Buddha and Ananda: Sit by the side of your Mind to be meditative


There is a beautiful story form Buddha's life, which discusses the crux of being meditative.  Osho has explained it very well in this piece.  Worth reading.One day Buddha is passing by a forest. It is a hot summer day and he is feeling very thirsty. He says to Ananda, his chief disciple, "Ananda, you go back. Just three, four miles back we passed a small stream of water. You bring a little water -- take my begging bowl. I am feeling very thirsty and tired." He had become old.Ananda goes b … [Read more...]

The Joy of Silence

A talk about silence? -- seems to be difficult, doesn't it? Let us have a look how Osho manages. --"The moon reflected in the water is not the real moon, but still it has tremendous beauty; and if the waters of your mind are silent, then the moon reflected in those waters is exactly the same." … [Read more...]

When two Beggars beg from each other: What is Love?

What is Love? Do we even know how to love? One who has never loved himself, how can he love the other?  How does Love work?  What makes it better and what makes it grow? … [Read more...]

What Osho said about J. Krishnamurti and his work on his death

When Jiddu Krishnamurti died, Osho expressed his thoughts on him as a being and his work.  Its relevance, its longevity and its usefulness.  It is worth reading.  The discussion has been called "Death of the mystic, J. Krishnamurti" J. Krishnamurti died last Monday, In Ojai, California. In the past you have spoken of him as another enlightened being. Would you please comment on his death?The death of an enlightened being like J. Krishnamurti is nothing to be sad about, it is so … [Read more...]

The deepest question: Who Am I? (Audio)

A person asks Sadhguru "Who Am I?".  Sadhguru cuts through the question sharply to bring home the ridiculousness and the seriousness of this question in the way and the state it is being asked.   … [Read more...]