Archive for Insights

Your Elusive Creative Genius

Elizabeth Gilbert talks on TED [...]

Grateful in the Night

A beautiful insight (and method) by Madhuri, worth sharing! [...]

Rising in Love

Kul finds some beautiful excerpts from Osho's discourses. [...]

Transformation

Naina recalls an event that occurred during her childhood in Assam. [...]

Fears

Anando invites us to look at fears in a relaxed and non-judgmental way. [...]

In the Garden of Mother and Daughter

Karima writes about her relationship with her mother. [...]

Within the Silence Is Everything

Luke Rudkowski interviews David Icke about his thoughts on the secrets of the universe and life. [...]

Work is Rest – Rest is Work

Work is rest. Rest is work. How's that possible? [...]

Buddha Has Landed

Marc muses on the fact that Buddha has become a household name and that there is a need arising in people to connect to their inner world. [...]

Who Left the Gates of the Asylum Open?”

Arihanta has a look how to go about living with increasing global disasters, madness and violence. [...]

The Invisible Man

by Purushottama [...]

Easy is Right

Anubuddha follows the call from nowhere – and the workshop happens with effortless effort... [...]

Top Five Regrets of the Dying

Susie Steiner reports in ‘The Guardian’ that among the top regrets is 'I wish I hadn't worked so hard'. [...]

Embracing the Reality of Dying

Stirring photographs and statements by dying people. [...]

This is the End

Interview by Joanna Moorhead for 'The Guardian' with Walter Schels and Beate Lakotta how facing death changed how they felt about dying - and living. [...]

How to Forgive

Mahabha's insights on forgiveness. [...]

Femininity and Masculinity

A new look at gender implications. [...]

The Egoism of Terrorism

A meditation on Bodh Gaya: Prem Geet draws from Buddhism and Judaism to get her heart around the madness. [...]

Earth Anthem

Damini shares this peace chant from her new film, 'Hindu Wanderings in Sacred India', and her insight about the recent dramatic events in Uttarakhand. [...]

Women, Rage & Business: Chewing Slowly

The so-called career path for awakening women can be an absolute disaster that smolders for years, smelling of napalm after the battle. [...]

An Indian Sannyasin in the World of German Naturism…

Shantam writes to his countrymen in India about FKK in Germany. [...]

Nishant Interviewed

An interview by Ian McNay of Conscious TV [...]

There is No End

Lean back in your chair and let yourself be carried along in this motivating film about consciousness by Karsten Ramser. [...]

Being a Woman

After one of Divya’s (aka Zulma Reyo) retreats on Feminine Mysteries, one of her students from Mexico made this emotive video. [...]

Can you Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought?

Kaiyum's thoughts about thinking... [...]

The Outer Solution Is a Reflection of the Inner Solution

Ganga shares her way of finding solutions to dissolve conflicts. [...]

Money and the Flow of Abundance

Sarita's insights on money, hoarding, inner and outer flow. [...]

Osho, the Midwife of My Soul

Shanti describes his path of learning and seeking to arrive at understanding. [...]

Cleaning is Creativity

Meera: teaching an awareness that grows out of fun and a silent and clean space. [...]

Orgasmically Ever After

Jeevan (85) talks to Maneesha about her newly discovered total and multi-orgasmic experiences. [...]

All Sorts of Funny Things in Sannyas

Rashid shares with us his insights on sannyas - today [...]

Gratitude

Anando's sudden switch of mood with an insight... [...]

Born to Die

Subhan's insights on life - and death [...]

A Door Into the Vastness Within

Ma Prem Divya on understanding Osho. [...]

Bliss Blossom

Madhuri reminds us not to ignore those "wordless, blossomed peace-places" when they pop up in us. [...]

The Death of a Daughter

Maneesha writes on the importance of being at peace with our parents. [...]

Goofy Guy

Madhuri's insights on projecting! [...]

Healing the Heart

Anando invites us to go through the process of cleaning up our lives and becoming free of burdens. [...]

Watching, Celebration, Love & Awareness

Shunyo shares with us what she thinks are the most important points in Osho's vision. [...]

Rushing, I almost Missed my Life

Anando remembers the moment she started to slow down and discovered her heart. [...]

Second Chance

The penny dropped for Punya with a song! [...]

Arnavah Lives out his Passion: Music!

... and creates his first CD! [...]

Toy Dogs and Consciousness

Of fads and consciousness where man’s best friend is concerned. [...]

When I Die: Lessons from the Death Zone

Philip Gould, Baron Gould of Brookwood (30 March 1950 – 6 November 2011) was a British political consultant and former advertising executive, closely linked to the Labour Party. [...]

How Clinging Happens

Madhuri shares her insights on romantic clinging [...]

The 4 Keys to Happiness

Anando's insights on 'The neuroscience of happiness' [...]

My Son Bob

Jeevan recalls the time her son Bob died in an accident. [...]

A Place of No Words

Patricia Heavren's article '2012: The End of Time?' [...]

Near-Death Experience and the Blink Environment

Natalie Sudman is an American archaeologist who signed up to manage construction contracts in Iraq, working mainly with the civilian army. Returning to base in a convoy of four trucks, the vehicle she was in ran [...]