Part 2 of ‘Tales from Arjuna’, the singing security guard in Rajneeshpuram.
Recalling some of the magic moments during discourse and darshan in Chuang Tzu Auditorium. Commentary by Prem Maneesha.
Suha met Nabil Ghandi at Osho Tapoban in Nepal and introduced us to him. We asked a few questions about his passion – and profession: photography.
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.
Leeladhar, an enthusiastic nature lover, set out to explore part of the Grindelwald area in Switzerland.
For men, vulnerability is not something to be confronted and expressed directly in the same way as it is for women, writes Divakar (Marc Itzler).
Karunesh reflects on how part of our mind listens to the basic human needs at the cost of the Soul’s needs.
In a short note Veet reflects on a photo of a photographer’s grandmother recently exhibited in an art gallery.
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 short, but hilarious, excerpt from Radha’s book, Tantra: A Way of Living and Loving – a day at work on the Big Muddy Ranch.
An excerpt from Subhuti’s book, Wild Wild Guru, about his career move from journalist to truck driver.
Nirav shares a recent event in his life where he had to overcome an unexpected challenge and find his way back to the present. A help was this quote, “Be the person who breaks the cycle. Vow to be better than what broke you – to heal instead of becoming bitter, so you can act from your heart, not your pain.”
Presently visiting China again, Veena writes about an interesting story she heard that is related to Lao Tzu.
Punya was invited to an introductory event for the Ronnie Gardiner Method (RGM), that has proven beneficial not only for old-age memory loss, but also for stroke, Parkinson’s, MS and dementia patients, and children with learning disabilities.
In September 1969 Osho travelled to Kashmir to hold a two-week meditation camp in Pahalgam, Kashmir. Bhagawati collected vignettes from various publications.
Mahika Mahiya celebrates a sacred past life memory that for her, could have happened only at Osho Jetban International Commune in Lumbinī, Buddha’s birthplace, in south-central Nepal. (Part 1)
An excerpt from Meera’s posthumously published book, Dancing into the Unknown: Osho Painting and Art Therapy.
Chetna travelled to Borneo in Indonesia to visit the Semenggoh Nature Reserve, a sanctuary for orangutans, an endangered species.
Third excerpt from Steve Small’s book, Mind the Gap: these words that grabbed his attention; a new name in the post – Prem Sudesh; a ticket to India.
Iam Saums recounts his experiences from the past thirty years while occasionally leaving his sleeping body.
After we received scans of two theatre programmes, Bhagawati collected some snippets about the fabulous performances and troupe.
Swaram’s journey with anger (a taboo in our society), via repression and depression, then learning to appreciate the energy, expressing and transforming it in active meditations.
Subhuti’s journey from journalist to ghost-writer, memoir-writer, novelist and finally to published author with ‘Wild Wild Guru’.
Shakura replies to a few questions about Primal, a therapy she has practised around the world for the last 25 years.
On yet another visit to Rishikesh, Pankaja, with Subhuti in tow, looks at the changes that have happened since and documents the plight of the children growing up in the middle of garbage mounds.
Marc discovers that paleolithic flutes from more than 40,000 years ago maintain their beautiful sounds.
Punya met Indivar and Chaya last year when they were being trained by Leela to become Senior Trainers themselves. Now they have given their first training in their hometown Sedona. Indivar answers a few questions.
In Part 2 of Veena’s research into the dangers of electromagnetic fields and radiation to our physical bodies, she lines out several protective solutions she has found and applied to her daily life.
Subhuti reflects on a vital question – particularly if you live in England or India or anywhere else…
Jayadip wrote, “This morning during my morning meditation I heard the strong voice inside nudging me to share some of my experiences while living with Chinmaya in Pokhara 1986/87.”
Radha remembers her time with Chinmaya, their darshans with Osho, going into celibacy and deeper in meditation with him – excerpted from her book, Tantra: A Way of Living and Loving.
Part 1 of Veena’s in-depth research into the dangers of electromagnetic fields and radiation to our physical bodies.
In Memory of Osho’s disciple Yog Chinmaya: Bodhichitta’s spiritual journey at his feet & Bhagawati’s visit to his commune in Bageshwar.
Baba Vanga (Vangeliya Pandeva Dimitrova, 31 January 1911 – 11 August 1996) was a blind mystic, clairvoyant, and herbalist. Several of her accurate prophecies are shown on video.
As part of his ongoing series, ‘Enneagram of Famous Figures’, Subhuti examines two current political leaders.
Punya’s interview with Nisarg continues on the subject of Human Design: why it is important to experience one’s chart and not only receive information about it; about the Strategy of the type called Generator; about Emotional and Spleenic Authority.
Exciting news: the Osho TLV Meditation Centre in Tel Aviv, Israel, opened end of last month with a big celebration and champagne. (Lani talked to Punya via WhatsApp)
An item crossed off on Priya’s bucket list: a journey to the Sahara; “I suspect that sometimes just doing something that is compelling becomes as important as the thing you were actually drawn to do.”
Anasuya helps build the Hotel at Rajneeshpuram and experiences members of the Share-a-Home Program arrive and leave again – excerpted from her book, ‘All the Colors of the Rising Sun’.
An interview with Padma about her life as an artist, and in more detail, painting on Japanese screens covered in silver or gold leaf.