In The Secret, Osho introduces us to the world of love, and initiates us into the ways of love.
The context is the world of the Sufis – a spiritual tradition known to many through the Persian poet and mystic Rumi.
Sufis talk about two kinds of love. One they call the ordinary love, lukewarm, momentary, partial. One moment it is there, another moment it is gone. It has no depth, no intensity. You call it passion, but it is not passionate. It is not such a flame which can burn you. You don't become aflame with it; it remains something under your control. You don't become possessed by it; you don't lose yourself in it. You remain in control. The other kind of love, the real love, the authentic love, the love with total intensity – one is lost in it.
That world of love becomes an open secret when Osho unlocks the inner wisdom of colorful Sufi stories and parables. He illustrates many points with jokes, as he responds to the Sufi stories as well as to listeners’ questions about everyday experiences – including love, education, knowledge and wisdom, doubt and trust, freedom and responsibility, sex and death.
An Introduction to the World of Love
Find Out Who You Are
Wisdom Is Your Nature
Condemning Sex Is Condemning Life Itself
The Story with Two Meanings
Trust Is a State of Your Being
Meaning Is in Life, Not in Words
A New Phase of Humanity
Truth Is Eternal
A New Vision, a New Religion
Discover Your Real Self
The Experience of Mysticism
Truth Needs No Proof
Rebellion Through Understanding
A Story of Trust
The Future Is Very Bright
Let Go into Your Own Being
The Ultimate Facts of Life
No-Self: A Silent Nothingness
Osho Talks - from original recordings of live events with Osho and his audience of seekers and friends from around the world. Recorded at the Osho International Meditation Resort, Pune, India.