Osho International's statement in regard to the docuseries 'Wild Wild Country', posted on Facebook by Pratap.
A phone interview conducted by Matt Novak of Paleofuture-Gizmodo with the directors on the docuseries Wild Wild Country, Chapman Way and Maclain Way - plus video interviews by Katu, Build and Collider.
An excerpt from Punya's book On the Edge recounting the time she was filing press clippings: "Most of my friends had no idea of what was going on in the media and would not have been particularly interested in knowing it either."
On her second visit to Rajneeshpuram, Punya discovers the many changes that were made during her 9-month absence, and wonders how suddenly a city could be disincorporated and become 'illegal'.
Osho says, "The actual birth takes place on the day when the foetus is conceived in the mother's womb." From 'Hidden Mysteries', Ch 5, Part 3 of 6.
"Cosmic chemistry says that the entire cosmos is a body. Nothing in it stands apart, all things are joined together," states Osho. From 'Hidden Mysteries', Ch 5, Part 2 of 6.
The first thing is, have you binge-watched it yet or not? Just tracking the publicity leading up to Netflix's launch of the 6-part docuseries, 'Wild, Wild, Country', had certainly made me very eager to see it, writes Dhiren.
Roshani Shay PhD reviews the six-part Netflix documentary series on Rajneeshpuram: “Wild, Wild Country certainly conveys the grandness of the experiment that was Rajneeshpuram."
A six-part video series selected from Osho's talks compiled under 'Priests & Politicians – The Mafia of the Soul' on the OshoInternational YouTube channel.
Pratiksha Apurv writes of the transforming effect that her uncle and master, Osho, had on her, and how that paved the way for insightful expressions on canvas. Published in Speaking Tree, India, on March 18, 2018. (Pratiksha Apurv's paintings are on exhibition at Lalit Kala Akademi in Delhi, March 18-24.)
Osho says, "Hassids are Jews, but not accepted by the orthodox Jews. There is something in Hassids which I appreciate." From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
Kaiyum presents one of the most successful platforms for information relevant to the World of Osho.
Rashid recently visited the resort in Kakkadampoyil, a small village 2300 feet above sea level, located in Malappuram District, Kerala, India. The village has recently emerged as a major tourist destination.
The day Satyananda died, friends and visitors came to say farewell to him. After telling their stories to each other they had the idea of collecting them in a book. The result is 'Abschied von Satyananda', just out now in German language. Hear how it came about.
Peter Bloch got in touch with us after Kaiyum, his brother, sent him a link to our recent article, Animals and Humans, in which also the refugee situation in Lesvos was addressed. It turned out that Peter and his wife Madeleine have been working there since last October.
Rarely a day goes by without a glance at Mt Ariake. It is not fully visible from our house but towers majestically over the whole surrounding village and beyond, says Surendra.
Navyo visits (with his camera) the Gloucester Cathedral in England. "The cloisters are a masterpiece, a manifestation in stone of the mystical realms of the spirit," he asserts.
Siddhena's new artwork shown in his exhibition in Kyoto, entitled 'Ecstatic Zero'. We asked him how he chose this name.
Premyog shows a selection of artwork created during the past three years: “While painting or creating objects, there is no thinking, no pondering, no judging, no hesitating, no pushing, no doubting.”