Why NOT To Sleep When Listening To Osho

Listening to Osho can be the most exquisite meditative experience of your life but it can also turn into a total waste of time. Millions of people have been deeply touched by Osho, yet so many are fast asleep when listening to his talks. If you struggle with staying awake during an Osho’s video/audio talk, then this may be for you.

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Why Meditation Is No More A Choice But A Necessity

Today if you don’t meditate, you are out! You are at risk of losing it completely. Life has become so stressful for so many people that just to achieve and maintain a minimum level of basic relaxation is an arduous task. Yes, we can enjoy so much more comfort and better material living conditions compared to our ancestors and previous generations, but that comes with a very high price tag.  

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Why To End Osho Dynamic Meditation With Celebration

The Osho Dynamic Meditation ends with dancing and celebration. Interestingly, the last stage of this outstanding meditation technique, was not originally there. Osho decided to introduce it noticing how people tend to end meditation on a serious note. The dancing and celebration of the Osho Dynamic Meditation’s fifth stage, are a beautiful reminder that meditation is not only about ourselves; it’s about sharing with others all the beauty we discover inside during meditation. Whenever you experience something beautiful, don’t hold on to it; Osho teaches us to let it go, share it and dance it off. 

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Can You Really Be Silent?

The fourth stage of the Osho Dynamic Meditation is silence. At the peak of activity, when the intensity of the jumping reaches its climax, all of a sudden the STOP. The first three stages of this meditation technique are a preparation for this crucial moment. But what is silence? Normally people think of silence as absence of noise. Meditative silence is something else.

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Why Catharsis Before Mindfulness

Osho is a modern Buddha who teaches mindfulness in a modern way. He says that it is more helpful to start with catharsis and unburden the mind before attempting meditation and mindfulness. Mindfulness and traditional meditation techniques don’t deal directly with repressed energies and emotions, missing to address an important component of human consciousness.

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#7 Benefits Of The Osho Dynamic Meditation Breathing

The first stage of the Osho Dynamic Meditation consists of deep, fast and chaotic breathing. It’s a very powerful breathing technique, totally different from any Pranayama or other breathing exercise you may have tried before. It emphasises exhalation and a non-rhythmic breathing pattern, rather than deep breaths in and breathing control. There are multiple benefits of this particular technique. Here are just 7.

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#5 Reasons Why Dynamic Meditation Will Take Over Mindfulness

Dynamic Meditation is the meditation of the future. It is inevitable and it’s already happening. Even celebrities in the world of sport, fitness and wellbeing are starting to discover its power. . I am convinced that all those who are not getting the benefits of Mindfulness will start looking for alternative ways.

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Why NOT To Start Meditation With Mindfulness

For some people, mindfulness can be deleterious and trigger mental health problems. Osho suggests never to start meditation with a passive technique. Mindfulness is preparing the ground for Osho Active Meditations to take over, particularly Dynamic Meditation. But there is no need to wait for scientists and media to rave about Osho Active Meditations. See for yourself the difference!

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3 Ways To Improve Your Brain's Health

Multiple studies demonstrate that meditation stimulates neurogenesis (the production of new cells in the brain). But even more significant than that, meditation enhances the energy level or bio-electricity which fuels all body’s processes. Amidst the various meditation techniques available nowadays, Osho Active Meditations stand out as the only approach which particularly focuses on specific activities to awaken the dormant pool of energy which we all carry within, albeit in a potential stage. 

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How Attention Hacking Makes You A Consumer Slave

 

We live in the attention economy. Companies buy and sell human time. Your attention is gold and whether you are aware of it or not, there is a big fight for it. You are chronically exposed to advertisements, announcements, publicity, news, social media feed, and irresistible promises of free gifts. Every app you download on your phone is a business plan you invite in your life. You are under attack.

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The #5 Most Common Obstacles When Starting Osho Dynamic Meditation

Let’s be honest: Dynamic Meditation is hardcore. It is an intense process and it requires commitment. However, it is very natural and easy going once you master the technique. Yes, it may take a little while to familiarise yourself with it, but once you get it, you will fly high. From my personal experience, and having taught Osho Dynamic Meditation in London for the past 5 years to hundreds of people, I see some recurring and common challenges when starting this meditation.

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How To Beat Stress With Osho Active Meditation

It is widely acknowledged that meditation is the most powerful stress relief tool available today. However not all meditation techniques are made equal.

 

How Osho Active Meditation is different

 

Osho Active Meditation is a modern and revolutionary approach to meditation which tackles stress in a different way. Contrary to all the other meditation techniques, Osho Active Meditation does not work by aiming to induce directly a state of relaxation: the approach is to lead you to relaxation as a consequence of extreme tension.

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What Do Psychedelic Drugs And Meditation Have In Common?

According to Steven Kotler, cofounder of the Flow Genome Project, most of the Silicon Valley executives nowadays take drugs, particularly micro-doses of psychedelic drugs. In case you don’t know, Silicon Valley is the hub of most of the major forces that shape our current world – Google, Apple, Facebook… you got the idea!

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How To Go Beyond Your Limits

If one of our hunter gatherer ancestors, would compete to the next Olympics, it would probably snatch some medals in various disciplines and without any formal training. According to scientists and anthropologists, our predecessors were formidable athletes compared to the average modern person. The truth is: our modern technological progress made us weaker. Yes, we live a much more comfortable life but we are paying a high price for it.

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