Bhagawati reviews S D Anugyan’s latest book, now available as paperback and Kindle.
Madhuri’s review of Brock Talon’s memoir subtitled: Leaving Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Watch Tower after Thirty-Five years of Lost Dreams.
Avikal, author of the recently published book, Who Is In? speaks to Brian D Smith, author and founder of Grief 2 Growth (video and podcast).
Four more stories from Bhagawati’s book, serialized this month on Osho World: Premdaya, Dharm Jyoti, Rammurthi and Dayanand.
A review by Punya of Rajyo’s memoir; “Her recountings run off the pages you hardly notice that, inevitably, you have again gone past your bedtime.”
Excerpts from Rajyo Allen’s recently published memoir, Fumbling Towards Freedom: Initiations on the Path of Awakening.
Four more excerpts from Bhagawati’s book serialized this month on Osho World: Bhagawati, Sneha, Ananya/Mahendra and Amrita.
“Ma Yoga Neelam’s book `Being At Home’ sheds light on how police and PMC tried their best to keep the spiritual guru out of the city after he was deported from USA in 1987,” writes Vinita Deshmukh in PuneMirror on Janurary 21, 2023.
Ponderings by Punya with plenty of input from Madhuri; “Let the original inspiration that led you to write your book carry you through the inevitable labour pains of producing it.”
Now serialized online on Osho World – writes Bhagawati, the author of this compilation of life stories. Here the links to the first 16 stories.
Madhuri reviews Arjava’s latest book. She writes: “This is a playful, loving, happy person, and his understanding of his luck at meeting Osho runs through the whole book like a river.”
Sudasi reviews Avikal’s latest book: “A wonderful resource for everyone who seeks to deeply connect to the moment, and increase their awareness and understanding of themselves.”
Madhuri’s review of Andre van der Braak’s memoir; “The book is elegantly written, humble and erudite and friendly. I recommend it.”
Excerpt from Chapter IX, titled Therapy Groups in the East, of Vikrant Sentis’ book, From Esalen to Pune.
A book review by Chintan, disciple, author, literary lover, of the latest offering from Madhuri Z.K. Akin, writer extraordinaire!
Subhuti’s words after reading Russell King’s Rajneeshpuram: Inside the Cult of Bhagwan and Its Failed American Utopia.
Madhuri reviews Russell Miller’s book, subtitled ‘The True Story of L Ron Hubbard’, in part also through the eyes of the Human Design system.
How Shivananda came to design the book and cards for the Vigyan Bhairav Tantra set. An interview by Punya.
An invitation to visit Osho World’s new website to read, research and listen to Osho’s discourses and talks.
Shunyam Bansi reviews Prem Atta’s recently published book: “It’s as grand a human story as one could wish for.”
The Melbourne author’s second novel, In Moonland, taps into the mysteries that haunt us, writes Brigid Delaney. Published in the Guardian on September 12, 2021.
Madhuri reviews Misty Griffin’s book subtitled, An Amish True Crime Memoir of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Brutal Betrayal, and Ultimate Survival.
Dhyan Jyoti’s review of the soon to be published book by Karima. “It’s one of those books that you slowly explore, experience, engage with… till it becomes a part of you.”