Zen: The Path of Paradox, Vol 2
by Osho Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
"In Zen a totally new dimension opens, the dimension of effortless transformation. The dimension of transformation that comes naturally, by clearer eyes, by clarity. By seeing into the nature of things, without any hindrances, without any prejudices." This book is brimming with anecdotes showing life's paradoxes, and that if you look around you will find contradiction everywhere. The message is clear, that the more we dissect and analyze the more neurotic we become. The man of Zen has utter respect for himself; he does not believe in outer disciplines, rules and regulations; he trusts the inner - a trust that comes out of meditation - "and trust makes nature divine."
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