An article by Pratiksha Apurv published in the Sunday Times, June 12, 2022
“That’s why so many people used to go to the Himalayas: not for the mountains – for the altitude,” says Osho in darshan.
Marion Atmo’s insights on meditation and illness; “I discovered that so many activities and responsibilities I thought were essential, were not.”
Deva Veena recollects her path to sannyas and years staying at Osho’s ashram in India. Published in Travel Awaits, December 8, 2021.
Osho states, “In science, in archery, in other arts, concentration may be of great use – but it is not meditation.”
Bhagawati reviews Purushottama’s book, From Lemurs to Lamas. “I heartily recommend this book to all travellers on the outer and the inner paths.”
Rico explains his choice between quality of end-of-life peace at home over high-end medical care in the ICU.
“Prayer is just your effort to persuade God to do things according to you… I am against prayer. I am for meditation,” says Osho.
John Butler, 84-year-old YouTuber, helps people cope with anxieties. Published on BBC, June 15, 2021.
“It is absolutely urgent because we don’t have much time before somebody goes crazy. Any moment the destruction of the earth is imminent,” states Osho.
Osho says, “You have to remember that wherever you are it is a holy land and whatever you are doing it is divine.”
In part 2 of her article, Veena explains the connections between kungfu and XinYiBa, and XinYiBa and the Gulun Kungfu Heritage.
Bodhicitta made available two short videos with “the essence of what I have learned in my 85 years on this planet this time. Please see if it is of some use to you!”
Osho says, “Your mind is just… a TV screen or a drama stage. You are not supposed to act. You are not supposed to do anything.”
Osho comments on the last stanzas of Desiderata: ‘Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself.’
Every spinning wheel has a center that is still. Maturity is about discovering that unmoving center in the wheel of life, writes Param Srikantia. Published on cleveland.com on January 10, 2021.
“A fine balance between the material and spiritual worlds is needed,” writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Times of India and Speaking Tree on December 26, 2020.
OZYMA (no relation to OZY) is a new martial art based on the teachings of Osho, the late controversial Indian guru featured in the Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country, writes Devyani Nighoskar. Published in OZY on December 18, 2020.
Osho says, “There is a way of being in contact with reality without words… Words don’t help, they hinder.”
“As near as I can tell, the only door we have left open to ourselves as a species is a mass-scale awakening,” writes Caitlin Johnstone. Published in SOTT on October 26, 2020.
Deva Dosa contemplates miraculous healings and insights gained from a profound Upasana Meditation, shared globally for the first time via an Internet platform.
In this article, Deva Dosa interviews Master Healer Gyankirti after enjoying three of his recent zoom offerings. (Part 3)
Deva Dosa contemplates miraculous healings and insights from the abundance of Zoom offerings (Part 2).
In the new series, Deva Dosa contemplates miraculous healings and insights from this summer’s abundance of Zoom offerings.
“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.
In these times of social isolation due to coronavirus, my mind travels to India, where I once lived swathed in its jasmine perfume, writes Florencia Varas in pressenza.com, Chile. Published on 29 June 2020.
Osho speaks on ‘Listening’; “My success is to give you a real taste so that you can become confident that meditation is not a fiction.”
Satya Vedant is an avid supporter of the OneWorld Meditation program organized by the new Ask Bhagwan app, coming available just as humanity reaches a great turning point after twenty-five centuries.
With the approach of Guru Purnima on July 5, 2020, all are invited to download the free Ask Bhagwan app and participate in OneWorld Meditation.
Existence is full of love and laughter. Let’s not make it serious and morose, suggests Pratiskha Apurv in The Speaking Tree.
Rinzai said, “That which can be heard will not be essential. I have given you the key; silence is the key…”
Osho speaks on the second of three Tantra techniques using imagination; “If you can train your imagination, you can do wonders through it.”
“The priority should be your attainment of spiritual freedom, because political tyrannies come and go,” declares Osho
As the Super Moon of Buddha Purnima 2020 illuminates a planet under lockdown, we celebrate an important update – by Deva Dosa.