Phoebe’s horoscope with quotes from Osho; “Once you know how to enter a single moment with love, you have entered eternity; time is no more.”
Nepal, the eternal Himalayan abode of Shiva and Gautam Buddha is gradually being lured into a lethal trap by the atheist communist party of China, writes Chaitanya Keerti.
Existence is full of love and laughter. Let’s not make it serious and morose, suggests Pratiskha Apurv. Published in the Speaking Tree, May 9, 2020.
Rinzai said, “That which can be heard will not be essential. I have given you the key; silence is the key…”
In Part 1 of 3, Veena embarks on a journey to the ancient city of Dunhuang to find the origin of Osho’s often-used phrase: the ten thousand buddhas. These stories will be part of her next book, ‘Farewell to Song Mountain’ which she is currently writing.
In this Love Osho podcast we hear Anam talk about how Osho used to guide therapists and also what he has learnt from Osho that helps him face the current crisis.
Shantidharm leaves Pune, works in Paris, Rajneeshpuram and a few communes in Germany and Switzerland. And in Berlin he meets Deepa, his life companion! (Part 2)
The eco-benefits of the current coronavirus lockdown for cleaner, greener and vibrant nature need to be preserved, writes Ma Lavlin (Dr. Lavlin Thadani).
An interview with Deuter (Chaitanya Hari) by Waduda and Bhikkhu, founders of the music label, New Earth Records.
As online events are not coming to an end very soon, Punya has put together another update, inviting friends to comment on their experiences with these new tools.
‘Mela’ is new project from Chinmaya Dunster and producer/DJ Ben Fordham, who met last year at the Devon Steiner school where they have a child in the same class.
Osho states, “Ego is a false notion of something which is not there at all. ‘Self’ means a center which can promise. This center is created by being continuously aware, constantly aware.”
Ojas speaks about his life in the commune and reads a letter from Osho which is relevant to the present crisis. He also talks about how meditation can help deal with physical pain.
Swiss photographer and musician, Chandra, offers an experiment for lovers of photography. A switch from the subject to the object. From the result to the present moment.
Buddha Purnima is the day of death and resurrection with a message that all of us are buddhas, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in The Times of India and Speaking Tree on May 7, 2020.
“The priority should be your attainment of spiritual freedom, because political tyrannies come and go,” declares Osho
Jamie’s ways of finding a balance on the razor’s edge, while giving more attention to the light than to the dark.
Episode 75 of Love Osho’s weekly podcasts: Nayana on taking sannyas as a young adult, her love affair with horses, her farm in Portugal and the yearly Osho Festival there.
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.
Sannyasins talk to Swaram on being a historian for Osho, their path with their Master and the joy of living alone.
Phoebe’s horoscope with quotes from Osho. “To discover your being is the beginning of life. Then each moment is a new discovery, each moment brings a new joy…” is the mood of this month.
Ajit Jain remembers when Osho took him on a trip by car to Gwarighat, a small town near Jabalpur, and what happened when it suddenly started raining…
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…”
Osho comments on one of the many mysterious stories of the Sufis; “Whenever a mood comes to you … always remember: This, too, will pass.”
Part of an interview by Shashikant Sadaiv with Rasa Didi, aka Ma Yoga Bhakti, published originally in Hindi in Sadhana Path & Osho Today magazines in 2016.
Osho tells an anecdote from his school days (with audio) – “…if you are aware, suddenly you are alone.”
Shantidharm writes about growing up in France, his travels and finally his arrival in Pune. (Part 1)
Premgyan presents his song inspired by an early morning in the countryside. Video by Suryam, vocals by Sangit and Premgyan.
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?”
Musician and choir master Chandra explores the gaps between the notes, the ‘general pauses’ as they are called in classical music.
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.
Love Osho’s podcast of Siddhartha who came to Pune as a 4-year old. He talks about meeting Osho, his special friendship with him, and the importance of Osho’s original work.
Transcript of an interview with Veena about Nirvano by Swaram for Love Osho’s podcasts; broadcast on 11 December 2019.
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.”
Osho says, “Through judgment you can never be intimate with a Master. Judgment creates barriers. Only through trust an intimacy arises…”
Osho states, “Democracy basically is mobocracy. There is a tendency in the mob to follow others. Somebody raises his hand, the others follow. The mob are like sheep.”