Bauls say, “Whatsoever you love you become, and whatsoever is your love you will find.”
“We will also need a new societal structure that is more in alignment with our awakening consciousness,” states Mayuri in her essay about the implications of Covid-19.
In these times of social isolation due to coronavirus, my mind travels to India, where I once lived swathed in its jasmine perfume, writes Florencia Varas in pressenza.com, Chile. Published on 29 June 2020.
It’s time to police the police with an inner education that checks reactions like anger, fear, violence and suppressed hatred. New contributor Rona Ramesh offers her perspective on a quiet form of police brutality.
This video shows a food fest during lockdown at Osho Nisarga in Dharamsala which took place a few days ago.
Defilement over what protesters claim are ‘harmful’ stereotypes about white men’s penis size. Published by Waterford Whispers News on June 23, 2020.
There isn’t one world, but as many worlds as there are people, notes guest columnist Param Srikantia (Deva Anugraha). Published on cleveland.com, June 14, 2020.
A tongue-in-cheek FB posting about what happened this year so far – copied and pasted on FB by Loren Madi Chait Soria.
“My suggestion is that a black hole is like a door: from one side it is a black door, a black hole – things go into it and disappear into nothingness,” says Osho.
The star’s mysterious disappearance could hint at a new type of stellar death, writes Brandon Specktor in LiveScience, published on July 1, 2020.
Zarathustra has said, “Man is a rope stretched between the animal and the superman. He is a bridge and you should not make your house on the bridge…”
The celebrated writer reflects on how this once-in-a-lifetime experiment of global stillness can teach us to see the world with new eyes. Published on BBC, June 11, 2020.
Osho answers Yoga Anurag’s question: According to what I have been hearing you say, the title of this series, Theologia Mystica, seems to be a contradiction in terms.
David came to darshan some weeks ago. A friend of the English novelist, Pankaja, David is a potter, and at his first darshan told Bhagwan that he has been involved in Subud, writes Maneesha.
Osho speaks about the process of a conscious death and nature’s indication to become aware that death is approaching.
After their visit to the Mogao Caves, Veena and Michael set out to discover the Singing Sands. Part 3 of 3 of this series.
“[It] is a common experience in medical colleges that the kind of sickness the students are learning about … starts happening to many students,” states Osho.
Interview with the Dalai Lama by Justin Rowlatt via a video conferencing app. Published on BBC, June 13, 2020.
Osho states, “The whole function of the Master is just to bring you home – which you had never left in the first place.”
Ajit remembers how he tried to get Osho to a photosession at the Hanumantal Jain Dharmshala, located close to where he was staying.
Illinois Chief Judge unloaded on Governor J.B. Pritzker’s still-in-effect stay-at-home order, writes Susie Moore. Published in RedState on May 26, 2020.
…I know something, as do you. It is that there can be no despair when you remember why you came to Earth, writes Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Published in Science and NonDuality.
If our mindset is hijacked by anxiety let’s flip our heartset. Watch the whole video and don’t miss the inspiring flip!
“This false ego which you have created by not looking in, by continuously looking out, is the root cause of fear,” states Osho.
In Part 2 of 3, Veena describes the magnificent visit to the Mogao Caves that left both her and Michael in overwhelming awe, and made her ponder Osho’s insistent use of the phrase ‘the ten thousand buddhas’.
Osho on Chekhov’s story: “To say no to anything is very easy… To be positive, to say yes, is very difficult.”
“Now, before we enter into our daily meditation… just to drop all burdens, all the worries of the world, and have a few good laughs,” says Osho.
Osho speaks on two occasions during discourse about meeting with Bodhidharma in an incarnation about 1400 years ago.
An obituary attributed to have been published in The Times, England, approximately seven years ago. A time way before NOW…
While “enjoying the wild ride that is today’s world,” Srajan dusted off one of his favourite books, last read about 20 years ago.
Nepal, the eternal Himalayan abode of Shiva and Gautam Buddha is gradually being lured into a lethal trap by the atheist communist party of China, writes Chaitanya Keerti.
An energetic 2018 video of French Père Franck Legros dancing with a crowd singing a song called Domine.
Existence is full of love and laughter. Let’s not make it serious and morose, suggests Pratiskha Apurv. Published in the Speaking Tree, May 9, 2020.
Rinzai said, “That which can be heard will not be essential. I have given you the key; silence is the key…”
In Part 1 of 3, Veena embarks on a journey to the ancient city of Dunhuang to find the origin of Osho’s often-used phrase: the ten thousand buddhas. These stories will be part of her next book, ‘Farewell to Song Mountain’ which she is currently writing.
This song was written and recorded in Greece during Pernilla Kannapinn’s artistic quarantine. It premiered on March 29, 2020.
A quote by Walter ‘Walt’ Whitman (May 31, 1819 – March 26, 1892), American poet, essayist and journalist.
The eco-benefits of the current coronavirus lockdown for cleaner, greener and vibrant nature need to be preserved, writes Ma Lavlin (Dr. Lavlin Thadani).
Osho speaks on the second of three Tantra techniques using imagination; “If you can train your imagination, you can do wonders through it.”