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otherwise known as OSHO - died in 1990

HIS wisdom is legendary, as was his skill in guiding his audience to an
understanding of complex philosophical concepts using humour and the
art of storytelling.

As a most provocative contemporary mystic - whose teachings have inspired
millions of people from all walks of life - his works, which are published in
more than 40 languages, are transcribed from extemporaneous talks given
over a period of 35 years.

They cover everything from the individual search for happiness to
the most pressing, social, political and spiritual concerns of our time.

THANKS yet again to MsCapriKell for posting these two superb photographs of OSHO - which absolutely exude the spirit of LOVE for which we should ALL be so grateful.



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Michael : catalyst-producer

over 3 years later
Michael said

This very moment EVERYTHING is perfect -


that we should LISTEN to our hearts 

(dedicated to renataqueen@zaadz)

sanmugan : Seeker of truth

over 3 years later
sanmugan said

Thanks you very much.

Leave Your Wise and Insightful Comment

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Comment by Michael Grove on June 26, 2012 at 8:55

The KILLER app IS LOVE - and maybe, just maybe - THE following discussion could affirm in the mind-set of each and everyone of our species just WHAT LOVE IS - and in so doing provide a global template solution worthy of seamlessly executing "THE SWITCH" from OLD WORLD to NEW WORLD -

AS Osho himself said - WHAT IS THE NEED of NATIONS?

Comment by Michael Grove on February 26, 2013 at 10:30

" The practice of mindfulness and concentration always brings insightIt can 
help both Buddhists and scientists. Insights transmitted by realized practitioners like the Buddhas and bodhisattvas can be a source of inspiration and support for both Buddhist practitioners and scientists, and scientific tests can help Buddhist practitioners understand better and have more confidence in the insight they receive from their ancestral teachers.
It is our belief that in this 21st Century, Buddhism and science can go hand in
hand to promote more insight for us all and bring more liberation, reducing discrimination, separation, fear, anger, and despair in the world."
Comment by Michael Grove on January 30, 2016 at 12:59

Oshō is the Japanese reading of the 

Chinese he shang (和尚), meaning a

high-ranking Buddhist monk or highly

virtuous Buddhist monk. It is also a

respectful designation for Buddhist

monks in general and may be used

with the suffix -san

Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh became known

as OSHO because of his in depth

understanding of Buddha, dharma,

the passing of the key to Mahakashyapa;

and how dharma was doomed to

"wither on the vine in India", so to speak.

Mahakashyapa was the first holder of

six holders of the key who lived in India,

up through Bodhidharma, who as the sixth

holder, was then minded to take it to China, to find a.n.other who was worthy of it being passed

to. It was in China that Bodhidharma sat for 9 years staring at a wall, waiting for the person

who can listen to me


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