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  • Sufis: The People of the Path Vol. 1

  • Written by: Osho
  • Narrated by: Osho
  • Length: 25 hrs and 59 mins
  • Categories: Religion & Spirituality
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Sufism - a Matter of the Heart:

Sufism, also called “Islamic Mysticism” is a belief and practice in which Muslims seek to find the truth of divine love and knowledge through direct personal experience of God. Osho has spoken in a number of series on this beautiful tradition - which he compares with other spiritual and religious traditions - elaborating the underlying essence to an international audience. Osho brings the listener in contact with Sufism through his experiential sharing.

"I am not really talking on Sufism. I will be talking Sufism. If you are ready, if you are ready to go into this adventure, then you will attain to a taste of it. It is something that will start happening in your heart. It is something like a bud opening. You will start feeling a certain sensation in the heart - as if something is becoming alert, awake there; as if the heart has been asleep for long and now? - the first glimmer of the morning - and there you will have the taste." (Osho)

  • Chapter 1: A Rare Kind of Magic
  • Chapter 2: The Invisible Ones
  • Chapter 3: Tariqa - The Method
  • Chapter 4: Love Cannot Deliver the Goods
  • Chapter 5: Singing Silence
  • Chapter 6: The Passion for the Impossible
  • Chapter 7: From Robopathology to Awareness
  • Chapter 8: The Subtle Ego
  • Chapter 9: The Real Miracles
  • Chapter 10: The Original Signature
  • Chapter 11: Life Is a Luxury
  • Chapter 12: The Instant Pathology
  • Chapter 13: Judge Ye Not
  • Chapter 14: The Tug of War
  • Chapter 15: Adding Oil to the Fire
  • Chapter 16: Making the Circle Complete
©1977 OSHO International Foundation (P)2008 OSHO International Foundation

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A path must travel.

Memorable journey to existential experience .
Invaluable lessons to be enjoyed while learning.
Salutations to those who venture

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  • Mark M.
  • 19-10-19

8 Sufi parables contained.

In my option this is one of the more admirable of the new releases. I prefer more OSHO talks on parables and sutras than Q&A with Sannyasins.

All odd numbered chapters (8 total) contain the Sufi stories and the remaining even numbered chapters contain Q&A. Well balanced audiobook.

Keep the OSHO audible books coming. Audible is more user friendly than the OSHO.com website’s media player.

If you enjoy this I’d recommend Philosophia Ultima and or The Beloved volumes 1& 2

My favorite remains The God Conspiracy.

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  • Digital Life
  • 27-09-21

immense wisdom share

learned immensely, sending lots of gratitude for this audiobook. this book as added a ton to my spiritual growth and understanding.

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  • vikesh chawla
  • 30-03-21

Osho is a poet

A very misunderstood poet. The manner in which he explains complex ideas with the utmost simplicity blows me away. I have taken so much away from this book. The best audible token I have ever used.

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  • Uwe
  • 16-10-21

songs of the heart

One for the heart one to destroy your beliefs a way to find freedom

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-12-20

A mixture of Osho and Sufism

Osho was talking about spirituality in general, and using Sufi stories and sayings to back him up. Not very Sufi dense if that’s what you’re looking for. Just regular old Osho with a Sufi flavour.

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  • Owjan
  • 12-08-20

not a man but life itself

if flowers could talk, if rivers could sing and if mountains could dance it all would be in his language.