Welcome to a unique, never-before experiment in Osho’s world. Where are YOU at with Osho? We’d love to know – anonymously.
Suppose you could speak to Osho today and, from the depths of your heart, ask a question. What would you ask? If you could tell Him something you really need to say, what would that be? For a forthcoming festival workshop we would love to know where people in their heart of hearts are at with Osho today. Tell us, right now, anonymously, online. It’s open to everyone.
One of the mini-workshops for our December 2014 Osho Festival ‘Roots of Meditation, Wings of Love’ (Dec 11 evening to Dec 14, details) is called “(Disturbing Your) Life With Osho”. Whether you are attending the festival or not, we’d love YOUR questions, and also Osho quotes which have touched you. We also have a great book on life with Osho to recommend (below.)
The mini-workshop, led by Madhuri and Islam, will include a sharing circle based on the online poll to share things about being with Osho that touch you or have turned your life upside down, or to ask questions. (If you wish, you don’t have to speak.)
But with a difference! We’d love to know what’s really, really going on with people. It’s hard to share your deepest heart with strangers. So we are making a way to ask questions anonymously. This is a unique experiment. We’d love to hear YOUR real, behind-the-mask, from-the-heart truth.
This link will take you to an online survey where you can contribute without anyone knowing who said what: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6JRJQCP
If you are coming to the festival there will be another opportunity to contribute, also anonymously if you wish.
And we extend the warmest invitation to the festival. With live music for satsang and Evening Meeting meditations and a varied programme of innovative and playful workshops this is a great way for old friends and those new to Osho to come together in celebration and silence.
Finally an excellent book has just been published of people’s anecdotes about life, often exceedingly disturbed, with Osho, called Encounters With An Inexplicable Man by Savita Brandt. There’s some fascinating new material (not least what Osho said to gay sannyasins in private). It’s as good as a set text for this mini-workshop, and highly recommended. In the UK it’s available from www.bellsmedia.com (under “Others”).
Hoping to see you at the festival
Islam and Madhuri