казват, че човек трябва да внимава много повече, когато си избира духовен учител, отколкото когато си избира жена,,,,,,,, за да не се bad tripне лошо на ниско ниво
Rajneesh (Оsho) began speaking in public in 1958, while still a lecturer (later professor) in philosophy at Jabalpur University, and lectured throughout India during the 1960s promoting meditation and the ideals of free love, a social movement based on a civil libertarian philosophy that rejects state regulation and religious interference in personal relationships, rejecting marriage as a form of social bondage, especially for women. He criticised socialism and Gandhi and championed capitalism, science, technology and birth control,, warning against over-population and criticising religious teachings that promote poverty and subjection. His ideas were highly controversial in India and the movement later also caused controversy in Western Europe and the United States.
Marriage and the family
In 1984, the average age of members in the Rajneesh movement was 34, and 64 percent of the followers had a four-year college degree. Although the movement was without clearly-defined shared values it was well-known that Rajneesh discouraged marrying and having children and saw families as inherently prone to dysfunction and destructiveness. No children were born at the commune in Oregon or the commune in England  and contraception, sterilization, and abortion were accepted. According to Pike, some women justified leaving their children when moving to the ashram by reasoning that spiritual development was more important.
не зная колко е вярно това но така пише тук...... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osho_(Bhag ... e_Rajneesh