Tao

The Tao master Osho discusses five classic Taoist parables and their meaning for everyday life: The Man of Harmony; The Secret Taste of Honey on the Tongue; The Fundamental Rule; A Tree Grows; and Raise No Dust.

In TAO: THE PATHLESS PATH, a master discusses five classic Taoist parables and their meaning for everyday life. Osho's primary lesson on the Tao is to see it as a process of "unconditioning" - unlearning modes of behaviour, thinking and being that have imprisoned our minds for centuries. Osho teaches us to think of the mind as an onion: "Go on peeling, go on peeling...and a moment comes when nothing is left in your hand. That nothing is what Tao is. That nothing at all...That emptiness is the source of all". The five parables he explains are: * The Man of Harmony - an exploration of the crucial difference between knowledge and knowing and how most of us "fight with life" without being aware of it * The Secret Taste of Honey on the Tongue - how memories of the past interfere with our ability to be in the present in every precious moment * The Fundamental Rule - the idea that as a child each of us brings heaven into the world, only to lose it. If we had not known it, how could we search and seek for it? We can only seek that which we have known before.;* A Tree Grows - the difference between morality and an authentic religiousness * Raise No Dust, Leave No Tracks - a discussion of the wholeness of life and the problem of science
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Osho
Format:
Paperback

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The Tao master Osho discusses five classic Taoist parables and their meaning for everyday life: The Man of Harmony; The Secret Taste of Honey on the Tongue; The Fundamental Rule; A Tree Grows; and Raise No Dust.

In TAO: THE PATHLESS PATH, a master discusses five classic Taoist parables and their meaning for everyday life. Osho's primary lesson on the Tao is to see it as a process of "unconditioning" - unlearning modes of behaviour, thinking and being that have imprisoned our minds for centuries. Osho teaches us to think of the mind as an onion: "Go on peeling, go on peeling...and a moment comes when nothing is left in your hand. That nothing is what Tao is. That nothing at all...That emptiness is the source of all". The five parables he explains are: * The Man of Harmony - an exploration of the crucial difference between knowledge and knowing and how most of us "fight with life" without being aware of it * The Secret Taste of Honey on the Tongue - how memories of the past interfere with our ability to be in the present in every precious moment * The Fundamental Rule - the idea that as a child each of us brings heaven into the world, only to lose it. If we had not known it, how could we search and seek for it? We can only seek that which we have known before.;* A Tree Grows - the difference between morality and an authentic religiousness * Raise No Dust, Leave No Tracks - a discussion of the wholeness of life and the problem of science

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Author:
Osho
Subtitle:
The Pathless Path
Publisher:
Renaissance Books
ISBN:
9781580632256
Pages:
181
Width (mm):
139
Length (mm):
213
Weight (g):
226

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