Dinner with Osho

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The stories of Ma Anand Urmila and Ma Yoga Shobhana, told in the first person by Savita.
Back cover:
Two women - both housewives, both in close personal relationships with Osho long before he became the high-profile mystic he is known as today. Two spiritual journeys - both guided by Osho, but tailored to suit two very contrasting personalities and their different lives.
One woman established a close intellectual friendship with Osho before starting to open her heart. The other fell in love, and continued to live from her emotions until his work with her gave her the tools to bring her head and heart into balance.
Told in the first person, their contrasting tales show how Osho helped each woman grow into the under-explored part of herself, while guiding both to use meditation as a support for the challenges of family life. His subtle insights into the dilemmas faced by women treading the path of meditation in the mundane world are still as relevant today.
author
Savita Brandt
language
English
notes
10 chapters in 2 parts; starting with a foreword, preface, introduction, and ending with a glossary, bibliography, Osho biographical timeline "about Osho's books", and acknowledgements.

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Dinner with Osho ; Cover.jpg

Dinner with Osho

Intimate Tales of Two Women on the Path of Meditation

Year of publication : 2019.01
Publisher : Dancing Buddhas Books
Edition no. : 1
ISBN 978-81-907759-8-4 (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 269
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : P
Edition notes : Copyright © 2019 by Judith Brandt
Size : 228 x 152 x 19 mm
Typographic design and cover by Prem Shashi
Printed and bound by Spectrum Offset, D2/4 Satyam Estate, behind CDSS, Pandurang Colony, Erandwane, Pune, India
Dedication: To Veeten, whose loving attentiveness took me beyond attachment
Preface: Savita Brandt, January 2019
Introduction (by the author)
  • Cover back.

  • Page 9.

  • Page 136.1.

  • Page 136.2.

  • Page 136.4.

  • Page 136.6.

  • Page 136.8.