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“There is no greater ecstasy than to know who you are.”

Dynamic Meditation

My system of dynamic meditation starts with breathing because breathing has deep roots in the being… This chaotic breathing is to destroy all your systems of the past. Whatsoever you have made out of yourself, it is to destroy it. This creates chaos within you because unless chaos is created you cannot release your repressed emotions, and those emotions have now moved into the body.

— Osho

How to do ?

Dynamic Meditation is a practice that combines conscious breathing, catharsis, movement, mantra repetition and celebration to move stagnant energy and break conditioned patterns. It is a powerful technique that can be done alone or in a group and is designed to bring about inner calm and stillness. The practice is done in five stages and should be done with an empty stomach and loose, comfortable clothing.

First Stage – 10 minutes: Breath chaotically through the nose, concentrating always on the exhalation. The body will take care of the inhalation. Do this as fast and as hard as you possibly can – and then a little harder until you literally become the breathing. Use your natural body movements to help you to build up your energy. Feel it building up, but don’t let go during the first stage.

Second Stage – 10 minutes: Explode! Let go of everything that needs to be thrown out. Go totally mad, scream, shout, cry, jump, shake, dance, sing, laugh, throw yourself around. Hold nothing back, keep your whole body moving. A little acting often helps to get you started. Never allow your mind to interfere with what is happening. Be total.

Third Stage – 10 minutes: With raised arms, jump up and down shouting the mantra ‘HOO! HOO! HOO!’ as deeply as possible. Each time you land, on the flats of your feet, let the sound hammer deep into the sex center. Give all you have, and exhaust yourself totally.

Fourth Stage – 15 minutes: Stop! Freeze where you are in whatever position you find yourself. Don’t arrange the body in any way. A Cough, a movement, anything will dissipate the energy flow and the effort will be lost. Be a witness to everything that is happening to you.

Fifth Stage – 15 minutes: Celebrate and rejoice with music and dance, expressing your gratitude towards the whole. Carry your happiness with you throughout the day.



Kundalini Meditation

Kundalini is the original source of all life, but you are cut off from it in so many ways. Then you become an outsider to yourself and you do not know how to come back home. This coming back is the science of yoga. As far as human transformation is concerned, kundalini yoga is the subtlest science.


Dance with joy because the more blissful you are, the more energy moves upward, and the more blissful you become. Suppose you were intoxicated and started dancing as if you had drunk the entire tavern dry, would you dance like a miser? It wouldn’t happen….

“You need intense passion! Dance like a madman. Without madness, you cannot attain the ultimate.”


How to do?

Osho Kundalini Meditation is a powerful technique that lasts one hour and has four stages, three with music and one without. The music has been composed under Osho’s direct guidance and is designed to bring about inner calm and stillness. It is best done in the afternoon as it helps to release the accumulated stress of the day. The stages are as follows:

First Stage – 15 minutes: Be loose and let your whole body shake, feeling the energies moving up from your feet. Let go everywhere and become the shaking.

Second Stage – 15 minutes: Dance any way you feel, letting the whole body move as it wishes.

Third Stage – 15 minutes: Close your eyes and be still, sitting or standing, observing, witnessing, whatever is happening inside and out.

Fourth Stage – 15 minutes: Keeping your eyes closed, lie down, and be still.


Mandala Meditation

Meditation makes you innocent, it makes you children. In that state, miracles are possible. That state is pure magic. A great transformation happens — in innocence, you transcend the mind, and to transcend the mind is to become the awakened one, the enlightened one. 


How to do?

This is another powerful technique that creates a circle of energy, resulting in a natural centering. There are four stages of 15 minutes each.

First Stage – 15 minutes: With open eyes run on the spot, starting slowly and gradually, getting faster and faster. Bring your knees up as high as possible. Breathing deeply and evenly will move the energy within. Forget the mind and forget the body. Keep going.

Second Stage – 15 minutes: Sit with your eyes closed and mouth open and loose. Gently rotate your body from the belly, like a reed blowing in the wind. Feel the wind blowing you from side to side, back and forth, around and around. This will bring your awakened energies to the navel center.

Third Stage – 15 minutes: Lie on your back, open your eyes and with the head still, rotate them in a clockwise direction. Sweep them fully around in the sockets as if you are following the second hand of a vast clock, but as fast as possible. It is important that the mouth remains open and the jaw relaxed, with the breath soft and even.

Fourth Stage – 15 minutes: Close your eyes and be still.

Nataraj Meditation





“Meditation is the only real alchemy…. Once you have reached your center of being and once you have known that you are consciousness, you are beyond birth, beyond death.”


How to do?

Natraj is a form of dance meditation which is divided into three stages.It is important to remember to let the dance flow in its own way and not force it. Also, remain in a festive mood and appreciate the beauty of the dance.

Natraj is dance as a total meditation. There are three stages, lasting a total of 65 minutes.

First Stage – 40 minute: With eyes closed, dance as if possessed. Let your unconscious take over completely. Do not control your movements or witness what is happening. Just be totally in the dance.

Second Stage – 20 minutes: Keeping your eyes closed, lie down immediately. Be silent and still.

Third Stage – 5 minutes: Dance in celebration and enjoy.



No - Dimensions Meditation



Enlightenment will be now the beginning, not the end. Beginning of a non-ending process in all dimensions of richness.


How to do?

This one-hour meditation is based on a Sufi technique of movements for awareness and integration of the body. It is free and non-serious, allowing you to smile while you do it. The first stage involves a continuous dance in synchronicity with the other people in the group involving a set of six movements. The second stage involves whirling for 15 minutes, and the third stage involves lying down on the belly with your eyes closed and legs open for 15 minutes. This allows the energy you have gathered to flow through you. The three stages are:

First Stage – 30 minutes: A continuous dance in synchronicity with the other people in the group involving a set of six movements.

Second Stage – 15 minutes: Whirling

Third Stage – 15 minutes: Silence – lie down on the belly with your eyes closed. Leave your legs open and not crossed to allow all the energy you have gathered to flow through you.


Nadabrahma Meditation



A man lives in slavery without
meditation because he lives unconsciously He lives like a robot. Meditation starts changing you:
It transforms your unconsciousness
into consciousness
It changes your darkness into light. It is the only alchemy that
transforms raw energy into a
refined world of mysteries.

— Osho

How to do?

Nadabrahma is an old Tibetan technique which was originally done in the early hours of the morning. It can be done at any time of the day, alone or with others, but have an empty stomach and remain inactive for at least 15 minutes afterwards. The meditation lasts an hour and there are three stages.

First Stage – 30 minutes: Sit in a relaxed position with eyes closed. With lips together, start humming, loud enough so that – if you are doing it with others – you can be heard by them. This will create a vibration in your body. You can visualize a hollow tube or vessel filled only with the vibrations of the humming. A point will come when the humming continues by itself and you become the listener. There is no special breathing, and you can alter the pitch, and move your body smoothly and slowly if you feel to.

Second Stage – 15 minutes: This stage is divided into two segments, seven and a half minutes each. For the first part, move the hands, palms upwards, in an outward, circular motion. Starting at the navel, both hands move forward and then divide to make two large circles mirroring each other left and right. The movement should be so slow that at times there will appear to be no movement at all. Feel that you are giving energy outwards to the universe. After seven and a half minutes, the music will change and you turn your hand’s palm downwards, and start moving them in the opposite direction. Now the hands will come together towards the navel and divide outwards towards the side of the body. Feel that you are taking energy in. As in the first stage, don‘t inhibit any soft, slow movements of the rest of your body.

Third Stage – 15 minutes: Sit absolutely quiet and still.

Gourishankar Meditation




is nothing but
enjoying your beautiful aloneness.
Celebrating yourself; that’s what meditation is all


How to do?

This technique consists of four stages of 15 minutes each. The first two stages prepare the meditator for the spontaneous Latihan of the third stage. Osho has said that if the breathing is done correctly in the first stage the carbon dioxide formed in the bloodstream will make you feel as high as Gourishankar (Mt. Everest)

First Stage – 15 minutes: Sit with closed eyes. Inhale deeply through the nose, filling the lungs. Hold the breath for as long as possible; then exhale gently through the mouth, and keep the lungs empty for as long as possible. Continue this breathing cycle throughout this stage.

Second Stage – 15 minutes: Return to normal breathing and with a gentle gaze look at a candle flame or a flashing blue light. Keep your body still.

Third Stage – 15 minutes: With closed eyes, stand up and let your body be loose and receptive. Allow your body to move gently in whichever way it wants. Don’t do the moving, just allow it to happen gently and gracefully.

Fourth Stage – 15 minutes: Lie down with closed eyes, silent and still

Mystic Rose (Meditative Therapy)


Symbol of the Mystic Rose

Man is born as a seed. To accept the seed as your life is the greatest mistake one can commit… The symbol of the mystic rose is that if a man takes care of the seed that he is born with, gives it the right soil, gives it the right atmosphere and the right vibrations, moves on the right path where the seed can start growing, then the ultimate growth is symbolized as the mystic rose.
when your being blossoms and opens all its petals and releases a beautiful fragrance. Unless you blossom into a mystic rose, your life is nothing but an exercise in utter futility.



How to do ?

Osho Meditative Therapy – 21 days retreat“

A very powerful & most fundamental meditative therapy designed by Osho for every meditator whether beginner or seasoned. There are 3 steps to dive deeper & allowing meditation to happen.

1st week – 3 hours: Laughing for no reason at all

2nd week – 3 hours: Let the tears roll & allowing yourself to let the agony, pain & suffering come out.

3rd week – 3 hours: Sit in silence with closed eyes & let the silence descend upon you.

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 says about it:

Uniquely simple and effective, these methods involve a minimum of interaction among the participants, but the energy of the group helps each individual go more deeply into his or her own process. No “therapist” is required, but only a facilitator who has gone through the process and has been trained in conducting it.


Born Again Meditative Therapy




“Death is not against life; it does not end life, it only brings life to a beautiful peak. Life continues even after death. It was there before birth, it is going to continue after death. Life is not confined to the small space that exists between birth and death, on the contrary, births, and deaths are small episodes in the eternity of life”.


How To Do?

Born Again is a process that takes place for two hours a day, over seven days. For the first hour, participants take the space and freedom to behave as children. For the second hour, they sit silently, doing nothing. Osho has this to say about the first part of the process:

Remember this: regain your childhood. Everyone longs for it but no one is doing anything to regain it.
Everyone longs for it! People go on saying that childhood is paradise and poets go on writing poems about the beauty of childhood. Who is preventing you? Regain it! Take this opportunity to regain it.

Poetry will not help, and just remembering that it was paradise is not of much use. Why not move into it again? Why not be a child again? I say to you that if you can be a child again you will start growing in a new way. For the first time you will be really alive again. And the moment you have the eyes of a child, the senses of a child — young, vibrating with life — the whole of life vibrates with you.

Remember, it is your vibration that needs transformation. The world is already always vibrating in ecstasy; only you are not tuned. The problem is not with the world, it is with you: you are not tuned to it. The world is dancing, always celebrating, every moment it is in a festivity. The festival goes on from eternity to eternity, only you are not tuned to it. You have fallen apart from it, and you are very serious, very knowing, very mature. You are closed. 

Throw this enclosure! Move again into the current of life. When the storm comes, the trees will be dancing, you also dance. When the night comes and everything is dark, you also be dark. And in the morning when the sun rises, let it rise in you also. Be childlike and enjoying, not thinking of the past. 

A child never thinks of the past. Really, he has no past to think about. A child is not worried about the future; he has no time consciousness. He lives totally unworried. He moves in the moment; he never carries any hangover. If he is angry then he is angry and in his anger he will say to his mother, “I hate you.” And this is not just words, this is a reality. Really, in that moment he is in total hate. The next moment he will come out of it and he will be laughing and he will give a kiss to his mother and he will say, “I love you.” There is no contradiction. These are two different moments. He was total hate and now he is total love. He moves just like a river goes on moving, zigzag. But wherever he is — wherever the river is — he is total, flowing. 

For these days be like a child — total. If you hate, hate; if you love, love; if you are angry, then be angry; and if you are festive, then be festive and dance. Do not carry anything over from the past. Remain true to the moment; do not hanker for the future. For these eight days drop out of time. Drop out of time!

That is why I say do not be serious: because the more serious you are, the more time conscious you are. A child lives in eternity; there is no time for him. He is not even aware of it. These eight days will be real meditation if you drop out of time. Live the moment and be true to it.

Be playful. It will be difficult, because you are so much structured. You have an armor around you and it is so difficult to loosen it, to relax it. You cannot dance, you cannot sing, you cannot just jump, you cannot just scream and laugh and smile. Even if you want to laugh you first want something there to be laughed at. You cannot simply laugh. There must be some cause: only then can you laugh. There must be some cause: only then can you cry and weep.

Put aside knowledge, put aside seriousness; be absolutely playful for eight days. You have nothing to lose. If you do not gain anything, you will not lose anything either. What can you lose in being playful? But I say to you: you will never be the same again.

My insistence on being playful is because of this: I want you to go back to the very point from where you stopped growing. There has been a point in your childhood when you stopped growing and when you started being false. You may have been angry, a small child in a tantrum, angry, and your father or your mother said, “Don’t be angry! This is not good!” You were natural but a division was created and a choice was there for you. If you were to remain natural then you would not have got the love of your parents.

In these days I want to throw you back to the point where you started being ‘good’ as against being natural. Be playful so your childhood is regained. It will be difficult because you will have to put aside your masks, your faces; you will have to put aside your personality. But remember, the essence can assert itself only when your personality is not there, because your personality has become an imprisonment. Put it aside. It will be painful, but it is worth it because you are going to be reborn out of it. And no rebirth is possible without pain. If you are really determined to be reborn, then take the risk.


No- Mind Meditative Therapy





Mind is your prison. No- mind is your freedom.
Mind is your ignorance, no- mind is your enlightenment. Move from mind to no- mind. This is the whole path, this is the whole religion.


How to do?

Osho first introduced the No-Mind meditation as part of his evening discourses on Zen. Later on, it became a group process, lasting for seven days. Here is an excerpt from the talk where Osho first introduced the meditation: The first part is gibberish. The word ‘gibberish’ comes from a Sufi mystic, Jabbar. Jabbar never spoke any language, he just uttered nonsense. Still he had thousands of disciples because what he was saying was, “Your mind is nothing but gibberish. Put it aside and you will have a taste of your own being.” 

To use gibberish, don’t say things which are meaningful, don’t use the language that you know. Use Chinese, if you don’t know Chinese. Use Japanese if you don’t know Japanese. Don’t use German if you know German. For the first time have a freedom — the same as all the birds have. Simply allow whatever comes to your mind without bothering about its rationality, reasonability, meaning, significance — just the way the birds are doing. For the first part, leave language and mind aside. 

Out of this will arise the second part, a great silence in which you have to close your eyes and freeze your body, all its movements, gather your energy within yourself. Remain here and now.

In the third part I will say, let go. Then you relax your body and let it fall without any effort, without your mind controlling. Just fall like a bag of rice. Each segment will begin with a drumbeat…