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Osho Rajneesh

"Liberation cannot be desired because desire is the bondage. When you are desireless, you are liberated."

~ Osho

Osho was one of the most well-known spiritual teachers of the 20th century. His teachings introduced many westerners to Eastern spiritual practice and the path to enlightenment, leaving a lasting impact on the world that is still felt today. Over 650 books are credited to Osho, available in more than 60 languages from over 200 publishing houses. His teachings emphasised meditation, love, courage, creativity, humour and the celebration of life in the quest for super consciousness or enlightenment. View more

Ramana Maharshi

"The question ‘Who am I?’ is not really meant to get an answer, the question ‘Who am I?’ is meant to dissolve the questioner."

~ Ramana Maharshi

Ramana Maharshi was a guru of international renown from southern India who taught during the first half of the twentieth century. As a youth, Ramana was largely disinterested in school and absent-minded during work. He had a marked inclination towards introspection and self-analysis. He used to ask fundamental questions about identity, such as the question “Who am I?”. He was always seeking to find the answer to the mystery of his own true identity. View more

Papaji

"Whatever comes, let it come. Whatever stays, let it stay. Whatever goes, let it go."

~ Papaji

Papaji’s Life

Sri H.W.L. Poonja, lovingly referred to as Papaji, was one of the most well-known Indian gurus of the twentieth century. He had his first direct experience of the Self at the age of nine. He met his Master, Sri Ramana Maharshi, in 1944. Shortly afterwards he realized the Self in the presence of his Master. Being a householder, he continued to work and support the many members of his extended family until his retirement in 1966. View more

Gautama Buddha

"If you truly loved yourself, you could never hurt another."

~ Buddha

Gautama Buddha’s Life

Siddhartha Gautama, who would one day become known as Gautama Buddha or Buddha (“enlightened one” or “awake one”), lived in Northern India during the 6th to 4th century B.C.

The Buddha Emerges

Siddhartha sat under a Bodhi tree, vowing to not get up until the truths he sought came to him, and he meditated until the sun came up the next day. View more