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NEVER BORN NEVER DIED,
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11 DECEMBER 1931 AND 19 JANUARY 1990

If you really want to know who I am, you have to be as absolutely empty as I am. Then two mirrors will be facing each other, and only emptiness will be mirrored: two mirrors facing each other. But if you have some idea, then you will see your own idea in me."

"Only that which cannot be taken away by death is real. Everything else is unreal, it is made of the same stuff dreams are made of." ~OSHO♥

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Technique for Osho, Mandala Meditation

Mandala Meditation is a 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. This will bring centering energies to the third eye.

Fourth Stage: 15 minutes

Close your eyes and be still.

3 comments:

  1. can we take break of 2-3 minutes before switchig to next stage or have to do every step in continum..

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  2. Hi Apruva,

    Actually I've not tried Mandala Meditation so far.. But I have tried various other Osho's Meditation Techniques like Kundalini.. Vipassana....

    And in all these techniques there is no rest but everything is in continum... And I am sure.. its the same with Mandala.. Because the total duration of Mandala is also like Kundalini.. which is 1 hour... i.e. 15 mins*4

    But yes do relax as much as you can with no tension..

    Regards....

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  3. @ Apurva and Cool Deep,

    You shouldn't take any break between stages. Music changes and you change immediately. The point is that to keep flowing created energy continuously..

    And on 4th Stage, you have to watch your 3rd Eye instead of witnessing body as in other meditation.

    Anand Kirtan

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