While “enjoying the wild ride that is today’s world,” Srajan dusted off one of his favourite books, last read about 20 years ago.
Madhuri reviews one of Natalie Goldberg’s books – “Useful, sage, and nourishing – for anyone who loves to scribble – or possibly even if you don’t.”
Deva Premal’s new creation has been released worldwide across digital platforms today. The mantra is recorded at a traditional pitch of 432Hz.
A book review by Madhuri; “It’s a good story … well worth reading – very well-written, compassionate, gripping, thorough.”
The many recipes you have read on Osho News, and many more, are now available in book form: a vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar-free cookbook created by Maria-Carin Gala. 120 recipes – each with a colour photograph.
Jalal reviews Anadi Martel’s splendidly produced book about his research with light, health and wellbeing.
Punya reviews Siddhena’s book that is being launched today, 18th January 2020 in Tokyo; “A treasure trove… packed with insights, suggestions and projects.”
A review by Subhuti of the ninth and final episode of Star Wars, with a few digressions to the past and present – and to Japan.
While reviewing this book, Madhuri reflected on issues like control, power struggle and verbal abuse and how it affects us.
Our in-house astrologer Phoebe reviews Sudhir’s book. “A spicy new take on the ancient art of stargazing,” she says, “I can warmly recommend…”
Madhuri reviewed the film starring Aretha Franklin after she saw it in the cinema, and shares what happened on her way home.
Videha’s review of Osho’s discourse series on one of the most famous and profound sutras of Buddha, the Vajracchedikā Prajñāpāramitā Sūtra, The Perfection of Wisdom That Cuts Like a Thunderbolt.
Osho News was invited to a preview of the webshop for reproductions of Padma’s work, and to pose a few questions to the artist.
Last week has seen two private screenings of Lakshen’s fresh-off-the-press documentary here in Corfu. A few notes and impressions by Punya (and friends).
Iena SpiritWalker Robinson reviews the recently published book by White Star (Ma Prem Lino), subtitled The Journeys of a Psychic Mystic.
Svarup’s review of Madhuri’s just released memoir. “Put some time aside to read this book; it is a precious companion for entertainment, and growth.”
Manish Vyas reviews Chinmaya’s recently released album, subtitled ‘Music to inspire presence in the here and now’; “This album beautifully introduces the listener to the unique sound that only the hypnotic nature of Eastern music can offer.”
A review by Chinmaya on Yousuf Tilly’s book, subtitled ’30 Days in the Osho Ashram, Discovering the Soul of a Spiritual Enterprise’.
Sambodhi Prem’s introduction to his newly released album: “When I made the music of Buddha Universe I was thinking of nothing… I have found over the years that if I’m in such a space, the music comes, then all I do is capture it.”
Roshani reviews Savita’s recently published book: “If you wish to partake in the intimacy with Osho afforded to early Indian sannyasins, this is the book for you.”
Veena reviews Devakant’s recently published book: “…as well as being a positive antidote to the recent ugly misrepresentations in the ‘Wild Wild Country’ debacle, it is an informative, precious, wonder-filled book that is infinitely worth reading.”
New EP from Miten’s unplugged solo recordings: “These four songs returned to me, totally spontaneously, like old lovers to be welcomed and embraced,” he writes,
Madhuri’s review of Bart Layton’s 2018 docudrama: “I won’t tell you what happens in the end – but the film is worth watching.”
Kaiyum reviews Anjee Gitte Carlsen’s recently published book, subtitled: When terminal illness enters your life.
Raso’s songs in this recently-released CD are based on meditation and arose from her life with Osho and love of the wild earth.
Punya reviews Shastro’s recently released album – live improvisations on bansuri, a string of jewels that takes one right inside.
In this video, Russell Brand, widely-known firebrand (pun intended) and comedian, introduces his recently published book about overcoming addiction.
Bhagawati reviews the English translation of Satyananda’s bestseller, published in German in 1979 (‘Ganz entspannt im Hier und Jetzt’).
Lysan van Winden reviewed Modita van Zummeren’s recently released book, and after an interview with the author wrote an exposé about her life as a doctor, sannyasin, therapist, and healing from depression.
Srajan reviewed this book by Leonard Leinow and Juliana Birnbaum, subtitled ‘Healing without the high’.
Paul Prem Nadama reviews Madhuro’s recently released album – some new, some old-time beloved songs: “Congratulations to all involved. Great stuff!”
Padma presents her Calendar for 2019, showing artwork she did between 1998 and 2018, and reminisces about the time Osho told her to drop all ideas of sitting silently, but rather abandon herself in creativity. He had said to her, “Creativity is your meditation.”
Anand Kul Bhushan reviews Pratiksha Apurv’s just released book and says that it is a treasure for art aficionados and spiritual seekers.
Ghoshen reviews the film about a blind Sufi mystic who, guided by his young granddaughter, Ishtar, is on his way to a grand gathering of Sufis that takes place only once every 30 years.
A review by Abhi, courtesy of Osho Viha Magazine, of Deva Premal’s newly released album (launched 12 October 2018).
Nyay Bhushan presents his recently published photobook: “Most of the photographs in this book, celebrating the first decade of my art photography, were taken at numerous dance performances in New Delhi, India.”
Karin Reber’s review of Manish Vyas’ recently released album: “The songs fit very well into a cozy yoga class, or are a nice way to slow down after an exhausting day and to go back to our own self.”
Surendra’s review of a new book based on a series of talks Osho gave in Hindi during the early 1960s, the first book by Osho ever published, entitled Samadhi Ke Teen Charan.
A new translation from Hindi. The talks compiled in this book were given in the 1970s in Ahmedabad and Mumbai and originally published as ‘Hasiba Kheliba Dhariba Dhyanam’ – understand your anger, your worries, your tensions, your insomnia, your bodily diseases – why and how they arise, and how they can be overcome.
In this video Maneesha describes how her book – now available as e-book – came to be written. She also explains how different the perceptions of her book are from those of the Netflix docuseries ‘Wild, Wild Country,’ which covered many of the same events.