Come Follow to You, Vol. 1

Reflections on Jesus of Nazareth
By: Osho
Narrated by: Osho
Length: 15 hrs and 45 mins
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Through the verses of the New Testament Gospels, Osho brings the teachings of Jesus to life, calling him a poet. "Jesus became a great milestone in the history of consciousness. It is not just coincidental that Jesus' birth has become the most important date in history. Before Christ, one world; after Christ, a totally different world has existed - a demarcation in the consciousness of man." (Osho)

"I will speak on Christ, but not on Christianity. Christianity has nothing to do with Christ. In fact, Christianity is anti-Christ - just as Buddhism is anti-Buddha and Jainism is anti-Mahavira. Christ has something in him which cannot be organized: the very nature of it is rebellion and rebellion cannot be organized." (Osho)

©1975 OSHO International Foundation (P)2017 OSHO International Foundation

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Truly words like fire. The burning compassion of Jesus with responses by Osho. The conclusion with story of Buddha’s turn from the wall seem fitting.