What is the source of our anguish?
What are the roots of violence?
What are the politics behind every war?
Arjuna, the tortured and reluctant hero, speaks with his enlightened mentor, Krishna, on the eve of the Mahabharata. Throwing a whole new light on Krishna’s responses, Osho exposes the roots of our contemporary personal and global problems and proposes his timeless solution.
“That is why when I call the Gita a scripture of psychology, I am saying the utmost that can be said about a scripture. More is not possible. Those who try to label it as a spiritual scripture do harm to it, make it worthless and throw it into the garbage – because no one has a spiritual problem. Everyone’s problem is of the mind.”