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Life of Osho Paperback – 1 Oct 1997
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11 December 1999
It appears the author has been deeply affected by his relationship with Osho and those who gathered around him. He describes with insight and wit his personal history of a time amidst the exotic trappings of a far off religeous commune in India and his meeting with the remarkable Osho. The human frailty of his doubts and his obvious enchantment of the whole process makes for an honest story which kept me fascinated throughout.
18 November 1999
This book is neither reactive nor propagandistic. What a relief after the ignorant and negative bias against Osho which predominates in the press,and the books of some lapsed disciples, which is polarised by the blindly positive bias of the books by most of his close disciples.
22 December 2001
An interesting insight into the life of Osho as seen through the eyes of 'Sam' ...The book left me feeling as heavy as a winter coat, but with some thought provoking moments and a deeper awareness into the life of Osho. Sometimes frustrating but a good read.
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Osho, the Enigma
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"Sam" gives us a close-up and personal firsthand account of this man called Osho that, most importantly for me, provides an explanation for the more controversial aspects of his behavior in the later years. There has always seemed to be a disconnect between Osho's talks, which have been a tremendous help and guide to me, and his excesses and the lawlessness of some of his followers in Oregon. This book gives a reasonable account of what Osho may have been trying to teach through those years. I highly recommend this book if you want to see both sides of the story.