Published in The Indian Express on 17 April 2023; The actor took to Instagram to share a “fast and intense technique to explore your inner self”
Meditation or the practice of intentionally spending time with our mind is known to have a plethora of benefits, including inducing mindfulness, reducing negative emotions, increasing patience and tolerance, and building skills to manage stress. However, some people find it difficult to sit in one place for a prolonged period of time to meditate.
If you are one of them, Sonnalli Seygall has the perfect solution for you! Recently, the actor took to Instagram to share a “fast and intense technique to explore your inner self”. Alongside a video of her performing the technique — called Osho dynamic meditation — she wrote, “A lot of people tell me that they cannot sit in one place and meditate. Osho dynamic meditation is great for such people, where you can release and navigate your emotions by moving your body.”
What is Osho dynamic meditation?
As per the official website, this meditation “is a fast, intense and thorough way to break old, ingrained patterns in the body-mind that keep one imprisoned in the past, and to experience the freedom, the witnessing, silence and peace that are hidden behind those prison walls.”
It is meant to be done in the early morning, when “the whole of nature becomes alive, the night has gone, the sun is coming up and everything becomes conscious and alert.”
Mansi Gulati, Yoga Expert, Manasvani said that Osho dynamic meditation was born with the purpose of responding to human needs in a completely different context than in the past. “It is, in fact, a practice born in recent times, in the second half of the last century, in a society that has profoundly changed compared to previous centuries: thus, even its principles and its modalities are distinguished from those of other forms of meditation older,” she said.
Gulati shared that this meditation technique has several mental, physical, and spiritual benefits.
Mental benefits: It changes your breathing and mind. “Dynamic Osho meditation begins with breathing because breathing has deep roots in the being. You may not have observed it, but if you can change your breathing, you can change many things,” the yoga expert said.
Physical benefits: It also helps expand your lung capacity. “Due to stress and sedentary lifestyle, most people’s breathing tends to be limited to the upper part of the lungs, known as ‘chest breathing’.”
Spiritual benefits: Osho dynamic meditation purifies your body and mind. “By purifying your body through the Osho Dynamic Meditation breathing, your mind will become more clear, sharp and more focused. Deep and fast breathing will help you to develop a strong body and a healthy mind,” Gulati shared.
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