Inside a Tachyon Healing Chamber

Inside a Tachyon Healing Chamber

Prem Geet experiences a unique session based on an out-of-this-world Pleiadian Technology.

The Dao of Aging

The Dao of Aging

Madhura speaks about her life, health, creativity and aging to Pankaja who recorded it on video.

Bookworms Do Live Longer

Old-fashioned reading, curling up with a good book in hands brings joy and reduces stress.

Poi Dancing for Fun and Centering

Punya meets Savitri and gets a taste of Poi dancing.

Yogis Have Known This Since Ancient Times

Yogis Have Known This Since Ancient Times

Many individuals who take birth and attain higher consciousness on this earth, have to seek birth on other planets.

You Are Very, Very Ancient

You Are Very, Very Ancient

Somebody asked Mulla Nasrudin when he was lying on his deathbed:

Heaven, Hell & Reincarnation

Paul A Philips researches the concepts of heaven and hell, and wonders, "The question is, if people keep coming back lifetime after lifetime then how come is it that they never went to heaven or hell in between lives?"

You Travel With Your Mind Even After Death

The sage says, "O my mind full of ego and desires, remember the actions done by you."

Everything for one little girl or how the universe created man

Everything for one little girl or how the universe created man

Article 40: We have seen by now how the universe created man. No, nothing mentioned in the earlier contributions can be left out! Everything is needed for that one little girl, for that one boy, for every one of us.

The Anthropocene and what happened around 1950?

The Anthropocene and what happened around 1950?

Article 39: The most striking observation is that in the mid-20th century, humanity’s effect on the Earth crossed a tipping point. This happened when post-World War II production and consumption slipped into the overdrive.

The Anthropocene, the epoch shaped by man

Article 38: What if Earth, as a system, is operating now in a quantifiably new state, because of the profound changes humans are making to Earth’s natural systems?

The Holocene Period, the Human Era

Article 37: The Holocene is the name given to the last 12.000 years of Earth's history. The Holocene is witnessing all of humanity's recorded history and the rise and fall of all its civilizations.

The Street Food That Silences Even The Most Heated Debate

The Street Food That Silences Even The Most Heated Debate

India on a plate: Jhaal muri is the king of street food snacks in Kolkata (Calcutta), reports Justin Rowlatt, published on BBC on July 8, 2016.

The Indian Street Food Bringing Theatre to Your Plate

The Indian Street Food Bringing Theatre to Your Plate

From the BBC series ‘India on a Plate’, introducing chole bathure that originated in the Punjab. Justin Rowlatt reports on July 2, 2016.

Home Chefs Are Helping Uncover India’s Food Secrets

From the BBC series 'India on a Plate'. India is a land with diverse cuisine, writes Ayeshea Perera, published on BBC on July 6, 2016.

Amma Canteen: Where an Indian Meal Costs Only Seven Cents

From the BBC series ‘India on a Plate’, sampling food at the amma canteens in Chennai. Geeta Pandey reports on July 4, 2016.

Help Them to Be More Creative

Help Them to Be More Creative

Osho talks on 'Education'

Osho Ko Hsuan – Learning our Lessons

Osho Ko Hsuan – Learning our Lessons

Part 2 of 5: Surendra writes about how the school was run, how children participated and the task to prepare the kids for life in the world.

Stuffing everybody with ideas

Osho talks on 'Education'

Osho Ko Hsuan – An Adventure in Education

In Part 1 of 5, Surendra recalls the captivating years at Osho Ko Hsuan School in Devon, England.

The Second Zen Stick

The Second Zen Stick

Purushottama's inexplicable experience when facing a raging Zen master.

The Airplane Game

The Airplane Game

When Madhuri quit the game...

Light was Matter and Matter was Light

Karunesh writes about an experience that occurred in Pune, 1978.

Death Knocks in India

Deva remembers the time he almost lost his daughter Gyana.

The Dao of Aging

The Dao of Aging

Madhura speaks about her life, health, creativity and aging to Pankaja who recorded it on video.

This World is Just a Pilgrimage

This World is Just a Pilgrimage

Osho, Never belonged, Never been on the 'inside', Never felt 'at one' with another, Why such a loner all my life?

The Time Will Come When You Will Understand

The Time Will Come When You Will Understand

A quote by Gurdjieff: People are machines.

Appearances

Appearances

Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli (1469 - 1527) was a Florentine philosopher, statesman, diplomat and political theorist.

Risk – is it Worth it?

Risk – is it Worth it?

Srajan writes about a perilous attempt to climb Mt Olympus in Washington State, USA, and ponders the significance of taking risks.

To Live Means to Risk

To Live Means to Risk

Q: I have a belief that in order to grow I have to take risks, and in order to take risks I have to make decisions. Then when I try to make decisions I am filled with anxiety that I will make a wrong choice, as if my life depended on it. What is this craziness?

Suck At Meditation?

Suck At Meditation?

You may just be doing it right, says David Ferguson in The Guardian on July 3, 2016.

Accidental Wellness Goddess

Accidental Wellness Goddess

All the times you didn't think you were meditating... writes Danielle Colley at mybodyandsoul.com.au on August 11, 2016 - while quoting Maneesha James

Mindfulness and Thoughts

Researchers finally show how mindfulness and your thoughts can induce specific molecular changes to your genes, writes Michael Forrester on December 5, 2013 in ‘Prevent Disease’.

Mysteries About My Father

Mysteries About My Father

Naina discovers her late father’s diaries and finds out about unknown events in his life that have had an impact on her life.

The Importance of Relating to our Fathers

The Importance of Relating to our Fathers

In the final part of this interview, Svagito explains how our relationship with our fathers affects our relationship with all men.

Things I Learned from the Earth

Things I Learned from the Earth

The third article in a series of four on meditations about purification by fire, water, earth, and air by Prem Geet.

Things I Learned from the Water

Things I Learned from the Water

The second article in a series of four on meditations about purification by fire, water, earth, and air by Prem Geet.

Things I Learned from the Fire

The first article in a series of four on meditations about purification by fire, water, earth, and air by Prem Geet.

Love for Transformation

Love for Transformation

Artist Magdalena shows her 'collection' of butterfly paintings.

Whirling Mandalas

Whirling Mandalas

Shashi's stunning mandalas (click on fullscreen).

Shortcuts to Mindfulness

Shortcuts to Mindfulness

Kaiyum reviews the book by Dhyan Shaida (Catherine Auman) on 100 Ways to Personal and Spiritual Growth.

Chasing the Monsoon

Chasing the Monsoon

Kaiyum reviews Alexander Frater's book about his modern pilgrimage through India during monsoon.

The Danish Girl

Navyo reviews a film based on a true story directed by Tom Hooper.

When A Real Lion Meets A Real Master

Vandana reviews Sarjano's just recently released book about his life with Osho.

Horoscope September 2016

Horoscope September 2016

Presently we have two options, says Sitara: To anxiously watch the general loss of control or to confidently surrender to the course of events.

Fish for Sale

Fish for Sale

A boy is selling fish on a corner.

Dr. Smith

Dr. Smith

Dr. Smith examines his patient thoroughly.

Apples

The scene is a Catholic school cafeteria.

Birthday Gift

The Zen Monk ponders what to give his nephew as a birthday gift.

Nirman

Nirman

...left his body on 28th June 2016.

Amala

Amala

...left her body on 22 June 2016.

Mouna

...left her body on 10th July 2016.

Svadharma

...left his body on 6th August 2016.

The Second Zen Stick

The Second Zen Stick

Purushottama's inexplicable experience when facing a raging Zen master.

The Dao of Aging

The Dao of Aging

Madhura speaks about her life, health, creativity and aging to Pankaja who recorded it on video.

To Live Means to Risk

Q: I have a belief that in order to grow I have to take risks, and in order to take risks I have to make decisions. Then when I try to make decisions I am filled with anxiety that I will make a wrong choice, as if my life depended on it. What is this craziness?

Only After Sixty My True Life Began

Bodhi Hanna Kistner talks to Tatyana Hrylova of Age of Happiness!