Meditation for Busy People

Eye Gazing

Tweet Step 1: Look Into the Other “Sit and look into each other’s eyes, [it is better to blink as little as possible, a soft gaze]. Look deeper and deeper, without thinking. “If you don’t think, if you just stare into the eyes, soon the waves will disappear and the ocean will be revealed. If […]


OSHO Meditation Speediness

Even when there is no need to, I often hurry when I am doing things, especially eating.

Something is eating you: some deep worry is inside that creates hurry; some deep tension, which does not allow you to relax.


OSHO Meditation The Art of the Other

Love means the art of being with others. Meditation means the art of being with yourself. They are two aspects of the same coin.


OSHO Meditation Being Telegraphic

Your telegram means more than your long letter, condensed. Be telegraphic and you will be surprised that in the whole day there are very few times when you have to speak.


OSHO Celebrating Suffering

Tweet When I say enjoy it I don’t mean become a masochist; I don’t mean create suffering for yourself and enjoy it. I don’t mean: go on, fall down from a cliff, have fractures and then enjoy it. No. I am not saying be a masochist; I am simply saying suffering is there, you need […]


OSHO Touching as a Feather

In a relaxed mind thoughts cannot move; they get frozen. They live through tension.


OSHO Remember I am

“Wherever you are, remember yourself, that you are. This consciousness that you are should become a continuity. Not your name, your caste, your nationality.


OSHO To Change Your Thought Patterns

Whenever you feel any judgement, or whatever else the pattern might be — jealousy or greed, etc.


OSHO Slow Down

Slow down your speed. Eat slowly, walk slowly, talk slowly, move very, very slowly, and by and by you will come to know the beauty of inactivity, the beauty of passivity. Then you are not intoxicated — you are completely aware and conscious.


Finding Your Own Voice

“If you choose according to your own inclination, according to your own intuition…[the inner voice] is very strong in children but, slowly slowly, becomes weaker. The voices of the parents and the teachers, the society and the priest, become louder and louder. Now if you want to find out what is your voice, you will have to pass through a crowd of noises