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Om Shantih Shantih Shantih: The Soundless Sound, Peace Peace Peace

The mantra that begins and ends all Eastern scriptures, OM, represents the universal heartbeat. And shantih, the peace or silence that envelopes those who approach that heartbeat.

In this volume Osho opens new windows on timeless topics: the origins of compassion, freedom as the ultimate value, surrendering to love and not to the object of one′s love, and transcending transcendence itself.
 
 
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Excerpt from: Om Shantih Shantih Shantih, Chapter 16
"The East has approached reality in an almost diametrically opposite way to the West. First, the simple meaning of the word should be understood, and then all the implications. All Eastern scriptures begin with Om, Shantih Shantih Shantih and they also end with the same.

"Om is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more –just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.

"The West has not been able to begin even a single scripture with this intention. It is understandable. They never went into the deeper communion between your heart and the bigger heart of the universe. They have taken a wrong route, that of fighting, that of conquering, that of being victorious. They have chosen to be extroverts." Osho
En este título Osho habla sobre los siguientes temas:

simple... silence... emptiness... light... present... heart... problems... mendel... mevlana... socrates...
 

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