The Ten Grounds of the Way: “The Way is beyond time and beyond experience.” (part 1)
Anugyan ventures deeply into J B Priestley’s work on ‘time’ and ‘dreams’ and finds Osho’s comments on the subject.
The clock represents the mind – and not just literally, not just as a metaphor; mind is time, states Osho.
When we enter into meditation, life is fully awakened and that is living the whole, living in eternity. Then time doesn’t exist, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in The Speaking Tree, March 25, 2020.
From birth onwards, time seemed to me to go faster and faster. But since we left America, just over two months ago, it feels to me like whole lifetimes have passed. Osho, what have you done to time?
How climate change and advancing commercial exploitation will affect Finland’s indigenous Sami people; a Norwegian town intends to abolish timekeeping.
This present moment is beyond time. One can live in this no-time, no-space paradigm while fully breathing the present in its totality, writes Pratiksha Apurv. Published in Speaking Tree on November 17, 2018.
An essay by Marc about the oldest questions asked by mankind: who created the universe, why was the world created, is there a design?
People are hard pressed for time, in particular when it comes to devoting space to meditation, writes Keerti in this excerpt. Published in Happy Ho.
Scientist Dr Robert Lanza says in his book ‘Biocentrism’, that death is an illusion generated by our consciousness. Furthermore, life does not end when the body dies, and it can last forever. Published in Ancient Code.
A new scientific review suggests that these and other mindfulness exercises can actually reverse stress-related changes in genes, writes Amanda McMillan in TIME Magazine, published June 17, 2017.
Keerti writes and quotes Osho about new year wishes and new year resolutions; published in dna, India.
Your time is created within you. Your time is not my time. There exist as many times parallel as there are minds. There is not one time. If there is one time, then there will be difficulty. Then amidst the whole miserable human-kind, nobody can become a Buddha because we belong to the same time.
Triggered by e-mail conversations with Bhagawati where the question arose ‘What is time?’, Bodhisagar felt inspired to write about his understanding.
Zen Gardner looks at the ongoing changes and shifts that are having an incredible impact on humanity, bringing about much needed change in consciousness.
In Michael Wende’s film, musicians of the Berlin Philharmonic talk about the perception of time while playing music, that time stops on occasion – the experience of a time vacuum – and one experiences totally the now, felt by everybody present.