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From the enlightened mystic OSHO comes Showering without Clouds, his commentaries on the 'sutras of love' given by Sahajo, the woman mystic from eighteenth century Rajasthan. This is an extraordinarily rich and touching book – an opportunity to read Sahajo's beautiful words, maybe our first taste of the heart and being of an enlightened woman – and a chance to savor the commentaries of an enlightened man, who in his own words will find it '...an entirely new journey...the first time I will speak on an enlightened woman.'
The result is an breathtaking book, a delightful interplay between the extraordinarily down-to-earth, straightforward words of Sahajo and the wonderful stories, anecdotes and insights of OSHO. We read of the different paths and pitfalls of the female and male seeker, are given some beautiful insights into the difference between female and male egos, and learn what happens to both women and men on the verge of their enlightenment. A must and an inspiration for every woman, and a must and an inspiration for every man.