Episode 35 - Being Osho's child

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Today our guest is Ma Priya. Priya is almost literally Osho’s child. Having met Osho since birth, Priya took sannyas aged 7 and spent her teenage years with Osho. Priya now runs a wonderful Osho meditation centre in Dharamsala, India. 

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

 

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

 

  • Priya meets Osho when in the womb on the day her mum discovered to be pregnant

  • When Priya was 4 months old, Osho says to her mum: “Priya is my child and I’ll take of her”

  • As a child Priya feels a very strong magnetic pull to be physically close to Osho

  • Priya takes sannyas at the age of 7

  • Priya talks about how it was for her to live as a child in Rajneeshpuram (Oregon, USA)

  • Attending the No-School school run by sannyasins according to Osho’s vision on education

  • Priya talks about some special intimate moments with Osho in Kulu Manali, India after the Oregon experiment was over

  • Priya goes back to school and faces a very difficult time fitting in the Indian society and conventional schooling

  • Osho tells Priya to study and get a university education

  • Osho tells Priya that sannyas is not about escaping the world and asks her to live his vision of the new man

  • In Poona 2 Priya lives and works in the commune whilst completing a Master Degree in Psychology with full mark

  • Priya learns the balance between the outer world and the commune’s life

  • Priya talks about Osho Nisarga, an Osho meditation centre in Dharamsala India

  • Priya's morning routine

  • Priya's favourite meditation

  • Priya and Osho today

 

Resources:

 

Priya’s website

Priya on Facebook

Love Osho Youtube channel

Love Osho Free Guide - How to meditate if you can't sit quietly

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