The Heart Sutra: Osho Talks on Buddha [MP3 AUDIOBOOK]
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In these talks, Osho introduces his audience to Gautama the Buddha and his great contribution to the development of human consciousness and the science of meditation. Each talk examines an excerpt from the classic Buddhist text known as the "Heart Sutra."
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16 Hours and 18 minutes in length Live recorded talks by Osho. Addressing both the timeless and timely concerns of all individuals.
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Listening to him takes a weight off my chest. Really his words are full of hope and compassion, like you would expect from a true spiritual leader. His philosophy makes life worth living, more fun and exciting. He does not teach anything, he just uncovers all the lies about misery that swarm around your head just making you waste energy you could be using in being happy.
The Heart Sutra is one of the most profound buddhist scriptures, containing the famous mantra: 'Gate, gate, paragate, parasamgate' ('Gone, gone, gone beyond, gone totally beyond') which really condenses the whole journey of the spiritual search. But as Osho emphazises, this is something to be lived, not a mantra to be automatically repeated.
As often is the case, Osho oscillates between commenting and expounding the text and answering questions from disciples and other seekers. Always making sure that the insights are related to our existential search and everyday life.
This audio-book contains all the lectures from the book of the same name. And of couse listening to the soft, lovetransmitting voice of Osho is something else. As always the talks are completely improvised making you feel you actually are listening to a masterimprovisator like John Coltrane or Jerry Garcia when they are completely in the zone. And in fact Osho always recommended one listened to him not with the intellect but in the same way we listen to a streaming brook or the chirping of birds.
And as always the real message is in the Silence between the words.