Gita Darshan has 23 ratings and 5 reviews. Arvind said: /5 Needless to say, this was a great read. Every shloka of Geeta’s first 3 (of 18) adhyays has. Osho’s talks on the Bhagavad Gita give a new perspective on the extraordinary dialogues between Krishna and Arjuna. They reveal an unknown aspect of. Read Gita Darshan (Part One To Eight) book reviews & author details and more at Gita Darshan By Osho set Of 8 Books In A Slipcase Hard Case Hindi.
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Osho is known all over the world as a mystic and a spiritual master. He is known for his approach to life, which emphasizes meditation, love and celebration. In these talks on the Gita, Osho reveals to the reader another approach which is based on self-enquiry, on questioning and pondering, but at the same time it is a non-ideological approach, not based on any fixed princ Osho is known all over the world as a mystic and a spiritual master.
We may say that this approach is the birth of a new vision of sadhana, of the spiritual path. Osho does not propose a fixed path with rigid rules, nor does he propose a new paradigm.
He just helps the human mind to come to its natural flowering and keeps reminding us that, in the process, the mind has to question and doubt all concepts, conditionings and a priori conclusions.
Within Osho, the energy which is contained in the doubting mind, in the questioning mind, has flowered into a pure vision, which is beyond thought—what Osho calls a state of thoughtlessness.
That is the state, which Osho would like every seeker to attain. Osho speaks from that dimension but his uniqueness, which differentiates him from the many enlightened souls who have walked on this earth, is his extraordinarily sophisticated and cultured mind, which enables him to be so articulate in his expression. In this series, Osho takes us by the hand—just like Krishna took Arjuna by the hand—and leads us through a long journey of self-enquiry, which lasts discourses. PaperbackFirst Paperback Edition -pages.
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May 02, Arvind rated it really liked it Shelves: Every shloka of Geeta’s first 3 of 18 adhyays has been explained in full detail and context, along with answers to questions by listeners. Read it in Hindi and this was actually close to pages. This is a journey that will clear a lot of cobwebs and will just blow your mind away.
Having said that, let me point out a flaw: This is because unfortunately, he wants to justify every shloka of the Geeta somehow. Perhaps to some questions, the answer could simply have been “I dont know. The great destroyer of “bandhans” darwhan in a “bandhan” of his own it seems! Oct 06, Bella rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love this Book.
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As usual, Osho has made it superb. This is a unique interpretation of Bhagavat Geetha, spoken by one of the greatest contemporary Master.
Sep 29, Dinesh rated it it was amazing Shelves: The English translation of the first volume of the complete commentary on all the 18 chapters of the Bhagavad Gita by a renowned mystic. Authentic and devoid of intellectualism.
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During his lifetime he was viewed as a controversial new religious movement leader and mystic. In the s he traveled throughout India as a public speaker and was a vocal critic of socialism, Mahatma Gandhi, and Hindu religious orthodoxy.
Rajneesh emphasized the Rajneesh born Chandra Mohan Jain, 11 December — 19 January and latter rebranded as Osho was leader of the Rajneesh movement. Rajneesh emphasized the importance of meditation, mindfulness, love, celebration, courage, creativity and humor—qualities that he viewed as being suppressed by adherence to static belief systems, religious tradition and socialization. In advocating a more open attitude to human sexuality he caused controversy in India during the late s and became known as “the sex guru”.
InRajneesh spent time in Mumbai initiating followers known as “neo-sannyasins”. During this period he expanded his spiritual teachings and commented extensively in discourses on the writings of religious traditions, mystics, and philosophers from around the world.
In Rajneesh relocated to Pune, where an ashram was established and a variety of therapies, incorporating methods first developed by the Human Potential Movement, were offered to a growing Western following. Inthe Rajneesh movement’s efforts refocused on activities in the United States and Rajneesh relocated to a facility known as Rajneeshpuram in Wasco County, Oregon.
Almost immediately the movement ran into conflict with county residents and the state government, and a succession of legal battles concerning the ashram’s construction and continued development curtailed its success.