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Ma Dhyan Darshan: The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)


Ma Aparna: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: oshopoem@yahoo.co.in
Date: Mar 20, 2006, 17:26
It is for those Osho lovers living in Malaysia, Ma Bodhi Tara (Wensy Goh) has organised meditation events in KL, Malacca, Johor Bahru and Penang from 23rd March to 2nd April, conducted by Swami Chaitanya Keerti
contact: mabodhitara@yahoo.com

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Friends of Osho: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: skyborn2005@yahoo.com
Date: Mar 23, 2006, 8:52
Very happy friends come along to share their love & being. I feel much loving energy there. As Anveshi shared in the event, OSHO is the center. Nobody is teaching, everybody is learning.

Some more to share here:

Osho says:
So whoever becomes light has now the responsibility to raise humanity from the old, traditional way of surrendering to a master, because that has created many kinds of spiritual slaveries around the world. It has not enlightened man, it has darkened his soul ... It is easier and it is simpler when the master is a friend, because now between you and the master the relationship is of love. Friendship is the purest love. It is the highest form of love where nothing is asked for, no condition, where one simply enjoys giving. One gets much - but that is secondary, and that happens of its own accord.
(Light on the Path - Jan 1986)

So whoever is awake now, has to share it in such a way that it is not of the old hierarchy. If there is a flavor of "holier than thou", then it is still a doer there - avoid it. If there is a declarer of enlightenment there, if the focus is on " I am enlightened..." run as fast as possible. Lovingly, friendly, ordinary - no big deal - one simply enjoys helping someone to wake up... there is no joy greater than that.

Osho says:
Whenever you have found the truth, spread it, don't keep it in your heart. If you keep it, it will die. Spread it wide, sow it in as many fields as possible. The more you spread it, the more it grows, the more you have it.
(The Zen Manifesto: Freedom from Yourself - Apr 1989)

Enlightenment among us
by Sw Shanti Kristian

In the Sept/Oct '98 issue of Viha Connection, there was an article by Sw Shanti Kristian of Sweden in which he encouraged Osho's enlightened disciples to come forward so that we can acknowledge and recognize the awakened ones from our own tradition. As well, he encouraged the Commune in Pune to support them, although they cannot of course appear to favour any one over another. As editors of Osho Pulse we were touched and impressed by his article, although we do not know him personally. We feel it adds an important dimension to the discussion of keeping Osho 24-karat gold.

An excerpt of that article is reproduced here with the kind permission of the publisher:
After a Master the caliber of Osho, it is naturally a bit difficult for most enlightened sannyasins to stand up and show themselves. Compared to Osho, most of them will look a bit pale and ordinary, as Osho Himself has said. But still, if the awakened among us go on hiding, it will be written in the books of history that, in spite of Osho's tremendous work, very few of His disciples were known to be enlightened. To me, this means that His message will not be developed and spread around the world as fast as Osho had hoped it would. So really, Viha Connection could do a very essential work by encouraging those who have reached to step forward and show themselves.

Another side to this question involves the needs of sincere seekers. A situation where false awakened ones show up and real ones hide is hardly beneficial for seekers. In light of this understanding, enlightened sannyasins should be welcomed, since they will inevitably counteract the false ones, who �commit the greatest crime possible� toward the seekers.

A third side to the question is the difficulty an Osho sannyasin would have being with a Master from another tradition. Osho has cleaned spirituality of a vast amount of traditional ideas. All the other Masters I know still carry more or less of this old garbage. An enlightened Osho sannyasin is one who really got Osho's message. He or she will probably not succumb to outdated and irrelevant ideas.

LOVE.


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Aparna: Osho Meditation Workshops in Malaysia & Singapore
WWW: www.oshoworld.com/meditationcamps/meditationcamp1.asp
Email: oshopoem@yahoo.co.in
Date: Aug 4, 2006, 10:06


Osho Meditation Workshops in Malaysia & Singapore
Conducted by Swami Chaitanya Keerti
13 - 14 August
31 August - 11 September

Contact: Just Be
Osho World Meditators center
Wisma Zelan, Bandar Tun Razak,
Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 0060-122252188
Ma Bodhi Tara mabodhitara@yahoo.com

Singapore
13-14 September






Fo r information about more camps please log on to

www.oshoworld.com/m editationcamps/meditation camp1.asp


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Deepak: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: Swamidhyan_99@yahoo.com
Date: Oct 13, 2006, 14:48
The Workshop Organised by Just Be Meditator was really an excellent experience of mine, which was conducted by Swami Chaitanya Keerti. when i was in a book Shop at Twin Tower, where i met some people who were in search of a place were such activities take place and they can learn more about meditation, about Osho and his work. So i am leaving the following address for those who are really seekers.

Contact: Just Be
Osho World Meditators center
Wisma Zelan, Bandar Tun Razak,
Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 0060-122252188
Ma Bodhi Tara mabodhitara@yahoo.com


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    vignesh: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
    Email: bigvkey@hotmail.com
    Date: Oct 14, 2006, 11:55
    hi

    i was just talking to a friend who works in an osho ashram in india and she was telling me about it.

    can u just let me in about what do osho's followers learn and what kind of meditation do you practice and is there any palce where i can learn about this in malaysia

    regards
    vign esh

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ma prem sangeet: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: swaralakshe@hotmail.co.uk
Date: Jun 19, 2008, 0:12


i read your article its very intersting m, studing in uk i just joind workshop for 3day may come down to malaysia before end of this year. m from johore bahru taman iskandar byeeeee

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kumar lama sw.anand vasant: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: kumar.themyth@gmail.com
Date: Jan 12, 2009, 16:23
love osho

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prem nisarga: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
WWW: angelfire.com/stars/earthgardens
Date: Mar 8, 2009, 2:16
We invite all sanyasins who want to spend a few days in Nicaragua to stay with us and help with the education event.

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Raj: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: p.raja999@yahoo.com
Date: Apr 9, 2010, 13:48
Blissful always in my life, Thank you osho.

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Nakul: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Date: Jul 14, 2012, 5:35
When you come back after a tantric sex act, you have risen, not fallen. You feel filled with energy,
more vital, more alive, radiant. And that ecstasy will last for hours, even for days. It depends on how
deeply you were in it. If you move into it, sooner or later you will realize that ejaculation is wastage
of energy. No need of it – unless you need children. And with a tantric sex experience, you will feel a
deep relaxation the whole day. One tantric sex experience, and even for days you will feel relaxed –
at ease, at home, non-violent, non-angry, non-depressed. And this type of person is never a danger
to others. If he can, he will help others to be happy. If he cannot, at least he will not make anyone
unhappy.
From "Vigyan Bhairav Tantra Vol1 Page 483 Para 1"

Will anyone take out their most precious time to explain what did the line "No need of it – unless you need children." mean !?!?!?!?????

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swami dhyan nirmal: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: sethiaprakash@yahoo.com
Date: Jun 25, 2013, 7:46
journey of miles starts with single step...........

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swami dhyan nirmal: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: sethiaprakash@yahoo.com
Date: Jun 25, 2013, 7:46
journey of miles starts with single step...........

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Laxmi: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: laxmi.innomax@gmail.com
Date: Dec 3, 2013, 6:23
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Laxmi: RE:The Empty Boat and Other Adventures (Osho in Malaysia)
Email: laxmi.innomax@gmail.com
Date: Dec 11, 2013, 6:41
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