“Man… never makes any effort, even in finding one very fundamental thing: who he is, from where he comes, and what is his destiny, where he is going,” states Osho.
While reviewing this book, Madhuri reflected on issues like control, power struggle and verbal abuse and how it affects us.
A true story about three and a half years in an Indian prison by Mark O’Brien, aka Swami Alok Preetam; reviewed by Carolyn Boniface.
Pravasi’s vivid impressions of life in jail, going through the dark night of the soul, until he started a healthy routine of yoga, silent meditation, reading and writing. “Once you are free inside external freedom is extraneous and illusory…”
Ageh Bharti recalls meeting Advocate Heera Singh Chauhan in the late sixties, who tells him about meeting Osho who visited Jabalpur prison while he was incarcerated.
A little known fact in our sangha is the more than one-and-a-half decade old dedication by Dhanyam and Avinasho to make Osho available to prisoners in the USA. Dhanyam writes,
More and more wake-up calls are reaching us. More and more individuals speak up. Here’s Abby Martin (of Russia Today, US Edition) taking a look back at Plato’s ‘Allegory of the Cave’ and its application to today’s society.