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    Osho Dynamic Meditation —
    The most playful way to get into the Buddha-space!

    Osho Dynamic Meditation is one of the the most playful methods of meditation to get into a state that is thoughtless yet blissful, alone yet connected to everything around you.

    It is an hour long process with 5 stages involving intense breathing, catharsis, mantra chanting, silence and finally celebrating.
    The process first awakens your inner energies through breathing and then takes you into a process of deep mind-heart cleansing through catharsis to make you like an empty vessel, capable of reverberating the mantra "hoo" inside, so intensely that your kundalini energy, the sleeping energy awakens and rises to higher neural centers.
    This brings silence and bliss together and a feeling of connectedness with everything around.

    This meditation 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.

    This meditation lasts one hour and has five stages. Each stage is demarked by music which has been specifically made for this meditation. Keep your eyes closed throughout. It can be done alone, but can be even more powerful if it is done with others.

    However, it is an individual experience so you should remain oblivious of others around you and keep your eyes closed throughout, preferably using a blindfold. It is best to have an empty stomach and wear loose, comfortable clothing.

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  • Witnessing

    “This is a meditation in which you have to be continuously alert, conscious, aware, whatsoever you do. Remain a witness. Don’t get lost. While you are breathing you can forget. You can become one with the breathing so much that you can forget the witness. But then you miss the point.

    “Breathe as fast as possible, as deep as possible; bring your total energy to it but still remain a witness. Observe what is happening as if you are just a spectator, as if the whole thing is happening to somebody else, as if the whole thing is happening in the body and the consciousness is just centered and looking.

    “This witnessing has to be carried in all the three steps. And when everything stops, and in the fourth step you have become completely inactive, frozen, then this alertness will come to its peak.”     Osho

        
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