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Autobiography of a Spiritually Incorrect Mystic

This is an indispensable work for understanding the life and teachings of one of the most unusual mystics and philosophers of our time. Drawn from nearly five thousand hours of Osho’s recorded talks, we hear the story of his youth and education, his life as a professor of philosophy and years of travel teaching the importance of meditation, and the true understandings he sought to leave with us: a religionless consciousness centered on the art of meditation and a celebration of ‘Zorba the Buddha’, an individual who combines the earthly qualities of Zorba the Greek and the sublime essence of a buddha – an extraordinarily ordinary complete human being.

Osho is one of the most provocative spiritual teachers of our time. In the 1970’s he captured the attention of young people from the West who wanted to experience meditation and transformation. A decade after his death, the influence of his teachings continues to expand, reaching seekers around the world

 
 
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St. Martins Press, USA
320
9.78E+12
    #Part 1: Just an Ordinary Human Being
    The History behind the Legend
    #Part 2: Reflections in an Empty Mirror
    The Many Faces of a Man Who Never Was
    #Part 3: The Legacy
   
    Also by Osho
    Appendix
    Highlights of Osho’s Life and Work
    #Epilogue: 1990 – Present
 
 
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Excerpt from: Autobiography of a Spiritually Incorrect Mystic, Chapter 1
"While listening to my childhood stories you should try to look for some quality – not just the story but some intrinsic quality that runs like a thin thread through all of my memoirs. And that thin thread is spiritual.

"Spiritual, to me, simply means finding oneself. I never allowed anybody to do this work on my behalf – because nobody can do this work on your behalf; you have to do it yourself." Osho



Amazon.com:
Although he was criticized for being too enamored with the ways of the West, India’s spiritual leader Osho managed to garner global notoriety as the founder of "Dynamic Meditation." During his controversial lifetime (which ended – at least on this planet – in 1990) Osho was asked numerous times if he would write an autobiography.
"He would always dismiss the question with the wave of his hand," writes Sarito Carol Neiman in her foreword. "[He] would say his biography is to be found in the sum of his work – in his hundreds of volumes of published talks, and in the transformed lives of the people he touched." In fact this "autobiography" is just that – a collection of interviews (including excerpts from appearances on Good Morning America and 60 Minutes), personal essays, and quotes. Disjointed as this material may sound, the editors behind the project were able to piece together a smooth autobiography that does not shy from self-criticism or the fundamental question of whether Osho was a "Cult Leader," "Joker," "Master," or "Zorba the Guru." (The answer, of course, is all of the above.) Followers and seekers will find this a profound and playful collection of stories and teachings.
Gail Hudson

InnerSelf Magazine
"I enjoyed reading this book... While it presented the history of Osho and of what he calls "his people", it also presents a look at our society and at ourselves, and presents a new way of living and being that brings a more balanced perspective to our life. Osho suggests that we need to make the changes within and then live the change so that we become an example to follow, rather than someone who tries to change others and convert them to our point of view."

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