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OSHO: Dang Dang Doko Dang – The Sound of the Empty Drum

We released this week a new edition of this ‘Osho Classic’ in print and eBook format. Print Book:  Amazon – Barnes & Noble – Books A Million – Book Depository – Other Sources eBook:  Kindle  –  iBook  –  BAM! – … Continue reading

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Meditation for Busy People – Online Course

On 13. March 2015 we started our new online audio program: Meditation for Busy People.    

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OSHO Transformation Tarot

Paperback: 192 pages, 60 cards, Publisher: Osho Media International; Language: English ISBN-13: 978-0918963086; Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 1.5 x 3.2 inches; List Price: $16.95 Order from:  Amazon – Barnes & Noble – Books A Million – Book Depository – Other Sources. Also available as App for … Continue reading

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OSHO: No Greater Enjoyment than that of Sharing!

“There is no greater enjoyment than that of sharing something. Have you given something to somebody? That’s why people enjoy giving gifts so much. It is a sheer delight. When you give something to somebody maybe valueless, may not be … Continue reading

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What Are Kids Reading These Days?

 Reading Osho – The First Mentioning of Jaden and Willow Smith in Their New York Times Joined Interview When kids confront or – should we better say shock society – with an independent approach to life, with self-confidence and strength, … Continue reading

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OSHO: Hsin Hsin Ming: The Zen Understanding of Mind and Consciousness

Mind is a disease. This is a basic truth the East has discovered. The West says mind can become ill, can be healthy. Western psychology depends on this: the mind can be healthy or ill. But the East says mind as such is the disease, it cannot be healthy. No psychiatry will help, at the most you can make it normally ill.
So there are two types of illness with mind: normally ill – that means you have the same illness as others around you; or abnormally ill – that means you are something unique. Your disease is not ordinary, exceptional. Your disease is individual, not of the crowd; that’s the only difference. Normally ill or abnormally ill, but mind cannot be healthy. Why?
The East says the very nature of mind is such that it will remain unhealthy. The word health is beautiful. It comes from the same root as the word whole. Health, healing, whole, holy – they all come from the same root.
The mind cannot be healthy because it can never be whole. Mind is always divided; division is its base. If it cannot be whole, how can it be healthy? And if it cannot be healthy, how can it be holy? All minds are profane. There is nothing like a holy mind. A holy man lives without the mind because he lives without division.
Mind is the disease. And what is the name of that disease? Aristotle is the name, or if you really want to make it look like a disease then you can coin a word: aristotilitis. Then it looks exactly like a disease. Why is Aristotle the disease? Because Aristotle says, “Either this or that. Choose!” And choice is the function of the mind; mind cannot be choiceless.
Choose and you are in the trap, because whenever you choose, you have chosen something against something else. If you are for something, you must be against something; you cannot be only for, you cannot be only against. When the “for” enters, the “against” follows as a shadow. When the “against” is there, the “for” must be there – hidden or not hidden.
When you choose, you divide. Then you say, “This is good, that is wrong.” And life is a unity. Existence remains undivided, existence remains in a deep unison. It is oneness. If you say, “This is beautiful and that is ugly,” mind has entered, because life is both together. And the beautiful becomes ugly, and the ugly goes on becoming beautiful. There is no boundary, there are no watertight compartments. Life goes on flowing from this to that.
Mind has fixed compartments. Fixedness is the nature of mind and fluidity is the nature of life. That’s why mind is obsession; it is always fixed, it has a solidness about it. And life is not solid; it is fluid, flexible, it goes on moving to the opposite. Continue reading

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OSHO: Meditation for Busy People

Paperback: 166 pages, Publisher: Osho Media International (Oct, 2014) Language: English, ISBN-13: 978-1938755811 and 9780880507738 Amazon  Barnes&Noble  Books a Million  Book Depository  Other Sources; eBOOK: Kindle  BAM!  Kobo  eBook Mall  iBook  Other Meditation for Busy People offers simple strategies to reduce tension, minimize chronic stress, and quickly relax and unwind. Nobody needs meditation more … Continue reading

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OSHO: Body Mind Balancing: Using Your Mind to Heal Your Body

Many everyday discomforts and tensions arise from the fact that we are alienated from our bodies. With the help of Body Mind Balancing, readers will learn to talk to and reconnect with their bodies. After just a short time, readers will … Continue reading

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OSHO: The Search – Finding Your Inner Power, Your Potential

ISBN-13: 9781938755941, 9780880503501; Publisher: Osho Media International; Publication date: 7/29/2014; Series: OSHO Classics Series.                                                                     … Continue reading

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OSHO: The Book of Women

The Book of Women: A Celebration of Women and the Female Spirit  Amazon, Barnes & Noble, BAM!, Others  Bookdepository, Kindle, Nook, iBook, Kobo, Series: Foundations of a New Humanity Paperback: 224 pages Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin (August 5, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1250006244 ISBN-13: 978-1250006240 “The woman should search … Continue reading

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