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Born with a Question Mark in Your Heart

Provocations into Consciousness
By: OSHO
Narrated by: OSHO
Length: 22 hrs and 51 mins
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Born with a Question Mark in Your Heart continues the Authentic Living series by Osho with talks by the contemporary mystic during his stay in the United States. Osho says: "It is fortunate that man is born with a question mark, otherwise he would be just another species of animal."

"Questions are there - man is born with questions, with a big question mark in his heart - and it is good."

These questions are driving human exploration to find out who we actually are. No ready-made answer given by priests, politicians, teachers, or parents can find the answer. This series of talks supports a radical questioning of traditional belief systems in religious, political, and social dimensions. Here Osho encourages listeners to ask questions that are immediate and existentially significant - not borrowed or intellectual questions, but questions with an existential significance. Born with a Question Mark in Your Heart promotes personal transformation through experience and spirituality without organized religion.

Other titles in the Authentic Living series: Danger: Truth at Work; The Magic of Self-Respect; The Beauty of the Human Soul

Chapter Titles:

  • Chapter 1: Man Is Born With a Question Mark in His Heart
  • Chapter 2: To Define Is to Confine - Existence Has No Boundaries
  • Chapter 3: Beware! I Am Here to Destroy Your Dreams
  • Chapter 4: Jealousy: Society's Device to Divide and Rule
  • Chapter 5: The Odyssey of Aloneness
  • Chapter 6: Anxiety or Anguish?
  • Chapter 7: The Enlightened Fragrance of Revolution
  • Chapter 8: A Womb for Transformation
  • Chapter 9: A Conspiracy of the Priests to Manipulate Your Mind
  • Chapter 10: An Outsider, Just a Guest

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  • Wesner Bazin Jr.
  • 09-07-19

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This book and all Osho's work are for people who can have an open mind and curiosity. This book is for seekers, wonderers. If you are born with a ? mark in your heart, I think you will enjoy it best. The story is universal and it is ultimately about the struggle of living a human life in any time. In weaves in the past, present and dare I say the future since this recording could have been made decades ago but it has relevance to today, the human story is timeless. I can close my eyes and I get lost in the moment with the audience laughing along and thinking what they are thinking while being present with them in the moment. If you are at a crossroads, a fork in the road, or just wonder where you've gone wrong, really listen, open your heart and it will bring you joy. We need to slow down moe and enjoy every moment. It has brought me many moments of joy, laughter, and wonder. Cheaper than a bad movie and overpriced popcorn.. Enjoy,