In The Art of Dying, Osho talks about how to live a rewarding life so that every individual can experience and accept death as a completion of a life well lived. He explains that fear of death exists only when there are regrets.
When life is lived consciously and to the full, death is not a catastrophe, but a joyous climax. Osho, through Hasidism, reveals that each exhalation is a small death; each inhalation, a rebirth. Through this book, we understand that the Hasidic way is a life of color, music and inner transformative experience. Osho brings this to the contemporary world in a fresh and relevant way.
A comprehensive and captivating read, The Art of Dying carefully explains that death is not an event, but a process, one that begins with birth.
Perceptive and knowledgeable, Osho also helps us understand that our fear of death is based on a misunderstanding of its nature; it is only an illusion.
|Title||The Art of Dying||Height|
|Publisher||Jaico Publishing House||Pages||292|