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Hindi Magazine
August 2019
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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
August 2019
   
Message from the Master:
Man lives like a robot: mechanically efficient, but with no awareness. Hence the whole problem! All religion is nothing but that: an effort to become more conscious, an effort to become more aware, an effort to bring more alertness, more attentiveness to your life, says Osho, the Zen master.More...
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EMOTIONS Freedom form Anger, Jealousy and Fear
EMOTIONS Freedom form Anger, Jealousy and Fear

Path Ke Pradeep
Path Ke Pradeep

And The Grass Grows By Itself
And The Grass Grows By Itself

जो बोलैं तो हरिकथा
जो बोलैं तो हरिकथा

अन्तर्यात्रा के पथ पर
अन्तर्यात्रा के पथ पर

अंतर्वीणा
अंतर्वीणा

कहै कबीर मैं पूरा पाया
कहै कबीर मैं पूरा पाया

बहुरि न ऐसो दांव
बहुरि न ऐसो दांव

News From The World of OSHO
I have never liked cuddling and hugging
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Beloved Osho,

Were you always self-sufficient even as a child? Did you never need cuddling or hugging? Was your body free of this desire?

Unfortunately, yes. I dont remember that I ever needed any cuddling and hugging. I say, unfortunately, yes. Perhaps I have missed something beautiful. Cuddling and hugging are needed by children because they feel so small, so fragile, so afraid of the big world around. I have never felt any fear, and I have had my sources of warmth within myself - as far back as I can remember.
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Review on Veena Schlegel’s book: Glimpses of my Master
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, June 18, 2019
A Profound Portrait of Osho: a review of Veena Schlegel’s book ‘Glimpses of my Master’ by Bodhi Heeren

Not that many books are written about the controversial mystic Osho (aka Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh) and not surprisingly the most popular are the ones filled with slanderous rumours, misunderstandings and downright lies.
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Easy as pie!
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, June 18, 2019
The last question: Listen to it very carefully. It is very important.

Osho, how do you manage it to have always the right anecdote at the right moment?

Let me answer you by an anecdote.

A king, passing through a small town, saw what he took to be indications of amazing marksmanship. On trees, barns and fences there were numbers of bulls-eyes, each with a bullet-hole in the exact center. He could not believe his eyes. It was superb marksmanship, almost a miracle of achievement. He himself was a good marksman, and he had known many great marksmen in his life, but never anything like this. He asked to meet the expert shot. It turned out to be a madman.
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The Only Life – Osho, Laxmi and a Journey of the Heart
Posted by : OWF - Wednesday, June 12, 2019
The Only Life – Osho, Laxmi and a Journey of the Heart

Strung like pearls along the thread on one woman’s extraordinary life are insights into the fundamental questions of our age. What can bring us early twenty-first century humans - enmeshed in destruction of our planetary home, in wars and strife - back to an understanding of our inter-connectedness with the whole? What can cure us of the sickness within that causes us such anguish? How, ultimately, can each us of us embrace our inevitable deaths, without fear and in the knowledge that we have lived our short lives to the fullest?
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The light becomes one
Posted by : OWF - Monday, June 10, 2019
Beloved Osho,

How to catch the light from your candle?

Just come a little closer. People are afraid of coming closer, particularly to a person like me.

The fear is that coming closer to me they may be dissolved.

Coming closer to me they may disappear.
So they keep a certain distance, they come only so far, so they can remain themselves if the time comes and their mind decides to move away, they can.
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Become one unity
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, June 4, 2019
My basic approach is: I am not against the body, I am not against the mind I am all for a unity, a symphony, a synchronicity amongst these three spheres. And a man will be fulfilled only, complete only, when all three are functioning in total harmony.

In the East, the body has been so much condemned that the ultimate result is poverty - no science, no technology, a poor, hungry body starved, condemned, neglected. And in the West, the result has been a healthy body, an evolved technology, richer literature, art, all for the nourishment of the mind, but a poor soul, almost non-existential. This is a strange tragedy. The West is suffering from a poor soul, and the East is suffering from a poor body and a poor mind.
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Seeing is nude
Posted by : OWF - Monday, May 27, 2019
What is the difference between looking and seeing?

There is a great difference. Looking means you are looking for something you have already some idea to look for. You come here and you say, "I am looking for Teertha" then you have an idea. Then you look all around for where Teertha is. The idea is there already.

Looking is already prejudiced. If you are looking for God, you will never find Him - because looking means you have a certain idea already of who God is. And your idea is bound to be either Christian or Judaic or Hindu or Mohammedan. Your idea is going to be your concept - and your concept can never be higher than you. And your concept is bound to be your concept. Your concept is bound to be rooted in ignorance, borrowed. At the most, it is just belief you have been conditioned for it. Then you go on looking.
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Good and bad are all man-made
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, May 21, 2019
You say: "Good and bad have ceased to exist." That is good, thats beautiful. Good and bad are all manmade, sinners and saints are all manmade. And they are not different at all the difference is only superficial, very superficial, not even skin-deep. Scratch a little, and in your saint you will find the sinner.

This guy went to the pope and he said, "Hey pope, fuck you!"
The pope could not believe it. He said, "Me? The head of the Catholic Church? Me, the spiritual head of millions and millions? Me, the direct descendant of Jesus Christ? Me, the only representative of God on earth? Fuck me? Fuck YOU!"


There is not much difference. Just scratch a little, and you will find sinners in the saints and you will find saints in the sinners. All good, all bad, is just arbitrary, man-made.
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Himalaya must have grown after Rigveda
Posted by : OWF - Monday, May 13, 2019
From my very childhood, my relatives, my neighbors, my well-wishers used to say, "The way you are growing, you will end up as nothing," because I used to sit for hours silently by the side of the river. And people became so accustomed, they would not even ask what I was doing, because I was not doing anything at all.

But their prophecy was right. I ended in nothing. But that is the greatest blessing if you can end up being nothing. Good for nothing... only out of that nothingness blossom thousands of roses.
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