Osho Kundalini Meditation
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Osho Kundalini Meditationis a popular evening practice. Includes loosening the body, dancing, witnessing and resting stages. Stressful living and unexpressed emotions can effect our ability to live joyfully and relate to others.It is an individual experience so you should remain oblivious of others around you. If possible, keep your eyes closed throughout, or you can use a blindfold. It is best to have an empty stomach and wear loose, comfortable clothing. Osho Active Meditations are scientifically designed to effectively release these tensions which block the natural flow of energies in our bodies, allowing us to become more peaceful and relaxed.These Active Meditations combine all certain activities like shaking, dancing, jumping, humming and others to lead into silence and meditation. Music is used as a background for all these meditations. Osho Kundalini Meditation is one of Oshos most popular and potent meditation techniques. It involves shaking, dancing, sitting silently and relaxing.A final stage of 15 minutes of silence completes the meditation and a gong signals the end.A complete CD download includes also the silent stage with one of the tracks being mostly silence with a signal at the end this is part of the experience.Osho Kundalini Meditation is a gentle yet effective way to release all the accumulated stress of your day, leaving you refreshed and mellow.
I would like to say to you: Science is the ultimate value. And there are only two kinds of sciences: one, objective science, that decides about the outside world; and two subjective science, which up to now has been called religion. But it is better not to call it religion. It is better to call it the science of the inner, and to divide science into a science of the outer, and a science of the inner - objective science and subjective science. But make it one solid whole, and science remains the ultimate value - nothing is higher than that. --OshoSee all Editorial Reviews