19 Burst results for "Osho"

Deanne Shinzan Larsen on the Dharma Combat

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Deanne Shinzan Larsen on the Dharma Combat

"Good morning. I'm deanne john on larson the head trainee for this spring training period. Thank you so much for joining us this morning. Attention toes on was ill among asked osho. You are sick is there. Someone not sick chosen answered. Yes there is the monk asked osho does the one who is not set. Look after you toes on replied. This'll monk is able to look after others. The monk asked osho how about when you look after others toes on said than the having of sickness is not seen this is case ninety four toes zones illness from the book of equanimity. In this main case we learned that the venerated toes on is ill very ill among cubs to visit him in his somewhat impertinent as he notes this monk sickness he does not ask if he can help but decides instead to test toes on with questions about sickness and not sickness in caretaking the toes on his. Ill is willing to engage with this monks questioning toes on states quite strongly that there is someone who is not sick and that he is very able to look after others and that when he does. The having of sickness is not seeing

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"osho" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"osho" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The bench appear Osho and Ben Shapiro. Okay, so you would not vote for a Democrat under any circumstance or some circumstance. I mean, I would take some circumstance, but the Democratic Party would have to stop being insane. Then Shapiro levelheaded Tuck for an unhinged world also present a face that doesn't look like people shouting down people like gas stations or entering restaurants and trying to throw them out Weekday afternoons from 2 to 5 on W L s am 8 90. We talk cars, trucks and SUV's on Dr Chicago. We took the Honda CR V for a test drive, which Dr Chicago general manager Mark Felix says is the standard for compact SUV's. In fact, it has been since Honda introduced the CRV really own this segment in a lot of ways, and it's because the CRV is kind of a jack of all trades. It does everything pretty good. We also spoke with researcher glad Mercer about what impact electric vehicles will have on car dealerships and the election. Go bridge across the country. You get places like California, which had brownouts this year, and a large amount of evey is hitting the grid. They're in a state that has been to put it mildly. We lucky to build new oil or death plants and have more more renewables. Well, you know, solar cells are great. They don't work at night. I think there could be regional imbalances that could be problematic. You can get Dr Chicago 8 to 9 Saturday morning and 67 Sunday evenings on WLS am a 90 wls am calm Central at WLS am calm featuring connected to Chicago exclusively from the Big 89. W L s Hmm. Douglass High is the ex deputy chief of staff to former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor wrote a great piece that I found at CNN dot com and we welcome into the big 89. As you wrote. We've saw what happened to Liz Cheney. Now the minority leader, Kevin McCarthy, is trying to keep his caucus focused. How successful is his effort as stained focused than thus far in your opinion, Douglas Well, it may be the hardest job in town right now, if you saw with the vote yesterday, 35.

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"osho" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"osho" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"You might meet someone but you still better than just sitting on your playing. You're right you're right about the coach. You write about the cultural thing. No because i think we need more of that. American style diagnosis just hanging gardens and drinks have dinner and not have any idea where it's going or any so of attachment to a second date or whatever comes next you know because we don't. We don't really do that. We just saw of staggered back to this. And the next thing in living together your retain you talk about not having data four years. But you know that whole thing. I haven't got drunk and go to someone's house but it's it is a very britain's very british thing and then sometimes i hook up so turn out to be something that could have been sort of ridiculous drunken hookup. So i don't know. I find it very interesting but i find interesting that you you must have made a choice to be single. Really be through those times. When you're saying was that true you haven't dated for four years or was that comedy now no longer than actually because i think got to ten years in the end right It was just the way when and it wasn't well i could say it's not for one trying but i was doing something so repel people but i'm just the way it went thinking the other day that a for me. I don't know if relationships fit. I genuinely have a conversation with yourself about stuff maybe out for that whatever is a me. I'm maybe i am genuinely knockout for relationships. Because they don't stick. I've done enough as well. It may be true. And the i think i think i was the same thing and i'm thinking like until i was ready to for shit when i met my wife but it but when i met my wife it was like it was suddenly quite different than the most serious relationships unhappy before it was it was. There was something that you know i wanted to like. might sign my stuff because my lifestyle especially when it's forty was like that probably my my sort of most..

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"osho" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"osho" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I think that's my sort of take from this. How year when everything is in twelve months is it sort of understanding the. There's bad stuff but it's taken the positives out of the negative situation to learn that lesson. I suppose is what you've been talking about all the way through about kind of your own personal journey. Yeah yeah totally because the even though this has been really a really challenging time there are some positives of come out of it like people we were talking before about you being able to have guests from different parts of the world. That might not have been something they would have been available to do. We wouldn't have thought to use technology in this way. So that's really good. And i am a weird little thing is i really love. Seeing people walking like just like families out will king is back to basics because life was surly hundred dollars an hour before so seeing people like there is literally nothing to do. We completed net flicks. You know what. I mean like the older reasons to dislike. Hang out with the stupid family and go for a nice walk. So that's really lovely to say over the enjoyed. That and i didn't myself. I try to do that every day. Just to be out in the fresh air and be amongst people whether it's true you know it's not having kids it's been it's been hard at times lucas more time and i'm schools and all that sort of stuff but it's been really terrific as well for for just spending more time together and the kids spending more time together and become becoming a more unit most the time signed but you know it's been. Yeah i mean that's a look at the positives and when you have something and obviously had to cope with really terrible things this year either being ill themselves or losing a family members. But it's but it's sort of again it's tobacco guess understanding how fragile. Everything is making the most of it while we've got as well you know..

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"osho" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"osho" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I have wondered about that. So that's definitely what i've seen. I was watching one the other day with jason manfredini. They do quite a lot of comedians in the show usually the the the detective is often been a comedian. Yeah so Yeah so that would be just really fancy going and say. I don't really want to do the filming. I fancy sick every watchers. I'd love to be sitting in that local bars by the drinks. So you just want to go to a quarter loop. Yeah i'm being paid. yes okay. That is a big difference. Yeah a try and work out if i'm the merger that they let you know before we don't want to expose. You weren't the murderer in europe. So i know it's i think it's been a year since that's gone out now. I wasn't a murderer but they made me look very suspicious thing. It's a dangerous island to go. There's always a murder. And i don't know why the murders always so inventive in their murders..

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"osho" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"osho" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"It now because there is. There's a lopsided element to one side. It's noticeably nothing there and then you turn around the other side. Is you know like normal at the moment and it. Maybe there's a variety actor you know those old acts that used to be so half man off one way then the other way and women and the other way and be a man. Maybe i can do one. You know term one way. I'm a five year old boy turn the other way. I'm a grown. grown men. just a statistical based project. I'm not sure whether that will work out or not. Accompany show whether it'd be allowed to do that. Seems distasteful sir. Look i have lost a balls. I am going go and i. I know every time. I say i tell someone this they say. Have you looked in the last place you saw it. And i'm like yes. Of course. I have that just trying to help. But it's annoying every single. I think you looked in your scrotum. As if i wouldn't have looked in my scrotum. I say i scranton was the first place i look for. It is not there. That's the way it was weird but people off and they invariably they say your mind. If i check i say look is definitely definitely. Check my scrotum you. Don't lose a ball and then not look for in your scrotum. You think i'm stupid. And they say just let me ever feel you might have missed it. I'm like oh all right all right. Go ahead but believe me. It's not there and they're like immediately. Oh look i found. It sometimes compare revised and i said no. You haven't that's the other one and they're all what you had to say of course and then they get angry with me that what you complain about. As i don't think i was complaining. It was just stating the fact that i must the ball but you still got one. Yes so you still got more than the average number of polls what you mean..

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"osho" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"osho" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Osho. Yeah, my dad. No, it is said. It's like it's mine. Because it's just too bad. Always good. Always. You brought a girl. You will be out of my head. Is she there Monday? She finds love first love that shit. Try it out Crazy. Thank you. Bad they see you shitting because of my thanks and love. That's a cat named Mo Show on one of 25, the bone wheel law video. Our listeners are.

Kisen Dharma Combat

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

07:53 min | 8 months ago

Kisen Dharma Combat

"Good morning thank you for joining us. Yesterday we completed the first part of shoe soho section in the in the buddha hall and the endo and today it will present the case and mytalk and then open it up for questions and answers so let's begin attention. Were you gate asked shweibi. What's the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west. Shweibi said going at the chin. Rest for me. Were you gave brought the chin. Rest four shweibi sri be then treated him to blow review gay remarked. Hit me if you wish but there is still no meaning in the ancestors coming from the west later. Were you asked i. What's the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west reside said. Go get the cushion for me. You gave brought the cushion to rent. Buy in rings. I treated him to a blow. Were you gave remarked. Hit me if you wish but there's still no meaning to the ancestors coming from the west later. Still when you gave was living in a temple among said osho. In former times you asked shweibi and ren's by about the meaning of the coming of the ancestor. Did they both clarify it or not. Regain replied they clarified it all right but there's still no meaning in the ancestors coming from the west. I appreciate this co on. I appreciate all the masters who have come before and those who will carry on the teachings sitting with his co on for almost three months was a rollercoaster ride. Everything is contained within it. So that when i looked into it or through it i see myself. All my attitudes and behaviors my delusional thinking my twisted karma. My determination revealed in one cohen. That's the power of this practice. Of course it comes across as tears in moods smiles and laughter self-doubt grandiose generosity kindness. It looks like everyday life. Cohen appears as everyday life. Because it is what else is there and it is magnificent and painful joyful. An undressed bubble so much to uncover and so much hiding in plain sight and i have been passed on it. This cohen is still very much a work in progress. For me like riga. I don't find answers very satisfying. It doesn't feel done. It feels like there is still something that needs clarifying. And that's okay. When i started this practice. I wanted answers. Concrete answers even if they were unsettling especially if they were unsettling. I wanted my rattled with new answers. Maybe just like you re you. Gay seems to be persistent in steadfast resolute. He is vexed by a question in seeks to answer those qualities span the centuries you lived in china from early nineteenth century to early tenth century. Apparently he left home when he was fourteen years old became a monk and then traveled a great deal. He studied with many different teachers shweibi. Ren's being two of them before eventually becoming a student of chosen ryoko founder of the soto school in china. In this cohen reggae asks shweibi what was then and still is basic zen question what is the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west the ancestor being bodey dharma. He introduced senator chan buddhism to china travelling west from india. So you gave poses this question to sweetie Be asks regain for the chin rest. This is a telltale sign that he's going to get hit with it.

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"osho" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"osho" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There is one fatality Osho will be investigating we also heard from mass dot that the workers were employed by department contractor and they were doing a bridge replacement project when they tumbled not clear why thanksgiving travel update for you over at Logan airport now reporting ninety four delays in to cancellations the majority of delay flights are jet blue call your airlines on the road the thirties or making a plea to drivers to make it a safe thanksgiving holiday tonight is called black out Wednesday when more people drink and drive and die then any other night of the year except new year's was your county DA Joe Earley says three motor vehicle crashes overnight claimed three lives to pedestrians killed in Worcester a motorist killed in Leicester stories this hour identified being the driver in one of those deadly crashes Ian McGrath of Worcester charge was speeding not wearing a seat belt and not stopping after a fatal crash world three on WBZ after the roads we go and hopefully a ride is a safe one certainly a long one for a lot of folks Mike Mike's here right now with the updated super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three C. L. Laurie we expected big delays of the mass turnpike this afternoon we certainly have them at stop and go for twelve and a half miles from Grafton L. passed to ninety in Auburn it's been like that for a while it'll stay like that for a while now behind this we've got typical rush hour delays from Newton corner out to the state police barracks in western over the upper stretch of route one twenty eight now is an offer insurance copter well it looks like things have been improving lately but we do have delays still here a one twenty north on the start around Windsor St Burlington your other breaks up in the wake field and there are some more slowdowns up around Salem street and Wallace street the Littlefield stretch I'm interested at the bot free insurance populates on ninety three north from the upper deck up through met for getting rid of a crash by route sixteen then more delays up towards one twenty eight route three slow going one twenty eight a pass route sixty two more delays up after four ninety five the expressway crawling out of the tunnel down past Columbia road in granted have to the Braintree split northbound seems to be fine down down the lower decks okay the Tobin L. pounds all backed up and duster drives just about back to mass half my king with WBZ's traffic on the three my Kristin thank you the rain has arrived right over the border of Massachusetts right now along a route nineteen Pitts field that area and we're seeing some rain if you're up in Vermont.

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"osho" Discussed on Bravely Mistaken

Bravely Mistaken

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"osho" Discussed on Bravely Mistaken

"Oh well they probably can go to my facebook account India Divall Board to my website which is right balance doth ye ooh Dot Edu Dot e U K for a European Union. Everybody so I will include those in the description if if anyone would like to get a hold of it anyway what is going on. What is that in your hand? You have there what. What have you been? It's al-shemaliya brand grand nine. When I get this Sonya sinicisation Sonya sound celebration? They one summer day in Italy when it got this name named India. And that's the one the one you got does the one. Thank God really. Wow okay fantastic okay. So she's still l. this whole time Osho in her hands or in the hands of Osho perhaps potato produce I went to different masters and now I have Other masterson my life core in the body inquire can go to and drink the wisdom from the sages this amazing sages uh-huh and economic the questions. Osha does not jealous about this. I don't think so no. I think he was actually mentioning. When I'm gone? Find somebody who can You know who can support for your questions. Russian people. Yeah absolutely wonderful I love it. You are beautiful. Look at her. She's beautiful folks. I promise you if you if you haven't even seeing this video of of wonderful India talking about this incredibly mysterious and enlightening man. You can check. Check it out on youtube channel bravely mistaken And all its forum India. I'm GONNA say goodbye. Thank you so much for joining us. It's been fantastic mastic and Hey maybe we can get on next time about your current master. We can get going with with that. Maybe not thank you very much. Okay thank you for being kind. Let us commit difficult questions. Thank God thank God you think this thank you you you're very kind Thank you very much all right. My dear all right India farewell. We'll see you again to care. Bye Bye bye bye. Bye Bye unbelievable angel my goodness God why goodness she's just such a sweet sweet person. What do you think man? I mean what it. What do you think's going on here with Give me your impressions. Oh show before and after tell talk to me here You know I kinda just have the same opinion as I did before. Okay and what's that it's a community you know it's just how you're choosing to perceive and go about life. I think really I think his message. is great. It works for me but at the end of the day you know they're still structure. You know there's still. Hey you have to do this. We have to do this because it's just a community of people and people are people and we're all going to need certain things were all going to have to do certain things to get by. You know we can't just all sit in the hills and meditate all day and then expecting succumb to us. There's some harsh realities in life that you have to. You have to endure and then you have to do But I I think it's it's positive You know I think it's great thing it's what about Osha the man before and after. Oh Man I don't know you know that that it's so hard that documented really does change you it is. It's I mean. He had a reputation before just the way he talks and just the way he the way he talks like this. You're here's a half into burris very naturally you know he talks very slow and then documentary came and it's just like shit you know I think in doing doing the people that follow Osho Justice. I think it's okay to say this. I think that no matter what opinion you have of him as a man right as a human being I think you cannot negate the positive things that he did say I you know I think no matter what it is if you think that he he was a very materialistic manipulative person. It's just like okay. Well you know that that's your opinion and I can't change it but you cannot not negate that the guy did definitely have some very positive and beautiful things to say and that he did help people you know. What do you think of the Rolls Royces? ROLLS-ROYCES I get it. You know I guess I think I understand a little bit that the more invoking reaction from people thing but I just want to know if I was part of that community if I said hey can I just take that baby out. You know for a Saturday night. Upbringing one of them one one one one for each foot roll rolls. Roller skated borrow the damn car. O Show if you would've let me do it. I think I would have been a little bit. Chillier role roles are skating. I'm not GonNa say the joke anymore. Okay well there's not much to say Yeah it got a little sticky there with the whole like oh by the way I was never imposing that you haven't been to. I'm saying one in general hasn't been through talk to me. Of course he did but no I mean that includes you but I know I know who the hell everyone gets into what works for you and what doesn't actually. We have very contentious views on that. What works for this person that I actually? I have a pretty universal thing about. Obviously you know this about me about what works for people. I think very few things work for everybody. I think meaning there are a few things that will work for everybody but yeah anyway that got a little sticky. That was a little fun unknown. That's that's that's typically a lot when you're doing these spiritual discussions like an Indian stuff like this. That happens a lot. You get really contentious with people about like about methods and things like this. It could get quite interesting seaport headley that's awesome. That's awesome thing you're supposed to. I think you're supposed to a question. You're supposed to challenge. If anything that I that I that I have grown a little bit more respect for after this is the fact that you know I felt felt. She was saying that you know she was saying it's not this. Restrictive thing this restrictive practice. You're supposed to question and I love that I don't really consider it a religion but if I'm comparing it it's one of the things that I love. It just doesn't feel restrictive. I can question. It's okay to question. It's okay catered debate. It's okay to argue. You know you just have to come come from a place of love and understanding and wanting to grow and and it's GonNa be great you know as long as you Joe Rogan. You can be Joe Rogan. I'll be Jordan Peterson. I agree with you completely. I agree with you completely Sherman. We've done it. We've done it. I think we did good. I think we did good. Okay Angel Thank you very much. How you doing these days you got anything going on in your life you want people to know about now man? I'm taking a break after after everything that's going on. I'm just trying to breathe a little bit. Red Dead Revolver to red dead redemption revolvers revolvers. A different Game Jordan. But they you know I realized that the thing that's the same about red dead revolver and red dead redemption. Is They have that thing thing thing that little cross off. Oh Yeah. That's from red dead revolver. I think gives a shit. We'll posse up. We'll get it done. I hope I hope to God. My fucking Mike has been too hot has been hot this whole time now i. I'm peaking like every word my mouth. How did I do? Did I see miserable this whole whole time. Did I do all right. No you seemed good. You seem good in the beginning. It was a little rough because I think you knew so much about the subject matter with the interview with the interview. Yeah I mean that's what I thought you were going to keep going. Don't feel the whole doug myself this whole back. Don't pull back okay. Oh you just I was like I. You've obviously talked to her before. You've obviously talked about this this subject matter before for. Oh yeah and I was just like. Don't don't don't be biased. Why is challenge is about what? Oh Yeah Right. Challenged her right right right. Yeah yeah well thank you. I appreciate that I appreciate you pulling me out of the asking these questions because I have been through this shit. You know not eight years once again but yeah I'm I'm your. I would call myself lame. But you're Lehman Man. I appreciate you pulling us back to the beginner's mind kind of about it because I can forget how familiar it is to me in not to someone else so I appreciate that buddy so you ain't got nothing going on Nothing you WANNA plug doesn't doesn't WANNA plug by by call of duty modern warfare..

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"osho" Discussed on Bravely Mistaken

Bravely Mistaken

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"osho" Discussed on Bravely Mistaken

"Yes yes but of course In so many people come to the Austrian covert abused and the CIA audible in many ways. You know sexually. Psychologically many horrible things and those people Are Actually they're much foster to open up and to to be vulnerable. Yeah but not only vulnerable but Those people are much more foster Determined to transform their lives. You know one hundred percent agree with because because that's that's how I've I've allowed myself to be okay with everything like anything that's negative. That's happened to me. I'm just not afraid to talk about it with anybody. If any if you ask me any question I'll answer it honestly like I'll always answer you honestly I'll be like yeah. This is what happened. This is high. Felt it sucked. But it's so therapeutic. It's the most therapeutic thing in the world is not. Allow yourself to hold any of that in to anyone. You know someone just ask you a question. I mean obviously within. There's there's always a within reason but for the most part if you're just having a genuine conversation and someone asks you something honestly answer them honestly honestly. Don't be afraid if you know this. This happened to me. This was a thing like and I got through it and here I am. I got a smile on my face cup of tea in my hand. I'm good but you know what I noticed by living and working in that place in or show but it's worth the the people depot who suffered most in hats such horrible circumstances in their life much more loving much more compassionate much more human much more spiritual so nothing nothing can break or heart really. Yes it is something you realize going through this. And it's a huge relief. Is everyone talks about yes. But I'm as I have a special condition I went through this and I have special suffering special problems but you realize that this Brahman Brahmin German central whatever MON source you the true I. It really isn't ultimately affected by by that stuff it's suggestive to it but it's not like I say stained you know. And that's a a lovely a lovely lovely lovely realization league's Asian but it doesn't come immediately to you know this is a bit Up there this realization relation Before you go to that You know when you when I when I came to -ocial resort I've went through many therapies apiece. So remember and clean. Don't stop and many many of us don't even remember what happened in our child what you know. So you uncover those ones and you killed them and and you heal them with meditation you know and then you you're you are not with broken heart your with broken open heart you know. It's very different convict some open. Yes you know something about this like I say having people close to you who are manipulative and even Osha was fooled. I would say that that really makes I find it endearing. That Osho was fooled by this person if that was the case because it really shows that the human I'm in it shows that nobody's infallible. No one is God. No one is absolutely frigging perfect and that he is human just as us and it's shows an innocence there as well to see that someone who's so close could be so manipulative. Septic you know to me I don't know I find it quite positive I find it a nice thing for some reason at humanizing right like it's worse for some reason. He allowed her to be there but I am not sure sure. He was aware because he was show for sometimes. He wasn't silenced and he was not really going out of his room. You don't so I'm not sure how much he knew about her manipulations. I don't think he I don't think he. Yeah Anyway so let me let me say this. I want to wrap up here but I wanNA give Osho the last word here I want to ask you. I'm sorry I had to move my phone silly not over here. Let me ask you this. What what is it about Osho? WHO's gained that? He's gained the following shoe dog. I mean I mean it's it's huge following. What makes him different from? Like lineages like large lineages from say like on the the hugging hugging saints or even Jesus Christ in Christianity. What what is really got that I think for you made it at the time or for now the really the thing that says okay I? This is who I'm GONNA listen to. This is what what is what is he got. What's his thing you know? What does he bring into us? You know he included everything. She didn't exclude anything. You know King. His teaching were including the Buddha and the Zorba so the celebration of L. Material Life Life enjoyment of life and meditation together so. He didn't exclude anything. He he was not telling you in order to be spiritual you have to give up this and they send that Yup and he was incredibly charismatic Martic in the very advanced I think and.

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"osho" Discussed on Bravely Mistaken

Bravely Mistaken

16:25 min | 1 year ago

"osho" Discussed on Bravely Mistaken

"Got a doozy remember the guru from the documentary on Netflix. Wild wild country tree where we have One of his son Johansson's who stayed at one of his temples not the one in Oregon but the one in India for eight years years Yeah there you have it so Once again we decided to put the entire episode on Youtube instead of just interview so we mentioned anything like weird confusing stuff about youtube. Don't be alarmed. You know we're still working at the Kingston the sound and everything like that So yeah thanks for hanging in there with us and we're just GONNA keep getting and better and better for you so enjoyed the episode. Hold on a second. There's a difference in the mentality of country people and city. Okay hold on hold. On Christian women came into his room and they were freaking out about all the witchcraft stuff. I used Swami leg magic. We don't know what you're talking talking about. Hey my anniversary is coming up. I WanNa make it really special words. How can a man save some money on Viagra? What would happen to you you? If you lived at a temple for eight years how would you change. And how would those change around you find out today on the bravely mistaken podcast. Hello everybody and welcome to the show. This is Jordan. O'Leary come that she again. We've got shots we've got lady on WHO Who's lived at a temple? An Osho temple actually Osho Temple Temple the the charismatic gentlemen from the film Documentary Wild Wild country. Eight part documentary series on Netflix. Netflix and Yes she lived at a temple in the main. The main temple not the one in Oregon the one in In India for eight years this woman eight years astounding standing again. I'm Jordan Leery. I am joined by another Angel Orlando fresh from a Halloween party last night angel. Welcome welcome welcome girl morning my friend. Thank you you good to be here. I don't know what's going on. Your your sound is actually kind of fucked up check-check onto can you give me check church a church now. You're doing good okay fuck it. Let's just go angel. How you doing buddy good man recovering from last night? But I'm hanging in there. Yeah Yeah Okay all right so you actually made it down there you actually. You're debating whether to go because you live how far how far was the actual. Oh he's in L. A.. How far was actual Uber? Or so.

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"osho" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

The EVRYMAN Podcast

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"osho" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

"And I'm like, okay, my friend like I wouldn't be posting it if I didn't like you can have whatever response you want. Sure. Like I'm not censoring your response to me. I'm not expecting that somehow. Like I find it hot so like, yeah, great, awesome. But there's these conflicts all the time about how we're supposed to be perceiving in shutting down our biology or like our basic re reflects instinct. So anyway, I tell people not to research me, but just because also I want personal relationships outside of my professional life. It's really important to me like I don't wanna be relating all the time about what. I do professionally course. But I feel like I really need to. I really have to do a live orientated and I talk a lot to that about to my adolescent clients because the girls are really like, I think I'm gonna break up with the sky because it's just like too much too fast. This guy's already talking about 'cause some of the boys like they're trying to be good, and so they're like talking to their girlfriends about marriage in high school. You know, because that's the only language they have to express how deeply they care. So they can't say, I care about you so much. I feel so connected to you. They're saying like, I wanna marry you and have kids with you. So then I tell my the girls. Okay, I do that translation for them and then they relaxed because I'm like, you know, he feels really strongly, and this is how he knows to say sweet. And then I say, okay, so in this particular one I'm thinking of was like, and I'm just going to go. I needed just meditate on emptiness like someone had given her looking Osho book. And so she's gonna break up with the guy who's like a super nice. Nice guy. We'll do whatever she wants at whatever pace she wants. He's like, we can just be friends, whatever, just into her break up with him and then go, meditate on emptiness. I had to talk to her about her trauma, which is like, look, this is challenging because you're, you're being asked to ride some middle ground here. Any boy is coming up on porn right now. So any guy that you're going to be with your going to have to be the educator because you're going to have to tell them, you know, this feels like you're performing something that's not just organically happening in the moment. I would like to do this. This feels like too much to me. So it's not being in the position of being the gatekeeper? No, no, no. But it is being in the position of the guide because their energy is is way there's this way too much charge coming out just dant for the person to modulate and you know you're sixteen or seventeen. She's just like, I'm just going to take the full on flight response and be done with this and like run way out there to meditate on emptiness. And I was like, you know, because this particular person didn't have a father. And I said, you have a real chance here to to create some circuitry about. The connection between sensuality and deep care, and it's really important to do that because if you don't do that, you're going to she has this crush on this older guy and it's like the forbidden person and he's not nice to her all the time. So she's getting the endorphin hit and then the sadness and that whole thing. And I'm like, you have this other person that's willing to be led. And I know it might feel like a pain in the ass that you're having to do it all. But I come up against that with women a lot and like they want their husband to read a book or go to the tonsure workshop in their partners just like, can you just do that and tell me and then I'll do whatever you wanna do like I'm totally open to it. And women are like, well, I don't wanna do that. And it's like, well, I understand..

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"osho" Discussed on From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"osho" Discussed on From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl

"Com slash girl. So I think when we we started traveling. I was so so so rooted. I keep kind of envisioning this this this little seedling like this little plant or a flower with a roots just kind of pulled out of the earth because that's how I felt when we started traveling, I really really felt that way. I was expecting a little bit to always soon as we get going, I'll ground somewhere else and I'll feel more calm and everything will be easy, but that feeling of peace. It never came. And there again, you know, is that clinging to peace or that like August, I kind of feel like the peace on the grounding. It's kind of slipping through my fingers, and I've been so attached to it because it's giving me so much over the past few months and instead of going with the flow and kind of, okay, we'll that was there. And now I'm here. Let's immersion this different type of energy of of traveling and exploring an adventuring and gogo. I just I really, I really had a hard time. I just couldn't do it. I was looking back for the piece that I left at home and like, oh, like how can I bring it back attaching to this to this other energy that just wasn't present anymore. And I think that's that's a big piece. I mean, it's big piece for me, but I think for a lot of us clinging to the way we think thinks that the way we think things should remain that things when we have something good that comes into our lives, it should be that way all the time, but life is this AB and flow. Right? It's a super high end super low, and then there's peace, and then there's chaos. Sometimes I'm a little blown away by the fact that I'm gonna be thirty this year and still I have, you know? So many lessons. Come in my way every damn date just I mean, it's a, it's a, it's a beautiful thing really, but there's some lessons I just have to learn and relearn again and again, and again, and all of this has sort of Coleman mated for me. Over this past past weekend in in a really amazing, wait, I can. I can in an absolutely I mean truly in in a truly amazing way. And here's sort of how how things got started for me and I'm going to, I'm going to share a little bit. I got so many questions about the dynamic meditation, and I know I've spoken about this before, but to sort of in passing. And we do them in our teacher trainings. And you know, I, I haven't had a single episode dedicated to nominate meditation, but I really wanted to talk a little bit more about it because it has been such a transformational tool for me and you know, you don't have to do exactly the same thing that I do, but there's a components of that that at least in my book is just a single most important thing for emotional mental and spiritual health. So that I make meditation and I love talking about this now because that announcement of Asian immigration created by Osho or or bog one. And there's a Netflix documentary of one of those series that flick flicks. A series at out right now called a wild wild country that's centered around Osho. So there's this kind of wave of attention going toward him and toward the son, your sins and toward this kind of following that he had in his principles and teachings, and also a lot of the drama and the crazy stuff that came attached to to him specifically now because normally and this is so interesting when I'm in Europe, I can talk about Osho left and right everybody, you know, people love him here. Really. He's super veered. He's very known. I mean, I feel like he's not like an obscure grew or anything like that. He's very known just tons of OSHA centers here really everywhere everywhere, and it doesn't mean the come attached with any sort of negative connection at all. But you go to states and you talk about Osho there. There is this for anybody who knows him before this documentary on Netflix, specifically, they would kind of respondents like like Osho like the crazy coke leader. And it's made me a little bit wary to to really get into to get into some of these meditations that I that I practice because they come along with this whole a lot of questions and maybe some drama, and I haven't felt like, you know, I'm not the right person to answer that, but I can share my own viewpoints and and specifically what for me has been really valuable when it comes to his teachings. So if you've never heard of him and you have no idea who this is room talking about, you can easily do a little like Google or pedia or whatever, but Osho he's an an Indian mystic or spiritual leader or grew or whatever you wanna wanna call. It has a ton tons and tons of books out that you can read, and he was born in the nineteen thirties and was sort of big in India. And then I think in the eighties sometime I don't know exactly what year decided to kind of bring his movement to the US started Ostro in Oregon. That just went where things went. Totally ballistic and a little bit crazy ended up returning to India where he later died, but it was this specific Ostrom in Oregon. That came attached with a lot of crazy stuff. And I've heard this through the year so much. I mean, anybody who's kind of into his teachings or does these types of groups organizations, you know, everyone is well aware where of the stuff, and you know, you have to kind of take the good with the bad a little bit and and read through the lines. I think some because if you don't have any attachment to the stories behind it or like Osho the man, and you would just read a book, you're going to have

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"osho" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"osho" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Credible to think of what those people pulled off eight created an airport they created a two story mall hospitals all kinds of jobs homes the dams everything i mean when she was talking i'm sorry because i didn't know was talking about shoes like we literally brought this land back to life she was like this while back i mean it was undeniable and that's the part as say that as much as i'm struggling i still see the beauty the beauty in what the intention was is just what humans are gonna human and whatever there's power wherever there's massive change like this something always gets fucked up because eagle always gets in the way it never fails because honestly that initial part of the commune was great fascinating like i was like the dishes that humans can do if they put their mind to it and then they have architects they had lawyers so they will cover it on all grounds all bases madonna up there at one point the hollywood scene yeses and she she eventually became the girl yeah like she was the wife of the guy that directed the godfather when the hollywood's came in and you know in that was a turning point because even sheila she was so fearful when the hollywood people who obviously are going to start being drawn to this new city that like what is this you guys created this from scratch and sheila was saying that she was fearful because she knew that if osho started seeing what hollywood brings in the form of material wealth like the cars the rose voices the rolexes trips drugs which is what hollywood represents she was like i knew he was gonna want it and that was a mind fuck in that moment when thing i will say about osho from his studies that are always was aware of and what actually drew me to him i have to be transparent is that he was nah.

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"osho" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"osho" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Scholarship that i do what i do and when i'm offering all of you in this very difficult time because frankly there are many prophecies that say that human race is the old humanity has my teacher osho used to say is trying to commit auto suicide notion was your india mystic wasn't yes i went and took son disciple hood from him in nineteen eighty and beginning to write about those experiences indeed with what's going on with net flicks and the wild wild country i was there i know those people personally and that's a whole other story to get into but what i've learned from that is that you what was needed now more than ever is an ability for people to step back from all the noise back from all the fears and simply via cool witness osho had a prediction in nineteen ninetythree that seems to be coming true he talked about how there was gonna be this time of great chaos even nuclear explosions would return as a threat and he said there's no there's no noah's ark for us to get on to get off he talked about the climate all of that way back then but there is an arc the noah's ark of consciousness and that arc is in seated in your heart it is you it is is just a divine spark that we've forgotten or we got ourselves loss in the identity of of a big time religions and making us worship the imaginary friends like god or this and that when in fact god is godliness already i contend we're not about belief we're about experimentation don't believe anything i've said only if you explore it and it resonates with you is it worth and then you don't need to believe because then you will know so my my invitation that i gave four years ago i'd like to give again if you resonate with what i'm saying i will freely offer you information and leads and you can explore these meditations that i've used since nineteen eighty and what you need to do is just go to hope prophecy.

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"osho" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"osho" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Osho crying tells me something about your relationship and that that's scaring that scare me so the two of you need to work on that i i'm gonna send you to marriage counseling i is what i'm gonna do and when you get back from that if you wanna go through financial peace university kelly kelly's going to pick up she'll get your contact information you can contact her at that point and then i will be happy to pay for you to go through financial peace university but i don't want you going to financial versity by yourself because you're gonna end up divorced in this guy if you do and that's i don't wanna 'cause that that's not that's not where i wanna go because you're going to start having real firm knowledge based opinions and and he's not gonna play that for that this has got he's got to be in on the idea that you guys have to have a unified front on where you're going with this it's the only way it's going to work for you so you need to sit down with your pastor and start working on some of these relationship issues where he's as a good husband he should be a whole lot more concerned about how scared you are the niyaz and willing to do something about it if there was something i could do for sharon and she was the scared hundred percent of time i'm going to do it and and you know you truthful you've got a right to be afraid because this is a pretty sizable mess and doing nothing about it is not going to bring you to a good place so i'm so sorry you're facing this but hold on kelly pickup she'll take your information than if you guys come back from marriage counseling and you wanna go to fpu we will pay for it i do not want you going by yourself though that would be unhealthy thing for you guys right now hope that helps you and he's not on board with the dave stuff i heard that part loud and clear so that's fine that's fine it doesn't bother me but it's just where you guys are.

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"osho" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"osho" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Venture pierre osho who died in may jimmy kimmel the moral arbiter because that went viral jimmy kimmel responded to me directly on one of the sunday shows i'm not saying jimmy kimmel appointed himself moral arbiter if that he sort of did on his show mcelhinny appointed immoral arbor he happy to accept that and happy to revel in it until the point where i call them out to which point he immediately address if you kimmel he will really wants to debate these issues and have an honest conversation about them i am more than happy come on his show unhappy have monica ben shapiro show on apple podcast and goo goo play westwood one presents the michael mols sure we will have this idea of operations were high worth individuals are going in their back jordan burying money it's in the economy it's creating capital in its spurring growth don't ask the left to give you too me points on economics all they do is they buy that pickety book you a new communist manifesto capital and they don't read it as put it on their of shelton virtue signal the michael mols show at apple podcast goo goo play jason stapleton show the media is very quick to come out and make really inaccurate judgments about what they see with little to no information because it is in their best interest to try and keep you tuned in that means speculation most of the time they've all kinds of people coming out of the woodwork every time there's a new announcement to every time that they have airtime they've got a phil what they do is they fill it with experts all these panelists the come on in most of the time they're just making stuff up the jason stapleton show at atl podcasts and goo play okay forced animals kids are coming the forest and it's up to us to make their visit a good one sparrow have you practice the most popular bird songs for the year catchy i like it river how's the temperature were refreshing fifty two degrees man i love it turtle is not here yet mayor he's late every morning okay squirrel.

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"osho" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"osho" Discussed on WCTC

"Without any real push back because if you marginalize the leadership of the republican party in all day may vote somebody else sin but if the president has decided i can go as far left is i want and pass legislation and spend money speak osho's truck drivers appreciation every day of the year sign up for speak go rewards on your next visit the start earning ten points for every dollar you spend on.

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