• Be Still and Know

  • By: Osho
  • Narrated by: Osho
  • Length: 17 hrs and 10 mins
  • Speech
  • Release date: 07-27-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Osho International
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.7 (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this very special series of questions and answers, Osho talks on the death and enlightenment of his own father, which occurred at this time. He also shines his unique light on subjects as diverse as science and meditation, personality and essence, homosexuality, witnessing, and silence.
"He left the world in utter silence, in joy, in peace. He left the world like a lotus flower - it was worth celebrating. And these are the occasions for you to learn how to live and how to die. Each death should be a celebration, but it can be a celebration only if it leads you to higher planes of existence." (Osho)
©1979 OSHO International Foundation (P)2017 OSHO International Foundation
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mikey on 08-10-18

Osho

It is always a challenge when trying to put Osho's work into words for a review. As stated by the man himself, the stuff he shares cannot be understood through the use of words, but only by the long silences in between his dialogue.

The truth cannot be spoken, it becomes a lie the minute you try to speak it. Try and explain to a blind man what sunlight looks like. Try to explain to a person who cannot taste what the sensation of tasting 'sweet' food is like.

As always amazing. It's so special that it can never be put into words. Try it out for yourself and you'll know what I mean.

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