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    The Buddha The Emptiness of the heart [Books]

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    In this particularly potent dose of Zen, Osho Challenges the reader to know the “empty heart,” beyond thoughts, feelings and sentiment – the door to eternity that exists within everyone. Using stories and haikus from past Zen maters. Osho reveals the relevance of Zen for the contemporary World. He separates Zen from all the religions in the world, stating that they are obsolete, whereas the Zen he is presenting is an alive phenomenon.
    “All the buddhas have done the same. They have all burned the whole contents of the mind and cleared the space so that the life springs can flow directly and you can know for the first time your own eternity, your own splendor.
    It is a paradox to say it, but it is a fact that all your religious teaching is a barrier to your becoming religious.”

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    In this particularly potent dose of Zen, Osho Challenges the reader to know the “empty heart,” beyond thoughts, feelings and sentiment – the door to eternity that exists within everyone. Using stories and haikus from past Zen maters. Osho reveals the relevance of Zen for the contemporary World. He separates Zen from all the religions in the world, stating that they are obsolete, whereas the Zen he is presenting is an alive phenomenon. “All the buddhas have done the same. They have all burned the whole contents of the mind and cleared the space so that the life springs can flow directly and you can know for the first time your own eternity, your own splendor. It is a paradox to say it, but it is a fact that all your religious teaching is a barrier to your becoming religious.”

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    Publisher Osho World Foundation
    ISBN 978-81-7261-344-0
    Type Books
    Manufacture Osho World Foundation

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