Archive for Remembering Here&Now

Taking Care of Osho

In an interview given to Sudha in 1978, Nirvano tells her story about how she came to meet Osho

The Device

Maneesha tells the story when Osho called her 'serious'

My Leaving Darshan

Osho talks to Jeevan about sexuality during her leaving darshan and she sings him a song

Beyond Finite Consciousness

Excerpt from Ann V. Graber's book The Journey Home: Preparing for Life's Ultimate Adventure

An Old Sinner

Maneesha receives Osho's loving Zen hits via Niskriya, the bald cameraman

Singing for Osho

Jeevan asks Osho in a darshan: How do you feel about me singing your words?

A Ride More Fly

Madhuri is invited by Osho for a drive in his Rolls in New Jersey and for a dance during a line-up in Jesus Grove on the Ranch

Living with a Contemporary Koan

Maneesha writes the questions for the Zen series: a way for her to learn what a koan is...

Guru Voodoo

An excerpt from Subhuti's My Dance with a Madman: Tales by a British journalist about his life with a controversial Indian mystic

Where will you run away in an earthquake?

Can you run faster than a tsunami? How do you cope with cataclysms like the earthquakes and tsunamis in Japan?

Happy Birthday from Fremantle

Video made by Australian sannyasins in the early eighties for Osho to see what his people were doing there

The Last Days of Rancho Rajneesh

Memories of the closure of the Ranch, written while they were still fresh in Viramo's mind


In 'Jesus Crucified Again, This Time in Ronald Reagan’s America' Osho tells us his journey from one jail to the next

The Irreplaceable Melody

Maneesha writes:

Remembering Now

Tom Rush's endearing song about remembering

Stations Along the Way

Ramaprem's quirky historical photo site of stations we shared along the way

The Incomparable Privilege

Maneesha remembers Osho's answer to her writers' block and reading for Osho from Nietzsche's Zarathustra

Our Final Questions

Maneesha and Amrito write their 'final' questions during the uncertain times in Uruguay

Kundalini Snake: Help!

The final meditation of the day experienced by newbie Fatima

The Whispered Transmission

Maneesha asks of Osho the questions of visiting journalists and sannyasins in Greece and later in Uruguay

An Experiment: Mind Over Matter

Osho asks Maneesha, during a discourse, to find out the tremendous control that the mind has over the body

Get ready for Nadabrahma!

Fatima's discovery of Osho's meditations continues with Nadabrahma, the sound of Brahma

How I Started Translating Osho into German

Nirvano's story of how he started to translate Osho's books into German, something he is still doing to this day

Reading the Questions to Osho: How It All Started

Maneesha tells us about being the question-asker in Osho's discourses

Osho’s father – Devateerth Bharti

During a rare interview in the seventies, Osho's father tells Sarjano about 'little Mohan's' childhood and how he took sannyas

Osho’s mother – Amrit Saraswati

During the seventies, Osho's mother tells Sarjano how she took sannyas and how she thinks of him as her Master but also her son

Nataraj: Our Next Meditation

Fatima discovers the god Nataraj, the dancer Nijinsky and her own blissful dance

A Photographer's Breakthrough

Visitors and press photographers at a summer festival in Rajeeshpuram, Oregon

Rajneeshpuram Residents Profile

Interesting data about the population in Rajneeshpuram collected by the University of Oregon in 1983

Get ready for Vipassana!

Fatima, with her startling humour, comments on our meditations. This month we start with ‘Vipassana’

The Rajneeshpuram Experiment: Utopia Found and Lost

The story of how Tarun, a deaf and autistic boy of 20, becomes a role model during his months in Rajneeshpuram.

The Beginnings of Osho’s Book Publications

A very brief account by Veena of how the publication of Osho’s books started.

The Rajneeshpuram Experiment: The Beginning

An excerpt from Roshani's autobiography: her first visit to the Oregon Commune in 1982.

8th September 1979: The first Mahaparinirvana Day

Nirvano remembers the day Osho's father died and became enlightened.