Episode 33 - Osho's touch-based doctor


Today our guest is Anubuddha. Anubuddha is a healer and bodyworker who has touched and trained thousands of people around the world. Anubuddha was appointed by Osho as Director of the Osho International Academy of Healing Arts. He has been publicly acknowledged by Osho as the best bodyworker in the commune and was honoured by treating Osho’s body for over 9 months.

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


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

  • How Anubuddha came across Osho: from pro sport, to Yoga, to Osho

  • Osho asks Anubuddha to give him healing sessions

  • Touch is Anubuddha’s music. For him the body is a musical instrument

  • Learning the secrets of touch by being in the Osho’s commune and through Osho’s vision

  • Anubuddha is called by Neelam to give Osho a session

  • Anubuddha talks about receiving training by Osho in witnessing pain

  • The difference between treating the body of an Enlightened Master and other bodies

  • Anubuddha talks about his intimate moments with Osho whilst treating his body

  • Osho teaches Anubuddha not to be afraid of pain: the body talks through pain signals

  • Healing is a by-product of love and awareness

  • Anubuddha talks about electromagnetism and Osho Active Meditations

  • The body is an energy field

  • Consciousness and modern physics are coming together as Osho predicted

  • Anubuddha talks about his current work and Arun Conscious Touch and his new online digital course




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