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A Cup of Tea


A beautifully bound collection of 365 letters written by Osho to his disciples and friends, during the time he was travelling in India from the 1950’s through the early 1970’s. With less than a half dozen exceptions, personal names have been removed from the text to reveal more clearly the universality of these inspirational messages.

Each letter is a gem of insight. The subject matter is as multi-faceted as the human search for truth, and covers everything from the difficulties in love and relationships to the challenges of understanding the nature of mind and reality. Osho often uses stories and parables to illustrate his points, which makes the text very clear and accessible. Anyone drawn to truth will treasure this book - the perfect bedside companion, to be savored one cup at a time. Those who wish to understand Osho’s unique approach to life will find the book to be an excellent introduction to the wisdom of the extraordinary man. And all those who are on the path of enlightenment will find encouragement and inspiration within its pages.

Above all - don´t wobble

Hardbound, 318 pages

"I go on answering your questions, your problems, and I go on solving them knowing well that you have none. You can ask me then why do I go on answering you? I can simply say that this is useless. But then you won't be able to understand.
You give me a problem, I give you a solution. You ask me a question, I give you the answer. I become part of the game. If you are interested in playing the game, I will play. By and by you will become aware of what you are doing. And remember, it is only your time that is wasted, not mine, because now I have nothing to attain; so nothing is wasted, only your time.
Once you understand this, then you drop the problems, then you start enjoying and celebrating. Rather than thinking, dance; rather than thinking, sing; rather than thinking, go for a long walk, swim in the river."

These recorded evening meetings give the phenomenon of enlightenment a contemporary, personal focus. One by one, disciples and visitors sit in front of Osho, alone or as part of a therapy group, to receive his individualized advice on their questions and life experiences.

Chapter 1: Cooperate with Love
Chapter 2: Personal and Existential
Chapter 3: When Anger Is False, Laughter Is False
Chapter 4: When Death Is Taboo, Fear Uncoils
Chapter 5: Be a Chaos at Easy
Chapter 6: Live Dangerously
Chapter 7: The Rock Bottom of It All
Chapter 8: Life Is Beyond Your Control
Chapter 9: Intrinsic Imperfection
Chapter 10: Use That Clarity
Chapter 11: Free and Alive
Chapter 12: Be Capable of Non-Doing
Chapter 13: Health Is a Function of Love
Chapter 14: Love Is as Rare as Buddhahood
Chapter 15: Keep the Doors Open
Chapter 16: Ride on the Wave of Harmony
Chapter 17: Outgoing, Ingoing
Chapter 18: Be Available to the Unknowable
Chapter 19: Guilt, the Shadow of the Ego
Chapter 20: Slipping into the Vertical
Chapter 21: Totality Transforms Quality
Chapter 22: The Transparency of Children
Chapter 23: Emptiness and Stuffing
Chapter 24: Beyond Experience
Chapter 25: Dancing with the Whole
Chapter 26: In Tantra, Forget About Technique
Chapter 27: Now Follow That Insight
Chapter 28: A Synthesis of Love and Awareness

Ancient Music in The Pines

160 p., Paperback, with DVD included

Today, humanity is caught up in the mad complexity of the mind and there is an urgent need to rediscover simplicity and innocence. Here, contemporary mystic Osho brings to life the inherent and timeless wisdom of traditional Zen stories, showing that Zen is a way of dissolving philosophical problems, not of solving them — a way of getting rid of philosophy, because philosophy is a sort of neurosis. Zen is for those intelligent enough to understand the limitations of the intellect and ready to recognize the significance of intuition in the world of mysticism.

Autobiograhy of a spiritually incorrected Mystic


Ten years have passed since, in the words of his attending physician, Osho prepared for his departure from the body that had served him for 59 years "as calmly as though he were packing for a weekend in the country." This volume is a recognition that the time has come to provide a historical and biographical context for understanding Osho and his work. Who was this man, known as the sex guru, the "self-appointed Bhagwan", the Rolls Royce Guru, the Rich Man’s Guru and simply the Master?

Drawn from nearly 5000 hours of Osho’s recorded talks, we hear the story of his youth and education, his life as a professor of philosophy and years of travel teaching the importance of meditation, and the true legacy he sought to leave behind: a religionless religion centered on the act of meditation and the teaching of "Zorba the Buddha", a celebration of the whole human being.

OSHO is one of the most provocative spiritual teachers of our time. In the 1970’s he captured the attention of young people from the West who wanted to experience meditation and transformation; A decade after his death, the influence of his teachings continues to expand, reaching seekers around the world.


"Osho’s posthumous autobiography affords a delightful glimpse into the life of one of the most outrageous twentieth-century spiritual leaders. Consisting of anecdotes that Osho told during his many lectures and classes, the book has a conversational tone that well conveys the sometimes infamous guru’s dynamic personality as it offers a sampling of his thoughts on meditation, enlightenment, sex, money, education, and the evolution of consciousness."

"Osho was not afraid to tackle the world’s major religions, pointing out inconsistencies and hypocrisy where he found them and simultaneously drawing together their best aspects into a synthesis grounded in meditation. Osho also answers some of the criticisms leveled at him for his seemingly outrageous behavior and his iconoclastic tendencies. He proves a fascinating man: a prolific writer and lecturer, highly educated, and deeply passionate about his own search for truth. Whether or not one is interested in Osho’s teachings or in the controversies surrounding his movement, his autobiography is entertaining, insightful and for some, perhaps, even enlightening."

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Awareness: The Key to Live in Balance

Paperback, 190 pages

Most of us move through our lives like sleepwalkers. Never really present in what we are doing, never fully alert to our environment, and not even aware of what motivates us to do and say the things we do. At work we are always "multi-tasking" - planning our tomorrows before we have even begun our todays, reading e-mail while talking on the phone, worrying about what is left undone on the to-do list as we take notes in a meeting that produces more to-do’s. And in our personal relationships, we have all experienced moments when we have lashed out in anger, or found ourselves suddenly in a tangle of misunderstandings without quite knowing how we got there - "I did it in spite of myself," or "I don’t know what came over me." So unaware of our own inner processes that the path between inner feeling and outer expression is shrouded in darkness not only to others but also to ourselves. At the same time, all of us have experienced moments of awareness - or awakening, to use another term - in extraordinary circumstances. On the road, in a sudden and unexpected accident, time seems to stop and one is suddenly aware of every movement, every sound, every thought. Or in moments that touch us deeply - welcoming a new baby into the world for the first time, or being with someone at the moment of death. Awareness, says Osho, is the key to being self-directed, centered and free - at work or at play, alone or in relationship, in the marketplace or on the mountaintop, in every aspect of our lives.

Be Still and Know

288 p., Hardcover

22 cm X 14 cm

In this very special series of questions and answers Osho talks on the death and enlightenment of his own father, which occurred at this time. He also shines his unique light on subjects as diverse as science and meditation, personality and essence, homosexuality, witnessing, and silence. “He left the world in utter silence, in joy, in peace. He left the world like a lotus flower – it was worth celebrating. And these are the occasions for you to learn how to live and how to die. Each death should be a celebration, but it can be a celebration only if it leads you to higher planes of existence.” Osho

Chapter Titles

Chapter 1: Always on the Rocks
Chapter 2: No Sin, No Virtue
Chapter 3: No Question, No Answer
Chapter 4: You Are Ancient Pilgrims
Chapter 5: Watch This! Stranger than Fiction
Chapter 6: Only Now Is
Chapter 7: Thanks for the Compliment
Chapter 8: Just for Your Sake
Chapter 9: He Died Enlightened
Chapter 10: Me, Enlightened?

Belief, Doubt and Fanaticism

Paperback, 192 pages

Is It Essential to Have Something to Believe In?

In Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism, Osho brings his unique and often surprising perspective to the religious, political, social and economic forces that drive people into opposing camps, fanatical groups, and belief systems that depend on seeing every “other” as the “enemy.”
As always, the focus is first and foremost on the individual psyche and consciousness, to identify the root causes and hidden demons of our human need to belong and have something to “believe in.” 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 fo rmeaning 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 beter place?

1 Belief is not the Answer
2 In Search of Salvation
3 Moving into the unknown
4 Doubt is the Door to Trust
5 From Darkness to Light
Epilogue: Peace has to dance, Silence has to sing

Beyond Enlightenment

560 pages, Hardbound


Whatever you may have thought or read up until now, these talks will take you further. They are not about enlightenment, rather words spoken by a man who has known enlightenment – and left it far behind. Through his responses to the questions of people from all walks of life, Osho explores the subject from the inside, revealing the inner workings of a mystic. What does enlightenment mean? – spiritual awakening, discovering the truth about life? Or is it less defined, just a formless sense of something to work towards on a journey of personal exploration? In this book one starts to have a glimpse that enlightenment is something achievable by anyone ready to take the jump here and now. And yet, while it is the peak of all beautiful, blissful experiences, it is still an experience. So what is beyond that, when one goes beyond individuality to the universal, dissolving one’s separation from existence…?

“Beyond enlightenment there is no experience at all, because the experiencer has disappeared. Enlightenment is not only the peak of experience, it is also the finest definition of your being. Beyond it, there is only nothingness.” Osho

Chapter Titles:

Chapter 1: Beyond Enlightenment Is Only Beyondness
Chapter 2: Innocence Is a Light unto Itself
Chapter 3: No Other Path but Life
Chapter 4: In the End There Is No Word
Chapter 5: Questions: Exposing Your Way from Ignorance to Innocence
Chapter 6: Truth Knows No Fifty-Fifty
Chapter 7: Zorba and Buddha: Their Split Is Your Social Disease
Chapter 8: Indifference to the Mind Is Meditation
Chapter 9: The Master Is a Mirror
Chapter 10: I Answer Your Questions Just to Kill Them
Chapter 11: Harmony…The Birthplace of Love
Chapter 12: The Three Initiations: Student, Disciple, Devotee
Chapter 13: The Only Holy Approach
Chapter 14: Don’t Be a Missionary, Be a Message
Chapter 15: A Mystery beyond Explaining
Chapter 16: Rising in Love…A Partnership in Meditation
Chapter 17: The Point of No Return
Chapter 18: Meditation – The Courage to Be Silent and Alone
Chapter 19: The Future Belongs to the Creative Man
Chapter 20: Let Go…The Cure for the Disease of Becoming
Chapter 21: The Watermelon and the Knife
Chapter 22: The Forgotten Language of the Heart
Chapter 23: Ten Non-Commandments
Chapter 24: Eastern Psychology: The Science of the Soul
Chapter 25: You Are What You Are Seeking
Chapter 26: The Alchemy of Enlightenment
Chapter 27: Whatsoever Happens in Silence Is Your Friend
Chapter 28: Unless the Whole Existence…
Chapter 29: I Am Crazy, but You Are Crazier!
Chapter 30: You Are the Watcher Not the Actor
Chapter 31: Discarding the Container, Discovering the Content
Chapter 32: Truth Has to Wait…but Not to Wait Forever

Beyond Psychology


Talks in Uruguay

Covering topics ranging from therapy, hypnosis and the limits of Western psychology; sexuality, love and relationship; society, religion and politicians; the mind, conditioning and meditation; other mystics, including Gurdjieff, Buddha, J. Krishnamurti and Mahavira, Osho leads us through an immense, multidimensional existence, available to us all, beyond the narrow confines of the mind, beyond psychology; in consciousness.
This is a big book – worlds within worlds – in questions and answers.

“The people who will go beyond mind will create the new man, the new mind. And the most special thing to be remembered about the new mind is that it will never become a tradition, that it will be constantly renewed. If it becomes a tradition it will be again the same thing.
The new mind has to become continuously new, every day new, ready to accept any unexpected experience, any unexpected truth…just available, vulnerable. It will be a tremendous excitement, a great ecstasy, a great challenge.”

Chapter   1: Truth Is the Greatest Offender
Chapter   2: Your Mind Is the Judas
Chapter   3: Just Counting Other People’s Cows
Chapter   4: Dancingly, Disappear
Chapter   5: You Have to Go Nowhere
Chapter   6: A Lot - and Nothing
Chapter   7: Empty from Birth to Death
Chapter   8: The Head Is Compulsory, but Not the Cap
Chapter   9: I Want to Provoke Your Jealousy
Chapter 10: The Ostrich Argument
Chapter 11: It Is Pure Light…Pure Delight
Chapter 12: Obedience Needs No Art
Chapter 13: Christianity Is an Empty Box
Chapter 14: Let It Sink Within Your Heart
Chapter 15: I Have Kept My Wondering Eyes Alive
Chapter 16: Emptiness Has Its Own Fullness
Chapter 17: The World Is Where the Work Is
Chapter 18: Terrorism Is in Your Unconsciousness
Chapter 19: Step Aside, Let the Mind Pass
Chapter 20: It Is All Happening Silently
Chapter 21: The Most Blissful Moment – When You Cannot Find Yourself
Chapter 22: Freedom Doesn’t Choose, It Discovers
Chapter 23: Trees Grow Without Being Taught
Chapter 24: Whenever the Ego Gains, You Are the Loser
Chapter 25: We Cannot Be Otherwise
Chapter 26: The Circle Can Be Broken
Chapter 27: So Which Way Are You Moving?
Chapter 28: Going Just with His Flute and a Bottle of Wine
Chapter 29: Come a Little Closer
Chapter 30: New Bottles for the Old Wine
Chapter 31: The Courage to Be Ignorant
Chapter 32: Life Consists of Small Things
Chapter 33: Prayer – Your Psychological Armor
Chapter 34: Rocks, the Earth…They Are All Alive
Chapter 35: Falling Above the Mind
Chapter 36: Wake Up and You Are It
Chapter 37: Each Moment Is Insecure
Chapter 38: A World Beyond Time
Chapter 39: Your Mind Is Not Yours
Chapter 40: The Body Does Not Have Beliefs
Chapter 41: Times of Crisis are Just Golden
Chapter 42: Everybody Is Enough
Chapter 43: Logic Should Serve Love
Chapter 44: Watchfulness Is the Greatest Magic

Body Mind Balancing - Engl. Edition

Paperback with CD


Using Your Mind to Heal Your Body

Many everyday discomforts and tensions arise from the fact that we are alienated from our bodies. With the help of Body Mind Balancing, we can learn to talk to and reconnect with our bodies. After just a short time, we begin to appreciate how much the body has been working for us and supporting us, and from this new perspective we can find new ways to work with the body and create a more harmonious balance of body and mind.
The guided meditation process, "Reminding Yourself of the Forgotten Language of Talking to Your BodyMind" is a CD that accompanies the text. Developed by Osho, this meditative therapy guides the listener in reconnecting with his or her body and creating a new and greater sense of well being.

Chapter Titles

The Wisdom of the Body
Talk to the Body
Listen to the Body
The Body is a Miracle
The Body has all the Mysteries
Body-Mind Connections
Your Mind and Your Body are Not Two Things
Treating Man as a Whole

Why We Choose to be Unhappy
Two Ways to Live
The Body is Your Friend
The Ghost of “Ought”
Uncling to Misery
Be Conscious of Bliss

Make Contact with the Body
Be true to yourself
Relax into Life as it Comes
Allow the Wisdom of the Body
A Symphony of Joy
Laugh and Be Whole

[1] Tension in the Belly
[2] Feeling Disconnected from the Body
[3] Shoulder and Neck Pain
[4] Stress-related illness
[5] Feeling the Body from Within
[6] Sleeplessness
[7] Tension and Relaxation
[8] Negative Feelings about the Body
[9] Pretty and Unpretty
[10] False and True Beauty
[11] Aging
[12] Frigidity
[13] Impotence
[14] Feeling Withdrawn
[15] Hypochondria
[16] Enlivening the Senses
[17] Sensuousness
[18] Too Much Food, Too Little Sex
[19] Detoxification through fasting
[20] Fasting and Feasting

Osho Active Meditation Techniques
The State of Let-Go
Everyday Meditation
Relaxed and Easy

Center and Circumference
The Harmony of Body, Mind and Soul
You are not the Body
From Goal Seeker to Celebrator
Remember the Resident

How to Use the CD
Preparing for the meditation

Books I have Loved

Books I have Loved

Hardbound, 242 pages

In a series of private talks, Osho talks on his favorite authors and books, and in a completely different way than is his public discourses. "Books I have loved" documents a ‘Zen koan’-like situation: While having treatments on his teeth he talks. Devageet, the dentist, Amrito and a nurse are meant to be the note-taker, but without using a notepad. Osho asks the three to write afterwards from their memory what they remember to have heard, while one is doing the writing and the others are doing the editing....

Come, Come, Come, Yet again Come

Hardbound, 296 pages


In this collection of responses to questions, Osho captures his entire message: “My whole teaching consists of two words, meditation and love.” Here, he also introduces his vision of the new man who embodies the teaching – Zorba the Buddha. Into one identity, he brings together the lusty nature of Zorba the Greek and the silent stillness of the Buddha. The earthy Zorba and the ethereal Buddha are melded to become a silence which can sing and dance. The jokes are numerous and hilarious. Come and hear the message; meditate, love – and laugh!

Chapter Titles

  • Chapter 1: Whoever Knocks Is a Welcome Guest 
  • Chapter 2: From the Body to the Soul 
  • Chapter 3: The Greatest Joy of Life 
  • Chapter 4: You Are the Question 
  • Chapter 5: The Possibility to Be Yourself 
  • Chapter 6: A Thousand and One Ways to Laugh 
  • Chapter 7: Freedom Is the Ultimate Value 
  • Chapter 8: When Silence and Song Meet 
  • Chapter 9: The Very Alphabet of Love 
  • Chapter 10: Everybody Can Laugh 
  • Chapter 11: The Suchness of Things 
  • Chapter 12: From Italy to Nirvana 
  • Chapter 13: Of Course the Grass Grows by Itself 
  • Chapter 14: The Forgotten, but Not the Lost 
  • Chapter 15: No Question Means the Answer
  • Compassion and Revolution

    Hardcover, 196 pages

    Compassion and Revolution is a beautiful, compact little book, full of true generosity of spirit. These talks, given to the participants of a meditation intensive, will be valuable companions for anyone already exploring themselves through the path of meditation, or interested in starting on that journey. What are the hurdles we face in being happy in our lives? Where did those difficulties come from? How can we rediscover the powerful play of our own energy, and trust it to guide us in day-to-day living?

    Also included is a guided three-step visualization, which gives a taste of the actual feel of meditation, followed by a short, practical experience of meditation through relaxation, let-go and witnessing.

    Chapter Titles
    Chapter 1: The Birth of Compassion
    Chapter 2: Moments of Emptiness
    Chapter 3: The Waterfall of Life
    Chapter 4: The Real Man
    Chapter 5: Moving onto the Path of Bliss
    Chapter 6: The Unending Journey
    Chapter 7: The Door to the Whole

    Compassion-The Ultimate Flowering of Love

    Paperback, with DVD included

    In this tenth volume of the popular Insights for a New Way of Living series, Osho examines the nature of compassion from a radically different perspective. He points out that “passion” lies at the root of the word, and then proceeds to challenge assumptions about what compassion really is. Many so-called acts of compassion, he says, are tainted by a subtle sense of self-importance and desire for recognition. Others are based in the desire not really to help others, but to force them to change. Using stories from the life of Jesus, Buddha, and the world of Zen, Osho shows how the path to authentic compassion arises from within, beginning with a deep acceptance and love of oneself. Only then, says Osho, does compassion flower into a healing force, rooted in the unconditional acceptance of the other as he or she is. Compassion includes an original, 120 minute talk by Osho on DVD. This visual component enables the reader to experience the direct wisdom and humor of Osho straight from the source.

    Chapter Titles

    Part One: Compassion, Energy and Desire
    Compassion is Love Come of Age
    Meditation the Flower and Compassion the Fragrance
    A Desire is a Desire is a Desire – Responses to Questions
    Part Two: Sheep’s Clothing – What Compassion is Not
    Loving Kindness and Other Delusions of Grandeur
    The Zen Master and the Thief – A Parable of Forgiveness
    Hearts and Minds – Responses to Questions
    Part Three: Compassion in Action
    Don’t Be a Lawyer, Be a Lover
    Crime and Punishment
    Matters of Life and Death – Responses to Questions
    Part Four: The Healing Power of Love
    Only Compassion is Therapeutic
    Unconditionally Value-Free: The Compassion of Zen

    Courage - The Joy of Living Dangerously

    Paperback, 192 pages

    Courage is not the absence of fear, says Osho. It is, rather, the total presence of fear, with the courage to face it. This book provides a bird’s-eye view of the whole terrain -- where fears originate, how to understand them, and how to find the courage to face them. In the process, Osho proposes that whenever we are faced with uncertainty and change in our lives it is actually a cause for celebration. Instead of trying to hang on to the familiar and the known, we can learn to enjoy these situations as opportunities for adventure, and for deepening our understanding of ourselves and the world around us. The book begins with an in-depth exploration of the meaning of courage and how it is expressed in the everyday life of the individual. Unlike books that focus on heroic acts of courage in exceptional circumstances, the focus here is on developing the inner courage that enables us to lead authentic and fulfilling lives on a day-to-day basis. This is the courage to change when change is needed, the courage to stand up for our own truth even against the opinions of others, and the courage to embrace the unknown in spite of our fears -- in our relationships, in our careers, or in the ongoing journey of understanding who we are and why we are here.



    "Were enough Americans to heed the brilliantly provocative words in this book, we might actually become ’the land of the free and the home of the brave.’ Imagine that!" Tom Robbins

    Table of Contents

    - Don’t call it uncertainty - call it wonder.
    - Don’t Call it insecurity - call it freedom.

    - The Tao of Courage
    - The Way of the Heart
    - The Way of Intelligence
    - The Way of Trust
    - The Way of Innocence


    - Not a Relationship, but a State of Being
    - This Cake Is Delicious!
    - A World of No Boundaries
    - Neither Easy nor Difficult, Just Natural

    - The Politics of Numbers
    - Listen to Your "Inner Sense"
    - Freedom From, Freedom For
    - Find Your Original Face

    - Whatever You Do, Life Is a Mystery
    - Life is Always in the Wild
    - The Ultimate Courage: No Beginning, No End

    - Meditation Techniques & Responses to Questions
    - Meditation for Fear of Emptiness
    - Meditation for Dissolving Old Patterns of Fear
    - Meditation for Trust
    - Meditation for Transforming Fear into Love
    - And the Last Question: The Fear of God

    Creativity - Unleashing the Force Within

    Paperback, 192 pages

    A creative person is one who has insight, who can see things nobody else has ever seen before, who hears things that nobody has heard before -- then there is creativity. As Osho points out in the preface to this book, historically the creative person has been all but forced to rebel against the society. Stability, conservatism, and "following the rules" have been desirable qualities for centuries, and these qualities were reinforced by the family, the state, and educational institutions of society. Furthermore, creativity has tended to be very narrowly defined as artistic talent, and therefore an option only for a chosen few. Nowadays, the situation has dramatically changed. In today’s world, the ability to respond creatively to new challenges is demanded of everybody from corporate CEOs to "soccer moms." Those whose toolbox for dealing with life includes only what they have learned in the past from their parents and their teachers are at a distinct disadvantage both in their relationships and in their careers. Making the switch from imitative and rule-bound behavior toward creative innovation and flexibility needs a profound change in our attitudes about ourselves and our own capabilities. Creativity is a handbook for those who understand the need to bring more creativity, playfulness and flexibility to their lives. It’s a manual for thinking "outside the box" -- and learning to live there, as well.

    "Osho’s words are like brushstrokes of poetry. Each stroke is a beautiful expression unto itself. And the overall work is that of a master. Osho is a painter of words that touch the heart, mind, and soul."
    Peter Max.