“Either be more free or be more conscious, and the other will result automatically,” says Osho.
Anand Haridas reviews Osho’s book, a translation from Hindi: “Osho’s song begins with Yaari’s but takes its own path. He sings throughout the ten discourses on nature.”
Bindu’s last creation, released in 2019.
Madhuri reviews Charles Bukowski’s poetry collection.
Swaram interviews Ageh Bharti: with anecdotes of the early days, when he was invited to Rajneeshpuram and Osho’s impact in the world.
News from Svagito about the long-awaited museum in Tuscany, Italy, created to house Meera’s artwork to celebrate her legacy as a painter and art therapist.
Once again the Indian media is in full swing, reporting breathlessly about two new books to be published this year, both about Sheela.
“Online Osho events continue unabated… There is no way even a global pandemic can shut the master up,” writes Samarpan referring also to today’s event with Keerti.