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Fantasy Fair Archeon 2006

Cartoons by Jet de Wilde

Poppen dokter - Doll doctor Shop in Amsterdam

The Hague - an empty city

Decor building   Decor bouw

ShanT and Mary...

Art photography  -  Fotografie

Frigge Timmerwerken Den Haag. - kinderkamer

Tarot by Sona.     Tarot kaarten van Sona.

Hand made cotton paper factory India  -  Hand geschept katoen papier India.

Statues The Hague  -  Beeldentuin Lange Voorhout Den Haag

Ardennen kanoeing  -  Ardennen kano varen

OSHO Ashram

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ShanT in Nepal

My Altar - How to make an altar  -  Hoe maak je een altaar?

Schilderijen  -  Zonder stroom

Paspoppen

Eye of GOD  -  and his face!!!

Inner Warrior Club and Marcus van Soest  -  Inner Warrior en Marcus van Soest

Tischa

Flower Clown, Ronnie Flower

Tischa in Egypt

Tischa and friends

Egypt

ShanT and his photography  -  ShanT en zijn fotografie

ShanT as a child  -  ShanT als kind

ShanT in India

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Massief houten vloeren leggen en eventueel renoveren, repareren en onderhouden.

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OSHO, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh


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Maroesja Perizonius, commune kind, en mijn ervaringen als communekind... My stories with OSHO OSHO - Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh Jezus crusified again? This time in America My OSHO and sannyassin stories Dheeraj, Tibettan Pulsing Healing Face of GOD, Nasa and Hubble telescope pictures, and a story Travels through India and Nepal 1990-2000 Dharmsala 2007

 Thanka's from Dharmsala, India, made by Norbulinka institute Dilgo Kyentse Rinpoche Tulku with Tischa, my daughter... Frequencies of Brilliance Shamanic Training My Altar - How to make an altar  -  Hoe maak je een altaar?  With Dalai Lama March 2007  Including photo's from Dharmsala.. Intervieuw with an Australian Monk, living in a nunnery for the past 5 years in Dharmsala. How different is it compared to the commune? ShanT in Nepal 1998
My OSHO and sannyassin stories OSHO ashram India and America, The Ranch and Poona... Tarot by Sona.     Tarot kaarten van Sona. ShanT and Mary...1996 Sadhu's, Sadhu's and Sadhu's... Beard lama blesses thangka's... Hand made paper factory in Poona, India OSHO commune children

  Photo and Picture gallery ( gallerie ) OSHO  Link to Rebelliousspirit.com

  Greetings, and may His love and light shine on you...

   Here some pictures from OSHO, or Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh from before pune 1, Pune 1, the ranch, Greece and Pune 2.... India. Hope you love 'm as much as I do... You have some photo's from him or the Ashram, rare one's? Please send them to me. mail me

   I have some rare stories on OSHO on this page

  

 

   Rajneesh Chandra Mohan a.k.a. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh a.k.a. Osho was born on December 11th, 1931, in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India. He was the son of a cloth merchant who was a Jaina, an ancient and respected minority religion. Up to the age of seven he had lived with his grandparents, who allowed him complete freedom. By fourteen he was able to go so deeply into meditation that parents and friends became worried about his physical health. On March 21st, 1953, while still a university student, he became enlightened, reaching the peak of human awareness.

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   "From this moment," he says, "my outside biography ended and an ego-less life began in deep union with existence....". He graduated in philosophy in 1956 and became the debating champion of India. One year later he started to teach in the Sanskrit College of Raipur and then dropped his professorship to dedicate himself to "the spiritual awakening of other people."

   In 1966, in the tradition of the old masters, he started to travel throughout his country, devoting himself to teaching the art of meditation. Everywhere he spoke, thousands listened to his talks about freedom of the individual, something never taught in other institutions.


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   In 1968 he decided to settle in Bombay. But he continued to lead dynamic meditation camps in the mountains. He created a technique to help people put aside their minds, and to allow the heart and the being to once again become the place from which to reach awareness.

   He began to initiate his followers into "Neo-Sannyas," that's what he called his experiment of self-knowledge and meditation in daily life, and gave himself the Sanskrit name Bhagwan after what his students called him, meaning, "the enlightened one". And this name started to become well known in Europe, America, Australia and Japan. The monthly meditation camps became more crowded, and it was necessary to find a larger place to accommodate all that were knocking on the door.

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   In 1974, an ashram in Pune was inaugurated, on the same day he had become enlightened 21 years before. Here, young people from all over the world who were tired of violence, pain, and death, were received without having to give a name or proof of identity. They were given a hot bath, an Indian bed, vegetarian food, music, and singing. It melted the fatigue of the travel and the tension of the waiting for the Master, who did not want to possess anybody, and who didn't want to lead them down any particular path.

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   In the meetings at sunrise and sunset, Bhagwan looked individually into each tense face. Looking into their eyes he read them like nobody else could. At forty-seven, he was considered a very beautiful man. His beard was long and still dark, his bare feet resembled the erotic sculptures of the temples of Kajuraho, his hands, like butterflies, painted mandalas and lotus flowers in the air.


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   The gift he was giving people every day was so profound that many could not accept it and some even got sick; problems in the intestines, and very high fever sometimes hit new people. But those who stayed received an incredible wisdom. He led his disciples on paths, which were philosophical, scientific, psychoanalytical, and religious. His knowledge of the West was as formidable as his knowledge of the East. From Buddha to Jesus, from Heraclitus to Marx, from the Indian mystic, Tilopa to Jung, from Zen to the Sufis, from Yoga to Tantra, he would point out the strengths and weaknesses of each doctrine.

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   His bottom line was always: "From now on, do whatsoever you want, but do it with awareness. Easy and natural are the keys. Don't repress anything, be your own self."

   Bhagwan was the Master who would not give solutions, but simply provide a space to let go of the madness caused by living a life where the body, mind, being and soul were not connected.


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  Like Socrates he was considered a corrupter of the morals of young people, like all true philosophers he demolished a belief system that produced only unhappiness, not joy. His greatness was that he didn't give solutions, only tools for people to realize themselves. "The answer is in yourself. I just tell you the potential of your being."

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  The Indian government, under pressure from the USA, became hostile to Bhagwan, demanding 5 million Swiss francs in income tax from him, and he left Pune. With characteristic courage, he went straight to America, to Oregon. He bought a ranch called Rajneesh Puram, and it became almost a laboratory of communism: Everything was shared, and everybody worked for the Commune without pay. In the desert they grew fruits trees and specialized in all kinds of work. They began to publish his discourses and distribute them all over the world.


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   In 1985, US authorities accused him of violations of the immigration laws. He was under arrest for twelve days. Eventually he was deported. (Don't forget Sheela, the one we all followed) After his release, his health began to deteriorate. In a book published by an Italian disciple, called Operation Socrates, Majid Valcarenchi and Ida Porta attempt to show that Bhagwan was murdered. According to them the Master was poisoned with thallium, a substance which causes bone pain, hair loss, deterioration of vision, and breakdown of the immune system, symptoms which began to appear immediately after his jail experience.

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   Bhagwan was expelled from the United States on the grounds of corrupting young people. Seventeen European and South American countries refused him entry or permission to stay. In 1986 after an odyssey via Nepal, Greece, and Uruguay, he returned to India. In the deserted ashram, he cleaned out the mess. He settled his tax debts and presented a park to Pune.

 
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   An Indian doctor, based on these symptoms, declared that Bhagwan had AIDS. The international press published this in spite of a test showing that be was in fact AIDS negative. The Indian Health Organization disowned the doctor, but that was not mentioned in the press.

   In 1989, he announced from his ashram that he didn't want to be called Bhagwan Shree, which invoked the meaning of "God." His disciples, or sannyassins, "ones who have renounced the world," decided to call him Osho, which comes from the root "oceanic"; and means dissolved into the ocean. Having previously removed his name from everything, he finally agrees to accept "Osho," explaining that it is derived from William Jamesí "oceanic." "It is not my name," he says, "it is a healing sound."

 


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   On the 19, January; 1990, hair and beard now completely white, and with a far away look in his eyes, Osho died in his own country, in the city that had become famous, because it was host to an energy and a freedom which scared people who were unable to look for happiness. But which gave to thousands of young people the tools with which to find it: within themselves. And so setting them off with open hearts on the difficult path of an unarmed revolution -- the only one that for centuries has been pointed out by philosophers, mystics, and those who would sabotage certainty, pointed out with the grace of the chosen, to those who believe in hope.

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Never Died
Only Visited this
Planet Earth between Dec 11 1931 -- Jan 19 1990

   With these literally immortal words, Osho both dictates his epitaph and dispenses with his biography.

 

   This text is from sannyas archives and not necessarily true! As with all information, don't lose your sense of criticism. History is written by those who benefit most. Hardly ever is truth been popular. As you can see now around the Ashram in Pune, as you saw in Rajneesh Puram. There are always people with interest other than truth.  Keep your eyes open!

 


OSHOIs this a joke? Found this picture between many of OSHO. HAHA!
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    I loved being with Him. Although His death didn't do much to me, I was happy to meet him again during my 'Frequencies of Brilliance' training. After many years of not being involved with sannyas, meditation and 'doing the right thing' , I was so happy to feel him so close by, I cried with joy. I love you OSHO. Pyare. I wish to be close to you every moment of my life. I am your sannyassin. As you are my true friend.

    The Ashram is now in the hands of a small crew, organizing a meditation and therapy center. There are many stories going around about fights for this place, and I am happy to hear there are some sannyassins who got enlightened, and are available around the Ashram, while they are not allowed in. Boy oh Boy. Well, I must say, it would have been truly magical, if these enlightened ones were accepted in and the Ashram would be a place for all of us. I know the way the Ashram goes about unwelcome guests, as I have been a guard at the Gateless gate for many months. I wish something extraordinary to happen. The world needs it. And I should also resolve my disappointments and judgments. My friends, stop fighting, Shanti Tilasmi (Me) , stop fighting. Relax.
    I have to add that it is truly special to have been in the opportunity to be with OSHO for such a long time. I, and with me many, are truly blessed. He has been an extra ordinary man for a long time to come. I seem to miss this importance day after day, and need to remind myself, here and now. I am cleaning up.

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   I know some people who know me will read this. Some I made clear I wasn't interested in them anymore. I still am not. All the bullshit can stay home... Thank you.. Some friends will see this, and love from me. Send me a mail if you feel like.

ShanT

 

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