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Vipassana Dhyan (Hindi)

Written by: OSHO
Narrated by: OSHO
Length: 1 hr and 49 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Vipassana sabse kimti dhyan hai. Iski vidhi hai, sirph baithkar shvas ko dekhte rahna. Yah pranayam nahi hai, shvas ki naisargik gati ko sakshibhav se dekhna hi vipassana hai. Is tarh dekht-dekhte hi chitt ke sare rog tirohit ho jate hai, sharir se sambandh tut jata hai. Ise aharnish kahi bhi kiya ja sakta hai.

Please note: This speech is in Hindi.

©1978 OSHO International Foundation (P)2016 OSHO International Foundation

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Vipassana

it's very good 😊 it's a pleasure listening this book it takes to other world.

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Speechless and awesome

truly loved an amazing, spellbound and awesome narration I'm truly speechless no words. it's like a nasha which takes you in some other world.

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wrong title

books specs as vipassana but end up as an delegation from Osho, good content but misleading title led to confusion

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Misleading Title

This book is not on vipassana. There is a very brief discussion about Vipassana, whereas the title suggests as if it is about Vipassana.