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  • Buddha the First Quantum Physicist

  • Bridging 2500 Years, Buddha and Albert Einstein Speak the Same Language
  • Written by: Osho
  • Narrated by: Osho
  • Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
  • Categories: Religion & Spirituality, Spirituality
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)

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In the past, science and meditation were considered poles apart, if not adversarial. In this talk, Osho shows science and meditation as complimentary, one the science of the outer, the other the science of the inner. For example he explains the esoteric science of rebirth using analogies of general science opening our minds to the possibilities of what is and what can be. Einstein meets Buddha in a love fest!
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very profound knowledge

Osho's speeches make one realises that you are just a rain drop into the ocean and the travel time is the life .

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Mind blowing.

Ultimate reveling of religion and science explained in simple words. Osho speaks about quantum physics and its origin in the creation of life and universe. This is very special and different even among his talks.

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Ultimate Quantum physics

A wonderful understanding of Quantum philosophy in a scientific way, where it shows way beyond mirages of self and forms, a journey to noself.

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it's very surprising connection b/n Buddha and Ein

it's very surprising connection b/n Buddha and Einstein narrated by osho today.thanks for providing audio.

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masterpiece

you are not you. there is no you. there is just the continuity of desires passing from your parents body to your body

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wonderful, amazing, exciting, mind boggling. expressed with so much clarity. must read by all who like to think deeper.

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Buddha and Albert Einstein

Nicely presented. A great insight,and leading listeners to understand and help them to move forward.

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No words to describe

words cant describe this......Osho's understanding and more than that making others understand also can't be appreciated in words.....What a phenomenal experience Buddha must have had......We are very very poor in front of him.....

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  • 06-10-16

There is no soul, however there is rebirth

In this inspiring audiobook Osho provided beatiful and friendly explanations about the parallelism of matter and energy (as understand by modern Physics) and the Buddhist paradox that there is no a permanent soul or self, however there is rebirth.

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  • 14-08-20

Amazing

Everything is explained so simply. I loved it. The only negative thing I can say is that there are some background sounds, since it seems that it was recorded during a live event but after a few minutes you don’t even notice. I actually enjoyed the birds sounds, it transported me.