Osho responds to questions and speaks about psychological concepts as presented by Freud, Jung, Adler and Assagioli and others, comparing their theories with the Eastern practice of meditation. While psychologist and physicians approach the body and the mind separately as illness, Osho exams the wider human condition and the underlying issue which he calls a "spiritual illness". He points out that every individual longs for freedom and is surrounded by restrictive systems that deny this fundamental right. Self-realization is according to Osho to be free in an unfree society, and to be happy in a miserable world.
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Osho speaks of how to stand out from anyone else; society, 'the crowd', cliques, the norm, by being your true self in this astonishing short edition to his incredible collection of talks. This man has changed the way I live, and in this talk courage and the freedom of letting go is spoken in words only worth listening to when spoken form the lips of a master.
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