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February 22-24, 2008 :
Osho Meditation Camp
Conducted by Swami Chaitanya Keerti
March 5-9, 2008 :
Osho Meditation Camp
Conducted by Swami Vairagya Amrit
March 14-16, 2008 :
Meditation Camp
Conducted by Swami Chaitanya Keerti
March 21, 2008 :
Osho Enlightenment Day Celebration
Conducted by Swami Vairagya Amrit
March 29-31, 2008 :
Osho Meditation Camp for Children and Parents
Conducted by Ma Dev Dakshina and Swami Vairagya Amrit
February 2- 10, 2008 :
Osho World Foundation at World Book Fair, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
February 12, 2008 :
"Love Yourself", Disciple day celebrations with and evening of music by Percussionist Suchet
lunch of "Equinox" collection of ceramics by studio potters Arun Mukhuty, Sweta Mansingka, Monika and Ambar Agnihotri, Dipti Gupta and Shruti Bansal.
March 25, 2008 :
"Five Elements" An Exhibition of Ceramics by Various Artists
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You have to watch the mind; you have to watch the presence of mind as much as absence of mind. You have to watch both; you have to go beyond both. It comes, it certainly comes, and when it comes it takes all that is your misery, your ego, your insensitivity, your cruelty, says Osho, the Zen master.
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Real religion says God has to be addressed in a personal way. You have to provoke him and you have to allow him to provoke you and you have to come to terms with him; in fact, you have to struggle with him, you have to clash against him. You have to love him, and you have to hate him; you have to be a friend and you have to be an enemy; you have to make your experience of God a living experience.
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Born in Kuchwara, in the state of Madhya Pradesh, on 11th December 1931, Osho was known as Rajneesh Chandra Mohan in his childhood. Stories of His early years describe Him as independent and rebellious child, questioning all social, religious and philosophical beliefs. In 1953, Osho became enlightened at the age of twenty-one, while majoring in philosophy at D.N. Jain college in Jabalpur.
Faith means a confidence, a respect for oneself. Belief is other-oriented : faith is self-oriented. Trust means "I know," not "I believe."
We are part of existence, we are not separate. Even if we want to be separate, we cannot be. Our life is part of being together with existence. And the more you are together with existence, the more alive you are. That's why I insist continually to live totally, to live intensely, because the deeper your living is, the more you are in contact with existence.
Doubt is closing the door; trust is opening the door. When you open the door, all the alternatives become possible. Friend may enter, foe may enter. Wind will come; it will bring the perfume of the flowers; it will also bring the germs of diseases. Now everything is possible -- the good and bad. Love will come; hate will also come. Now God can come, devil can also come This is the fear that something may go wrong, so close the door.
Buddha was talking to a very ancient people, to people who were very well acquainted with higher reaches -- even they were not able to understand. Jesus had to use language which could be understood. And Jesus was a carpenter's son; he himself knew the language of the ordinary people. Buddha came from a royal family, a son of a king -- very sophisticated -- knew all about philosophy and was fed up with it; knew all about beautiful parables, stories, mythologies, and was finished with all that. He had seen through them that they keep people occupied but they don't transform them.
Since long, human society is being managed on two approaches seemingly at odds with each other - one identified as "scientific" and the other as "spiritual". In the classical sense, the former tends to deny the spiritual reality, and the latter finds science inadequate in addressing significant questions of life. These contradictory perceptions show that something is basically wrong in understanding the overall dynamics of human evolution. It shows we are missing a tremendously important quality that can transform this dichotomized view into a holistic vision -- the quality of Trust.
_ By Swami Satya Vedant
Physically we live on a very insecure planet, in a very anxious society. At any given time, natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis happen within the blink of an eye and tens of thousands of people might perish. Wars are raging in various countries as we speak, and in spite of medical science working hard on finding cures, new and old diseases are spreading. And then there lurks the greatest fear of all, the fear of death.
_ By Ma Anand Bhagwati
There are very few of us who still conceive of God as an old bearded figure in the heavens, watching and controlling everything like a celestial puppeteer. This seems to be for children or for fundamentalist believers of different religions.And yet, as sophisticated as we thing we are, we are still carrying remnants of this perfect, eternal authority...
Laughter is in some way unique; when you laugh, you are also total in it. A laughter which is not total will be phony, a pretension, just a performance. So when you laugh, you also laugh totally. That is the only act you do totally -- so you know that laughter is total.
Rejoice With Sufism, Revel in Life
The Times of India, New Delhi
7 December, 2007
The more we progress with our heads, the more we lose touch with our hearts. The head knows no poetry, for it is overwhelmed by intellect. In such times, we need some Sufi madness...
Meditation Is A Gift
The Times of India, New Delhi
14 December, 2007
Meditation is neither for power nor for sale. Meditation is for peace and to be at ease with oneself and others. Seeking power through meditation is 'dis- ease'...
Tomorrow Never Comes...
The Times of India, New Delhi, 21 December, 2007
What do you do when you see a snake creeping up close to you? You jump away and save yourself. Instantly. No analysi. No hesitation. You see the danger and you act. Right now!
Welcome The New Year!
The Times of India, New Delhi
28 December, 2007
Come, let us welcome the New Year with new energy and new enthusiasm. This is possible if we understand that everything in nature in nature is changing every moment...
Switch On Your Senses!
The Times of India, New Delhi
January 4, 2008
The mind is a projection of the future. It disappears when you start living for the moment. Live in the now. Whatever you do, do it as totally as possible. Love it. Enjoy it...
Meditation, A State of No-Mind
The Times of India, New Delhi
January 11, 2008
When you are in a state of no-mind, nothing can distract you from your being. No attachment, no greed, no jealousy, no anger, nothing can arise in you...
Romance With Life is Religion
The Times of India, New Delhi
January 18, 2008
A truly religious person is one who is in deep and total love with life. This feeling is a higher kind of romance. And to be in romance with life is religion ...
“Innocence”, an exhibition of paintings created by children was launched at Osho World Galleria, BG-09, Ansal Plaza, New Delhi, on 1st January, 2008 at 6.00 pm. This exhibition is on till January 15, 2008. This exhibition is an effort to support the NGO, Prayas, that has been working since 1988 for the welfare of street and neglected children. The funds generated through the sale of the paintings will be presented to Prayas...
“Bliss”, an exhibition of sculptures on the theme of "lotus" by sculptor Kamalnayan Deori was launched at Osho World galleria, BG-09, Ansal Plaza, New Delhi on 20th December 2007, at 6.00 pm...
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