Osho speaks on a doha by Kabir about death.
Take a quantum jump from a total chaotic mind to a state of bliss and godliness, for it is our very nature, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on 25 January 2020.
Living life in totality is the first step towards consciousness, towards celebrating Deepavali every day, writes Pratiksha Apurv in the Speaking Tree. Published on October 26, 2019.
Godliness is within all of us, so also the potential to see it, but we simply are not aware of it, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on August 25, 2019.
Taking inspiration from the story of the mystical bird, we should go back to our source before it’s too late, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in The Speaking Tree on May 11, 2019.
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.
A true guru does not console people to please them. He may even shock them because his purpose is to awaken them, states Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on July 27, 2018.
Osho mentions Kabir’s son, Kamal, who corrected his father’s sentence to “The dewdrop has not disappeared into the ocean, but the ocean has disappeared into the dewdrop.”
On the other hand, many so-called saints have been teaching us to ignore our body, and let it starve, says Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle on February 19, 2018.
When we walk, sleep, or even perform a mundane activity with awareness, it becomes meditation and the centring of our being begins, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree, February 4, 2018.
“For thousands of years the human mind has believed that by going to a holy pool, to a river or to a pond, all will be good. You want to find cheap ways to get rid of all that you have been doing, you don’t want to take its responsibility on yourself,” states Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
The moment you are in the present, enlightenment is the by-product, writes Osho’s niece, Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on December 10, 2017.
The mantra that Guru Nanak gave to the world explains to seekers that God is not separate from His creation. He is totally absorbed and immersed in the one He has created, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree, India.
Once a seeker’s inner world is illuminated, he is bound to radiate light and spread it around, writes Pratiksha Apurv in Speaking Tree, India, on October 14, 2017.
Religions have created frames to help you look for the Divine, but they act like blinkers, preventing you from looking at the larger picture, writes Pratiksha Apurv in this editorial published in Speaking Tree on March 4, 2017.
It’s only when the mind is silent and you are absolutely calm that you can hear the sound of Aum. Editorial by Pratiksha Apurv in Speaking Tree, India, published on January 15, 2017.
The first book today is Irving Stone’s ‘Lust for Life’. It is a novel based on the life of Vincent van Gogh.
Forgetfulness is habitual but we can overcome this, writes Keerti in Asian Age, India, on May 8, 2016.
The so-called career path for awakening women can be an absolute disaster that smolders for years, smelling of napalm after the battle.
Meditators, seekers and friends gathered to celebrate the book release of Satya Vedant’s translation of Osho’s Hindi discourses ‘The Fabric of Life’ in the USA near the end of his North American tour.
In an article published in ‘The Speaking Tree’ (a Times of India publication, New Delhi) on October 7, 2012, widely acclaimed painter Pratiksha writes about the power of love.