The Book of Secrets: 112 Meditations to Discover the Mystery Within

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The principles and practices of Tantra are revealed by one of the greatest spiritual teachers of the twentieth century in The Book of Secrets: 112 Meditations to Discover the Mystery Within.

In this comprehensive and practical guide, the secrets of the ancient science of Tantra become available to a contemporary audience. Confined to small, hidden mystery schools for centuries, and often misunderstood and misinterpreted today. Tantra is not just a collection of techniques to enhance sexual experience. As Osho shows in these pages, it is a complete science of self-realization, based on the cumulative wisdom of centuries of exploration into the meaning of life and consciousness. Tantra―the very word means “technique”―is a set of powerful, transformative tools that can be used to bring new meaning and joy to every aspect of our daily lives.

Osho challenges readers to examine and break free of the conditioned belief systems and prejudices that limit their capacity to enjoy life in all its richness. He has been described by the Sunday Times of London as one of the “1000 Makers of the 20th Century” and by Sunday Mid-Day (India) as one of the ten people―along with Gandhi, Nehru, and Buddha―who have changed the destiny of India. Since his death in 1990, the influence of his teachings continues to expand, reaching seekers of all ages in virtually every country of the world.

Product Details

  • Hardcover: 1328 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin; Revised edition (September 14, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9780312650605
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312650605
  • ASIN: 0312650604
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 2.5 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds

Customer Reviews

what book would you recommend? " There was a question on Quora that …

63 people found this helpful
 on February 11, 2017
By swami
“If you are allowed to read only 1 book in your entire life, what book would you recommend?” There was a question on Quora that got me thinking… the answer really depends on what you expect to get out of it. Most books mentioned in the Quora thread were trying to provide general truths or expose beliefs, some entertainment, some knowledge, some – help you in this aspect or the other. Also, consider that the person who is making the choice has read at least a couple hundred books in their lifetime…but imagine if you haven’t? Would you REALLY choose Agatha Christie or Sophie Kinsella? What do you really want out of your life? some basic job/entertainment ratio? Riches? Easy life with no drama? or, vice versa, big drama? imagine yourself BEFORE all those books you’ve read and all that wisdom you acquired…. what would you really want out of your life? How would you want to live it? This is just my perspective, and my ultimate wish in this life is liberation, thus the only book that I would want to read should be written by an enlightened master who has reached that state of being (ultimate liberation) already. The original text should be without edits (e.g.

In the world we win and lose but in eternity neither matter

15 people found this helpful
 on December 10, 2017
By Amazon Customer
OSHO is simply amazing in how he brings up different stories and explains the techniques in different ways thru-out the book. Its a very long book and it was only 1 time he repeated himself regarding stories. Took me a while to read the whole book but it was well worth it and by the end I had become so deep and the vision keeps getting clearer the more techniques you find out. Even one of the last ones was the most powerful one for me. All are not suited for everyone but some are just on point and hits the spot in the understanding. Thank you OSHO. You are a master that helps people find their own inner master 🙂 Words cannot show the truth but they can point and OSHOs maps to the inner silence are worth spending time on. Because really, time cannot be bought, but eternal bliss can be found. It’s always there waiting for us to connect to it. It is who we are, everyThing else is just temporary and a play. In the world we win and lose but in eternity neither matter. It is not matter 😉 It just is… bliss Bless

This book will blow your mind

13 people found this helpful
 on January 2, 2018
By nobody
Not an easy read, but if you are patient, and read it slowly, you will find yourself transform, and one day “find” yourself awakened. Even before that happens, the traditions and reasoning in this book will blow your mind.

or an easy one. This book is more like a reference …

23 people found this helpful
 on June 18, 2015
By Joseph Schofield
This book is not a quick read, or an easy one. This book is more like a reference book, but has more to it. You must read this book slowly and with a great deal of considerable thought. Practice the exercises. This is a book that has to be digested, thought about, talked about and internalized the message. I have read many books on yoga, meditation, kulundi, charkas and eastern philosophy. Osho writes in a way that is very clear, and easy to understand some of these difficult topics. He is very controversial, however after reading only a few chapters so far, I believe he is right on with his message.

Best Book

9 people found this helpful
 on March 19, 2016
By emrm
Wonderful book. One of the top I have ever read. I sometimes think of it as the Eastern ‘Course in Miracles’, for me. Very easy to read, full of insight and guidance for those seeking their inner selves. This book gets you direct contact with a true Master. Very long, but should be taken in doses anyway so you can try the techniques and process the concept which are very deep. I’m sure I will read it again.

Can’t help but read this with a smile on my face

17 people found this helpful
 on February 6, 2013
By PositiveLogic
For anyone seeking a path that brings out brings out the best in you, this is a book I can’t recommend more highly. It doesn’t matter what your belief system is. In fact, I recommend leaving your belief system at the door and simply view the practices taught in this book as tested systems for self-improvement. If you’re like me you’ll dwell in a place of maximum resourcefulness and increasing favorable “coincidences.”

Great stories from different traditions

3 people found this helpful
 on December 30, 2017
By hichamessadki
It is a big book. So many techniques that one should try for at least 3 months each seriously to define whether it is the one. The importance of being initiated seems to be of prime importance. Great stories from different traditions! I recommend reading it slowly to be able to digest and reflect on the content…

Best Yet on Subject !

40 people found this helpful
 on February 20, 2015
By reed savvy
I’ve been hanging out with this book for more than 10 years now. Along with Krishnamurti and Erhart Tolle and a few other writers I’ve found all of theses people say the same thing, and that is, you are not your thoughts or emotions and to see reality, which is”what is” you need to be out of the picture all-together. What you think filters what is really going on. Your really seeing a distorted version of “what is really happening” by your memory or past experiences so you interpreting the now from the past. So how can you live an honest real life if its all an illusion of your mind. Well theses Guys talk about it as best anyone can that Ive found yet. At 70 years old I finally am able to maintain a pretty good balance of “now” and illusion. I’m not completely free of my mind aberrations but through practice I’m getting closer. Although they all say Its a instantaneous all at once experience, not gradual, I’ve found you need to read about it first so you have a example of what to look for then by understanding this information you are able to identify the unknown territory a little better. We all can reach so called Enlightenment, it not really a big deal.