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Past Lives / Reincarnation

Osho in garden Feat

Osho speaks about the difference between ordinary suicide – that is not really suicide, you simply change the body – and the ultimate suicide, where you will never be born again, when you disappear into the cosmos.

Priya on camel

An item crossed off on Priya’s bucket list: a journey to the Sahara; “I suspect that sometimes just doing something that is compelling becomes as important as the thing you were actually drawn to do.”

Rumi poem

A deeply reflective poem by Rumi (1207-1273) exploring the soul is read to accompany the Bagong Silang documentary about a community that inhabits a cemetery in Manila, Philippines.

Reincarnation is a subject most sannyasins have been constantly and highly interested in then and now. We didn’t walk the well-trodden path of having been Cleopatra or Napoleon, which was just spiritual bourgeois make-believe. We were much more interested in places of incarnation such as Tibet and other power spots of the ancients. Listening to Osho making the statements below, our jaws fell, our minds chattered in disbelief like mad monkeys – which of course was the entire point…

Many individuals who take birth and attain higher consciousness on this earth, have to seek birth on other planets. Actually, people who brought information from other planets to this earth were basically from the other planets. It's only now that the scientists have come to recognize there may be life on some fifty thousand planets.

Q: You have said that by resolving consciously to withdraw inside, or at the time of death, the entire life energy shrinks and returns to the center for the purpose of turning into a seed once again. At which center does the energy shrink? Does it concentrate at the agya chakra, at the navel, or at some other point? Which is the most important chakra, and why?

NDE

Since 2005, Robert Mays and his wife Suzanne have made a huge contribution to science by conducting concentrated research into the nature of consciousness.

Unmistaken Child

Review of a documentary about a Tibetan monk who had served his Lama for 23 years and is given the task to find the reincarnation of his master.