Meditation – the first and last freedom

I have since more than 30 years used different meditation methods. The greatest inspiration I get from Osho. His book: ”Meditation, The First and Last Freedom" is a fantastic educational book, filled with wisdom and humor.
There are movement and dancing meditations combined with silence – a wonderful way to get in contact with calmness and perceive your true nature and heart.

With me you can experience many different types of meditation. Below you find three of them. In Oshos book "The Orange Book" you get a description of further 105 methods for meditation practice.

Dynamic Meditation
Dynamic meditation (mostly known as ”the HO meditation") is a good method to start the day. A movement meditation consisting of five different phases during one hour.

Kundalini Meditation
As an ending of the day, the Osho Kundalini Meditation is often recommended. It is used over the whole world in most ashrams/course places.

Vipasanna Meditation
The significance of breath is emphasized in this kind of meditation and also the inner listening of your bodys experiences. A witnessing of thoughts and emotions.
 

Meditation is adventure, the greatest adventure the human mind can undertake. Meditation is just to be, not doing anything -- no action, no thought, no emotion. You just are. And it is a sheer delight. From where does this delight come when you are not doing anything? It comes from nowhere, or, it comes from everywhere. It is uncaused, because the existence is made of the stuff called joy.
                                                              /OSHO

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Osho Rajneesh

About Osho

Osho is a very famous meditation teacher from India.
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