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Tantra Vision: The Door to Nirvana by Osho
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Tantra Vision: The Door to Nirvana

by Osho

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This is one of 4 books in the "Tantra Vision" series. The primary theme discussed by Osho in "The Door to Nirvana" is liberation (nirvana).

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"Man is a ladder. The first rung is sex and the seventh rung is sahasrar-samadhi. The first rung joins you with samsara, the world, and the seventh rung joins you with nirvana, the beyond. With the first rung, you move in a vicious circle of birth and death again and again; it is repetitive. With the seventh rung, you go beyond birth and death. Life eternal is yours, the Kingdom of God". ~ Osho.

The other three books in the series are "The Secret of the Inner Experiences", "Beyond the Barriers of Wisdom", and "An Invitation to Silence".
  Saraswati_Library | May 20, 2010 |
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