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The Zen Manifesto; Freedom from Oneself <10>

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Manifest The Zen Manifesto; Freedom from Oneself <10>Zen Discourse Series  
Osho (Author) February and April 1989 Publisher: Rebel Publishing House Hardcover 296 pages Language: English
Vol.2 No.1023★★★★★(残り1冊)

 The Zen manifesto is not for a particular type, it is for all- for men and for women, and for black and white, and for Hindu and Mohammedan, and for Christian and Buddhist.

  It does not matter what kind of conditioning you have been brought up in, Zen is simply a technique of entering into you veryness.

  The entrance is so deep that nothing remains, and all is found. Osho front flap

  It is time, ripe time for a Zen manifesto.

  The Western intelligentsia have become acquainted with Zen, have also fallen in love with Zen, but they are still trying to approach Zen from the mind. They have not yet come to the understanding that Zen has nothing to do with mind.

  Its tremendous job is to get you out of the prison of mind.

  It is not an intellectual philosophy;it is not a philosophy at all. Nor is it a religion, because it has no fictions and no lies, no consolations.

  It is a lion's roar.

  And the greatest thing that Zen has brought into the world is freedom from oneself. Osho back flap

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