Eleven years after he passed away, the rebel Osho’s popularity continues to grow. But what is his enduring contribution and what will be the fate of his legacy, with the Pune Commune trying to transcend him and some prominent followers breaking away?
Nanda is as keen to take off for an Osho meditation camp as he is to organize one for his employees at Heritage in Delhi’s (India) upmarket South Extension market. Each item in his store, each display, even communication with his regular clients is stamped with his distinctive style—classy, meditative, understated, loving—which makes visitors to the emporium feel welcome and valued.Osho’s greatest contribution, believes Nanda, has been to make us realize that life is full of beauty, grace, splendor, height. Once you get acquainted with the truth, you can experience death lovingly. But we don’t live like this, which made Osho comment: ”I sell mirrors in the city of the blind.”
In the next 50-100 years, Nanda is confident, the world will be full of Oshoites and Osho’s teachings will be followed in toto. This is because with technological advancement, living will progressively become mundane and monotonous, mere fiddling around with plastic buttons. This will prove to be suicidal for human race, and so, make way for a new era.
Nanda doesn’t agree that the recent controversial developments at the Osho Commune in Pune will have much negative impact: ”There are many like me who have loved Osho, and feel connected to him. Wherever they are, Osho is.” He adds poetically: ”No matter how or where you slice a piece of misri (crystal sugar), what you get is still misri.”
”The western mind,” he continues, ”cannot comprehend the guru phenomenon. In India, for thousands of years, yogis have worked on themselves for salvation through the guru-shishya (master-disciple) tradition.” He is, of course, alluding to the rumored existence of a foreign cabal t
I accidently happened to view this sight,but am happy to read the comment by geniune people who have understood Osho.
Thamks a lot.
Your writing about Osho, is very enlightening and removes inhbitions in one.
Thank you once again for your valubale inputs.
today i read lots of article about osho.in your article, through words, u bring osho very close to me.osho has been always so dear lovable and close to me but today u bring osho little more closer.u r fortunate person to visit his place where he spread all the love n wisdom.i hope someday i would go there and feel his vibrations at budhdha field.although he is always around me with his sweet and tender voice,with his words in every book i read.i love you osho and all the people who love osho... thanks for the beautiful article
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