A video of two musicians meeting on Instagram – released 7 April 2021 (Episode 6).
“As you listen to music, listen to me that way. Don’t listen to me as you listen to a philosopher; listen to me as you listen to the birds,” says Osho.
Lyrics, voice and piano by Marie Laure Barber, melody based on Hotel California by the Eagles, produced by Darpan.
Atmo invites us to the wonderous world inhabited by dolphins. His video is accompanied by Peter Makena’s voice in the song Gratefulness.
Miten talks to Punya on his album ‘Devotee’ and the recently-released ‘Deva Premal – The Essential Collection 1998-2020’.
The newly-launched web and mobile app, by Deva Premal and Miten and team, for mantra lovers – by Punya.
In this article, Deva Dosa interviews Master Healer Gyankirti after enjoying three of his recent zoom offerings. (Part 3)
In this heartfelt conversation, Pratibha shares how she transmits Osho’s fragrance and grace via her Heart Dance and voice workshops.
Madhuri reviews a meditation with words by Osho, voice and music by Gopal – and a few words by Gopal about his experience with this guided meditation.
Love Osho interviews Pravira: Playing for Osho in drive-by and at press conferences and how playing for him changed the way she plays the violin today.
Sudhananda talks about how the music for Osho was composed and how creativity was the essential element permeating every aspect of the communal living around Osho.
Nirbija reviews Devakant’s latest album: A fresh musical experience for breathing into the chakras and other techniques.
Deva relates how meeting Osho and living in the communes influenced her life and what she feels when chanting mantras.
Pernilla Kannapinn wrote a few words for us to accompany her ‘Morning Prayer to the Universe’ recorded during her quarantine in Greece (music video and lyrics).
In this week’s Love Osho podcast bassist Prabodh remembers how it was to play live in front of Osho; he also talks about his life lessons and new projects.
Part 3 of Shantidharm’s life story: Once around the world, landing in Tuscany after some more stops in between…
Musician Atmo Ravi talks about the Osho community in Russia and poses a few questions to the ‘older generation’.
This song was written and recorded in Greece during Pernilla Kannapinn’s artistic quarantine. It premiered on March 29, 2020.
An interview with Deuter (Chaitanya Hari) by Waduda and Bhikkhu, founders of the music label, New Earth Records.
‘Mela’ is new project from Chinmaya Dunster and producer/DJ Ben Fordham, who met last year at the Devon Steiner school where they have a child in the same class.
Dharti Ma – A Tribute to Earth – Official Music Video by Earth Day Network. Premiered on April 18, 2020.
Premgyan presents his song inspired by an early morning in the countryside. Video by Suryam, vocals by Sangit and Premgyan.
Deva Premal’s new creation has been released worldwide across digital platforms today. The mantra is recorded at a traditional pitch of 432Hz.
Musician and choir master Chandra explores the gaps between the notes, the ‘general pauses’ as they are called in classical music.
Deva Premal and Miten invite to an online gathering on Osho’s Enlightenment Day, Saturday, 21 March 2020 – and now every day until further notice.
A video interview of Devakant where he speaks about music (“the queen of the arts”), his first spiritual experience, how he discovered Osho, how Osho worked on him, and about creativity and discipline.
William Close is the inventor behind the Earth Harp with which he creates the most incredible spherical music. Published by BBC on February 24, 2020.
POSTPONED Milarepa writes about his awesome experiences in the mountains since childhood and why he is happy to return to Nepal
this spring to play at the OSHOfest March 23-28
After a concert, David Holzer interviews Miten for the Budapest Business Journal, published on November 5, 2019.
Punya was invited to an introductory event for the Ronnie Gardiner Method (RGM), that has proven beneficial not only for old-age memory loss, but also for stroke, Parkinson’s, MS and dementia patients, and children with learning disabilities.
Marc discovers that paleolithic flutes from more than 40,000 years ago maintain their beautiful sounds.
Madhuri reviewed the film starring Aretha Franklin after she saw it in the cinema, and shares what happened on her way home.