Talk:Osho Timeline 1984

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Keep here at the top please:

if anyone is searching for the tape that Sheela destroyed - it was Dec 19, 1984. see also From Ignorance to Innocence ~ 20.

--Rudra 13:12, 23 February 2020 (UTC)

There are some missed dates of events with the presence of Osho:

--DhyanAntar 08:18, 20 December 2017 (UTC)

The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 2, # 13 probably has an incorrect date. The right one seems to be Dec 12, which is explicitly stated in the book The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 2 #13. The CD-ROM and also old audo tapes had that purportedly wrong date.

Dec 11 was Bhagwan's Birthday Celebration. There also are music albums of that celebration date Bhagwan's Birthday Satsang ~ Nothing is the Key to Everything.--DhyanAntar 09:42, 20 December 2017 (UTC)

(Hi Antar, I have changed some words of your above post, just for clarification and to make it a little bit less certain. But I mean to say the same as you :-) --Sugit (talk) 14:58, 20 December 2017 (UTC)

If no one mind i will add these dates to Timeline.--DhyanAntar 05:56, 5 January 2018 (UTC)

the celebration satsangs were held in the morning and the "darshans" at night. it should be noted that these "darshans" were indeed satsangs. i think we ought to reserve the term "darshan" for intimate conversations with Osho. --Rudra 04:06, 8 January 2018 (UTC)

I agree in principle. So for use in the timeline it would be Satsang. It can be confusing though for the (original!) names of the celebration tapes, which it would also be good to preserve. Look e.g. at Category:Albums and search for "darshan". There are a lot, even from 1976.

And there is the special case of Talk:Nothing to Lose but Your Head chapter 18: a darshan (from a Darshan Diary), with name-giving by Osho, but only silence... I would say keep that a Darshan.

yes, keep the name of the music albums as they are of course, but the event type will be "satsang". (and yes, the silent darshan really was a darshan.--Rudra 09:47, 8 January 2018 (UTC)