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Sheela (Wild Wild Country): “Now, I request all of you, good people: leave me alone”
BOOK REVIEW: "Don't Kill Him! The Story of my life With Bhagwan Rajneesh" by Ma Anand Sheela
Post a Comment I appreciate your visit and it will be a great pleasure to know what you think of this post Om Namah Shivaya. My works I'll be grateful if you Though disturbed and dis-oriented, Ma Anand Sheela, had enough of love left for OSHO, to still call him as Bhagwan, but I would have believed her love more, if she could have talked more about the love she felt for him, instead of just throwing a statement.
I admit that I found Ma Anand Sheela a compelling person, and blindly devoted to the Bhagwan, a rather brittle and amoral character who espoused free love and few rules, other than the ones he imposed to protect himself and his fiercely loyal inner circle. But the materialistic and deeply jealous Bhagwan was exceedingly angry when Sheela left him to fend for himself after the bioterror attack story surfaced, along with reported threats against elected officials. Sheela, after all, had not made her feelings hidden regarding local officials in Oregon and the folks in the nearby town who, after time passed, grew to hate the Rajneeshees and their bizarre lifestyle and unquestioning loyalty to the Bhagwan. She was a very divisive figure in the Wild, Wild Country documentary, and she does little to downplay it in her autobiography. She was from a small town in Gujarat, India in the early 's when her father introduced her to Bhagwan. From the moment she laid eyes on him she was deeply in love with this person and decided then and there to follow him, just as many others did as well.
Through all this, she claims, she never stopped loving Osho and never stopped following his teachings.
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