Punya participated in ‘a transforming healing process’ with laughter, crying and silence.
Punya interviews Nisarg on her favourite subject: Human Design. Part one is about finding our own inner authority to become more relaxed and centred.
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.
Indra writes about participating in the retreat held in Italy, saying it is the ultimate invitation to dive deep and grow.
Second part of chapter 5 from Modita’s new book, ‘Depression’. She writes about Failing and Inferiority, her experience with the Schema Therapy, and the Art Therapy Training with Meera.
Prachi describes one of the several meditation classes she conducts with corporate staff throughout India.
The first part of chapter 5 from Modita’s newly released book, ‘Depression: A Stepping Stone Towards Bliss’, talks about Schema Therapy, Social Isolation, and Entanglement.
Over a million children in 1,000+ government schools in New Delhi are learning about ‘Happiness’, reports Kul Bhushan.
Shaida (Catherine Auman) writes about humiliating realizations that can help progress on the spiritual path.
Every time I heard Osho talk on the subject of dreams he seemed dismissive of them on all levels – perhaps it was because of that reason, I only dreamt of him twice to my knowledge, writes Anugyan.
Excerpt from Prem Vandan’s new book, The God That You Are: “A god … is empathetic and sympathetic. He has a moral sense of right and wrong and he is concerned with human welfare. These are all positive aspects. Shame, guilt and regret are not.”
Anand Kul Bhushan reports how meditation helped twelve Thai boys and their coach to overcome emotions and fears during their long ordeal of being trapped in a cave.
Swaram writes about the fourth, the silent stage in Osho’s Dynamic Meditation, the benefits of silence in our busy world and how silence can be easily reached through this meditation technique.
Divakar (Mark Itzler) uses the metaphor of stage and auditorium to clarify why we hesitate not to follow the script (what is expected of us) and the difficulties we get into, once we have left the stage but need to go back to be part of society.
Chandrakala, former Osho Multiversity staff member, highlights her personal experiences with Gurdjieff’s major work to awaken consciousness.
Satya Puja aka Diana Richardson appears on TEDx in Linz, Austria, giving a warm and captivating talk how sex can bring healing and connection to one’s relationship.
Swaram’s observations during Osho’s most famous active meditation. He also shares the research he made of its various elements.
A 22 minute mini-docu on video about Osho by TV host Loran von Liebenstein aka ‘Von Lieb’ and DJ Lodewyck ‘Lo’ Berghuys from the Netherlands.
Just when you thought that you had escaped the Royals from this news outlet, a take from Subhuti from another angle, that of the Enneagram.
Veetman about his experiences while being with the dying, their relatives and friends. This article includes a beautiful meditation which can help to become more aware of transience.
Arun speaks about sannyasins and seekers and the importance of a disciplined and balanced life that includes meditation. Excerpt from his recently published book, ‘Panchasheel, Five Sutras of Self Transformation’.
In this second part of the interview with Punya, Bhadrena talks about the benefits of this therapy method, about embryology and the advantages her students get thanks to the recent accreditation of her school.
Vasumati explores the causes of our relationship problems and maintains that we can use our relationships as a way to wake up.
An excerpt from the book ‘Tantric Dating’ by Dhyan Shaida (Catherine Auman): “Romantic love prefers to be unrequited, causing a desire for someone you can’t have so bad you want to tear your heart out.”
Madhuri’s adventures while impersonating men to understand and discover their power. She also describes the meditation called Hara Burn. “I enjoyed myself so very much, to feel so strong and muscular… so autonomous and self-contained.”
An excerpt from Meera’s posthumously published book, Dancing into the Unknown: Osho Painting and Art Therapy.
Anand Maitrey, aka Maadhyam, is Kul Bhushan’s 13 year-old grandson. He is all for dancing so a family can bond in bliss.
In this first part of an interview, Bhadrena talks to Punya about her passion and life-work, its history, what happens in a session and what the practitioners are trained to do, mainly orienting to wholeness and Health.
Tantra teacher Sarita on the importance of discovering, and letting go into our senses. An introduction to the Tantra Festival, that will be held on Corfu in June 2018.
Zen Walking – this meditation was recently held for the first time at Oshodham, Delhi, with enthusiastic participants. Kul Bhushan reports about their experiences.
Rafia Morgan, one of the world’s top group facilitators and co-creator of the Path of Love process, talks about his work on video.
During most of my teens I considered myself a fairly thick-skinned, typical guy, writes Antar Marc in an essay about HSPs.
Rina writes about her experiences as a Manifestor and her inner journey with the help of Osho’s wisdom and Human Design; “It seems our cultural mindset is set out to improve, to fix, to move forward.”
Subhuti writes in detail on how a method for enlightenment ended up in court. “The Enneagram’s deepest value lies within the context of meditation. That is the turning point, at which self-understanding becomes spiritual transformation.”
Bodhicitta talks to Nirbija about how to invite Osho’s presence, being with dying friends, letting go, trust and relaxation. “The essential point of the Bardo is the insight that everything that happens between birth, death and afterwards is a projection, when parts of our mind are unravelling.”
Shantamo explains the significance of the Emotional Center, be it Defined, Undefined or Open. He also talks about decision-making according to Emotional Authority, as an individual as well as in a group.
Article by Rafia Morgan; “We often use spiritual practice and beliefs to avoid dealing with our painful feelings, our unresolved wounds, and our personal needs.”
In this video, Svagito answers various questions on this popular and effective therapy tool he has been working with and teaching for many years.
A few helpful tips from Swaram who has been teaching the meditation in London for quite a few years.
One, the Perfectionist, explained through a famous book character and an equally famous actress who played the part.
In this case study, Subhuti illustrates the strategy of Enneagram Number Two (‘The Giver’) with singer-songwriter Dolly Parton.
Subhuti takes Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen (1934-2016) as an example of an Enneagram Number Four: the Tragic Romantic.
Shaida writes on the inability to speak the language of feelings if this has not been learned in the context of the family. “Not learning the language of feelings can lead to feeling alienated from oneself and others.”
Continuing with the Enneagram of Famous Figures, Subhuti explains numbers Nine and Seven taking more British Royals as examples.