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Hindi Magazine
December 2018
Hindi Magazine

Tarot Card Reader







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.
December 2018
Message from the Master:
Don’t shirk your responsibility! Be intensely alive in the work you do and go on doing whatever is humanly possible, yet at the same time create no tension - trust and allow your doing to become prayer, without attachment to the outcome, says Osho, the Zen master. More...
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News From The World of OSHO
Change your focus from having to being
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Q: What do you have that I havent got? (and I’m not talking about the ashram and car and secretary and all that stuff.)

You must be talking about all that stuff. Otherwise why do you mention it at all? The very mentioning of it shows the mind. You must have been afraid the idea must have crossed your mind.

And I dont have any ashram, and I dont have any car, and I dont have any secretary. In fact, I dont have anything. Having is not the thing... being. I am just here. Being is my wealth, not having.

If the ashram is here, it is for you not for me. If the secretary is there, it is for you not for me. All that exists here is for you. It does not, it has not, anything to do with me.

I am enough alone.

But somewhere, deep in your mind, you must be too attached to things. When you formulate a question, remember it shows much about you. A question is not only a question, it is very symbolic also.
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Millions of lives…
Posted by : OWF - Wednesday, December 12, 2018
India is very, very old the most ancient country in the world. It has existed for thousands of years. The West is very young, the East is very old. And when you talk to an old man, you have to talk differently when you talk to a young man, you have to talk differently - because their attitudes have changed completely. A young man always looks towards the future an old man always looks towards the past, because for an old man there is no future. The death... and then there is no future. An old man looks towards the past only the past exists for an old man.
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What are you searching for?
Posted by : OWF - Thursday, December 6, 2018
Life is a search, a constant search, a desperate search, a hopeless search... a search for something one knows not what. There is a deep urge to seek but one knows not what one is seeking.

And there is a certain state of mind in which whatsoever you get is not going to give you any satisfaction. Frustration seems to be the destiny of humanity, because whatsoever you get becomes meaningless the very moment you have got it. You start searching again.
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Why not? Because!
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Q: Why am I here?

This is a very philosophical question, Kirtan.

There is a story about two big beefy American football players in philosophy class, sitting at their final examination. The exam question was just one word: "Why?"

All the students began writing madly, filling exam book after book. The two football players looked at each other and shrugged. The first wrote two words on his exam paper: "Why not?" and left the room. The second fellow wrote one word: "Because." and left with his friend.
Not knowing what to do, the professor gave the first fellow the grade of A, and the second fellow the grade of A minus.
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Create a balance between science and religion
Posted by : OWF - Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Remember: science is intellectual, religion is intuitive. They are basically and fundamentally different. So the man who becomes too much rooted in science becomes incapable of understanding religion. This is one of the problems modern humanity is facing. We are teaching science to every child, and, unknowingly, we are making every child incapable of understanding religion. And I am not saying dont teach science to children - science HAS immense value - but remember to teach religion TOO, so that they can keep a balance. Because science can only give them more power of the outer world - it will not give peace. Science can give riches from the outside, but it will keep them inwardly beggars.
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You are afraid of missing the train
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Whether you are afraid or not, everybody is missing the train. It is good that you are afraid, because that may help you to understand why you are missing.

You are not in the moment. You are either in the past or in the future both are non-existent. Neither can you do anything with the past, nor can you do anything with the future. All that you can do is with the present, and the present is such a small, split second that if you are engaged somewhere else, it simply slips by and you have missed the train.

Learn to be in the present.
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Osho, Why am I always living in a kind of hell?
Posted by : OWF - Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Sudhir, it is always your own creation. Whether you live in heaven or hell, you live in your own creation. Nobody else is responsible. Dont throw the responsibility onto God, fate, KISMET, society, economic structure. Dont throw the responsibility on your past lives, on others. Take the whole responsibility on yourself, because that is the only way to move, to change, to go beyond.

The only cause of hell, the only cause of misery is you and nothing else. Except you, nobody can cause it. And it is not the past you are creating it each moment.

A construction worker is sitting astride a beam on the twenty-fifth story of a New York skyscraper which is being built. The lunch hour bell rings and he takes out a box of sandwiches from his lunch pack. He bites into the first sandwich, then grimaces.
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Oneness is the experience of silence
Posted by : OWF - Thursday, November 1, 2018
Beloved Osho,

To be open and to be witnessing are two different things. Is it so, or is this a duality created by my mind?

Mind always creates duality otherwise, to be open or to be witnessing are not two things.

If you are open, you will be witnessing.

Without being a witness, you cannot be open or if you are a witness, you will be open - because being a witness and yet remaining closed is impossible. So those are only two words.

You can either start with witnessing - then opening will come on its own accord or you can start by opening your heart, all windows, all doors - then witnessing will be found, coming on its own. But if you are simply thinking, without doing anything, then they look separate.

Mind cannot think without duality. Duality is the way of thinking.
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America is going to repent
Posted by : OWF - Wednesday, October 24, 2018
After I left America, the attorney general told the press, "Our first priority was to destroy the commune."

Why? - because the commune had done no harm to America in any way. But deep down it has hurt Americas ego, its pride - because we have shown them that a dream can be realized, that five thousand people can live without any law enforcement authority, without any court, without any fight, without any drugs, without any murder, without any suicide, nobody going mad. And people were living so joyously and so beautifully that the whole of America was starting to feel jealous.

The very existence of the commune was dangerous to the American politicians because it showed that they dont have any intelligence otherwise they could have done what we had done very easily - they had all the power, all the money.
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Ma Yoga Laxmi was to Osho what Anand was to Gautama
Buddha with one major differencethere is no record or
evidence that Anand's life with Gautama Buddha went
through the number and kinds of twists and turns, ups and
downs, deaths and rebirths that Ma Yoga Laxmi's life was
so blessed to go through with Osho. She not only walked
what Osho talked, she lived it and lived it joyfully. She had
been a witness to the sannyas of thousands of us
sannyasins. She had been our collective envy for her
proximity to Osho as well as our collective tears for what
she enduredbeing closest to Osho meant she received
the maximum and the harshest hits from Osho's Zen stick!
She was one of us and all of us. In Swami Dev Rashid's
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