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Danger: Truth at Work: The Courage to Accept the Unknowable [With DVD] (New)
Publisher: Publishers Group West
Binding: Hardcover with CD
Book ID: 9780984444410, 0984444416
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If this book were a movie- it would be rated PG 18 - luckily it is not, and we hope most readers will be able to look beneath the provocative language and understand the enormous power of the revelations Osho shares with his audience, and now also with you.
Danger: Truth at Work goes right to the heart of our most fundamental human issues. Why can't we just live happily and be content? It looks like humanity has all the knowledge needed to solve all its problems and yet -- the truth is - it doesn't work.
The truth Osho exposes here is shocking because he puts our noses directly into something most of us don't want to see - our religious conditioning! Me, and religiously conditioned? No way - I am free, I am "spiritual," I am open.
Each chapter in this book will open your eyes to truths that go against everything you have been taught, and push the envelope beyond anything you think you might be able to handle - and yet these are the just the kinds of confrontations with "inherited wisdom" that can be the most liberating. You will learn to see how conditioning is preventing you from the life you actually want to live - the life you are actually supposed to live. With a little awareness you will be able to make the connections - even if you think you have long ago left religion behind you. And if you are a religious person, you will have chance to take a second look - and perhaps get a taste of what Osho calls "real religiousness."
This is not just a book to read - it is a living experience of de-conditioning. Osho calls it a "dry-cleaning" of your mind.
You might ask - why do I need to be de-conditioned?
Because - again - the truth is that only after we have rid ourselves of ideas and beliefs that have been drilled into us by others - often with the best of intentions - are we able to truly enjoy life, to be natural and true to ourselves, and to live authentically as we really are and want to be.
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