Sarita presents a meditation she often did after a break-up, “Enjoy being with nature in the same way you would enjoy being with a lover,” as Osho says.
Sarita writes about the breaking up of a relationship and describes a completion ceremony to do this in a beautiful way.
There are stories that thousands of Tantrikas were murdered by Raja Bhoj, so the genuine Tantrikas who really knew the secrets of Tantra had to go underground to continue their practice, writes Keerti in Businessworld. Published on July 17, 2018.
Anna Silman talked to former Rajneeshpuram residents. Published in New York Magazine, The Cut, USA, on April 19, 2018.
Nick Licata remembers visiting Rajneeshpuram after Osho had left and been arrested in Charlotte, just before the Ranch closed. Published on Medium, March 23, 2018.
Tantra teacher Sarita on the importance of discovering, and letting go into our senses. An introduction to the Tantra Festival, that will be held on Corfu in June 2018.
Sarita writes about a modality she has has been using for healing for many years and about the inventor of Tachyonization, David Wagner.
Sarita reviews a book by Allison Armstrong: “Radical, positive transformation of our relationships will certainly happen as we embrace the wisdom contained in these pages….”
Sarita, and some of her friends, share their experiences of a 5-week long Ayurveda Pancha Karma Retreat in India.
Sarita talks about the origins, philosophy and ways of diagnosis with Ayurveda, a system of medicine from India.
Sarita says that if we find a harmonious alignment between all aspects of our being (conscious, subconscious and unconscious) we will live a balanced life, even during Kali Yuga.
Tantra teacher Sarita talks on reclaiming the power, joy, wildness and dignity of the male genitals.
Sarita reviews a ground-breaking book on the Yoni by acclaimed author and social commentator Naomi Wolf.
Sarita offers an in-depth explanation of how the Yoni works on a physical, emotional and spiritual level.
Sarita writes about her own discovery of reincarnation through meditation and her work helping others finding out for themselves.
Part 1 of a fictional ‘real’ story: two princesses leave their desert town for an adventure (or two)