Man Believes Himself to be Free

Man Believes Himself to be Free

Quote by Aldous Huxley (26 July 1894 – 22 November 1963)

Profoundly Sick Society

Profoundly Sick Society

A quote by J. Krishnamurti.

The End of the Skein

The End of the Skein

One of Suha's 'Small flashes of real life' from the series 'Beware: Slippery... Sacred Ground'.

Who is talking about retirement?

Who is talking about retirement?

Suha ponders joyfully over her years of work after having officially retired.

Anxiety

Anxiety

An insight by Jivan

Fear of Flying – Addicted to Anxiety

Fear of Flying – Addicted to Anxiety

Marc Itzler's insight into a common 'ailment'.

Road Signs Warn Pedestrians Not To Use Smartphones

Road Signs Warn Pedestrians Not To Use Smartphones

Swedish artists design and erect signs in Stockholm to stop people endangering themselves and others, reports Chris Graham in The Telegraph, UK, on May 27, 2016.

Smartphones: Are you a User or an Addict?

Smartphones: Are you a User or an Addict?

Some thoughts about the 'escape from reality', illusions and health risks provided by the use of smartphones.

From One Second To The Next

A documentary by well-known film producer Werner Herzog, notably 'Fitzcarraldo', and 'Aguirre, the Wrath of God', is part of a campaign by AT&T to raise awareness about smartphone use while driving.

The NoPhone

A satirical security blanket that phone addicts are really taking seriously. Jessica Leber reports on fastcoexist.com.

Money as a Spiritual Practice

Money as a Spiritual Practice

Mayuri is interviewed by Alex Howard on consciousness2 about her journey from worldly accomplishments in accounting to her spiritual journey, and developing her teachings in money and consciousness.

Rejoice In The Positive

Rejoice In The Positive

Forgetfulness is habitual but we can overcome this, writes Keerti in Asian Age, India, on May 8, 2016.

Drifting from Divinity

Keerti speaks about man's alienation from nature and god. Published in The Asian Age on April 24, 2016.

The Revolution Begins

Arun writes about his first personal meeting with Osho. Published in the Kathmandu Post, Nepal, on May 7, 2016.

Round the Bend

Round the Bend

Kaiyum reviews Nevil Shute's classic novel, first published in 1951.

The Pune Diaries by Anand Subhuti

The Pune Diaries by Anand Subhuti

Kaiyum reviews Subhuti's latest book.

The Tumor

Kaiyum reviews John Grisham's latest book.

Zorba the Buddha

Nandan reviews the book by Prof. Hugh B. Urban, subtitled ‘Sex, Spirituality and Capitalism in the Global Osho Movement’; published by University of California Press

River Rafting on the John Day

River Rafting on the John Day

… which was then known as Radha River, writes Srajan.

Rajneeshpuram Residents Profile

Rajneeshpuram Residents Profile

Interesting data about the population in Rajneeshpuram collected by the University of Oregon in 1983

The Rajneeshpuram Experiment: Utopia Found and Lost

The story of how Tarun, a deaf and autistic boy of 20, becomes a role model during his months in Rajneeshpuram.

The Rajneeshpuram Experiment: The Beginning

An excerpt from Roshani's autobiography: her first visit to the Oregon Commune in 1982.

Editing in the Flow

Editing in the Flow

Sangeet presents her so very valuable editing business.

Retreats on the Riviera Maya

Retreats on the Riviera Maya

Shaida talks to Punya about her new business that organises events and meditation retreats in Tulum, Mexico, and further afield.

Aesthetic and Creative Eco-Design

Samudra's life as an eco-designer and environmental activist.

Graphic Design with Intuition

Dhyana Vargas' graphic design studio.

The Fortune Cookie Note

The Fortune Cookie Note

Video inteview of woman who finds a message at the location of a shooting.

Oneness Expressing in Millions of Ways

Oneness Expressing in Millions of Ways

In existence you cannot make clear-cut divisions, everything melts into each other.

I’m Still Smelling that Spaghetti!

I’m Still Smelling that Spaghetti!

Beloved Osho, Not long ago, in a discourse, I heard you say that you hated spaghetti. Then recently, you said you hated suntans.

Italian Language Guide

Italian Language Guide

Absolutely essential: your hands - and no need to strain your vocal chords!

Listening to the Wood

Listening to the Wood

Many creative artists live on Bali with its fertile energy - Bhagawati introduces two of them: Sunder and Abir who talk about their art installations which they create by tuning into materials and letting intuition guide the outcome.

Poems in a Landscape

Poems in a Landscape

Manfredo's stoneart from Dreamwoods (Selva di Sogno) in our online Art Gallery.

Is That So?

Photo exhibition of Prabhat's work in Tel Aviv, 28th April till 5th May 2016. Introduction by Nayana.

Sacred Space

Navyo's photo collection of cathedral interiors from Italy, France, Germany and the UK.

When They Killed JFK They Killed America

When They Killed JFK They Killed America

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts states that John F. Kennedy was assassinated because of anti-communist hysteria in the military and security agencies. Published on Global Research on May 7, 2016.

JFK’s Speech about Secret Societies

JFK’s Speech about Secret Societies

Video with excerpts of John F. Kennedy's address before the American Newspaper Publishers Association, at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, April 27, 1961.

America Is Barbarious

Two quotes by Osho about John F. Kennedy.

A Time for Courage and a Time for Challenge

JFK’s last words at the end of the speech he planned to give at the Texas welcome dinner in Austin, on November 22, 1963.

Water Has Memory

Water Has Memory

Water - just a liquid or much more?

Bacteria Have A Collective Memory

Bacteria Have A Collective Memory

Josh Richardson from Wake Up World reports on a recent study that found groups of bacteria can develop a collective memory that can increase their tolerance to stress. Published April 17, 2016.

Everything Is Alive, Everything Is Conscious

Osho explains that science is not the only methodology to use to enter the mysteries of existence, rather the crudest and slowest methodology, and that a mystic can enter existence in a single moment.

Water Infused with ‘Love and Gratefulness’

Dr. Masuru Emoto's inspiring water study

Things I Learned from the Fire

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.

A Fountain of Fire

A Fountain of Fire

A magnificent display of the power of nature.

Become More Alert

Become More Alert

Osho on 'Awareness'

Fear of Death

Osho on 'Death'

Wrecking Ball

Wrecking Ball

Anugyan speaks of the creation of his latest book, which is to be published this year in the UK.

Another Series of Dilemmas

Another Series of Dilemmas

An excerpt from Anugyan's book, 'Wrecking Ball'; to be published shortly.

The Cretaceous Period, the first days for flowers and the last days for the dinosaurs

The Cretaceous Period, the first days for flowers and the last days for the dinosaurs

Article 28: A most important event in the Cretaceous, at least for terrestrial life, is the first appearance of flowering plants. At the end of the period, volcanic eruptions are poisoning the atmosphere and an asteroid hits the Earth.

The Jurassic Period, a festival for the dinosaurs and for the first birds flying in the skies

The Jurassic Period, a festival for the dinosaurs and for the first birds flying in the skies

Article 27: During the Jurassic Period, the supercontinent Pangea splits apart. The period is a golden age for the large herbivorous dinosaurs. The Jurassic also sees the first birds, including Archaeopteryx.

The Triassic Period, new life in-between two major extinctions

Article 26: During the Triassic, the survivors of the Permian extinction spread and recolonize. Coelophysis is an early dinosaur. Near the end of the period, the first mammals evolve.

The Permian Period, supercontinent Pangea and Earth’s largest mass extinction

Article 25: By the beginning of the Permian, many of the continents of today meet in supercontinent Pangea. The end of the Permian is the largest mass extinction recorded in the history of life on Earth.

Horoscope June 2016

Horoscope June 2016

The second Neptune-Saturn square establishes itself powerfully and strongly... the magic words are ‘flexibility and sincerity’, says Sitara.

Nail Biting

Nail Biting

Two elderly women were fussing about their husbands over tea one day.

A Young Medical Student

A Young Medical Student

A young medical student makes his first rounds at the hospital together with a senior doctor.

At the Pediatrist’s

A woman with a baby were in the doctor's examining room, waiting for the doctor to come in for the baby's first exam.

Taking Fake Book Covers on the Subway

Subways are a great place to catch up on your reading. But how do people react to book covers that are a little embarrassing, and also pretty hilarious?

Anidana

Anidana

...left his body on 14th May 2016.

Nirjara

Nirjara

...left her body on 23rd March 2016.

Tathagat

...left his body on 17th April 2016.

Nishtha

...left her body on 7th April 2016.

Anxiety

Anxiety

An insight by Jivan

Money as a Spiritual Practice

Money as a Spiritual Practice

Mayuri is interviewed by Alex Howard on consciousness2 about her journey from worldly accomplishments in accounting to her spiritual journey, and developing her teachings in money and consciousness.

River Rafting on the John Day

… which was then known as Radha River, writes Srajan.

I’m Still Smelling that Spaghetti!

Beloved Osho, Not long ago, in a discourse, I heard you say that you hated spaghetti. Then recently, you said you hated suntans.

Scientific Enquiry into Rebirth is Quite Possible

Scientific Enquiry into Rebirth is Quite Possible

Q: Is there a way, apart from occultism, to know intellectually about the soul and its rebirth?

Women’s Sexual Fulfilment

Women’s Sexual Fulfilment

Mahasatvaa Ma Ananda Sarita explains how women can find sexual and spiritual fulfillment

DNA Tests: Hitler Descended From Jews, Africans?

According to a new study, Hitler's relatives have a chromosome that is mostly found in Ashkenazi and Sephardic Y-chromosomes

The Mind and What Happens After Death

Since the beginning of time man has been desperately seeking answers about what happens when the body dies.