This book is a meditation handbook, keeping in mind the 21st century realities in mind and helps explain what makes Osho so popular. The book includes detailed step-by-step guides to Osho dynamic meditations (highly effective for those who struggle to sit silently and to throw out tensions of modern life), as well as the importance of everyday awareness (helping make meditation a part of our daily routines).
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