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In these delightful and playful talks, Osho introduces the mystery, the wonder and the emptiness that is Zen, not comparable to anything else and a completely different approach to life. The chapters alternate between elaborating original excerpts by the 14th Zen master, Ikkyu, taking us into the world of Zen – and responding to personal questions, which brings the world of Zen into our lives, connects with our issues and questions.

Listening to this series, recorded in India in an open-air auditorium with a live audience, we are listening to a Zen master – this is not intellectualized learning about Zen, not a lecture – but direct experiencing, which touches the being and helps our transformation.

Zen and Osho’s whole message is to experience the essence of emptiness, that blissful state of no-mind where this endlessly chattering mind with old conditionings stops running out of control and we are free to be ourselves. 

  1. The Essence of Emptiness
  2. Death in the Ego Is Life in Love
  3. All Is Happening Now
  4. Live Dangerously!
  5. ...And We Are in Love
  6. A Good Kick in the Pants
  7. Allow Reality to Reveal Itself
  8. Great Trust in Life
  9. Zen: A Transfer of Consciousness
  10. Only Man Is Capable of Boredom
  11. The Opening of Your Inner Core
  12. Out of Emptiness, Fullness is Born
  13. Religion Is Rebellion
  14. Becoming Is the Most Impossible Thing
  15. Existence Is Made of the Stuff Called Love
  16. It Ain't Easy!
  17. The Law of Buddhas
  18. The Flight of the Aone to the Alone
  19. Coming Close to Emptiness
  20. Seeking: The Source of All Tensions
  21. Choicelessness Brings You to the Whole
  22. Search for Your Own Path
  23. Breakfast Is More Important than Paradise
  24. Free from the Self Itself
  25. Waiting for a Sweet One
  26. A Way of Life
  27. Existence Is a Festival

Osho Talks - from original recordings of live events with Osho and his audience of seekers and friends from around the world. Recorded at the Osho International Meditation Resort, Pune, India.

©1978 OSHO International Foundation (P)2021 OSHO International Foundation

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The Best!

Osho is a teacher difficult to pigeonhole. One moment he says one thing, then another time he contradicts himself. But one thing is certain, he cares and he brings transformative teachings. These lectures are, if digested and put to practice, are treasures for sure. Listen and listen again. Bravo Osho!

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Taking it Easy is Amazing!

Truly a beautiful masterpiece just like all of his talks. His sharing, his Love is beyond words and Silence. We need a commune in Upstate New York or at least a place for Sannyasins to come together.

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  • 03-07-22

sublime exquisiteness

Master OSHOs discourses, timeless! Transcendental. Divine wisdom. thanks for posting this. WAY BETTER than listening to the garbage on radio, T.V and the garbage that is contemporary music!