Osho is an enlightened mystic whose spontaneous talks to disciples and friends have been transcribed and published in more than 650 books in 35 languages worldwide.
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"Osho is not trying to purvey information, but a truth that bypasses conscious thought and all that belongs to it, just as the most important activities of human beings bypass the mind." (Bernard Levin, The Times [London])
If you like Osho, you'll love his humorous "meditations" on the Tao. Taken from a talk at Puna, the background noises are apparent, but the honesty, humor and teaching is clear. It's not as much a straight-forward explanation of Taoism or the Tao Te Ching as a non-Osho person would like. The context is different than just explaining the Tao.
If you like Osho, get this one. It's a keeper. If you don't know Osho or don't like him, it'd probably be better to have an idea of what Osho's about before getting this one.
For those not familiar with Osho, this is a good beginning. Here is a master teacher, a wisdom guru, who chops the meat of Taoism into manageable bites. His lucid explanations of the Tao make it easily accessible for the Western mind unfamiliar with Eastern thinking. Combining deep insight with a gentle, and at times humorous approach, the listener interested in knowing more of the Tao will find Osho's meditations very rewarding.
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