Chuang Tzu- The Empty Boat


Talks on the Zen master Chuang Tzu.

Copyright 1976 Rajneesh Foundation, Poona, India. Used, in good condition, some yellowing of the pages has occurred. Collector’s first printing edition (©1976).

In this book on Zen, Osho talks on the stories of the Chinese mystic Chuang Tzu, with great understanding elucidating the centuries old Taoist message of self-realization. He speaks about the state of egolessness, called the empty boat in this metaphor, spontaneity, dreams and wholeness, living life choicelessly, and meeting death with the same equanimity. This beautiful original edition is a collector’s book, it is the original printing with ©1976.


1. The Empty Boat
If you can empty your boat crossing the river of the world no one will oppose you and no one will seek to harm you.

The man or TAO remains unknown. Perfect virtue produces nothing. No self is true self and the greatest man is nobody.


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