His radical wisdom led him to be dubbed as one of the 1000 Makers of the 20th Century and in this book, Osho introduces the psychology of the Buddha a sweeping departure from Western therapeutic approaches that attempt to fix the problems of the human mind. In Osho's view, these so-called problems are symptomatic of a revolution taking place in human consciousness, birth pains of those who struggle to emerge from being apart of the crowd to becoming individuals who take responsibility for their own lives. Traditional Western religious and societal conditioning can lead to misinterpretations of the Eastern concept of enlightenment as some kind of supernatural power, achievable only by those who are somehow special.
Here, Osho offers a view that is free from all religious beliefs a science of the inner that uses meditation and awareness to step outside the mind and its limited belief systems, habits and superstitions to discover the consciousness that exists beyond all beliefs and conditionings.
A process that allows us to relax back into our own true nature that of enlightenment.