Videha’s invitation to visit his home, a beautiful workshop venue in the Italian Alps.
“Reaction is out of the past. If you react, out of old habits, out of mind, then you are not responding. To be responsive is to be totally alive in this moment, here-now.”
Tantra and meditation teacher, Radha, describes in her book what changed in her when she became celibate.
Osho speaks on Prince Charles; “The new man will find his living god in the trees, in the birds, in the rivers, in the ocean, in the mountains, in the stars. He will transform the whole universe into his temple.”
Kiran, a Glaswegian at home in America! “As a Brit, and as a person of color with an accent, I was in an interesting position to observe and ask questions.”
The next four stories from Bhagawati’s book, serialized on Osho World: Somadevi, Keerti, Mangala, Sahaja.
Thoughts, photos and travelogue by Svagito. And an invitation to the exhibition and creativity festival ‘Blossoming’, May 25-29 in Munich.
As announced earlier this month, Osho Tapoban organized also this year a grand festival on the occasion of Nepal’s New Year Celebration.
“One day or other you will come to the wide river where… all is taken… and you are left totally alone, with no possessions.”
A video interview with Dhyani by Voices of Meltingpot, a project based in Czechia. It brings ideas without borders and preserves the legacy, inspiration, and energy of significant personalities.
A calming mix of art and music for meditation, relaxation, and contemplation – Deva Padma and Deuter.
Osho speaks on ‘Religion’; ” All religious people are explorers, all religious people are adventurers.”
In ‘A portrait of human dignity’ Shanti reports on his present understanding of what it means to be human (Part 1 of 5).
Upchara remembers Castaneda’s 4th stumbling block on our journey: old age! “…that had me very perplexed!”
“The moment you don’t know, intimacy arises between you and reality, a great friendship arises. It becomes a love affair.” (Ah This! Ch 1, part 4)
Avikal, author of the recently published book, Who Is In? speaks to Brian D Smith, author and founder of Grief 2 Growth (video and podcast).
Manik relates the almost unbelievable story of Niskriya’s documentary about Osho and the Russian pop star, Valery Leontiev. Right at the very end of the Soviet era, this was broadcast across the nation over three consecutive nights, to widespread amazement.
Chapter 16 from Devageet’s book, Osho: The First Buddha in the Dental Chair, where he recalls Osho saying that our teeth contain memories back to the beginning of evolution.