Baul Mystics – An Insight

“The Baul is a seeker of their true being, through the path of love. Through sadhana the Bauls transform worldly love into divine love, individual love into Universal love, and conditional love to unconditional love. Baul means an eccentric who has conquered all external sense perceptions. He is totally absorbed in Divine love.”

The word ‘Baul’ originates from the word ‘Batul’ in Sanskrit.‘Baul’ in Bengali essentially means an eccentric who has conquered all external sense perceptions. He is totally absorbed in divine love.

Sarita’s Blog – Tantra: Transformation of Poison into Nectar

A heavy and dramatic situation at the age of 14 opened into a mysterious and miraculous space of benediction. In searching for the answer as to what happened, I found myself drawn to meditation as a spiritual path, and to Tantra, where I found the answer. In finding this answer, I simultaneously found the answer and the healing for all the misalignments that plague our world.

Osho Quote: On Poetry

Osho talks on poetry. As an example he takes a haiku by Basho and a poem by Tennyson.

Just the other night I was reading the famous haiku of Basho, the Zen mystic and master. It does not look like great poetry to the Western mind or to the mind which has been educated in a Western way. And now the whole world is being educated in the Western way; East and West have disappeared as far as education is concerned. Listen to it very silently, because it is not what you call great poetry but it is great insight – which is far more important. It has tremendous poetry, but to feel that poetry you have to be very subtle. Intellectually, it cannot be understood; it can be understood only intuitively.

Meditation of the month : Atisha’s Heart Meditation

This meditation reveals the path to inner mastery and compassionate enlightenment through the heart principle. It is the quintessential Tantra Meditation as it works on transforming ‘poison’ into ‘nectar’.

A Delectable Surprise! – Interview with Ashwin and Aashima

I was surprised and delighted to see my friends Ashwin, owner /director of Zorba the Buddha in Delhi, together with his Beloved Aashima appear as if by magic at the Angsbacka Sweden Tantra Festival. They didn’t tell me they were coming so as to give me a good surprise! We were hanging out with James from Scotland, on the beautiful lawn, having a leisurely dinner, when Ashwin began telling us about his fascinating encounter with a Baul Mystic who specializes in Tantric Sexuality.

Anahata’s Divine Vegan Kamut Paratha

During Sarita’s first visit to my home in Cologne, Germany we visited few local health stores. There she introduced me to an ancient grain KAMUT®. It is a long grain with a brown cover. It has a sort of nutty flavor and is closely related to wheat. KAMUT® is supposed to be originally from Egypt. You can buy either Kamut flour or grain from your local health store or order online.

Ask Sarita : Does Physical illness have spiritual reasons?

Dear Sarita.

Is it true that all physical illnesses have spiritual reasons? For instance one gets sick and dies in a very bad condition and suffers from disease and struggling with life miseries for ages until death but another one has a very silent and wealthy life and dies in good physical condition and health.

Do all these happen due to their personal acts and behaviors in life? Are all these, consequences of their own crowded minds and busy and conflicting thoughts and behaviors? Can we say “for example” they are in bad situation because they were bad people, And these are all reactions of their prior actions?

A poem by Madhuri

The Wind and the Wizard

Long ago there was a wizard
Who tried to calm a wild blizzard.
He spun and yelled and hopped a lot
But none of that could help a jot –
The snow it whirled and wailed like doom
Around that little humble room.

Inspirational Film – Dangerous Beauty

This film is a triumph. Through the experience of a high class and highly respected courtesan, it exposes many interesting elements of life in Venice during the turbulent time of the Inquisition. Through this film we can sense a society which openly displayed a propensity for a veritable feast of sensual love, through the poetry of its language, fashion, arts, and including the art of sexual love. It brings into question whether the act of marriage holds any validity beyond the convenience of security and the paternal lineage. And it exalts true love with the overall feel good message, “love conquers all obstacles”

Visible Soul, Invisible Body – Roxana

Today, I woke up at 6am and read the following words of Osho.

“The body is the visible soul and the soul is the invisible body”.
“A totally new kind of education is needed in the world where fundamentally everybody is introduced into the silences of the heart – in other words, into meditation – and where everybody has to be prepared to be compassionate to his or her own body”.
I was captivated by the mood of beauty and the appreciation of mystery in his words. Once again my chosen path was affirmed.

Dhyandeepa – A journey of reclaiming my orgasmic potential

For decades I had been a slave to sexual fantasies in my mind. This was the result of the way I learned to masturbate, my initiation into sexuality, the porn movies I had watched as a teen-ager, and the shame I felt around my sexuality which led me to repress my true desires and expression. Of course, these were almost 100% directly linked to my ability to have an orgasm. This is the story of my journey to reclaim my orgasmic potential.

Creativity: The sky is a suspended blue ocean

A poem by Hafiz from the book ‘The Subject Tonight Is Love’, translated by Daniel Ladinsky.

Meditation: Feel the Presence of the Other

Osho talks to a disciple in a personal interview on how to feel the presence of the other and expand consciousness. “Holding the hand of your woman or man, why not sit silently? Why not close your eyes and feel?”

Recipe: Middle Eastern Style Feast

Hummus, salad and pita bread make a wonderful summer feast, good for families, parties, or a delicious dinner for two. Of course, for best flavour and nutritional value, all ingredients should ideally be organic.

Ask Sarita: Awakened Kundalini


If one partner has their Kundalini awakened, does it matter if the other person in the couple does not have their Kundalini awakened?

Review: Three Miles North of Molkom

Sarita reviews the famous film about life at Ängsbacka, the place in Sweden where Sarita teaches each summer at their Tantra Festival.

Living Tantra: Sarita’s Blog

Sarita has been, and is still, travelling the world from one Tantra Festival to the other. Soon she will be living in two Tantra eco villages and, in this article, she expresses her enthusiasm in seeing that Tantra is indeed spreading to all corners of the world.

Osho: One seed can make a whole earth green

One seed can make a whole earth green.

One small sparkle of energy in you can fill the whole earth with dance, song, music.

Little Ernie

Little Ernie goes up to his father after school one day. “Dad,” says Ernie, “the teacher started talking about economics today and I don’t understand a thing.”

Meditation Unveiled: Sarita’s Blog

During my travels around the world teaching Tantra I am often asked questions about meditation. Many people still carry an outdated idea that sexuality and spirituality are separate from each other