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Amrit Sadhana

Amrit Sadhana
Amrit Sadhana, a long time Osho meditator, is editor Osho Times International. A member of the management team, she also writes for various magazines propagating the Osho vision, and conducts workshops and self-development courses. She lives in the Osho International Meditation Resort, Pune.

Love sets you free

Love is not something that makes you fall. True love sets you free and helps you rise above all things

Music within

Soak in the musical sounds of water, wind and birds. Connect with the music inside to find peace and true wellness

Diffuse the emotional bomb

The solution to terror lies in the mind. Osho's Dynamic Meditation weeds out violence from the unconscious and brings lasting calm

Is sex for procreation or recreation?

Since time immemorial, sex has been seen as an act for reproduction, thanks to religious and social priests. Sex is a natural instinct, which needs to be enjoyed, may be tough to digest but it is a fact

Search for Wellness

Wellness is about positivity, proactivity rather than just absence of illness

Meditation techniques for the busy

Here are some simple practical techniques to get meditation into your schedule rather than schedule for it separately.

Be Flexible, Avoid Conflict

When you are open and flexible, you discover unforeseen avenues to avoid conflict

The Tantra Approach to Eternal Satisfaction

You don't have to own a Mercedes, or win the Nobel Prize, to feel satisfied

Caress and Express

When you touch your partner tenderly, you create an electric circle of energy and merge in intimate embrace

The most effective remedy for addictions

Addictions have more to do with sensations in the brain just as much as our desire to be aloof


Until the pandemic is declared to be over always:

  • Wear a proper face mask when stepping out
  • Maintain a distance of six feet
  • Wash your hands with soap and water frequently; Use a hand-sanitiser when outdoors

Follow the above protocol even if you are vaccinated.

If you have COVID-19 or suspect that you do, but have mild symptoms, including mild fever, tiredness, dry cough or sore throat, you should self-quarantine right away.