And Now, And Here (2)

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All our lives we are running. What are we running from? What is the fear? The fear is that on the one hand we are unable to live fully, and on the other hand the fear of death is imminent, present. Both things are interconnected. The man who is afraid of death will not be able to live his life; he will remain terrified of death. Then what is the answer?
Most of us look for security in our relationships, in our choice of living and working conditions, and in our finances. Underlying this search for security is a deep, instinctive fear of death, which continually colors our lives and drives our focus outward, toward survival. But we also have a longing to turn inward, to relax deeply within ourselves, and experience the sense of freedom and expansion this brings.
With this book we can start exploring our inner world without fear. Osho debunks our myths and misunderstandings around death and invites us to experience our eternal inner space – now and here – through guided meditations at the end of the first chapters.
translated from
Hindi : Main Mrityu Sikhata Hun (मैं मृत्यु सिखाता हूं)
notes
Read this book as PDF or create a free account at osho.com to read the book online.
Later published as part of Osho Books on CD-ROM.
Previously published as two volumes, And Now, And Here, Vol 1 and And Now, And Here, Vol 2.
time period of Osho's original talks/writings
Oct 28, 1969 to Aug 6, 1970 : timeline
number of discourses/chapters
15


editions

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And Now, And Here (2)

Beyond the Duality of Life and Death

Year of publication : 2008
Publisher : Rebel Press
Edition no. : 1
ISBN 9788172612122 (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 654
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : H
Edition notes : One of these meditations (Relaxing the BodyMind Meditation) has been recorded with music and is included as a CD with this book.

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And Now, And Here (2)

Beyond the Duality of Life and Death

Year of publication : 2018
Publisher : Penguin Ananda
Edition no. :
ISBN 978-0143446576 (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 528
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : P
Edition notes :