Archive for Insights

Osho Left His Body, and I Am Still in Mine

Krishna Prem's insights on aloneness, loneliness and death. [...]

I Am Not Sorry!

A look at the overuse of the word "sorry" - also known as the s-word. [...]

Fear of Flying – Addicted to Anxiety

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

Children and Sannyas

Arun's experience with children in the Nepal commune. [...]

You, Me and the Planet

Shastro ponders on ecology and the state of our planet. [...]

The Fire of Awareness

Himani's insight on protection after reading a quote by Osho. [...]

What’s Your Name?

Krishna Premda puzzles about his name(s). [...]

The Agony and the Ecstasy

Leela writes about the search for the essential. [...]


Madhuri's letter to 'a many few', written in 1977. [...]

On A Good Day

Prem writes about his practice to fall asleep consciously. [...]

Healthy and Authentic Power

Leela's insightful realisations about power. [...]


Human Design expert Chetan on his journey guided by the Shadow Reader [...]

Ultimately We Are Alone

Leela writes that life is not just about being with the other. It is about finding your inner being. [...]

Come Back As Buddhas!

Shruti participated this winter in the Living-In Programme at the Resort in Pune [...]

My Own Life

From the The New York Times: Oliver Sacks on Learning He Has Terminal Cancer [...]


Marc elaborates on Diogenes, who is considered one of the founders of Cynicism. [...]

Shaktipat – A Heart to Heart Connection

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

Have Courage In A Mad World

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

The Sheep, The Tiger and Inquiry

Avikal's article focuses on false identity and transformation and uses an old story as a metaphor. [...]

What is Time?

Triggered by e-mail conversations with Bhagawati where the question arose ‘What is time?’, Bodhisagar felt inspired to write about his understanding. [...]

Ruth T

Vandana on recent news of well-known women's suicides. [...]

The Noosphere…

... and how to occupy it - by Ian MacKenzie, a media activist and filmmaker from Vancouver, Canada. [...]

I’m Beginning to Feel Old

Sadhvi reflects on age, the new ways of how people relate - and gratefulness. [...]

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. [...]


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


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. [...]

My friend, Konmani Joni

Naina recalls her experience how plants respond to love. [...]