Category Archives: 2011-2012
On 24th December, 2011 Swami Arun conducted a one day Osho Meditation at the NSW Consulate General’s Hall in North Sydney, which brought 70 people together to share Osho’s love and energy. Some of the participants were the Nepalese Consulate General of NSW, leaders of the Nepalese community and media personnel.
Flying north to the Gold Coast, Swami Arun conducted a meditation camp in Byron Bay from 27th – 31st December, 2011.The beauty of the lush green rolling hills and white sandy beaches was a perfect setting for our camp which was held in Coorabell Hall, high on a ridgeline overlooking the whole of Byron Bay. Thirty people attended over the five days and through the meditations and stories of Osho we were transported deeper and deeper into our hearts, higher and higher into bliss. Ma Savitri shared that she had always felt that she had missed out on the energy darshans of Puna One. Now with the arrival of Swami Arun at this camp, she was ecstatically experiencing Osho’s omnipresent energy and love.
On 1st January 2012, Swami Arun also conducted the mystical prayer meditation and shared his early stories of Osho at Mevlana Hall at Tyagarah. His final day on 2nd January, at Osho Gondwana Community, was a beautiful sharing of early days with Osho and Ma Laxmi, with an inspiring talk on the different stages of being a disciple. The first being on the periphery, the second following the path of devotion and the third stage being in such total surrender with the master that the disciple becomes one with the master. It was specially moving when Swami Arun played some of Osho’s quotes where he says that after leaving the body he is even more available to his disciples.
So far on this part of his journey Swami Arun has initiated four new centres in Australia:- Osho Deeksha at Mt. Tamborine, Osho Anugraha in Brisbane , Osho Astha in Sydney.and Osho Amreeta in Byron Bay Twenty four people have been initiated with malas into sannyas. The next stage of his journey takes him to Gold Coast, Brisbane and Melbourne. We are grateful to him for lighting the fire in our hearts again and look forward to his return to our shores in the coming year.
Ma Veet Diti