: Creativity: Unleashing the Forces Within by Osho: by Osho: Books. As Osho points out in the foreward to this book, historically, the creative person has been all but forced to rebel against the nowadays, the situation. From one of the greatest spiritual leaders of the twentieth century, Creativity: Unleashing the Forces Within will inspire you to nurture your inner.
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But nowadays, the situation has dramatically changed. In today’s world, the ability to respond creatively to new challenges is demanded of everybody, from corporate CEOs to “soccer moms. Making a switch from imitative and rule-bound behavior to creative innovation and flexibility requires a profound change in our attitudes about ourselves and our capabilities.
Creativity is a handbook for those who understand the need to bring more creativity, playfulness, and flexibility to their lives. It’s a manual for thinking “outside the box”-and learning to live there as well. Paperbackpages. Osho Insights for a new way of living. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Creativityplease sign up. See all 3 questions about Creativity…. Lists with This Book.
Mar 10, Caroline rated it really liked it Shelves: How can you become a hollow bamboo? If you are too full of the mind, you cannot become a hollow bamboo. And creativity is from the creator, creativity is not of you or from you.
Creativity: Unleashing the Forces Within by Osho
You disappear, then creativity is–when the creator takes possession of Good quotes: You disappear, then creativity is–when the creator creafivity possession of you.
Sep 13, Yogesh Raut rated it it was amazing. Osho’s every book is unique as a man himself. This book is for everyone actually his all books are for everyone.
Creativity, life itself is a great creativity but it is spoiled by many things especially mind creayivity is full thoughts. In this struggle we lose our identity as an individual.
Our ceeativity “Self” is somewhat burried under so many things Osho’s every book is unique as a man himself. If you agree with me on the statement above then you must read this book to leave life full of creativity. If you dont want to be bored then must read this book.
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If you want to remove monotony in the life then must read this book. Mar 07, Ana rated it did not like it Shelves: I haven’t read such a well written pile of shit since. This might as well be top 5 worst works I have laid my eyes on. Personally, I stay oshho from books that try to teach you about how you should approach a subject, or the ones that give you advice or pretend like they do, at least. I don’t believe they could actually teach me the thing that they are preaching.
I learn by personal experience and personal observations.
I listen carefully to what others have to say about a situatio I haven’t read such a well written pile of shit since. I listen carefully to what others have to say about a situation, then when confronted with that situation, I try to handle it as best as I figure, in my own way.
This must be the worst preacher ever. Or maybe it’s a strategy to constantly repeat the same sentence in different forms. Maybe OSHO was trying to hypnotize me. What do you know, it didn’t work. I’m not impressed at all.
I can’t understand what other people draw from it. How you can learn something from it. I don’t see it. View all 3 comments. Sep 26, Shikha rawal rated it it was amazing. One of the only books that actually gave me a new way of looking at things, a profound meaning, something that i was so not aware about Can read this book a million times and still will discover new things everytime i read it. Strongly recommended to all. Teachings of Osho are really profound and meaningful for those who can resonate the same.
Nov 08, Lucian Llgg rated it really liked it. Best book i’ve ever read. Changes your thinking and the way you approach life. Aug 26, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: I came across this in a second-hand store and I found it just when I needed it.
Totally changed my life and gave me courage in my creativity. Not everything is easy to accept, of course, but now I feel more secure in my endeavours. Oct 08, Judy Croome rated it it was amazing.
This book pulls no punches when it forces you to understand what true creativity is: I was reminded that each and every one of us comes into this world with a specific destiny; the Divine has a task for us and, whether that task in my case, writing my novels is recognised by the collective is less important than whether I love what I do for the sake of doing it.
And my creative forces have truly been unleashed with the simple wisdom contained in this volume.
Jan 30, Gary Smith rated it it was ok. This book was an intense read. I went through it slowly as it provoked thoughts that took time to grapple with. After having finished it I have to say there were some good points but much I disagreed with. Osho’s assessment of creativity and human nature differ greatly from my perspective, and perhaps that was the most difficult thing to cope with while reading.
I feel I was very honest and fair with a two -star review on this one. Oct 06, Kelly Murray rated it it was amazing Shelves: Osho always sheds a new light. People in any form of creative industry would gain a lot from reading this.
Some parts may hurt the ego to read, but it’s for the best. Apr 30, Bella rated it it was amazing Shelves: There is a difference between action and activity. Action is spontaneous, activity is hhe.
Osho has made it clear what creativity actually means. I like what he tells about critics Critics are not creative. If you are an Olympic runner, critics are someone who stands in crowd and throw stones at you while running.
The best way to know something is to participate in it, to ozho in it. What an insight given by OSHO. Jul 06, Allison rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book had been sitting on a shelf in my apartment for months before I picked it up it belongs to my roommate. There was definitely a bit of serendipity in the timing of when I finally cracked it open, as I’ve been grappling with questions about meaning and purpose recently.
Aside yhe Osho’s distaste for Picasso, I loved the book. Almost every page had something on it that I wanted to pause and think about.
It felt like Osho was speaking to me directly, answering my questions from the grea This book had been sitting on a shelf in my apartment for months before I picked it up it belongs to my roommate. It felt like Osho was speaking to me directly, answering my questions from the great beyond. May 26, Sandeep Saroha rated it liked it Recommends it for: Osho is of course the best spiritual master so far, as far as modern world is concerned.
Jul 18, Katkoc rated it really liked it Wiithin Osho ima serijo knjig in sklepam, da so vse napisane v podobnem stilu. Vsako stvar delaj s srcem in uzivaj pri tem.