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Meditation: The Art of Ecstasy

Hardbound, 299 pages


In a series of talks especially of help to the beginner, Osho clears up the misconception about the relationship of concentration to meditation. He also underscores the point that meditation is not a serious business; on the contrary it opens up the dimension of lightheartedness, joy, play and creativity within each person. Making meditation immediately accessible for everyone, Osho suggests a variety of techniques specially designed for today’s seeker. He also provides detailed descriptions of each stage of his own revolutionary meditation technique, Dynamic Meditation. The last section of this book describes other radical meditation techniques by Osho.

Chapter 1 Yoga: the Growth of Consciousness
Chapter 2 Non-Doing Through Doing
Chapter 3 “Chaotic” Meditation
Chapter 4 Dynamic Meditation or, Silent Meditation
Chapter 5 Moving Deeply into the Known
Chapter 6 Kundalini: The Awakening of the Life Force
Chapter 7 Enlightenment: An Endless Beginning
Chapter 8 Initiation to a Master: The Ultimate Technique
Chapter 9 Sannyas: Dying to the Past
Chapter 10 Total Desire: The Path to Desirelessness
Chapter 11 What is the Soul?
Chapter 12 LSD and Meditation
Chapter 13 Intuition: A Non-Explanation
Chapter 14 Consciousness, Witnessing & Awareness
Chapter 15 The Difference between Satori & Samadhi
Chapter 16 Sexual Energy & the Awakening of the Kundalini
Chapter 17 The Manifestations of Prana in the Seven Bodies
Chapter 18 Traditional Techniques Reinvented by Osho
Chapter 19 Techniques Devised by Osho 

Moral, Immoral, Amoral

Paperback, 208 pages

“I don’t say cultivate morality; I say become more conscious, and you will be moral. But that morality will have a totally different flavor to it. It will be spontaneous; it will not be ready-made.” Osho

In a global world, we are in search of universal values—values based on a contemporary understanding that unifies us as human beings beyond the divisions of religions, nations, and race. In Moral, Immoral, Amoral, Osho speaks directly to this contemporary search as he introduces us to a quest for values that make sense in the world we live in—a quest that goes far beyond moral codes of behavior and comes from an inner connectivity and oneness with existence.

The Osho Life Essentials series focuses on the most important questions in the life of the individual. Each volume contains timeless and always-contemporary investigations and discussions into questions vital to our personal search for meaning and purpose, focusing on questions specific to our inner life and quality of existence.

My Way, The Way of the White Clouds



The questions Osho answers in this book were chosen over a period of fifteen days with a specific purpose: to introduce Osho and his work to the thousands of visitors and seekers looking for a new way of life.
With the clarity available only to a man who has gone beyond time and space to a state of supreme consciousness, Osho gives a comprehensive blueprint of his vision for a troubled twenty-first century humanity.
The symbol of the white clouds is chosen to represent the way a seeker moves on the path…and this book addresses all the states - storms, winds, rains, sun, rain and rainbows - that are part of the adventure.

Chapter   1: The Way of the White Clouds
Chapter   2: The Mystery Beyond Mind
Chapter   3: To Be Miserable or Ecstatic…?
Chapter   4: All Hopes Are False
Chapter   5: Dropping the Ego Now
Chapter   6: Are You Still Carrying Her?
Chapter   7: The Mystery of Relationship
Chapter   8: Only a Ripe Fruit Falls
Chapter   9: Surrender and I Will Do the Rest
Chapter 10: You Are the Way
Chapter 11: You Are the Meeting Point
Chapter 12: Whatsoever You Do, Be Total
Chapter 13: Share Through Your Being

No Water, No Moon

New Edition, Hardbound

Talks on Zen Stories

Osho uses these Zen stories to illustrate that holding onto the unessential is the barrier to our inner nature; losing needless attachments is a way to realization. In the title story, the nun Chiyono is carrying a pail of water and gazing at the reflection of the moon in the water. The pail starts to fall apart. She tries desperately to hold it together but fails.
The water pours out, and the reflection of the moon disappears. As the bucket falls apart, so do her mental constructs, and she realizes her inner self. These Zen stories on the surface seem absurd, but the meaning of Zen cannot be stated in words; it can only be implied by parable.
Osho employs these parables to elucidate the foibles of common thinking and to suggest ways to become aware of who we really are.

Chapter Titles
Chapter 1: Emptiness Cannot Be Frustrated
Chapter 2: Live the Mystery
Chapter 3: Whatsoever Life Brings, Welcome It
Chapter 4: The Absurd Is Needed
Chapter 5: Realize Who You Are
Chapter 6: The Ordinary Mind Is Enlightened
Chapter 7: In Meditation There Is No Other
Chapter 8: The More You Give, The More You
Chapter 9: Love Is Absolutely Adventurous
Chapter 10: In the Middle the Mind Disappears

Notes of a Madman

Notes of a Madman


Osho creates a loosely woven tapestry of vivid, humorous and touching impressions and glimpses giving the feeling we are having a personal meeting with the master. This small volume is one of three unique books from talks given in the unlikely setting of his dental sessions. In this atmosphere, Osho speaks in a poetic way on a wild and wonderful range of subject. It is a rare and intimate glimpse of enlightenment. He speaks on danger, beauty, madness, freedom, the fool. He tells us that fear is the only enemy of women. He weaves haikus of his own, and haikus from Zen mystics, with a loved Tibetan mantra: "Of the mortal and the immortal, of darkness and light, of the changing and the unchanging...Om mani padme hum."

Nowhere to go but in


In this book Osho answers a wide range of seeker’s questions, speaking on themes such as the nature of enlightenment, the seeking of spiritual powers, the relationship between meditation and love; on love and marriage, marriage and sex, sex as a meditation and Tantra.
In explaining a meditation technique called "tratak," Osho says it is "an experiment in just looking. It can be done under the open sky, in nature -- looking without mentally processing the images on the eye. In a short while you will find that the outside sky has entered you; that the sky outside and the sky within you have merged to become the great sky, all boundaries have disappeared."


"Osho is an enlightened master who is working with all possibilities to help humanity overcome a difficult phase in developing consciousness."
The Dalai Lama

"Osho is a mystical giant, a flowering of a unique intelligence and one of those rare humans ex-pressing himself with joy."
Paul Reps, author of Zen Flesh, Zen Bones.

Chapter   1: The Great Illusion
Chapter   2: Meditation: The Razor’s Edge
Chapter   3: The One, Undivided
Chapter   4: Don’t Throw Responsibility
Chapter   5: Read Between the Lines
Chapter   6: Either This or That
Chapter   7: First the Thirst
Chapter   8: The Blinkers of the "I"
Chapter   9: The Business of Isness
Chapter 10: Mentation & Meditation
Chapter 11: Mysticism: Conscious Anarchy
Chapter 12: The Ultimate Intercourse
Chapter 13: In - The Only Way Out
Chapter 14: The Ecology of the Inner
Chapter 15: You Need to Wake Up
Chapter 16: The Only Miracle

Philosophia Perennis 1

272 pages, Hardbound

About Philosophia Perennis, Vol. 1 In this book of talks on the Greek mathematician and mystic, Pythagoras, Osho declares that had Pythagoras been listened to humanity’s history would have been totally different. Pythagoras is a man close to Osho’s heart, with his understanding that materialism and spirituality - East and West, body and soul - exist together. Pythagoras understood that are not opposing forces but complementary facets of a harmonious whole. In this series of talks Osho delves into the insightful verses of Pythagoras and responds to seeker’s questions.

Philosophia Perennis 2

274 pages, Hardbound

Talks on Pythagoras, the Philosopher and Mystic

In this book Osho sheds light on the ancient and little-known teachings of Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician and mystic.
This is the second collection of talks in the series that Osho titled Philosophia Perennis, meaning the perennial philosophy, the timeless laws of existence. Far from being a dry, academic center of learning, the “mystery school” of Pythagoras was alive with music, dance, celebration and meditation. Osho clarifies how the combination of these seemingly polar opposites creates a unique meeting of religion and science. While introducing the reader to the wisdom of Pythagoras, Osho also brings his insight to topics including psychoanalysis, education, politics, revolutions, sex, and religion. Be prepared for a mind-blowing read.

Chapter 1: The Golden Mean
Chapter 2: Zorba the Buddha
Chapter 3: More and More Mystery
Chapter 4: The Inner and the Outer
Chapter 5: A Totally New Dimension
Chapter 6: Enlightenment Is Your Birthright
Chapter 7: Live Moment to Moment
Chapter 8: All Revolutions Have Failed
Chapter 9: Dependence Is Not One-Way Traffic
Chapter 10: Aesthetics: The Real Morality
Chapter 11: You Are Perfect

Power, Politics and Change incl. DVD

Paperback + DVD, 224 pages


Power, Politics, and Change takes on the conventional wisdom that “power corrupts” and proposes instead that those who seek power are already corrupt: Once they attain their goal, their corruption simply has the opportunity to express itself. That’s why even those who seek power in order to bring about radical change so often fail, despite their best intentions.
Osho looks at where this “will to power” comes from, how it expresses itself not only in political institutions, but in our everyday relationships. In the process, he offers a vision of relationships and society based not on power over others, but on a recognition of the uniqueness of every individual.
Power, Politics, and Change includes an original talk by Osho on DVD. This visual component enables the reader to experience the direct wisdom and humor of Osho straight from the source. The Osho Life Essentials series focuses on the most important questions in the life of the individual. Each volume contains timeless and always-contemporary investigations and discussions into questions vital to our personal search for meaning and purpose, focusing on questions specific to our inner life and quality of existence.

Returning to the Source


Talks on Zen

This book is a glorious mixture of no-nonsense Zen and sublime poetic mystery. Starting with the flesh and bones of these ten beautiful Zen stories, Osho takes us deeper and deeper into ourselves…back to the source, our source.

Chapter   1: One Short Note
Chapter   2: Throw It Out!
Chapter   3: The Abbot of Nansen
Chapter   4: The Good Wife
Chapter   5: This Is Egoism
Chapter   6: The Two Concubines
Chapter   7: Snowflakes as Beautiful as These
Chapter   8: The First Principle
Chapter   9: The Practical Joke
Chapter 10: Making a Nuisance