There have been enlightened mystics – self-realised souls – but they were not so educated to communicate effectively with modern scientific people, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on November 11, 2019.
Chandrakala, former Osho Multiversity staff member, highlights her personal experiences with Gurdjieff’s major work to awaken consciousness.
Gurdjieff’s 83 rules of advice he gave to his daughter Cynthie Sophia “Dushka” Howarth (1924–2010). She went on to found the Gurdjieff Heritage Foundation.
Last night you spoke of satsang and the importance of the disciple’s proximity to the guru. Does this mean physical proximity? Is the disciple who lives at a great physical distance from the guru at a loss?
Upon returning to Holland last year I started communicating about you with an overwhelming sense of urgency. I felt you imparted this urgency to me, but it seemed also to be a part of my nature.
Many contemporaries and enlightened ones – Raman Maharshi, Meher Baba, George Gurdjieff and J. Krishnamurti – have worked with people, but people get more offended by you than by anybody else.
After conducting a Meditation Camp on ‘Dance, Body and Soul’ last week, Kul Bhushan got inspired to write about dance
Osho answers questions of seekers about meditation, its effects on the body and mind, about the four stages of meditation