An extract from Marshall B. Rosenberg’s book, Speak Peace in a World of Conflict.
Osho speaks about an interview given by Dr Abraham Kovoor in December 1976 in which he talks about Osho, criticising him and the sannyasins.
Osho talks on ‘Depression’: “Whenever you are depressed, wait for the moment that the depression goes.”
In the Zooming Grace series, Deva Dosa interviews the Laughter Doctor, Rakesh Shah, MD, to learn about the benefits of laughter, still the best medicine.
A true story by Chintan about two holy Zen characters, a possible cure for mental illness, a terrifying rooster, and a horror story starring Jack DeCoster.
New Johns Hopkins University research found that an ‘encounter with God’ made people less afraid of death and improved their overall moods and outlooks, writes Natalie Rahhal. Published on Mail Online on April 26, 2019.
Second part of chapter 5 from Modita’s new book, ‘Depression’. She writes about Failing and Inferiority, her experience with the Schema Therapy, and the Art Therapy Training with Meera.
Lysan van Winden reviewed Modita van Zummeren’s recently released book, and after an interview with the author wrote an exposé about her life as a doctor, sannyasin, therapist, and healing from depression.
The first part of chapter 5 from Modita’s newly released book, ‘Depression: A Stepping Stone Towards Bliss’, talks about Schema Therapy, Social Isolation, and Entanglement.
In meditation the mind unclutters, experiences are digested, and the overload disappears, leaving the mind fresh and young and clear and clean, states Osho.
Kaiyum takes a brief look at two radically different approaches to humanity’s physical and mental health on a global scale.
While humans are reaching a longer lifespan, afflictions such a dementia and Alzheimer’s are also on the rise. Instead of separating old people from their families who feel they cannot cope with the burden of care, there is maybe another, more humane way than institutions. Video posted on BBC on July 11, 2017.
The emotions that come up even if one is not directly involved, are fundamentally human, writes Lindsay Holmes in The Huffington Post on June 13, 2016.
Mutribo writes about the life of Premda Lowson, the actor, performer and contemporary storyteller who lives on the south coast of NSW, Australia, with his wife, Jan.