Without balancing inner and outer ecology, embarking on a spiritual odyssey is not possible, writes Pratiksha Apurv in The Times of India and Speaking Tree. Published on July 18, 2020.
Osho says, “India is the only land in the whole world, strangely, which has devoted all its talents in a concentrated effort to see the truth and to be the truth.”
“I believe that man is both together, spiritual and material … In fact man is psychosomatic, not material and spiritual, because that ‘and’ creates duality … Man is materialspiritual,” says Osho.
The Western young generation is ever happy to come to India and nourish their soul, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle, published on August 16, 2017.
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.
The longing for a better life, for a utopia, has been constantly in man’s mind since he became aware of his consciousness. On the other hand he became more and more afraid of all his irrational powers. Can you please comment?
Mayuri is interviewed by Alex Howard on consciousness2 about her journey from worldly accomplishments in accounting to her spiritual journey, and developing her teachings in money and consciousness.
Conscious 2, a TV channel focused on awakening in daily life, interviews Rafia about exploring the role of sex and relationships in our spiritual development.
An ancient call – a cinematic journey directed by Damini (Akanksha Joshi), produced by the Ministry of External Affairs, Indian Diplomacy; music by Prem Chinmaya (Dunster).
Psychologists say it is very difficult to find a man who has not thought at least four times in his life of committing suicide.
Michael Gray of Financial Insider Weekly interviews Mayuri Onerheim about her book, “Money, Spirituality, Consciousness” for Bay Area public TV: What is consciousness and what has spirituality to do with money.
What is this dream of yours which you have been working so hard to realize for the past twenty–five, thirty years, ignoring all kinds of hindrances and obstacles?
There’s been a flurry of articles about Terence Stamp in the English press over the last few weeks coinciding with a scheduled BFI (British Film Industry) retrospective of his movies throughout May.
Published on March 15, 2013, the Daily Post, India, writes about Pratiksha, her life and work as Osho’s sannyasin and her next exhibition.
Zen Gardner looks at the ongoing changes and shifts that are having an incredible impact on humanity, bringing about much needed change in consciousness. Also included is a short talk by David Icke.
It is rare to see a photo or a book cover of Osho in any of the Indonesian newspapers or magazines. Last Sunday, there was a pleasant surprise that maybe heralds a new era.