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Osho Audiobooks - Series of Talks: Light on the Path (mp3)

 

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Light on the Path

These first talks after Osho′s departure from the USA provide a rare glimpse of Osho′s efforts to create a New Man – during the most uncertain times for his work and people. From his suite in a hotel in Kathmandu, Nepal, Osho speaks extensively on the connection between Gnosticism and anarchy, the significance of a "buddhafield," and the future of communes worldwide. He revisits old questions in light of new times, as well, including the function of a spiritual master, the work of his therapists, and the "psychology of the buddhas" as applied to inner growth.
Talks #2-19 are of lower quality.
Please note that only 34 talks (out of 38) are available for this series.
 
 
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Excerpt from: Light on the Path, Chapter2 16
"People are living half-heartedly, people are living in a lukewarm way: not intensely like Zorba the Greek, not with a healthy flavor but with a sick mind. One has to live, so they are living. One has to love, so they are loving. One has to do this, to be like this, so they are following; otherwise there is no incentive coming from their own being.

"They are not overflowing with energy. They are not risking anything to live totally. They are not adventurous – and without being adventurous, one is not healthy. Adventure is the criterion, inquiry into the unknown is the criterion. People are not young, from childhood they simply become old. Youth never happens.

"The Western therapeutic methods cannot help you to grow spiritually, but they can prepare the ground. They cannot sow the seeds of flowers but they can prepare the ground – which is a necessity. This was one reason why I included therapies.

"There is also another reason: I want a meeting of East and West.

"The East has developed meditative methods; the West has not developed meditative methods, the West has developed psychotherapies. If we want the Western mind to be interested in meditation methods, if you want the Eastern mind to come closer to the Western, then there has to be something of give and take. It should not be just Eastern – something from the Western evolution should be included. And I find those therapies are immensely helpful. They canbt go far, but as far as they go, it is good. Where they stop, meditations can take over.

"But the Western mind should feel that something of its own development has been included in the meeting, in the merger; it should not be one-sided. And they are significant; they cannot harm, they can only help.

"And I have used them for the last fifteen years with tremendous success. They have helped people to cleanse their beings, prepared them to be ready to enter into the temple of meditation. My effort is to dissolve the separation between East and West. The earth should be one, not only politically but spiritually too." Osho
In this title, Osho talks on the following topics:

sleep... light... present... society... enlightenment... alone... awareness... gurdjieff... nietzsche... socrates...
 

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