Archive for News

Vangelis: The Universe is Music

Tony Harris interviews internationally celebrated Greek composer Vangelis who talks about the role of music in times of chaos, crisis and uncertainty. [...]

Swiss Ruling to Reinstate OIF Board of Directors

In their decree on September 12, 2014 the Swiss Confederation, Interior Department (EDI) retracted their provisional suspension of June 2, 2014 of the entire board of OIF. [...]

Hindu Nectar: Spiritual Wanderings in India

An ancient call - a cinematic journey directed by Damini (Akanksha Joshi), produced by the Ministry of External Affairs, Indian Diplomacy; music by Prem Chinmaya (Dunster). [...]

One Sky Festivals 2014 in USA

Milarepa invites us to join the One Sky Festivals of Meditation and Celebration. [...]

Dalai Lama Sees No Need For Successor

Published by the Huffington Post on September 4, 2014. [...]

Motorist Practices Meditation On His Bike

Published by the Huffington Post on September 4, 2014 [...]

Songs for the Golden Age

Paul Terrell reviews Ravi's latest album. [...]

Goodbye Siri

Sadhvi writes about communicating with her new iPhone... [...]

Osho Flat In Murky Waters

Kaumudi Gurjar reports in the Pune Mirror on September 3, 2014. [...]

A Leap of Faith

Antonia Blumberg reports in the Huffington Post on August 29, 2014: [...]

The Heart Is A Mirror

Article by Chaitanya Keerti published in The Asian Age on August 19, 2014 [...]

Make Love, Not War

If even the creators of commercials 'get it', what takes everybody else so long? [...]

European TM case and Swiss OIF Ruling

An update on the present court cases regarding the European TM case and the Swiss Ruling for OIF, Zurich. [...]

The Tree of Forty Fruit

Syracuse University professor and contemporary artist Sam Van Aken spent nine years growing a single tree. At TEDxManhattan, he introduces his work and art, combining sophisticated technology with traditional modes of art-making. [...]

Being Osho

Satya Vedant (Dr. Vasant Joshi) was recently interviewed by Osho News about his compilation of excerpts entitled 'Being Osho - Rare Pearls from OSHO Darshan Diaries'. [...]

The Right to Die

If you have 'the right to live' in the Indian constitution, you should also have the right to die - article by Kul Bhushan. [...]

How the Universe Was Created…

... or was it? Published by BBC Future on August 12, 2014 [...]

The Day A Dozen Parents and Children Killed a Shark for a Selfie

Published in the Huffington Post on August 18, 2014, Joanna Zelman writes about an incident involving selfies that she observed - the destructiveness and thoughtlessness of modern humans. [...]

Orgonite Cleans Your Home of Toxic EMF

Jeff Burg of Radio Mysterium created this informative video, crucial for maintaining the health of our electromagnetic fields. [...]

Searching for a Golden Cage

Article by Victor Luckerson on EMF Injured, published on May 8, 2014 in Time magazine. [...]

Getting To Know Each Other

A cat on a boat, a dolphin in the water... [...]

Peace at the Edge of World

Zen Gardner writes on August 4, 2014: [...]

Saving the Ganges to Save Your Soul

Called the Holy Ganges, Mother Ganges, Sacred Ganges, this river is the spiritual lifeline of eternal India. [...]

Osho on Yoga and Meditation

Published in The Business Standard, India, July 21, 2014. [...]

New Humanity Ripens

... at Osho Niranjana Camp with Arun. [...]

Everything is Energy

Waking Times published this article by Brandon West on July 17, 2014 [...]

The Killings

An open letter beyond politics by Brian Eno, an English artist, musical innovator, record producer for artists ranging from David Bowie to U2 and Coldplay. [...]

Herbs and Food Can Kill Superbugs

J. D. Heyes of Natural News lists herbs and foods you can easily have on hand at home to nip physical imbalances in the bud. [...]

Be in the Moment

Chaitanya Keerti writes in Asian Age on July 21, 2014. [...]

It Kind of Happened…

Photographer Clark Little dives head on into largest waves on Earth. [...]

Reading for Success

Published in The Jakarta Post, Indonesia, on July 21, 2014: [...]

The Surprising Science of Happiness

Dan Gilbert talks at TED. [...]

Happy, Happy People

11 characteristics of authentically happy people, by Drake Baer, published in The Business Insider, Indonesia, on July 2, 2014. [...]

This Land is Mine

Animated history of a strip of land in the Middle East, nowadays called Israel. [...]

The Science Delusion

Rupert Sheldrake, author of "Science Set Free", speaks on TEDx (this video was later removed, sparking a controversy about TED's censorship). [...]

Osho Risk Summer Festival 2014

Subhuti sent us a bunch of photos from the yearly festival in Denmark. [...]

English and Hinglish

Published by the BBC, Craig Jeffrey writes on June 30, 2014: [...]

Out of the Comfort Zone – Jump Into Freedom

Bhagawati reviews Satyananda's latest book published in Germany. [...]

Unexpected Celebrity in China

Our man in China: Lahar in Seattle sent us this story about her friend Vimukta. [...]

Osho Research and Archive Center

Champak wrote to us about the latest developments and changes at the Osho Galleria Oregon. [...]

Psst … Your Phone Is Snooping on You

What you need to know and how to stop it. Published by The Guardian on July 16, 2014 [...]

Planetary Panoramas

A multiple camera, 360 degree, night-sky time-lapse (one of the first of its kind!) by photographer Vincent Brady and his friend, musician Brandon McCoy. [...]

With Gratitude on Guru Purnima

Prem Naina writes in the Assam Times on July 14, 2014. [...]

Diva Vs Guru

An article by Swami Chaitanya Keerti about Guru Purnima published on July 10, 2014. [...]

Zohra Sehgal – the Grand Old Lady of Bollywood

"I am preparing myself for death..." [...]

Robots Are Coming!

Bodhisagar visited a conference on 'legged robotics' at ETH, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. [...]

The Chai Wallahs

Published in BBC Magazine on June 29, 2014. [...]