Shobha Cameron


Website of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (Osho) 

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Latest Message Received : AUGUST 2022


My beloveds


There are so many things I would like to share with you.

It is a testing time for those on earth. Just when it looks as if things are on the mend, there is another extreme event; the fires, floods, widespread famine, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, the pandemics, worldwide inflation and even war.

Each one of you must find a way to deal with this situation - spiritually, emotionally and physically in some cases, where you or those you love, are at risk or in danger.

At the same time, beautiful things are happening.

Singer Judith Durham (from the Australian group the Seekers, and much-loved around the world), slipped sideways this week at the age of eighty years, and there has been an outpouring of love for her, because so many of her songs were spiritual in their intent and nature. She touched the hearts of so many. Shobha has found some of her friends crying when her songs are sung and has been brought to tears herself in recent days, as she sang all her songs for decades. 

It is a good sign - that we can be moved emotionally by music.

Music is one of the most important ways to understand, experience and become divine. if you are a musician of any kind; if you sing, play an instrument or dance, you are coming close. It is been one of my favourite sayings – Dance your way to god. Music evokes an instant response of many kinds. You do not think about it. It just happens on its own accord. You can be overwhelmed and uplifted to a new level, and you can’t even explain why.

So if you are a musician a singer or a dancer, know that you are on the way towards understanding the nature of the universe. Because the universe is all about creativity. At the moment, what is happening on earth is not always creative, so you will have to re-create your environment for the well-being of yourself and others. It is an immense task.

This is a time to be open to others, and if the opportunity arises, to express some kindness towards them - if the situation arises. There was a saying coined in the eighties in California, which has been popular ever since. Practice random acts of kindness and senseless beauty. But I say – don’t practice – let these become your very being.

My blessings – Bhagwan


The writings of Shobha Cameron
in both prose and poetry
embrace the eastern tradition of devotional love (bhakti)
which is the foundation of her spiritual understanding

Since the seventies as an anthropologist
she has researched the influence of eastern mysticism 
in western countries

Her own life has been an example
of the joys and challenges of the mystical path
and more recently has centred around
recording communications with her soulmate
both while he was on earth (Kissing the Joy as it Flies)
and after he left his body
and entered the spiritual realm (You belong to the Stars)


PUBLICATIONS - Shobha Cameron
contact for copies

devotional poetry,  Bhakti Press, 2012

in response to Rudyard Kipling, Bhakti Press, 2012

an account of Shobha's spiritual experience 
while living for five years in the Indian ashram
of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh a.k.a. Osho
Bhakti Press, 2012 


Letters to the Beloved
Douglas Payne - Shobha Cameron

see Publications - Extracts (on this site)
published January 2022 Amazon Books
full colour - also on Book Depository



Published 19 January 2022
available from Amazon Books
and Book Depository


 see Publications - Extracts (on this site)

sequel to 'Kissing the Joy as it Flies'
based upon letters and direct communication
between those who have 'slipped sideways'
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (Osho) and Douglas Payne
and those on earth (Shobha Cameron and Peta Anderson)

Shobha Cameron,
Douglas Payne, Peta Anderson

Foreword : Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh 2022  (Osho)
on website






August 2022