Episode 29 - Singing with the birds

Tuning to Osho, the “magnificent Buddha”, together with thousands of people in Buddha Hall, bring it all into singing and let it drop into silence, is an indescribable experience that Maniko attempts to put into words in this episode. Maniko was blessed with the gift of hearing music and learnt from Osho how to “get out of the way”. For Maniko the whole existence is a dialogue, an incessant play of call and response and she invites us to sing with the birds, and listen to the music of nature.

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Episode 28 - Creativity as meditation

Arrived to Osho trailing her boyfriend, Padma’s life was disrupted by the Master’s fragrance. Osho told Padma that creativity would be her vehicle to self-realisation and encouraged her into a deep process of expression and artistic creation. In this episode Padma talks about how the Osho Zen Tarot artwork is inspired by the Master’s presence and explains the artistic creative process like being an empty cup ready to receive.

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Episode 27 - Osho from behind the camera

Mutribo was one of the main videographers during Osho’s time, to the point that most of the material used by Wild Wild Country’s directors was originally recorded by Mutribo. Mutribo has thus contributed to making Osho’s vision available to future generations. For the first time in the history of mankind the words, acts and gestures of a Buddha are recorded in their original forms. In this episode Mutribo talks about his experience of relating to Osho from behind the camera.

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Episode 26 - Osho education

Satya Vedant renounced a promising academic career to be with Osho. He was appointed by Osho as Chancellor of the Osho Multiversity and since then he has been a key player in making Osho available in the academic environment. After establishing the Osho Chair in Gujarat, Satya Vedant is working on developing a university curriculum based on Osho’s vision and meditation approach. In this episode Satya Vedant also shares his insight on how Osho is being received in India today.

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Episode 25 - What is health?

From medicine to mysticism, and from therapy to meditation, Rahasya’s path is colourful and unconventional. Dropping a career as a doctor in Germany to follow his call for inner freedom, listening Osho speak changed his life forever. Here Rahasya shares his meaningful insights on spirituality, mysticism, therapy, meditation and what it means to be healthy.

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Episode 24 - Teaching Osho how to drive

From being a Samurai and guarding Osho’s safety, to escorting Osho when he left India, all the way to teaching Osho how to drive. Chin’s life with Osho is full of funny stories and unknown facts. Learn how Osho was a reckless driver (without having a driving licence) who nonetheless managed to get away from the patrol state police.  

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Episode 23 - Conscious dying

Veetman’s first encounter with death left an indelible mark on his spiritual journey. Veetman dedicated his life to the study and facilitation of conscious dying based on the ancient Bardo Tibetan tradition. Veetman has created modern meditations under the guidance of Osho to make the Tibetan’s wisdom available to modern people.

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Episode 22 - Work as meditation

Falling in love with Osho was the trigger that changed Shazar’s life forever. Shazar has leant work as meditation in the Osho Buddhafield and continues to be at service. Shazar helps farmers in Indian villages cope with the water crisis making a difference in people’s life.

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Episode 21 - The sunshine of Wall Street

Jayapal was on top of his game making lots of money in Wall Street when Osho entered his life. Before quitting his investment banking life to live in India with Osho, Jayapal spent 6 months as a sannyasin in Wall Street. During this time Jayapal brought light, celebration, and Osho mala around his neck in the corporate world, gaining the nickname of “sunshine partner”. Jayapal tells how taking sannyas changed his life forever and share his view on the relationship between Osho and money.

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Episode 19 - Living Tantra

Schools and universities teach us how to be good citizens but don’t teach us how to enjoy our sexual life and be happy. Sarita learnt just that directly from Osho. Sarita has been working tirelessly since 1990 to bridge this gap and is making a huge difference in people’s life. Over the years, Sarita has built a Team of highly qualified Tantra Teachers who are helping her spread Osho’s work across the globe.

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Episode 18 - Connecting to the source

Ma Prem Tao is a long-term Osho sannyasin whose first meeting with Osho changed her life forever. Tao’s life journey eventually took her to Hawaii where she keeps spreading Osho’s energy and love in the most creative possible way: creating wedding ceremonies that touch people’s heart.

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Episode 16 - How to deal with alcoholism

An honest, intelligent, articulate and insightful look in the world of addiction. Vandana shares what she has received from Osho which helped her deal with alcoholism. Be prepared: this is not going to be the conventional set of recommendations to follow. It’s about honouring the individual freedom and living a life on the edge.

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Episode 15 - One Master, many paths

A sincere spiritual seeker since a very young age, Devanshu arrived to Osho in his early twenties and immediately recognised Osho as his Master. Thirsty for personal growth, Devanshu studied deeply numerous meditation practices. Devanshu is a treasure trove of experience in various spiritual traditions but he is always connected to the primary source: Osho.

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Episode 11 - How Osho devised Dynamic and Kundalini

Have you ever wondered how Osho devised Dynamic and Kundalini meditations? Punya is a long-term Osho’s disciple and attended meditation retreats conducted directly by Osho where he was experimenting his meditation techniques before compiling them in the final format we know today. Punya also explains why not to change the meditation music wanted by Osho.

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