“Whenever you are not doing anything, sitting silently, just close your eyes and listen to it.”
In this interview Prachi shares her expertise and practical tips on how to introduce Osho’s meditations in the workplace.
Practicing gratitude this winter, Deva Dosa uses happy memories of a beloved place like a hologram to boost her mood and immune system.
Madhuri describes a meditation; “You journey inwards and enter your own ‘secret garden’, and while there, you meet a wise person and can ask her questions.”
Madhuri reviews a meditation with words by Osho, voice and music by Gopal – and a few words by Gopal about his experience with this guided meditation.
Nirbija reviews Devakant’s latest album: A fresh musical experience for breathing into the chakras and other techniques.
“It’s a full-body calm so clear that it almost feels like levitation,” writes Rebecca Norris, when talking about Osho Dynamic Meditation, in Hello Giggles and Yahoo Sports, July 16, 2020.
David came to darshan some weeks ago. A friend of the English novelist, Pankaja, David is a potter, and at his first darshan told Bhagwan that he has been involved in Subud, writes Maneesha.
Madhuri describes an inner journey that helps you see what is healthy for you to take in from your surroundings and the people in them, and what is not.
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.
A contemplation by Veetman (text and video); “Nothing lasts. Everything is fleeting. This too will pass.”
Krishna Prem explains a quick meditation and recounts an anecdote (from his book ‘Gee You Are You’).
An introduction, and invitation to Shaking by Nisarga from the Integral Body Institute in Poland (video).
In darshan Osho talks to a sannyasin, asking him to accept sadness, and when it becomes uncomfortable to dance wildly and do latihan.
Osho introduces a small experiment: “You are looking at the mirror, your own face in the mirror, your own eyes in the mirror…”
An introduction, and invitation, to Vipassana; a video by Nisarga from the Integral Body Institute in Poland.
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.”
“My own observation is that a runner can more easily come close to meditation than anybody else. Jogging can be of immense help, swimming can be of immense help. All these things have to be transformed into meditations,” stated Osho.
In darshan, Osho suggests a meditation to a sannyasins, “Get more and more in tune with the stars: whenever there are stars in the night and the night is clear, just lie down on the earth and look at the stars.”
“Before you go to sleep in the night, just lie down, turn the lights off, lie down under your blanket, and feel your body is dying…. Start feeling that great light is entering from the head, golden light – as if suddenly a sun has risen and it is pouring all its gold into you,” suggests Osho to a visitor in darshan.
Osho speaks about the mirror meditation – pointed out to us by Marc with reference to the ‘Selfie’ craze
Maneesha shares with us a short meditation based on the instructions from Osho’s ‘And Now And Here’.
In any position gradually pervade an area between the armpits into great peace. Feel yourself as pervading all directions, far, near.
What are Osho Active Meditations? Osho Active Meditations are a new way of taking care of both the outer and the inner you. Each…