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When a dewdrop slips from a lotus leaf into the ocean, it does not find that it is part of the ocean, it finds it is the ocean I picked this book out of curiosity to know what goes into the making of an enlightened master and I got my answer It was a delightful read It made me question a lot of things I took for granted and has left a lasting impact. This is one autobiography one wants to read if she wants to knowabout the person himself than the trivias surrounding his life This book doesn t have any great details all the people who came in his life for those who see a mention, sometimes even the basic like his her name is skipped to my utter relief In order to build enough context, most of the biographies go in depth talking about the inane details starting form the person s schooling to what not But this book doesn t has any This is one autobiography one wants to read if she wants to knowabout the person himself than the trivias surrounding his life This book doesn t have any great details all the people who came in his life for those who see a mention, sometimes even the basic like his her name is skipped to my utter relief In order to build enough context, most of the biographies go in depth talking about the inane details starting form the person s schooling to what not But this book doesn t has any of it The context is set by speaking in the language of spirituality This book revolves around the life of a man This book is a small effort in presenting the man himself as it raisesdoubts in my mind about him than it clears His journey pre,during and post enlightenment , re affirms certain notions to me I see a sync in his experience and some others narrators authors whom I have read in the past who quote about their journey of spiritual enlightenment Osho being osho is still remains a mystic to me I personally have immensely enjoyed this book, packed with great insight on life and god were at times you may question yourself but then a couple pages later you burst into sheer laughter at the madness especially when he goes on talking about his 93 RR s Osho has strived for his whole life to get the truth out to those who truly seek in such a way that he will help you realize the golden gems hidden within you as he understands humanity.Having Osho share with us his experience you will I personally have immensely enjoyed this book, packed with great insight on life and god were at times you may question yourself but then a couple pages later you burst into sheer laughter at the madness especially when he goes on talking about his 93 RR s Osho has strived for his whole life to get the truth out to those who truly seek in such a way that he will help you realize the golden gems hidden within you as he understands humanity.Having Osho share with us his experience you will get a glimpse into his life s story Amusing and interesting, especially during his University years and allows you to develop a better understand of his teachings and his very nature through his own words, not the medias or what you have heard online.His overall vision was to have one religion for the world, science Now the very definition of science is knowing however the world only focuses one end of science, the external and not its polar opposite, internal The science of looking within Both are needed Along with LOVE 3Alll in all i would much rather not say too much about this book as it will take away its authenticity with my words, read it for yourself, one i would consider re reading.Thankful to have stumbled upon Osho and his books, especially this one Autobiographies from enlightened beings make for some of the most interesting and inspirational reading This one is right up there at the top of the list. This is a very good book I like the book very much becasuse it tell much about religion, about osho and about being yourself The line in this book which is like the most is Be in the world, but don t be of it Live in the world, but don t allow the world to live in you In this autobiography, Osho gets very personal His recount of his childhood, his life as a college student and professor are so amusing, funny and also emboldening Then his life as a spiritual master becomes rather exciting When he went to America, it feels like I was reading a suspense or a crime novel I already knew what was going to happen to the commune but I wanted to know his recount of the events, how he perceived them, what he learned and how he responded and they were really heart In this autobiography, Osho gets very personal His recount of his childhood, his life as a college student and professor are so amusing, funny and also emboldening Then his life as a spiritual master becomes rather exciting When he went to America, it feels like I was reading a suspense or a crime novel I already knew what was going to happen to the commune but I wanted to know his recount of the events, how he perceived them, what he learned and how he responded and they were really heartening You will get not only glimpses of this spiritually incorrect mystic but also a taste of his philosophy, his teachings, and his bold and daring visions .READ PDF ⚔ Autobiografia de um Místico Espiritualmente Incorrecto ☹ Osho, better known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, became infamous for his posh lifestyle and outrageous teachings A prolific author of some respectable and even insightful books, he refused to pen an autobiography for his myriad disciples Nonetheless, two of these, Sarito Carol Neiman and Ma Yoga Bhakti, have pieced together an autobiography of sorts from the many of volumes of his writings and published talks We find in Osho a vibrant mind, a sharp wit, and a feigned unpretentiousness that is both disarming and seductive Following his story, we learn Osho was raised on a loose tether by his businessman grandfather and atheist grandmother, rebelliously questioning religious authority by the age ofBy the age of , he was uncontrollable, and at , he had a prolonged enlightenment experience A PhD in philosophy brought him to the role of professor, but he outgrew it with his talks on meditation that gradually became radical, until he was known in India as the sex guru Ousted from India, he sought to create the perfect and most free community, choosing a remote corner of the US Controversy erupted, and the man who called himself Zorba the Buddha became persona non grata the world over To read about this unorthodox teacher in his own words is certainly entertaining, and although not without internal contradictions, the book is valuable for its relentless challenge to the sacred tenets of established religious thought Like the best Zen master, Osho forces us to reconsider our conventionsBrian Bruya Osho is spitually correct and always was he was an enlighyened master In fact a master of masters He had expeirnced enlightenment to its hightest level possible by man he never was and never will be spitually incorrect Osho apparently experienced genuinely high spiritual states at one point, but he came under the influence of negative forces later in his life He is best left alone. It s a masterpiece about a master who took on the rotten belief systems He lives on his teaching will inspire people forever It s a masterpiece about a master who took on the rotten belief systems He lives on his teaching will inspire people forever