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Nirvana - The Last Nightmare
Nirvana - The Last Nightmare

Nirvana - The Last Nightmare

by Osho

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Language

English

Publisher

Diamond

ISBN

8189182552 - Year: 2006 - Pages: 296

Binding

Paperback

Osho

Author: Osho
Publisher: Diamond
Year: 2006
Language: English
Pages: 296
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8189182552

Description

Why does Osho call the desire for Nirvana, enlightenment, The Last Nightmare?. Because, he says all desire, all hope is the nightmare – and that this hope postpones us from being in the present moment, open to life and to what truly is.

I will go on singing the beauties of ecstasy, but don’t misunderstand me. I’m not trying to convince you that nirvana has to be achieved. It is not a goal. It cannot be made a goal. It cannot be made an object of desire. It is available. Just look. Have an alert look. Life is tremendously beautiful. It is showering on you from everywhere.

Through Zen stories, jokes and responses to questions, Osho talks on topics such as the nature of desire, the disease of comparison man’s compulsive need to do, being creative with work, and the freedom of consciousness – all to give us the wake up call that: Nirvana is not somewhere . It is the whole performance of life.

Contents

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1
Mastered by Zen

CHAPTER 2
The Ultimate Nightmare

CHAPTER 3
Players of a Game

CHAPTER 4
The Drunken Dancer

CHAPTER 5
Killing the Buddha

CHAPTER 6
Taking the Risk

CHAPTER 7
The Infinite Journey

CHAPTER 8
Collecting Seashells

CHAPTER 9
Dead with Dignity

CHAPTER 10
Living in Nirvana

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