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Women make up just under half the population of the world, yet still they are often treated as little better than goods and services. Here Osho speaks about what man is like without woman.“I did not say that man has nothing to offer. He has much to offer. In...

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For millenia women have been oppressed by men. The feminist movement has done its best to liberate women from this oppression, yet it is only very recently that a campaign has started to make heard the voices of those who’ve suffered at the hands of men. Osho’s vision is...

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Oppression of women has been happening since time began and while the feminist movement has made great strides in evening out the playing field for women, and #MeToo is bringing assault and abuse out into the open, Osho’s vision is far clearer…“The liberation movement is not really in favor...

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Paradise Is for the Courageous

We live in a world where we rely increasingly on technology, and its uses, as we know, are myriad. We use technology to communicate, to get about, cook our food, measure our health, and even to time our meditations – where would we be without it? But what about...

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Fear of the Future

Fear of the future is a thing. Google the phrase and you get 285,000,000 results. Increasing threats to public safety from terrorism, renewed focus on nuclear capability, and climate change – things made possible by newer and better technologies – can seem like restrictions on our freedom. are we...

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A More Human Technology

Looking at news headlines it’s easy to get dispirited over how we are treating our planet. Our use of modern technology has resulted in dire warnings on climate change, the dead garbage of plastic, pollution, and so on. And isn’t it ironic that for increasing numbers of us this...

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We’ve all heard the phrase, “Use it or lose it,” and this applies to our bodies as much as to our minds. A new study cited in Science Daily reveals that dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain. Dr. Kathrin Rehfeld, lead author of the study,...

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According to a recent article in Quartz Media, accepting our darkest emotions is the key to psychological health, and that studies have shown that habitually accepting negative emotions was more likely to lead to elevated levels of well-being.So is acceptance the key to a healthier life?Osho is asked:I worry...

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Anger rooms are all the rage, according to an article in this week’s New York Times Style section that mentions three such places where people go to smash things. As one proprietor put it:“That’s the cool thing about addressing an instinct, everyone’s got it.”There’s nothing new in the understanding...

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In an article published in this week’s New York Times it is reported that: “Scientists for the first time have successfully edited genes in human embryos to repair a common and serious disease-causing mutation, producing apparently healthy embryos,…”This news raises questions about who might control the technology that makes this...