A Cup of Tea (142)
“The perfect expression of art may be in worlds beyond, but it is gratifying one may not need to go so far to seek it,” expounds Anugyan in this essay.
“Desiderata says: Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. Don’t condemn yourself – you are a child of the universe,” states Osho.
“The people you think are moral are just repressed people, egoistic, carrying all sorts of repressed desires in them. Once an opportunity is given to them, they will explode,” concludes Osho.
…shout, cry, jump, talk, babble, do whatever you please. Close the doors and observe your own madness in its entirety…” suggests Osho on ‘Anger’.
Swaram’s journey with anger (a taboo in our society), via repression and depression, then learning to appreciate the energy, expressing and transforming it in active meditations.
Q: You are known throughout the world as the tantra master or the sex guru, yet in the three years I have been in your ashram, not only have I had less sex than ever before in my life, but thought and heard less about it as well. Will you explain this discrepancy?
“Whatsoever you repress will become your attraction,” says Osho. From our series 1001 Tales, compiled by Shanti.
In this first part of a series of 10, Osho speaks about the significance of the first and second chakras.
“A man of awareness does not need anybody else to tell him what to do, what not to do,” states Osho.
This film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and documents the rape of a young girl five years ago and the events that followed.
I have been observing that whenever press people come to the ashram they are always looking for something negative – sex, money, etcetera, etcetera. Can’t they see what is happening here?