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.
An interview Maneesha conducted with Yoga Chinmaya approximately in 1977, which was published in the darshan diary, The Buddha Disease.
In this video Maneesha describes how her book – now available as e-book – came to be written. She also explains how different the perceptions of her book are from those of the Netflix docuseries ‘Wild, Wild Country,’ which covered many of the same events.
Surendra found some passages in Maneesha’s book from the eighties, ‘Osho: The Buddha for the Future’ that throw more light on the ‘edited and missing’ parts of discourses given by Osho in Lao Tzu House, Rajneeshpuram, to small groups of sannyasins in 1984/1985.
All the times you didn’t think you were meditating… writes Danielle Colley at mybodyandsoul.com.au on August 11, 2016 – while quoting Maneesha James
Beloved Osho, A few months ago my friend and I were visiting his dying father. Lots of people were around. His body was about finished. To most people he was indifferent but when everyone left he suddenly opened his eyes and told us, “I feel like I have two bodies: one body is sick and
Maneesha shares with us a short meditation based on the instructions from Osho’s ‘And Now And Here’.
Looking after Anna Freud in her last weeks before her death in 1982 took Maneesha’s life on a new course
A property might be, most unexpectedly, one of the first phases of the project initiated by Maneesha in the UK
Hits upon hits – to understand jealousy: “Whatever I am saying to one person, everybody has to look within himself to see whether that is applicable to him…”
Anando reading the questions for a second and third day? Even changing Maneesha’s questions? It all got resolved through spontaneous…
A report of the meeting regarding The Last Resort, Maneesha’s hospice project, held in Devon, UK on 9th April 2011
Maneesha remembers Osho’s answer to her writers’ block and reading for Osho from Nietzsche’s Zarathustra
A meditator needs no personal guidance. A meditator, on the contrary, needs only one thing: the atmosphere of meditation
Maneesha asks of Osho the questions of visiting journalists and sannyasins in Greece and later in Uruguay
Osho asks Maneesha, during a discourse, to find out the tremendous control that the mind has over the body