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    The Wild Geese And The Water [Books]

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    “When The Wild geese fly, the water reflects them. The reflection is there, the image is there, but the water has no mind to reflect and the wild geese do not hanker to be reflected either.”
    Osho uses this poetic image as a metaphor of how to live in the material world while maintaining a reflective awareness. And he urges us to use our everyday experiences in the ordinary world for our transformation. In these talks given to and audience of people interested in meditation and inner experience, Osho gives us an enlightened vision of taking responsibility for our own religiousness – and the joy of living our true and unique individuality.

    “You have learn only one thing: how to be more conscious, how to be more an individual, independent, absolutely independent. Freedom is the only taste of real religion.”

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    “When The Wild geese fly, the water reflects them. The reflection is there, the image is there, but the water has no mind to reflect and the wild geese do not hanker to be reflected either.” Osho uses this poetic image as a metaphor of how to live in the material world while maintaining a reflective awareness. And he urges us to use our everyday experiences in the ordinary world for our transformation. In these talks given to and audience of people interested in meditation and inner experience, Osho gives us an enlightened vision of taking responsibility for our own religiousness – and the joy of living our true and unique individuality. “You have learn only one thing: how to be more conscious, how to be more an individual, independent, absolutely independent. Freedom is the only taste of real religion.”

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    Publisher Rebel
    ISBN 978-81-7261-367-9
    Type Books

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