Staying connected, supporting each other, meditating together and learning about ourselves via the internet – by Punya.
Azima writes about how Osho has been perceived in his country over the years, and specifies recent developments.
The original and revolutionary forms of meditation of the Indian thinker. His words, edited by Anand Videha, on newsstands with the Corriere della Sera from 18 January. Article from January 17, 2020
Nirbija sent details about this new project and will be one of the many readers of the Corriere della Sera to buy the weekly compilation.
Italian radio and TV screenwriter Roberta Lippi interviewed people who grew up with sannyasin parents or were sannyasins themselves. She stressed the fact that the title SOLI in Italian means ‘alone’ but also ‘suns’. By Punya
Punya reviews Shastro’s recently released album – live improvisations on bansuri, a string of jewels that takes one right inside.
Nirbija examines the Italian response to Netflix’s Wild Wild Country as reported in the latest issue of magazine Re Nudo magazine.
Majid reflects on his life as a sannyasin and former head of the Osho Miasto commune in Tuscany, and also on his role as Osho’s Ambassador for Italy and as editor in chief of the left-wing magazine Re Nudo.
Paul Prem Nadama reviews Madhuro’s recently released album – some new, some old-time beloved songs: “Congratulations to all involved. Great stuff!”
In this article he wrote in 2006, Prembodhi remembers the day he arrived in Pune, Osho giving his blessings to a set of Tarot cards, the creation of Intuitive Tarot and ponders over its world-wide development.
“Rome is a place of extremes where everything coexists in a pulsing, passionate chaos of life and art. It’s an explosion of the senses,” writes Navyo as he presents his latest photos from the Eternal City.
Surendra reviews Navyo’s first volume of travel stories, “This account is full of sharp, cultural observations and has a great sense of movement.”
Osho talks about Italians, and Indians, “I must have been an Italian; otherwise whatsoever I am now today would not have been possible.”
Navyo’s collection of b/w photos of staircases he took in Italy. “The curve of a spiral stair echoing the feminine, the angled corners of a boxed stairwell the masculine. It’s a play of form the architects clearly intended and can be seen throughout the country.”
Towards the end of the nineties, after leaving Ko Hsuan in Devon, England, Surendra found himself in Rome, Italy.
Navyo shows a small selection of images captured in the manner of the flâneur, the perfect mood for taking stunning photos ‘on the go’.
Navyo’s sightseeing the Museo and Certosa di San Martino, Castel Sant’Elmo on Vomero Hill in Naples.
Navyo’s third and fourth day in Rome. An excerpt from his recently published book, ‘Soul Traveler: Taking the Jump’.
Italian artist Shola Carletti shows her work in India, where she has been a resident for the last few years.