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Live Your Life

Tecumseh (1768-1813) was a Shawnee Native American chief. [...]

The Wave

Shown by BBC Earth on October 21, 2014 - a stunning geological formation, known as the Wave, captured on film as never before [...]

Sannyas Rebels in Georgia

Madita writes about her recent adventures and experiences in Georgia (formerly part of the Soviet Union). [...]

Hava Nagila – Downtown Bhangra

For the first time ever, the Jewish Community Centre and Surrey India Arts in Vancouver worked on creating a Punjabi-Jewish fusion song and dance number. [...]

Inside the Cosmic Mind

Agnes Liebhardt's review of Phoebe's recently published book on astrology. [...]

Warka Water: an Italian project for Ethiopia

Article published in Revolve Water, May 2014 [...]

Sea Lion Boards Boat for Food

By Leon Siciliano, video source Newsflare / tony1971, published in The Telegraph, UK, on November 6, 2014. [...]

I’m Terrified of My New TV

Why I’m Scared to Turn This Thing On — And You’d Be, Too explains Michael Price at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, on October 30, 2014 [...]

Love Yogis

Published in the Deccan Chronicle on October 28, 2014. [...]

#ChangeThePerception

Part I of Arjun Menon's "India : #ChangeThePerception" time-lapse project. [...]

Nataraj – The Lord of Dance

Jivan's introduction to the end-of-year Dance Festival in Delhi. [...]

Tweaking Bacterial DNA to Fast-track Evolution

Article published by BBC Future on August 21, 2014 explains why reprogramming tiny life could reap rich rewards. [...]

Putin says, ‘Love is the meaning of life’

Unprecedented remarks by the Russian President published in RT on November 7, 2014. [...]

Surveillance and Privacy

Published on October 10, 2014, a passionate talk by Glenn Greenwald at TEDTalk Global, in Rio de Janeiro. [...]

Linguistic Family Tree

Where do all our many languages come from? There are roughly 6,500 spoken languages in the world today yet about 2,000 of them are spoken by less than 1,000 people. [...]

Adrenal Fatigue

Kaiyum reviews James L. Wilson's book on the 21st century stress syndrome. [...]

You Will Be a Beautiful Shining Crystal of Light

A quote by Masaru Emoto (1943-2014). [...]

10 Things You May Not Know About Laughter

By Prof Sophie Scott, University College London, published on BBC on October 25, 2014. [...]

Halloween: Candy for 2,2 Billion Dollars’ Worth

Inimitable John Oliver (English political satirist and comedian) takes on the sugar industry on HBO's Last Week Tonight - just in time for tricks and treats come Halloween. [...]

The NoPhone

Finally it happened! Christopher Hooton at The Independent introduces an alternative to iPhone 6. Published on October 27, 2014. [...]

Flashlight App on Your Mobile

Cyber security expert Gary Miliefksy explains how a popular smartphone application could expose your personal information to cyber criminals. [...]

New CD: Lost and Found

Madhuri reviews Tanmayo's recently released album. [...]

The Flow State

Jason Silver writes on October 10, 2014 on ideapod. [...]

Lost in Meditation

Sukant Deepak writes in India Today on September 26, 2014. [...]

A.R. Rahman Quotes Osho

A.R. Rahman quotes Osho in a fairly recent CNN IBN Interview. [...]

The Little Buddha and the Cosmos

Kaiyum reviews Svarup and Premartha's (Svaprem) book. [...]

Osho Meditation in Oz

Shahido writes about the latest meditation events in Australia. [...]

Diwali – Festival of Lights

Diwali celebrates the victory of Good over Evil and Light over Darkness. This year it starts on October 23rd. [...]

Mystic Mantra: Sound of Self

Published in The Asian Age and the Deccan Chronicle on October 13, 2014. [...]

Why Are We All So Busy?

Aimee Raupp (author, acupuncturist, herbalist and women's health and fertility expert) writes in The Huffington Post on August 20, 2014. [...]

Google Knowledge Vault

Hal Hodson reports in New Scientist on August 20, 2014 that Google is building the largest store of knowledge in human history – and it's doing so without any human help. [...]

Baring It All

StyleLikeU.com is a video website founded by Elisa and her daughter, Lily. [...]

Healing the Body and Awakening Consciousness

Roshani reviews Jivan Mada's recently published book and CD collection. [...]

Osho Freedom Day

Harideva had the insightful inspiration to rename January 19th from next year on: Osho Freedom Day. [...]

AUM Meditation for World Peace

Recently, Anand Veeresh introduced the Global AUM Meditation for World Peace. [...]

Cellphone Road Rules

As posted by the BBC on September 16, 2014. [...]

Gaya Power

Unusually intense natural occurrences have been reported worldwide, particular during the last few months. [...]

Bought Journalists

RT's Peter Oliver reports on the new bestseller by German author Udo Ulfkotte. [...]

In Search of Balance

Published in The Jakarta Post, Indonesia, on September 30, 2014: [...]

Vipassana in Osho Leivi

Shunyo will be facilitating a Vipassana Retreat in Northern Italy, 5-8 December 2014. [...]

How to Save Your Memory

Are there ways to stop yourself losing your memory? The latest brain research suggests there’s hope for the forgetful. [...]

Red Moon on October 8, 2014

The second of four lunar eclipses (2014 -2015) that cause the moon to turn red. [...]

Full Circle Rainbow Over Oz

Dominique Mosbergen reports in The Huffington Post on October 2, 2014: [...]

Mystery of Death

Article by Chaitanya Keerti published in The Asian Age on September 29, 2014 [...]

The Hindus: An Alternative History

Satya Vedant reflects on Wendy Doniger’s Book on India and Hinduism. [...]

The Healing Power of Food

Dr. Terry Wahls speaks about her incredible healing journey at TEDxIowaCity [...]

Men, Gender Equality Is Your Issue, too!

Actress and UN Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson's speech at the UN Headquarters in New York City, 21st September 2014. [...]

Indivisible

Article by Pratiksha published in 'Speaking Tree' on September 14, 2014, New Delhi, India [...]

30th Anniversary of the Ranch

Roshani reports on a retrospective on Rajneeshpuram which was held at the University of Oregon Library last April. [...]