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    • The Original Man

    The Original Man [Books]

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    On finding the “original man” within yourself, says Osho, you will find everything worth discovering. In these talks, Osho traces Zen from its early days with Bodhidarma in China through a succession of masters and poets. He tells anecdotes about the Zen masters, showing how their seemingly absurd statements and actions are actually devices to jolt people out of their spiritual sleep. And he asks you not to take his word for it, but to experience it for yourself- these talks are not about Zen, they are Zen.

    “ The original man is the constant concern of Zen. In your innermost being no dust has gathered from outside, no thought is capable of reaching there. It is as pure and clean as ever becomes old, it never becomes stale; its freshness is its nature.”
    Osho

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    On finding the “original man” within yourself, says Osho, you will find everything worth discovering. In these talks, Osho traces Zen from its early days with Bodhidarma in China through a succession of masters and poets. He tells anecdotes about the Zen masters, showing how their seemingly absurd statements and actions are actually devices to jolt people out of their spiritual sleep. And he asks you not to take his word for it, but to experience it for yourself- these talks are not about Zen, they are Zen. “ The original man is the constant concern of Zen. In your innermost being no dust has gathered from outside, no thought is capable of reaching there. It is as pure and clean as ever becomes old, it never becomes stale; its freshness is its nature.” Osho

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    Publisher Osho World Foundation
    ISBN 978-81-7261-314-3
    Type Books
    Manufacture Osho World Foundation

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