Who is Osho

Osho Was he a traitor or a sex guru?

story is of Osho, that is, of Lord Ragnesh.

Let’s now hear Rehan Fadal’s debate. He was only known as Osho to his lakhs of followers, disciples and followers. In India, and later on in the world, he was known as Acharya Ragnesh and Bhagwan Shri Ragnesh. Osho means the person who has immersed himself in the ocean. In Sudurpur, this word is used for a fortunate person, on whom flowers rain from the sky. The whole world sees Osho as a mysterious person who walks away from a rebellious line. Who is not only an anarchist, but also a Buddhist writer. Osho also aroused interest in people because he was no longer part of any tradition, philosophical ideology or religion.

Osho Birth

On December 11, 1931, Osho’s real name was Chandramohan Jain, born in Gadarwara, Madhya Pradesh. When Osho entered Jabalpur’s Hidkarani College after completing his BA in 1951, he was stunned by a Darshanshastra professor. He used to ask so many questions during his lectures that the professor got tired of answering them. And he could not complete his course on time. Vasant Joshi writes Osho’s biography, The Luminous Rebel, Life Story of a Maverick Mystic.Finally, when the professor could not bear it, he gave the ultimatum to the headmaster that either he will stay in that college or Osho. The headmaster called Osho to his office and told him to leave the college. Although he accepted that Osho had no fault in this process, he did not want his college’s most senior professor to resign on this issue. On this condition, Osho decided to leave the college and the principal will admit him to another college. Osho was so desperate that initially every college refused to keep him here. Later, he entered D.N. Jain College with great difficulty. Osho started his career in 1957 as a professor at Raipur’s Sanskrit University.

In 1960, he became a professor of philosophy at Jabalpur University. He was considered a fast-paced teacher in those days. During this period, he started his career as a spiritual guru. He started to visit the whole of India and gave explanations on politics, religion, and sex. A few days later, he also resigned from the post of professor and became a guru completely. In 1979, he established his headquarters in Mumbai. During this period, he met an English woman, Christina Woltz. Osho gave her the monk’s name, Ma Yoga Vivek. He considered her his friend from his previous birth. She became his personal assistant. Osho raised his voice against religious beliefs and karma for centuries.and raised his voice against the Sikhs.

The Enigmatic Journey of Osho

As a spiritual guru, Osho believed that collective dharma is a means of dividing people instead of giving them spiritual wisdom. In his view, dharma has lost its vitality as a victim of the Sikhs. Osho considered dharma and politics to be two sides of the same coin, whose sole purpose is to control people. He presented a wonderful example of the spiritual analysis of the ancient philosophy and Freud and advocated sexual liberation in open words. His ability to present complex concepts in plain language attracted many people from different professions to him. Famous writer Khushwant Singh wrote while praising him, Osho was one of the most intellectual thinkers born in India. Apart from this, he was the most intellectual, scientific thinker and a man of new ideas. American writer Tom Robbins believed that reading Osho’s books, he was the greatest spiritual guru of the 20th century. For many years, Osho’s wife, Ma Anandshila, came in contact with him at a very young age. Osho used to call every woman he married, Ma, because he considered every woman to be a symbol of motherhood. He used to call every man he married, Swami, so that they always remember to control themselves. Sheela writes in her autobiography, Don’t Kill Him,

Maverick Mystic, Controversial Philosopher, and the Rajneesh Movement

The Story of My Life with Bhagwan Rajneesh, Usually, God did not meet people without a pre-determined time. But we went to meet him without an appointment.I did not meet people. But we went to meet them without an appointment. When I entered their room, they were sitting on a sofa on the edge of the room. They were wearing a white gown. When I entered the room, God smiled at me and spread his arms. He embraced me and took my hand very slowly. I put my head in his lap. After a while, when I quietly got up and started walking, they called me again. They said, Sheila, you will come to meet me tomorrow at 2.30 pm. Osho would give a wooden garland to each disciple which had a locket and a picture of Osho on both sides. Every monk was expected to wear that locket at all times. He wanted his disciples to wear orange or red clothes. It was necessary that the clothes were loose so that energy can easily flow through the body.

Osho gave his speech in Hindi or English. The disciples were instructed to keep their eyes closed while giving the speech. Osho was famous for his opinion on controversial topics. In his book, The Rajneesh Chronicle, Winn McCormack writes, His thoughts were so controversial that many times there was a discussion about banning them in the Indian Parliament. Osho used to choose different topics to attract different people. His listeners came from all over the world. People of all ages, religions and races would gather to listen to his speech. Whoever came in contact with him either became his disciple or his opponent. No one could stay sad about him. His true self, Lakshmi, was very simple.No one could be saddened by her. Her spiritual guide, Laxmi, would carefully select those who would meet her. She was first asked to participate in a dynamic meditation. Then she was introduced to Osho. In the beginning, she would give her speech at the sea shore of Chowpatty at 6 am. At night, she would address people in a hall or at her house. Sometimes, her list of listeners would range from 100 to 120. And sometimes, it would go up to 5000 to 8000. A few days later.

Spiritual Teachings, and the Rise and Fall of the Rajneesh Movement

Osho found life in Mumbai to be difficult. Her allergies and asthma worsened with the heavy rains in Mumbai. Her foreign relatives were not used to the monsoon rains in Mumbai. She was affected by various diseases. She asked her secretary to find a place near Mumbai. After much deliberation, it was decided that she would build her ashram in Pune. The weather in Pune was better than in Mumbai. She chose Koraigaon for her ashram. Ma Ananshila writes, After reaching Pune,

Osho started to separate herself from the people. She had complete faith in her followers. Foreigners were given more preference here. She started ignoring the Indians. They always sat on a chair, and their disciples on the floor. Soon, she established herself in Pune. Every day, about 5000 people started coming to listen to her. Due to Rajneesh Ashram in Pune, India’s tourism industry grew by 15% every year. Rajneesh Ashram helped Pune to establish itself on the world map.

The population of Pune increased by 15% every year. The Rajneesh Ashram played a major role in establishing Pune on the world map. It also provided stability to the economy of Pune. And the city was filled with wealth and colour. Various therapies were given in the Ashram of Osho. And money started flowing like water. Sex therapies became the most important of these therapies. In these, sexuality was accepted without any prejudice. Ethical issues related to sexuality and minorities were kept in check. Anand Shila writes, God wanted us to work without any envy or desire for power. Indian people were not allowed to participate in these therapies. Not everyone understood why Osho stopped Indian people from participating in these therapies. They were asked many questions about this. Their logic was that people from the West come from a suffering world. Their lifestyle and mentality are completely different from that of Indians. They need an active therapy. But for Indians, a quiet and peaceful meditation is enough. With this logic, he conveyed to his Indian disciples that he was better than people from the West.

Osho always encouraged young partners to change in their ashram. Tim Guest, a disciple of Osho, writes in his book, My Life

 

in Orange, Growing Up with the Guru. Many Indians consider his book, Sambhog Se Samadhi, a pornographic book. This hurts their religious sentiments. Because it talks about sex openly. By writing this book, he became the enemy of many saints who wanted to suppress sex.

They were seen as a motivation to openly express their views and to change their sexual partners. They were also accused of being jealous of the women of the Ashram. In a short time, the total area of the Rajneesh Ashram in Pudhe was 25,000 square meters. A medical center was built there, where doctors and nurses from all over the world were kept. Medical services were kept free for people living in the Ashram and full-time workers. Anand Sheela writes,

Osho did not want to keep newborns in a confined place. Therefore, the Sanyasins were encouraged to be pregnant. Osho often talked about sex repression, so the Sanyasins lived an open sex life. Due to this the number of sexually transmitted diseases in our Ashram increased. In a month, about 90 sexual contacts were seen in some Sannyasins. I was surprised that even after such a busy day,

how could the Sanyasins get time for sex?

Meanwhile, Osho’s diseases began to increase. His allergy, asthma, and back pain increased. When he became intoxicated, he stopped leaving his home and giving speeches. His eyes became weak, and after reading the book, he began to have a headache. Anand Sheela writes He was allergic to perfume and scent. We had to work very hard to stop them from coming to him. Before morning and evening speeches, the body of each listener was smelled to check if he had applied perfume or perfume. This was a strange process. It was necessary to save Osho from allergy.

It was necessary to save Osho from the allergy. The gate of the ashram was open at 6 in the morning for the outsiders. And it was closed at 9 in the night. But in the end,

Osho’s heart was filled from Pune as well. He planned to build an ashram in Oregon, USA. In which thousands of his disciples could live together. On May 31, 1981, he left Mumbai for America for his new ashram. Along with him, his 2500 ashram residents also headed to America. Among them was the famous film actor Vinod Khanna. Meanwhile.

Osho bought 93 Rolls Royce cars. But this is where his bad days started. And his American dream started to fall like the leaves of a crown. He was tried for violating the travel regulations. He had to stay in an American jail for 17 days. And finally, he was released from jail by paying a fine of Rs. 48 lakhs. And he was ready to leave America. After this, he tried to take refuge in many countries. But one after the other, many countries refused to take him back. In the end, he was forced to return to India. On January 19, 1990, he said goodbye to this world at the age of 58. His funeral was held in his residence in Pune, Lao Tzu House. On his tombstone, it was written, Osho, who was neither born nor died, he traveled the world between 11 December 1931 and 19 January 1990.

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