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 Unwinding Before Sleep

Every night sit comfortably in a chair and rest your head back, like you do at the dentist. You can use a pillow. Then release your lower jaw. Just relax it so the mouth opens slightly, and start breathing from the mouth, not from the nose. Don’t change your breathing — let it be natural


OSHO Know The Knower And The Known

Knowing is your faculty. Knowledge is gathered through this faculty. But knowing reveals two things: the known and the knower


OSHO Feel I am

Feel it ― I am existing. Feeling is a different thing, totally different. Try it. And you can do it anywhere. Just riding on a bus, or traveling in a train, or just sitting, or lying down on your bed, try to feel existence as it is


OSHO NADABRAHMA FOR COUPLES

The Master has given a beautiful variation of this technique for couples.
Partners sit facing each other, covered by a bedsheet and holding each ohter’s crossed hands. It is best to wear no other clothing. Light the room only by four small candles and burn particular incense, kept only for this meditation.
Close your eyes and hum together for thirty minutes. After a short while the energies will be felt to meet, merge and unite.


Marriage the ‘coffin of love’.

Tweet Osho calls marriage the ‘coffin of love’. He says: “They all say that love is eternal, never dies. Absolutely wrong. Real love dies sooner than unreal love. Unreal love can live long; it is unreal, how can it die? If you are pretending, you can pretend as long as you want to.”


The Secret to Tantric Sex.

Tweet Imagine: your man strolls through your front door and announces,” Baby, forget must see TV. Tonight, I want to worship your body, massage you head to heel, make love to you on a higher spiritual plane, then provoke an out-of-this-world orgasm so you reach a whole new pleasure plateau.”