Chinmaya Dunster, just back from Dorset, is already looking forward to the Osho Summer Festival in August.
Keerti voices his concern and opinion about the attempted sale of the Basho Pond plots by the trustees of the OSHO International Meditation Resort.
The book, Life’s Mysteries: An Introduction to the Teachings of Osho, published 30 years ago, is in the news again – by Bhagawati.
A tribute by Keerti to the Times Group chairperson whom he had met on several occasions when he was head of our Hindi Press Office.
Just in: Roberta Lippi’s podcasts now in English, Azima’s video interviews and Lakshen’s next part of his docuseries.
Deva Dosa contemplates miraculous healings and insights gained from a profound Upasana Meditation, shared globally for the first time via an Internet platform.
“Online Osho events continue unabated… There is no way even a global pandemic can shut the master up,” writes Samarpan referring also to today’s event with Keerti.
Nepal, the eternal Himalayan abode of Shiva and Gautam Buddha is gradually being lured into a lethal trap by the atheist communist party of China, writes Chaitanya Keerti.
Millions of people have become stuck in the muck of their religions, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on March 2, 2020.
It is only sometimes when we are face to face with a dangerous situation that we become fully awake, writes Keerti. Published in the Asian Age on February 5, 2020.
Keerti responds to a question about Osho having been shown holding a glass of champagne. Published in the Deccan Chronicle, January 20, 2020.
Article by Keerti in the series ‘Mystic Mantra’, published on 6 January 2020 in Asian Age and Deccan Chronicle.
The mediocre ones will always yield to you, but the one who is not mediocre will rebel because the very quality of his mind is rebellious, writes Keerti. Published in the Deccan Chronicle on October 14, 2019.
There have been enlightened mystics – self-realised souls – but they were not so educated to communicate effectively with modern scientific people, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on November 11, 2019.
Keerti writes on the significance of dharamshalas that have been in existence for thousands of years in India. Published in the Asian Age, 2 October 1019.
Keerti refers to the media coverage about Osho and his sannyasins and addresses how to go about negative statements in particular now on the occasion of Sheela’s visit to India.
An article by Chaitanya Keerti published in HappyHo on 19 September 2019, where he cites an excerpt from Maneesha James’s book, Osho: The Buddha for the Future, and adds quotes by Osho.
Out of the blue, God created Eve, who was an interesting companion indeed, writes Keerti. Published in the Asian Age on 16 September 2019.
America is certainly a very modern country and this worry is also very modern, observes Keerti. Published in The Asian Age on September 4, 2019.
Never take advantage of power. This is the way India has always lived. This was not her weakness but feminine strength, states Keerti. Published in The Asian Age, August 20, 2019.
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.
An ashram is the heartbeat of mystery — and a resort is manifestations and ostentations only, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on Juy 8, 2019.
Keerti relates an African legend to the wisdom of the heart as defined by Osho. Published in the Deccan Chronicle, May 27, 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.
We have mistreated our abode like a kind of junkyard while dreaming about our golden future, states Keerti. Published in the Deccan Chronicle on April 30, 2019.
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.”
Since the last century, Zen has become very famous all over the world, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on April 1, 2019.
Keerti writes that our sensitivity is a door to our inner being and the outer universe. Published in The Asian Age on March 18, 2019.
Keerti says that for those who have known themselves all facts such as date of birth and events dissolve, they cease to have meaning. Published in The Economic Times on February 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.
“Let your consciousness be unburdened by your mind that dwells in the past and the future – and observe reality as it is,” writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle, February 4, 2019.
In my meditation in the new year, I wish to regain the magical childhood, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on December 29, 2018.
Osho, the enlightened mystic of modern times, made meditation the central point of his spiritual teaching, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on December 13, 2018.
Chaitanya Keerti writes on the benefits of meditation, now recognised globally. Published in Happy Ho on November 19, 2018.
A person who lives a life of devotion has a certain direction in life – will not go astray, writes Keerti in the Asian Age. Published on November 26, 2018.
Keerti writes about the very unconscious social conditioning, imprisoning all inside its thick walls. Published in The Asian Age on November 13, 2018.
Let us make God free from all concepts of personality, writes Chaitanya Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on October 29, 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.
Man’s ego is such that it does not know how to surrender, writes Chaitanya Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on September 17, 2018.
Chaitanya Keerti writes about Zazen, the real art of meditation – the real secret. Published in Asian Age on October 2, 2018.
The feeling of being separate makes one violent, writes Chaitanya Keerti. Published in the Deccan Chronicle on September 4, 2018.
Down the centuries religion has been a very serious affair for most of the believers. Being pious or holy became synonymous with seriousness, writes Keerti. Published in Business World, India.
Chaitanya Keerti and Kul Bhushan report on the launch of Punya’s book, held during the Guru Purnima Celebration at Osho Dham in Delhi.
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.
There are stories that thousands of Tantrikas were murdered by Raja Bhoj, so the genuine Tantrikas who really knew the secrets of Tantra had to go underground to continue their practice, writes Keerti in Businessworld. Published on July 17, 2018.
Keerti writes about the increasing suicide rates globally and the obvious need for meditation. Published in Businessworld on July 11, 2018.
Keerti writes about the world’s most powerful meditation. Published in the Deccan Chronicle on June 6, 2018.
Michael Gonsalves interviews Swami Chaitanya Keerti with questions about the Osho Commune in Pune. Published in mydigitalfc.com, India, on July 1, 2018.
Financial Chronicle’s Michael Gonsalves spent two days inside the secretive Osho Commune in Pune where the godman once stayed to bring a story of devotion, intrigue and a death shrouded in mystery, Published on mydigitalfc.com on July 1, 2018.
One who lives in that space of tathata (suchness) is called tathagata, which is also one of the names of Buddha, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle. Published on May 28, 2018.
As a sannyasin, one has to learn the art of meditating and creating distance from the mind that is suicidal, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on June 14, 2018.
People are hard pressed for time, in particular when it comes to devoting space to meditation, writes Keerti in this excerpt. Published in Happy Ho.
A man who lives a natural and a meditative life may not need any of the therapies available in the modern world, writes Keerti in The Asian Age. Published on May 1, 2018
Sleep is also a mini death, though a man can dream in sleep that he is alive, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle on March 5, 2018.