Veeno’s writes: “The Queen of Spades. As a person: an independent woman, a friend of rare caliber, a visionary. Qualities: intuitive, merciless intelligence, strives for consciousness, puts herself in the service of growth.”
“Good Science offers the opposite of Certainty, but is hijacked by politicians,” writes Guptadana in this essay.
Anuragi talks about his work of collecting material relating to Osho and about spending time with Osho in Manali.
Divakar reflects on finding our own inner wisdom. A way to navigate a path to truth, through an ocean of opinions, beliefs, and information overload.
In this Love Osho podcast we hear Prabhat talk about his early travels, working in Pune and at the Ranch farm, and his security work there.
In this second part, Prabhat remembers being an armed security guard towards the end of the Rajneeshpuram experiment.
Osho says, “…words can’t convey that which I am and I have to go on trying to do something which is not possible.”
A true story by Chintan about two holy Zen characters, a possible cure for mental illness, a terrifying rooster, and a horror story starring Jack DeCoster.
Anuragi, on a visit to Chandrapur (Chanda) a few months ago, met with Sharda, Anandmayee’s eldest daughter.
Deva relates how meeting Osho and living in the communes influenced her life and what she feels when chanting mantras.
“We will also need a new societal structure that is more in alignment with our awakening consciousness,” states Mayuri in her essay about the implications of Covid-19.
It’s time to police the police with an inner education that checks reactions like anger, fear, violence and suppressed hatred. New contributor Rona Ramesh offers her perspective on a quiet form of police brutality.
“My suggestion is that a black hole is like a door: from one side it is a black door, a black hole – things go into it and disappear into nothingness,” says Osho.
Nancy and Shantamo see a way to understand the source of the different perspectives and views, unclarities and uncertainties we are experiencing.
Pernilla Kannapinn wrote a few words for us to accompany her ‘Morning Prayer to the Universe’ recorded during her quarantine in Greece (music video and lyrics).
Osho News talks to Prem Sadhak, one of the developers of the app and initiator of the OneWorld Meditation commencing on July 5, 2020, Guru Purnima.
Cookbook author Maria-Carin talks to Love Osho about her passion, about her childhood at the Ko Hsuan School and the lessons she has learnt from Osho.
Osho speaks about the process of a conscious death and nature’s indication to become aware that death is approaching.
With “Here we are in Italy, the country of pasta and – I must say without any doubt – pasta is really good here, and it comes in all kind of shapes,” Shantidharm starts the final part of his life story.
After their visit to the Mogao Caves, Veena and Michael set out to discover the Singing Sands. Part 3 of 3 of this series.
Madhuri describes an inner journey that helps you see what is healthy for you to take in from your surroundings and the people in them, and what is not.
Veeno’s second card in our new collection. The reading this time comes out as a love letter from the body.
Anam reflects on the importance of our outer appearance. “People prefer to make a positive impact on themselves, rather than trying to impress others.”
Part 3 of Shantidharm’s life story: Once around the world, landing in Tuscany after some more stops in between…
Ajit remembers how he tried to get Osho to a photosession at the Hanumantal Jain Dharmshala, located close to where he was staying.
Swaram interviews poet and artist Prartho. She talks not only about the swan logo, but also about Buddha leaving Osho’s body and the meaning of the name Osho.
“This false ego which you have created by not looking in, by continuously looking out, is the root cause of fear,” states Osho.
Musician Atmo Ravi talks about the Osho community in Russia and poses a few questions to the ‘older generation’.
In Part 2 of 3, Veena describes the magnificent visit to the Mogao Caves that left both her and Michael in overwhelming awe, and made her ponder Osho’s insistent use of the phrase ‘the ten thousand buddhas’.
Marita Coppes would love to see municipalities or individuals designating and protecting forests in memory of all those lost to the coronavirus.
Osho on ‘ Hypnosis’: “If you become aware, you can use it; not to hypnotize others, but to de-hypnotize yourself. And if you can become completely de-hypnotized, you are free, you are liberated.”
Samadhi is interviewed by Swaram for Love Osho. He talks about the difference between clinical hypnosis and Osho de-hypnosis, and how hypnosis can be of help in our spiritual journey.
In two slide shows a preview of the photos that will be included in Michael Sudheer’s upcoming photo book.
Today we start with a new series: An exploration into Tarot reading with traditional playing cards. “A celebration of life and love. A mighty blessing streams through her, the Wise Woman of the Good Earth, the Queen of Diamonds.”
Osho speaks on two occasions during discourse about meeting with Bodhidharma in an incarnation about 1400 years ago.
This week’s Love Osho podcast features Vasumati. Apart from the subject of relating, she also talks about the lines between catharsis and awareness, and therapy and meditation.