The Tantra Vision, Vol 2

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An absorbing book about the relationship between Saraha, an affluent young Brahmin, and a lower-cast arrowsmith woman - he as disciple, and she as his Tantric master. In Osho's understanding Tantra is one of the greatest of man's visions, a religion which respects rather than destroys individuality. Alternately speaking on the sutras of Saraha and answering seekers' questions, Osho describes what he calls the "Tantra map of inner consciousness," including the "four seals" or locks that open as couples move higher in meditation.
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Later published as part of Osho Books on CD-ROM.
Later published as Tantric Transformation.
Chapters 1-5 later published in Tantra Vision: Beyond the Barriers of Wisdom.
Chapters 6-10 later published in Tantra Vision: The Door To Nirvana.
time period of Osho's original talks/writings
May 1, 1977 to May 10, 1977 : timeline
number of discourses/chapters
10   (see table of contents)


editions

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The Tantra Vision, Vol 2

Speaking on the Royal Song of Saraha

Year of publication : 1979
Publisher : Rajneesh Foundation
Edition no. : 1
ISBN 0-88050-145-6 (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 320
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : H
Edition notes : First edition March 1979, 5,000 copies. Copyright 1979 Rajneesh Foundation
Size : 219 x 143 x 28 mm
Author as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
Published by Ma Yoga Laxmi
Compilation: Ma Prem Rabiya
Editor: Ma Prem Asha
Design: Sw Anand Subhadra; Sw Govind Vedant
Cover design: Sw Govinddas
Coordination: Ma Yoga Pratima; Ma Deva Ritambhara
Photography: Sw Krishna Bharti
Grateful acknowledgement given to H.U. Guentheil for the sutras from 'The Royal Song of Saraha', University of Washington Press, quoted in this book.
Phototypeset by Spads Phototype Setting Industries (P) Ltd. Worli, Bombay
Processed by Com Art Lithographers Pvt Ltd, Bombay
Printed by Electrographic Industries, Worli, Bombay
Bound by Swan Binders, Wadala, Bombay
Flap text: Arthur Sherman, M.S., M.D., Psychiatrist; Former Fellow, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York; Contributing Author, "Reflections of Mind".
Introduction: Ma Prem Asha

table of contents

edition 1979.03
chapter titles
discourses
event location duration media
1 The Tantra Map 1 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 39min audio
2 Freedom Is a Higher Value 2 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 35min audio
3 Breaking the Four Seals 3 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 36min audio
4 Trust Cannot Be Betrayed 4 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 44min audio
5 From Nothing to Nothing 5 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 37min audio
6 I Am Enough Alone 6 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 33min audio
7 Intelligence Is Meditation 7 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 35min audio
8 Love Makes No Shadow 8 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 42min audio
9 No-Mind Is the Door 9 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 35min audio
10 Just a Remembrance 10 May 1977 am Buddha Hall, Poona 1h 31min audio