Episode 2 - Groomed To Rule The Empire

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Episode 2 - Groomed To Rule The Empire

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Today our guest is Rashid Maxwell and we are going to talk about Osho, Meditation, Art and Creativity.

Rashid comes from a very privileged background and was "groomed to rule the empire", but decided to break those ties to pursue his aspirations and become an artist. After attending a boarding school and Oxford University, Rashid dropped everything to live in a Welsh farm before coming across Osho. Rashid lived and worked in the Osho communes in India and USA where he enjoyed gardening and a life of meditation with a living Master.

Today Rashid is an all-around artist, painter, poet, writer, author of 2 books 3 volumes of poetry and a bee keeper.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

Rashid’s privileged background and upper class upbringing

Rashid's journey from a Welsh farm to India

How Rashid arrived to Osho

Rashid's first "encounter" with Oshos' ashram in Pune

Rashid's secrets of his abundant source of creativity, energy and youthfulness

How to be energetic and creative at 80

Rashid's favourite form of artistic expression

Rashid talks about his latest book: "The only life"

Unknown fact about Laxmi: Osho's first disciple and personal secretary

How Osho contributed to the development of human consciousness

Rashid's next project

Rashid's morning routine

Rashid's favourite meditation

Rashid and Osho today

Resources:

Interview transcript

Rashid’s website

Rashid on Amazon

Love Osho Youtube channel

Love Osho Free Guide - How to meditate if you can't sit quietly

Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram

Music and Voice by Chinmaya Dunster

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Today our guest is Rashid Maxwell and we are going to talk about Osho, Meditation, Art and Creativity.

Rashid comes from a very privileged background and was "groomed to rule the empire", but decided to break those ties to pursue his aspirations and become an artist. After attending a boarding school and Oxford University, Rashid dropped everything to live in a Welsh farm before coming across Osho. Rashid lived and worked in the Osho communes in India and USA where he enjoyed gardening and a life of meditation with a living Master.

Today Rashid is an all-around artist, painter, poet, writer, author of 2 books 3 volumes of poetry and a bee keeper.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

Rashid’s privileged background and upper class upbringing

Rashid's journey from a Welsh farm to India

How Rashid arrived to Osho

Rashid's first "encounter" with Oshos' ashram in Pune

Rashid's secrets of his abundant source of creativity, energy and youthfulness

How to be energetic and creative at 80

Rashid's favourite form of artistic expression

Rashid talks about his latest book: "The only life"

Unknown fact about Laxmi: Osho's first disciple and personal secretary

How Osho contributed to the development of human consciousness

Rashid's next project

Rashid's morning routine

Rashid's favourite meditation

Rashid and Osho today

Resources:

Interview transcript

Rashid’s website

Rashid on Amazon

Love Osho Youtube channel

Love Osho Free Guide - How to meditate if you can't sit quietly

Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram

Music and Voice by Chinmaya Dunster

*** REVIEW! ***

If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps other people benefit from the content. Thank you so much!

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