Prabhat ponders how two groups of people look at, seemingly, the same occurrences and see diametrically different things.
In this new two-part photo essay, Veena reveals intriguing facts and legends about the eminent Six Zen Patriarchs.
Veeno’s Tarot reading: “Surprising, unexpected happenings. The WOW-Effect! Changes in your job / money situation.
Osho speaks on ‘Agony and Ecstasy’: “Agony means: I don’t know who I am…. Ecstasy is the flower of agony.”
Rico explains his choice between quality of end-of-life peace at home over high-end medical care in the ICU.
“Prayer is just your effort to persuade God to do things according to you… I am against prayer. I am for meditation,” says Osho.
“You need not worry; you do the best you can do with life… And everything else will follow on its own accord,” states Osho.
Veeno’s Tarot reading: “The 7 of Clubs: Tears. Deep, human empathy. In sorrow and in joy Tears are a key to emerge again from inner isolation.”
This month’s horoscope by Phoebe with quotes by Osho: “Sometimes, if you feel the thing is too difficult for you or unapproachable for you, be patient.”
Sarita and Yogi Malik chat about a vast array of subjects on Tantra – from Kundalini to Mantras, Chakras to sacred sites, to how to bring Tantra into our daily lives.
Osho states, “The flower of love can blossom only when there is no ego, when there is no effort to dominate…”
A view on Niren’s recently released book, subtitled, A Legal History of the US Government Persecution of a Minority Religious Community, Oregon 1981-1986.
“It is written in my breath and bones to fly on the wings of silence, joy and celebration,” writes Dhyan Jyoti.
Osho comments, “Only a master can save you who comes near to you and at the same time is far away from you.”
This month’s horoscope by Phoebe with quotes by Osho: “The miracle of awareness is that whatsoever is wrong, the moment you become fully aware of it, it drops on its own accord.”
Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan turns eighty today – a moment to remember that Osho once mentioned one of his albums – by Radhika.
Maneesha has asked a question: Our Beloved Master, is enlightenment something like getting the punchline to the ultimate joke?
In his fourth and last part of the series, Osho in Kerala, Tarpan writes about not generally-known but surprising people and tales from Kerala.