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Ecstasy: The Forgotten Language invites us to rediscover our natural state of ecstasy. We have lost touch with our intrinsic nature, says Osho, because we no longer live existential lives; we put our whole focus on our private lives. We have lost contact with the real and live almost entirely in our minds, in our imaginations. This makes us dull and unhappy and unavailable for what life is really offering us. 

Society and civilizations originally evolved to support and protect us, but now the situation has reversed and instead we find ourselves existing to sustain them. One outcome of this reversal is that society supports misery rather than our natural ecstasy because an ecstatic person is a rebellious individual who cannot be enslaved by any ideology or structure.  

The words of Kabir - a mystic, a weaver, and a poet who can touch the earth and catch the stars with his transcendent verses - are the starting point for these inspiring talks on how to live our lives to their utmost potential.  

“Religiousness is the science of how to find the forgotten language of ecstasy. Whenever you are in tune with existence, there is ecstasy, there is bliss, there is benediction.” (Osho)


  1. "Now or Never"
  2. "Sannyas the Radical Revolution"
  3. "Natural Spontaneous Aware"
  4. "The Way of Religion"
  5. "There Are No Words to Tell"
  6. "Trust Is Your Nature"
  7. "Enter into Your Own Body"
  8. "The Irrational Rationalist"
  9. "Dance Today with Joy"
  10. "The Choice Is Yours"
©1976 Osho International Foundation (P)2020 Osho International Foundation

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