Nirvana talks to the Love Osho team about Osho’s meditations as individual processes in a collective energy field.
Osho quotes Coleridge: “These poems are the poems of my freedom – existence becoming free through me. These poems will have to wait.”
Reiki Master and bestselling author Frank Arjava Petter talks to Love Osho team, about how he came to Osho and about his research into the origins of Reiki.
Arjuna (John Hogue) remembers the morning he was responsible for making a grim and serious mystic J. Krishnamurti laugh like a luminous child of light.
“Between these two, everybody exists. Being a prince or being a beggar are just identities given by others. It is not your reality.”
In part 2 of her article, Veena explains the connections between kungfu and XinYiBa, and XinYiBa and the Gulun Kungfu Heritage.
“Perhaps I am the only one in the world who is in absolute support of mechanical brains taking over the work of human intelligence,” states Osho.
This month’s horoscope by Phoebe with quotes by Osho: “Who knows what is going to happen in the unknown?”
Buddha talks to Swaram on how he learnt to spot danger by virtue of meditation, and being in Osho’s physical proximity.
Osho states, “… there is no need that the revolution should happen before our eyes. It is contentment enough that you were part of a movement that changed the world.”
Veeno’s Tarot reading: “The Ace of Clubs: Death and new beginnings. The powerful creative force behind everything that emerges and passes away.”
Veena explores reasons why it is difficult to understand the mysterious philosophy of XinYiBa and attempts to explain it.
Part 2 of Premgit’s photo essay, Earth, Love, Divine, documents the festival celebrating Murugan, the warrior son of Shiva.
Osho: “That’s what I have been doing my whole life, telling people, ‘Just a little more. Soon you will be reaching.'”
Sumeru talks to Osho News about his life and work as an aerospace engineer, his path as a sannyasin, and retiree.
Osho states, “And without being awakened you miss life, its meaning, and you will miss your death and its meaning.”
“The perfect expression of art may be in worlds beyond, but it is gratifying one may not need to go so far to seek it,” expounds Anugyan in this essay.
Practitioner and trainer Chintan, explains this therapy in the light of the life-events already described in this interview.
Lyrics, voice and piano by Marie Laure Barber, melody based on Hotel California by the Eagles, produced by Darpan.
Osho concludes his commentaries on the last stanzas: ‘With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful.’
This month’s horoscope by Phoebe with quotes by Osho: “A life without love is life without life itself. It is just lived at the minimum, somehow lived, in fact a drag.”
Anugyan, a Rebalancing teacher, speaks to Swaram about bodywork, bringing meditation and Osho’s vision to the real world and integrating the inner with the outer.
“Desiderata says: Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. Don’t condemn yourself – you are a child of the universe,” states Osho.
Veeno’s Tarot reading: “The King of Diamonds: A wise teacher. A genuine leader of mankind. An entrepreneur who brings out the best in his associates. He learns and teaches through experience. He is benevolent, generous, and well grounded!”
Swiss craniosacral practitioner Chintan continues exploring the question: What’s the nature of healing? What is healing about? Interview by Punya.
Marketing expert and poet, Michael Graber, speaks to Swaram about corporate shamanism, conscious capitalism and how his life changed after coming in contact with Osho.
Osho comments on the last stanzas of Desiderata: ‘Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself.’
Atmo invites us to the wonderous world inhabited by dolphins. His video is accompanied by Peter Makena’s voice in the song Gratefulness.
Chintan, a craniosacral practitioner and trainer, talks to Punya about his personal experience with cancer and how it changed his understanding of health and healing.
Author and psychotherapist Shaida (Catherine Auman) talks on Osho’s Tantra vs mainstream Tantra, and Ken Wilber, the founder of integral psychology.
Osho says, “If surrender sits on the shoulders of your will, you have managed one of the greatest things in life.”
“Staking everything, knowing that you are gambling with the unknown… you may be victorious, you may be a failure, but it does not matter,” states Osho.
Sagar talks to Swaram on the main benefits of Dynamic Meditation and how the world of personal growth and meditation has changed in the past 50 years.
Osho speaks on further lines from the Desiderata, starting with ‘Neither be cynical about love… Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth.’
“Our own imagination is our last barrier. Once we are without imagination then reality is there face to face,” says Osho.