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"Always remember, whatsoever I say to you, you can take it in two ways. You can simply take it on my authority, 'Because Osho says so, it must be true' – then you will suffer, then you will not grow. “Whatsoever I say, listen to it, try to understand it, implement it in your life, see how it works, and then come to your own conclusions. They may be the same, they may not be. They can never be exactly the same because you have a different personality, a unique being." Visit: https://linktr.ee ...
 
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh rose from a precocious boy in India to a spiritual guru to tens of thousands of people worldwide. He became famous for his controversial teachings and lavish lifestyle, leading some to call him a cult leader. Building Utopia paints an immersive, unflinching portrait of Rajneesh and the people who chose to devote their lives to him -- including his top lieutenants, who fled his Rajneeshpuram commune in 1985 amid a cloud of criminal allegations. Building Utopia will capt ...
 
Rinzan Osho is a priest and teacher at No-Rank Zendo, a Rinzai Zen Buddhist Community in Portland, Oregon. His Dharma talks explore various aspects of Rinzai Zen Buddhist practice, spirituality and religion. He emphases practice as a means to develop and cultivate a tender open-heartedness that allows a deep engagement with a troubled world. http://www.norankzendo.org
 
I'm T.K. a.k.a. RV Empath, and I'm offering an almost daily podcast (M-F) for others who are 'highly sensitive': how to deal with it, and what we can do in order for us to be and stay balanced in a healthy way. Please know that you can listen to these podcasts AT ANY TIME; time is fluid and there is information and inspiration in it for you to hear! You can also (usually) skip to different parts of the podcast through the chapter markers.In each episode I include a topic for the day, and als ...
 
"Since I started traveling to present Mantra and sacred music from India around the world, I was shocked about the shapes and forms that our traditions from India could take when they reach the west, highly far from the real. Mantra, Yoga, Music, Meditation, Kirtan, Ayurveda, Tantra, Dhyan... to just mention some of the ancient sciences and arts from India which have spread around the world in the last decades. Some of the information which reached the west is ok, but a lot of it is unfortun ...
 
https://linktr.ee/Joshuto Through https://philosia.in In case of podcasts created by automatic text to speech, 0.7x speed recommended. In the beginning I was not aware about where am destined for? One thing was certain that I have to search for the reason for blessing me with this life as human being. So wherever and whenever in my life I get an opportunity to know something about it, I spared time for it. I followed this quote “If every person can give something more than what he/she is rec ...
 
Kyo-On Dokuro Roland Jaeckel is the teacher at Charles River Zen, a Rinzai Zen community practicing in the greater Boston area. Dokuro received inka shomei, Dharma Transmission, in the Japanese Rinzai Zen Hakuin lineage and is a Dharma heir of Shinge-shitsu Roko Sherry Chayat Roshi of the Zen Studies Society. He also received Temple Dharma Transmission from Denkyo-shitsu Kyozan Joshu Sasaki Roshi at Rinzai-ji, in Los Angeles.
 
James has spent the last 7 years making his name as a fresh new DJ in the Northwest. Hosting regular nights both locally and nationally, James has DJ'd in some impressive venue's including Sankeys - Manchester, Oceana - Leeds, Osho - Newcastle, The Rock Bar - Cirencester and many more. As well as this he took the opportunity to DJ alongside some of the most recognised and well renown names in the industry including Laidback Luke, Jason Herd, Hardwell, Wolfgang Gartner, Seb Fontaine to name a ...
 
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Escaping Saṃsāra - Yoga and Meditation Podcast about practices that liberate us. Interviews with spiritual teachers from the yoga world and beyond. We are a group of friends dedicated to exploring the deep teachings of yoga and other spiritual traditions to see what unites them in their search for Truth and how each practitioner has danced with the Mystery. We want to learn from today’s elders about their paths and experiences. What has worked, what hasn’t and what is downright weird. From C ...
 
The Contrast is a podcast hosted by twin flames Sunni and Snacks, where the conversation is limitless. We discuss topics from spirituality to sex, new favorites to past experiences, and everything else on our path to least resistance. Join us every week for your dose of elevated banter. And as always, You are Unlimited. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecontrastla/support
 
Daisy is Insatiable is an intimate look at love, lust, life, and everything that makes sex fascinating. Why do we yearn for romance? How can we feel confident when it comes to our body image hang ups? What is the difference between sex and love? What happens when money gets involved? Each week, Daisy will be sharing a revealing conversation with a different guest - it's going to be fun, it's going to be explicit, and no-one is getting left in the dark. The podcast accompanies the launch of D ...
 
Mumsnet’s hit forum Am I Being Unreasonable? is spreading its wings with the release of a new podcast hosted by Lucy Porter and Aasmah Mir. AIBU? podcast takes inspiration from AIBU?’s trademark mix of social dilemmas, intensive discussion about how often to change your bra, and disagreement for the sake of it, each episode features Lucy and Aasmah discussing posts from the AIBU? board and attempting to come to sensible conclusions - with celebrity guests joining-in to pass judgement on a se ...
 
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In this episode I speak with Sarah. Sarah was slowly influenced and funnelled into an isolating and abusive situation. Much like the human trafficking and sexual exploitation we have heard about during the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, Sarah was procured by a predator posing as a friend, groomed for the purposes of people with influence who use their te…
 
In this episode we have our first interview with someone who has experienced The International Society for Krishna Consciousness with Michael giving us a deep look into many types of Religion and Spirituality and a particularly problematic place to partake in the Hare Krishna Group called "The Mantra Lounge". I personally do not condone joining est…
 
After a look at what has gone in Part 1, Kev and James turn their attention to the present and future, beginning with a reaction to the news that manager Nathan Jones and Luton Town will be united for a further five years. They then reflect on the return of Mick Harford and the coming home of Alan Sheehan before a look ahead to the upcoming matches…
 
Kev and James are back for the first podcast of 2022. In the first part of the podcast the boys look back on the few matches since the final episode of 2021 including an extensive breakdown and reaction to that incredible win over Bournemouth. They then go deep into the player focuses which this month are on Kal Naismith and Jordan Clark. Once the …
 
Yakusan once asked his disciple, Ungan, “I heard that you know how to deal with the lions – is that true?” Ungan replied, “Yes, it is.” Yakusan asked, “How many of them do you get and deal with?” “Six,” Ungan replied. Yakusan then said, “I also know how to deal with the lion.” Ungan asked, “How many do you get?” Yakusan replied, “Only one.” Ungan t…
 
Ungan remained with Yakusan for some time, then one day decided to leave: he explained to Yakusan that he had made a vow to stay with Hyakujo. Yakusan agreed, and Ungan set off down the mountain, Dogo accompanying him a little way, and then returning to Yakusan, who asked, “Did you see your brother off?” “Yes, I did,” replied Dogo, and then added, …
 
NEW EPISODES! While external enemies mass against Rajneeshpuram, Sheela fixates on powerful disciples within the commune whom she believes pose an even greater threat. Her efforts to neutralize them lead to unintended — and catastrophic — consequences. Also, an update on my forthcoming book, "Rajneeshpuram: Inside the Cult of Bhagwan and Its Failed…
 
Once, when Ungan was in Yakusan’s presence, the master said to him, “What does Hyakujo Osho usually teach?” Ungan replied, “He says, ‘Go beyond three phrases,’ or ‘Go beyond six phrases and get it.’” Yakusan commented, “With a distance of seven hundred miles between us, fortunately we don’t have anything to do with Hyakujo.” But then he continued, …
 
On a rainy day, monk Gao visited Yakusan, who commented, “Today it’s quite humid.” “I will beat this drum,” said Gao. Ungan said, “There is no leather – what drum do you beat?” Dogo added, “There is no drum – what leather do you beat?” And Yakusan commented, “Today, the melody is very good.” Once, at the mealtime, Yakusan himself beat the drum, and…
 
Once, when Yakusan was reciting a sutra, a monk asked him: “You don’t usually allow us to recite sutras. Why do you yourself recite a sutra?” “I just want to entertain my eyes,” replied Yakusan. The monk asked, “Can I also recite sutras like you?” “If you want to recite sutras like me,” answered Yakusan, “you must pierce even through the hide of a …
 
In this episode I talk with Veteran Ryan who became a US Marine after enduring the recruitment and boot camp process of this particular armed force. Ryan talks us through some of the high control methods used inside this particular organisation as well as a lengthy chat about his life into, within and out of the United States Marine Corps and life …
 
The Transcendental Meditation movement (TM) and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi are broad topics that we will cover in detail in future eps. This episode, where Kat interviews long-time friend Hannelore Burghart, focuses primarily on Hannelore’s experience at Maharishi International University in Fairfield, Iowa. Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dar…
 
OUR BELOVED MASTER, THERE WAS A MONK WHO HAD STAYED WITH YAKUSAN FOR THREE YEARS AND SERVED AS THE HEAD COOK. ONCE, YAKUSAN ASKED HIM, "HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN HERE?" "THREE YEARS," THE MONK REPLIED. "I DON'T KNOW YOUR FACE AT ALL," SAID YAKUSAN. THE MONK DID NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT YAKUSAN MEANT, AND, OUT OF RESENTMENT, LEFT THE MONASTERY. ANOTHER MONK…
 
Yakusan talked with Meikei Osho and later told Ungan: “Meikei was once a government superintendent in his past life.” Ungan asked, “Osho, what have you done in your past lives?” Yakusan replied, “Being afraid and shaky, with hundreds of uglinesses and thousands of clumsinesses, I somehow have managed to live lives.” Ungan later repeated this to Dog…
 
OUR BELOVED MASTER, ON ONE OCCASION, YAKUSAN WROTE DOWN THE CHINESE CHARACTER SIGNIFYING BUDDHA, AND ASKED HIS DISCIPLE, DOGO: "WHAT IS THIS LETTER?" DOGO REPLIED, "IT'S THE LETTER FOR `BUDDHA'." YAKUSAN COMMENTED, "YOU ARE A MONK SO FULL OF CHATTER!" ONCE, AT THE EVENING DISCOURSE, YAKUSAN DIDN'T LIGHT THE CANDLE AS USUAL. A MONK CAME AND STOOD BY…
 
Beloved Bhagwan Using the mind to look for reality is delusion. Not using the mind to look for reality is awareness. Freeing oneself from words is liberation. Remaining unblemished by the dust of sensation is guarding the dharma. Transcending life and death is leaving home. Not suffering another existence is reaching the way. Not creating delusions…
 
Beloved Bhagwan, Bodhidharma’s “Wake-up Sermon”. The essence of the way is detachment. And the goal of those who practice is freedom from appearances. The sutras say, “Detachment is enlightenment because it negates appearances.” … The three realms are greed, anger and delusion. To leave the three realms means to go from greed, anger and delusion ba…
 
Beloved Bhagwan Among Shakyamuni’s ten greatest disciples, Ananda was foremost in learning. But he didn’t know the buddha. All he did was study and memorize. Arhats don’t know the buddha. All they know are so many practices for realization, and they become trapped by cause and effect. Such is a mortal’s karma: no escape from birth and death. By doi…
 
Music from India is a path of eternal learning. In this path the concept of "continuously learning" is one of the key aspects to understand from the beginning, before undertaking this magic journey. This is so because in Indian music we always remain a student, we never stop learning. Manish talks about the journey of learning music from India, inc…
 
Beloved Bhagwan Anyone who gives up the transcendent for the mundane, in any of its myriad forms, is a mortal. A buddha is someone who finds freedom in good fortune and bad. Such is his power, karma can’t hold him. No matter what kind of karma, a buddha transforms it. Heaven and hell are nothing to him. … If you’re not sure, don’t act. Once you act…
 
Beloved Bhagwan If you envision a buddha, a dharma or a bodhisattva and conceive respect for them, you relegate yourself to the realm of mortals. If you seek direct understanding, don’t hold onto any appearance whatsoever, and you’ll succeed. I have no other advice. … Don’t cling to appearances, and you’ll be of one mind with the buddha. But why sh…
 
In today's episode, I have a special interview with author Zack Bonnie who has written 2 books about his time at CEDU and Rocky Mountain Academy. Zack's activism and whistleblowing work has opened doors into institutional reform around the world - highlighting the abuse that happens in these troubled teen programmes. Zack breaks his story up by ins…
 
Beloved Bhagwan The buddha said people are deluded. This is why when they act they fall into the river of endless rebirth. And trying to get out, they only sink deeper. And all because they don’t see their nature. If people weren’t deluded, why else would they ask about something right in front of them? Not one of them understands the movement of h…
 
Beloved Bhagwan But suppose I don’t see my nature, can’t I still attain enlightenment by invoking buddhas, reciting sutras, making offerings, observing precepts, practicing devotions, or doing good works? No, you can’t. And why not? If you attain anything at all it’s conditional, it’s karmic. It results in retribution. It turns the wheel. And as lo…
 
Beloved Bhagwan If you don’t understand by yourself, you’ll have to find a teacher to get to the bottom of life and death. But unless he sees his nature, such a person isn’t a teacher. Even if he can recite the twelve-fold canon, he can’t escape the wheel of birth and death. He suffers in the three realms without hope of release. Long ago, the monk…
 
Beloved Bhagwan, Bodhidharma's Bloodstream Sermon Everything that appears in the three realms leads back to the mind. Hence, Buddhas of the past and future teach mind to mind without bothering about definitions. But if they don’t define it, what do they mean by mind? You ask. That’s your mind. I answer. That’s my mind. If I had no mind, how could I…
 
Beloved Bhagwan, Bodhidharma's Outline Of Practice Many roads lead to the path, but basically there are only two: reason and practice. To enter by reason means to realize the essence through instruction and to believe that all living things share the same true nature, which isn’t apparent because it’s shrouded by sensation and delusion. Those who t…
 
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