When the Shoe Fits: Commentaries on the Stories of the Taoist Mystic Chuang Tzu

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Watkins, 2004 - Philosophy - 264 pages
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The powerful combination of the perennial wisdom of Tao and Osho's insightful and inspirational interpretation makes this a true gem of a book - which will appeal not only to Osho's numerous followers, but also to the increasing number of people who are interested in the wisdom of Tao. Although previously little known, this is one of Osho's classics. He brings his unique perception to the world of Tao, and offers his penetrating and illuminating comments on these original sutras. As always, his inspirational anecdotes and stories illustrate the points he makes - about the spiritual search, love, acceptance and true peace and happiness. With wonderfully irreverent humour, Osho sets out to pierce our disguises, shatter our illusions, cure our addictions and demonstrate the self-limiting and often tragic folly of taking ourselves too seriously.

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Osho taught philosophy before setting up the ashram which became famous with people from the West wanting to experience meditation and transformation. His own epitaph is: Never Born - Never Died - Only visited this planet Earth between December 11, 1931 and January 19, 1990. His books have sold in tens of thousands.

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