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The Razor's Edge Book Review

The Razor’s Edge Book Review

“Man is such that if others believe he is honest, wise and kind; first he might not believe it. But, if they keep on insisting then he will start believing that he is indeed all these things”.

“The student is in the head, the disciple lives in the heart and devotee in the being”.

“One of the biggest miseries of humanity is that as soon as a child is born, they start labeling him as Hindu, Christian, Muslim or Jew. No one cares about letting the child work according to its own true potential and according to their own conception; the society tries to make something of that pure being.”

Nicknamed as a “sex guru” by the Indian and International Press, Osho advocated a more open attitude towards human sexuality. Born as Chandra Mohan Jain and later known as Acharya Rajneesh or Osho was a mystical guru and spiritual teacher. He was controversial and popular owing to his criticism of the blind faith of people in century old traditions and religions. Rajneesh believed that if anyone had to experience the holy power or god, they did not had to visit a religious site but look inside themselves.

After being denied entry in more than 21 countries, Osho returned to Pune ashram and left his human form in 1990. His ashram is known as the Osho International Meditation Resort.

Walking the spiritual path without numbing the mind to outside world is what is known as The Razor’s Edge by Professor Rajneesh. Read this book to know how you can lead a spiritual life and experience God without being restricted by what the world religions and traditions have been trying to make you do, .i.e. restrict your inner being.

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