Here Osho speaks beautifully on Tantra’s emphasis on and trust in the wisdom of the body and the senses, and how to lose touch with our body is to lose touch with reality and our connection to life.
Deepa shares her journey into appreciating the necessity of beauty and living in pleasure for fulfilment as a woman, through assisting on the Empowered Woman group on Inner and Outer Beauty in Latvia last month.
Some members of Sarita’s business team share their experience of running a holistic business and how it is to work with others doing the same, plus a quote from Osho about living in the world.
Osho indicates laughter and non-seriousness as a key to creating paradise on earth. Read more on his vision here and a wealth of quotes from mystics, thinkers and authors throughout the ages who have known the power of laughter.
Here we share some of the greatest examples of forgiveness, love and humanity of our times and inspiring words from teachers – from Nelson Mandela to the Dalai Lama, Aboriginal leaders to Dr Hew Len.
Feast your ears on these marvellous musicians who know Sarita. There’s contributions from the divine voices of Ravi and Sudha, Japanese master Kohrogi San, the freedom loving Satyaa and Pari and the ever-inspirational Praful and Peru.
Koko Newport is priestess at the Goddess Temple in Glastonbury. Here she talks about how she got involved and how the Goddess movement is expanding.
Tantrikas Julia and Tara share their experience of this year’s Glastonbury Goddess Conference, healing wounds of The Mother and calling back the energy of the Goddess to the land and people of the UK.
Growing up in a repressive culture and being full of fire meant a deep journey into embracing passion for Tantra teacher Shashi Solluna. Here she shares her experiences and some great tips for growing your inner fire.
Niten shares his journey into Tantra, from a slow approach to life, to the Indian marketplace to learning from and now teaching with, Sarita.