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    The Osho Upanishad is a unique record, a detailed description of the master - disciple relationship. It reflects all that must have transpired between Socrates, Buddha, Lao Tzu, Jesus, and their disciples.
    These precious and intimate moments have gone unrecorded, and what survives no longer has the same beauty and vibrancy. It is trapped in history that separates the modern man from the true essence of so long ago.
    The Osho Upanishad is a totally contemporary document. Many of the questions in this book are a testimony to individual and collective experiments with "meditation in the marketplace." They cover the areas which are central to Osho's work - meditation, the master and his disciples.


    My beloved ones...

    You are blessed to be here today, because we are starting a new series of talks between the master and the disciple.

    It is not only a birth of a new book, it is also a declaration of a new phase. Today, this moment: 7:00 pm, Saturday, the sixteenth of August of the year 1986 – one day this moment will be remembered as a historical moment, and you are blessed because you are participating in it. You are creating it; without you it cannot happen.

    Books can be written, can be dictated to a machine, but what I am going to start is totally different. It is an upanishad.

    Long forgotten, one of the most beautiful words in any language, a very living word, 'upanishad' means sitting at the feet of the master. It says nothing more: just to be in the presence of the master, just to allow him to take you in, in his own light, in his own blissfulness, in his own world.

    And that's exactly the work of a mystery school...

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-160-6

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