Encounters with an Inexplicable Man

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Stories of Osho as Told by his People

Compiled & Edited by Savita Brandt

Paperback, 296 pages

95 stories from 42 different people from 12 different countries.

What was it like to live in the community of a spiritual anarchist? To be buffeted in the energy-field of the most controversial mystic of the 20th century? Osho, then known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, drew world attention by driving Rolls Royces, dressing in otherworldly robes and attracting vast numbers of red-clothed followers. His iconoclastic views punctured the serenity of both Indian and American society, and the world press had a field day attempting to discredit him. Yet the power of his radical spiritual vision has infiltrated the 21st century in broad swathes, his hundreds of books still sell in scores of languages and his work continues to be celebrated worldwide.
These simple tales of the jolts and joys along the way to transformation give us an intimate glimpse into the relationship between this rare contemporary mystic and some of his thousands of ‘sannyasins’, who came from all walks of life and several continents to live and work around him.

"It is brilliantly presented, beautiful to look at, and makes absolutely fascinating reading. It's the one book we all need to keep on our bookshelves besides Osho's own books, to remind ourselves of how he worked on all the various aspects of human nature we presented him with, and to share the joy of our fellow travelers on the journey to our true nature." (Pankaja Brooke)


About the Author:
Savita Brandt is a British psychoanalytic therapist who has been an Osho disciple for 38 years. She edited Osho’s books and was a regular writer and columnist for the print magazine, Osho Times International. To compile this collection, she talked to scores of Osho’s devotees, past and present, gathering together their intimate, provocative and sometimes comical memories.

 

Savita Brandt talks about "Encounters with an Inexplicable Man"