What makes OSHO different from Gautam Buddha and other enlightened masters and mystics throughout history? The answer is here, in his own provocative words: "To go beyond enlightenment is to go beyond individuality and become universal." OSHO responds to questions on topics ranging from the intimate to the universal, from religion to philosophy, from present-day politics to his own childhood experiences, from enlightenment to what lies beyond.
Whatever you may have thought or read up until now, these talks will take you further. They are not about enlightenment, rather words spoken by a man who has known enlightenment – and left it far behind. Through his responses to the questions of people from all walks of life, Osho explores the subject from the inside, revealing the inner workings of a mystic.
“Beyond enlightenment there is no experience at all, because the experiencer has disappeared. Enlightenment is not only the peak of experience, it is also the finest definition of your being. Beyond it, there is only nothingness.”