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When the Shoe Fits: Commentaries on the Stories of the Taoist Mystic, Chuang Tzu

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This is one of Osho's "classics" although previously little known. He brings his unique perception to the world of Tao, and offers his penetrating and illuminating comments on these original sutras - the wonderful stories of the Taoist mystic, Chuang Tzu. As always, his inspirational anecdotes and stories illustrate the points he makes - about the spiritual search, love, a ...more
Hardcover, 311 pages
Published April 28th 1997 by Rebel Publishing House Private, Limited, the
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Sanjay Gautam



This is not a book, it is a sacred text.
Great master take on from other great master and go beyond him.
I am not sure if I will be able to express my joy, that this sacred text had helped me to rediscover something that I had but forgot.
It is the work that has came from very ordinary human existence, but is certainly beyond any other work human existence has ever known. It surpasses the most intellectual of all understanding. It is so ordinary that one may overlook it.
It contains the wisdom of al
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So Hakim
Commentaries on 10 parables of The Chuang Tzu; one of the important books in Taoism. Refreshing and enlightening. I don't necessarily subscribe to all the author said, however, he does very good job in expounding the philosophy. Recommended as companion reading to Taoism.
Susie
I found it a little difficult to read, and didn't always agree with Osho's interpretations, but there is much to gain from sorting through it for those jewels of wisdom you can apply to life. I would recommend it to others. Just don't try to rush through it.
Andy Lawless
Timely material for that period of my life when I read it. Osho insight and commentaries are informative, interesting and humorous.
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unreal... and very real!
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One of the most provocative and inspiring spiritual teachers of the twentieth century, Osho defies categorization - reflecting everything from the individual quest for meaning to the most urgent social and political issues facing society today. His books are not written but are transcribed from recordings of extemporaneous talks given over a period of thirty-five years. Osho has been described by ...more
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