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Challenging the religious concept of God the creator, Osho invites us to consider that everything in existence is comprised of "something" - call it God or godliness, matter or electricity, ABC or the divine. What is important is being willing to recognize our own inner godliness or divinity. Dangerous? Osho goes on to speak about what it means to live dangerously.

©1976 OSHO International Foundation (P)2015 OSHO International Foundation

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  • Michael
  • 21-04-2017

Ok, I'm it's own

This was good, short intro to Osho, but hard to say how impactful it is, I would Recommend the Heart Sutra book first.

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  • Giorgi K.
  • 27-12-2020

Beautiful

As always OSHO is sharp and up to a point. One suggestion: Do not just listen to him! Try out his advice in your daily life... Otherwise, he would become for you a new "self-help guru", which you do not want for sure.

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  • Z. V.
  • 04-06-2020

Sex in Mind Sex in Body

The difference between love and compulsiveness, between creativeness and controlling others. Listen and see for yourself, meditate over it.

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  • Wafa E. Alfaris
  • 05-10-2019

To expand the way you live in

To conquer the fear within and looking at it as thoughts, not obstacles, then find the courage to step up .love it

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  • Boris
  • 15-09-2018

ah, the depth......!!!!!

as always Osho brings me to such a connectedness with existence, has been my teacher since 1990

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  • Christiane C.
  • 24-07-2020

Not the expected audio for the book

By purchasing this audio, I expected the audio for the book with the same title "Courage: the joy of living dangerously". Unfortunately, this was not the case when I compared pages from the book with what I heard. This might be useful to anyone with the same intention, wanting to purchase the audio book. The audio starts off with taking risks, feeling alive like climbing mountains and spending time in nature or physical sportive activities. It moved quickly onto the topic of being sexual, sexuality, love and the relationship between women and men, where Osho stayed most of the time. For me, the overall impression is, that it has nothing to do with the title unless you interpret living dangerously/experimentally within a sexual context.

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  • Itai
  • 19-05-2020

Kind of ok

First half of it is interesting, the second half is less Interesting and less connected to the title of the audiobook.

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