"‘Mind is the most complex phenomenon on earth, the most subtle flowering of consciousness. If you want to really understand what the mind is, then you will have to detach yourself from it and learn how to be just a witness.' In Learning Happiness, Osho explains why Buddha insists that happiness does not have to be created. He says that perhaps the most fundamental truth that Buddha brought to the world is his penetrating insight into the essential nature of happiness. It already exists in the present moment—all that has to be learned is the knack of living in the present. Osho outlines and clarifies the three steps—Buddha's carefully defined path to liberation—and talks about the transcendence of moving from sex to spirituality."