Interviewed by Love Osho, Pratibha de Stoppani shares how singing is psychologically and spiritually therapeutic. She also talks about emotions, the chakras and being a mother as a young sannyasin.
An interview by Swaram: How meeting Osho has changed Valli’s life and about the sannyas community today.
A podcast by Love Osho: Modita shares what she learnt from Osho that helps her in her life and work today.
A Love Osho podcast: writing letters on behalf of Osho, giving Tarot readings and the Osho commune in Dehradun, India.
In an interview with Swaram, Jalada reflects on the experience of living in Osho’s three communes, her work in his library – and on a project for a community.
Interview by Love Osho: Marga’s involvement with the Italian Osho Times and translating Osho’s books as meditation and connection to the Master.
Swaram interviews Ageh Bharti: with anecdotes of the early days, when he was invited to Rajneeshpuram and Osho’s impact in the world.
Swaram, usually the host of Love Osho’s podcasts, is interviewed this time for Healthzilla’s podcasts.
Singer-songwriter Madhuro talks to Swaram about the two much-loved songs he wrote, ‘I keep on loving you’ and ‘I just close my eyes’, and about his next project.
Maneesha is interviewed by Love Osho Podcast. She shares how she chose Osho as her Master and her involvement in The Path of Love process.
In conversation with Swaram, Moumina discusses the modalities she feels are most valuable in her work today and how her vision on women’s liberation has changed after meeting Osho.
In this Love Osho podcast Sadhak talks about the app Ask Bhagwan, why he created it and how he intends to expand it.
An interview with Swaram where Arpana reflects on 35 years of journaling and living life with lightness, humour and non-seriousness.
Rupda talks to Swaram: Taking sannyas as a child, Osho’s personal guidance, and her present Conscious Leadership work.
Osho says, “The ego thinks it can do everything. It lives with this fallacy. The part lives with the fallacy that it is the whole.”
Samudra is interviewed by Love Osho’s Swaram – how she came to know of Osho, today’s sangha and her passion: eco-design and creating objects from waste material.
Love Osho interviews Pravira: Playing for Osho in drive-by and at press conferences and how playing for him changed the way she plays the violin today.
Sudhananda talks about how the music for Osho was composed and how creativity was the essential element permeating every aspect of the communal living around Osho.
Anuragi talks about his work of collecting material relating to Osho and about spending time with Osho in Manali.
Nishant from Prague speaks to Swaram about taking sannyas in India, and running Osho’s meditations in the corporate world.
In this Love Osho podcast we hear Prabhat talk about his early travels, working in Pune and at the Ranch farm, and his security work there.
Deva relates how meeting Osho and living in the communes influenced her life and what she feels when chanting mantras.
Swaram interviews Tathagat: why he decided to be with Osho, who is no longer physically present, and how Osho is perceived in Russia today.
Suresha talks to Love Osho about being a samurai and bodyguard for Osho, and what she learnt from him regarding healing and bodywork.
Abhi talks to Swaram also about meeting Osho, living in the commune, the Osho sangha before and now, and how new generations perceive Osho today.
Cookbook author Maria-Carin talks to Love Osho about her passion, about her childhood at the Ko Hsuan School and the lessons she has learnt from Osho.
In this week’s Love Osho podcast bassist Prabodh remembers how it was to play live in front of Osho; he also talks about his life lessons and new projects.
Swaram interviews poet and artist Prartho. She talks not only about the swan logo, but also about Buddha leaving Osho’s body and the meaning of the name Osho.
Musician Atmo Ravi talks about the Osho community in Russia and poses a few questions to the ‘older generation’.
Samadhi is interviewed by Swaram for Love Osho. He talks about the difference between clinical hypnosis and Osho de-hypnosis, and how hypnosis can be of help in our spiritual journey.
This week’s Love Osho podcast features Vasumati. Apart from the subject of relating, she also talks about the lines between catharsis and awareness, and therapy and meditation.
In this Love Osho podcast we hear Anam talk about how Osho used to guide therapists and also what he has learnt from Osho that helps him face the current crisis.
Ojas speaks about his life in the commune and reads a letter from Osho which is relevant to the present crisis. He also talks about how meditation can help deal with physical pain.
Episode 75 of Love Osho’s weekly podcasts: Nayana on taking sannyas as a young adult, her love affair with horses, her farm in Portugal and the yearly Osho Festival there.
Sannyasins talk to Swaram on being a historian for Osho, their path with their Master and the joy of living alone.
Interviews conducted by Swaram for Love Osho: Osho and the Prophecy of Nostradamus; Osho Neo-Sannyas and Reflections on Coronavirus.
Love Osho’s podcast of Siddhartha who came to Pune as a 4-year old. He talks about meeting Osho, his special friendship with him, and the importance of Osho’s original work.
Transcript of an interview with Veena about Nirvano by Swaram for Love Osho’s podcasts; broadcast on 11 December 2019.
Samvara talks to Swaram of Love Osho about meditation retreats, breath therapy and rebirthing, as well as her life as a young sannyasin.
Love Osho’s podcast where Ramateertha speaks about his involvement with the European trademark court case, the Uta Institute in Cologne he has founded, and more…
In an interview with Swaram, Bhaskar talks about interviewing Osho as a journalist, the media, the Rajneeshpuram experiment and his personal experiences in meditation.
Swaram and Chetna write about their quest to connect with the earlier generations of sannyasins to create a bridge to the younger generations.
Love Osho’s interview with Bhadrena; she talks about how she met Osho, her experiences in Rajneeshpuram and, of course, Craniosacral Therapy which she teaches.
Indivar is interviewed by Swaram: about his first meeting with Osho, the Mystic Rose and No-Mind meditative therapies, gender equality and the masculinity crisis, and more.
In an interview with Swaram, Manan talks about Osho’s vision on education, teaching meditation in schools and Osho in Nepal today.
Vedanta talks to Swaram about her path to Osho, working as a medium in the Mystery School, a near-death experience, her institute, and spreading Osho’s vision in the world.
An additonal Love Osho podcast this month to celebrate Osho’s birthday: Veena shares many intimate moments spent with Nirvano, giving us a sense of her role in Osho’s life.
Savita, talks to Swaram about her path to Osho, editing his books and authoring two books after interviewing sannyasins about their path and relationship with the Master.
Deva Peter talks to Swaram about his path to Osho and about painting and taking care of his famous Rolls Royces.
October episode (No. 57) of Love Osho’s podcasts: Bodhicitta talks about his commune life as well as the time he spent with Chinmaya.
Chetna travelled to Borneo in Indonesia to visit the Semenggoh Nature Reserve, a sanctuary for orangutans, an endangered species.
Swaram’s journey with anger (a taboo in our society), via repression and depression, then learning to appreciate the energy, expressing and transforming it in active meditations.
September episode (No. 56) of Love Osho’s podcasts: Former plastic surgeon, then psychotherapist, talks about his professional life and that in Osho’s communes, and about his book.
August episode of Love Osho’s podcasts: Svagito talks about his beloved Meera, painter and art therapist who left her body two years ago.
The July episode from Love Osho Podcasts: Shivananda talks about living in Switzerland as a sannyasin, designing Osho’s book covers, painting, playing music and his workshops.
Most recent episode from Swaram and Chetna’s Love Osho Podcasts: Ganga talks about how she came to meet with Osho and her passion: the Satori (Who is in?) process.