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The Osho Tantra Collection

The Osho Tantra Collection

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Review of The Tantra Experience
 
“With Osho as a guide Tantra can give you a new perspective, a new way of looking at yourself and at life, a new way of living in harmony with existence for Tantra is not an intellectual proposal, it is pure experience." Penguin Books
 
 
Osho, The Book of Secrets
112 Meditations to Discover the Mystery Within
 
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. The 4000-year-old Vigyan Bhairav Tantra is a compendium of highly condensed, telegraphic instructions for 112 different awareness techniques that bring us into the present moment. Osho describes each technique in detail, and explains how we can discover which is the best one for us and how to integrate it into our daily lives.
 
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Osho, Tantra: The Way of Acceptance
 
The message of Tantra endorses Osho’s understanding that only through total acceptance of ourselves can we grow. Osho speaks on Tantra meditation techniques (let go and surrender), and tantric love and spirituality in sex. Here the Tantra message — don’t live a repressed life, otherwise you don’t live at all — is made accessible and understandable to modern readers, who will learn to live a life of expression, creativity, and joy.
 
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Osho, From Sex to Superconsciousness
This small, infamous volume has been a bestseller for decades. Why? – because sex is our basic life energy, and transformation our longing.



Osho approaches the whole subject of sex humanly, humorously and scientifically. No one is born an expert on love and sex; one of life’s joys is to discover its sacredness, simplicity and naturalness. And once we bring understanding and harmony to sex, a door to superconsciousness opens.
 
“What is needed is an understanding, not a suppression. The deeper the understanding, the higher human beings rise. The less the understanding, the more human beings try to suppress. There are never any successful and healthy results out of suppression. Sex is the greatest energy in human life. But one has not to stop at it. Sex has to be transmuted into superconsciousness.” 
Osho
 
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Osho, Sex Matters
For the first time, the profoundly simple and compassionate Osho insights into this most compelling of human energies are collected into one volume in Sex Matters. The book begins with selections from the worldwide bestselling volume of talks first published under the title, From Sex to Superconsciousness. And continues with a broad sampling of Osho responses to heartfelt and real-life questions from young and old, men and women, parents and teachers, therapists and lovers. The sanest and most life-affirmative perspective you’ll ever find.
 
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Osho Talks on Tantra
Osho Audiobooks on Tantra:
 
Osho, The Book of Secrets, #32, “‘No Fight’ Is the Central Teaching”
 
Osho
Please explain whether the techniques you have discussed so far from Vigyan Bhairav Tantra belong to the science of yoga instead of to the actual and central subject matter of Tantra. What is the central subject matter of Tantra?
 
"This question arises to many. The techniques that we have discussed also belong to yoga. They are the same techniques, but with a difference: you can use the same techniques with a very different philosophy behind them. The framework, the pattern differs, not the technique. You may have a different attitude toward life, just the contrary to Tantra.”
 
To read more of this talk from, The Book of Secrets, #32 
 
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Osho, The Book of Secrets, #1, “The World of Tantra”
“First, the world of Vigyan Bhairav Tantra is not intellectual, it is not philosophical…. Tantra means technique. So this treatise is a scientific one. Science is not concerned with why, science is concerned with how. That is the basic difference between philosophy and science…. Tantra is science, Tantra is not philosophy…. As you are, you can understand philosophy – but not Tantra.”
 
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Osho, The Book of Secrets, #2, “The Path of Yoga and the Path of Tantra”
 
Osho,
What is the difference between traditional yoga and tantra? Are they the same?
 
“Tantra and yoga are basically different. They reach to the same goal; however, their paths are not only different, but contrary also. So this has to be understood very clearly.
 
“The yoga process is also methodology; yoga is also technique. Yoga is not philosophy, just like Tantra – yoga depends on action, method, technique. Doing leads to being in yoga also, but the process is different. In yoga one has to fight; it is the path of the warrior. On the path of Tantra one does not have to fight at all. Rather, on the contrary, one has to indulge – but with awareness.”
 
To read more of this talk from, The Book of Secrets, #2 
 
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Osho, The Book of Secrets, #42, “Alertness through Tantra”
“Tantra teaches the inner journey. Morality will happen, but that will be a consequence, not a prerequisite. Be clear about this distinction. Tantra says don’t be entangled with moral and immoral concepts. They are outer. Rather, move within. So the techniques are there for how to move within.”
 
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Osho, Tantric Transformation, #7, “Intelligence Is Meditation”
“The Tantra vision is a direct approach towards God, towards reality, towards that which is. It has no mediators, no middlemen, it has no priests. And Tantra says the moment the priest enters, religion is corrupted. It is not the devil who corrupts religion, it is the priest. The priest is in the service of the devil.”
 
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Osho, The Book of Secrets, #8, “Total Acceptance and Non-Division: The Meaning of Tantric Purity”
 
Osho,
What does Tantra mean by purity?
 
“One of the things being asked about is: What does tantra mean by purification of the mind, purity of the mind, as a basic condition to further progress?
 
“Whatsoever is ordinarily meant by purity is not what is meant by Tantra…. For Tantra this division of good and bad is meaningless. Tantra does not look at life through any dichotomy, any duality, any division. Then “What is meant by purity in Tantra?” is a very relevant question.”
 
To read more of this talk from, The Book of Secrets, #8 
 
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Osho, Tantra: The Supreme Understanding, #6, “The Great Teaching”
“Tantra believes, not in gradual development of the soul, but in sudden enlightenment. Yoga believes in gradual development: inch-by-inch, step-by-step, you progress toward the final.
Yoga is very arithmetical: for each sin that you have committed you have to balance it by a virtuous act; your account has to be closed completely…. Tantra says just the opposite. Tantra is a very, very poetic approach, not arithmetical. And Tantra believes in love, not in mathematics; it believes in sudden enlightenment.”
 
To read more of this talk from, Tantra: The Supreme Understanding, #6 
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Osho, Tantra: The Supreme Understanding, #5, “The Innate Truth”
 
“The Tantra attitude is the very being of Tilopa. You must understand first what the Tantra attitude is; only then it will be possible for you to comprehend what Tilopa is trying to say. So, something about the Tantra attitude: the first thing, it is not an attitude, because Tantra looks at life with a total vision…. Tantra avoids mind and encounters life face to face, neither thinking, “This is good” nor thinking, “This is bad,” but simply facing that which is. So it is difficult to say that this is an attitude; in fact it is a no-attitude.
 
“The second thing to remember: that Tantra is a great yea-sayer; it says yes to everything….
 
“Tantra loves, and loves unconditionally.”
 
To read more of this talk from, Tantra: The Supreme Understanding, #5
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