getQuote()->getItemsSummaryQty() > 0) { ?> Total Items: " ?> getQuote()->getItemsSummaryQty())?> Shopping Cart Empty!

getQuote()->getSubtotal() > 0) { ?> Total Price: " ?> getQuote()->getSubtotal(),2))?>

    More Views

    • Dancing in The Breeze

    Dancing in The Breeze [Books]

    Be the first to review this product

    Availability: In stock

    Rs. 399.00
    OR

    Quick Overview

    ‘Now these are the last sutras. Of tremendous import, each sentence is like a sword, and it cuts the roots of the mind. And when it comes to cutting the roots of the mind, Buddha excludes nobody, not even himself.’
    In Dancing in the Breeze, Osho describes Buddha as the first truly humanistic master, not concerned with God, with any other world, with paradise or hell. Buddha is directly focused on raising man’s awareness in this life and showing, in very scientific, exact words, how man can reach his full potential.
    The book begins with Buddha’s eight steps of right living, and contains a discussion of the ten bhumis, the stages of development of a bodhisattva. Osho also talks about the nature of dreaming-both asleep and awake

    Details

    ‘Now these are the last sutras. Of tremendous import, each sentence is like a sword, and it cuts the roots of the mind. And when it comes to cutting the roots of the mind, Buddha excludes nobody, not even himself.’ In Dancing in the Breeze, Osho describes Buddha as the first truly humanistic master, not concerned with God, with any other world, with paradise or hell. Buddha is directly focused on raising man’s awareness in this life and showing, in very scientific, exact words, how man can reach his full potential. The book begins with Buddha’s eight steps of right living, and contains a discussion of the ten bhumis, the stages of development of a bodhisattva. Osho also talks about the nature of dreaming-both asleep and awake

    Additional Information

    Publisher Osho World Foundation
    ISBN 978-0-143-42491-8
    Type Books
    Manufacture Osho World Foundation

    Product Tags

    Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.