Manage episode 228039900 series 2282540
Today our guest is Chinmaya Dunster. Chinmaya took sannyas in 1982 and played music live for Osho. Chinmaya is a musician and filmmaker, who has produced 13 CDs and various films. Chinmaya now lives in Devon with his family and aims to build a children-friendly Osho community.
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Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:
How Chinmaya came across Osho
How it took Chinmaya 3 years to take sannyas
Chinmaya first “meeting” with Osho
Chinmaya talks about the essential message he received from Osho and still stays with him today
Chinmaya talks about Indian classical music and explains how it helps to bring people into silence
How a hippie-anarchist-Osho sannyasin became a family man
Chinmaya’s approach to education based on Osho’s vision
Chinmaya talks about his respect for his child as an individual who is temporarily in his care
Chinmaya’s daughter decides to take sannyas for her own reasons and she is as much an Osho sannyasin as Chinmaya
The Koan of being a sannyasin parent
Nuclear family versus kids’ communes
The need for schools based on Osho’s vision on education
How to reconcile being a seeker of truth with being a parent
Chinmaya’s current projects: building a sannyas commune or kids’ school in Devon
Chinmaya's morning routine
Chinmaya's favourite meditation
Chinmaya and Osho today
Chinmaya on Facebook
Love Osho Youtube channel
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