Osho speaks on ‘Agony and Ecstasy’: “Agony means: I don’t know who I am…. Ecstasy is the flower of agony.”
There isn’t one world, but as many worlds as there are people, notes guest columnist Param Srikantia (Deva Anugraha). Published on cleveland.com, June 14, 2020.
While Tao spoke on Swaram’s Love Osho podcast recently, she shared a meditation that sounds very intriguing, in particular as it addresses pain. We asked her to elaborate.
Aleksa Erickson lists a number of general observations of pain and the location in the physical body to serve as a guide to help healing. Published in Collective Evolution.
Pain messages travel along the peripheral nervous system until they reach the spinal cord, explains Amrit Sadhana in Asian Age on February 23, 2017.
The Upanishads say that there is no opposition between God and the world: there is no Devil, and there is no power opposing God. How then is this world created?
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.
Josh Richardson in ‘Wake Up World’ elaborates about 20 sources of pain in the body that are each directly tied to specific emotional states. Published on February 26, 2016.
In this three-part series, Kaiyum clarifies widespread confusion about the difference between feelings and emotions.
Part 2: More facets of the subject of feelings and emotions that make it even more colourful!
For most people it is habitual to complain and groan about situations they are not in agreement with, says Chuck Spezzano of ‘Psychology of Vision’.
Excerpt from Chapter 16 of Devageet’s newly published book, Osho: The First Buddha in the Dental Chair
Osho speaks on hypnosis and its use for childbirth and the ecstasy which can be experienced while giving birth.