Osho, one of the most revolutionary spiritual leaders of India, had a massive following during his lifetime. Today too, his teachings and programmes organised by the spiritual leaders of his commune are favoured by the seekers and common man alike.
Osho sought to answer the spiritual quest of the contemporary man. He touched upon almost every aspect of the development of human consciousness in his discourses and discussions. He stressed that in the contemporary world need is to live like Zorba the Buddha – meditate and enjoy the calming effect of spiritual life while not depriving oneself of life’s pleasures.
A celebrated spiritual leader, his teachings resonate well with the modern man striving to strike a balance in life.
Thousand and one are the temptation around you because many people are there peddling their wares. It is a super market, the world, and everybody is interested in selling his wares to you; everybody is a salesman.
Shivaratri and Valentine"s day this year are celebrated on same day. It is a unique coincidence but a very significant one. It bring the opposites together. At a deeper state Shivratri contains both. Osho says Tantra is the search for the rhythm of the opposites, of...
Science is the search for truth in the objective world and religion is the search for the truth in the subjective world.
Only at the highest peak, when love is not a relationship any more, when love becomes a
state of your being, the lotus opens totally and great perfume is released — but only at the highest peak.
You are just like a child who is sent back to the same class again and again until he passes his grades. We tell him he will not be allowed into the next class until he completes this one.
Once you discover that God himself is hidden in breath, you have come to know yourself.
"Meditation is an effort to get rid of personality and to reach to your living sources of life, your individuality, your flame" Osho
They have added to the beauty of existence, but nobody should be so arrogant as to say, “I am the last.”