Cierra los ojos y lánzate: Escucha el sonido de tu verdad [NOOK Book]

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El mundo exterior es inseguro e inestable, y son muchas las tribulaciones que nos causa. Para dar con nuestro camino, Osho nos propone que hagamos oídos sordos a los mensajes engañosos que nos llegan del exterior y aprendamos a escuchar la verdad que reside en el interior de cada uno de nosotros, pues cada ser humano nace con la verdad en su interior, pero los azares de la vida hacen que la olvidemos. Con su amena maestría, Osho nos enseña a desdeñar las distracciones terrenales y a reconocer la voz sincera de ...
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Cierra los ojos y lánzate: Escucha el sonido de tu verdad

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Overview

El mundo exterior es inseguro e inestable, y son muchas las tribulaciones que nos causa. Para dar con nuestro camino, Osho nos propone que hagamos oídos sordos a los mensajes engañosos que nos llegan del exterior y aprendamos a escuchar la verdad que reside en el interior de cada uno de nosotros, pues cada ser humano nace con la verdad en su interior, pero los azares de la vida hacen que la olvidemos. Con su amena maestría, Osho nos enseña a desdeñar las distracciones terrenales y a reconocer la voz sincera de nuestra conciencia.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788499089638
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
  • Publication date: 9/17/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: CLAVE
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 350 KB

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La obra de Osho invita a los lectores a examinar y liberarse de los condicionantes, los sistemas de creencias y los prejuicios que limitan su capacidad de experimentar la vida en toda su plenitud. Osho, uno de los místicos más conocidos y provocadores del siglo XX, ha sido definido por el Sunday Times de Londres como "uno de los mil hacedores del siglo veinte" y por el novelista americano Tom Robins como "el hombre más peligroso desde Jesucristo". Más de una década después de su muerte en 1990, la influencia de sus enseñanzas continúa creciendo y llega hasta gente con inquietudes de todas las edades en prácticamente todos los países del mundo.
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