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Article Title :Active Meditation Techniques of Osho

In the current scenario, more than 50% of people are unhappy with their lives due to various reasons like stress, work pressure, family disputes, rift in relationships, health problems and so on. It is very difficult to deal with these problems for any person no matter how mature he is. To deal with these problems people seek spiritual knowledge and bliss. Spirituality is all about knowing about your inner self and discovering your soul. This is attained by practicing meditation on regular basis.

Bhagwan Shri Rajneesh or 'Osho' originated active meditation is extensively practiced today by myriad people all over the world. The central belief at the back of active meditation is the fact that it is not necessary to be motionless or sit at single place to attain the benefits of mediation. It is possible to meditate just as efficiently by being engrossed in physical as well as emotional activity, since meditation purely involves arriving at a mental state where the mind is free of thought, while being fully aware of what is happening around you.

The Osho active meditation technique is based on scientific research and takes into account that it is not always feasible for every individual to sit motionless for long amount of time which is very much a part of traditional meditation. There are people who become even more uncomfortable at the end of the meditation, than ever before. Therefore, Osho active meditation technique begins with some type of action that helps in loosening up your body, soothing it and clearing your mind of the clutter in a gradual manner. People who are naturally impatient can overcome their restlessness problem through activities that enable them to relax their mind. This leads to a priceless state of peace and tranquility.

Osho’s active meditation involves techniques like Kundalini, Nataraj, Nadabrahma, Gourishankar, Mandala and Whirling. Everyone experiences stress that averts him or her from functioning at their best levels. The purpose of active meditation is to revive your energies whenever necessary and to get into a condition of calm and relaxation. By doing this, we identify the abilities hidden inside us and make the endeavor to develop to our full potential.

Through regular practice, it is likely to feel the effects of lively meditation all through the day even while you are not meditating, regardless of where you are. In fact, active meditation can also be performed when you are ill and restricted to your bed with concentrated breathing.

Author: Rajneesh (Osho)

Reference: http://www.spiritualnow.com


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