Arjuna writes about his mother Vipassana’s passing.
Surrender is a very paradoxical state: on one hand you disappear, on the other hand you appear for the first time in your infinite glory, in your multidimensional splendor.
Grahi wrote this essay as a reminder to keep challenging and questioning the assumptions of most people.
On the occasion of celebrated Indian classical dancer Mrinalini Sarabhai’s death, Kul Bhushan reflects on Osho’s vision about celebrating death as much as life.
Q: Sometimes you talk nonsense in the lectures. How can you tell us to go and look for an alive master if you die?
Osho answers a question about death and the utter necessity to truly experience life so the conscious becomes more and more alive while the unconscious goes on dying.
In the face of the huge mystery of life, since the early ages humankind has consulted oracles. It’s very famous throughout history – like the oracle of Delphi.
Alan Watts (1915 – 1973), the British philosopher, writer and speaker, on the necessity of accepting death (original audio).
Mutribo invites all those who can to attend Premda’s one-man show on Saturday, August 15th at The Byron Theatre. It might be Premda’s swan song.
Bill Thomson interviews Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, Director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine at the Strang-Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in New York, USA. Published in Gong Sound Healing
Veetman explains what happens towards the end of our life-in-form, when the body enters the phase called active dying.
If you have ‘the right to live’ in the Indian constitution, you should also have the right to die – article by Kul Bhushan.
Khushwant Singh (2 February 1915 – 20 March 2014) was one of the paramount Indian writers and journalists of all times, says Kul Bhushan.
Osho, I am afraid of death, yet at the same time it has an incredible attraction for me. What does it mean?
A documentary filmed during the final weeks before Dr. Richard (Rick) Linchitz succumbed to cancer on May 13, 2013.
“According to Lao Tzu, good and evil is like night and day, and since god has made man independent, he can do good or evil as he chooses. But why is it that nature does evil? The floods come and innocent people get drowned, or a fire rages and people are burnt to death. There are so many natural catastrophes.”
Russian scientist Konstantin Korotkov photographed a person at the moment of his death with a bioelectrographic camera.
As reported by Bruno Waterfield of The Telegraph, UK, last month, the number of Dutch people choosing medical euthanasia has more than doubled in the 10 years since legislation was changed to permit it, rising 13 per cent last year to 4,188.
A powerful sharing by Anita Moorjani who – in a coma and supposedly dying – discovered that we are all one. She made a choice to come back and was completely healed within a short time.
Osho states, “Just as a tree leaves seeds behind before dying, similarly the body too leaves behind seeds before it meets death.”