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India’s Last Surviving Headhunters

Neelima Vallangi presents photos and commentary of the people of Nagaland, a disappearing culture in Northeast India. Published by BBC Travel on February 16, 2015. [...]

The guru, India’s greatest export, is not always an easy act to follow

Peter Poham writes in The Independent, England, on February 26, 2015. [...]

Zen Moments

Chinmaya reviews Shastro and Raphaël Pinel's newly released CD. [...]

Alarming Truth About What We Eat

Think you eat only healthy, unprocessed foods? Think again. Joanna Blythman went undercover and discovered that even your fruit salad is not what it seems. Published in The Guardian on February 21, 2015. [...]

Bride Weds Guest in Fit of Rage

As reported by The Times of India on February 17, 2015, a curious incident happened at what must have been a prearranged wedding in Rampur, Uttar Pradesh. The marriage had to take place by [...]

The Holy Economy

Guna Raj Luitel writes in the Nepali Post, Nepal, issue February 20-26, 2015 #745 [...]

Laugh Out Loud!

Post by user 'Osho' in Speaking Tree, India on Jan 31, 2015 [...]

Discovering Polo and the Polo Crowd

With its unique jargon and format, Polo remains elusive for common mortals as royalty, army officers and new millionaires make up its swish crowd, discovers Kul Bhushan. [...]

The Women’s Kingdom

A sensitive portrayal of extraordinary women struggling to hold on to their extraordinary society filmed by Xiaoli Zhou and Brent E. Huffman, shown by PBS Frontline Broadcast. [...]

We Have to Step Into the Unknown

Charles Eisenstein is a writer, public speaker, and self-described 'degrowth activist'. [...]

History of the Karmapas

Kaiyum reviews this fascinating book by Lama Kunsang, Lama Pemo and Marie Aubèle with the subtitle, The Odyssey of the Tibetan Masters with the Black Crown. [...]

What Humanity Considers Normal

Geoff Byrd of Radio Mysterium has a hard look at what really is normal in an upside-down, backwards world. [...]

Help Fight Local Warming

On TED, Yossi Vardi, legendary community-builder, connector and prankster, delivers a careful lecture on the dangers of blogging. Specifically, for men. And tongue-in-cheek. [...]

We Love Surveillance

And here are 7 very good reasons why you should love it, too! [...]

View From the Dark Side of the Moon

There's always been a mystery about the dark side of the moon. [...]

Deeply Heartfelt Music

Beethoven may have composed masterpieces to his own irregular heartbeat writes Carolyn Gregoire in The Huffington Post on January 11, 2015. [...]

Selfie and Moksha

Keerti explores the phenomenon of selfies and how to take the concept further to witness emotions and feelings and ultimately self-realisation. The Asian Age, India, on February 3, 2015 [...]

Ten Predictions for 2015

Ray Foy reviews John Hogue's (aka Arjuna) latest publication. [...]

Mr. Nobody

Ghoshen reviews a film by Jaco van Dormael, starring Jared Leto, Sarah Polley, Diane Kruger. [...]

How Plants Communicate and Think

An amazing 50-minute nature documentary from the BBC (from 2009). [...]

Go Completely Mad, Consciously

Keerti explains the transformational function of Osho Dynamic Meditation in The Asian Age, India, on January 20, 2015 [...]

Honey and Cinnamon: Traditional Cure

Grahi recommends honey and cinnamon as a traditional cure for a variety of ailments and a boost for the immune system. [...]

Nature’s Internet: The Wood Wide Web

Fascinating research presented by Nic Fleming on BBC Earth, November 11, 2014. [...]

Making Londoners Smile

Saclà, the Pesto pioneers and Italian foodies favourite brand, served up a great surprise at John Lewis Foodhall from Waitrose and staged an impromptu Opera in the food aisles. [...]

The Magic Lifeline Express

Lifeline Express is the world's first hospital-train. [...]

Reiki Hands of Love

Tanmaya's review on Chaitanya Hari's most recent album - free download of track 1. [...]

Vineet Singh, Star of ‘Ugly’

As reported at IBN Live by Pradhuman on January 12, 2015, Vineet Singh was moved by Charlie Chaplin’s autobiography and uses Osho's works as spiritual guide [...]

Pushkar Mela

You’ve heard a lot about the Pushkar Mela, often considered to experience it but haven’t managed just yet? [...]

Stephen Hawking Warns AI Could End Mankind

Rory Cellan-Jones writes on BBC on December 2, 2014. [...]

Animals And Insects Can Predict Natural Disasters And Diseases

Jennifer Viegas writes in Discovery News on December 18, 2014. [...]

No Head

An 'outdoor' painting by Pejac. [...]

The Rebellious Flower – Final Stage

As reported a little more than a year ago, Jagdish Bharti’s feature film on Osho has been produced in a timely fashion and is about to be released. [...]

Osho’s ‘New Dimensions of Yoga’ Looks at Yoga as a Science

Sravanth Verma writes in Digital Journal, India on December 9, 2014: [...]

India is Officially Reclaiming Yoga, and It’s Complicated

Antonia Blumberg writes in The Huffington Post on December 10, 2014: [...]

Australian Rhapsody

Paritosho reviews Paripurn's latest book. [...]

The Transmission of Blue

Jon Rappoport, investigative reporter and author, writes about the hypnotic use of color in television news on [...]

Grateful: A Love Song to the World

Musicians Nimo Patel and Daniel Nahmod brought together dozens of people from around the world to create this beautiful song. [...]

Trash is Treasure

Samudra's new book on ecodesign, modern nomadism and living consciously seeks crowdfunding for publication. [...]

The Zurich Legacy of the Sex Guru

François Pilet writes in L'Hebdo, weekly French-language news magazine, Lausanne, Switzerland, on December 11, 2014 [...]

Music for Massage

Sona reviews Malimba's most recent compilation. [...]

Mystic Mantra: Healing With Sound

Published in The Asian Age and the Deccan Chronicle on December 23, 2014. [...]

Vatican Suffers From “Pathology of Power” and “Existential Schizophrenia”

Gaia Pianigiani writes in the International New York Times, USA, on December 22, 2014. [...]

Sita Sings The Blues

A merry animated take on the Hindu epic, 'The Ramayana'. [...]

Martin Rees: The World in 2050 and Beyond

British cosmologist and astrophysicist Martin Rees' lecture at the Harvard School of Government, published in the New Statesman on November 26, 2014. [...]

Be Present: Living in the Moment Really Does Make People Happier

Ian Sample writes in The Guardian that psychologists have found that people are distracted from the task at hand nearly half the time, and this daydreaming consistently makes them less happy. [...]

Christmas Blessings

A letter from Dhyan Avesh. [...]

Dalai Lama’s Guide to Happiness

A video from a talk in Adelaide during his 'Beyond Religion' tour in Australia of last year. [...]