OSHO The Limits of Perception

Tweet Whatsoever we see is limited, whatsoever we feel is limited, all perceptions are limited. But if you can become aware, then every limited thing is disappearing into the unlimited. Look at the sky. You will see a limited part of it, not because the sky is limited by because your eyes are limited, your […]


OSHO Using Imagination to Change Negative to Positive

if a negative idea comes, immediately change it to a positive thought. Say no to it. Drop it immediately; throw it away.


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 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 Feel the Peace in Your Heart

Go on doing it. And it is so easy that you can go on doing it any time. Just lying on your bed at night you can do it; just in the morning when you feel that you are now awake you can do it. Do first and then get up. Even ten minutes will be enough. Ten minutes at night just before falling asleep, do it. Make the world unreal, and your sleep will be so deep that you may not have slept like that before.


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 No-Mind

Osho first introduced the No-Mind meditation as part of his evening discourses on Zen. Later on, it became a group process, lasting for two hours a day for seven days. For the first hour, participants do gibberish. For the second hour, they sit silently, doing nothing.


OSHO Mystic Rose

The Mystic Rose is a three-week process, lasting three hours per day. During the first week, participants laugh “for no reason at all,” dissolving the blocks to their inner spontaneity and joy. The second week is devoted to crying, and the third week to silent watching and meditation.


OSHO Devavani Meditation

Devavani meditation lasts for one hour. There are four stages of 15 minutes each. Keep your eyes closed throughout. Devavani is the “divine voice” which moves and speaks through the meditator, who becomes an empty vessel, a channel.


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.