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    And The Grass Grows By Itself [Books]

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    When somebody asked a great mater, “What do you do with your disciples?” he said, “ What do I do? I don’t do anything.
    The question asked, “but so many things happen around you, you must be doing something.”
    The master said: “sitting quietly, doing nothing, spring comes, and the grass grows by itself.”
    And the grass grows by itself… is a wonderful introduction for anyone wondering “What is Zen?” This series of talks is for anyone who wants to find out who is there inside – and so discover the very substance of human consciousness.
    Using Zen stories to illustrate, confound the mind, and enlighten, Osho explores each of the foundation stones of Zen: living in the moment, going with the flow, you are and yet you are not, allowing existence to pass through you…
    “Zen simply has the knack of hitting at the right thing and indicating that which cannot be indicated.”

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    When somebody asked a great mater, “What do you do with your disciples?” he said, “ What do I do? I don’t do anything. The question asked, “but so many things happen around you, you must be doing something.” The master said: “sitting quietly, doing nothing, spring comes, and the grass grows by itself.” And the grass grows by itself… is a wonderful introduction for anyone wondering “What is Zen?” This series of talks is for anyone who wants to find out who is there inside – and so discover the very substance of human consciousness. Using Zen stories to illustrate, confound the mind, and enlighten, Osho explores each of the foundation stones of Zen: living in the moment, going with the flow, you are and yet you are not, allowing existence to pass through you… “Zen simply has the knack of hitting at the right thing and indicating that which cannot be indicated.”

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-346-4
    Type Books

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