The passion that happens out of our conscious choice is what meditation is all about, writes Keerti. Published in The Asian Age on August 6, 2019.
The Buddha did not use the old Sanskrit language – he used the Pali language which everybody could understand in those days, writes Keerti. Published in The Asian Age on May 13, 2019.
In his column Abracadabra, K. B. Ganapathy explores the ‘Esoteric Group’ of nine persons known as ‘Navaratanas’ and some of Osho’s statements about the group. Published in the Star of Mysore on April 20, 2019.
Chaitanya Keerti writes about the time when he heard J. Krishnamurti had left his body and what Osho, at the time staying on Crete, Greece, said about him. Published in Happy HO on February 14, 2019.
Keerti writes about the very unconscious social conditioning, imprisoning all inside its thick walls. Published in The Asian Age on November 13, 2018.
Our mind is a powerful receiver of all kinds of information which becomes memory, writes Chaitanya Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on October 20, 2018.
The feeling of being separate makes one violent, writes Chaitanya Keerti. Published in the Deccan Chronicle on September 4, 2018.
Osho answers the question, “You have said that Buddha attained mahaparinirvana, but also that Buddha is to come once again in human form and will be known as Maitreya. How is it possible to take on a human form after reaching nirvana? Please explain this.”
“The deepest realization of astrology is that your past must be unlocked,” states Osho. From ‘Hidden Mysteries’, Ch 5, Part 5 of 6.
Subhuti continues his series ‘Famous Enneagram Figures’, this time discussing numbers Nine and Five.
Jiddu Krishnamurti was an enlightened Indian speaker and writer on philosophical and spiritual subjects.
Jiddu Krishnamurti asserts that the activities of the computer will take over the activities of the brain, and can even invent a new religion.
Keerti explains what J. Krishnamurti calls choiceless awareness is what Buddha calls vipassana and Osho calls witnessing consciousness, the ‘sakshin’. Published in The Asian Age, India, September 27, 2015.
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.
There’s been a flurry of articles about Terence Stamp in the English press over the last few weeks coinciding with a scheduled BFI (British Film Industry) retrospective of his movies throughout May.