July/August, 2018

Contributors This Issue

Back to the Library

Other Links

Special thanks to Dan Dhruva Baumbach and Jasmin Lace for their exquisite images that grace much of this site.

“You don’t have to work on yourself to be free.”

That is the shocking (and to some, possibly heretical) basis of this month’s inquiry. You don’t have to go digging through the garbage dump, or the graveyard as Papaji liked to call it. You don’t have to fix your stuff. Gangaji is telling us we can take the spiritual bypass and go immediately home. Home is what is always here.

Download audios for this month’s new titles in the library:

Oasis Magazine is dedicated to the expression and the exploration of what it is to live a “poetic life,” a life lived immediately and directly, in which the adventure of living is not mediated by stories we tell ourselves, and the outpouring of love is natural. When we share our experience of this awakened life — in poetry, in art, in music, or in simply reporting on our lives — it transmits the possibility of that same grace opening within the heart of another. Your submissions to Oasis Magazine are welcome and appreciated! Click here to read submission guidelines.

Notes from the Oasis Curator

Catch up on the latest new videos added to the library and read recommendations from the Oasis Curator, Juan Carlos Castro. Read More…