Sundar recalls a special moment in darshan when he passed on a message to Osho.
Deva Dosa contemplates miraculous healings and insights gained from a profound Upasana Meditation, shared globally for the first time via an Internet platform.
In the Zooming Grace series, Deva Dosa interviews the Laughter Doctor, Rakesh Shah, MD, to learn about the benefits of laughter, still the best medicine.
An essay by Puri (Puri Rüdiger Fey MD) that sheds light on immunity and the vaccines that are being researched.
A video interview with Madita by Shiva of the Loving Centre of Transformation in Ahmedabad, for his Love Channel.
Srajan recalls an exciting hike in Hawaii, from the Waipio Valley to the Waimanu Valley with a magical intervention.
In this article, Deva Dosa interviews Master Healer Gyankirti after enjoying three of his recent zoom offerings. (Part 3)
Punya writes of her time working in the Twinkie’s office in Rajneeshpuram – from her book, On the Edge.
Deva Dosa contemplates miraculous healings and insights from the abundance of Zoom offerings (Part 2).
Madhuri describes a meditation; “You journey inwards and enter your own ‘secret garden’, and while there, you meet a wise person and can ask her questions.”
In the new series, Deva Dosa contemplates miraculous healings and insights from this summer’s abundance of Zoom offerings.
Chintan talks to Punya about his early life, his studies, meeting Osho, making cheese in the Pune ashram, and his farming experience on the Ranch.
In part 2 of her recollections, Bhagawati returns to Rajneeshpuram where intense times and historical events take place.
Antar Marc shows the history of massage therapy, one of the most commonly practised forms of holistic medicine.
Veena recalls events and perceptions from the first two years in Rajneeshpuram, working as a Twinkie.
“Good Science offers the opposite of Certainty, but is hijacked by politicians,” writes Guptadana in this essay.
Divakar reflects on finding our own inner wisdom. A way to navigate a path to truth, through an ocean of opinions, beliefs, and information overload.
In this second part, Prabhat remembers being an armed security guard towards the end of the Rajneeshpuram experiment.
Antar Marc has a look at hypocrisy, an expression that describes much of what can be seen wide-spread in this time of crisis.
A true story by Chintan about two holy Zen characters, a possible cure for mental illness, a terrifying rooster, and a horror story starring Jack DeCoster.
Anuragi, on a visit to Chandrapur (Chanda) a few months ago, met with Sharda, Anandmayee’s eldest daughter.
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.
Shantamo and Nancy have prepared for us an article on the various Circuitries as used in the Human Design system.
Osho News talks to Prem Sadhak, one of the developers of the app and initiator of the OneWorld Meditation commencing on July 5, 2020, Guru Purnima.
With “Here we are in Italy, the country of pasta and – I must say without any doubt – pasta is really good here, and it comes in all kind of shapes,” Shantidharm starts the final part of his life story.
After their visit to the Mogao Caves, Veena and Michael set out to discover the Singing Sands. Part 3 of 3 of this series.
Madhuri describes an inner journey that helps you see what is healthy for you to take in from your surroundings and the people in them, and what is not.
Anam reflects on the importance of our outer appearance. “People prefer to make a positive impact on themselves, rather than trying to impress others.”
Part 3 of Shantidharm’s life story: Once around the world, landing in Tuscany after some more stops in between…
Ajit remembers how he tried to get Osho to a photosession at the Hanumantal Jain Dharmshala, located close to where he was staying.
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’.
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.
Shantidharm leaves Pune, works in Paris, Rajneeshpuram and a few communes in Germany and Switzerland. And in Berlin he meets Deepa, his life companion! (Part 2)
The eco-benefits of the current coronavirus lockdown for cleaner, greener and vibrant nature need to be preserved, writes Ma Lavlin (Dr. Lavlin Thadani).
An interview with Deuter (Chaitanya Hari) by Waduda and Bhikkhu, founders of the music label, New Earth Records.
Swiss photographer and musician, Chandra, offers an experiment for lovers of photography. A switch from the subject to the object. From the result to the present moment.
Jamie’s ways of finding a balance on the razor’s edge, while giving more attention to the light than to the dark.
Ajit Jain remembers when Osho took him on a trip by car to Gwarighat, a small town near Jabalpur, and what happened when it suddenly started raining…