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    The Heart Sutra [English]

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    This is abook about understanding nothing ness and attaining to emtiness not usually thought of as an everyday topic yet it succeeds in being both fascinating and rele vant to daily life the prajnaparamita hridayam sutra is the most important sutra in buddhist literature it is at the very heart of the buddhist messege and is chanted daily by millions across the world but to understand the meaning to recognize and absord the conxepts it contains is challenging as the sutra is so succinct so elementally direct in illuminating the verses osho uses simple staightforward language that encourages the reader to search within for his own understanding osho s clarity perception and humor enable him to bring the significance of buddha s message to this very moment here today osho lives the sutra and offers the reader the possibility to do the same ..

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    This is abook about understanding nothing ness and attaining to emtiness not usually thought of as an everyday topic yet it succeeds in being both fascinating and rele vant to daily life the prajnaparamita hridayam sutra is the most important sutra in buddhist literature it is at the very heart of the buddhist messege and is chanted daily by millions across the world but to understand the meaning to recognize and absord the conxepts it contains is challenging as the sutra is so succinct so elementally direct in illuminating the verses osho uses simple staightforward language that encourages the reader to search within for his own understanding osho s clarity perception and humor enable him to bring the significance of buddha s message to this very moment here today osho lives the sutra and offers the reader the possibility to do the same ..

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-136-1
    Type Books
    Manufacture Osho World Foundation

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