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Intelligence: The Creative Response to Now (Osho Insights for a New Way of Living)

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Title:Intelligence: The Creative Response to Now (Osho Insights for a New Way of Living)

ISBN:9780312320720

Author:Osho

Publisher:St. Martin's Griffin

Publish Year:2004

Edition:First Edition

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Spirituality / Spiritual | Osho

Language:English

Pages:194

Size:137 x 210 mm

Weight(gms):180

Price:USD 6.35

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  • In this book, Osho challenges the common conception that the best way to promote intelligence is to train the intellect. Intellect is logical, he says; intelligence is paradoxical. Intellect takes things apart to see how they work; intelligence puts things together to see the functioning of the whole. Osho posits that when our education systems put too much emphasis on developing intellect, an imbalance is created and both the individual and the society suffer. It is only through intelligence that we can respond creatively to the challenges of a changing world.

    The Insights for a New Way of Living series aims to shine light on beliefs and attitudes that prevent individuals from being their true selves. The text is an artful mix of compassion and humor, and readers are encouraged to confront what they would most like to avoid, which in turn provides the key to true insight and power.

    By exploring the distinction between intellect and intelligence, Intelligence encourages readers to be more aware of how they approach problems---logical, emotional, and practical---and how they solve them.

     

    Osho

    Osho, known for his revolutionary contribution to the science of inner transformation, continues to inspire millions of people worldwide in their search to define a new approach to individual spirituality that is self-directed and responsive to the everyday challenges of contemporary life. The Sunday Times of London named him one of the '1,000 Makers of the Twentieth Century,' and novelist Tom Robbins called him 'the most dangerous man since Jesus Christ.
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