A poem by the late Raymond Clevie Carver Jr., inscribed on his tombstone.
“It is written in my breath and bones to fly on the wings of silence, joy and celebration,” writes Dhyan Jyoti.
Two love songs in one by Gayaka (Luka van den Driesschen), first part written in Pune one week after Osho had left his body.
Multi-instrumentalist Kalyan created nine compositions as part of his sister’s photo exhibition in Basel, Switzerland.
Part 3 of Premgit’s photo essay, Earth, Love, Divine, honouring Mother Ganges in the timeless city of Banaras.
Part 2 of Premgit’s photo essay, Earth, Love, Divine, documents the festival celebrating Murugan, the warrior son of Shiva.
Lyrics, voice and piano by Marie Laure Barber, melody based on Hotel California by the Eagles, produced by Darpan.
Atmo invites us to the wonderous world inhabited by dolphins. His video is accompanied by Peter Makena’s voice in the song Gratefulness.
Max Ehrmann’s most acclaimed work which Osho declared “…seems to be one of the most ancient documents available today.”