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Inner War and Peace: Timeless Solutions to Conflict from the Bhagavad Gita
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What are the politics behind every war? What are the roots of violence? What is the source of personal anguish? Osho?s illuminating commentary on the Bhagavad Gita, one of the most famous of Hindu scriptures, explains how the patterns and conditionings of human consciousness create pain and misery, conflict and war. By arguing that "no one has a spiritual problem" Osho shows that "everyone?s problem is of the mind" and explains how this inner war can be stifled. Throwing a brilliant light on Krishna?s responses, Osho exposes the roots of our contemporary personal problems and then shows how Krishna's wisdom can be used to achieve timeless solutions to global problems. By expanding Krishna?s psychological vision, Inner War and Peace offers the keys for personal and global peace.
When a battle is raging within, enemies appear on the outside.” Osho—the provocative spiritual teacher whom novelist Tom Robbins called the most dangerous man since Jesus Christ”—provides illuminating commentary on the classic Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad Gita. His eye-opening interpretation exposes the roots of our contemporary personal and global problems and reveals how the patterns and conditionings of our minds create misery, dilemma, conflict, and war. Most important, Osho offers his timeless solution to the problem by expanding on Krishnas psychological vision and drawing wisdom from the sacred text.
Osho's illuminating commentary on the "Bhagavad Gita," one of the most famous of Hindu scriptures, explains how the patterns and conditionings of human consciousness create pain and misery, conflict and war. By arguing that "no one has a spiritual problem," Osho shows that "everyone's problem is of the mind" and explains how this inner war can be stifled.
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