Osho speaks on the inner and outer senses, referring to the book, 'Light on the Path'. He says that the book "was dictated by the Masters to Mabel Collins." Part 1 of 2. "If your inner senses are penetrating... you can also tune yourself to the divine."
Henri Bergson spoke at the beginning of this century. He said, 'The addition to the body brought by technology calls for a corresponding addition to the soul.'
Many readers have been wondering which are Osho’s most favourite mystics, writes Keerti in the 'Deccan Chronicle' on April 10, 2017.
Leonardo da Vinci (15 April 1452 – 2 May 1519) was born in Vinci, in the Arno River’s lower valley; his hometown was within the territory of the Republic of Florence which was under the rule of the Medici. He was born out of wedlock, and his parents were Caterina, a peasant, and Messer Piero Fruosino di Antonio da Vinci, a notary.
While Subhuti examines the lives of both performers, we learn about the Enneagram numbers Three and Six.
Pratiksha Apurv describes Osho’s favourite form of meditation from the 112 forms known, and says that it can transport you to bliss. Published in 'Speaking Tree', India, on April 16, 2017.
Religions have created frames to help you look for the Divine, but they act like blinkers, preventing you from looking at the larger picture, writes Pratiksha Apurv in this editorial published in Speaking Tree on March 4, 2017.
Osho comments on a parable found on the back of Bob Dylan's album, John Wesley Harding, From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
"All asking is unnecessary, because whatsoever answer I give to you is really there inside you. I only make it apparent. I help it to surface in you," says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
Dotted around rural Japan are black and white buildings known as dozō kura, writes Surendra. Most of these pictures come from the Azumino area of Nagano, where he lives.
From chapter three (Adventures in Afghanistan) of Devika's recently published book, 'The Road East to India', a diary of her journey in 1976 that eventually brought her to Osho.
Chetan Parkyn co-wrote his latest work, The Book of Destinies, with his life partner Carola Eastwood (Nishtha). Shantamo wrote the review, "For a first taste of Human Design as well as to become acquainted with the Life Themes of yourself and others, I highly recommend this book."
Three excerpts from 'The Book of Destinies', the recently published book on Human Design by Chetan Parkyn and Carola Eastwood (Nishtha). "Understanding and embracing your Life Theme will give you powerful clues for how to align yourself in your journey."
A person full of love will breathe differently than a person full of fear, writes Keerti in The Asian Age on March 14, 2017.
Scientists at Northwestern Medicine discovered that the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall. Published on medicalxpress.com on December 6, 2016.