Mystic Rose: A New Beginning

But we are doing the experiment again and we are in a far more successful stage now. Our people are more joyous, more meditative, more intelligent, uncompromising. This is the meeting of the eccentric people…

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Vision for the Whole Man

15th October is the birthday of the famous German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. A man of extraordinary intellect, Nietzsche’s work as a philosopher has had a phenomenal impact on modern intellectual history. In his short life of…

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Remain a Watcher

Osho on Witnessing OSHO DOES WITNESSING ALWAYS BRING JOY? THE MOMENTS THAT I CALL WITNESSING SOMETIMES FEEL DISTANT — ALMOST COLD IN THEIR NEUTRALITY. OTHER TIMES IT IS LIKE SPROUTING WINGS AND SOARING IN JOY…

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Sannyasin: A Mini Buddhafield

Osho on Bahauddin Born in 1317 AD, in present day Uzebkistan, Hazrat Muhammad Bahauddin Shah Naqshband, commonly called Bahauddin is a 14th century Central Asian Sufi saint after whom the Naqshbandi order takes its name.…

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Welcoming Boredom

WHAT EXACTLY IS BOREDOM? IF I DON’T DO SOMETHING, EVEN SOMETHING NEEDLESS, A PANIC ARISES, A HUGE FEAR. WHAT IS IT THAT CAUSES THIS FRENZY OF MOVEMENT? WHY AM I SO UNCOMFORTABLE WITH THIS FEELING?…

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Reverence for Life

02nd October is the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, a man who needs no introduction anywhere in the world! His successful campaign based on non-violent resistance for India’s independence from British rule has inspired freedom and…

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The Universe is, I am not

Osho on Nothingness, emptiness BELOVED OSHO, FOR YEARS I HAVE CONTEMPLATED WHAT SEEMS TO ME TO BE THE BASIC MESSAGE FOR WELL-BEING: LOVE YOURSELF. WHEN I WAS A THERAPIST, ALL DAY HEARING, “I HATE MYSELF;…

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Mystery of Darkness

Osho on Darkness BELOVED OSHO, WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY ABOUT DARKNESS? I have much to say about darkness, because nobody has taken notice of the mystery that darkness is. Much has been said…

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Tozan: Living in the Moment

Osho on Tozan Tozan, also spelled as Dongshan, was a Chan Buddhist monk of ninth-century China. He founded the Caodong school which was transmitted to Japan in the thirteenth century by Dogen and developed into the Soto school of Zen. Tozan is also…

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