Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Teri Justajoo- Vandana Somaia

Vandana Somaia Performing Raag Malkosh With Hemang Mehta (November 12th ...

Radhe Radhe Maan Bole by Vikram Hazra , Krishna Bhajan posted by Prianxi

radhe radhe shyam vikram hazra

Bhagwan, Why do you confuse us ?

Father, forgive these people, because they know not what they are doing ..

Father, forgive these people, because they know not what they are doing ..

Self-immolation increasing among Tibetan monks

Question: Beloved Master, When do I know if my sexual energy is transformed or just repressed?

Osho: It will not be difficult. It will be the simplest thing to know. When sexual energy is repressed you will have sexual dreams, you will have sexual fantasies -- you cannot avoid them. When sex energy is transformed, you will not have any sexual dreams, you will not have any sexual fantasies. This is... the simple criterion.

I will end with a small story.... In Gautam Buddha's time there was one beautiful woman -- she was a prostitute, Amrapali. One Buddhist monk was just going to beg when Amrapali saw him. She was simply amazed because kings have been at her door, princes, rich people, famous people from all walks of life. But she had never seen such a beautiful person -- and he was a monk, a beggar with a begging bowl. She was going on her golden chariot to her garden. She told the bhikkhu, "If you don't mind, you can sit with me on the chariot and I will lead you wherever you want."

She was not thinking that the bhikkhu would be ready to do it, because it was known that Buddha did not allow his bhikkhus to talk to women, or to touch any woman. And to ask him to sit on a golden chariot in the open street where there were thousands of people, hundreds of other bhikkhus, other monks...She was not hoping that he would accept the invitation, but he said, "That's good," and he climbed on the chariot and sat by her side. It was a scene. She was one of the wealthiest women the world had known.

The world knows only two women -- one in the West, Cleopatra, and one in the East, Amrapali -- who are thought to be the world's most beautiful women. And a bhikkhu with a begging bowl...!A crowd was following the chariot, "What is going on there? Nobody has ever heard..."
And then the bhikkhu said, "My camp has come. Thank you for your being so kind to a poor man. You can drop me here."

But Amrapali said, "From tomorrow, the rainy season is going to be here." In the rainy season the bhikkhus, the monks, don't move. They stay in one place -- only for the rainy season. The remaining months they are always on the move from one village to another village. "From tomorrow, the rainy season is going to begin. I invite you to stay with me. You can ask your master."

He said, "Jolly good, I will ask the master. And I don't see that he will object, because I know him -- he knows me, and he knows me more than I know him."
But before he reached, many others had reached and complained that the man had broken the discipline, the prestige, the respectability... that the man should be expelled immediately. The bhikkhu came -- Buddha asked him, "What happened?"

He told the whole thing and he said, "The woman has asked me to stay with her for the coming four months' rainy season. And I have said to her, `As I know my master I don't think there is any problem, and my master knows me better than I know him.' So what do you say?"
There were ten thousand monks, and there was pindrop silence. Gautam Buddha said, "You can accept her invitation."

It was a shock. People were thinking he would be expelled, and he was being rewarded! But what could they do. They said, "Just wait. After four months Buddha will see that he has committed a grave mistake. That young man will be corrupted in that place, in a prostitute's house. Have you ever heard of a monk staying for four months...?"

The man stayed for four months, and every day rumors were coming that "this is going wrong" and "that is going wrong." And Buddha said, "Just wait, let him come. I know he is a man who can be trusted. Whatever happens he will tell himself. I don't have to depend on rumors." And when the monk came, Amrapali was with him. He touched Buddha's feet and said, "Amrapali wants to be initiated."

Buddha said, "Look, about all these rumors... When a real meditator goes to a prostitute, the prostitute has to change into a meditator. When a repressed person who has all the sexuality and is sitting on a volcano goes to a prostitute, he falls down. He was already waiting for it -- not even a prostitute was needed. Any woman would have done that."

The question is saying that all the religions have taught you to repress your sexual energy, and they have created repressed people all around. And those repressed people are very angry with me for the simple reason that I am saying repression is not going to help you.The energy has to be transformed, otherwise the energy will drag you down more into darkness than towards light.

Do not repress anything. Whatever is natural is good. Whatever is natural is to be accepted with totality. You have to do just one thing: don't be against nature but just be a watcher. Just remain a witness in everything, whether it is eating, whether it is walking, whether it is making love... just remain a witness and you will be surprised. Witnessing is an absolute guarantee of transformation, and you will see the difference. You won't have any sexual dreams, you won't have any sexual fantasies. And if you repress, then you are going to be in trouble.

Even Mahatma Gandhi, who was repressing his sexuality, at the age of seventy years was having nocturnal emissions. It is ugly. But I am grateful to him because he was truthful. He at least accepted it. Your so-called saints will not accept it. Repression will show itself -- there is no doubt about it. Some day or other it will bring sex to your mind, either waking or sleeping.

But if the energy is transformed then you will have a radiance, a glow, a certain light around you, a certain silence surrounding you; a blissfulness, a coolness that not only you will feel but those who are open also will feel. If you just pass by their side they will feel that not only a person has passed but a phenomenon has passed. Something of your inner core will have touched them. Some music is bound to be heard by those who have ears. And as far as you are concerned there is an absolute distinction: you won't have any ideas, waking or sleeping, about sex.

Source: from book "The Sword and the Lotus " by Osho

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

My Beloved Bhagwan Rajneesh in jail.


My health is good. They tried to harm me but they could not succeed for two reasons: one, the people they had appointed to harass me - to indirectly create situations in which I would be suffering - soon fell in love with me. They started saying to me, "This is something we cannot do."

In one jail particularly, the sheriff of the jail, the doctor, the nurses and all the inmates - three hundred and sixty people... it almost became a commune. For six days I was there, and it changed the whole atmosphere of the jail.

The sheriff was an old man and he told me, "This is for the first time, and perhaps the last time, that a person like you will come into this jail. We have never felt so silent; even our criminals have never been so peaceful. And our whole staff has fallen in such love with you that they don't want you to be released. They want you to be here."

The head nurse said, "Tomorrow, we will be looking for you and we will miss you." People are people.

If you just have enough love, you can change their hearts very easily. So this was one of the reasons they could not harm me much.

The second reason was the freedom, the immense freedom of the press. The whole world press, except India, was focused on me. Every jail where I was, was puzzled about what has happened.

Twenty-four hours a day there were telephone calls, thousands of telegrams, hundreds of flowers reaching from all parts of the world. "If so many people love this man, there must have been some mistake."

And the press was continuously around every jail - in their helicopters with their cameras, cameras on the gate, cameras in the trees. They never left me for a single moment in twelve days. And just in my passing from one jail to another - at least I had to come out of the gate - even in those few moments they would ask me, "Are they harming you? Just one word from you and the whole world will see the real fascist face of America." Afraid of the press, they could not do much.

So my health is perfectly good.

~ Osho - From Book: Osho Light on the Path

"Ashai Mugam" ft. Vidya Vandana - Shankar Tucker

Monday, September 19, 2011

Shiva Tandava Stotram

Bismillah - The Musical

"You - Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev - A Spiritual Possibility" - Book Launch

Twilight Moments: Significance of a Live Guru - Sadhguru

The Significance of Worshipping a Devi

The Significance of worshipping Devi, this article is about a seeker Buddhi Vallabh (Father of Swami Rama) doing intense Sadhana on Manasa Devi, seeking a Spiritual Guru. The following words are from the book "At the Eleventh Hour" by Pandit Rajmani Tigunait :-

Buddhi Vallabh was convinced that to transform himself from a professional pandit to a genuine sadhaka (seeker) he must move to a place where no one knew him. So one night he gathered his courage, withdrew his attachment to his family, and walked away.
He was already a great devotee of the Divine Mother Durga, so living near a shrine dedicated to that goddess was a natural choice. There were several such places in Garhwal, but all were too close to his village to give him the anonymity he sought. So he went to a shrine dedicated to Manasa Devi in the forest near Haridwar and built his dwellings in the hills nearby. He began his meditation with the intention of finding a master who could initiate him and put him on the path.
Manasa Devi is a compassionate goddess. According to popular belief, she fulfills the desire of those who pray to her for help and brings peace and happiness to the human mind (manas). Her shrine is a central pilgrimage site in Haridwar and can be reached by cable car, but seventy five years ago it was only a small temple on top of a steep hill surrounded by a thick forest. It could be reached only by foot. Elephants and Tigers roamed the area, and scarcity of even the barest necessities prevented all but the most courageous and austere sadhakas from doing their practices there.
Six months passed. Buddhi Vallabh continued to meditate on the Divine Mother at the shrine of Manasa Devi. He had undertaken a very special practice known as Shata Chandi, which required that he observe many austerities, such as eating only once a day, bathing in the Ganga, worshipping the Divine Mother at the temple and reciting the entire scripture, Durga Saptashati, every day. He spent his remaining time doing japa of the navarna mantra, and on the the day he finished the practice, the great Himalayan adept Bengali Baba visited Manasa Devi. Buddhi Vallabh was thrilled to see the sage and was certain that Bengali Baba was the master who would guide him on the path. Still holding his mala, he placed his head at the master’s feet, and Bengali Baba blessed him, saying, “Your practice at Manasa Devi’s shrine is complete.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Radha's love for Krishna

Yanni - Flash of Color

Love is a Beautiful Phenomenon. Let Sex be a Playfullness.

Yanni - Truth of Touch - Guilty Pleasure - Full Track HD

Yanni - Secret- Serendipity

Paraai stri ki Taraf Mat Dekho - Osho Hindi Discourse. Hilarious Video.

Dalai Lama describes Chinese torture of Innocent Tibetans. What is unbelievable that, despite all the description given by him, he says that there are many other events, WHICH ARE TOO EVIL TO MENTION. The following is the article about International Commisions enquiry on the Tibetan Refugees, taken from the book "My Land and My People" by Dalai Lama. The words of Dalai Lama :-

In its inv...estigation, the Commision examined every Chinese and Tibetan statement, and send its trained men to interrogate Tibetan Refugees, and in doing so brought to light more horrors than even I had heard of. I do not think most people want to read of the extremes of cruelty, and I do not want to write of them, but in justice to my own people I must sum up the oppressions which that impartial enquiry revealed.
Tens of thousands of our people have been killed, not only in military actions, but individually and deliberately. They have been killed, without trial, on suspicion of opposing communism, or of hoarding money, or simply because of their position, or for no reason at all. But mainly and fundamentally they have been killed because they would not renounce their religion. They have not only been shot, but beaten to death, crucified, burned alive, drowned, vivisected, starved, strangled, hanged, scalded, burned alive, disemboweled, and beheaded. This killings have been done in public. The victim’s fellow villagers and friends and neighbours have been made to watch them, and eye witnesses described them to Commision. Men and Women have been slowly killed while their own families were forced to watch, and small children have even been forced to shoot their parents.
Lamas have been specially persecuted. The Chinese said they were unproductive and lived on the money of the people. The Chinese tried to humiliate them, especially the elderly and and most respected, before they tortured them, by harnessing them to plough, riding them like horses, whipping and beating them, and OTHER METHODS TOO EVIL TO MENTION. And while they were slowly putting them to death, they taunted them with their religion, calling on them to perform miracles to save themselves from pain and death.
Apart from these public killings, great numbers of Tibetans have been imprisoned or rounded up and taken away to unknown destinations, great numbers have died from the brutalization and privations of forced labours, and many have commited suicide in despair and misery. When men have been driven to take to the mountains as guerillas, the women and children left in their villages have been killed with machine guns.
Many thousands of children, from fifteen years of age down to babies still at the breast, have been taken away from their parents and never seen again, and parents who protested have been imprisoned or shot. The Chinese either declared that parents could work better without their children, or that the children would be sent to china to be properly educated.
Many Tibetan men and women believe the Chinese have sterilized them. They independently described the a painful operation to the interrogators of the International Commision. The Commision did not accept their evidence as conclusive, because the operation did not correspond to any methods of sterilizations known to the medical profession in India. But on the other hand, there was no other explanation to it, and since the Commision’s report was completed, new evidence has been given which has convinced me that the Chinese did sterilize all the men and women of a few villages.
Besides these crimes against the people, the Chinese have destroyed hundreds of our monasteries, either by physically wrecking them, or by killing the lamas and sending the monks to the labour camps, ordering monks under pain of death to break their vows of celibacy, and using the empty monastic buildings and temples as army barracks and stables.
On all the evidence which they collected, the International Commision considered the Chinese guilty of “the gravest crime of which any person or nation can be accused” – that is, of genocide, “the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group as such”. They were satisfied that the Chinese intend to destroy the Buddhists of Tibet.
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