A quote by Jiddu Krishnamurti (11 May 1895 – 17 February 1986).
This month’s horoscope by Phoebe with quotes by Osho: “What is true for me is not true for all, and what is true for me today is not going to be necessarily true for me tomorrow.”
I asked a friend who has crossed 70 and is heading towards 80 what sort of changes she is feeling in herself?
Meditation makes us aware that even in difficult times when different aspects of life are pulling us apart, there is a deeper harmony within, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in The Times of India and Speaking Tree on August 14, 2020.
Osho says, “When the society is in a turmoil and everything is in crisis, a chaos pervades – this is the moment, if you want, you can escape from the prison.”
Suha shares with us two events in her recent life where she had to let go. Much gratefulness ensued.
Sarita writes about the breaking up of a relationship and describes a completion ceremony to do this in a beautiful way.
Apparently there’s a rather unknown world government group that was established in 1889 and in operation since then; its background and implications are explained by Aaron Dykes in this video by Truthstream Media, published on June 2, 2018.
Chaitanya Keerti writes about Zazen, the real art of meditation – the real secret. Published in Asian Age on October 2, 2018.
“You can be here, you can be on the Moon, you can be on Mars, you can change outer things – it makes no difference,” says Osho.
Subhan explains his four-step approach which has helped himself and many others find the work they love.
Prem Gaffar, a new sannyasin, says: “I’ve started to stand off and observe things and it looks as if… people are destroying themselves… The world is destroying itself.”
Nothing seems to be changing deep within the human psyche, writes Chaitanya Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle, India, on September 12, 2016.
Prem Geet reviews this brave, no-holds-barred documentary from 2009 that is currently broadcast on PBS in the USA. It is about Islam, feminism and change in a West Virginia Muslim community.
Following his appearance on BBC’s Newsnight, the comedian explains in The Guardian on 5.11.2013 why he believes there are alternatives to our current regime.
Lean back in your chair and let yourself be carried along in this motivating film about consciousness by Karsten Ramser.
Zen Gardner looks at the ongoing changes and shifts that are having an incredible impact on humanity, bringing about much needed change in consciousness.
The Japanese music band Frying Dutchman organised an anti-nuclear power march on the anniversary of the Fukushima disaster. They were performing “HumanERROR”, an album they had produced six months earlier.