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His Life and Teachings and Impact on Humanity
An authority on the world’s spiritual traditions, Osho was celebrated for his unique ability to refresh ancient wisdoms for a contemporary audience. Here he takes the reader on an exciting journey into the life and world of Prince Gautam Siddhartha, who became the Buddha. Like a great storyteller, Osho explains the Buddha’s teachings through life stories and anecdotes that demonstrate how these teachings arose from Buddha’s own experiences. Lively and lifelike, with unconventional wit and deep wisdom he guides the reader step by step through the secrets and subtleties of the "world religion without God," as only a true spiritual teacher can. Stunning color photographs throughout the book, along with Osho’s inspiring insights, reveal the inner quality of Buddha’s spirituality, leading the reader to a new understanding of his timeless message.
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"If you engage in any work with courage, there is no barrier to its success."

In Work Is Love Made Visible Osho is talking about his work: its importance and value, the inner qualities that those interested in helping it succeed need to understand and to develop, and its day-to-day organization. These talks were given shortly after he had left his university post in order to share his vision for humanity with as many people as possible, and are addressed to the people who had recently started working with him.

Osho discusses the profound personal issues that work brings up for everyone around hierarchy, power, responsibility, and the art of relating, demonstrating at the same time a supreme respect for each person’s individuality, dignity and freedom. He covers every practical area of his work, from the perils and practicalities of financial accounting to the importance of using the most up-to-date media available.

Underpinning all of this is his understanding that unless humanity is prepared to walk through the fire of awareness and allow work itself to become a moment-by-moment tool for self-transformation, no one will ever derive any real benefit from working and no work will ultimately succeed.

Osho outlines his blueprint for a new "anarchic institution" and says: "I do not intend to bind people by laws, rules or principles, because I am fighting against these very things." Instead, his proposal is rooted in "a gathering of friends," as it prepares the ground for a spiritual revolution – a total transformation for the individual and for the whole of society.
Chapter Titles
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    #Part 1: The Birth of an Emperor
    Buddha's Arrival
    Comming of Age
    Awakening at Bodhgaya
    #Part 2: The Life of Buddha
    In Search of Enlightenment
    Sermons in Silence
    The Peaceful Warrior
    Physician of the Soul
    The Last Experiment
    #Part 3: The Teachings
    I Have Heard
    Big Boat, little Boat
    The Middle Way
    Right Mindfulness
    Via Negativa
    The Religionless Religion
    Blowing out the Candle
Excerpt from: Buddha, Introduction
"The second meaning of budh is to recognize, to become aware of, aquainted with, to notice, give heed to. A buddha is one who has recognized the false as the false, and has opened his eyes to the true as the true. To see the false as false is the beginning of understanding what truth is. Only when you see the false as false can you see what truth is. You cannot go on living in illusions; you cannot go on living in your beliefs; you cannot go on living in your prejudices if you want to know truth. The false has to be recognized as false. That is the second meaning of budh – recognition of the false as false, of the untrue as untrue." Osho

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