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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; 1 edition (Dec 14 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312275676
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312275679
  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 1.6 x 20.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #43,923 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Osho is one of the most provocative and inspiring spiritual teachers of the twentieth century. Known for his revolutionary contribution to the science of inner transformation, the influence of his teachings continues to grow, reaching seekers of all ages in virtually every country of the world. He is the author of many books, including Love, Freedom, Aloneness; The Book of Secrets; and Innocence, Knowledge, and Wonder.


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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Da Costa Alexandre on July 5 2003
Format: Paperback
I can't say in a thousand words what Osho means to me. I would say that Osho is a being that touches the unbelievable.
What you must understand is that Osho talks to a multitude of different kinds of minds and so it is difficult to say which book on him is a good start.
In some readings he explains is approach and methods, in others he just brainwash all your assumptions and false beliefs.
In this book he uncovers the secrets of being born as someone that needs intuition as a way to unlock the confusing tricks of our mind and knowledge.
In other books he talks on intimacy, courage, old religions, traditions and ways of knowledge and plainly explains how to step into the unkown.
And the unkown is not the unknowable, you have to set your mind and your thoughts in a way that whatever you will ever know is mental and cognitive. You are the necessary bondage and the unique reality. And Osho ultimatly makes you think and act for yourself out of inner freedom. You can find it to have more weight or more lightness but the BEING is the same, and his words just make you cool down to abundance.
It makes you think in so many different ways and also gives place to an essence that is not the ego, the false personality produced by external circunstances. In spite of ego he lifts you alone with existence and with your uniqueness and inner freedom.
Celebrate light! Dance with Life!
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This is it! Read ponder and be. A delicate balance of ideas and effortless flow of intuitive points if view
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 30 2002
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To have intuition you have to move into a higher level of consciousness and sensitivity. Otherwise, if you are half-sleep as the mayority of people are, it is impossible to understand intuition. Osho is very clear stating that intuition is not an intellectual pursuit or intellectual analysis made with your mind. You have to move beyond the mind, to the "witnessing consciusness" to contact a higher dimension. You cannot buy a book on intuition and expect to have it after you finish reading it. We in the West want everyting ready-made instant coffee. Intuition does not work that way. Osho tells us like it is and I am sorry if somebody is hurt.
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2 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 1 2002
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I do not recommend this book to anyone. Osho's views on reality are absurd. Some of the things he says sound like they come out of skeptic magazine. If you're on a spiritual path and you're already dealing with doubt do not read this book!
Osho's views don't carry a feeling of hope and love with them but have more of an egotistical ring.
Who set this man up to be a Guru? He's not.
I'll be using the book as kindling as I cuddle up in front of the fire reading a worth while book.
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96 of 98 people found the following review helpful
Still grateful for this life-changing book after 5 years Nov. 7 2008
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I thought I would mention that it has been over 5 years since I first read this book, since that would likely be relevant to those reading this review. But I know that the transformation I experienced from reading this book, and my gratefulness for it, will be with me forever.

This book was my first introduction to Osho. A freshman in college at the time, I was in the midst of a serious spiritual exploration. I had recently read a number of books from the Conversations With God series, which are amazing, but which were ironically acting as a sort of dogma for me. I went around preaching the lessons from those books (overtly or otherwise) and was totally convinced that I was on the spiritual path that was right for me -- and even, dare I say, that I had at least some of the "answers." But there was something about those books that bothered me -- if having a conversation with God was something we were all supposed to be able to experience, why wasn't I experiencing it, and why didn't I feel the books were helping me to do so (in spite of their insistence that this was possible)?

I had no idea that I had become closed-minded, and that Conversations With God was serving as a religion for me--one that taught love and moved far beyond conventional religion--but a religion that was nonetheless limiting.

This book blew me away. After reading it cover to cover, I realized what truth is really about. Our ideas about what truth is, our prior beliefs, the entirety of what our culture teaches us about spirituality--are all irrelevant if they are not grounded in actual awareness and experience. This "idea" is much harder to grasp than it seems. I don't think anything else at the time could have managed to break me out of my way of thinking. I thought I was open to any and all spiritual ideas. It was only Osho who truly opened my mind, heart, and being. If you organize your life around a set of intellectual beliefs, however uplifting, this book will set you free and put you back in touch with your heart, and your intuition.

One reviewer said she thought this book was awful because she was struggling with her faith, and the book only made her doubts greater. But that is the whole point of Osho--to make you question everything until you are truly free to see the truth for yourself, without all of that so-called "knowledge" from the past clouding your vision.

To be more specific, this book changed my life in part because it made me realize that my real passion is music. So, instead of continuing to move in the direction of a career in web development, where music would have been relegated to just a hobby, I switched my major to a degree that also included music, and now I am enrolled in a masters program in music composition. I will always be grateful for Osho, who I feel pushed me in this direction at a young age, rather than just being another person who sacrificed his dreams for the sake of practical and monetary concerns. Anyone who wants to live their dreams more fully would benefit from reading this book.

More importantly, this book opened me up to the whole world of Osho, which is truly vast--I am sure there is a gem for everyone somewhere in his works. I have to issue a caveat--you should be careful not to read Osho too literally. The important thing is the message.

In spite of (or perhaps because of) being a book about moving beyond the intellect, "Intuition" revolutionized my whole way of thinking. I have come to the point where I don't even believe anything that Osho says unless it rings true in my own experience--and that is really saying something.

We live in a world where people will hate--or even kill--as a result of a belief that is not even authentically their own; one that they learned from a book, or from their religion or culture (atheists are not excluded from this, by the way). I now see the world more clearly than ever before. And on every level, Osho has helped put me in contact with a much deeper wisdom within myself than I had ever known before--my own.

It is for this wisdom that I am truly grateful.
73 of 82 people found the following review helpful
Intuition is not something that you buy ready-made April 30 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
To have intuition you have to move into a higher level of consciousness and sensitivity. Otherwise, if you are half-sleep as the mayority of people are, it is impossible to understand intuition. Osho is very clear stating that intuition is not an intellectual pursuit or intellectual analysis made with your mind. You have to move beyond the mind, to the "witnessing consciusness" to contact a higher dimension. You cannot buy a book on intuition and expect to have it after you finish reading it. We in the West want everyting ready-made instant coffee. Intuition does not work that way. Osho tells us like it is and I am sorry if somebody is hurt.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Intuition April 1 2008
By Ron Rasmussen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have read Osho books back to back and am amazed that his teachings never overlap - his thoughts are fresh - his message clearly stated. I find it very difficult to stop reading Osho.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Intuition is merely giving ourselves back our own authority Aug. 10 2009
By Daniel M. Hunt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Many of us have been taught not to trust our own powers of discernment. If we did, our powers of Intuition would be much more accute.

What's "right" according to someone else may not be right for us. We need to retrain ourselves how to "inquire within". OSHO trusted his own insights since he was a child and told his followers to do likewise...even if they were in disagreement with OSHO's!

The Real Voice Of Authority comes from Inside - not outside and I know of no one who asserts this fact more vehemently than OSHO. He is also very easy to read and has a way of cutting through and dispelling all the bologna that has been conditioned into us by clearly exposing the flaws and falsity of our conditioned beliefs which clouds the Realness of our Essential Nature - a Realness that can be directly recognized once we start trusting in our Intuition.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I love Osho, BUT.. Jan. 23 2014
By Webert Joseph - Published on Amazon.com
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Okay, I love Osho's books, I actually bought a few all at once. I enjoy the way he tells stories, and even when he's repeating the same idea, he still manages to find another way to describe it. So if you didn't understand what he was talking about the first time, he keeps talking about it, comparing it to other things in life, and he makes sure you understand before moving forward. Even though I understand the first time, I don't get tired of reading his metaphors and comparisons because they always seem different or just something I've never heard before. He is really like a teacher, and his teachings are beautiful and relevant to life in every way. The only thing I can say that is somewhat negative is that sometimes, he'll seem like a hypocrite. For example, in his book about intimacy, he writes about how love is everything and people need love in their life, all the beauty of love. In depth, all about loving yourself and others! Then, in this book, "Intuition: Knowing Beyond Logic", he kind of degrades the notion of love, saying that humans just made it up and it is merely a delusion created for human reproduction (I guess someone hurt him that day, I don't know, lol). For the point that he was trying to make, yes, it did make sense. But I still raised an eyebrow because I just finished reading the Intimacy book the other day, so I was confused. I don't defend or condemn it, it was just weird to me. But like anything in life, the book is really what you take from it, how you interpret it yourself, and there is much wisdom to be gained in this book, as with any other book by Osho. This book still gets four stars from me, I really enjoyed it.


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