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Take It Easy

780 p., Hardcover

Talks on Zen Buddhism 

In these delightful and playful talks, available for the first time in one volume, Osho introduces the mystery, the wonder, and the emptiness that is Zen. He uses the poetry of one of the most outrageous Zen masters, Ikkyu, to show the ways and methods a Zen master uses to permanently transform, rather than simply inform. 

Osho and Ikkyu’s whole message is about how to experience the essence of emptiness: that blissful state of no-mind where all old conditionings are gone and man is free just to be himself. As Osho speaks of Ikkyu, and answers people’s questions, he is also speaking of himself. As he speaks of who Ikkyu is, he is revealing more about himself. 

These talks can change the life of anyone who has an open mind. Osho’s words are a fire that burns away old enslaving concepts, and fears that have constricted people’s lives for millenia. He gives a fresh, new understanding of himself, and shows how each person can find the way to light his own path.

Chapter Titles

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

Take it really seriously

Available again!

Hardbound, 703 pages

Take It Really Seriously is a big, beautifully bound, collectors edition joke book, available only in Hardcover. At the time of writing there are only a few hundred copies remaining, and it is unlikely to ever be reprinted.
It has 30 chapters of jokes, on subjects ranging from:

  • Marriage to Maxims
  • Sex to Shrinks
  • Cannibals to Kids

And there are  big chapters on:

  • Religion,  Politics, Nations, Animals.......


A joke for every occasion: weddings, meetings, parties,
religious sermons, college lectures...... anytime anywhere!

As well as over 2000 jokes, there are many of Osho's insights.  

  • On humor, and why a sense of humor is essential in
    life
  • On laughter, and why it is gives us a healthy mind, body
    and soul
  • On the psychology of jokes, and why they make us
    laugh
  • On the history of jokes, and how they differ in different
    cultures.


In fact this book really is
A Revolutionary Insight into Jokes.

Tantric Transformation

Hardbound

Talks on The Royal Song of Saraha

In this second volume of Osho’s talks on Saraha’s Royal Song, we are given a detailed map of Tantra: inner man, inner woman; the meeting of man and woman; the transformation of sexual energy and other techniques.
The Tantra vision, founded by Saraha, is one of the most glorious visions ever dreamed of by man. Tantra is all-embracing, respecting each of us as individuals and the essential nature of our humanity.
In Tantra Vision 2, Osho explains the goal of Tantra: the experience of cosmic expansion and, ultimately, of divine wisdom. He describes the Tantra map of inner consciousness, including the "four seals" or locks that open in us as we move higher in meditation. Speaking with profound wisdom and compassion, Osho shows how he truly understands the fabric of our lives on earth, seeing both the splendor and despair of our Western ways, and the doubt, misery and guilt that are the legacy of our Hebraic-Christian religions. He encourages us to turn inwards, to expand to the uttermost and to learn the Tantric language of love that will finally bring us joy and happiness in life. This book is a very alive, concrete guide for exploration of our own energy, of our own inner space.

Chapter   1: The Tantra Map
Chapter   2: Freedom Is a higher Value
Chapter   3: Breaking the Four Seals
Chapter   4: Trust Cannot Be Betrayed
Chapter   5: From Nothing to Nothing
Chapter   6: I Am Enough Alone
Chapter   7: Intelligence Is Meditation
Chapter   8: Love Makes No Shadow
Chapter   9: No-Mind Is the Door
Chapter 10: Just a Remembrance

Tao-The Pathless Path

Paperback, 182 pages

In his commentaries on five parables from "The Lieh Tzu" Osho brings a fresh and contemporary interpretation to the ancient wisdom of Tao. Lieh Tzu was well known a Taoist master of the 4th century B.C., and his sly critiques of Confucius provide abundant opportunities for the reader to explore the contrasts between the rational and irrational, the male and the female, the structured and the spontaneous.

The chapters in this beautiful little paperback are selections from a longer series of talks given under the same name, with an additional chapter of responses to questions. If you feel drawn to the "watercourse way" of Tao, with its approach of let-go and harmony with nature, this is a book you will especially enjoy.

1. Who Is Truly Happy? - uses the discovery of a human skull on the roadside to probe into the question of immortality and how misery arises out of the existence of the ego.

2. A Man Who Knows How to Console Himself - looks beneath the apparent cheerfulness of a wandering monk and asks if there is really a happiness that endires through life’s ups and downs.

3. No Regrets - a parable about the difference between the knowledge that is gathered from the outside and the "knowing" that arises from within.

4. No Rest for the Living - uses a dialogue between a despondent seeker and his master to reveal the limits of philosophy and the crippling consequences of living for the sake of some future goal.

5. Best Be Still, Best Be Empty - discusses the differences between the path of will, the via affirmativa of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, versus the path of the mystic, the via negativa of Buddha, Lao Tzu and Lieh Tzu.

6. Following Torah, Open to Tao - responses to questions; how the Taoist worldview applies to the practical experiences of daily life.

The Art of Living

Hardcover, 196 pages

How many people can honestly say that they are really living? This book gives a glimpse into what it means to live totally and consciously, and how living can become an art. 

Osho presents and explores five principles: nonviolence, non-possessiveness, non-theft, non-desire, and non-unawareness. He shows how they can be applied to everyday life by bringing awareness to the simplest of actions and the minutest of details, as well as to the most powerful of human energies, sex. Through directly encountering the depths of the unconscious and aspects of our human nature that we most shy away from, we can rise to the highest peaks of consciousness. 

Those familiar with the Jaina sages will recognize the five virtues as an echo of their central views. These talks were given in Mumbai at the request of Osho’s Jaina friends during the Paryuchan Parva, their main religious fortnight of the year. The commentaries are beautifully illustrated with anecdotes from the lives of many great mystics, including Mahavira, the last Jaina sage. 

Warning against the pitfalls of trying to imitate them, Osho invites the reader to begin his own, unique inner journey towards that state of ultimate liberation that is the potential of every human being.

Chapter Titles

Part 1: The five great virtues 

  • Chapter 1: Nonviolence 
  • Chapter 2: Non-Possessiveness 
  • Chapter 3: Non-Theft 
  • Chapter 4: Non-Desire 
  • Chapter 5: Non-Unawareness 

    Part 2: The true civilization of mankind 
  • Chapter 6: Transcending the Animal Heritage 
  • Chapter 7: The Responsibility Is Man’s 
  • Chapter 8: Experience Leads to Liberation 
  • Chapter 9: Uncovering the Original Face 
  • Chapter 10: A Love Affair with Existence 
  • Chapter 11: A New Energy Is Born, a New Life 
  • Chapter 12: The Seed Transforms into a Tree 
  • Chapter 13: The Inner Journey Begins
  • The Book of Nothing

    Hardbound, 296 pages

    Talks on the Faith Mind of Sosan 

    There is little known about the ancient Zen master, Sosan, yet with very few words he has revealed how a river finds its course, how a seeker finds his path without knowing. Step by step, Osho unlocks the meaning within Sosan’s verses, revealing the individual, tangible maps contained within every seeker of truth. Through this book the reader can be awakened to sense his own way forward. 

    This is not a guide book filled with instructions on which turns to take, which decisions to make. It is a book in which Osho skillfully uses words to carve a path into the heart of meditation – a phenomenal journey that begins with the words on a page and ends in the most profound silence of The Book of Nothing: Hsin Hsin Ming. 



    Reviews

    "Sosan’s book is so small, just like Isa Upanishad, and far more significant. When I say that my heart breaks, because I would like Isa to be the ultimate book, but what can I do? – Sosan has defeated it. Tears come to my eyes because Isa is defeated, and also because Sosan is victorious”.
    Osho, Books I Have Loved

    Chapter Titles

  • Chapter 1: The Great Way Is Not Difficult 
  • Chapter 2: The Way Is Perfect 
  • Chapter 3: Stop Talking and Thinking 
  • Chapter 4: To Return to the Root 
  • Chapter 5: The Unity of Emptiness 
  • Chapter 6: Strive to No Goals 
  • Chapter 7: All Dreams Must Cease 
  • Chapter 8: Life in True Faith 
  • Chapter 9: Not Two 
  • Chapter 10: No Yesterday, No Tomorrow, No Today 
  • The Diamond Sutra

    Paperback, 240 pages

    Written over 25 centuries ago, "The Diamond Sutra", like many sutras, begins with the famous phrase 'Thus have I heard'. In this sutra the Buddha has finished his daily walk with the monks to gather offerings of food, and sits down to rest. One of the more senior monks, Subhuti, comes forth and asks the Buddha a question. What follows is a dialogue regarding the nature of perception. In this book Osho offers his unique and highly accessible interpretation of the Buddha's words.
    When you read Osho, it is as if you are in the audience while he speaks. The words are recordings of his teachings - the easy, humorous conversational style makes for effortless reading and brings the most complex ideas into a form that anyone can understand and learn from. His irreverent wit and thought-provoking inspiration continue to attract growing numbers of readers and devotees. 'This sutra - "The Diamond Sutra" - was born in Sravasti.
    The Sanskrit name of this sutra is "Vajrachchhedika Prajnaparamita Sutra". It means perfection of wisdom which cuts like a thunderbolt. If you allow, Buddha can cut you like a thunderbolt. He can behead you. He can kill you and help you to be reborn. The new being is possible only when the old has been destroyed. A buddha has to be both - a murderer and a mother. On the one hand he has to kill, on the other hand he has to give new being to you.

    The Diamond Sword

    Hardbound, 240 pages

    Rediscovering meditation — the forgotten treasure of India

    In response to questions from individuals and members of the press, Osho speaks on the essential and timeless path of meditation — focusing on India’s ancient heritage of inquiry into transforming human consciousness, of going within ourselves rather than looking to the outer world for fulfillment and recognition.
    Set against the backdrop of his return to India after having been illegally deported from the United States, and after a subsequent “World Tour” where he was denied entry to 21 countries, Oslo uses those recent experiences to highlight his essential message for the whole of humanity — to grow in consciousness, to discover individual freedom and truth through tapping into our inner treasure of awareness.

    Chapter 1: Lines Drawn on Water
    Chapter 2: The Sword of Meditation
    Chapter 3: The Seeds to the Flowers: Creating the Milieu
    Chapter 4: An Experience of Deathlessness
    Chapter 5: Forfeiting Duality
    Chapter 6: Picking Up the Diamonds
    Chapter 7: The Ultimate Opulence: Love and Meditation
    Chapter 8: The Call of Your Interiority
    Chapter 9: Freedom from the Past
    Chapter 10: The Treasure of One’s Own Experience
    Chapter 11: Ambition: The Roots of Terrorism
    Chapter 12: Transforming Sexual Energy
    Chapter 13: The Light of Buddhahood
    Chapter 14: India: The Eternal Pilgrimage
      

    The Empty Boat

    234 p., Paperback, with DVD included

    In this highly accessible introduction to Zen and its spiritual origins, Osho talks on the stories of Chinese mystic Chuang Tzu, revitalizing the 300-year-old Taoist message of self-realization. He speaks about the state of egolessness, or "the empty boat," spontaneity, dreams and wholeness, living life choicelessly, and meeting death with the same equanimity. This beautiful new edition overflows with the wisdom of one who has realized the state of egolessness himself.

    The Eternal Quest

    Hardbound, 245 pages

    Religiousness is the last luxury, says Osho. Western psychotherapy helps us adjust so we can live in “normal insanity,” but once all our material needs are fulfilled, something in us still aches for more – for freedom, expansion, bliss. The 120 questions and responses in The Eternal Quest are about this search, with all its peaks and pitfalls. Osho emphasizes how vital it is for us to ask genuine, basic questions if we want real answers, and has a mercilessly compassionate way of dealing with those who have not understood the point. Inspiring, profound and playful, this book covers everything from the science behind OSHO Dynamic Meditation to why we suffer in love and life.


    Chapter 1: Religion: Knowing through Feeling
    Chapter 2: Discovering Your Own Path
    Chapter 3: The Twenty-first Century Approach to Meditation
    Chapter 4: Hatha Yoga and Hypnosis
    Chapter 5: First Freedom, then Expression
    Chapter 6: Consciousness: Living in the Vertical Dimension
    Chapter 7: The Disease Called Seriousness
    Chapter 8: God: The Creative Process, Not the Creator
    Chapter 9: The Need for Authenticity
    Chapter 10: Life: Uncharted and Unknown Possibilities
    Chapter 11: Hare Krishna, Hare Rama!
    Chapter 12: Right Questioning
    Chapter 13: Beyond Polarities, Beyond Time
    Chapter 14: Suffering: Broken Harmony
    Chapter 15: The Last Luxury

    The Heart Sutra

    Hardbound

    Talks on The Prajnaparamita Hridaya Sutra

    Discourses on the Heart Sutra, the Prajnaparamita Hridaya Sutra of Gautam the Buddha reveal his essential teachings: the merging of negative and positive, the insubstantiality of the ego, and the buddha-nature of all of existence. In his inimitable way Osho brings these archaic yet invaluable insights right to the doorstep of the contemporary inquirer. He also speaks on the seven chakras and the corresponding facets in man? the physical, psychosomatic, psychological, psycho-spiritual, spiritual, spiritual-transcendental and transcendental.

    Reviews:

    "Treatises on Buddhism are often dry and reverential, if not tediously scholastic, and if Osho’s treatment is not canonical, it compensates by throbbing with life, humor, penetrating insight and the continual provocation to think for oneself." Guy Claxton, Author of Noises from the Darkroom

    The Hidden Harmony

    Hardbound, 245 pages

     

    I have been in love with Heraclitus for many lives. In fact, Heraclitus is the only Greek I have ever been in love with - except, of course, Mukta, Seema and Neeta!
    Heraclitus is really beautiful. Had he been born in India, or in the East, he would have been known as a buddha. But in Greek history, Greek philosophy, he was a stranger, an outsider. He is known in Greece not as an enlightened person but as Heraclitus the Obscure, Heraclitus the Dark, Heraclitus the Riddling. And the father of Greek philosophy and of Western thought, Aristotle, thought that he was no philosopher at all. Aristotle said, "At the most he is a poet," but that too was difficult for him to concede. So later on he said in other works, "There must be some defect in Heraclitus' character, something wrong biologically; that's why he talks in such obscure ways, and talks in paradoxes." Aristotle thought that he was a little eccentric, a little mad - and Aristotle dominates the whole West. If Heraclitus had been accepted, the whole history of the West would have been totally different. But he was not understood at all. He became more and more separate from the main current of Western thinking and the Western mind.
    Heraclitus was like Gautam Buddha or Lao Tzu or Basho. The Greek soil was absolutely not good for him. He would have been a great tree in the East: millions would have profited, millions would have found the way through him. But for Greeks he was just outlandish, eccentric, something foreign, alien; he didn't belong to them. That's why his name has remained just on the side, in a dark corner; by and by he has been forgotten.

    What is the message of Heraclitus, the deepest message? Understand so you can follow.
    He does not believe in things, he believes in processes -- process is God to him. And if you watch closely, you will see that THINGS don't exist in the world; everything is a process. In fact to use the word "is," is existentially wrong, because everything is becoming. Nothing is in a state of isness, nothing!
    You say, "This is a tree." By the time you say it, it has grown; your statement is already false. The tree is never static, so how can you use the word, is? It is always becoming, becoming something else. Everything is growing, moving, in a process. Life is movement. It is like a river - always moving. Says Heraclitus, "You cannot step in the same river twice," because by the time you come to step into it the second time, it has moved. It is a flow. Can you meet the same person twice? Impossible! You were here yesterday morning also - but am I the same? Are you the same? Both rivers have changed. You may be here again tomorrow, but you will not find me; somebody else will be here.
    Life is changing. "Only change is eternal," says Heraclitus -- only change never changes. Everything else changes.

    The Journey of Being Human

    Paperback, 192 pages

    Is It Possible to Find Real Happiness in Ordinary Life?

    Man is a bridge, says Osho, between the animal and the divine – and our awareness of this dual aspect of our nature is what makes us human. It is also what makes us restless, full of conflict, so often at the crossroads of selfishness and generosity, of love and hate, frailty and strength, hope and despair. The Journey of Being Human looks into how we might embrace and accept these apparent contradictions, rather than trying to choose between them, as the key to transforming each twist and turn of life’s journey into a new discovery of who we are meant to be.
    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. The Osho Life Essentials series focuses on questions specific to our inner life and quality of existence, for example: Is it possible to have an authentic spirituality without a belief in God? What is meditation and how does it work? What can I do as an individual to make the world a better place?

    Content:
    Introduction
    1 The Journey of Being Human
    2 From Cradle to Grave
    3 In Search of the Soul
    4 Suffering in a Dream
    5 Extraordinarily Ordinary
    Epilogue: The Mine of your Treasures is within you

    The Man of Truth - with DVD

    A Majority of One

    389 pages, HC, including DVD of an incomparable press interview

    Osho transforms questions from the world’s media into exchanges of remarkable depth. He uses the opportunity to give worldwide exposure to his radical, far-reaching vision. Included in this book is one of these incomparable press interviews on DVD.

    Facing the most remarkable interviewee they are ever likely to meet, a few journalists are seen to flounder as they sense they are losing their grip on the proceedings. But many become fascinated and delighted by the realization that they are spending precious time with a unique and extraordinarily ordinary being who is sharing his inimitable vision of world events, human relationships, and the art of being a seeker whilst living in the thick of the challenges of the contemporary world.
    With his enlightened gift for repartee and some exquisitely timed insights, Osho transforms any attempts at shallow sensationalism into an opportunity for exchanges of a remarkable depth, and uses the opportunity to give worldwide exposure to his radical, far-reaching vision.
    In these times of information overload, when a daily newspaper can seem outdated before it reaches the shelves, the words in this book are as fresh and relevant today as they were on the day they were spoken. In fact, they continue to be far ahead of their time.

    Chapter Titles
    Chapter 1: An Ordinary Man
    Chapter 2: Come Again and Again
    Chapter 3: No God but Godliness
    Chapter 4: America Is a Hypocrite
    Chapter 5: You Are Alive
    Chapter 6: Live it, Enjoy it
    Chapter 7: You Are Your Own Authority
    Chapter 8: The Intelligent Way
    Chapter 9: Here Now
    Chapter 10: A Man Like Me Cannot Be Ignored
    Chapter 11: God Is the Greatest Lie
    Chapter 12: The Value of Freedom
    Chapter 13: Don’t Believe in Me
    Chapter 14: An Unwelcome Guest
    Chapter 15: A World-Wide Phenomenon

    The Man who loved Seagulls

    272 p., Paperback

    In The Man Who Loved Seagulls, Osho--himself a master storyteller--discusses essential stories and parables from the world’s great wisdom traditions of Zen, Taoism, Christianity, and Judaism. A powerful teaching tool, this collection of stories has been interpreted and applied to the concerns of modern day life making the valuable lessons it imparts both timely and universal. The stories encourage meditation as they are meant to be told and studied again and again, in order to discover new layers of meaning with each reading.

    Topics include:

    *The futility of chasing happiness

    *The journey from fear to freedom

    *The Zen approach to death and dying

    *The extraordinary intelligence of innocence

    The Message beyond Words

    Hardbound, 516 pages

    The Kathopanishad is the ancient Indian scripture that has been used much like the Tibetan Bardo, to help the dying on their way. This Upanishad tells the story of a small boy, Nachiketa, who is sent by his father to Yama, the Lord of Death. With his innocent and sincere questions, the boy learns from Yama the deepest secrets of death and immortality. Osho’s commentary on this mysterious and touching story brings light and clarity to an inevitability that touches us all.

    Chapter   1: Death Is the Master
    Chapter   2: The Thirst for the Deathless
    Chapter   3: Worthy of Truth
    Chapter   4: Alight with the Inner Fire
    Chapter   5: Never Born, Never Dies
    Chapter   6: The One, Indivisible
    Chapter   7: The Flowering of Godliness
    Chapter   8: Dissolved in the Universal Soul
    Chapter   9: This, Is That
    Chapter 10: The One Reality
    Chapter 11: None Can Transcend It
    Chapter 12: This Direct Knowing
    Chapter 13: Freedom From Birth and Death
    Chapter 14: The Great Death
    Chapter 15: Religion Is Desirelessness
    Chapter 16: A Trusting Heart
    Chapter 17: The Deathless One

    The Osho Song Book

    A notebook with 34 „Musicgroupsongs“ for guitar and piano.

    Table of content:
    Just Say Yes, The Time Is Ripe, We Melt Into Your Love, Ah This, You Put A Song In My Life, Falling Leaves, Fire From Your Eyes, Nothing Is Said, The Sound Of Water, Home Is Where The Heart Is, The Universe, I Am Touched, Love Is An Invitation, Attitude Of Your Love, There Is So Much Magnificence, This Moment Is Everything, Osho, We Your People, Whisper In A Hurricane, Osho, Where Earth And Sky Are One, Never Born And Never Died, The Miracle Of You, ll I Can Do Is Dance, Trees Bow Down, From Me Smallest Grassleaf

    The Osho Upanishad

    New Edition, Hardbound

    This book begins with the question, "Could you please explain the work of a mystery school?" And Osho goes on to describe the support that such schools give to the seekers of truth, throughout time, the world over.
    Commencing this series of talks at the completion of his World Tour, Osho declares the beginning of a new phase of his own work saying: "Books can be written, can be dictated to a machine, but what I am going to start is totally different. It is an upanishad." Osho explains that "Upanishad" means to be taken into the world of the master - and this is the work of his mystery school. Responding to a myriad of insightful, existential and sincere questions - What is mysticism? What is fear? What is freedom? Buddha, Rinzai, Krishnamurti, Marx, Gandhi, Bodhidharma, Nietzsche, Jesus, Gurdjieff, Zarathustra - they all become grist to Osho’s mill, bringing the reader to the point of awareness where all questions begin to disappear.

    Chapter   1: The Mystery School
    Chapter   2: The Master
    Chapter   3: Master and Disciple
    Chapter   4: Misery Is the Prison
    Chapter   5: The Ultimate Evolution of Mind
    Chapter   6: Mind Thinks, Meditation Knows
    Chapter   7: Silence Is a Song without Words
    Chapter   8: The Conspiracy of the Mystics
    Chapter   9: The Way of Upanishad
    Chapter 10: Understanding Is Transcendence
    Chapter 11: A Journey from Fiction to Reality
    Chapter 12: To Be an Individual Takes Courage
    Chapter 13: The Master’s Art
    Chapter 14: Beyond Science Is Knowing
    Chapter 15: The Art of Remembering
    Chapter 16: Truth Is Always Individual
    Chapter 17: Truth Is Dangerous
    Chapter 18: Go Higher
    Chapter 19: Responsibility
    Chapter 20: When the Disciple Is Ready…
    Chapter 21: Only the Real Can Meet the Real
    Chapter 22: A Journey Without End
    Chapter 23: "Nothing" Is My Sword
    Chapter 24: Around Me…Something Happens
    Chapter 25: Listening Lets the Heart Decide
    Chapter 26: A Master Is Death and Resurrection
    Chapter 27: This Is Just a Device
    Chapter 28: If You Swim, You Miss
    Chapter 29: Mysticism, the Forgotten Language
    Chapter 30: The Taste of No-Mind
    Chapter 31: The Greatest Reality in the World
    Chapter 32: The Greatest Gamble
    Chapter 33: Meditation in the Marketplace
    Chapter 34: Not to Be, the Greatest Ecstasy
    Chapter 35: A Realization
    Chapter 36: The Miracle of the Flower
    Chapter 37: Bowing Down to the Master
    Chapter 38: The Conspiracy Against the Individual
    Chapter 39: Must I Say Goodbye?
    Chapter 40: My Disciples Are My Garden
    Chapter 41: From Information to Transformation
    Chapter 42: Be a Seeker, Not a Believer
    Chapter 43: A Sunflower Faces the Sun
    Chapter 44: Paradise Is for the Courageous