Meeting With the Masters

Osho on Sathya Sai Baba

Tweet It happens that when for the first time a meditator attains to some psychic energy, some psychic power, the tendency, a natural tendency, is to exhibit it. And if he exhibits, sooner or later he will lose the power. Then a great problem arises: he cannot do it now, but now he has respectability. […]


Mahatma Bhuri Bai

Bhuri Bai was born in a family of Woodworkers lived in Nathdwara a town of spirituality. She visited Saint Chatur Singh ji and Saint Ram Singh ji at Udaipur and Kelwa respectively very often. the Acharya Rajneesh (OSHO) also visited her and quoted “बाई ने बिना शास्त्र पढ़े ही सत्य को जान लिया है ” Bai has realized the Truth without reading the Shastras.

It is believed that after starting spiritual practice Mahatma Bhuri Bai was enlightened in the year of 1927 and she realized the true self. She became a great devotee many religious people from all religions came to visit her this included Sufi Saint “Chalfir Shah” of Chittaurgarh, “Diwan Shah” from Kapasan and Yogini “Nuri” Bai.


Guru literally means ‘the light’

The word ‘guru’ is untranslatable. Neither does the word ‘teacher’ nor the word ‘Master’ have that beauty. In fact, the phenomenon of the guru is so deeply Indian that no other language of any country is capable of translating it. It is something intrinsically Eastern. The word ‘guru’ is made of two words, ‘gu’ and ‘ru’. ‘Gu’ means darkness, ‘ru’ means one who dispels it. Guru literally means ‘the light’