds light on the ancient and little-known teachings of Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician and mystic. . This is the second collection of talks in the series that Osho titled Philosophia Perennis, meaning the perennial philosophy, the timeless laws of existence.
  • Philosophia Perennis, Vol. 1 (Series 1) 
    As well as being a famous mathematician, Pythagoras also traveled extensively in search of truth, learning from many mystery schools. Had he been listened to, says Osho, the history of the western world would have been totally different.
  • Power, Politics, and Change 
    Power, Politics, and Change takes on the conventional wisdom that “power corrupts” and proposes instead that those who seek power are already corrupt: Once they attain their goal, their corruption simply has the opportunity to express itself.

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  • The Rebel 
    A handbook for the man of the future, The Rebel is a comprehensive guide to Osho as a planetary visionary.
  • Rebellion, Revolution, and Religiousness 
    «Rebellion is individual action; it has nothing to do with the crowd. Rebellion has nothing to do with politics, power, violence. Rebellion has something to do with changing your consciousness, your silence, your being. It is a spiritual metamorphosis.» Osho
  • The Rebellious Spirit 
    In The Rebellious Spirit, Osho talks to the spirit that lies hidden within our social conditioning, fanning a flame strong enough to burn through layers of rubbish so that we can see with the crystal-clear gaze of an enlightened being.
  • Reflections on Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet 
    Osho examines Gibran’s poetic explorations of life – and goes further. He looks at whether Gibran is “a mystic of the highest order,” simply a poet “who speaks in words of gold” – or perhaps an extraordinary mixture of the two. Originally published in two volumes asThe Messiah.

  • The Revolution 
    A fiery book alive with Osho’s love for Kabir and for the only revolution that counts: enlightenment.

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  • Satyam Shivam Sundaram: Truth Godliness Beauty 
    An invitation by Osho to discover that the more comfortable we are with being ourselves, the easier it is to go beyond ourselves – to be able to relax, meditate, laugh at ourselves and enjoy our lives each and every moment.
  • The Search 
    Osho talks on the ten paintings that tell the famous Zen story of a farmer in search of his lost bull, providing an allegorical expression of the search for enlightenment.
  • The Secret of Secrets 
    Osho speaks on the magical sutras of Master Lu-tsu, which he describes as … ”a flowering of the Taoist approach to life and existence».
  • Seeds of Wisdom 
    Intimate, simple, and laced with personal anecdotes and insights, this book is a collection of 120 personal letters written by Osho to one of his disciples.
  • Sermons in Stones 
    Answering seeker’s questions Osho explores the theme of the individual’s responsibility in creating the world we live in.
  • Sex Matters 
    Now in paperback, the profoundly simple and compassionate Osho insights into this most compelling of human energies are collected into one volume…
  • Showering without Clouds 
    Osho talks on Sahajo, an enlightened woman from eighteenth-century Rajasthan, about what it means to be a woman and a seeker.
  • The Song of Ecstasy 
    Osho speaks on Adi Shankaracharya, the enlightened mystic from eighth-century India. He was a formidable scholar who could also sing his song of ecstasy and dance his joy in life.
  • Speak to Us of Love 
    Introducing us to the most famous poems of the Lebanese poet Kahlil Gibran, Osho takes the reader into a mystical world, addressing essential issues in everybody’s life.
  • The Supreme Doctrine 
    In this book Osho speaks on the ancient Indian Vedic scriptures to his first Western audience. The Supreme Doctrine deals in depth with many aspects of meditation – the fundamentals of how to move intensely and totally into this experience spoken of by the seers in the Ken Upanishad.

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  • Take It Easy 
    Osho shows us how these verses by the fourteenth Zen master, Ikkyu, can stir the heart, touch the being and help our transformation.
  • The Tantra Experience (New Edition) 
    The world of Tantra has no division between higher and lower. Osho shows how, living this vision, new heights of consciousness and freedom are realized.
  • The Tantra Experience 
    An absorbing book about the relationship between Saraha, an affluent young Brahmin, and a lower-cast arrowsmith woman – he as disciple and she as his Tantric master.
  • Tantra: The Supreme Understanding 
    The ultimate may not be expressible, but whatsoever can be said is included here within the tantric vision of Osho and Tilopa. A key insight is given and the door opens to understanding, acceptance and transcendence.
  • Tantric Transformation 
    In this second volume of Osho’s talks on Saraha’s Royal Song, Osho explains the goal of Tantra. He describes the Tantra map of inner consciousness, including the four seals or locks that open in us as we move higher in meditation.
  • Tantric Transformation (New Edition) 
    This uplifting book gives a taste of Osho’s life-affirmative, accepting and far-reaching wisdom, as he comments on The Royal Song of Saraha and answers questions.
    The world of Tantra has no division between higher and lower. The simple, ordinary things of life are transformed into great things when we enter into them totally. Osho shows how, living this vision, new heights of consciousness and freedom are realized.
  • Tao: The Pathless Path 
    Timeless Taoist stories retold for the 21st century, with an emphasis on lessons about true happiness and true understanding.
  • Tao: The State and the Art 
    In Tao, Osho takes readers on an exciting journey into the world of Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, Lieh Tzu, Ko Hsuan, and the world of Taoism, one of the four major traditions of China.
  • Tarot in the Spirit of Zen (USA Edition) 
    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.
  • This. This. A Thousand Times This 
    Zen, meditation, is “the great adventure” – the adventure of turning in and discovering the treasures hidden within each one of us. In this book Osho explains the limitations of the intellect, and shows how to explore the dimensions that lie beyond it, inviting us to experience that we are much more than our minds.
  • The True Sage 
    Osho speaks on stories from The Tales of Hasidism by Martin Buber, a work he calls a tremendous service for seekers.

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  • The Ultimate Alchemy, Vol.1 
    In these talks on the ancient scripture, the Atma Pooja Upanishad, Osho reveals many alchemical secrets of the «ultimate» alchemy – the refinement of man’s baser nature into the pure gold of cosmic consciousness – and describes many meditation techniques to assist this process.
  • The Ultimate Alchemy, Vol.2 
    Speaking on the Atma Pooja Upanishad, Osho responds to it in a way that helps present day seekers find their own truth within.
  • Unio Mystica, Vol. 1 
    This is the first of a two volume series on the twelfth century Persian court poet, Sanai’s Hadiqa, about which Osho says: «Such books are not written, they are born. These words are saturated with satori.»
  • Unio Mystica, Vol. 2 
    Speaking on Hakim Sanai’s verses, Osho presents his views on war and the political mind. He offers a fresh outlook, a blueprint for cutting the roots of the destructive political mind of man, and creating a human being who can celebrate life, in its totality.

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  • Vedanta: Seven Steps to Samadhi 
    During a nine day meditation camp at Mount Abu, Osho comments on verses from the Akshya Upanishad and its “seven steps to samadhi,” bringing contemporary relevance to the 5000-year-old teachings.

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  • When the Shoe Fits 
    Now, a quality paperback edition of this much-loved Osho classic is available in bookshops everywhere.
  • Work Is Love Made Visible 
    Osho discusses the issues that work brings up around hierarchy, power, responsibility and relating—demonstrating at the same time a supreme respect for each person’s individuality, dignity and freedom.

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  • Yaa-Hoo! The Mystic Rose (Second Edition) 
    This series will take you step by step on an enchanting journey of words, silence, laughter, tears and pictures as Osho creates the first of his revolutionary OSHO Meditative Therapies.
  • Yakusan: Straight to the Point of Enlightenment 
    A collection of five talks given on stories of the Zen master, Yakusan. Osho uses these anecdotes as a springboard into the reality of the Zen approach to truth, a book not so much «about» Zen, but instead a Zen look at the world around us.
  • Yoga 
    A selection of five talks from the classic ten-volume series illuminating Patanjali’s yoga sutras, plus selected responses to questions.
  • Yoga: The Science of the Soul 
    Osho explains the meanings of some of the most important yoga sutras of Patanjali, an early “scientist of the soul.” An invaluable resource for anyone seeking a better understanding of the intricate and powerful relationship that exists between body and mind.
  • Your Answers Questioned 
    A collection of pithy and provocative Osho quotes to challenge the habitual ways we view the world. Illustrated with beautiful black & white photos.

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  • Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance 
    In this commentary on Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spake Zarathustra, Osho unravels the mystery of man’s three metamorphoses – from camel to lion to child.
  • Zen 
    Only once in the history of human consciousness, says Osho, has a thing like Zen come into being.
  • The Zen Manifesto: Freedom from Oneself (First Edition) 
    A collection of the last talks given publicly by Osho, in which he makes it clear that the West’s comprehension of Zen is still largely intellectual, rather than truly recognizing the penetrating experiential truth that Zen points to — which extends far, far beyond the mind.
  • Zen: The Mystery and Poetry of the Beyond 
    Through enigmatic Zen anecdotes and questions from seekers, Osho exposes the narrow-mindedness of organized religions and sheds light on the ecological and social crises facing us today.
  • Zen: The Path of Paradox 
    In these commentaries on Zen anecdotes and stories, Osho leads the reader step by step through the mystery of the words into a deeper understanding of this unique approach to life.
  • Zen: The Solitary Bird, Cuckoo of the Forest 
    Osho’s extraordinary talks on Zen are recognized works of genius, studied in Zen monasteries and universities throughout the world. His inspiring books cover everything from the wisdom of the world’s mystics to answers to intensely personal questions about meditation and the inner search.

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