May 2016 – still working to make the site as mobile-friendly as possible, Osho pictures will return soon.
See HIGHLY recommended event with Sagarpriya in Italy, yes we do mean Italy, here.
Dynamic meditation now starts at 9:00 am. The cost is £4-50 each as the room hire has gone up.
Sunday morning Osho Dynamic meditation happens at Wilder St most but not all Sunday mornings. We aim to start the music at 9:00 so arrive BEFORE THEN! Unless you’ve done the meditation many times, please arrive by 8:50 as the instructions take a few minutes to explain. When we start the music, we close the doors so if you’re late, you can’t get in.
We run dynamic most but not all Sundays. To check: If by Friday the date at the top of this post is not the Sunday ahead, then to check it’s happening, please ring Satyam on 07914 895394 or Islam on 07528 302221.
For location etc see the “Wilder St practical page” in the menu on the left.
Ajara organises fortnightly satsangs (silent meditation with live music) and Osho videos. As these are held in private houses with limited space, they are not publicly advertised. But if you are interested in Osho and would like to come, please contact us to be put in touch with Ajara for an invitation
And just to remind you about the amazing resource at www.osho.com/library. Access to the books online is free. Videos etc are very cheap, a latte-per-month. We cannot recommend it too highly.
Want a good first introduction to Osho?
Savita’s excellent book of stories of life with Osho, and Svagito’s excellent book about Osho therapy, top of the list of books about, rather than by, Osho; see blogs posts below for details.
As for books by Osho – well, you choose! Personally I think “My Way, The Way of the White Clouds” is a good starting point. Osho outlines the framework of his system very clearly.
In December there are two Osho events, unfortunately the same weekend!
In Kent there is a weekend with the popular Indian meditation leader Ravindra Bharti, returning to the UK for the 4th or 5th time, and at Leela there is the Osho festival organised by Smaran, Prabuddho and our very own Mala from Bristol.
Love is another name for life, another name for existence, another name for god. Don’t condemn it, even if it exists on the lowest rung, because through condemnation you will not be able to transform it. Accept it as it is. Try to understand it. In that very understanding love starts changing: it starts going higher than lust. The more understanding grows, the higher love starts soaring. Love moves higher on the wings of understanding, on the wings of awareness, meditation.
Love plus meditation is equal to sannyas. Just make your love more and more meditative, wherever it is, and meditation will take it upwards. Meditation alone is without energy; love alone is without consciousness. They both need a co-operation, a deep co-operation.