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Osho World:Meditation Zone


One thing has to be remembered about meditation; it is a long journey and there is no shortcut. Anyone who says there is a shortcut is befooling you. 

 It is a long journey because the change is very deep and is achieved after  many lives - many lives of routine habits, thinking, desiring. And the mind  structure; that you have to drop through meditation. In fact it is almost  impossible - but it happens.

A man becoming a meditator is the greatest responsibility in the world. It  is not easy. It cannot be instant. So from the beginning never start  expecting  too much and then you will never be frustrated. You will always  be happy  because things will grow very slowly.

Meditation is not a seasonal flower which within six weeks is there. It is a  very very big tree. It needs time to spread its roots.



    All of Osho's active meditations involve a beginning stage of activity -- sometimes intense and physical -- followed by a period of silence. All are accompanied by music that has been specially composed to guide the meditator through the different stages. Osho has also recommended different meditations for different times of the day. Follow the links below for details.

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    The Osho approach to therapy is that it can never be the ultimate solution to human problems, but it can be used as a tool to help prepare the ground for meditation. Based on this understanding he has created a series of "meditative therapies" that give participants the opportunity to dissolve the tensions and repressions that keep them from being able to sit silently and observe the mind that creates problems in the first place.

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    Osho has often spoken about the 112 methods of meditation given by Shiva to his consort, Devi.
    VIGYANA BHAIRAVA TANTRA contains the complete series of discourses given by Osho on all these meditation techniques, and his responses to questions raised by seekers about the meditations.

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    Over the years Osho has responded to hundreds of questions about meditation, asked by people from all over the world, from all kinds of backgrounds, and with many different levels of experience and understanding. Here is a selection.

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