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OSHO (11 December 1931 – 19 January 1990) was a mystic, guru, and spiritual teacher, born in India. The international Rajneesh movement has continued after his death. Osho continues to be published by over 200 publishers worldwide and in over 60 languages. His commune, now known as a meditation resort, is one of India’s main tourist attractions, and offers a wide range of meditations. A professor of philosophy, he traveled throughout India in the 1960s as a public speaker. He was a critic of socialism, Mahatma Gandhi and institutionalized religions. He advocated a more open attitude towards human sexuality, earning   him the sobriquet "sex guru" in the Indian and later international press, although this attitude became more acceptable with time.In 1970, Osho settled for a time in Bombay, initiating disciples known as "neo-sannyasins" and expanded his spiritual teaching and work. In his discourses, he gave his original understanding and views on the writings of many religious traditions, mystics, and philosophers from around the world. His intelligent discourse and charisma attracted a growing number of westerners.

charisma attracted a growing number of westerners. He moved to Pune in 1974, where his disciples established a foundation and an ashram for his presence and work, where a variety of transformational tools could be offered to the visitors. Among those transformational tools, the ashram offered various original meditations that Osho developed for the modern man, many with an original musical score specifically designed to accompany each meditation. In addition, therapies derived from ancient and modern Western traditions including the Human Potential Movement were offered in the ashram to function as a cleansing tool before the subject began meditation. By the late 1970s, tensions mounted between the Indian government and the Ashram, which prevented the Ashram from obtaining a larger property away from big cities. The search then shifted to the United States. In mid-1981, ranch property was found and purchased in Oregon in the United States by a US Foundation devoted to Osho's work.

MThe ranch comprised 64,000 acres in the semi-desert, 16 miles from the nearest town, Antelope, Oregon, which had fewer than fifty residents. The Foundation established an intentional community, later known as Rajneeshpuram, in the state of Oregon. Osho came to the Ranch at the end of August 1981. Almost immediately, the development met with intense local, state and federal hostility and opposition from the government, press and citizenry, who took numerous legal actions to limit and ultimately terminate its existence. Citizen groups were formed to stop the development. An Oregon court determined, based on polling evidence, that the group could not receive a fair trial. Multiple litigations sought to slow or stop the development. In 1985 Osho revealed that his personal secretary and a small number of her close supporters had committed a number of serious crimes against their own community and against local residents and public officials, including the 1984 Rajneeshee bioterror attack on the citizens of The Dalles, Oregon, conspiracy to murder the US Attorney, attempted murder of Osho's physician and the local District Attorney, and a massive wiretap at Rajneeshpuram, including in Osho's bedroom.Osho was deported from the United States in accordance with a plea bargain. After Osho left the U.S. twenty-one countries denied him entry, causing Osho to travel the world before returning to Poona, where he died in 1990. His ashram is today known as the Osho International Meditation Resort. His syncretic teachings emphasize the importance of meditation, awareness, love, celebration, courage, creativity, and humor— qualities that he viewed as being suppressed by adherence to static belief systems, religious tradition and socialization. Osho's teachings have had a notable impact on Western New Age thought, and their popularity has increased markedly since his death.

 what is meditation?

 Meditation is just being delighted in your own presence; meditation is a delight in your own being. It is very simple – a totally relaxed state of consciousness where you are not doing anything. The moment doing enters you become tense; anxiety enters immediately. How to do? What to do? How to succeed? How not to fail? You have already moved into the future.

 

“If you are contemplating, what can you contemplate? How can you contemplate the unknown? How can you contemplate the unknowable? You can contemplate only the known. You can chew it again and again, but it is the known. If you know something about Jesus, you can think again and again; if you know something about Krishna, you can think again and again. You can go on modifying, changing, decorating – but it is not going to lead you towards the unknown. And “God” is the unknown.

 

“Meditation is just to be, not doing anything – no action, no thought, no emotion. You just are. And it is a sheer delight. From where does this delight come when you are not doing anything? It comes from nowhere, or, it comes from everywhere. It is uncaused, because the existence is made of the stuff called joy. It needs no cause, no reason. If you are unhappy you have a reason to be unhappy; if you are happy you are simply happy – there is no reason for it. Your mind tries to find a reason because it cannot believe in the uncaused, because it cannot control the uncaused – with the uncaused the mind simply becomes impotent. So the mind goes on finding some reason or other. But I would like to tell you that whenever you are happy, you are happy for no reason at all, whenever you are unhappy, you have some reason to be unhappy – because happiness is just the stuff you are made of. It is your very being, it is your innermost core. Joy is your innermost core.”

WHAT IS SANYAS

Now, sannyas is available to anyone who chooses to make the decision “to live life in its totality, but with an absolute condition, categorical condition: and that condition is awareness, meditation,” as Osho describes sannyas. They can now do so without the involvement of anyone else. This respects the individual and his or her freedom and choice: “It is your decision. Always remember, whatsoever happens here is your decision. If you are a sannyasin, it is your decision. If you drop sannyas, it is your decision. If you take it again, it is your decision. I leave everything to you.”

 

As Osho describes it, “The sannyas movement simply means the movement of the seekers of truth.” And that, “A movement is a flux; that's the meaning of movement – it is moving, it is growing.” As part of that movement, and out of respect for Osho’s efforts – “I have been working hard to abandon everything that is outer, so that only the inner remains for you to explore” – we are making this process as simple and individual as possible. In this context, Osho points out, “Their meditation is their own personal affair.” And that, “But it is going to be individual, alone. He will be responsible himself. It is not going to be a collectivity, a congregation.”

 

And finally, as Osho also explains:

 

“The sannyas movement is not mine. It is not yours. It was here when I was not here. It will be here when I will not be here. The sannyas movement simply means the movement of the seekers of truth. They have always been here.”

 

OSHO on Mystics
Osho has spoken on hundreds of mystics and traditions including Buddhism, Christianity, Communism, Hassidism., Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Sikhism, Sufism, Tantra, Taoism, Yoga, Zen and many more


Books on Sufis: 
Just Like That (in English)
The Wisdom of the Sands (2 volumes in English)
The Secret (in English)
Sufis: The People of the Path (2 volumes in English)
The Perfect master (2 volumes in English)
Until You Die (in English)

Books on Bodhidharma: 
The White Lotus (in English)
Bodhidharma: The Greatest Zen Master (in English)

Books on Buddha: 
The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha (12 volumes in English)
The Diamond Sutra (in English)
The Discipline of Transcendence (4 volumes in English)
The Heart Sutra (in English)
Ais Dhammo Sanantano (12 volumes in Hindi)

Books on Chuang Tzu: 
The Empty Boat (in English)
When the Shoe Fits (in English)

Book on Dadu: 
Sabe Sayaane Ek Mat (in Hindi)

Books on Daya: 
The Last Morning Star (in English)
Jagat Taraiya Bhor Ki (in Hindi)

Book on Dionysius: 
Theologia Mystica (in English)

Book on Dogen: 
Dogen, the Zen Master: A Search and a Fulfillment (in English)

Books on Gorakh: 
Die O Yogi Die (in English)
Maro Hey Jogi Maro (in Hindi)

Books on Hakim Sanai: 
Unio Mystica (2 volumes in English)

Book on Heraclitus: 
The Hidden Harmony (in English)

Book on Hyakujo: 
Hyakujo: The Everest of Zen, with Basho's Haikus (in English)

Book on Isan: 
Isan: No Footprints in the Blue Sky (in English)

Books on Jesus: 
Come Follow To You (4 volumes in English)
I Say Unto You (2 volumes in English)
The Mustard Seed: My Most Loved Gospel on Jesus (in English)

Book on Joshu: 
Joshu: The Lion's Roar (in English)

Books on Kabir: 
The Divine Melody (in English)
Ecstasy - The Forgotten Language (in English)
The Fish in the Sea is Not Thirsty (in English)
The Guest (in English)
The Path of Love (in English)
The Revolution (in English)
The Great Secret (in English)
Suno Bhai Saadho (in Hindi)
Kahe Kabir Deewana (in Hindi)
Kahe Kabir Mai Poora Paya (in Hindi) 

Book on Kahlil Gibran: 
The Messiah (2 volumes in English)

Books on Krishna: 
Krishna: The Man and His Philosophy (in English)
Geeta Darshan (8 volumes in Hindi)
Krishna Smriti (in Hindi)

Book on Kyozan: 
Kyozan: A True Man of Zen (in English)

Books on Lao Tzu: 
Tao: The Three Treasures (4 volumes in English)
The Way of Tao (2 volumes in English)
Tao Upanishad (6 volumes in Hindi)

Book on Lieh Tzu: 
Tao: The Pathless Path (2 volumes in English)

Books on Mahavira: 
Mahavir Vaani (2 volumes in Hindi)
Jin Sutra (2 volumes in Hindi)
Mahavir Meri Drishti Mein (in Hindi)
Mahavir Ya Mahavinaash (in Hindi)
Jyo Ki Tyo Dhaari Dinih Chadariya (in Hindi)

Book on Ma Tzu: 
Ma Tzu: The Empty Mirror (in English)

Book on Meera: 
Pad Gungroo Bandh (in Hindi)
Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo (in Hindi)

Book on Meera: 
Pad Gungroo Bandh (in Hindi)
Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo (in Hindi)

Books no Nanak: 
The True Name (2 volumes in English)
Ek Omkar Satnam (in Hindi)

Book on Nansen: 
Nansen: The Point of Departure (in English)

Book on Narada: 
Bhakti Sutra (in Hindi)

Books on Patanjali: 
Yoga: The Alpha and the Omega (10 volumes in English)
Patanjali: Yoga Sutra (4 volumes in Hindi)

Books on Pythagoras: 
Philosophia Perennis (2 volumes in English)

Book on Rinzai: 
Rinzai: Master of the Irrational (in English)

Books on Sahajo: 
Showering Without Clouds (in English)
Bin Ghan Parat Phuhar (in Hindi)

Books on Shiva: 
The Book of Secrets (5 volumes in English)
The Great Path (in English), Translation of hindi book Shiva Sutra
Vigyan Bhairav Tantra (2 volumes in Hindi)
Shiva Sutra (in Hindi)

Book on Ta Hui: 
The Great Zen Master Ta Hui (in English)

Book on Ta Hui: 
The Great Zen Master Ta Hui (in English)

Books on Tilopa: 
Tantra: The Supreme Understanding (in English)
Sahaj Yog (in Hindi)

Books on Zarathustra: 
Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance (in English) 
Zarathustra: The Laughing Prophet (in English)

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