Synopses & Reviews
Be creative. Be ordinary. The golden rule for life is that there are no golden rules.” The wisdom of Osho, one of the best-loved spiritual teachers of our time, connects simply and directly to the everyday reality of our lives. Now, more than two decades after his death in 1990, his teachings will touch an ever-wider audience through this essential compendium of his inspiring views on such subjects as Belief, Responsibility, Relationships, Doing Good, and the Power of Consciousness.
Alan Jacobs has made a lifelong study of mysticism and is a regularly published author and poet. He is an accomplished and highly respected anthologist - the editor of Poetry for the Spirit and Peace of Mind and the author of The Essential Gnostic Gospels and When Jesus Lived in India, as well as several titles in the Sacred Texts series: Tales from Rumi, The Gnostic Gospels and The Upanishads; he is also the editor of Native American Wisdom and Plato's Republic in that series.
About the Author
Osho is one of the best-known and most provocative spiritual teachers of our time. The Sunday Times of London has named him one of the "1,000 makers of the twentieth century"; the novelist Tom Robbins has called him "the most dangerous man since Jesus Christ." Nearly two decades after his death in 1990, the influence of his teachings continues to grow, reaching seekers around the world.