The Search for Peace

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Front cover:
"whatever development nature can bring about in millions of years, the meditatior can achieve swiftly, very quickly"
Back cover:
Peace talks, peace agreements, peace movements... Why is it, although there is a deep longing for peace in the world, every day, wars are being waged? And why, although so many people long for peace in their lives, does peace seem to be an impossibility even on a personal level? In this series of talks, Osho explains how peace can only become a reality when rigid religious practices and political ideologies are dropped, and an awakenend consciousness takes their place.
The key to finding peace is transformation, both outer and inner, one person at a time, and in this book Osho indicates how through meditation this can be achieved.
translated from
Hindi : Trisha Gai Ek Boond Se (तृषा गई एक बूंद से), ch.1-4
notes
Colophon: Published 1998 in Hindi as Trisha Gai Ek Bund Se.
time period of Osho's original talks/writings
Jan 30, 1969 to Feb 2, 1969 : timeline
number of discourses/chapters
4   (see table of contents)


editions

The Search for Peace (2015) - cover.jpg

The Search for Peace

Year of publication : 2015
Publisher : Osho Media International
ISBN 978-81-7261-306-8 (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 152
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : H
Edition notes : Copyright © 1998, 2015 OSHO International Foundation. Image and cover Copyright © OSHO International Foundation.
Size : 213 x 136 x 17 mm
Imprint: OSHO Vision
Extemporaneous talks given by Osho in Mumbai, India
Printed in India by Thomson Press (India) Ltd., New Delhi
Preface: Osho, Zen: The Path of Paradox, Vol 2

table of contents

edition 2015
chapter titles
discourses
event location duration media
1 Who Am I? 30 Jan 1969 pm Ruia College, Bombay 1h 27min audio
2 The Seven Chakras 31 Jan 1969 pm Ruia College, Bombay 1h 10min audio
3 Resolve Is the Key to Awakening 1 Feb 1969 pm Ruia College, Bombay 1h 8min audio
4 Peace: The Shadow of Truth 2 Feb 1969 pm Ruia College, Bombay 1h 6min audio