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Zen, the path of paradox

Bhagwan Rajneesh

Zen, the path of paradox

talks on Zen stories

by Bhagwan Rajneesh

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Rajneesh Foundation in Poona, India .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spiritual life,
  • Spiritual life -- Zen Buddhism

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBhagwan Shree Rajneesh ; [compiled and edited by Ma Prema Veena].
    ContributionsPrema Veena, Ma.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP605.R34 R35 1978
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1-3 > :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3132416M
    ISBN 100880501898
    LC Control Number82246214
    OCLC/WorldCa9577688

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In these commentaries on Zen anecdotes and stories, Osho leads the reader step by step through the mystery of the words into a deeper understanding of this unique approach to life.

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The Zen seeker looks into reality to find out the beautiful in the songs of the birds, in. the trees, in the dance of a peacock, in the clouds, in the lightning, in the sea, in the sands. It tries to look for the beautiful. Naturally, to look for the beautiful has a totally different impact.

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I am trying to bring together East and West, because together they will create the whole."/5(). Talks on Zen, Originally tape title ”Path of Paradox”. Talks given from 01/07/77 am to 10/07/77 am English Discourse series.

CHAPTER 1 Now Sit Down and Listen 1 July am in Buddha Hall THE MASTER BANKEI’S TALKS WERE ATTENDED NOT ONLY BY ZEN STUDENTS BUT BY Zen: The Path of Paradox, Vol 3 5 Osho.

By BHAGWAN SHREEE RAJNEESH. ZEN, THE PATH OF PARADOX vol TALKS ON ZEN. SPIRITUAL / RELIGION. The picture is of the actual book for sale, not a generic Rating: % positive. I have been interested in the philosophy of Zen for most of my life.

Even though I have read and wrote reviews for numerous Zen books, I had never read this one (Taking the Path of Zen by Robert Aitken) until recently.

This is not a new book. It was published inbut most of the advice is timeless. This book is organized into nine by: Yet another outstanding book from Osho. Zen is a very abstract and complex topic.

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Empty sky --Too much Zen --The governor of Kyoto --The man on the hill --A good switft kick --The path of paradox: responses to questions. Responsibility: Osho. In Zen: The Path of Paradox, Osho suggests Zen as a possible bridge between East and West, and between the scientific and the spiritual.

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I am trying to bring together East and /5(24).Zen is simple, and yet difficult. As far as Zen is concerned it is a simple thing, the simplest, because it is a spontaneous thing.

But because of our conditioned minds, because of the insane world we live in - in which we have been brought up and have been corrupted - also very difficult.

Existence is paradoxical. I call Zen the path of paradox.This is the Zen paradox -- Zen is the path of paradox. It says that if you want to possess God, please don't possess him -- and you will possess him. If you want to possess love, don't possess, and it is there and it is always yours.

You cannot lose it; it is not possible to lose it.