A meditation given to a sannyasin in darshan.
The Ten Grounds of the Way: “How do you measure the length of a man’s life?” The monk answered: “By the breath.” (part 2)
Atisha’s extensive travels to meet his guru, told by Akanksha Damini Joshi. Published in eSamskriti on March 10, 2021.
Osho talks on ‘Breath’; “In Tantra, love-making is allowed only when you have learnt how to make love and yet keep your breath cool, rhythmic.”
Article by Keerti in the series ‘Mystic Mantra’, published on 6 January 2020 in Asian Age and Deccan Chronicle.
Sound and silence have a direct, powerful influence on emotions. Here some hints how to establish life in healthy surroundings. Published in SOTT and drweil.com on November 16, 2018.
While Tao spoke on Swaram’s Love Osho podcast recently, she shared a meditation that sounds very intriguing, in particular as it addresses pain. We asked her to elaborate.
During a darshan Osho says, “Whenever you start thinking of the future and the past too much, just relax and pay attention to your breathing.”
A person full of love will breathe differently than a person full of fear, writes Keerti in The Asian Age on March 14, 2017.
Scientists at Northwestern Medicine discovered that the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall. Published on medicalxpress.com on December 6, 2016.
Osho speaks about the Nadabrahma meditation in a darshan, “Let the body get drunk, let the mind get drunk, let them fall into a deep love-affair with each other, and you slip out of it.”
The final article in a series of four on meditations about purification by earth, water, fire, and air by Prem Geet.
Karunesh speaks of his intense meditation experiences and also asserts that if something takes your breath away, not to worry.