An evening of meditation and satsang was organised to mark Buddha Purnima celebration at Osho World galleria on April 26, 2012. Swami Ravindra Bharti facilitated the meditation session.
At Oshodham Buddha Purnima will be celebrated with a 3-day Osho Buddha meditation camp, facilitated by Swami Chaitanya Keerti.
Osho speaks on the essence of Buddham Sharanam Gachchhami.
In the tradition of Buddha there are three famous shelters: Buddham Sharanam Gachchhami: I go to the feet of the Buddha, I surrender myself to the Buddha. Sangham Sharanam Gachchhami: I go to the feet of the commune, I surrender myself to the Buddhafield. Dhammam Sharanam Gachchhami: I surrender myself to the ultimate law which is personified by the Buddha and is searched for by the commune, which has become actual in the Buddha and is an inquiry in the commune. These three are the most important things for a seeker: the master, the commune, and the Dhamma, Tao, logos, the ultimate law.
Unless you are in contact with one who has already realized, it is almost impossible for you to grow. The hindrances are millions, the pitfalls many, the false doors many, the temptations are many; there is every possibility of going astray. Unless you are in the company of someone who knows the way, who has traveled the way, who has arrived, it is almost impossible for you to reach. Unless your hands are in the hands of someone whom you can trust and to whom you can surrender, you are bound to go astray. The mind creates so many temptations -- so alluring they are, so magnetic is their power -- that unless you are in the power-field of someone whose magnetism is far more powerful than any other kind of temptation, it is impossible to reach. That is the meaning of disciplehood. BUDDHAM SHARANAM GACHCHHAMI: I surrender to the master.