MySamasati is inspired by Osho, an extraordinary contempory Zen mystic. The daily meditations are all quotations from his discourses given from about 1970 to 1990. You can easily find audio and video recordings, as well as e-books, of all his discourses here and here.
In his words:
"The most fundamental religious truth is that man is asleep - not physically, but metaphysically; not apparently, but deep down. Man lives in a deep slumber. He works, he moves, he thinks, he imagines, he dreams, but the sleep continues as a basic substratum to his life. Rare are the moment when you feel really awake, very rare; they can be counted on the fingers.
"Man lives like a robot: mechanically efficient, but with no awareness. Hence the whole problem! There are so many problems man has to face, but they are all by-products of his sleep.
"So the first thing to be understood is what this sleep consists of - because Zen is an effort to become alert and awake. All religion is nothing but that: an effort to become more conscious, an effort to become more aware, an effort to bring more alertness, more attentiveness to your life."