A poem by Madhuri – dedicated to Osho.
I am seventy now, but still the sexual urge is there. What should I do?
A poem by Madhuri
Madhuri introduces her new book.
When Madhuri quit the game…
Madhuri reviews Nirguna’s art book.
Snippets from Madhuri’s journal.
A ballad by Madhuri about recent events in the UK.
Madhuri reviews Priya Huffman’s recently published poetry book.
Madhuri is certainly not retiring either…
Madhuri reviews Drea Knufken and Sundro Lewis’s new photo book.
Madhuri reminds us of a mini-meditation we heard from Osho.
A song by Madhuri on video, filmed by Piers Cross.
Madhuri answers the question if we need psychic protection.
Madhuri remembers dancing and whirling during a music group darshan in Pune.
Punya and Madhuri share their memories of Tamo-san.
Madhuri reviews Siddhena’s book with paintings and poetry.
Madhuri’s letter to ‘a many few’, written in 1977.
Madhuri reviews Punya’s recently released book about living with Osho.
Madhuri on leaving her beloved….
A poem by Madhuri.
A tale by Madhuri
A poem by Prem Geet.
Madhuri reviews Tanmayo’s recently released album.
Madhuri in conversation with the moon…
Watching thoughts – by Madhuri, written approx 1988.
Madhuri reviews Bindu’s latest CD.
Prem Geet reviews Madhuri’s book of Poetry: Make a Mad Hurry for Madhuri’s Moonlicious Medicine!
From Madhuri’s 1976 diary
A beautiful insight (and method) by Madhuri, worth sharing!
Madhuri and Sarita celebrate their mother’s birthday with poems dedicated to her.
A true story from Madhuri.
Madhuri remembers the time she lived in Lao Tzu, Osho’s residence.
Madhuri remembers some special discourses….
A poem by Madhuri as a a goodbye to her long-standing boyfriend.
(for the man I left behind) – a poem by Madhuri
Madhuri reminds us not to ignore those “wordless, blossomed peace-places” when they pop up in us.
A Corfu poem by Madhuri.
Madhuri’s insights on projecting!
A story by Madhuri…
Madhuri and her impressions of generally undramatic Switzerland.
Madhuri remembers a particular discourse.
A poem by Madhuri…
Madhuri shares her insights on romantic clinging