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    The Independent Mind
    Learning to Live a Life Of Freedom
    Osho
    Day in day out, everyone’s mind is full of thoughts. But where do they come from? Are they independent thoughts or are they concepts and doctrines borrowed from other people? Have they been assimilated from parents or teachers? From religious or Political leaders?
    In this series of talks given at a meditation camp, Osho describes what “thinking” really means: the freedom to live an independent life, consciously, and with trust in one’s own experience.
    “A person who accumulates thoughts will become a scholar. A person who gives birth to thinking – gives birth to the ability to think, asks questions and challenges his consciousness and then waits for the answer – in his life, knowing but through thinking. Not by collecting thoughts, but by giving birth to thinking.”

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    The Independent Mind Learning to Live a Life Of Freedom Osho Day in day out, everyone’s mind is full of thoughts. But where do they come from? Are they independent thoughts or are they concepts and doctrines borrowed from other people? Have they been assimilated from parents or teachers? From religious or Political leaders? In this series of talks given at a meditation camp, Osho describes what “thinking” really means: the freedom to live an independent life, consciously, and with trust in one’s own experience. “A person who accumulates thoughts will become a scholar. A person who gives birth to thinking – gives birth to the ability to think, asks questions and challenges his consciousness and then waits for the answer – in his life, knowing but through thinking. Not by collecting thoughts, but by giving birth to thinking.”

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-323-5
    Type Books

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