हर शरीर में रामायण या महाभारत घट रही है प्रतिक्षण।

महाभारत मेरी नज़र से। मानव शरीर को मैंने पाँच पांडवों और कौरवों के घटनाक्रम का स्टेज पर नाटक के रूपांतरण के रूप में प्रस्तुत किया है। आध्यात्मिक दृष्टि से इस महाकाव्य की रचना क्यों की गयी होगी यह बताने का प्रयास किया है

Sex is the seed, Love is the flower and Compassion is the fragrance. : Tantra by Osho

First edition of the controversial book of that time (From sex towards superconsciousness -English edition by Osho) with cover designed by Osho himself. I remember that after this cover a set of 8 such artistic sculptures of Khajuraho Temples, MP, India, in plaster of Paris, became famous and people kept them in their drawing room! … Continue reading Sex is the seed, Love is the flower and Compassion is the fragrance. : Tantra by Osho

I am the truth, that liberates

Ultimate flowering of human beings I am the truth, that liberates. Nighter i am dream of closed eyes, Nor i am the dream of open eyes, I am the watcher of those dreams, Dreams goes on changing forms, The watcher remains. The truth remains forever. This is real liberation from cycle of birth and death, … Continue reading I am the truth, that liberates

Sex is the seed, Love is the flower and Compassion is the fragrance. : Osho

Heart shaped leaves, yellow flowers of friendship. Sex, Love and Compassion all forms of Love in one. Nature is calling. One need to understand what is meant by : Sex, that becomes ‘the seed’ Love, that becomes ‘the flower’, and Compassion, that becomes ‘the fragrance’, of one’s journey towards knowing the self or consciousness or … Continue reading Sex is the seed, Love is the flower and Compassion is the fragrance. : Osho

Kabir te Ching – Introduction – 2

Whatever will be written under this series, is vetted by my own experience only, except nirvaana. It is my own experience from practically applying Osho’s teachings in my family life over a span of about 30 years. Kabir is a ‘Bhakti marg’ saint where surrender comes first and meditative state attained as by product at … Continue reading Kabir te Ching – Introduction – 2