recorded sounds which create circuits within you. Some research is presently in progress in this area in America. Hidden Mysteries. Osho. Read Hidden Mysteries book reviews & author details and more at ritipulmama.ga The Hidden Harmony: Talks on the Fragments of Heraclitus by Osho Hardcover. Hidden Mysteries, Content: Suppose we have a key in our hands. We cannot directly understand the purpose of it from the key itself, nor is it possible to imagine.
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Extemporaneous talks given by the author in Mumbai, India. Baul mystics, explaining their view of sex, their concept of the body as a temple , and their secret of surrender to the existential beloved. . The Book of Secrets. Osho Books: Hidden Mysteries (New Reprint) - Osho explains how the significance of temples, statues, places of pilgrimage, incense, mantras and astrology.
The second half describes my involvement at our communal ranch in Central Oregon. My initial purpose in writing had nothing to do with publishing.
I wanted to explore its potential for examining what destroyed our community from a viewpoint outside myself, on paper. I needed to understand what led to our collapse, and what part if any I may have played. As I progressed, however, I realized that others might welcome seeing how this destructive path came about, and perhaps notice a resemblance, as I did, between the behaviors that led to our downfall and similar behaviors in the larger world that might be recognized if we chose to pay closer attention.
From Fear to Enlightenment By Mahadevi, formerly known as Divya Kshama Mahadevi emphasizes that enlightenment is a scientific fact and not mere "philosophy,". Her approach to life is straightforward and uncompromising.
This book is a compilation of psychological insights and personal guidance given by Mahadevi. Her sharp vision explores in depth a wide range of psychological and spiritual subjects, and sheds light on many of the personal and social problems in our society today.
We don't need someone to teach us how to remove the barriers from limiting ourselves. What we need right now is concrete, clear-thinking.
Oh sure, coming from someone with Romantic tendencies I love Schubert, Schumann, and anything from the 19th century , I understand how absurd this all sounds, but I have limits, whereas most people do not.
I have a classical education and I can be logical, and that is why this book, along with many others of its kind, rubs me the wrong way.
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I actually get really bad vibes no pun intended from these New Age so-called philosophies. Osho's main mode of thought from this seemingly vast tome of knowledge is based on ideas of Tantra, not Yoga.
According to the author, Yoga involves repressing one's self, which again, become out of style during the late sixties, seventies, and beyond. Yes, Osho is very obsessed with the "hang ups" of repression good God, I think I've just had a flashback to the sixties, even though I wasn't alive at the time. Quelle horreur! While it is true that I have never believed that repressing anger or strong emotions will heal anybody, and I find such things hypocritical; and while I would like to trust in love and peace, let's face it, it's still an imperfect world.
The last is an English rendering and reduction of a massive 9-volume epic in Hindi. The Hindi version has lots of Osho book info but the English is still an enjoyable, flowery biography. An unusual source is Pierre Evald , a sannyasin librarian who studied Osho's library and has written extensively on it.
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One of his pages has a lot of detail about some of Osho's early Hindi publications, starting at age And note that aoxiu.
I will continue to refer to them as a one-time source but don't expect anything from their current site. I will be working to improve the Hindi listing as there are inevitably both duplications and inaccuracies. One reason for this is the inconsistencies in transliterating Hindi script into the Latin alphabet.
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As well, there are some, perhaps quite a few, duplications because of different editions, new titles, compilations, etc, even translations from English, who knows. Those with dates given for original talks can be considered primary, others may be derivative.
And as Osho World offers quite a few of them on audio, those titles can also be considered primary.
I will be grateful if anyone with more info on any of these books -- their themes, dates talks given, whether an original or compilation, English title if translated, etc -- can contact me. Osho's Hindi books offer a lot of unique content not found in the English books. For starters, he talked on many figures more or less unknown outside Indian culture, but beyond that, his mannerisms, cadence and other aspects of delivery were very different.But I only agree, to a point.
There may be some truths within this book that seem to coincide with our own belief systems, but at other moments, how can we know that what this book is presenting is really something authentic and real, or just watered down realities that we al I usually try to avoid "feel-good" New Age books, mainly because I know that life is not always about feeling good, and I don't want to believe in, or practise, lies and deception, especially towards my own self.
My apologies to Firefox users who will have to put up with the smaller fonts and wider, more spacious cells. At this time, the Empire was ruled by Rudolf II. We don't need someone to teach us how to remove the barriers from limiting ourselves.
Maybe thousands of years ago this key did open locks, and treasures were found: the memory of that in the unconscious mind makes us carry the burden of the key to this day. So all temples have been of different shapes and types, but they have always existed. What we need right now is concrete, clear-thinking. The temple is not the fanciful result of the imagination of some eccentric people, its roots lie somewhere deep in the inner consciousness of man.
We don't need an Osho right now.