"Meditation is a death – death of all that you are now. Of course there will be a resurrection, but that will be a totally new, fresh original being which you are not even aware is hidden in you.” ……Osho

"Meditation is not something new; you have come with it into the world. Mind is something new, meditation is your nature. It is your nature; it is your very being. How can it be difficult?”

Meditation Is Witnessing

Meditation starts by being separate from the mind, by being a witness. That is the only way of separating yourself from anything. If you are looking at the light, naturally one thing is certain: you are not the light, you are the one who is looking at it. If you are watching the flowers, one thing is certain: you are not the flower, you are the watcher. Watching is the key of meditation.

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Modern man is a very new phenomenon. No traditional method can be used exactly as it exists because modern man never existed before. So, in a way, all traditional methods have become irrelevant.

For example, the body has changed so much. It is so drugged that no traditional method can be helpful. The whole atmosphere is artificial now: the air, the water, society, living conditions. Nothing is natural. You are born in artificiality; you develop in it.So traditional methods will prove harmful today. They will have to be changed according to the modern situation.

Then catharsis is needed to unburden the heart, to throw off suppressions, to make the heart open. If the heart becomes light and unburdened, then the centre of consciousness is pushed still lower; it comes to the navel. The navel is the source of vitality, the seed source from which everything else comes: the body and the mind and everything.

Some of the various OSHO meditation techniques practised at our centre are as follows:

  • Kundalini Meditation
  • Dynamic meditation
  • Hara Meditation
  • Chakra Breathing
  • Laughter Meditation
  • Silent Sitting
  • Evening Satsang

"Eating - simply eat, be with it. Walking – simply walk, be there. Don’t go ahead, don’t jump here and there. Mind always goes ahead or lags behind. Remain with the moment."…..OSHO