Param Srikantia (Deva Anugraha) explores the meaning of masks particular to the recent times. Published on cleveland.com, July 26, 2020.
James Lovelock speaks on his Gaia theory, the corona virus and about turning 101. Published on BBC, August 5, 2020.
A recent trip to the hospital in the time of the virus, penned by 91-year-old Peter Maxwell-Stewart, cousin of Anand Vandana.
“Good Science offers the opposite of Certainty, but is hijacked by politicians,” writes Guptadana in this essay.
Divakar reflects on finding our own inner wisdom. A way to navigate a path to truth, through an ocean of opinions, beliefs, and information overload.
“We will also need a new societal structure that is more in alignment with our awakening consciousness,” states Mayuri in her essay about the implications of Covid-19.
Nancy and Shantamo see a way to understand the source of the different perspectives and views, unclarities and uncertainties we are experiencing.
Marita Coppes would love to see municipalities or individuals designating and protecting forests in memory of all those lost to the coronavirus.
The eco-benefits of the current coronavirus lockdown for cleaner, greener and vibrant nature need to be preserved, writes Ma Lavlin (Dr. Lavlin Thadani).
Jamie’s ways of finding a balance on the razor’s edge, while giving more attention to the light than to the dark.
Param Srikantia (Swami Deva Anugraha) shows five ways how the COVID-19 situation can also be used as transformative. Published on cleveland.com, May 3, 2020
Blog No. 7 from Phoebe, 21st-28th April 2020 – “Fears, when Pluto is involved, will always be existential and transformative, and, if we are brave enough to move through them, can lead us to the discovery of a deep faith in life.”
Naina explores the opportunities that can emerge from the latest global crisis. Published in the Daily Excelsior, April 29, 2020.
Based on his own experiences, Grahi explores the path of Covid-19 and raises several important questions.
Blog No. 6 from Phoebe, dated 19th April: “At any moment in time, astrology allows us to step back and watch the ongoing themes arising in the public world and in our personal lives…”
Adi Shankaracharya had said that solitude is the key to happiness. Excerpt from the article published in timesnownews.com on April 13, 2020.
Via Instagram, Britney confronted online abusers who commented negatively about posting three images of herself wearing the same outfit. Published on Republicworld on April 15, 2020.
Interviews conducted by Swaram for Love Osho: Osho and the Prophecy of Nostradamus; Osho Neo-Sannyas and Reflections on Coronavirus.
Nadeen describes the events a few weeks ago that forced him to leave the Osho Meditation Resort and India.
Lord Sumption, former Supreme Court judge writes about the coronavirus lockdown. Published in The Sunday Times, April 5, 2020
In a letter, Siddho is asking: “Why wait for emergencies to be aware? Or to be compassionate? Or to be new and fresh every moment? Why not find out every day that our home is inside?”
Creativity and joy displayed to the tunes of a Les Miserables song goes viral. Shown on BBC Breakfast on March 31, 2020.
To counter inactivity and boredom, you can easily create a meditative situation for yourself and your friends, writes Kul Bhushan.
A small selection from Prabhat’s photographs taken in Tel Aviv, Israel, during the coronavirus lockdown and social distancing time.
Staying connected, supporting each other, meditating together and learning about ourselves via the internet – by Punya.
A personal message from Nishant in the time of the coronavirus. “Feel free to share it as you like and also feel free to experiment with it according to your own understanding.”
At Pune’s Osho Commune, every new international arrival is being screened. Ma Amrit Sadhna, spokesperson of the commune, said anyone who is unwell or has a temperature is being asked to stay outside until they are well. The Indian Express, 12 March 2020.
Just back from a months-long journey in South East Asia, Chintan reports on what he found back home in Florida.
Prince Charles not shaking hands but namaste – and being namaste-ed back – while greeting guests at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey yesterday.
Marc writes about Namaste being the best choice to greet each other – in particular also during times when viruses and bacteria are rampant.