Some Insight into OSHO and His Teachings


Osho, teachings,

Osho also known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, was an Indian spiritual teacher and philosopher who gained worldwide recognition for his unconventional and controversial teachings. He was born on December 11, 1931, in Kuchwada, India, and passed away on January 19, 1990, in Pune, India. Osho's teachings were centred around meditation, personal growth, and spiritual enlightenment. He believed that all humans have the potential for spiritual growth and that the path to enlightenment is through meditation and self-awareness. (Read more Posts on OSHO)

Osho was critical of traditional religion and believed that spirituality should be a personal experience rather than a set of beliefs or rituals. One of the key teachings of Osho was the importance of living in the present moment. He believed that people should let go of their attachment to the past or the future and focus on the here and now. According to Osho, living in the present moment is the key to happiness and fulfilment. Osho's teachings also emphasized the importance of individual freedom and responsibility. 

He believed that people should be free to make their own choices and take responsibility for their own lives. He encouraged his followers to live life with a sense of playfulness and joy, rather than being burdened by fear or guilt. However, Osho's teachings and lifestyle were controversial and often attracted criticism and controversy. He was known for his open criticism of traditional values and institutions, including religion, politics, and family. 

He also encouraged his followers to explore their sexuality and embrace their desires, which was seen as controversial in conservative societies. In the 1980s, Osho and his followers established a commune in Oregon, USA, which attracted media attention and controversy due to allegations of drug use, immigration fraud, and other illegal activities. Osho was arrested and deported from the USA in 1985, and the commune was later disbanded. 

 Despite the controversies surrounding his teachings and lifestyle, Osho's philosophy continues to inspire many people around the world. His books and teachings on meditation, personal growth, and spiritual enlightenment continue to be popular among those seeking to find inner peace and fulfilment. In conclusion, Osho was a spiritual teacher and philosopher who offered a unique perspective on meditation, personal growth, and spiritual enlightenment. 

His teachings emphasized the importance of living in the present moment, individual freedom and responsibility, and a sense of playfulness and joy in life. While his unconventional lifestyle and teachings attracted controversy, his philosophy continues to inspire many people to seek inner peace and enlightenment.
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