Zen means dhyan or meditation. The word dhyan is in Sanskrit. Which, when it moved to the Buddhist language, Pali, become Zhan. When it reached China, it became Chan. When it moved to Japan, it become Zen. Dhyan means a state of no-mind. The book bring together the magical power of Zen to take us to our greater self.
Swami Chaitanya Keerti is a well-known disciple of Osho. He imbibed Osho's wisdom and expresses it in his unique way. He travels across the world conducting meditation workshops and sharing his spiritual sojourn. An articulate writer, he contributes articles to various websites and newspapers, such as Hindustan Times, The Times of India, Pioneer and Aha Zindagi -- a Hindi monthly magazine and Osho World, which is published both in Hindi and English from New Delhi.