Inspirational and profound speech by Alan Watts (1915 – 1973).
Param Srikantia (Deva Anugraha) offers some sage advice on how to deal with the mind, the ‘chattering monkey’. Published on cleveland.com, November 29, 2020
Osho comments on a sutra, “So the first thing Uwais says is, ‘This is my feeling. I live moment to moment, without any plan or future. I don’t know what is going to happen this evening – maybe death.'”
The clock represents the mind – and not just literally, not just as a metaphor; mind is time, states Osho.
Yogasanas are a great tool for training the inner being, so that the body learns to follow our intentions, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Times of India and Speaking Tree, June 19, 2020
One of the excerpts from the 3-volume compilation, The Book: An Introduction to the Teachings of Bhagawan Shree Rajneesh, A-Z.
Osho says not to be concerned about nirvana: “Be concerned about this moment, because this is the only true moment there is, and enter into it.”
Through his cross, Jesus Christ is asking us to avoid the conflict between mind and consciousness, writes artist Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on December 22, 2018.
The last part of Shanti’s essay: How long is that road from the man we are to the man we can be, from our present state to our potential as a human being and as mankind?
This present moment is beyond time. One can live in this no-time, no-space paradigm while fully breathing the present in its totality, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on November 17, 2018.
The second part of three of Shanti’s essay: How long is that road from the man we are to the man we can be, from our present state to our potential as a human being and as mankind?
Part 1 of 3 of an essay by Shanti: How long is that road from the man we are to the man we can be, from our present state to our potential as a human being and as mankind?
Past and future are created in our mind. They are distractions… writes Jon E. Dougherty in mindbodyscience.news and SOTT on May 20th, 2016.
Samudaya’s sannyas darshan. “Sat means being, samudaya means arising. Up to now you have lived as a becoming, as a desire: doing this, doing that, trying for this, trying for that. You have never given yourself any rest in being.”
Nivedano… (Drumbeat) (Gibberish) Nivedano… (Drumbeat) Be silent. Close your eyes. Feel the body to be completely frozen. Go inwards with your total energy, with a great urgency, as if this is the last moment of your life and you have to reach to the center and the source of your being. Deeper and deeper, your
In Michael Wende’s film, musicians of the Berlin Philharmonic talk about the perception of time while playing music, that time stops on occasion – the experience of a time vacuum – and one experiences totally the now, felt by everybody present.