Veena recalls events and perceptions from the first two years in Rajneeshpuram, working as a Twinkie.
In this second part, Prabhat remembers being an armed security guard towards the end of the Rajneeshpuram experiment.
Anuragi, on a visit to Chandrapur (Chanda) a few months ago, met with Sharda, Anandmayee’s eldest daughter.
Ajit remembers how he tried to get Osho to a photosession at the Hanumantal Jain Dharmshala, located close to where he was staying.
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…
Part of an interview by Shashikant Sadaiv with Rasa Didi, aka Ma Yoga Bhakti, published originally in Hindi in Sadhana Path & Osho Today magazines in 2016.
Transcript of an interview with Veena about Nirvano by Swaram for Love Osho’s podcasts; broadcast on 11 December 2019.
Veet Asmi, aka Persephone Arbour, remembers her first darshan with Osho, from Osho World Online Magazine, July 2012
Recalling some of the magic moments during discourse and darshan in Chuang Tzu Auditorium. Commentary by Prem Maneesha.
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.
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.
In September 1969 Osho travelled to Kashmir to hold a two-week meditation camp in Pahalgam, Kashmir. Bhagawati collected vignettes from various publications.
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.
After we received scans of two theatre programmes, Bhagawati collected some snippets about the fabulous performances and troupe.
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.
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’.
Dayanand – Bliss of Mercy – One who belongs to the ancient wisdom of India – the story of the times Dayanand came to meet Osho – from the book ‘Past the Point of No Return’, compiled by Bhagawati.
In Komalta’s journey to sannyas, she comes, through her profession, into contact with the people from the publications department Naropa, and consequently with Osho’s words.
In this excerpt from Anasuya’s recently published book, ‘All the Colors of the Rising Sun’, the author arrives in Pune, discovers the monsoon showers, Osho’s meditations and rediscovers … dance.
When Anuragi visited Bipinbhai in Rajkot he also had the chance to meet Anand Christ, better known as Beatles.
A selection of portrait photos taken by late photographer, Dinubhai M Rawal. His son Bipinbhai remembers events he had heard from his father – as told to Anuragi.
Rashid addresses the issue how to go about protecting Osho memorabilia once a sannyasin who had been gifted with a present, leaves their body.
Urmila realizes that she has moved from the head to the heart and is now ready to take sannyas – from Savita’s book ‘Dinner with Osho’.
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.
Kul Bhushan writes about the time when sannyasins took over the London Hotel Café Royal on Regent Street for a weekend of song and dance, meditations and exhibitions.
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.
From Savita’s book ‘Dinner with Osho’: a story told by Shobhana about learning to appreciate what is beautiful in life.
Part three of ‘In the West’: Shivananda makes the best out his compulsory three weeks in the Swiss military service.
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.
From Chinmaya’s diary entries (1989) about playing for Osho in Pune. (Part 1 of 2). “Like any tribe, ours shares gossip and news quickly it seems, because out of the blue I find myself invited to take part in all sorts of musical events!”
Shobhana remembers an event while travelling with Osho; excerpted from Savita’s book, ‘Dinner with Osho: Intimate Tales of Two Women on the Path of Meditation’.
Part one of Shivananda’s next selection of short stories, ‘In the West’: here he talks about returning to Switzerland to find a job as Osho had told him to do.
Excerpt from ‘The Cosmic Madhouse’; Satyananda has moved into the ashram to write his book and embarks with other sannyasins to Bombay for a media conference to neutralize the negative impressions the photos in the media stirred up, showing naked participants in the Leela and Tantra groups.
In chapter 31 (Samadhi Tank) of ‘Blessed Moments with Osho’, Laherubhai writes about his experiments in the flotation tank and includes an excerpt from a discourse where Osho talks about the Samadhi tank.
An insider’s account of an encounter group, with an unexpected transformation through processes that would appear horrifying when watched from the outside – by Shivananda.
Excerpt from ‘The Cosmic Madhouse’. It is 1977; Jörg Andrees Elten and Jay Ullal from ‘Stern’ magazine arrived in Poona the day before and met with Arup in the ashram. She invited them to go/come for the morning discourse.
Ageh Bharti recalls the time when he was suspended from work as a Locomotive Pilot with Indian Railways, facing charges for causing a derailment.
Chapter 15 of Abhiyana’s book, ‘The Long Reach of the Dharma’: “We were all different, as different as could be, yet inextricably linked together through connection with this one man – a Buddha, a Christ in his own right.”