Episode 47 - The royal liberation

Turiya is a transformed human being who has been through deeply significant moments in her life journey. Death taught Turiya how to let go of the inessential (including royal titles) to focus on what counts: the truth. When Turiya found Osho, she recognised him as a Master and promised herself not to fall asleep and miss the chance to become awakened.

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Episode 46 - The Sufi way

Kul Bushan’s life represents a beautiful and harmonic combination of professional success and dedication to Osho. Kul is passionate about Sufism and is a sort of modern Sufi mystic. In this episodes Kul shares intimate moments with Osho, funny events during his career and his journey across the Middles East in search of Sufi Masters.

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Episode 45 - Letting go of art to discover creativity

Siddhena is a talented artist who learnt from Osho the real essence of creativity. He talks about focusing on how you are moving rather than where you are going; and that fulfilment doesn’t come from the outcome of a project, rather from the creative process itself. Siddhena has the ability to articulate the ephemeral world of art into an eloquent English. A delightful listening experience.

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Episode 44 - Sannyas parenting

Chinmaya was (and still is) an anarchist-hippie-musician who fell in love with Osho, took sannyas and never considered becoming a father. Then life brought him a wonderful daughter. In this episode he talks about the koan of being a sannyasin parent, how to reconcile parenthood with Enlightenment, the need of schools based on Osho’s vision and his project of a new Osho community in Devon, UK.  

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Episode 43 - Living like a modern monk

Jayadip was on a mission to change the world and joined guerrilla fighters in Guatemala. In the midst of shooting, he suddenly realised that the only thing he could change was himself. He then had an out of the body experience and finally found in Osho his way inwards. Jayadip is a sincere seeker who regularly spend time meditating in his Himalayan cave.

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Episode 42 - The teenager Osho experience

How is Osho seen from the eyes of a teenager? Divakar transitioned from being a bullied child to a teenager living in the Osho commune in Poona, experimenting with sex, drugs, altered states of consciousness and meditation. Divakar has now grown into a mature and solid man carrying out Osho’s work teaching the Mystic Rose.

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Episode 41 - Osho Prana Healing

Finding herself sitting in front of Osho was enough to change Upadhi’s life forever. Upadhi talks about how she created the Osho Prana Healing method and how Osho guided her in the process. Upadhi keeps developing and refining the method to make a huge impact on real people in their real life.

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Episode 39 - Dancing for Osho

Arrived to Osho at 20 years of age, Maneesha was told by Osho: “You will dance for me”. Dance is Maneesha’s element and after many years living in the Osho Buddhafield and experiencing the transformative alchemy of Osho’s meditations and body movement, Maneesha developed the Dance Meditation Training. Today Maneesha brings the magic absorbed during her time with Osho into the wider world helping people transform their energy through dance and meditation.

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Episode 38 - Divine Healing

Arrived to Osho by “divine accident”, Abhiyana was trained by Osho in treating people the “Eastern way”. Abhiyana’s skills as a healer in TCM and Acupuncture were honed and refined under the guidance of Osho, who also honoured him to treat his own body. In this episode Abhiyana talks about the uniqueness of Osho’s body and how his pulse reading matched the description of ancient Tibetan medicine books.

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Episode 36 - How to "meet" Osho today

Karunesh’s first meeting with Osho set the tone for his future relationship with the Master to the present days. Karunesh is a devotee who practices Guru Yoga and makes it clear that meditation is the central focus of his life. This is a powerful and inspiring episode in which Karunesh cuts through the nonsense and reminds us all about what really counts in life: meditation.

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Episode 35 - Being Osho's child

Priya’s first encounter with Osho was when still in the womb. When Priya was 4 months old, Osho told her mum: “Priya is my child, I will take care of her”. In this episode, Priya talks about her love affair and special relationship with Osho and how Osho guided her in her life through hard decisions and tough times. Priya has evolved in a wonderful, mature, and educated lady who is equally comfortable in the inner as well as the outer world.

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Episode 34 - Stillness in movement

Amiyo was led directly by Osho to discover the world of Guerdjieff movement. This was the beginning of a new chapter in Amiyo’s spiritual journey which blends together the wildness and freedom of dance with the precise and methodical sequence of Gurdjieff movement. In this episode Amiyo explains the science of Gurdjieff movement, its neurological effects on the brain and talks about her unique approach to teaching a too often misunderstood meditation practice.  

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Episode 33 - Osho's touch-based doctor

Anubuddha was chosen by Osho to treat his body over a 9 month period of time. During this intimate and private time, Anubuddha learnt from Osho how to heal through love and awareness and how not to avoid pain, rather embrace it and transcend it. For Anubuddha the body is a musical instrument and touch is music. Anubuddha was publicly acknowledged by Osho as “the best bodyworker in the commune”.

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Episode 32 - Bringing Osho to Seattle

Interested in meditation but unable to sit still, shanti arrives to Osho in 1973 prepared to fail and be sent away. By practising Osho Active Meditations, not only Shanti discovered how to meditate, but today she runs an Osho meditation centre in Seattle sharing her love for Osho, his meditation techniques and his vision. Shanti is a cheerful lady who has meditated regularly for over 45 years and is inspiring new generations of seekers find what they are looking for.  

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Episode 31 - Born into Osho's family

Blessed by being born into Osho’s family, Pratiksha matured into a famous artist. Pratiksha is the pioneer of a new genre called Meditative Art, acknowledged and awarded by the highest political figures in India. Pratiksha sees Osho words in colours and her art is a vehicle for expressing Osho’s vision on canvas.

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Episode 30 - How Osho connects with his disciples

Madhuri’s poetical vein transpires in her fine and articulate description of her relationship with Osho. Madhuri was blessed by a special gift from Osho which seems to be a unique way in which the Master connects with his disciples. Madhuri talks about the differences between frequencies and consciousness and how poetry differ from other forms of artistic expression.  

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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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