Y is for You Are Not Who You Think I Am

Shadow-buster, "Y is for You Are Not Who You Think I Am" by Osho Rose, shows how to deal with negative people's projections to set you free. Spiritual seekers love humanity but can hate people. How can we actually love people instead of offering them a hesitant half-smile? Love, in spite of shadows and projections, is possible with awareness, even during a social attack. Be the cosmos you are! More

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About Prem Geet

Prem Geet has taught meditation, free form dance, and numerous healing modalities to groups over 25 years. Prem has enjoyed the privilege of learning from notable healers and spending time at the feet of the world's most amazing mystics including Richard Moss, MD, Bodhisattva Swami Anand Arun, Sri Karunamayi, Swami Satya Vedant (Dr. Vasant Joshi), Ron Hall, Rubens Faria, Leonard Orr , and others, with extended group trainings, intensives, and meditation practices.

Prem Geet is an avid researcher of spirituality, world religions, and over 600 books of Osho discourses and 300 of his meditations. Appling Osho impressions to every aspect of modern life, writing of "practical spirituality," love, money, business, history, sex, consciousness, courage, and transpersonal change, these intriguing eassys and diaries of cultural and spiritual adventures all over the world shed a new light on the necessity for global peace and a new humanity.

Learn more about Enlightened Mystic Osho's meditations, discourses and what is called his finest therapy for the modern psyche "Mystic Rose Therapy." You can heal suppressed grief and the impossible challenges of life in this radical 21-day meditation by Osho himself. You will be amazed. Osho says, "Discover vast inner treasures."

Favorite Osho words: "Be realistic. Plan for a miracle."

Best advice: "Drop the past, drop your mind and be kind to your mind until you don't have one."

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