Osho On Self-Acceptance

Osho, also know as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, was an Indian master who died in 1990. He was an outstanding speaker and teacher.

When he looked into your eyes, you knew he was present. His whole being seemed to want your liberation.

His teachings spanned the whole of meditation practices – from Art to Zen and everything in between.

The first talk I heard was about Lao Tzu.

Lao Tzu was the author of the Tao Te Ching, a book of wisdom passed down through the centuries.

It is a book of 81 chapters and has been an inspiration to many people who practice meditation.

The story goes that Lao Tzu was about to leave his home in China. The boarder guard recognized him and required him to write the Tao Te Ching before he was allowed to leave.

In his talk first talk about the Tao Te Ching, Osho professed his love for Buddha, Jesus, and Mahavira. Then said, “When I speak on Lao Tzu, I speak on myself.”

His talks on the Tao Te Ching are preserved in a three volume work titled, “The Three Treasures.”

Osho On Self-Acceptance

This video encourages you to accept yourself just as you are and to not get obsessed with yourself!

I hope you enjoy it.

Please do not get distracted by what you may have read about Osho. He was an enlightened master.

Even the Dalai Lama said this about him: “Osho is an enlightened master who is working with all possibilities to help humanity overcome a difficult phase in developing consciousness.

Do you know anyone who could benefit from Osho’s teachings on self-acceptance? Please share this video with them.

Meditation has to be Choiceless Awareness Osho Talks: Art of Loving (DVD)

These two CD’s demonstrate Osho’s unique way of speaking. I highly recommend you try to listen to them.

Note: This video was originally posted on Best Meditation Videos on June 27, 2012. In light of yesterday’s article on Welcome All Things, I think you will also enjoy this.

Let me know if you would like to purchase some of Osho’s books and I’ll connect you with someone who has a large collection.

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