The July episode from Love Osho Podcasts: Shivananda talks about living in Switzerlannd as a sannyasin, designing Osho’s book covers, painting, playing music and his workshops.
A music video that has gone viral, alerting the population to wake up and engage themselves with the potential effects of climate change.
Manish Vyas reviews Chinmaya’s recently released album, subtitled ‘Music to inspire presence in the here and now’; “This album beautifully introduces the listener to the unique sound that only the hypnotic nature of Eastern music can offer.”
Musician, singer and teacher Prashanto writes about her creative musical journey from childhood to today.
Sambodhi Prem’s introduction to his newly released album: “When I made the music of Buddha Universe I was thinking of nothing… I have found over the years that if I’m in such a space, the music comes, then all I do is capture it.”
“The song of a poet, the music of a musician, will go on echoing down the corridors of time. It belongs to eternity,” states Osho.
From Chinmaya’s diary entries (1989) about playing for Osho in Pune. (Part 1 of 2). “Like any tribe, ours shares gossip and news quickly it seems, because out of the blue I find myself invited to take part in all sorts of musical events!”
New EP from Miten’s unplugged solo recordings: “These four songs returned to me, totally spontaneously, like old lovers to be welcomed and embraced,” he writes,
Karunesh answers Punya’s questions about his favourite albums, the way he composes, how Osho has influenced his life and why he has chosen Hawaii as his home. (Part 2 of 2)
Anugraha shares a track from his newly released album, ‘The Early Bird’ and answers why it is his favourite.
World-renowned composer Karunesh talks about his love for music, meeting Osho and playing for him. (Part 1 of 2)
Raso’s songs in this recently-released CD are based on meditation and arose from her life with Osho and love of the wild earth.
“The duality has melted into oneness. The knower and the known are dissolved; there is only knowing,” states Osho.
Punya reviews Shastro’s recently released album – live improvisations on bansuri, a string of jewels that takes one right inside.
A live recording on video at Mandali Centre in Italy of a piece included in Shastro’s new album, ‘Flute Meditations’.
Osho tells a joke before the evening Gibberish meditation: “The bamboos are asking for a few laughs. Even the clouds are not silent. A few laughs before we enter into our daily meditation.”
Dhyan Tarpan’s beautiful melody on bansuri, a track nicely crafted as his first homework task for a Logic Pro software course.
Paul Prem Nadama reviews Madhuro’s recently released album – some new, some old-time beloved songs: “Congratulations to all involved. Great stuff!”
Ambika reported from the final leg in Atlanta of Milarepa and OneSky Band’s US tour, and put together a video of the event: “…such glimpses of these musical moments are difficult to capture with photos and videos, but I guess you just had to be there.”
A review by Abhi, courtesy of Osho Viha Magazine, of Deva Premal’s newly released album (launched 12 October 2018).
Karin Reber’s review of Manish Vyas’ recently released album: “The songs fit very well into a cozy yoga class, or are a nice way to slow down after an exhausting day and to go back to our own self.”
A soulful improvisation by Shastro on bansuri and Suyana on vocals, based on Raga Hamsadwani. Soothing to the soul, this is music to travel on a mystical inner journey…
Deva Premal and Miten find a feeling of spirituality when playing thousand-year-old mantras and chants, writes Alexander Sorochan on VueWeekly.
A short presentation of the recently released new album by Chaitanya Hari (Georg Deuter). With this album, Deuter enters a new realm of circular, wave sounds. These sounds are beautifully brought to life to send the listener into a deep place of healing and trance.
We ask Milarepa what drives him to go yet again on tour with his One Sky Band and with Steven Walters and Sudhananda.
Madhuri reviews Paul Prem Nadama’s lastest album: “This music takes us to a place we all want: falling into the moment and being caressed by it. The album is human, unpretentious, yet so laid back it gives us courage to relax too.”
Paul Prem Nadama sings (on video) one of his compositions from his last album ‘There are Times’: “This song was written last year in gratitude to everything Arillas has given and continues to give me whenever I return.”
A song on video by the Avett Brothers – with lyrics.
When my body won’t hold me anymore / And it finally lets me free / Will I be ready?
Meditation training programs can have measurable effects on how the brain functions even when someone is not actively meditating, writes Josh Richardson in Wake Up World on June 9, 2017.
Chinmaya remembers the bombing of the German Bakery in Pune, India, a popular meeting point of sannyasins, and his Jhuni Benefit Concert that happened at the same time.
Milarepa reviews Sudhananda’s latest album: “He has created something beautiful, straight from his heart to ours. I think everyone will find something on this cd to enjoy and be touched by.”
On the occasion of the release of its digital version, Chinmaya remembers his musician friends and the events that led to the creation of this album.
The title track of the first album by the band Ascension, lead by Amano Manish with his compositions on slide guitar.