Archive for Insights

Silently tracking wild wolves

Swaram’s adventure in Białowieża, a primeval forest in Poland.

At close range

From Suha's series 'Beware: Slippery.... Sacred Ground - Small flashes of real life'

The High Way

Priya Huffman on the vulnerability of people who have just moved to a new city, of migrants and refugees.

From Seriousness To Sincerity! Join the Laughing Rebellion!

Marc Itzler's insight: "Laughter is intelligence, the ultimate expression of rebellion! A rebellion against guilt, against shame and self-doubt. A rebellion against fear itself."

A certain way of looking

From Suha's collection of short essays entitled 'Beware: slippery... sacred ground - Small flashes of real life'.

The Art of Stealing

Priya Huffman talks about waking up.

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.

Light within Shadow

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


An insight by Jivan

Sound, Silence and the Exploration of Consciousness

Shastro discovers a door from sound to silence and consciousness.

The D, G, A’s of Music and Silence

Milarepa talks about the importance music has had in his life.

Insight and Creativity

Jivan's thoughts about how to become innocent and full of wonder again.

What to Do with these Emotions?

Anando reflects on emotions and how to 'deal' with them.

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.

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?" asks Kul Bhushan in this essay.

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'.