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Miracle Of Trust - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Miracle Of Trust

In Tibet, there is a beautiful story about Marpa. It may not be factual, but it is tremendously significant. I don’t care much about facts....
The Story Of Ruru - Buddhist Zen Story

The Story Of Ruru

Long ago, the Bodhisattva was born as a golden deer named Ruru. No other deer was as lovely as him. His golden body shone...
The Begging Monks - Buddhist Zen Story

The Begging Monks

A group of hermits who went around seeking aims were once subjected to greed, and thought, “Why do we need to work hard at...
The Story Of Mahabodhi - Buddhist Zen Story

The Story Of Mahabodhi

Mahabodhi, the wise scholar, was a reincarnation of the Bodhisattva. He became an advisor to the king, who treated him with great respect. Seeing...
The Power Of Devotion - Buddhist Zen Story

The Power Of Devotion

Once upon a time, the Bodhisattva was born as a Kinnara or celestial musician. During summers, he would come down to the plains on...
The Value Of Forbearance -Buddhist Zen Story

The Value Of Forbearance

The sentries of King Kalabu reported to the King that his queen was in the company of an ascetic. Hearing this, the King flew...
Conquering Anger - Buddhist Zen Story

Conquering Anger

Once Bodhisattva, the Enlightened Being, was born into a highly educated family. When he reached his youth, he decided to renounce all worldly pleasures...
A Prostitute And A Saint - Hindu Story By Osho

A Prostitute And A Saint

It happened: Vivekananda, before he went to America and became a world-famous figure, stayed in Jaipur Maharaja’s palace. The Maharaja was a lover of...
Ten Bulls Of Zen - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Ten Bulls Of Zen

There is an ancient story, the famous Zen story, The Ten Bulls of Zen. It is a pictorial story with ten picture cards, each...
Mulla Nasruddin’s Clothes - Sufi Story By Osho

Mulla Nasruddin’s Clothes

Suppression binds, it does not liberate. Try to suppress something and you find yourself bound hand and foot to it. One evening, as Mulla Nasruddin...