Edited by Liz Hodgkinson. Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data. Milne, Hugh. Bhagwan: the god that failed. 1. Raj neesh Bhagwan Shree, My thoughts on ‘Bhagwan: The God that failed’ by Hugh Milne. Wednesday, November 29, I read this book also recently and after ‘The Ultimate game’. An insider’s astonishing story of the rise and fall of the infamous guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his cult: a riveting odyssey of sex, greed.

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Jan 24, Allen added it. And there is plenty to be inspired. By Hugh Milne, Bhagwan’s former bodyguard, ” Della Scott rated it it was amazing Jun 18, I can see my dysfunctions now, heal them and become an independent seeker. Amsterdam, Netherlands “There is no way to happiness. Dec 03, Elaine Meszaros rated it really liked it. But despite Rajneesh’s deceptions, misleadings and misdirections, weird materialistic obsessions and just plain lies, Milne makes it clear he continues, even after being shunned, to love the Bhagwan, recognizing the presence of a personal, almost telepathic sensitivity in the man.

The author attributes Rajneesh’s ability to dominate to two factors: A sweet hug for you my friend, Thomas.

Bhagwan: The God That Failed by Hugh Milne

Susan rated bagwan liked it Jun 06, The end of both comes near the final days of The Big Muddy, a massive city in the works built in Oregon from the millions donated to Bhagwan. This is what I will write: Return to Book Page. The bottom line is what you might expect: Vidya Bolz rated it liked it Sep 09, This is neither a whitewash nor a hit job. Please provide an email address. The last book I read about Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh was written by someone who grew up with his mother following the guru.


A series of lectures in Milnr 1 ’78 printed in the book ‘Mustard seed” reveal a more sane aspect of Bhagwan on Jesus. By clicking on “Submit” you agree that you have read and agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. I go back and forth with my perspective on Bhagwan aka Osho. You see I am a total lover of Jesus Christ now more then ever, so I agree with you. Osho was a master orator, especially in his earlier days and he understood spirituality very well on rational level.

Milne leaves the group before the final tense collapse but keeps tabs on the major players as they flee the country pursued by law enforcement of all stripes. Want to Read saving…. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger.

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Without it, we become like post-Lenin Soviet Union. No part of the content or the blog may be reproduced without prior written permission. Oct 28, Daniel Rahman added it. Allan rated it it was amazing Apr 29, And before you convict Milne of being a weak, brainwashed sheep who couldn’t think for himself, remember this.

I am a free mountain spirit, hence the name mountain girl.

Mountain Girl: My thoughts on ‘Bhagwan: The God that failed’ by Hugh Milne

A fair and thqt history of Osho and his followers. Milne doe not speculate about this. I’m so very happy reading it and learning about my own tendency to get lost in a group or searching for the daddy to do it for me. May 10, Saahil Outsider rated it really liked it.

But that’s how life should be, perhaps, a mystery with no hard fast answers. To ask th readers questions about Bhagwanplease sign up.


Seizure Led to FloJo’s Death. Kcudysp rated it liked it Nov 20, I do not regret my years spent in the Rajneesh movement. The book captures the silly stuff that was going on there, but from the point of view of Hugh Milne, a relatively high ranking member of the ashram community.

An insider’s astonishing story of the rise and fall of the infamous guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his cult: May 28, Jerry Peace rated it really liked it.

NONFICTION : BHAGWAN: THE GOD THAT FAILED by Hugh Milne (St. Martin’s: $15.95; 320 pp.).

Happiness is the way. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The way I see the way of life. Milne pens an entertaining of life with the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, in India and, more familiar to us Americans, in rural eastern Oregon.

My spirit, my fire, my love and the freedom of being myself. I had come to terms inside myself for sitting all these hours from ’87 till he died and listen Osho spitting poison on one of the most incredible being that walk as a simple man on earth: The sun is resting behind the immensity of His presence, and silence is the sound of your heartbeat.

There the operation disintegrated under a constant barrage of Oregonian hostility to outsiders and the even more relentless Oregon weather. Then, as the number of followers grows, the mellow, happy rhat very mipne guru and his inner circle start taking the group into a very different direction.