Great sercret: Talke on songs of kabir


Title: The Great Secret

Author: Ashu

Translator: Ravan Kahriz

Publisher: Forbidden

Subject: Forbidden

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 235 p

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book Great sercret: Talke on songs of kabir by Ashu
Rajnish Chandra Mohan Jain, nicknamed “Osho”, is an Indian mystic and esoteric master who lived between 1931 and 1990. Ashu graduated with a master’s degree in philosophy from Sugar University and taught philosophy at Jabalpour University for several years. Since 1963, he has traveled throughout India to deliver sermons on the spiritual and spiritual realms. Ashu founded his commune in Pune, India in 1974, which was especially well received by Western spiritual pilgrims.

Ashu moved to the United States in 1981 for treatment, where he resided for five years. His followers are known as Sanyasins. Within four months, they bought the foothills of Oregon and built a city known as Rajnish Puram. After the establishment of this center, a lot of attention was paid to Ashu and his teachings all over the United States, but at the same time, some people considered him a degenerate, corrupt and moral questioner, and this created problems for him. One of the consequences of this opposition was the US government’s legal treatment of Ashu in 1986, when he was arrested and prosecuted for violating US immigration law. Following these events, Ashu was forced to leave the United States and return to India, where he died on January 19, 1990.
Ashu’s first spiritual principle is the principle of love, Ashu has lectured on abundant love and has left independent books on love and affection. Some of Ashu’s sentences about love – which are mentioned in the book “The Great Secret”, the most important book translated by Ashu into Persian – are: “Love is the infinite esoteric desire for union with the whole,” “Wow!” How beautiful is love “,” A lover makes a love “,” A lover cannot be asked why you have fallen in love! The lover opens his eyes once and finds himself in love “,” Love can be found, not knitted “,” Love is not questionable, wow! How beautiful is love “,” Love is dancing around candles and love is the dance of butterflies, love is the dance of life “,” Love is ecstasy and is joy and is love “.

Criticism of Ashu Great sercret: Talke on songs of kabir
Ashu is one of the claimants of spirituality in the contemporary period. He was born on December 11, 1931, in the village of Kuchwada in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, and died on January 19, 1990 at the age of 58 in Pune, Maharashtra, India.

One of the strange customs chosen by the leaders of the new religions is the constant selection and change of their names. Ashu did not exclude himself from this rule. She was renamed “Acharya Rajneesh” in 1960, “Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh” from 1970 to 1980, and “Ashu” in 1989. Her real name is Chandra Mohan Jain.

The word “ashu”, as Ashu himself says, is derived from the term “oceanic” meaning “dissolved in the ocean”, which was first used by the great American psychologist William James. “Bagwan Sherry Rajnish” is another of his letters. “Baguan” means lord and master, “Shri”, meaning close and holy, which is his title and “Rajnish”, is also his father’s name.
A psychological study of Ashu’s past reveals why he claimed a new kind of spirituality. Ashu’s parents left him with his grandfather as a child, and he lived with them until he was seven years old and learned his first impressions from his grandfather. In 1938, at the age of seven, he lost his grandfather. The sick old man, riding in a carriage, rested his head on his grandson’s feet and walked a long way to the nearest doctor nearby. This incident had a profound effect on his life and prompted his inner determination to discover the secret of eternity and immortality. Ashu himself admits that he learned a lot from this incident !! “I learned a lot from the silence of that moment and a new world opened up before my eyes,” he says.

Fourteen years after this incident, in 1952, at the age of 21, he claimed to have attained enlightenment and enlightenment: “For many years, I struggled and did whatever was necessary. But I did not get what I wanted, and what I expected did not happen. In fact, much effort was an obstacle to achieving the goal, but the moment had come when the exploration had to be abandoned, and on that day the exploration stopped, and when that happened, a new force was created. A force that boils and rises from nowhere and everywhere. “That energy was in the trees, the rocks, the sky, the sun and the air, whereas before I thought it was miles away from me.”

Ashu graduated in philosophy on March 21, 1953, and in 1957 taught philosophy at the University of Sanskrit in Reportor for six years at Jabalpur University in India. After many conversations with leaders of different religions throughout India, and more than 35 years of lectures on man, meditation, puberty, mystery, love and silence, he finally on April 14, 1970, invented and presented his unique meditation techniques as He introduced a new mysticism and spirituality called “dynamic meditation”.
Ashu founded an association in Pune, India in 1974, to which many people from all over the world soon flocked to meditate and meet him. Ashu International Association is still one of the meditation centers in India and welcomes thousands of people from all over the world.

One of the most important events and secrets of Ashu’s life is his immigration to the United States in 1981. The initial reason for his trip was treatment, but he remained there because of the acceptance of his teachings. Four months later, Ashu’s followers bought a place in the US state of Oregon and built a city called Ranjish Puram. His popularity in the United States increased when he was suddenly expelled from the United States in 1985. His followers, however, believe that Ashu was expelled for questioning the values ​​of American society; But some, citing documents from the US State Department – also endorsed by the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs – claim that Ashu was deported from the United States for moral corruption and was finally arrested on October 28, 1985, along with several of his associates. He was detained for 12 days.

Ashu was then deported from several countries or even denied entry visas. Therefore, on July 29 of the same year, he was forced to find no other way but to stay in his homeland, India.

The character of Ashu is the author of the great secret
Although Ashu was associated with many secret sects, he was influenced only by three people, Maga Baba, Pagal Baba and Masta Baba.

As his words show, he had a very arrogant and proud personality. Somewhere he calls himself the master of masters and the mentor of mentors. In other words, he implicitly considers himself even higher than Christ: “It is difficult to find me behind this long line of work, I am just enough. Just as it was enough when it was Christ. When you are with me, the mentor is enough and basically you are with me. “I do not need to mediate Christ or Buddha or anyone else.”

Like Moses, he also issued “Ten Disobedients” which shows his influence on Judaism.

God; According to Ashu, “God is not one person. It is only an experience that transforms the whole universe into a phenomenon. He is not alone. He lives with me! With a life that has a beat. “The moment you discover that your heart beats, you have discovered God.” “I tell you, forget God,” he says. Forget the truth. “I tell you, seek only love.” Hence, he interprets any prayer, contrary to the divine religions, outside the category of religion: “Prayer is a poetic connection with existence. “It has nothing to do with your particular religion.”

Guidance and misguidance; In Ashu’s view, the conflict between God and Satan for the guidance and misguidance of man will not lead anywhere. “Satan has no power to mislead you,” he says. “God does not have the power to guide you.”
Love and sex; Love is one of the most central teachings of Ashu. But he considers it possible to achieve love through the opposite sex. The most important tools for promoting prostitution and adultery among the followers of the newly established schools are mass adultery meetings called sacred prostitution. According to Ashu, “Sex is the greatest art of meditation, and love is born of sexual intercourse.” Ashu insists that it is the bond of love and sexuality that will be the transcendent: “Sexual bondage makes sense when it is associated with love; when sexual bondage is tied to love, it flows higher and higher.” Hence Ashu is known as the “sex teacher” in India.

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