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Courage Osho discusses where fears originate, how to understand them and how to find the courage to face them. The change in our lives that can cause fear is actually a cause for celebration. Rather than clinging to the familiar, we can learn to see new situations as opportunities for adventure. Full description

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He explain with simple and easy way that you can't fight fear because you can't defeat something not there, FEAR IS NOTHING BUT ABSENCE OF LOVE,
And more you fight with fear the more you will become afraid and a new fear will appear.
And courage is going into the unknown,to be courage is to free yourself from the known and from the save.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The undisguised truth 12 avril 2000
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Wow, what gem! This book is about the courage to love and to be yourself. Very inspiring, poetic and simply written. The Truth jumped out at me in every word. Definately a book for the serious seeker, for those desiring to know the truth about self and love. Clears up a lot of misconceptions on the subject matter in firm but gentle manner, enticing you to stretch your breadth of vision. A comfort to those of us who have always felt 'different' and uncomfortable about those differences while still being unable to conform. Says that self discovery and living in love are not for that faint at heart but the truly courageous and gives us a glimpse of what life will be like once courage becomes unneccessary.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Courage yes! 11 novembre 2000
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This book is "not for that faint at heart but the truly courageous." If you are content with conformity you need not stop here. As a Companion book I would recommend the book An Encounte with A Prophet another book not for the faint at heart but for the truly courageous.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 "I am in a mess, but I like this work! 14 septembre 2008
Par DjC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Osho's words encourage us while at the same time lightening our burdens with humor. It's ok to be uncertain, he tells us; life is uncertain. It's ok to be insecure; nothing in life is secure. All is subject to change, and if we can be better at accepting reality, at being one with whatever happens, by being observers of life rather than constantly trying to control things, then life's ups and downs lose their hold on us and we achieve a joyful inner state. Here are some of his points to help us get to that state:

1) Courage means pushing ahead despite the fear you're feeling;

2) Listen to life, don't expect life to listen to you or your logic, and that means knowing when to yield in the face life's storms;

3) Go with your heart and gamble on the unknown rather than using your head to always play it safe;

4) Be open to spontaneity and the vulnerability that might come with it rather than operating through ready-made conclusions, especially when you have not even explored the possibilities.

5) You may have great doubts, but if you can forge ahead despite these doubts you must also have great trust. You have to learn to go with your experience of life rather than your analysis of it (i.e., with the eyes of your heart rather than with the legs of your intellect), and that's how your trust begins to overcome the doubts.

6)Foster innocence by dying to the past and being reborn to the future;

7)Open the door to the new by not imposing your decision on events in life but by acting in the moment;

8) Know that love is light and darkness is the absence of that light; to foster love don't force it into narrow places, because love is an infinite sky in which you don't force your ideals on others but are accepting of others as they are;

9) Go by your inner sense and not by following the crowd, by realizing that you're one with your universe / reality/ God, that you are known and have already been judged by that universe/reality/God that created you when you were born (i.e., such inner sense becoming possible when you're not burdened by the weight of your feelings of separateness from that universe/reality/God);

10) Live dangerously, not by settling for the mundane, but by risking bodily, psychologically, and spiritually for the new.

The final word is that meditation is the process of living the joyful life discussed in this book. One star less than five, because the discussion on this could have been better -- there are better books out there on meditation itself.

Otherwise, this work is full of good, kind-hearted, humorous, and loving advice.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Inspirational! One of the best self help books I've ever read 24 février 2006
Par T. Chow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I read a lot of self-help books. I had read that Osho is a contraversial figure, often accused of being a preachy spiritual quack. This may be true. He does ramble on and interject his teachings with stories (and even jokes!) that don't really support his points. He does seem to like to listen to himself talk.

In ancient Greece, he would be accused of sophistry, corrupting the innocent youth and threatening societal order. Osho reminds me of Socrates in his times. His critics think he was a self-serving quack who confounds the naive with tautological inspirational truisms that challenge the political and religious authorities. No doubt they both were eccentric, perhaps egotistical, men who saw something unique which resonated with a lot of discontented souls. They both taught individuals to think for themselves and inspired people to live different lives against the grain of the crowd. Socrates was a dangerous man. So is Osho.

I am not putting Osho on a pedestal with Socrates. Reading socrates woke me up in high school. Since then for fifteen years, no one has given me such a needed slap in the face as Osho has. His words are sharp, and his claims are outrageous. But I just couldn't help but see the truth.

This is not a "how to" self-help book. It's not an instructional manual. It's a much needed slap in the face.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Breath taking yet chilling 20 février 2003
Par Roland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Osho's way of writing and the words he uses are breath taking as well as chilling. This book left me excited and ready to pursue a new found life of complete awareness, however it left me in more fear than I have experienced before. He calls on us to question our very existence and our belief in a supreme being namely God. I wasn't ready to read this book at the stage that I did, someday I will pick it up again however. Osho states that this book will leave you asking more questions and that he doesn't provide any ideals on how to live one's life. If this is what you are searching for I suggest you search for a different book. Osho's books however give us a different viewpoint on life and the way in which we should approach it.
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