Living life in totality is the first step towards consciousness, towards celebrating Deepavali every day, writes Pratiksha Apurv in the Speaking Tree. Published on October 26, 2019.
One Zen monk is reported to have said – every morning of his life after his enlightenment, the first thing in the morning he would say was, “Osho!”
Globally, in 2018, there were a record 1.4 billion international tourist arrivals, according to the World Tourism Organization (UNTWO), a rise of 6% over 2017. And every year the number increases.
The Buddha did not use the old Sanskrit language – he used the Pali language which everybody could understand in those days, writes Keerti. Published in The Asian Age on May 13, 2019.
Let life lead us towards our inner spiritual experience, suggests Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree, February 17, 2019.
Parents who maintain their socially-given identity cannot be the true guardians of the child, asserts Harry Krueger. Published in Wake-up World on June 7, 2016.
A quote by James Grover Thurber (1894 – 1961), American cartoonist, author, humorist, journalist, playwright, and celebrated wit.
Satya Puja aka Diana Richardson appears on TEDx in Linz, Austria, giving a warm and captivating talk how sex can bring healing and connection to one’s relationship.
Arun speaks about sannyasins and seekers and the importance of a disciplined and balanced life that includes meditation. Excerpt from his recently published book, ‘Panchasheel, Five Sutras of Self Transformation’.
Whether you are afraid or not, everybody is missing the train. It is good that you are afraid, because that may help you to understand why you are missing, says Osho.
When we walk, sleep, or even perform a mundane activity with awareness, it becomes meditation and the centring of our being begins, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree, February 4, 2018.
Keerti writes about Osho saying, “Love should come out of your silence, awareness, meditativeness.” Published in the Deccan Chronicle, January 31, 2018.
Osho says to a new sannyasin, “It is the greatest altruistic act one can do – to become aware – because by becoming aware you release awareness into existence…”
Osho answers a question about the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster that happened at the time he was in Uruguay during the World Tour.
Shaida (aka Catherine Auman) on what these experiences mean and how they can be integrated into our day-to-day lives.
Modern psychology has discovered a few things which are significant; although they have been discovered only intellectually, still it is a good beginning.
Q: How is it possible that the mind can go on producing thoughts constantly, and how can we stop that which we have not started?
David Icke speaks about Prince who recently died – on his incredible genius expressing music, living and breathing music.
Man is as if asleep. Man lives in a stupor – moves, works, is born, lives and dies, but almost fast asleep, snoring.
Modern scientists like Karl Pribram, David Bohm and others, have been stumbling on religion.
It seems so unfortunate that existence had to give women this thing called menstruation every month.
It has been found that hearts have their own brain and consciousness. This finding is important at it is a step towards the actual center of consciousness…
Zen Gardner looks at the ongoing changes and shifts that are having an incredible impact on humanity, bringing about much needed change in consciousness. Also included is a short talk by David Icke.
This video shows the tip of the iceberg – a compilation of just some of the recent catastrophes on our planet that made people worry, restive and all over very afraid.
This is the second of three excerpts from a discourse by Osho about right diet, right labor and right sleep:
Destruction is all around us and it appears that the next war is just one step away – or is it? In this video he calls ‘Epitaph’, Zen Gardner describes a possible future humanity is headed towards yet ends on a positive note with the encouragement “learn to follow your heart … and keep your fire burning brightly.”
Recently I have been reading articles by a writer who calls himself Zen Gardner, a name I find intriguing.