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Osho - Music Is from Heaven www.devayoko.com

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0XtxSnF17I


Samples magic pieces of music, from the CD 'Energy Celebration'
http://www.devayoko.com/EnergyCelebration/energyceleb.mp3
http://www.devayoko.com/EnergyCelebration/ecstasy_life.mp3

from 'with Love'
http://www.devayoko.com/Resources/with_Love/Inori_320.mp3

More samples on
http://www.devayoko.com/Listen.html
http://www.devayoko.com/catalog.html

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Ветвь сакуры в знак скорби, дружбы и поддержки японского народа в трудные дни.

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Cyber hug from Japan
http://www.oshonews.com/2011/03/meditation-for-japan/

From the first assessments it appears that the sannyasins living in Japan are all well. Here is a short message I received from Ritambhara in Osaka:

Hi Punya…as far as we have heard through the grapevine, all sannyasins are OK. Of course, the ‘threat’ of a nuclear meltdown is not yet over, and Japan is still being rocked by aftershocks from the initial earthquake, so I can’t vouch for the near future, but to my knowledge, all sannyasins are alive at present.

It’s early days yet, but it looks like the death toll may be anything between 20~30,000 people…though it will probably be months, before they arrive at the final ‘head-count’.

I don’t know all the sannyasins in Japan, especially in the Sendai area, but if any of them have ‘perished’ due to the earthquake, or subsequent tsunamis, we will probably hear about it eventually, through the Osho commune, on the ‘mixi’ network. If I hear anything, I’ll let you know.

Although we were shaken by the earthquake here in Osaka, it was nowhere near as bad, as what they went through up in the north-east. Life goes on here as usual, but the atmosphere is ‘tense’, and when we go out into the marketplace, we don’t see many smiling faces. People are quieter, laughter is not heard. As a collective group, I think we are all a bit traumatized, but the people in this country are a resilient lot, and provided we don’t all get vaporized in some nuclear catastrophe, we will eventually bounce back!

Sending you a big cyber hug! Ritambhara


15 Minutes Meditation for Japan

Prem Dharma has initiated a global event via Facebook. He writes:

Everybody is invited to share his love and support for our Japanese friends who need help in these hard times, after the earthquake and the explosion of the nuclear centre in Fukushima.

You can meditate sitting with the hands in your heart, or you can dance, sing, paint … anything which makes easier to share your beauty and love. The important thing is to focus your intention on supporting Japan.

The meditation lasts 15 minutes and starts on Saturday 19/3/2011 at 12.00 pm (Central Europen time zone, i.e. +1 GMT). If your time zone is different, please check the different timing so that we can meditate all at the same time. If for any reason you can’t do it at that time, do it when it is more comfortable for you.

It is also an invitation to pass from the individual to the collective consciousness, because our Japanese friends are not far away, they are right here…sharing this beautiful planet with us.

Let’s connect all together to send love and support.


It so happens that on that very day and time the sannyasins in Osaka will be having an Osho Celebration (which was planned before the earthquake). What synchronicity!


Внимание! 19 Марта, в эту субботу состоится 15-и минутная международная медитация Ошо коммуны для поддержки и выражения любви нашим японским друзьям. На медитацию приглашаются все желающие. Просто проведите эти минуты в дзен. Сидите в молчании буддовости, как и тысячи других людей по всему миру. Начало медитации в 10 часов утра по московскому времени, продлится она 15 минут. Welcome.

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Where will you run away in an earthquake?

Can you run faster than a tsunami?

How do you cope with cataclysms like the earthquakes and tsunamis in Japan?

A long time Osho disciple, Ma Yoga Manju, recalls a story Osho told in one of his Hindi discourses about a Zen master who was having dinner with his disciples when a major earthquake struck. As everything shook and swayed and things began to fall all over, the disciples quickly ran out to another room and some dashed outside in the open. But the Zen master sat still where he was and closed his eyes.

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With folded hands, Manju, her two daughters and her son (with long hair) with Osho in 1974

After a few minutes, the earthquake was over and the disciples began to tiptoe back to where the master was sitting in silence. When they asked him why he did not run away, he replied, “Where can you run? The earthquake is everywhere – in this room, the next room and even outside. So the only place you can escape is inside yourself. And that’s what I was doing.”

“Manju, you will have an earthquake in your life.” said Osho when he related this Zen story in response to her question in the series ‘Ami Jharat Viksat Kamal’ in the 1970s. Osho said after sannyas, she will have an earthquake in her life. So the only place for her to escape was by going inside with meditation.

After the Japan disasters, Manju said, “I was instantly reminded of the Zen story that Osho said answering my question. Where will you run away in an earthquake? How fast can you run? Can you run faster than a tsunami which travels faster than a jet? The only way is the way inside.

“It was nothing less than an earthquake after I took sannyas in 1972,” she recalls, “My mother, my uncles and some friends were present during that discourse that day. After sannyas I really had a big earthquake in my life. Osho said no one will accept you as you are like Meera who lost everything for Krishna.”

“After sannyas, many storms and earthquakes have come into my life. Everything and everybody around me changed as I changed. My immediate family, my home, my relatives and friends all changed. We moved to Pune to be with him and then my husband battled with cancer until he left his body. My children grew up and moved away. Now I live by myself and all I have is my master and meditation. “

She says, “To survive these earthquakes, all I had and still have is meditation. You cannot start meditating when the earthquake strikes but well in advance before it strikes so that you are aware and prepared to remain still when everything around you starts to collapse.”

It all started with a carton of books. Settled in Nairobi, Manju used to take a carton of books to read on her return to Nairobi. As she travelled by ship, she had a big carton of books from the list she gave to the bookseller. When she came to collect it, the bookseller said he had included four books by a revolutionary author as there was some space in the carton. On board the ship, she started to read the new author and was so engrossed in these books that she never came out on the deck until the ship’s stewards asked her if she was unwell!

As the ship sailed towards East Africa, Manju wanted it to go back to India so that she could meet the author. But she had to wait for four years until 1968 when her family went touring India in a car. She managed to get the address of this author in Jabalpur from the booksellers but when she went there, she found that Osho had moved to a new location. She persisted and found his new address and met him. At that time, Osho was lecturing and touring India and he invited her to attend one of his meditation camps. She took sannyas during one of them in 1972.

Then she shuttled between Nairobi and Pune to take care of her family and be with her master. A couple of years later, her husband and three children also took sannyas. She started Anandneed Meditation Centre at her home in Nairobi. “I moved to Pune later on and also went to Rajneeshpuram in Oregon for eight months. After it was dismantled, I returned to Pune and was here when Osho returned to this city, she recalls, ”It’s been a long journey and my master and meditation enabled me to face many earthquakes of my life.”

Text by Anand Kul Bhushan for Osho News
http://www.oshonews.com/2011/03/where-will-you-run-away-in-an-earthquake/

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