Osho refers to these ancient discourses as the most profound insights into nature - not tenets of a doctrine or philosophical treatises but existential insights. Of their originator, the famous 6th-century scholar Ko Hsuan, nothing is known except that he is an enlightened master of the caliber of Lao Tzu. Osho explains why Tao is called "the golden gate" - to indicate that God is not a person but an entrance, an opening that happens internally when the seeker is ready.
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Publisher : Rajneesh Foundation International
Number of pages : 300
First edition: March 1984 - 10,000 copies.
Size : 178 x 108 x 18 mm
Printed in U.S.A.