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The Empty Boat: Encounters with Nothingness [Format Kindle]

Osho , Osho International Foundation

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Talks on the Stories of Chuang Tzu. OSHO revitalises the 300-year-old Taoist message of self-realization through the stories of the Chinese mystic, Chuang Tzu. He speaks about the state of egolessness, "the empty boat"; spontaneity, dreams and wholeness; living life choicelessly and meeting death with the same equanimity . Available in a beautiful new edition, this series overflows with the wisdom of one who has realized the state of egolessness himself.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 439 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 242 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0981834191
  • Editeur : Osho Media International; Édition : Reprint (12 avril 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B004LLICD6
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Amazon.com: 4.7 étoiles sur 5  15 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 every and any single sentence in this book was eye-opening for me 7 octobre 2011
Par Hansderma, Inc - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don't remember how I found this book but this was the Absolute best book I have ever read in my life.
I bought 20 books and gave them to my best friends, therapist and business partners. They all love this book.

It taught me about my silliness. I taught me how the world works. I taught me the wisdom.
It taught me how we fight and argue and that is so meaningless.
It taught me what ego means.

Every single sentence in this book is really eye-opening to me.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Challenging, Very Rewarding 10 février 2013
Par Steven McGill - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I really, really love this book. It goes against all conventional wisdom for how to live one's life, but is directly in line with the teachings of Taoism, as well as the feelings that have forever dwelled within my own heart. In a world that constantly pounds into our heads the need to be somebody, Osho teaches us of the importance of being nobody. In a world that constantly tells us we need to accomplish things, Osho teaches us that accomplishing things is worthless. In a world that encourages us to be proud of our achievements, Osho teaches that our achievements don't mean anything.

Instead, Osho informs us that it is our essence that matters. Who we are at core is what matters, not what we do. When doing comes out of being, there is no conflict. There is no need to seek reward because the reward is in the action itself. Instead of moving toward goals and planning out our lives in such a way that can lead to "success," Osho says that the real joy of living comes through being spontaneous, and through having no expectations. "All that is great, all that is beautiful, all that is true and real," he says, "is always spontaneous. You cannot plan it.... Do the trees plan how to grow, how to mature, how to come to flower? They simply grow without even being conscious of the growth" (80-81).

To be an empty boat means to be free of ego, free of the need to prove oneself, free of the need to be somebody, free of the fear of being nobody, free of the need to win, free of the fear of losing. It means being free to put everything you are into what you do without any attachment to results.

What I like about Osho is that he is uncompromising. He doesn't let you feel good about yourself. He gives you no choice but to look within yourself and to be honest about what you see. Reading this book, you'll realize that all problems in the external world are rooted in the internal world of each one of us, and that we cannot effectively address any injustices in society without being introspective. "A seeker of truth," he says, "carries no theories with him. He is always open, vulnerable. He can listen" (144).

This quality of listening is what opens us up to the reality that lies beneath the surface of our chattering minds. When we listen to others, instead of competing with them to prove we are right, rigidly holding onto our opinions, conversations have a musical quality, a rhythm, a flow, and friendships are formed where rivalries once reigned. This quality of listening is also what enables us to see that this moment, right here right now, is a joyous moment, even if it doesn't lead to anything tangible, even if nothing is happening. Osho teaches us to view each moment as a celebration, so that we don't wish our lives away, waiting for someday to come, or wishing that the good old days would come back. "A man of wisdom is always concerned with the being," he says, whereas "a man of ignorance is always concerned with questions of doing" ( 223).

So, the "Nothingness" in the title is the Tao, the emptiness within, the pure, virgin Self, prior to the intrusion of the thinking, logical mind. Osho urges us to return to that pure state, so that we are awake to what every moment brings us.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is awsome! 9 novembre 2011
Par MJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Actually I'm the reader from Asian country, and I've known OSHO for almost 4years, reading so many books written by him in my language, but it didn't really come to me. This book, however, makes me full understanding of what he tried to say in this book. And What I want to say in this review is just simple. Read it, and you will know what I'm talking about. There is something above the words.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Understanding Daoism 4 octobre 2012
Par Yugo Lalla - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been a Daoist for forty years and have read most of what is available on the topic. This is the finest book on Chang Tzu's parables and on Daoism ever. For anyone interested in deeper understanding of Dao, don't hesitate to order this book. Osho's clarity of interpretation excels. His conversational style is very readable.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book 30 avril 2013
Par eigerdreams - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Good preview in the working of the mind..... a bit difficult to put in practice.

Given the controversial life Osho, there are things with resonated and some of them which felt completely out of whack.

interpretations of the verses are elaborate. Communication style is pretty direct, sometimes feels a bit narcissistic.
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