First in the Morning

First in the Morning: Every morning you probably begin your day by looking at the news and checking your emails — and you will probably agree that this is not the most inspirational start to the day. First in the Morning is Osho talking on a variety of subjects specially selected for the morning. It gives you a different option for your morning routine, a taste of meditation that can carry you through the day.Simply begin each morning by finding a moment to sit quietly, be with yourself, and read the suggested passage. The extracts here, and in the companion volume Last in the Evening, are taken from intimate one-on-one talks with Osho, and he suggested this compilation of his insights on a variety of subjects that include the nature of bliss, joy, and meditation.Whether you are familiar with meditation or a newcomer to the inner world, these two invaluable books, separately or together, can make a real difference to how you approach each day, and your life.
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