Archive for Tag Archives: ' bhagawati'

Eyes Emit Light

Firmly embedded in our collective subconscious is the belief that eyes are the windows to the soul.

Strange Sounds

Over the last year or so, there have been increasingly reports by people about ‘strange sounds’ they heard - and that globally.

A Rip in the Fabric of Reality

Neurosurgeon speaks about his near death experience while in a coma.

Remarkable Production of Gamma Waves Through Meditation

Reported widely by various media, Matthieu Ricard, a French Tibetan Buddhist monk was declared the happiest man on Earth by a group of scientists at the University of Wisconsin.

Soul exists in microtubules

Scientists to have found the location of the soul.

In Haleema’s Words

Fatima's novel was launched in Mumbai on October 26, 2012.

One In Five Americans Has No Religion

Ambika alerted us about a recent survey that shows the fastest growing 'religious' group in America is made up of people with no religion at all.

Edgar Cayce and 2012

Edgar Cayce (March 18, 1877 – January 3, 1945) was an American psychic and clairvoyant.

A Tune of Death

Abhiyana sent us this chilling video created by Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto, currently working as a curator for Lalique Museum, Hakone, Japan.

Memory Is Just Like Telephone Game

As a child, my friends and I used to love playing the telephone game.

Jesus Had A Wife

A quite sensational discovery has been made recently that most likely won’t be too pleasing to the Pope and the pundits at the Vatican.

Osho Bali Retreat Center

...opening on 1st October 2012 (tomorrow!)

The Love Play of the Gods

Bhagawati's review of Vimlan's inspirational Khajuraho documentary.

BPA – Invisible Poison

A recent article by Nicholas D. Kristof in the New York Times finally addresses the fact that common chemicals in our environment “may be even more harmful than previously [...]

The Strange Case of Julian Assange

Julian Assange has been in the news almost on a daily basis, ever since top secret US military reports and innumerable diplomatic cables were leaked by him two years ago.


An Indie film inspired by true events shows the destructive consequences of blind obedience.

Importance of Sleep

Modern man skips on the amount of sleep needed for the body to remain healthy and functioning well.

Noah’s Ark in Holland

Dutch creationist and millionaire building contractor Johan Huibers built a reproduction of Noah’s ark after he dreamt that Holland would be flooded once again.


Review of Ragini’s book, Unflappable – 6 Steps to Staying Happy, Centered, Peaceful No Matter What

Pain Is Produced by the Brain

Science recognizes more and more that meditation is helpful in curing dis-ease and resulting pain in the physical body.

White Bison

In an apparent effort to keep a grip on life in these days of astonishing incidents (natural and man-made) we read increasingly about visions of the future, myths, and signs. The [...]

The Ashoka Chronicles

Review of Premesh's Esoteric Trilogy, The Ashoka Chronicles

Same Old Leopard, Same Old Spots

Part three of Max Brecher's analysis on the 'Controversial American Commune'.

Earth at Tipping Point

A group of scientists warns that Earth is rapidly headed toward a catastrophic breakdown if humans don’t get their act together.

The Gift of Translating Osho’s Words

Bhagawati interviews Nirvano, translator of Osho's words into German.

Mind Survives Death

Since 2005, Robert Mays and his wife Suzanne have made a huge contribution to science by conducting concentrated research into the nature of consciousness.

John F. Kennedy and Secret Societies

More than fifty years ago, on April 27, 1961, John F. Kennedy gave a speech before the American Newspaper Publishers Association, in which he warned the press about the secret [...]

The Dream Before the Awakening

H.G. Wells was a fearless, outspoken and prophetic writer; 'The Time Machine' is among the many books he authored. His most consistent political ideal was the 'World State'.

Fukushima and Marine Life

Latest news is that Japan decided to restart two of their nuclear reactors.

Zen in the Kitchen

Bhagawati reviews Kaiyum's cookbook.

Detecting End of Life

The mother of all latest gadgets and apps is the ‘Last Moment Robot’, created by Chinese-born Dan Chen, an artist, designer and engineer who nowadays resides in Eugene, Oregon.

Bardo: An Interview with Veetman

We have conducted a long due interview with Veetman about his work on Bardo and conscious dying.

The Point of Vanishing

Two reviews of Rashid's book: A tale of truth and things imagined.

Supernatural Atmosphere: Deva Premal and Miten on Tour

The Badische Zeitung, a regional newspaper in Baden-Wuerttenberg in Germany, published on June 6, 2012 a very positive report about a recent concert given by Deva Premal, Miten and [...]

Der Spiegel: Under Whitebeard’s Spell

Subtitle: “He called himself Bhagwan and in the end Osho. He was at first the sex– then the Rolls Royce Guru. 22 years after the mystic’s death his ideas live on in hundreds [...]

Venus Once in a Lifetime

Do not miss the Venus transit on June 5 – 6!

Past the Point of No Return

Reviews and feed-backs on Bhagawati's compilation of stories.

Spice Cosmos

The Hamburger Abendblatt (Germany) visited Osho Ayu-Leela Restaurant in Hamburg, Germany.

For Love and Money

Part two of Max Brecher's: 'A Radically New Look at Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and a Controversial American Commune'.

Liquid Cello by Kalyan

CD by Swiss-Canadian musician Kalyan, reviewed by Bhagawati.

Japan without Nuclear Power

The last active nuclear reactor in Japan was switched off on May 5th and thousands of Japanese marched on the streets to celebrate this event, shaking "koinobori", carp-shaped [...]

B as in Bhagwan

Bavarian Radio, BR, visited the Munich Osho Leela Meditation Center and published their report also on the internet.

Death Can Take Over This Earth Any Moment

Are we ready for the next disaster?

Unmistaken Child

Review of a documentary about a Tibetan monk who had served his Lama for 23 years and is given the task to find the reincarnation of his master.

The Zaitz Alert

Part 1 of Max Brecher: A radically new look at Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and a controversial American commune.

When I Die: Lessons from the Death Zone

Philip Gould, Baron Gould of Brookwood (30 March 1950 – 6 November 2011) was a British political consultant and former advertising executive, closely linked to the Labour Party.

Crop Formations Keep on Cropping Up

Crop circles have fascinated the general public for decades. A quite mind-blowing accurate depiction of the planetary alignment on December 23, 2012 keeps us wondering...

Work in Europe, Returning to Rajneeshpuram and Life in Pune 2

Part 5 of Bhagawati's interview about her years in the commune given last year in New Delhi.

Breaking News: Greece and Osho

Warning: this is an April fool's news item...

Big Brother Is Indeed Watching You

You might be thinking the way you act, the way you live, the way you communicate is perfectly normal. It appears this is not so if you live in the US of A and maybe soon also in [...]