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Fate Of An Astrologer - Greek Parables By Osho

Fate Of An Astrologer

I have heard an ancient story, it happened in Greece. A great astrologer, the most famous of those days, fell into a well. Because...
The More I Ponder - Greek Parables By Osho

The More I Ponder

In fact, the real Self never becomes absolutely known; it remains mysterious, it remains ineffable, indefinable. The real Self is so vast that you...
Real Freedom - Greek Parables By Osho

Real Freedom

I have heard…. Once Diogenes was caught by a few people, robbers. Diogenes was a very healthy mystic. In the West, he seems to be...
I’m Alright So Far - Greek Parable By Osho

I’m Alright So Far!!

Once there was a great king who asked his magician to find him a courageous man for a dangerous mission. After a long search,...
Procrustes And The Law Of Average - Greek Story by Osho

Procrustes And The Law Of Average

In Greece there is the story of Procrustes. He was an emperor. He was a very terrible emperor. He had his own custom. Procrustes...

King Pyrrhus of Epirus

King Pyrrhus of Epirus was approached by his friend Cyneas and asked, If you conquer Rome, what will you do next, sir? Pyrrhus replied, Sicily is next door and will be easy to take. And what shall we do after Sicily is taken? Then we will...
Diogenes and the King – Spiritual Story By Osho

Diogenes and the King

Diogenes lived naked, and he was a strong man. Four people who were hijacking people and selling them as slaves in the market thought, "This is a great catch, this man can bring us a lot of money. We have sold many slaves, but none of them were so strong, so beautiful, so young. We can get as high a price as we demand; and there is going to be a great competition in the marketplace when we put this man on the pedestal for sale. But, four are not enough to catch him..."