Osho speaks about the constant effort to defeat the other at whatever the cost.
By using modern technology, I feel we are hurting this vibrating, juicy earth with the dead garbage of plastic, radioactivity, bad air and so on.
Please would you comment.
“This whole life is geared around wrong things. Money is more important than meditation,” says Osho, answering a disciple’s question.
Osho speaks on the impact of television and computers in modern life, asserting that computers can destroy people’s memory systems.
A couple, newly returned from the West, are present. The man says that whenever he has to deal with authorities – for example to get a visa – or even sees a policeman, he feels tense.
Why have human beings gone through this struggle since the very beginning? Were there not already highly developed civilizations living on this earth? And yet their consciousness got lost and man had to start all over again.
Kul Bhushan asserts that we can’t escape to another planet but rather ought to explore our inner space.
This non-commercial video was created by Vivek Chauhan, a young film maker, together with naturalists working with the Sanctuary Asia network.
As many of our readers know, Prabhavati Dwabha lives near Rishikesh above the Laxman Jhula bridge, where she built and runs an orphanage and the organic restaurant Ramana’s Garden, overlooking the river Ganges, many feet above the water level.
A group of scientists warns that Earth is rapidly headed toward a catastrophic breakdown if humans don’t get their act together.
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.
Destruction is all around us and it appears that the next war is just one step away – or is it? In this video he calls ‘Epitaph’, Zen Gardner describes a possible future humanity is headed towards yet ends on a positive note with the encouragement “learn to follow your heart … and keep your fire burning brightly.”