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He was born in Central India to Jain parents, but became a freethinker. In 1966, Jabalpur University insisted that he resign from his academic position after a controversial lecture tour; he was advocating an open acceptance of sexual activity against conventions.
Meanwhile, his academic life was attended by what he later described as a nervous breakdown, and paradoxically, by a purported “enlightenment” dating to 1953.
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (1931-90) started life as Chandra Mohan Jain, and gained the nickname of Rajneesh. Subsequently he became a professor of philosophy, and lectured for nearly a decade at Raipur and Jabalpur.
The young Indian woman Kranti lost out in these activities to the more desirable British partner Christine Wolff, alias Ma Yoga Vivek.
According to ex-devotee Christopher Calder, Rajneesh “had sex with hundreds of young women half his age,” meaning his meditation converts.
He gave his first address to a Western audience in 1969.
In 1970, he settled at Bombay (Mumbai), where he gave regular public lectures to large mixed audiences. Rajneesh liked to engage in pronounced criticism of orthodox religion, but not merely ritualism.
The novelty on offer was not contemplative, instead comprising energetic body movements, hyperventilation (breathwork), and cathartic abandonment. Rajneesh described his speciality of “dynamic meditation” in terms of “going totally mad.” Other exercises were also favoured at the Poona ashram he launched in 1974.