The philosopher is pure logic and the poet is pure irrationality, but the mystic is beyond both, says Osho. This volume of the collection begins with an examination of a very singular philosopher: Friedrich Nietzsche. We say singular because, in a sense, he is the anti-philosopher or, in Osho's own words, "his oddity is that his philosophy is not the usual rational approach to life, but he writes prose poetry and is a mystic who never traveled the usual paths of mysticism."
Friedrich Nietzsche is a strange philosopher, a poet and a mystic - OSHO Talks Vol.20
Watch and Wait (Complete) - Osho Meditations Vol. 15
Our very desire and longing become a barrier - OSHO Talks Vol. 08
You don't know the art of sex - OSHO Talks Vol. 2
It takes no more than three minutes - OSHO Talks Vol. 19
January 1st - Monday - OSHO Talks Vol.
The world's largest statue - OSHO Talks Vol. 3
Any way to help a child is wrong - OSHO Talks Vol. 2
What is Truth? (Complete) - OSHO Talks Vol. 10
Can you practice love? - OSHO Talks Vol. 7