In this illuminating, inspiring book, the spiritual leader Osho immerses himself in the verses of the "Japji Sahib," providing a magisterial interpretation of one of the founding texts of Sikhism. In the vein of Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith, Osho maintains that all of the names for the divine--God, Allah, Ram, Krishna, etc.--are merely human inventions. He argues that the true and only name for the divine is the sound "Om." This profound meditation into the nature of the divine is an enlightening experience both for adherents to Osho's teaching as well as readers who are interested in exploring spirituality further.
Osho was an Indian mystic and guru and one of the best-known and most provocative spiritual teachers of modern times. He is the author of "The ABC of Enlightenment," "Inner War and Peace," and "Tao: The Pathless Path."