Tarpan recalls events in his childhood and in his working years as an engineer, when he did the Gibberish meditation for the first time at the Osho Meditation Resort.
Dance troupe Aliens Crew performs a dance based on singer-songwriter Forest Blakk’s poem, and is awarded 1st place at World of Dance Paris (video).
Two further podcasts by Love Osho; on death, therapy, not falling asleep and working in Osho’s library.
Prapat reports from the 5-day meditation cum music retreat in Nepal, inspired by Amritanand from Osho Niranjana in California and Milarepa with his One Sky Band.
Another excerpt from Steve Small’s book, ‘Mind the Gap’; his question to Osho is read in discourse, Primal group and lessons taken on from the therapists.
When passion meets inspiration, even a medium as dry as wood springs into life to tell a story. Sureel Kumar’s exhibition The Whispering Wood has quite a few in store! Gurnaaz Kaur in The Tribune, March 26, 2019.
Dhyanraj’s personal story of how he came to purchase marble slabs from Osho’s bedroom and bathroom, from which – almost thirty years later – he is making pendants and wands.
Chapter 21 from Laherubhai’s book ‘Blessed Moments with Osho’, about a special one-day-only sannyas initiation during the camp at Matheran.
Italian radio and TV screenwriter Roberta Lippi interviewed people who grew up with sannyasin parents or were sannyasins themselves. She stressed the fact that the title SOLI in Italian means ‘alone’ but also ‘suns’. By Punya
An interview with Devakrishna published in ‘Wild Wild Sheela’ by Roberta Lippi, researcher and presenter of SOLI, the recently released interviews of sannyasin children on storielibere.fm podcasts.
A 116-year-old Japanese woman, Kane Tanaka, has received the Guinness World Record for the oldest living person.
An excerpt from Meera’s book, ‘Dancing into the Unknown’ where she explains a healing technique: painting with a partner – illustrated by a video from a workshop.
Philosopher and comic Emily Levine talks on Ted: about making friends with reality, waves and particles, and death.
A portrait of Dorothy Maclean, co-founder of the Findhorn Foundation and Community, by Thomas Miller on Uplift.
Padma’s long-anticipated collection of Buddha images shown in a video, to the alluring music of Chaitanya Deuter.
Sambodhi Prem’s introduction to his newly released album: “When I made the music of Buddha Universe I was thinking of nothing… I have found over the years that if I’m in such a space, the music comes, then all I do is capture it.”
From Savita’s book ‘Dinner with Osho’: a story told by Shobhana about learning to appreciate what is beautiful in life.
A video for lovers of words, language and expressions: Snollygoster, fudgel, twattling, hum durgeon, dysania…?
Part three of ‘In the West’: Shivananda makes the best out his compulsory three weeks in the Swiss military service.
The show may not go ahead as Priyanka Chopra has agreed to play Ma Anand Sheela in a film directed by Oscar-winner Barry Levinson, writes the Deccan Chronicle on February 28, 2019.
Nirav tells a story as it happened a few years ago in Goa, a traumatic experience that went deep and that he never really managed to deal with. As the ‘me too’ movement started, his story came up again in a new light where it finally can be expressed.
Vistar writes about the Osho Bookshop and Meditation Center in Ahmedabad that his father started in 1994.
Prince Harry is said to meditate every day – along with 40 million people using the app Headspace – and 91 million people searching for the term on Google. Here’s how meditation can help with everything from stress, to your job. Article by Shireen Jilla published in QC on January 15, 2019.
A heartful welcome from Nitya and the Osho Sakshi team to take part in their monthly meditation retreats.
Part two of chapter ‘In the West’: Shivananda is court-martialled when he shows up for the mandatory annual Swiss army service dressed in orange and wearing the mala.
Young activist Greta Thunberg speaks at the UN COP24 climate talks in Poland, December 2018 (video): “…we have to speak clearly, no matter how uncomfortable that may be.”