In Swaram’s interview, Rakesh speaks on how the commune in Pune was a laboratory for personal growth, and about Osho’s legacy today .
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18 May 2021
Rakesh had a slow start with Osho. He missed the first chance to meet him and when he did, it was an underwhelming experience. After taking sannyas, he lived in the Osho commune for many years even after Osho’s death. A loyal and committed disciple, he slowly realised that he was being called by another Master and his spiritual journey continues today with a new Master.
Anand Rakesh is a child of Holocaust survivors and a refugee from Communism during the Hungarian revolution of 1956. He grew up in Canada. Rakesh is a seeker of truth and a bodyworker. After many years living in India, he returned to Canada to live in the presence of John de Ruiter. He is currently writing a book about his life. rebalancing-edmonton.com