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Inside a Tachyon Healing Chamber

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

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 [...]

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.

The Second Zen Stick

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

The Dao of Aging

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

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.

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 [...]

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.

How to Tell if Therapy Is Working

An excerpt from the book by Dhyan Shaida (Catherine Auman), 'Shortcuts to Mindfulness'.

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?

Rats!

Neehar remembers a unique message from Osho in the late seventies.

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.

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.

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 [...]

Self-compassion

Marc explores self-compassion in order to overcome his self-criticism and judgements.

Homo sapiens and his extended family

Article 36: The genus ‘Homo’ is the youngest twig from a 2.5 million year old branch from a 4.6 billion year old tree, a seedling in a 13.8 billion year old universe. You and I [...]

Ericksonian Hypnotherapy

Premananda and Prabodhi are experienced hypnosis trainers. We asked them about their successful internationally conducted hypnosis work.

Pokémon Go

Beware, zombies rising! - a short essay by Bhagawati

The Pleistocene Period, Baby it’s cold outside!

Article 35: During the present Ice Age, temperate zones are alternately covered by glaciers, during glacial periods, and uncovered during interglacial periods, when the glaciers [...]

The Jeep, or How I Came to Love Darts

Srajan writes about his and Pravina’s search for a new home, starting with a visit to north Florida, full of various surprises.

The Pleistocene Period, Homo sapiens appears on stage, inhabited by giants!

Article 34: The Pleistocene is characterized by the presence of large land mammals, like mammoths and mastodons. This period also sees the evolution and expansion of our own [...]

The Fierce Sweetness of Kali

Excerpt from chapter 11 of Avikal's new book, 'When the Ocean Dissolves into the Drop: Osho, Love, Truth and me'.

Suddenly Everything Was One

Excerpt about the Centering Group in Pune from the book by Swatantra Sarjano 'When A Real Lion Meets a Real Master'.

The Pliocene Period, the sprouting of the human branch

Article 33: During the Pliocene, large polar ice caps start to develop. Some apes come down from the trees and start to exist on the plains in Africa. Australopithecus afarensis, [...]

Earworms and Meditation

Purushottama writes about a frequent experience many people have and offers some good advice.

Encounter with a Folding Table

Excerpt of the newly released book, Bodhena's Adventures In Samsara.

The Miocene Period, the first hundred species of apes appear on stage

Article 32: The overall pattern of biological change is one of expanding open vegetation systems, at the expense of diminishing closed vegetation. The apes arise and diversify, [...]

Captivating Rishikesh

Situated close to Haridwar, Rishikesh invites for an extended stay, writes Bhagawati.

Travelling in India B.S. (Before Sarod)

An extract from a diary by Chinmaya Dunster, dated 1979.

“Help my people there…”

Veena remembers an incident involving Arvind - and Osho!

You’re a Fountain of Love

The joy of singing and dancing in abundance that stays with us forever! Video of Music Group in Pune, 1979.

The Oligocene Period, horses, deer, camels, elephants, primates, cats and dogs

Article 31: On land, mammals begin to dominate in this period, except in Australia. They continue to grow larger and larger, in good harmony with the expansion of grasslands and [...]

Consumer Craze for Assault Rifles

With soaring sales of military assault rifles for personal use, the gun debate is still sharply divided in the USA, writes Prem Geet.

Islamic Art and Culture in Iran

Part 3 of Mahendra's journey notes and photos in Iran.

The Rug

In the early nineties, Srajan set out to visit Almora, located in the foothills of the Himalaya.

Narendra with his Orange Tibetan Hat

Punya remembers working as a bus driver in Rajneeshpuram.

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.

The Eocene Period, birds ruling a warm world

Article 30: In the Early Eocene, the Earth is a greenhouse world. Life is small and living in cramped jungles. There is nothing over the weight of 10 kilograms. At the top of the [...]

Light within Shadow

A personal reckoning of 13 years of commune life - by Priya Huffman

Osho’s Ideas in Poland

Satya Vedant attended and was one of the speakers during the recent International Medical Conference and Health Festival in Poland on April 16, 2016 in Wroclaw, Poland.

Inner Ecology: The Only Way to Building a Healthy Humanity

Full transcript of Satya Vedant's speech at the International Medical Conference and Health Festival in Poland on April 16, 2016 in Wroclaw, Poland.

The Airplane Game

When Madhuri quit the game...

The Paleocene Period, mammals growing bigger and occupying new niches

Article 29: The Early Paleocene sees the recovery of the Earth, after the mass extinction event at the end of the Cretaceous. During this period mammals grow bigger and occupy a [...]

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.

Anxiety

An insight by Jivan

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.

The NoPhone

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

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 [...]

River Rafting on the John Day

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