Absolute Tao. Subtle is the Way to Love, Happiness and Truth by Osho

By Osho

Moving past the standard interpretations of this vintage chinese language textual content — that of utilizing it as a trademark of what to do subsequent or trying to are expecting the longer term — Osho is utilizing the Tao Te Ching as Lao Tzu meant: to ignite the flame of person know-how and insight.

His commentaries on those seven verses burn via each concept we may perhaps carry approximately ourselves until eventually we will be able to see with an identical crystal transparent gentle as Lao Tzu.

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And in another way he was the most extraordinary man. He was not extraordinary like Buddha; he was extraordinary in a totally different way. His extraordinariness was not so obvious – it was a hidden treasure. He was not miraculous like Krishna, he did not do any miracles, but his whole being was a miracle: the way he walked, the way he looked, the way he was. His whole being was a miracle. He was not sad like Jesus; he could laugh, he could laugh a belly laugh. It is said that he was born laughing.

He is unearthly like a ghost, the body part is missing; he is unembodied, a tree without roots. You are roots, but only roots; it has not sprouted, the tree has not come to bloom. Buddha is only flowers, and you are only roots – Lao Tzu is both. He may not look as perfect as Buddha, he cannot, because the other is always there – how can he be perfect? But he is complete. He is total. He may not be perfect but he is total. And these two words have to be remembered always: don’t try to be perfect, try to be total.

This is the introduction for the book. It simply makes you alert: now words will follow, don’t become a victim of the words. Remember the wordless. Remember that which cannot be communicated through language, through words. The Tao can be communicated, but it can only be communicated from being to being. It can be communicated when you are with the master; just with the master, doing nothing, not even practicing anything. Just being with the master it can be communicated. Why can’t the truth be said?

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