OSHO Transformation Tarot 60 Illustrated Cards and Book for Insight and Renewal

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  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/17/2015
  • Publisher: Osho Media International

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This boxed deck includes a 192-page book and 60 color illustrated tarot cards. The Osho Transformation Tarot contains parables and teaching stories from the world’s greatest wisdom traditions – including Zen, Buddhism, Sufism, Tantra, Tao, and Christian and Jewish mysticism. This book, and the accompanying 60 beautiful cards illustrating the stories, help the reader toward a better understanding of their true feelings and insights about a given situation. Examples include: • Compassion – Jesus overturns the tables of the money-changers and teaches us about the qualities of true compassion. • That Which Never Dies – A little-known story from the life of Buddha, and how he answers a plea from a grieving mother to bring her child back to life. • Imitation – an uncompromising Zen parable about the importance of honoring and developing one’s own unique individuality. • Work – A Sufi story advises, “Trust in Allah … but tether your camel first!” The book includes suggestions for a variety of simple card readings. Osho’s insights offer the reader new dimensions of understanding and transformation. The Osho Transformation Tarot can be used in a number of ways. You can choose one card and read the accompanying story as a theme for contemplation during the day. Or, you can arrange several cards in any of the simple layouts suggested in this book, to gain insight into a particular life question that is facing you right now. Throughout the centuries, the mystics and sages have used parables as a way to help us more easily remember and reflect on the deepest secrets of life. Osho is a master storyteller of our times, who has an uncommon knack for bringing the timeless wisdom of ancient parables right into the 21st century, in a way that gives us immediate and practical insight into the realities of contemporary life.

Author Biography

Osho is a contemporary mystic whose life and teachings have influenced millions of people of all ages, and from all walks of life. The Sunday Times in London named Osho as one of the "1,000 Makers of the 20th Century". His often provocative and challenging teachings generate today more and more interest and his readership is dramatically expanding around the world in more than 50 languages.

Table of Contents



1. No-Mind 16 The Ultimate and the Inexpressible
2. Communion 18 Harmony Without and Within
3. Enlightenment 20 Why the Buddha Waits at the Gate of Paradise
4. Sincerity 22 Bodhidharma’s Search for a Disciple
5. The Ultimate Accident 24 Chiyono and her Bucket of Water
6–7. Greed / Beyond Greed 26 A Parable of Ambition and Hurry
8. Disciplehood 28 The Many Teachers of Junnaid
9. The Greatest Miracle 32 On the Temptations of Spiritual Powers
10. Worth 34 On the virtues of uselessness
11. Recognition 36 The Master, the Gardener, and the Guest
12. Questioning 38 The Professor and his Thirst for Answers
13. Dropping Knowledge 40 Naropa’s Haunting Vision
14. Authenticity 42 Milarepa and the False Teacher
15. Alertness 44 The Sudden Death of Ekido’s Disciple
16. Imitation 46 Gutei’s Finger Pointing to the One
17. A Cup of Tea 48 Bodhidharma’s eyelids and the origins of tea
18. Meditation 50 On which side of your umbrella did you leave your shoes?
19. Remaining Centered 52 The monk and the prostitute
20. Ego 54 The woman and the river crossing
21. Conscience 56 Mary Magdalene and the Priceless Perfume
22. The Foolish Heart 58 The Crazy Wisdom of Francis of Assisi
23. Prayer 60 Love and the Law of Moses
24. Misuse of Power 62 How Vivekananda Lost His Key
25. Light on the Path 64 The Philosopher, the Mystic and the Thunderstorm
26. Uniqueness 66 Beyond Superiority and Inferiority
27. Blessings in Disguise 68 The Fortunes and Misfortunes of a Villager
28. Self-Acceptance 70 Heart’s-Ease in the King’s Garden
29. Gratefulness 72 A Night Without Lodging
30. That Which Never Dies 74 The Grieving Mother and the Mustard Seeds
31. Detachment 76 Hakuin and the Infant Child
32. Beyond the Small Family 78 “No one is my mother …”
33. Renewal 80 The Heritage of the Buddha
34. Anger 86 The Monk with the Ungovernable Temper
35. Mastery of Moods 88 The Secret of the Ring
36.–37. The Gates of Hell / The Gates of Heaven 92 The Samurai’s Pride
38. Transmutation 96 Atisha’s Heart Meditation
39. Energy 98 The Man with a Garland of Fingers
40. Wholeness 102 “Just an ordinary needle will do…”
41. Failure 104 The Open Secret of Real Success
42. Worry 106 The Old Woman on the Bus
43. Wishful Thinking 108 The Parable of the Wish-fulfilling Tree
44. Desire 110 The Magical Begging Bowl
45. Living Totally 112 Alexander the Great Meets Diogenes
46. The Quest 114 Searching for the House of God
47. Hope 116 Lost in the jungle
48. Challenge 118 The Parable of the Farmer and the Wheat
49. Love 120 The King’s Challenge to His Three Sons
50. Compassion 122 Jesus and the Money-changers
51. Dropping the Past 124 “Let the dead bury the dead”
52. Repentance 126 When Shibli Threw the Rose
53. Play 128 Krishna’s Challenge to Arjuna
54. Single-Pointedness 130 Saraha and the Arrowsmith Woman
55. Sex 132 The Circle of Mahamudra
56. Devotion 134 Meera’s Temple Dance
57. Intelligence 136 Rabia and the Riddle of the Lost Needle
58. Doing 141 Trust in Allah, But Tether Your Camel First
59. The Journey 143 “Even if you have broken your vow a thousand times…”
60. Laughter 145 The Chinese Mystic’s Last Surprise




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