A letter of invitation from the team behind this vital source of information on ‘everything Osho’.
Double post: Kul Bhushan lived and worked in Kenya for almost half a century and has twice stayed at Treetops and knows Kenya’s history of events in depth.
She was always there. But now, suddenly, she has gone. Subhuti comments on the transition from Queen Elizabeth to King Charles.
Nirguna’s letter to Henriette Hanky, the author of the essay, On the Afterlives of the Osho Mala, first published in #gurumedia.
Keerti voices his concern and opinion about the attempted sale of the Basho Pond plots by the trustees of the OSHO International Meditation Resort.
Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan turns eighty today – a moment to remember that Osho once mentioned one of his albums – by Radhika.
New date of hearing in Charity Commissioner office is 14th June 2021. Alongside the objection by Osho Friends Foundation to the sale of the plots which is presently with the Charity Commissioner in Mumbai, Neelam wrote a letter to the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, asking for his support in the matter.
Letter by Global Connections, dated March 6, 2021, on behalf of the Management Team, sent out to Friends and Centre Leaders.
A show presented by Raghav Malhotra at New India News Live – discussing Osho’s intellectual property rights, the role of OIF, and the importance of Osho’s Samadhi in Pune.
Shantamo examines, using his knowledge of the Human Design system, the characters and potentials of the protagonists of this year’s US elections.
A comment on FB by Kevin Akin where he remembers something he heard his father say regarding a shop in Riverside, California, where the family was living.
Marita Coppes would love to see municipalities or individuals designating and protecting forests in memory of all those lost to the coronavirus.
Nepal, the eternal Himalayan abode of Shiva and Gautam Buddha is gradually being lured into a lethal trap by the atheist communist party of China, writes Chaitanya Keerti.
In a letter, Siddho is asking: “Why wait for emergencies to be aware? Or to be compassionate? Or to be new and fresh every moment? Why not find out every day that our home is inside?”
A personal message from Nishant in the time of the coronavirus. “Feel free to share it as you like and also feel free to experiment with it according to your own understanding.”
Just back from a months-long journey in South East Asia, Chintan reports on what he found back home in Florida.
Swaram and Chetna write about their quest to connect with the earlier generations of sannyasins to create a bridge to the younger generations.
Kul Bhushan reports from New Delhi about the Inkpot India Conclave on Indian culture, with emphasis on gender equality.
Historic Sikh celebrations are held in India and Pakistan on the eve of the 550th anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak – the founder of Sikhism, writes Kul Bhushan.
A rather large part of the population in various countries is lately feeling called upon to demonstrate, writes Bhagawati.
Keerti refers to the media coverage about Osho and his sannyasins and addresses how to go about negative statements in particular now on the occasion of Sheela’s visit to India.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing on the Moon, on 20 July 1969, Subhuti puts the space race in historic perspective and comments on the significance of the photo of the earth taken from Apollo 8, the first manned circumnavigation of the moon, on 21 December 1968.
Subhuti shows how confusion, disagreement and debate over Brexit is the sign of a healthy democracy at work.
Julian Assange’s recent arrest in London, UK, is being widely reported in the media, writes Bhagawati. (The article includes a video-interview by journalist, author and documentary filmmaker, John Pilger.)
Pope Benedict blames the swinging sixties for sexual abuse and can’t seem to remember his own church’s history, writes Subhuti in this well-researched piece.
Subhuti comments on Priyanka Chopra taking on the role of Osho’s former secretary, Sheela, and producing the film.
The relentless hunting-down plans for WikiLeaks’ publisher are again coming to a head. His ongoing persecution is widely seen as a threat for freedom of speech. But not enough is being done to support him, and the nature of the charges against him are not transparent.
Indivar’s letter to the editors commenting on the fact that they had omitted to mention Osho’s Meditative Therapy, the Mystic Rose, and explains the benefit of this 3-week process.
Veena, after hearing Anando say in a recent radio interview in Australia that Nirvano was a schizophrenic, questions this statement and gives her point of view about her long-time close friend’s health. (Updated with reply from Anando.)
A letter from Neeraj about the recent European decision to accept the sign OSHO® as a branding / trademark for products and services.
A court in the European Union recently upheld rulings of lower tribunals (not courts) that had allowed OSHO as a trademark for OIF in the EU only. Sangeet explains the implications and preceding events, which are of high interest to all.
On October 11, 2017, the European Court of Justice pronounced its verdict in the OSHO trademark case, writes Ramateertha [of Osho Lotus Commune, Cologne, Germany].
Because of recent allegations and comments that have been made publicly, Ageh Bharti wrote a letter to shed light on the circumstances of Osho’s death.
Responding to the news about the inauguration of the Osho Chair in Gujarat, India, Anugraha writes to Satya Vedant.
Satya Vedant sent us an update about the Osho Chair at the V.N.S.G South Gujarat University in Surat, India.
A recent TV report broadcast in Hindi on August 13, 2016 by ABP News, India, asking ‘Who killed Osho?’ made headline news in the national media and was also circulated on Facebook.
An update by Satya Vedant in regard of the establishing of an Osho Chair at South Gujarat University in Surat, India.
A group of friends in Australia are looking to live communally again. A property goes to auction soon.
In 2007, the late Krishna Prem sent this letter in response to the Osho chapter in ‘God is not Great’ to Hitchens, with copies to OIF and the book’s publisher. The letter was found ‘coincidentally’ by Sarlo on the web.
After visiting GTU at the University of California a few weeks ago, Satya Vedant reports about another proposal for an Osho Chair at the South Gujarat University, India.