What they say about Osho

Meditation and life
Show all

What they say about Osho


“Osho is an enlightened master who works with all the possibilities to help humanity overcome a difficult phase in the development of consciousness”

Dalai Lama

These brilliant insights will benefit all those who yearn for experiential knowledge in the field of pure potentiality inherent in every human being. This book is part of the shelf of every library and the homes of all those who seek the knowledge of the higher.

Deepak Chopra

Their amazing speeches recorded on tapes and books inspired me and millions of others in the path of self-evolution … He is like a big bell ringing, Awaken, Awaken, Awaken!”

James Coburn, Actor

“He quotes Jesus, Buddha, Mahavira, Lao-tse, the Sufi masters and Zen impeccably, interpreting them with freshness and vivacity, as if they were talking today, as if they were wearing jeans!”

Die Zeit

“He had a deep knowledge of both the West and East. Buddha to Jesus, from Heraclitus to Marx, the Indian mystic Tilopa to the psychoanalyst Jung, Zen to Sufism, Tantra Yoga to, he could point out the weaknesses and strengths of each doctrine. He was the teacher who did not give answers, simply created urn space of freedom.”


Osho advocated meditation for everyone, but his technique was revolutionary, starting not with stillness and silence, but with violent activity to release energy and confined emotions, leading to a state of tranquility in which meditation can flourishThis it is the ideal place for people to learn the dozens of meditations he created. There is swimming meditation, dance and martial arts, meditation, smoking meditation walk, breathing meditation and meditation for couples.

Washington Post

“Osho is one of the most influential spiritual teachers of the second half of the twentieth century and many thousands of people – of all ages, of all countries and of all spiritual training – have been inspired by the simplicity and directness of his teachings.”

Penguin Books

Imagine a world where life was fun, where ‘play’ it substituted ‘work’ and where creative self-expression was always encouraged. Imagine a world where joy and laughter were the norm, where life was entirely celebrated and where love was the highest ideal. Imagine the world of Osho...”

Spirit Magazine, Reino Unido

“Osho gave a vision to this country and to the world that everyone can be proud of. Osho gave us a lot of strength. I lean towards his memory for having given us this force..”

Chandra Shekhar, former Prime Minister of India

Leave a Reply