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    In this book Osho speaks on themes such as the nature of enlightenment, the seeking of spiritual powers, the relationship between meditation and love; on love and marriage, marriage and sex, sex as a meditation and Tantra.In explaining a meditation technique called "tratak," Osho says it is "an experiment in just looking. It can be done under the open sky, in nature -- looking without mentally processing the images on the eye. In a short while you will find that the outside sky has entered you; that the sky outside and the sky within you have merged to become the great sky...all boundaries have disappeared." "Osho is an enlightened master who is working with all possibilities to help humanity overcome a difficult phase in developing consciousness. The Dalai Lama "Osho is a mystical giant, a flowering of a unique intelligence and one of those rare humans ex-pressing himself with joy." Paul Reps, author of Zen Flesh, Zen Bones.

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    BELOVED OSHO,

    BEFORE WE ASK ANYTHING WE WOULD LIKE TO OFFER OUR GRATITUDE AND GREETINGS TO YOU.

    THE MYSTICS HAVE ALWAYS SAID THAT "THERE IS NOWHERE TO GO BUT IN."

    YOU ALSO SAY THE SAME. WE ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE WORDS, BUT OUR UNDERSTANDING OF IT DOES NOT GO BEYOND THE VERBAL LEVEL. COULD YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN THE DEEPER MEANING OF IT?

    Understanding at the verbal level is not worth calling understanding. In the world of religion there is no greater deception than words. The words can be understood, there is no difficulty in that, but that which is hidden behind the words remains uncomprehended, and that is the real difficulty.

    When the word is understood, but not that which lies behind the word, life becomes a great turmoil. We create the illusion of knowing when we do not know, and nothing is more dangerous than assuming that one knows when one does not.

    Life begins at the point where knowing happens. Life is transformed through knowing. But if we live under the illusion that we know religion because we know the words, then our mind travels in one direction while our life travels in another, and often these directions are completely opposite...

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-017-3

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