Episode 45 - Letting go of art to discover creativity


Today our guest is Siddhena. Sidd took sannyas in 1977 in a pub in London. Sidd is an artist, designer and teacher who shares his creativity to expand consciousness and sensitivity. He lives in Japan holding exhibitions and teaching creativity workshops.

I think you’re going to really enjoy this episode, and as always, send your questions to info@loveosho.com or contact Siddhena via his website below. Enjoy the show!


Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:


  • How Sidd came across Osho

  • Sidd talks about how he took sannyas in a pub in London spilling beer all over

  • Sidd talks about his work as a designer for the commune

  • Making a city in the desert: Sidd designs the layout of the city of Rajeenshpuram in Oregon, USA

  • Realising the vision of a futuristic eco-city

  • Sidd explains the difference between creativity and art

  • Art as the creative response to the present moment

  • How meeting Osho changed Sidd’s work as an artist

  • Designing a park in Pune where creativity flowered beyond art

  • Translating art and creativity into the present moment and ordinary everyday life

  • Drawing a Buddha’s head in Osho’s presence, a Zen experience

  • If you feel Osho’s presence and let it fill you, it never goes away

  • Learning the quality of presence   

  • Integrating meditation into daily life

  • Sidd’s current projects and workshops

  • Sidd upcoming book: “Being creative and creative being”

  • Fulfilment is in the process of making the art

  • Sidd's morning routine

  • Sidd's favourite meditation

  • Sidd and Osho today




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