Osho, «The Discipline of Transcendence» 4 volumes

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Osho, «The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol 1»
ISSN : 0-88050-045-X | PDF | 189 Pages | 1,2 Mb


1. The most excellent way, 2
2. The greatest miracle, 20
3. Only nothing is, 40
4. Two empty skies meeting, 59
5. Be therefore mindful, 76
6. Nothing is lacking, 96
7. Living the dhamma, 112
8. Sincerity in the search, 133
9. The truth beyond magic, 149
10.Thus come, thus gone, 170


Osho, «The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol 2»
ISBN : 0-88050-046-8 | PDF | 208 Pages | 1,4 Mb


1. The challenge of the buddha, 2
2. Happy for no reason, 27
3. In accord with the way, 48
4. The Blessed One, 65
5. A light unto yourself, 83
6. My blessings with you, 101
7. Reflections of emptiness, 119
8. A distant star, 137
9. The discipline beyond discipline, 156
10.A hollow bamboo, 174
11.Spiritual enlightenment,191


Osho, «The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol 3»
ISBN : 0-88050-047-6 | PDF | 186 Pages | 1,2 Mb


1. You Are Always on the Funeral Pyre, 2
2. Let There Be Prayer,21
3. There Is Nothing Like Lust, 39
4. Even Angels Don't Sing All the Time, 58
5. Become a Driftwood, 75
6. When Two Zeros Meet, 93
7. Just Working for Peanuts, 109
8. The Forbidden Path, 129
9. Away with the Passions! 147
10.While I Am Here, Enjoy Me, 167[[/center]


Osho, «The Discipline of Transcendence, Vol 4»
ISBN /: 0-88050-048-4 | PDF | 204 Pages | 1,3 Mb


1. The Eightfold Way, 2
2. Rich man's guru, poor man's guru, 22
3. Remember the middle, 38
4. Let go of the branch, 55
5. The discipline of transcendence, 73
6. Go on moving, 93
7. The ten grounds of the way, 110
8. The disappearance of the magician, 129
9. Provisions for the journey, 148
10.The bear of reason, 167
11.Collecting pebbles on the seashore of life,184

Buddha is as much an analyst as Bertrand Russell.
You need not be a religious person to be convinced by Buddha, that's his
rarity. You need not believe at all. You need not believe in god, you need not
believe in the soul, you need not believe in anything – still you can be with
Buddha, and by and by you will come to know about the soul and about the god
also. But those are not hypotheses.
No belief is required to travel with Buddha. You can come with all scepticism
possible. He accepts, he welcomes, and he says, 'Come with me.' First he
convinces your mind, and once your mind is convinced and you start travelling
with him, by and by you start feeling that he has a message which is beyond mind,
he has a message which no reason can confine. But first he convinces your reason.
Buddha's religion is supra-rational, but not against reason. This has to be
understood in the very beginning. It has something to do with the beyond,
supra-rational, but that supra-rational is not against the rational. It is in tune with
it. The rational and the supra-rational are a continuity, continuous. This is the
rarity of Buddha.
Krishna says to Arjuna, 'Surrender to me.' Buddha never says that. He
convinces you to surrender. Krishna says, 'Surrender to me, then you will be
convinced.' Buddha says, 'Be convinced first, then surrender comes like a shadow.
You need not worry about it, don't talk about it at all.'
Because of this rational approach he never brings any concept which cannot be
proved. He never talks about god. H. G. Wells has said about Buddha, 'He is the
most godly and the most godless man in the whole history of man.' Yes, it is so –
most godly and most godless.
You cannot find more godly a person than Buddha. Every other personality
simply fades before him. His luminosity is superb, his being has no comparison,
but he does not talk about god.
Because he has never talked about god, many think that he is an atheist – he is
not. He has not talked about god because there is no way to talk about god. All
talk about god is nonsense. Whatsoever you can say about god is going to be false.
It is something that cannot be said.
Other seers also say that nothing can be said about god, but at least they say
this much – that nothing can be said about god. Buddha is really logical, he will
not say even this, because he says, 'Even to say that nothing can be said about god,
you have said something. If you say, "God cannot be defined," you have defined
him in a negative way – that he cannot be defined. If you say, "Nothing can be
said," that too you are saying.' Buddha is strictly logical. He will not utter a single
Ludwig Wittgenstein, one of the greatest thinkers of this age, one of the
greatest of all the ages also, has said, 'That which cannot be said must not be said.
That which cannot be said, one must be silent thereof.' Because to utter something
about something which is unutterable is a sacrilege.
Buddha is not an atheist but he never talks about god. That's why I say he is a
rarity. He brings many people to god – he brought more people than anybody else
has done. Millions of people were brought to become godly in his presence, but he
never uttered the word. Not only god, but even soul, self – he has no theory about
it. He simply says, 'I can show you the way how to go in. You go and see.' He
says, 'Buddhas can only indicate the path, they cannot provide you with a
philosophy. You are there, go in and see…'

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