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The Power of Yes - political revolutions don’t change anything only an individual spiritual metamorphosis changes your consciousness your silence your being - cover

The Power of Yes - political revolutions don’t change anything only an individual spiritual metamorphosis changes your consciousness your silence your being

Osho

Publisher: Osho Media International

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Political revolutions have never resulted in the changes they promised. Real change can according to Osho only come from a personal rebellion, a rebellion based on "yes" -- yes to existence, yes to nature, yes to yourself. Humanity has been guided by traditions which are all life-negative – the results of endless wars, a planet in danger and a humanity losing direction are obvious results of these traditions. Only a total affirmation of life, in an absolute yes to nature can bring a new earth and a totally new humanity into being.“Rebellion is a very silent, individual phenomenon that will go on spreading without making any noise and without leaving any footprints behind. It will move from heart to heart in deep silences.”

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