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Please forward this error screen to sharedip-1071804020. Indian spiritual guru, philosopher and the leader of the Rajneesh movement. During his lifetime he was viewed as a controversial new religious movement leader and mystic. In 1970, Rajneesh spent time in Mumbai initiating followers known as „neo-sannyasins“. During this period he expanded his spiritual teachings and commented extensively in discourses on the writings of religious traditions, mystics, and philosophers from around the world.

In 1981, the Rajneesh movement’s efforts refocused on activities in the United States and Rajneesh relocated to a facility known as Rajneeshpuram in Wasco County, Oregon. After his deportation, 21 countries denied him entry. He ultimately returned to India and a revived Pune ashram, where he died in 1990. Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh state in India. In 1951, aged nineteen, Rajneesh began his studies at Hitkarini College in Jabalpur.

Asked to leave after conflicts with an instructor, he transferred to D. Jain College in 1955, he joined the University of Sagar, wherein 1957 he earned his M. In a 1968 lecture series, later published under the title From Sex to Superconsciousness, he scandalised Hindu leaders by calling for freer acceptance of sex and became known as the „sex guru“ in the Indian press. At a public meditation event in early 1970, Rajneesh presented his Dynamic Meditation method for the first time. He left Jabalpur for Mumbai at the end of June. He had by then acquired a secretary, Laxmi Thakarsi Kuruwa, who as his first disciple had taken the name Ma Yoga Laxmi. The humid climate of Mumbai proved detrimental to Rajneesh’s health: he developed diabetes, asthma and numerous allergies.

The Pune ashram was by all accounts an exciting and intense place to be, with an emotionally charged, madhouse-carnival atmosphere. To decide which therapies to participate in, visitors either consulted Rajneesh or selected according to their own preferences. Some of the early therapy groups in the ashram, such as the encounter group, were experimental, allowing a degree of physical aggression as well as sexual encounters between participants. Sannyasins who had „graduated“ from months of meditation and therapy could apply to work in the ashram, in an environment that was consciously modelled on the community the Russian mystic Gurdjieff led in France in the 1930s.