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Hindi Magazine
June 2018
Hindi Magazine
Articles
Articles


Tarot Card Reader

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ma Prem Ritambhara is widely travelled and is the talented daughter and associate of the well known Tarot Card Reader, Ma Prem Usha. Ma Usha has been writing columns over the years for leading periodicals and web sites. Ritambhara has received training from her and has been assisting her in all her work. Ritambhara has been reading Tarot cards professionally in Mumbai, Pune, Zurich and New Delhi for the last seven years and continues to do so from her studio at the Taj Mansingh Hotel, New Delhi.
Tarot
May 2018
   
Message from the Master:
Don’t look to society and its condemnation. Don’t judge others and don’t be perturbed and disturbed by others judgment. You are alone and you are unique. You never were before, you never will be again. You are beautiful. Accept it. And whatsoever happens, allow it to happen and pass through it, says Osho, the Zen master. More...
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The Perfect Way
The Perfect Way

EMOTIONS Freedom form Anger, Jealousy and Fear
EMOTIONS Freedom form Anger, Jealousy and Fear

News From The World of OSHO
Ramateertha on EU Court of Justice Decision on the “Osho” Trademark
Posted by : owp - Monday, October 30, 2017
The retrospective allegation that Osho himself wanted his name to be a trademark and that he actually ordered its registration is simply untrue. It is an attempt to mislead, and to legitimize OIF’s own objectives and plans.
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It's only a brand-Sangeet
Posted by : owp - Monday, October 30, 2017
While many of us are offended by the underlying sentiment of this, from a purely legal point of view, OIF is correct. And let us rejoice that they are right and that they have admitted this on the record. The trademark approval means that OIF can use OSHO as a brand for goods and services that OIF owns or legally controls. A trademark has nothing to do with meditation or the teachings of a spiritual master, as OIF has admitted.
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Forget the past, forget the future, this moment is all.
Posted by : owp - Monday, October 23, 2017
Forget the past, forget the future, this moment is all.
This moment has to become your prayer,
Your love,
Your life,
Your death,
Your everything.
This is it.
And live courageously, don’t be cowards.
Don’t think of consequences
Only cowards think of consequences.

Osho, The Book of Wisdom, Ch 14, Q 1

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Don't allow money to use you
Posted by : owp - Wednesday, October 18, 2017
When you possess yourself you use money, you don-t allow money to use you. So this is just indicative of your becoming a little alert. Everybody is deeply interested in things, but when you become a little alert then you recognise the fact: Why am I so interested in things? A good indication, a good symbol, that you have become alert about it. Through this alertness you will start turning inwards.
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‘Osho can never be reduced to a brand’
Posted by : owp - Monday, October 16, 2017
“Things can be copyrighted, thoughts cannot be copyrighted, and certainly meditations cannot be copyrighted. They are not things of the marketplace. Nobody can monopolize anything. But perhaps the West cannot understand the difference between an objective commodity and an inner experience. For ten thousand years the East has been meditating and nobody has put trademarks upon meditations.”

(OSHO- Om Shantih Shantih Shantih discourses series)
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Osho can't be trademarked
Posted by : owp - Monday, October 16, 2017
A Master’s words come from eternity and that can’t be trademarked.


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You can also come with me
Posted by : owp - Saturday, October 14, 2017
An empty white chair
Floating,
Divine words
Melting with
Divine silences.
Osho, where do you go every day between
8 am and 9.45 am?


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Too scared to let go?
Posted by : owp - Saturday, October 14, 2017
Overcome your fears, let go and see yourself blossom and grow, writes Pratiksha Apurv in Speaking Tree, India.

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One of the questions by Pritish Nandy that Osho answered in Pune 2.
Posted by : owp - Thursday, October 05, 2017
What will be your view about corruption, because people are having a controversy about Bofors gun deal in which the middle man took away lot of money. So the question was, should there be a middle man in the defence purchases? And what should be the foreign policy of India?

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The Only Life
The Only Life


Expressions
On
The Only Life

 

 

I met Osho in 1988 with my senior film-maker
friend Vijay Anand. Since that time my
understanding of the ways of the world and of
mankind has matured and evolved. Osho's
thoughts, discourses and books have greatly
influenced my movies, my sense of music,
poetry, drama and aesthetics. In 1999 I wrote
and directed the film Taal; it was both directly
and indirectly, consciously and unconsciously
pervaded by Osho's teachings; particularly the
idea'Rise in love, do not fall in love.
Osho takes you to a new horizon beyond traditional beliefs. He nourishes
the seeker in you and makes you question, debate, explore the universal
truth within you. It is no wonder that so many of His people have been
transformed by the subtle alchemy of the masterdisciple relationship.
In The Only Life, we see how one of Osho's first disciples, Ma Yoga Laxmi,
embodies His vision of Zorba the Buddha, the new man or woman who
lives fully both the life of the material world and the life of the spirit. Like all
of us she had to pass through dark valleys and strenuous times to arrive
at the sunlit summit. The author and disciple of Osho, Swami Deva
Rashid Maxwell shows how, through meditation and engagement with
life, harmony, wisdom and loving kindness arose in her, qualities the
world needs urgently. This is a story for our times.

Above All, Don' t Wobble
Above All, Don' t Wobble

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