“Acceptance becomes a beautiful experience if it is at the same time enjoyment,” states Osho.
Swiss craniosacral practitioner Chintan continues exploring the question: What’s the nature of healing? What is healing about? Interview by Punya.
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.
In the Zooming Grace series, Deva Dosa interviews the Laughter Doctor, Rakesh Shah, MD, to learn about the benefits of laughter, still the best medicine.
An essay by Puri (Puri Rüdiger Fey MD) that sheds light on immunity and the vaccines that are being researched.
Swaram, usually the host of Love Osho’s podcasts, is interviewed this time for Healthzilla’s podcasts.
Antar Marc shows the history of massage therapy, one of the most commonly practised forms of holistic medicine.
A recent trip to the hospital in the time of the virus, penned by 91-year-old Peter Maxwell-Stewart, cousin of Anand Vandana.
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.
“[It] is a common experience in medical colleges that the kind of sickness the students are learning about … starts happening to many students,” states Osho.
Veeno’s second card in our new collection. The reading this time comes out as a love letter from the body.
Based on his own experiences, Grahi explores the path of Covid-19 and raises several important questions.
A personal message from Nishant in the time of the coronavirus. “Feel free to share it as you like and also feel free to experiment with it according to your own understanding.”
At Pune’s Osho Commune, every new international arrival is being screened. Ma Amrit Sadhna, spokesperson of the commune, said anyone who is unwell or has a temperature is being asked to stay outside until they are well. The Indian Express, 12 March 2020.
Just back from a months-long journey in South East Asia, Chintan reports on what he found back home in Florida.
Prince Charles not shaking hands but namaste – and being namaste-ed back – while greeting guests at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey yesterday.
Marc writes about Namaste being the best choice to greet each other – in particular also during times when viruses and bacteria are rampant.
Azima writes on the nature of the new coronavirus, its origins and how to strengthen the immune system.
Indivar is interviewed by Swaram: about his first meeting with Osho, the Mystic Rose and No-Mind meditative therapies, gender equality and the masculinity crisis, and more.
Bhagawati writes about the latest AIDS statistics and introduces a very important Appendix to ‘Osho on Sexuality’, compiled by Nandan to further outline Osho’s vision on the many facets of human sexuality.
Nwenna Kai lists important foods and sunlight as support for the well-being of our pineal gland. Published on Wake Up World on November 4, 2019.
Nikki Harper on latest evidence of cell phone radiation danger and the significance for 5G radiation. Published on Wake Up World on November 4, 2019,
Short excerpt from a video interview with Dr Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD, about the imminent dangers the human pineal gland is exposed to.
September episode (No. 56) of Love Osho’s podcasts: Former plastic surgeon, then psychotherapist, talks about his professional life and that in Osho’s communes, and about his book.
Sex, condoms and having ‘that’ chat with a new partner is being frankly discussed by several young people on video. Published by BBC.
In Part 2 of Veena’s research into the dangers of electromagnetic fields and radiation to our physical bodies, she lines out several protective solutions she has found and applied to her daily life.
Part 1 of Veena’s in-depth research into the dangers of electromagnetic fields and radiation to our physical bodies.
“…And if his patients are sick, then his salary should be cut,” suggests Osho, as Lieh Tzu, Chuang Tzu and Lao Tzu had proposed to their emperor.
Keerti writes, “This is my second visit to Goa within the last two months. It is because Yoga Chinmaya, who has been living earlier in the Himalayas, has now settled here.”
The new 5G, if allowed to roll out, is a health crisis waiting to happen and the harmful ubiquitous EM frequencies produced will be everywhere, writes Paul A. Philips on Wake Up World.
During the Mt. Abu meditation camp in September 1971, Ageh Bharti asked Osho about his health since he had moved to Mumbai.
“There is a reason for every disease state. It is the body’s attempt at restoring balance,” writes Marco Torres. Published on Wake Up World, on July 31, 2018.
Who doesn’t know the feeling of an intense tiredness descending on one’s body – for example just after lunch? The head droops slightly, the eyelids struggle to remain open and the couch beckons! Kelly Bulkeley, Ph.D., shows how naps can protect your health and boost your waking performance. Published in Psychology Today on May 7, 2018.
Two instances where Osho asks about and comments on Laherubhai’s health – excerpts from chapter 22 of Laherubhai’s book ‘Blessed Moments with Osho’.
Veena, after hearing Anando say in a recent radio interview in Australia that Nirvano was a schizophrenic, questions this statement and gives her point of view about her long-time close friend’s health. (Updated with reply from Anando.)
“The deepest realization of astrology is that your past must be unlocked,” states Osho. From ‘Hidden Mysteries’, Ch 5, Part 5 of 6.
Kaiyum takes a brief look at two radically different approaches to humanity’s physical and mental health on a global scale.
Osho answers a question by a physician and states, “Health is natural, death is natural, but disease is not natural.”
“Everything is joined to the cosmos,” states Osho on the subject of sun spots and related wars, disturbances, and diseases on our planet.
Osho declares, “If we examine the course of human thinking in the last 300 years, we find a steep increase in doctrines of humanity and justice. But never, in all the history of the world, has mankind indulged in such terrible warfares or committed such heinous atrocities.”
The modern medicine, to cure diseases, also produces some strange side-effects of its own, states Keerti in The Asian Age, India, on June 20, 2017.