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    And Now and Here

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    Osho examines one of man's greatest taboos, death. Exposing the fallacy behind the notion that death is a calamity, he also throws light on the paradoxical relationship between life and death.
    In addition, the reader is led through Osho's specially devised meditations related to the experience of death, techniques to increase awareness and to recall past lives.


    Because we are so very afraid of death, we are not even able to meditate.
    Many people come to me and say that they are unable to meditate. How shall I tell them that their real problem is something else? Their real problem is the fear of death... and meditation is a process of death. In a state of total meditation we reach the same point a dead man does. The only difference is that the dead man reaches there in an unconscious state, while we reach consciously. This is the only difference.

    The dead man has no knowledge of what happened, of how the shell broke open and the kernel survived. The meditative seeker knows that the shell and the kernel have become separate.

    The fear of death is the basic reason why people cannot go into meditation -- there is no other reason...

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-212-2

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