Varidhi from Greece

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left his body on 22nd July 2012

From Sugandho we hear: “Our loved Varidhi from Lesvos, Greece, has left his body yesterday night, on his own birthday. He was dancing in ecstasy to the song ‘Life is a Carneval’ and died on the dance floor. What a beautiful way – dancing to the other shore…”

Varidhi

Varidhi was the initiator and president of Osho Afroz Meditation Center on the Greek island of Lesvos, and was a well-known group leader, with a rich experience in particular of the meditative therapy Mystic Rose.

Life Is A Carnival – La vida es un carnaval

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Todo aquel que piense que la vida es desigual,
tiene que saber que no es asi,
que la vida es una hermosura, hay que vivirla.
Todo aquel que piense que esta solo y que esta mal,
tiene que saber que no es asi,
que en la vida no hay nadie solo, siempre hay alguien.

Ay, no ha que llorar, que la vida es un carnaval,
es mas bello vivir cantando.
Oh, oh, oh, Ay, no hay que llorar,
que la vida es un carnaval
y las penas se van cantando.

Todo aquel que piense que la vida siempre es cruel,
tiene que saber que no es asi,
que tan solo hay momentos malos, y todo pasa.
Todo aquel que piense que esto nunca va a cambiar,
tiene que saber que no es asi,
que al mal tiempo buena cara, y todo pasa.

Ay, no ha que llorar, que la vida es un carnaval,
es mas bello vivir cantando.
Oh, oh, oh, Ay, no hay que llorar,
que la vida es un carnaval
y las penas se van cantando.
Para aquellos que se quejan tanto.
Para aquellos que solo critican.
Para aquellos que usan las armas.
Para aquellos que nos contaminan.
Para aquellos que hacen la guerra.
Para aquellos que viven pecando.
Para aquellos nos maltratan.
Para aquellos que nos contagian.

Tributes

You can leave a message / tribute / anecdote to be published on Osho News using our contact form (pls add ‘Varidhi’ in the subject field)…

You had a vision and you made it happen!
That vision is alive as the blue crystal Greek water,
as the joyful spirit of all the people who gathered in Afroz,
as the wispering voice of the Master trought the valleys of the Lesvos island,
as your spirit who´s wild and free to dance in eternity!
Goodbye, Varidhi, to the next shore.
Lakshen

Beloved Varidhi, Farwell my friend. I’ve heard:

“We have come to be danced
Where the kingdoms collide
In the cathedral of flesh
To burn back into the light
To unravel, to play, to fly, to pray
To root in skin sanctuary
We have come to be danced! We have come.”
~ by Jewel Mathieson

and you knew it! I’ll miss you.
Gyana

Varidhi left his body in our arms. I lost my best friend and am receiving his best gift right now! It as if all the Mystic Roses that he did are released into space. Laughter, Tears and Silence…
Kaifi

Beloved, I keep in my heart the essence of your presence as our relationship since old times left! Varidhi, a rose for you, for your heart,
S D N

When Varidhi checked out from OIMR early this year (Jan 2012) I was just working at the main gate. He gave me his room keys and left happily. I had no idea that this would be the last time I saw him….
Khalid

Happy that I got to know you, Varidhi, and I think you ‘left’ us in the way you would have wanted it. Thanks for your love and laughter,
Bela

Beloved Varidhi, I came to know you in Pune where I took part in 3 Mystic Rose Meditation groups you facilitated, the last one was this year from April 11th til May 1st. You made me laugh and helped me to cry. I’m so grateful that I came to know you, you gave me so much.
Thank you for all your support! I miss you. Love and deep gratitude,
Ritikaa

With love to a sannyasin. You are in Osho’s eternal light.
Niyati

Bye-bye, beautiful man, happy to have met you. A real Zorba the Buddha you are, Varidhi! Thank you for you being you and your wonderful contribution to life, love, laughter. The mystic rose of your heart spreads her fragrance across the universe now. Fly, fly high, beloved,
Mahana

Varidhi, though I have never met you, my heart sings out: “What a way to go!” Thank you for being a beautiful reminder of the ultimate dance! With love,
Sourabh

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