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These discourses contain what Osho describes as the most significant statements ever made, which point to the whole secret of the mystic approach toward life. And the sutra that begins this series of discourses, he says, contains the very essence of the entire Upanishadic vision - that the universe is an indivisible totality, an organic whole. Osho illuminates these ancient texts with such clarity that their significance seems stunningly obvious. A wealth of jokes and amusing anecdotes are magically interwoven through his commentaries.

©1980 OSHO International Foundation (P)2017 OSHO International Foundation

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  • Mark M.
  • 19-10-18

Awesome!

A laugh riot! Osho is hilarious! Always an adventure listening to his commentary on sutras as well as Q&A segments.

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  • Mario
  • 15-06-18

Life is a pilgrimage without a goal

Osho at his best giving inspiring discourses on the Mandukya Upanishad.

This is a nice introduction to the Upanishad world.

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  • Marcel Armstrong
  • 24-11-20

Deep and Funny

The deepest moments of these talks are in the beginning of chapter 1. The essence of the Mandukya Upanishad is summed up rather quickly and beautifully. Otherwise Osho cracks a lot of jokes and talks a lot of smack in classic Osho fashion - although he has taken more liberty to do so in this series. However, if one is listening meditatively, this talk is just as good as any other. Osho's silence is shared in his words no matter what he says. Enjoy.