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Mantra And The Monkeys - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Mantra And The Monkeys

I have always told an ancient Tibetan story…. A young man was very much interested in the esoteric, in the mysterious. He found a saint...
Miracle Of Trust - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Miracle Of Trust

In Tibet, there is a beautiful story about Marpa. It may not be factual, but it is tremendously significant. I don’t care much about facts....
Conditions For Initiation - Buddhist Zen Story By Osho

Conditions For Initiation

I have heard a very old Tibetan story: There was a great sage who would not initiate anybody, who would not make anybody a disciple....
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“Raise Your Vibration” – Free PDF Report from Kevin Schoeninger

Guest article and ebook by Kevin Schoeninger from EnergyMeditationSecret.com (Right-Click to Download Your Ebook) The research is pouring in on the profound benefits of...
Poor Celain – Spiritual Story By Keith Beasley

Poor Celain

Tibeta was, as usual, doing her best to keep a low profile. With her head down she sat behind the counter of her aunt's china shop. Surreptitiously she was reading her favourite ancient parables, but carefully enclosed in one of her aunt's books on business etiquette. She knew that if Celain caught her reading this forbidden material she'd...
Love In Action – Spiritual Story By Ma Prem Pushpa

Love In Action

Once upon a time there lived a man in England. Matisse was his name. Creation was his greatest passion. Art, music, poetry — each realm was a way for him to express a light-blue energy of universe coming through him to awaken higher levels of consciousness in people. Yoga was his foundation; he went there as deep as he only could and the mystical experiences it provided were integral part of his life...
Returning Home – Spiritual Story By Keith Beasley

Returning Home

The year was 2012... a period long predicted as a time of significant and positive change. The Mayans, many centuries before for example, in their much respected South American civilisation, had known that 2012 (in our western calendar) would correspond to the end of a long painful period of change. In 2012 a new world order would finally be in place, they said. The aging man smiled peacefully, from deep within, as he took his seat on the rostrum. For the sake of tradition...