The Rebirth Of Buddha : With DVD by Ryuho Okawa Believe in my voice. Awaken to my voice. Follow my lead. Chapter One: I Have Returned Come, Follow Me. What is the purpose of life, and the foundation of happiness. And is the pursuit of happiness really worth spending one s entire life for' These were the questions the Buddha sought, pursued and found answers for. In this fascinating and unique book Master Ryuho Okawa brings the message of the Buddha, on the core principles of Buddhism, back into our lives.
Issyoga : God Realization And Attainment Of Bliss by Mahatma Sushil Kumar I am not talking about religion rather I am talking about manifestation of your own divine power latent in you through subtle inner meditative process of ISSYOGA to make you free from tension and disease and to unite you with the eternal nectarine source of Peace, Bliss and the Absolute Supreme Reality for your salvation in this very body. This is well within your reach.
Tantra : The Way of Acceptance by Osho "Tantra says,accept whatever you are.You are a great mystery of many multidimensional energies.Accept it ,and move with every energy with deep sensitivity,with awareness,with love,with understanding. Move with it! Then this very world is divine, this very body is a temple-a holy temple, a holy place."Read More...Hide Pages: 144
Buddha : His Life And Teachings by Osho "Buddha's teachings is a way of life ,not a way of belief.His teaching is very scientific,very empirical,very practical.He is not a philosopher, not a metaphysician. He is a very down-to-earth man.Buddha says: You can change your life-beliefs are not needed.In fact,beliefs are the barriers to real change.Start with no belief,start with no metaphysics,start with no dogma.Start absolutely naked and nude,with no theology, no ideology.Start empty; That is only way to come to truth."Read More...Hide Pages: 144
The Wild Geese And The Water by Osho The Wild Geese and the Water may come as a shock to some people - to those who live their lives in accordance with the precepts and principles laid down centuries ago in the name of the so-called great religions. In his many answers to seekers and visitors alike in this book, Osho exposes the hypocrisies of all these establishments, and espouses instead a true religiousness, free of all doctrine and dogma, offering hope for a new humanity, and for the world's crushing problems. Illustrating his answers with many anecdotes of famous historical figures, and stories of everyday life combined with an outrageous wit, Osho guides us toward the path and practice of meditation, of living wholly in the present moment.
My Friend The Fanatic by Sadanand Dhume In October 2002, Sadanand Dhume found himself in a place most foreigners were trying to flee . Bali. Powerful explosions the previous night had ripped through two tourist nightclubs, killing more than 200 people. That evening he visited what remained of the Sari Club and stood amongst piles of ash, and blackened beer bottles, wondering about the future of a country long regarded as immune to such carnage.
My Friend the Fanatic is a portrait of Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, painted through the travels of a pair of unlikely protagonists. Dhume is a foreign correspondent, a Princeton-educated Indian atheist with a fondness for John Updike and an interest in economic development. His companion, Herry Nourdi, is a young Islamist who hero-worships Osama bin Laden.
Does Herry represent the future of Indonesia. By turns disturbing and funny, My Friend the Fanatic fulfills a deep hunger for knowledge about a fascinating land in a time of profound change.
Zen: Its History And Teachings by Osho Zen is not a religion, not a dogma, not a creed. Zen is not even a quest, an inquiry; it is non-philosophical. The fundamental of the Zen approach is that all is as it should be, nothing is missing. This very moment every thing is perfect."OSHO
Every Inch Of Her by Peter Sheridan The sisters at the Good Shepherd Convent in Dublin's North Wall don't quite know what to make of their newest refugee. Philo announces herself at their door one Sunday evening with the words, "God pointed me here." A large presence, weighing 240 pounds and bearing tattoos on her arm, Philo smokes, swears, and loves to eat. She is also a mother of five and in flight from her abusive husband, Tommo. In no time at all, Philo has made herself indispensable. At the senior Daycare Center, she gets the old folks talking to one another, singing old favorites, and playing bingo again. And with all the love she's got to give, it's only natural that she helps Cap and Dina two people at the Center long separated by a bitter feud come together again. By turns comical and tender, portrait of an unforgettable woman who touches everyone she meets.
Tantra:The Supreme Understanding by Osho Nothing much is known about Indian master Tilopa yet his mystical insight into Tantra in the form of a song passed on to his disciple Narepa, has lived on through the ages.
In this series of discourses Osho speaks on Tilopa's verses, which contain many significant meditation techniques that are still as helpful and powerful today as when Tilopa first sang his song.
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (A Dell Yearling Book)
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (A Dell Yearling Book) by Judy Blume
Living with his little brother, Fudge, makes Peter Hatcher feel like a fourth grade nothing.
Whether Fudge is throwing a temper tantrum in a shoe store, smearing smashed potatoes on walls at Hamburger Heaven, or scribbling all over Peter's homework, he's never far from trouble. He's a two-year-old terror who gets away with everything?and Peter's had enough.
When Fudge walks off with Dribble, Peter's pet turtle, it's the last straw. Peter has put up with Fudge too long. How can he get his parents to pay attention to him for a change?
Faking It by Amrita Chouwdhury
Finance expert, Tara Malhotra, forced to quit her job and follow her husband on a job promotion and transfer back from the States and hating every minute of it,decides to bring some excitement into her empty, high-society Mumbai life by indulging her taste for contemporary Indian art. Determined to setup an art gallery of her own she sets about acquiring the perfect trophy piece to set off her collection.
So when the charismatic Roy Jordan tells her about an exquisite, recently - stumbled-upon work by the legendary artist, Amrita Sher - Gil, she set sher heartand all her savings on acquiring it...
But the painting is not what it is trumped up to be. Faced with a depleted bank balance, a crumbling marriage, and the ignominy of being duped, Tara is determined to expose the man who swindled her And in the process stumbles head long into the unsavoury goings-on that dog the world of contemporary Indian art.
Songs of the Humpback Whale
Songs of the Humpback Whale by Jodi Picoult
Sometimes finding your own voice
is a matter of listening to the heart....
Jodi Picoult's powerful novel portrays an emotionally charged marriage that changes course in one explosive moment....For years, Jane Jones has lived in the shadow of her husband, renowned San Diego oceanographer Oliver Jones. But during an escalating argument, Jane turns on him with an alarming volatility. In anger and fear, Jane leaves with their teenage daughter, Rebecca, for a cross-country odyssey charted by letters from her brother Joley, guiding them to his Massachusetts apple farm, where surprising self-discoveries await. Now Oliver, an expert at tracking humpback whales across vast oceans, will search for his wife across a continent -- and find a new way to see the world, his family, and himself: through her eyes.