Archive for Articles

Ecoside Is Suicide

Excerpt from the recently published book, 'Ecolibrium Now', a book by artists, writers, poets, farmers and others who support Ecocide Law. This chapter was contributed by Rashid (aka Rashid Maxwell). [...]

Shaktipat – A Heart to Heart Connection

Interview with Veeresh by Geetee (14.4.2014) [...]

Nigam’s Step-by-Step Approach to Sannyas

Nigam's path to sannyas and his life at present. [...]

Dynamic Meditation: Mistakes to Avoid

Pratibha's insights on how best to do this transforming meditation. [...]

Mysteries of the Kingdom of Shambhala

April Holloway in Ancient Origins on April 5, 2014 explores the myths about Shambhala, a place that seems embedded in our collective unconscious. [...]

Osho Circle School

Sarjano writes about his visit to the Osho centre near Rimini, Italy [...]

The Ultimate Way to Organise Your Fridge

Julie R. Thomson reports in The Huffington Post on September 30, 2014. [...]

We Celebrate Everything

Anam reminds us of the dimension of celebration, one of Osho's legacies [...]

Reiki Hands of Love

Tanmaya's review on Chaitanya Hari's most recent album - free download of track 1. [...]

Paper-wrinkle with Acrylics

Session 1 of a series of tutorials by designer and painter Shivananda. [...]

Origins Of Everyday Words and Customs

There are words in the English language that we use often without any idea how a particular word evolved. Here's some information of the origins of some of our strange customs. [...]

When Zorba Met Buddha

Leela was about to write an article on the qualities of balancing our Zorba and Buddha energies when the following emerged. [...]

Jains, Buttermilk and Indian Roads

Ageh Bharti shares anecdotes about Osho. This one relates to the late Neeraj Jain. [...]

Coast to Coast January 1, 2015

Arjuna (aka John Hogue) was one of four forecasters interviewed by George Noory on the New Years Prediction Show for 2015. You can download the show and have a listen here. [...]

Trash is Treasure

Samudra's new book on ecodesign, modern nomadism and living consciously seeks crowdfunding for publication. [...]

Breath Is Life Itself

Anam explains the utter importance of right breathing and its effect on the body. [...]

My Life in #Hash Notes

Chetna, who grew up as a sannyasin kid and turned 40 this year, writes about her life. [...]

Making Friends With The Body

Navanita explains how to connect with your body and to stay present with your own bodily sensations. [...]

When the Disciple is Ready…

Atmo's start of his inner journey and the 'plop!' in Osho's place in Poona. [...]

My Favourite Xmas Story

Bodhena writes about experiencing his first 'Xmas' in Pune. [...]

Have Courage In A Mad World

Leela writes about her experiences during her inquiry into self, and releasing the ego-dream of identity. [...]

Tigers, Lions and Elephants

Atulya presents her animal paintings. [...]

A Warning To The Nation

A speech broadcast on April 3, 1965 by Paul Harvey Aurandt (September 4, 1918 – February 28, 2009). [...]

Dear Piero

Shanti writes to Piero Ferrucci, author of the book 'Inevitable Grace'. [...]

Love, Sex and Prayer

Conscious 2, a TV channel focused on awakening in daily life, interviews Rafia about exploring the role of sex and relationships in our spiritual development. [...]

Osho Speaks on Lalla of Kashmir

Kashmiri saint and mystic poet Lal Ded (Mother Lalla), also known as Lalla or Lalleshwari (1320–1392), was born in Pandrethan (ancient Puranadhisthana) some four and a half miles to the southeast of Srinagar in modern-day Kashmir. [...]

The Ultimate Moment

Naina recalls: Year - 2003, Month - July, Occasion - Guru Purnima, Place - Oshodham, New Delhi… [...]

Trekking in Ladakh

Mahendra meets the Buddhist culture and the Transhimalayan landscape in Ladakh, the Indus Valley and walking in the mountains of the Stok Range. [...]

Mystery and Reality of Death and Dying

Veetman explains what happens towards the end of our life-in-form, when the body enters the phase called active dying. [...]

Waking up is not enough!

An essay by Avikal. [...]

The Art of Reflection

Anand shows a series of photographs taken in nature. [...]

Tracing the Glimpses

Leeladhar explores Osho’s early days in Madhya Pradesh. [...]

Osho’s Sweet Gift of Initiation

Shantida writes about his taking sannyas. [...]

Wood and Stone

Samvado showcases his sculptures and vessels. [...]

The Shining Elephant

A tale by Madhuri [...]

The Growling, Shouting, Screaming Beast Inside You

Kul Bhushan writes on the beast inside of man. [...]

Nisha, Osho’s Youngest Sister

Ageh Bharti shares vignettes about Nisha, Osho’s youngest sister. [...]

Inside the Cosmic Mind

Agnes Liebhardt's review of Phoebe's recently published book on astrology. [...]

Journey to Utopia

Broadcast by Italian TV RAI in 1972, this rare footage shows Osho conducting a meditation camp and records his reply to a question by journalist Giovanni Costa (with English translation!). [...]

I’m Here Because the River Is Here

Rashid exploring Madhya Pradesh on an inner journey. [...]

Hit a Brick Wall, Turn Left

The story of how Suchita started her new business that creates DVDs for celebrations, birthdays, funerals, websites, Facebook. [...]

Indian Ride

A short take by Bodhena from one of his many travels through India. [...]

The Dimension of Touch

Sangit shows her felt artwork in a photo slideshow. [...]

A Love Catharsis

A scrapbook page by Sajjad. [...]

Swami Prem Tarun Turns 50!

We asked Roshani how Tarun was doing, and this is what she wrote: [...]

Dear Maurice

Shanti aka Iam writes to Richard Maurice Buck. [...]

I Grow My Own Marijuana Within Me

Beloved Osho, The way you walk, it seems as if you are drunk. What is the truth? [...]

You Asked: Is Meditation Really Worth It?

Markham Heid writes in TIME Magazine on October 8, 2014. [...]

When The Dancer Disappears

Nijinsky was a dancer, and perhaps the best dancer the world has ever known; his dance was almost magic. He was born to dance. [...]

The Little Buddha and the Cosmos

Kaiyum reviews Svarup and Premartha's (Svaprem) book. [...]