Episode 15 - One Master, many paths

Devanshu Osho

Today our guest is Devanshu. Devanshu is a Holistic Professional expert in bodywork, meditation, and ancient Tibetan and Taoist practices. Devanshu has studied and learnt from many masters including Osho, Mantak Chia, Dalai Lama, and Tulku Lama Lobsang.

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

 

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

 

  • How Devanshu arrived to Osho
  • Devanshu describes taking Sannyas from Osho when he was 22 years old
  • Devanshu talks about the link between Osho and Tibet
  • Devanshu explains how Osho took ancient meditation practices and presented them in a modern way
  • Devanshu connects Dynamic Meditation with an ancient Tibetan purification method
  • Devanshu explains why Osho wanted a completely fresh new start in spirituality
  • Devanshu talks about celebration: Osho’s greatest contribution to the development of human consciousness
  • Devanshu talks about Tibetan Tummo in relation to cold exposure and the Wim Hof method
  • Devanshu talks about Dynamic Meditation as a method to access unlimited source of energy
  • Devanshu explains the difference between Tao and Tantra in the context of sexual energy
  • Devanshu talks about the Dark Room retreat with Mantak Chia
  • Devanshu tells the most significant thing he has learnt from Osho
  • Devanshu describes how he always feels Osho’s energy and presence even when he is with other Masters
  • Devanshu's morning routine
  • Devanshu's favourite meditation
  • Devanshu and Osho today

 

Resources:

 

Devanshu’s website

Devanshu on Facebook

Love Osho Youtube channel

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

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