For men, vulnerability is not something to be confronted and expressed directly in the same way as it is for women, writes Divakar (Marc Itzler).
Karunesh reflects on how part of our mind listens to the basic human needs at the cost of the Soul’s needs.
Osho says: “You cannot repress any thought… The easiest thing is not to force, but to be just a witness.”
Deva Peter talks to Swaram about his path to Osho and about painting and taking care of his famous Rolls Royces.
In his third article of his series, Bernard Levin described observing sannyasins, and commented on the impact Laxmi had on him. Published in The Times, UK, 10 April 1980.
In a short note Veet reflects on a photo of a photographer’s grandmother recently exhibited in an art gallery.
“If this is possible – to have space and togetherness both – ‘then the winds of heaven dance between you…'” states Osho.
Phoebe’s horoscope for the month of November, with quotes from Osho: “Go on watching your own mind, heart.”
In his second article of four, Bernard Levin described the impact Osho’s presence and discourse has. Published in The Times, UK, 9 April 1980.
Visiting Osho Jetban in Lumbini, Mahika Mahiya learns the difference between the tourist-trap ‘Disney Buddha’ temple and the real Maya Devi Temple. (Part 2)
A rather large part of the population in various countries is lately feeling called upon to demonstrate, writes Bhagawati.
A short, but hilarious, excerpt from Radha’s book, Tantra: A Way of Living and Loving – a day at work on the Big Muddy Ranch.
An excerpt from Subhuti’s book, Wild Wild Guru, about his career move from journalist to truck driver.
Nirav shares a recent event in his life where he had to overcome an unexpected challenge and find his way back to the present. A help was this quote, “Be the person who breaks the cycle. Vow to be better than what broke you – to heal instead of becoming bitter, so you can act from your heart, not your pain.”
Presently visiting China again, Veena writes about an interesting story she heard that is related to Lao Tzu.
From birth onwards, time seemed to me to go faster and faster. But since we left America, just over two months ago, it feels to me like whole lifetimes have passed. Osho, what have you done to time?
Punya was invited to an introductory event for the Ronnie Gardiner Method (RGM), that has proven beneficial not only for old-age memory loss, but also for stroke, Parkinson’s, MS and dementia patients, and children with learning disabilities.
In September 1969 Osho travelled to Kashmir to hold a two-week meditation camp in Pahalgam, Kashmir. Bhagawati collected vignettes from various publications.
“The people you think are moral are just repressed people, egoistic, carrying all sorts of repressed desires in them. Once an opportunity is given to them, they will explode,” concludes Osho.
Mahika Mahiya celebrates a sacred past life memory that for her, could have happened only at Osho Jetban International Commune in Lumbinī, Buddha’s birthplace, in south-central Nepal. (Part 1)