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   MEDITATION GROUPS BY OSHO
 

Under the aegis of Multiversity, Osho devised several group therapies keeping the focus to incorporate meditation to therapy and applied modern psychology. There are over eighty different group mediations and therapies conducted at Osho Multiversity in Pune, which is the largest center in the world for meditation and personal growth processes. It encompasses all the current western therapy approaches, the healing arts of East and West, esoteric sciences, creative arts, centering and martial arts, tantra, zen, sufism, and Meditative Therapies. All the methods used have the understanding of meditation, both at their base and as their objective.

Below are three of the most effective meditation groups which are unique, simple, effective processes that address the essential issues of every human being, irrespective of social and personal background.

  Below are some of the active meditation techniques:
 
   Mystic Rose Group

It’s a 21 days group consisting of three stages:
First stage: for 7 days, 3 hours per day you are laughing for no reason at all
This removes the inhibitions and repressions that have been hindering your spontaneity and natural joy.
Second stage: for 7 days, 3 hours per day you are crying for no reason at all
This uncovers and unburdens you of the next layer of repression: the agonies and tears, the pain of suffering.
Third stage: for 7 days, 3 hours per day you are going to sit silently and be a witness.

   Born Again Group

Born Again is a process that takes place for two hours a day, over seven days. For the first hour you observe yourself as you behave like a child, doing whatever you wanted to do in your childhood – dancing, singing, jumping, crying – anything at all, in any posture. For the second hour, sit silently, doing nothing.

   No-Mind Group

No-Mind group takes place for two hours a day, over seven days. For the first hour, do gibberish which means saying meaningless things in a language unknown to you, leaving language and mind aside. Allow your body to move freely. For the second hour, sit silently, doing nothing.

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