Surendra recalls his journey setting out to find a legendary site in Japan called 'Go Hyakyu Rakan'.
Amano Samarpan joins the “Never Born” Osho Meditation Camp, December 8-11, 2016, conducted by Chaitanya Keerti at Osho Tirth near Kuchwada, Madhya Pradesh, the village where Osho lived the first seven years of his life.
A selection of artworks by Anandi. "I been drawn to the beauty of nature, mainly flowers in all shapes and colors, but now recently I have been attracted to abstract painting."
Vinod's nephew Akhil Kapur will co-produce it along with Abhishek Kapoor who will also direct ithe movie. Reported by Sanyukta Iyer in the Pune Mirror on January 10, 2017.
On Vinod Khanna’s birthday (6 October), Bhawana Somaaya remembers the jolt he gave Bollywood by giving it all up at the peak of his acting career. Published in The Quint on October 5, 2016
S. K. Saksena writes about a trip he made together with Osho to Connaught Place in New Delhi. Published in 'merinews', India, on January 7, 2017.
Responding to the news about the inauguration of the Osho Chair in Gujarat, India, Anugraha writes to Satya Vedant.
Marc Itzler talks about repression of emotions, citing Janov who says; "Tears have the power to transform our physiology, change our personality and re-fire the evolutionary engine."
Osho says: "The problem is that, because you have repressed your tears of sadness, misery, pain — when you are joyful, rejoicing, then too your old repression continues; you go on holding your tears."
Q: Looking at myself and others here, is it possible there have been others like us - such as Buddha's disciples? Were they amazed and did they find themselves laughing at how greedy, cunning, inept they appeared and how absolutely unlike what they thought a sannyasin to be - or do we take the cake?
The latest catchword and current manifestation of global manipulation. Glenn Greenwald puts it in a nutshell.
Q: If the whole history of the world were condensed into one year, with us standing at the end of that vast year, it would look something like this:
Ageh Bharti, widely sought-after speaker at colleges and universities in India, continues his travels despite his advanced age. Most recently he visited the Nursing College in Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh.