Part 2 of ‘Tales from Arjuna’, the singing security guard in Rajneeshpuram.
The mediocre ones will always yield to you, but the one who is not mediocre will rebel because the very quality of his mind is rebellious, writes Keerti. Published in the Deccan Chronicle on October 14, 2019.
“Don’t force rules, just try to understand things. If you force rules upon yourself you will not become enlightened,” states Osho.
You often say that prayer is a state of consciousness. And you also say that prayer is a state of gratefulness. Then how is it that prayer is not non-dualistic?
Recalling some of the magic moments during discourse and darshan in Chuang Tzu Auditorium. Commentary by Prem Maneesha.
A quote by David W. Orr from his book, Ecological Literacy: Educating Our Children for a Sustainable World.
“Difficult not to choose, but try – and in everything… When you feel hate, try to move to the middle. When you feel love, try to move to the middle,” states Osho.
Lovers become mirrors to each other, and then love becomes a meditation, states Osho. Published in The Free Press Journal, 12 November 2019.
Ma Yoga Shobana speaks to Dhyan Khayyam in Autumn of 2014 at Gangadham, Rishikesh, India, revealing her deep love and devotion for Osho that began in 1967.
There have been enlightened mystics – self-realised souls – but they were not so educated to communicate effectively with modern scientific people, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on November 11, 2019.
… a man questioned the tailor. ‘Don’t you remember God created the whole world in six days?’ The tailor said, ‘I know. And look at the world, how he messed it. That’s what happens if you do things in six days.’ An anecdote told by Osho
Naina writes about the importance of having a Satguru, a true spiritual master, in our lives. Published in The Sentinel, October 24, 2019.
Acharya Rajneesh’s wisdom was at a whole other level and this can be proved by these quotes, writes Kunal Bansal Chandigarh. Published on Thrive Gobal, October 18, 2019.
Leeladhar, an enthusiastic nature lover, set out to explore part of the Grindelwald area in Switzerland.
It has been revealed that Bob the Tomato identifies as a vegetable. Published on Babylon Bee on November 6, 2019 (adapted).
“All your seriousness is about sandcastles. And you yourself will leave them one day, trampling them down, and you will not look back,” adds Osho to the anecdote.
Historic Sikh celebrations are held in India and Pakistan on the eve of the 550th anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak – the founder of Sikhism, writes Kul Bhushan.
Nwenna Kai lists important foods and sunlight as support for the well-being of our pineal gland. Published on Wake Up World on November 4, 2019.
Three Aussie guys, Shane, Ricky and Jeff, were working on a high-rise building project in Wagga Wagga.
Beloved Osho, Recently Rudolph Hess, one of the last Nazi big shots, died. He committed suicide in jail in Berlin, where he was imprisoned for forty-six years. He was the right-hand man of Adolf Hitler.
Living life in totality is the first step towards consciousness, towards celebrating Deepavali every day, writes Pratiksha Apurv in the Speaking Tree. Published on October 26, 2019.
Nikki Harper on latest evidence of cell phone radiation danger and the significance for 5G radiation. Published on Wake Up World on November 4, 2019,
Osho says: “You cannot repress any thought… The easiest thing is not to force, but to be just a witness.”
Short excerpt from a video interview with Dr Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD, about the imminent dangers the human pineal gland is exposed to.
In his third article of his series, Bernard Levin described observing sannyasins, and commented on the impact Laxmi had on him. Published in The Times, UK, 10 April 1980.
“The poetry is beautiful because there are sudden leaps and jumps…The prose moves on plain ground, in a logical sequence,” states Osho.
“If this is possible – to have space and togetherness both – ‘then the winds of heaven dance between you…'” states Osho.
Talking Heads frontman and noted solo artist David Byrne has announced a new editorial venture called Reasons to be Cheerful, writes Rob Arcand in SPIN, August 24, 2019.
In his second article of four, Bernard Levin described the impact Osho’s presence and discourse has. Published in The Times, UK, 9 April 1980.
Pete Redfern writes about the impact of a painting by Banksy showing the House of Commons run by chimpanzees. Published in SOTT and NewsThump on October 4, 2019.
Visiting Osho Jetban in Lumbini, Mahika Mahiya learns the difference between the tourist-trap ‘Disney Buddha’ temple and the real Maya Devi Temple. (Part 2)
A rather large part of the population in various countries is lately feeling called upon to demonstrate, writes Bhagawati.