Osho read an enormous amount of books during his life time, all collected into a library in his Ashram in Poona. Ma Kavisho, Osho′s librarian, has catalogued 900 books in which Osho painted the endpapers and 3500 in which he coloured his signature. He explains that when we repress our basic nature, sex takes roots in the unconscious, creating an unnatural obsession. Atisha is one of the rare masters, rare in the sense that he was taught by three enlightened masters. Bombay sannyasins celebrated her death with a beautiful kirtan on her birthday, February 12. The book contains stories of several people who recount openly the circumstances which ultimately led them to become disciples of Osho. This memoir recounts my experiences during the 10+ years I was a disciple of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (now known as Osho). It makes sense and sounds easy, but anyone who has tried it knows just how difficult it is to do in practice. In essence, it is about changing yourself from the inside, and then seeing the remarkable results that has on your life on the outside. A beautiful book with many photographs of Osho and relating to his life, to celebrate Osho′s 80th birth year.
The book has won multiple book awards: Living Now Book of the Year, Nautilus, Eric Hoffer, and finalist in Indie Excellence Awards.
The book was shown to Osho in 1989 and his penetrating comment on it can be found at the end of the film.
Nirgun concludes her book at age 74, writing, "Scientists tell us that nothing in existence can ever go out of existence. For several years, David was the leader of the Codependency groups at Osho Commune in Pune, India.
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The deck comes with an instruction booklet, which offers Osho quotes for each card and instructions on how to use the deck. The book immerses the reader into the mysteries of Japan, deepens the understanding of Reiki, not only historically, and invites to experiment with new Reiki techniques.
In Oregon she ruled the entire commune supposedly under Osho′s guidance, until differences crept up. Meeting Osho in April 1976 Devageet immediately knew that he had found his spiritual master. The Osho Transformation Tarot, also called Osho Neo-Tarot, as an application for your iPhone or iPad.
Osho was not in favour of compilations, parts taken from his different books and put together to form another book.
After they were published, it was felt that these compilations were interfering with sales of the complete discourse books in the Commune′s bookshop. The messages to and fro between Sarito and Keerti show that Osho was not in favour of compilations published by sannyasins themselves.
A-influences created in life, that is, in life itself - they are the first kind, and often the only kind, of influences people are subjected to; A-influences do not come from an esoteric center. B-influences created outside life as C-influences, but diminished in consciousness by being thrown into the general vortex of life; the second kind of influences. Myths and fairy tales can be said to be B-influences pointing to a higher level of consciousness.
In order not to have to work with mainstream publishers who prefer a watered-down Osho in compilations, some sannyasins publish Osho′s books themselves. This meditation offers a soft method by using your breath to transform negative energy into blissfulness. Your heart can do miracles, as the energy passes through your heart it becomes bliss, it becomes blessing. Eioi?iaoeyIinaoeoaee, iaoiayueany a a?oiia Ainoe, ia iiaoo inoaaeyou eiiiaioa?ee a aaiiie iiainoe. Oaa?aaiua O?eee, i?eaeaoaai anao ia?aeoe ia iiao? aa?ne? naeoa, ia eioi?ie iu ?aoeee ia?aou ana n ?enoiai eenoa. BiographyOsho was born Chandra Mohan Jain (?????? ???? ???) in Kuchwada, a small village in the Narsinghpur District of Madhya Pradesh state in India, as the eldest of eleven children of a cloth merchant. Osho said this was a major influence on his growth because his grandmother gave him the utmost freedom and respect, leaving him carefree; without an imposed education or restrictions. He started his public speaking at the annual Sarva Dharma Sammelan held at Jabalpur since 1939, organised by the Taranpanthi Jain community into which he was born.
The moment I entered the garden everything became luminous, it was all over the place – the benediction, the blessedness.
In 1968, he scandalised Hindu leaders by calling for freer acceptance of sex; at the Second World Hindu Conference in 1969, he enraged Hindus by criticising all organised religion and the very institution of priesthood. On September 26, 1970 he initiated his first disciple or sannyasin at an outdoor meditation camp, one of the large gatherings where he lectured and guided group meditations. The new apartment also proved insufficient, and the climate of Mumbai was deemed very bad for his delicate health. The two adjoining houses and six acres of land became the nucleus of an Ashram, and those two buildings are still at the heart of the present-day Osho International Meditation Resort. During one of his discourses in 1980, an attempt on his life was made by a Hindu fundamentalist. On 1 May 1981, having discoursed daily for nearly 15 years, Osho entered a three-and-a-half-year period of self-imposed public silence, and satsangs (silent sitting, with some readings from his works and music) took the place of his discourses. In mid-1981, Osho went to the United States in search of better medical care (he suffered from asthma, diabetes and severe back problems). Osho stayed in Rajneeshpuram as the commune's guest, living in a modest home with an indoor swimming pool. Increasing conflicts with neighbours and the state of Oregon, as well as serious and criminal misconduct by the commune's management (including conspiracy to murder public officials, wiretapping within the commune, the attempted murder of Osho's personal physician, and a bioterrorism attack on the citizens of The Dalles, Oregon, using salmonella), made the position of the Oregon commune untenable. In late October 1985, Osho himself was arrested in North Carolina as he was allegedly fleeing the U.S. In late December 1988, he said he no longer wished to be referred to as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, and shortly afterwards took the name Osho. On January 19, 1990, four years after his arrest, Osho died, aged 58, with heart failure being the publicly reported cause. It does not matter which poison has been given to me, but it is certain that I have been poisoned by Ronald Reagan's American government. His ashes were placed in his newly built bedroom in one of the main buildings (LaoTsu House) at his last place of residence, his Ashram in Pune, India.
He has sucked from virtually any spiritual tradition while in the same time has condemned any spiritual tradition and mainly organized religions and those who head them. Osho's discourses were interspersed with jokes and delivered with an oratory that many found captivating.
His teachings changed in emphasis over time, employing paradoxes and contradiction which added to the difficulty of summarizing his work. In the course of his life, Osho spoke on all the major spiritual traditions, including Hinduism, Hassidism, Tantrism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, the teachings of a variety of Eastern and Western mystics, and on sacred scriptures such as the Upanishads and the Guru Granth Sahib.

Human experiences of separateness, duality and temporality are illusions produced by the mind.
Humanity is threatened with extinction due to over-population, impending nuclear holocaust, and diseases such as AIDS. Man is a machine that is limited to acting out of unconscious, neurotic patterns unless he awakens. Everyone is capable of experiencing unconditional love; and in so doing, responding rather than reacting to life. He taught that this total awareness awakens an individual from sleep and mechanical responses to stimuli, conditioned by beliefs and expectations.
There are other "active meditation" techniques, like "OSHO Kundalini Meditation" and "OSHO Nadabrahma Meditation", which are less animated, although they also include physical activity. BiographyDolano was born in 1952 in Lindau, Bodensee in Germany and grew up in institutions. She felt drawn to meditation and since then dedicated her time and effort to the practicing of Zazen meditation. BiographySwami Rajneesh Osho's mysterious controversial devotee now reveals himself in his banned book Tears of The Mystic Rose.
BiographyVirato was born in Brooklyn, New York on December 14, 1938 to parents whose lineage runs pure to Medieval Lithuanian royalty. At the age of 22 he completed his higher education and entered a traditional corporate, suburban lifestyle, which included a wife, three children, and membership in his local Junior Chamber of Commerce. In 1976 Virato left "corporate America," and an addiction to alcohol, beginning his expansive journey into psychology, metaphysics and self-realization. Over the past 30 years he has been a practical transpersonal psychotherapist and editor of New Frontier Magazine, Asheville ReSource, Chattanooga Spirit all supporting and expansion of human awareness. In 1979 he traveled to Pune, India, where he studied meditation, Eastern philosophy, and leading edge psycho-spiritual and psychotherapeutic methods. From 1982 Virato founded and served as Director of Premsagar Meditation Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. In 1994 he moved to Asheville, North Carolina, where he managed an advanced holistic detoxification and meditation retreat, near Black Mountain, NC about 20 miles from Asheville.. Virato says, "Most of people's existence is unaware, energetically blocked or addicted, conditioned living. Virato has traveled afar over the past 25 years, presenting his powerful transformational lectures and self-help events to thousands.
TeachingsThe methods used by the Nepal Institute are based upon the teachings of Swami Virato, the enlightened mystic, Osho, the science of Wilhelm Reich, and other teachers of essential Tantra. Swami Nostradamus Virato has come to share unconditional love with you, and to allow you to experience this as well. Founded by Swami Virato in 1981 originally as Premsager Rajneesh Meditation Center, it was an official Rajneesh (Osho) center in Philadelphia, PA, USA, America's fourth largest city. In December 1994, Swami Virato moved from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, to Asheville, North Carolina. Donations are welcome to expand and spread Swami Virato's Tantric philosophy, as well as create a physical retreat, and expand the Institute. Swami Virato has also been spending time conducting Tantra events in Russia since 1992, assisting them in awakening at this very critical and formative time in their existence. At the age of 28 he entered a rehabilitation program for drug addicts at Phoenix House New York, a drug-free therapeutic community for intensive rehabilitation. He is an innovative therapist and inspiring teacher who has created many therapeutic processes, including the AUM Meditation and other Social Meditations. TeachingsIn "Working with People", the live recording of a seminar given by Veeresh in Pune in 2003, he elaborates on the ingredients in working with people: care, compassionate involvement, motivation, presence and passion. BiographyBorn in England, he was a therapist there and then traveled to India and join the community of Osho (Rajneesh) in Pune and became a sannyasi.
Some used to claim that Lowe had been named as Osho's successor but those others who were around Osho at the time state that Osho did not see him that way and didn't think of anyone as his successor. After the scandalous termination of the Rajneeshpuram Ranch in Oregon, he wandered the world in search for his own niche in the modern spiritual movement. Lowe is highly criticized for trying to completely disown Osho and hiding his most significant period with him.
Death can take the fading body, the static personality, the prickly ego - take them, and welcome. Then let these blessings ride on the outgoing breath spreading to all nooks and corners of existence. At the time, an astrologer predicted that he might die before he was seven years old according to the birth chart.[16] His parents, who were Taranpanthi Jains, sent him to live with his maternal grandparents until he was seven years old.
He explained that he received a similar kind of respect from his paternal grandfather who was staying with them. I could see the trees for the first time – their green, their life, their very sap running. They settled in an apartment in Mumbai where he gave daily discourses and received visitors. His concept of neo-sannyas entailed wearing the traditional orange dress of ascetic Hindu holy men. So, in 1974, on the 21st anniversary of his enlightenment, he and his group moved from the Mumbai apartment to a newly purchased property in Koregaon Park, in the city of Pune, a four-hour trip from Mumbai.
This space allowed for the regular audio and video recording of his discourses and, later, printing for worldwide distribution, which enabled him to reach far larger audiences internationally. After a brief spell in Montclair, New Jersey, his followers bought (for US$6 million) a 64,000 acre (260 km?) ranch in Wasco County, Oregon, previously known as "The Big Muddy", where they settled for the next four years and legally incorporated a city named Rajneeshpuram. Over the coming years, he acquired fame for the large number of Rolls-Royces his followers bought for his use. In July 1985, he resumed his daily public discourses in the commune's purpose-built, two-acre meditation hall. Accused of minor immigration violations, Osho, on advice of his lawyers, entered an "Alford plea" – through which a suspect does not admit guilt, but does concede there is enough evidence to convict him – and was given a suspended sentence on condition that he leave the country. Being refused entry visas by more than twenty different countries, he returned to India in July 1986, and in January 1987, to his old Ashram in Pune, India. Prior to his death, Osho had expressed his belief that his rapid health decline was caused by some form of poison administered to him by the U.S.
Conversant with all the Eastern religious traditions, he also drew on a wide and eclectic range of Western influences in his teaching.
But the topic that predominated, and on which he came to focus exclusively towards the end of his life, was Zen. According to him, meditation is not just a practice, but a state of awareness that can be maintained in every moment. Osho employed Western psychotherapy as a means of preparing for meditation, and also introduced his own meditation techniques, which he referred to as "Active Meditations".
His final formal technique is called "OSHO Mystic Rose", comprising three hours of laughing every day for the first week, three hours of weeping each day for the second, with the third week for silent meditation.
The popular and cost-effective accommodation option is renting studios and apartments in the area of Koregaon Park. After a long wandering and feeling of getting lost in wrong directions, Dolano finally encountered Osho, her master, in 1979.

She lives in India and for 10 years she took care of the swans in the Osho Ashram in Poona.
At the end of 1992, according to her words, through the grace of Gangaji, she underwent a transformation.
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Virato was introspective and scholastic as a child, usually near or at the top of his class. As he says he entered a "fulfilled state of consciousness," his sense of smell, his intuitive ability, his attitude and his lifestyle totally transformed. He served on the Board of Directors of the Association for Humanistic Psychology, and has held active positions with the est organization, Lifespring, the Insight Trainings.
He is also currently editor of Asheville Magazine and a columnist for three other publications in Asheville, NC., The Indie, Asheville Sky and the Wanderer.
On January 10, 1980, while in India, he accepted initiation from the enlightened mystic, Osho. He was also the Executive Director of Philadelphia's New Frontier Center exploring human consciousness, science and spirituality. As we entered the new millennium, Swami Virato went on the road, spending much time in Russia, and two years in Tennessee, planting the seeds of the Tantric lifestyle. Please help by clicking the Edit tab and adding details about ashrams, centers, temples, satsangs and any other locations and events related to this guru.
One year later the Dutch Ministry of Health invited him to establish a training program for addiction specialists in the Netherlands and in 1978 he founded the Humaniversity in Egmond aan Zee with the purpose of training therapists.
Osho gave him the sannyasi name Swami Anand Teertha and later, he became Osho's chief disciple and therapist. The number and frequency of visitors soon became too much for the place, overflowing the apartment and bothering the neighbours. Pune had been the secondary residence of many wealthy families from Mumbai because of the cooler climate (Mumbai lies in a coastal wetland, hot and damp, Pune is inland and much higher, so it is drier and cooler).
According to statements he made to the press, he did so against the wishes of Ma Anand Sheela, his secretary and the commune’s top manager. These meditation techniques are characterized by alternating stages of physical activity and silence.
The result of these processes is said to be the experience of "witnessing", enabling the "jump into awareness". There is activity all day: sessions, Osho guided meditations, dancing etc and an evening session. You can stop first at the popular German Bakery nearby and have a coffee and a sandwich first.
It is said that he was always drawn to things esoteric and mystical in his formative years.
His name was changed from Joseph Banks to his new spiritual name, Virato, meaning eternity. In November 2000, NTB, Russia's Public Broadcasting TV Network did a special on Virato and his extensive work in alcohol and substance abuse in their country.
His media appearances are numerous, with countless articles on, and by him, in publications internationally over the past three decades.
He graduated top of the class as an addiction specialist and was selected to go to England to establish Phoenix House London. A much larger apartment was found on the ground floor (so the visitors would not need to use the elevator, a matter of conflict with the former neighbours). Osho believed such cathartic methods were necessary, since it was very difficult for people of today to just sit and be in meditation. You can also go to swim in the pool or play Zennis (Zen Tennis), eat and drink in one of the 3 restaurants, buy books at the bookshop and more. This is how the traditional tarot is often used, to satisfy a longing to know about the past and future.
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Although Osho himself was not implicated in these crimes, his reputation suffered tremendously, especially in the West. There is a dressing code of maroon robe for the day and white robe for the evening session. He had his own radio program in New York City in the '60s, Philadelphia in the '80s and Asheville, NC. He then taught philosophy, first at Raipur Sanskrit College, and then, until 1966, as a Professor at Jabalpur University.
It is a system based on the wisdom of Zen, a wisdom that says events in the outer world simply reflect in the outer world simply reflect our own thoughts and feelings, even though we ourselves might be unclear about what those thoughts and feelings are. At the same time, he travelled throughout India, giving lectures critical of socialism and Gandhi, under the name Acharya Rajneesh (Acharya means "teacher"; Rajneesh was a nickname he had been given by his family). For the next ten minutes, the person jumps up and down with their arms raised, shouting Hoo! So it helps us to turn our attention away from outside events so we can find a new clarity of understanding in our innermost hearts. In Russia he has trained hundreds of psychologists in his methods, and brought countless people back to a fulfilling, conscious life.
In 1962, he began to lead 3- to 10-day meditation camps, and the first meditation centres (Jivan Jagruti Kendras) started to emerge around his teaching, then known as the Life Awakening Movement (Jivan Jagruti Andolan). The conditions and states of mind portrayed by the contemporary images on the cards are all shown as being essentially transitional and transformative. In the fourth, silent stage, the person freezes, remaining completely motionless for fifteen minutes, and witnessing everything that is happening to them. This book provides a bird\'s-eye view of the whole terrain-where fears originate, how to understand them, and how to find the courage to face them. In the process, Osho proposes that whenever we are faced with uncertainty and change in our lives, it is actually a cause for celebration. Instead of trying to hang on to the familiar and the known, we can learn to enjoy these situations as opportunities for adventure and for deepening our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.The book begins with an in-depth exploration of the meaning of courage and how it is expressed in the everyday life of the individual. Unlike books that focus on heroic acts of courage in exceptional circumstances, the focus here is on developing the inner courage that enables us to lead authentic and fulfilling lives on a day-to-day basis. Confined to small, hidden mystery schools for centuries, and often misunderstood and misinterpreted today. As Osho shows in these pages, it is a complete science of self-realizatoin, based on the cumulative wisdom of centuries of exploration into the meaning of life and consciousness. Love can only happen through freedom and in conjunction with a deep respect for ourselves and the other.

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