OSHO taught that all the established religions of the past are spiritually bankrupt, and urged each individual to theologically decondition themselves as a prelude to true enlightenment. 'I don't preach revolution. I am utterly against revolution. My word for the future, and for those who are intelligent enough in the present, is 'rebellion'. Rebellion is individual action; it has nothing to do with the crowd. It is spiritual metamorphosis.'
The book begins: 'Having sown the seed, I leave.
You see to it that the seed does not remain only a seed....'