Episode 47 - The royal liberation

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Today our guest is Turiya. Turiya is a world leader in human development and has been leading trainings and workshops since 1973. Turiya is an authentic seeker who renounced royalty and the conventional path to quench her inner thirst.

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

 

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

 

  • How Turiya came across Osho

  • Turiya sits in front of Osho and recognises him as a Master

  • Turiya was a princess part of the oldest royal family in Europe

  • How a young royal couple packs up, leave everything behind and become disciples of Osho

  • Turiya talks about the tragic, shocking and ecstatic events surrounding the death of her beloved husband in the presence of Osho

  • Osho declares Vimalkirti (Turiya’s husband, the Prince Welf von Hannover) enlightened

  • Vimalkirti dies exactly how he wished to

  • Turiya talks about the link between death and enlightenment

  • Celebrating life and celebrating death: Vimalkirti death celebration

  • Turiya talks about how Osho asked her to start therapy groups and processes

  • Turiya worked under direct guidance of Osho and learnt from him how to lead groups

  • Therapy is not an end product, rather it’s in service of meditation

  • Turiya talks about therapy and meditation and how they work together

  • Turiya is a Master trainer who trains the trainers

  • Turiya’s basic work is teaching people how to be present

  • Turiya is the co-creator of The Path of Love process together with Rafia

  • Turiya’s current projects

  • Turiya's morning routine

  • Turiya's favourite meditation

  • Turiya and Osho today

 

Resources:

 

Turiya’s website Path of love

Turiya’s website Working with people  

Love Osho Youtube channel

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

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