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The Inner Journey is a precise manual for tuning the instrument — body, mind, heart, hara — to an inner balance and harmony that will pave the way for the experience of meditation.
Osho speaks of meditation as a music that naturally flows in a well-tuned instrument, and of love as the dance that moves to this music.
"Make your life an inner laboratory and start knowing all these energies within - watch them, recognize them. Never suppress, even unintentionally. Never be afraid, even by mistake, but try to know whatever is within you. If anger comes, then feel fortunate and be thankful to the person who has made you angry: he has given you an opportunity - some energy has arisen within you and now you can look at it. Look at it silently, in aloneness...." (Osho, Ch. 7)
translated from
Hindi : Antaryatra (अन्तर्यात्रा)
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.
"Spontaneous Talks Given by Osho to Disciples and Friends at a Meditation Camp in Ajol, Gujarat, in India"
time period of Osho's original talks/writings
Feb 3, 1968 to Feb 5, 1968 : timeline
number of discourses/chapters
8   (see table of contents)


editions

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The Inner Journey

Year of publication : 1996
Publisher : Rebel Publishing House, India
Edition no. : 1
ISBN 81-7261-019-X (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 288
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : H
Edition notes : First edition. Copyright Osho International Foundation.
Size : 198 x 129 x 24 mm
Editors: Sw Yoga Pratap Bharati, Ma Yoga Sudha
Design and Typesetting: Ma Deva Harito
Production: Ma Deva Harito
Printing: Thomson Press (India) Limited
In loving gratitude to Osho, Sw Anand Prativan
Introduction: Kishori Raman Tandon, Mumbai, India, Poet, Author and Journalist.
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The Inner Journey

Year of publication : 1997
Reprint 1999
Reprint 2000
Publisher : Penguin Books India
Edition no. : 1
ISBN 0-14-029017-6 (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 288
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : P
Edition notes :

table of contents

edition 1997.07
chapter titles
discourses
event location duration media
1 The Body: The First Step 3 Feb 1968 am Ajol, meditation camp 1h 8min audio
2 The Head, the Heart, the Navel 3 Feb 1968 om ** Ajol, meditation camp 1h 0min audio
3 The Navel: Seat of Will 3 Feb 1968 pm Ajol, meditation camp 1h 23min audio
4 Knowing the Mind 4 Feb 1968 am Ajol, meditation camp 1h 6min audio
5 The True Knowledge 4 Feb 1968 om ** Ajol, meditation camp 0h 51min audio
6 No Belief, No Disbelief 4 Feb 1968 pm Ajol, meditation camp 1h 9min audio
7 Tuning the Heart 5 Feb 1968 am Ajol, meditation camp 1h 9min audio
8 Love Has No I 5 Feb 1968 pm Ajol, meditation camp 1h 10min audio