Through delightfully Zen anecdotes, Osho captures and conveys the spirit of Zen′s enigmatic understanding of life. "Try to understand Zen through laughter, not through prayer," he suggests.
The Alchemy of YogaTalks on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Vol. 4 of the series: Yoga: The Science of the Soul
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
Zen is the way of the spontaneous – the effortless effort, the way of intuition. A Zen Master, Ikkyu, a great poet, has said: "I can see clouds a thousand miles away, hear ancient music in the pines." This is what Zen is all about.
The Art of DyingTalks on Hasidism
Osho speaks on classic Hasidic stories compiled by the Jewish philosopher, Martin Buber – a great tradition of laughing saints and wonderful tales.
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.
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.
Hsin Hsin Ming: The Zen Understanding of Mind and ConsciousnessTalks on the Faith Mind of Sosan
Osho unlocks the meaning within Sosan′s verses, revealing the individual, tangible maps contained within every seeker of truth. A masterful and eminently readable introduction to the unique wisdom of Zen, especially its profound understanding of the mind and its functioning.
Early recording, lower quality.
The Book of Secrets(Please note that only 75 Talks (out of 80) are available for this series)
In this contemporary and practical guide, the secrets of the ancient science of Tantra become available to a contemporary audience for the first time.
The Buddha: The Emptiness of the Heart
In this particularly potent dose of Zen, Osho challenges thelistener to know the "empty heart," beyond thoughts, feelings and sentiment – the door to eternity that exists within everyone.
Christianity, the Deadliest Poison, and Zen, the Antidote to All Poisons
This is Osho at his most candid as he deals with all the unspoken questions anyone from a Christian background might ever want to ask, and speaks on the profound truth available in Zen.
Come Follow to You, Vol. 1Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth.
Osho makes a clear distinction between the rebel called Jesus Christ and the religion that followed after him – Christianity.
Come Follow to You, Vol. 2Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth.
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 Follow to You, Vol. 3Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth.
Jesus is brought alive in a new and dynamic way – not the Jesus that the theologians and scholars have presented to us but Jesus as seen through the eyes of a contemporary mystic.
Come Follow to You, Vol. 4Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth.
In Osho′s understanding Jesus has been killed twice – once by the Jews and again by the Christians who have smothered his insights with interpretations that have little to do with his teachings. In these talks, Osho resurrects Jesus.
Come, Come, Yet Again Come
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.
Communism and Zen Fire, Zen Wind
In the presence of a TV crew from the USSR, and almost a year before the walls of Eastern Europe crumble, Osho offers a unique reappraisal of Communism, bringing in the vision of Zen as the path to a living and authentic "spiritual Communism."
Dang Dang Doko Dang
Dang Dang Doko Dang represents the sound of the drum beaten by a Zen master during a disciple′s existential lesson. In these commentaries on Zen stories and answers to questions on mind and heart, body and being, Osho focuses again and again on awareness.