Osho, formerly known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, passed away in 1990 but he left a rich legacy of talks and teachings, which still resonate today with spiritual seekers everywhere. His works are always based on vast knowledge of the world’s great teachings, combined with a radical irreverence and a refusal to bend the knee to spiritual norms. Here he outlines “the psychology of the Buddhas”, which uses meditation and awareness to help us relax back into our own true nature, which is enlightenment. It’s a bracing and challenging read.
256pp, 216 x 135 mm, Paperback, 2017, RRP £12.99