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The original book title was The Book of the Books, Vols 1 - 6.
Now reissued in twelve volumes as: The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha.

Osho Audiobooks - Series of Talks: The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha, Vol. 06 (mp3)


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The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha, Vol. 06

Osho makes it clear that Buddha′s sutras describe a way of joy: living in peace, enjoying everything that the world makes available, yet clinging to nothing.

More than 2,500 years ago, Gautama the Buddha walked the earth, teaching to all who would listen. Buddhist lore has it that shortly after he passed away, his disciples met to recall all that they were able of the truths that Buddha had spoken. These sayings were complied into The Dhammapada, an anthology of 423 verses containing the essence of his principles.

Osho is one of the most provocative mystics of our time, who inspires millions of people worldwide in their individual search for meditation and transformation. Through his talks on the teachings of Buddha, Osho creates a bridge from the highest peaks of human consciousness to the everyday challenges of contemporary life.

It is a tremendous gift to listen to one of the decisive enlightened beings of all time discussing the words of another. A fresh, new quality shines. Osho categorically trounces the idea that Buddha′s way is one of seriousness, dryness. With the clarity of the mystic, Osho makes clear that the path is one of joy, living in peace, enjoying everything that the world makes available and yet clinging to nothing. The joy of a man of silence is not dependant on anything: his joy is his inner understanding.

But why is it that contemporary man searches for happiness and finds only momentary pleasure, followed by despair? The challenge is to search for joy rather than happiness, and finding the courage to take on that adventure, risking all.
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Excerpt from: The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha, Vol. 06, Chapter 7
"Man is so lazy that he will go on as he is rather than working and trying to change – trying to bring some changes in his circumstances. It is easier to remain contented, to remain insensitive, to go on pulling, somehow existing. But it is not life. And what is true about the outer circumstances is far more true about the inner, because the outer circumstances don't need so much effort to be changed but the inner lethargy is centuries old. The unconsciousness is so primitive, its roots are so deep, that it needs a total determination on your part, a tremendous determination, a commitment, a deep involvement. You have to risk all. Unless that happens it is impossible to change yourself, you will remain the same. You can go on reading, you can go on accumulating knowledge, you can go from one teacher to another teacher, but deep down you will not change. This is not the way to change.

"The way to change is: With a determined mind and undesiring heart he longs for freedom. He is called uddhamsoto – ‘He who goes upstream.’ It is almost going upstream, because not to follow the crowd, not to follow the tradition, not to follow the scripture, not to follow the religion you are born in, the church you are born in, is going against the stream. Great effort is needed; otherwise ordinarily it seems easier, more comfortable and convenient to follow the crowd – whatsoever they are doing, you go on doing. They will not give you trouble, but remember, you are simply destroying a great opportunity. And this life is going to disappear soon. Why not bring all your energies to such a point of integration where you can take a quantum leap from the known to the unknown, from time to eternity?

"Unless you are determined... and that's what sannyas is all about: a determination, a commitment, to transform oneself, not holding back anything. I cannot change you unless you are totally determined to be changed. You cannot throw the responsibility on me. I am here to help, but I can help only those who are really committed, who are not halfheartedly here." Osho
Neste título, Osho fala sobre os seguintes tópicos:

love... anger... pain... pleasure... ignorance... god... sorrow... janak... krishnamurti... ramakrishna...

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