Osho Kundalini Meditation


Osho Kundalini Meditation is a gentle yet effective way to release all the accumulated stress of your day, leaving you refreshed and mellow.

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Osho Kundalini Meditation is 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’s message brings the timeless wisdom of the East to bear on the urgent questions facing the modern world. Osho developed his unique active meditation techniques for modern men and women, who, he said, are so burdened with traditions of the past and anxieties of modern day living, that they must go through a deep cleansing process before they can begin to discover the thought-free relaxed state of meditation. His insights are a total discontinuity with the past and go beyond any particular religion, tradition or doctrine and are purely based on his own experiences. They are published in numerous books, and an autobiography about his work Autobiography of a Spiritually Incorrect Mystic is available in several languages.

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 Osho’s 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.

Allow the shaking; don’t do it. Stand silently, feel it coming and when your body starts tumbling, help it but don’t do it. Enjoy it, feel blissful about it, allow it, receive it, welcome it, but don’t will it.” ~Osho

How to practice Osho Kundalini Active Meditations:

First Stage – 15 minutes – Be loose and let your whole body shake. Allow the shaking to come from the inside. Then let go everywhere and become the shaking. Your eyes may be open or closed.

Second Stage – 15 minutes – Dance, any way you feel, letting the whole body move as it wishes. Feel yourself dissolving into the dance. Again, your eyes can be open or closed.

Third Stage – 15 minutes – Close your eyes and be still, sitting or standing, observing whatever is happening inside and out. Keep your back straight but not rigid.

Fourth Stage – 15 minutes – Silence. Keeping your eyes closed, remain sitting or lie down and be still.

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  1. “Still doing Kundalini 30 years later and still going deep. The meditation technique that set me free and keeps my body young. Easy to do alone, but best with friends. Shake it up!”

  2. “Osho is a globally renowned meditation instructor whose revolutionary approach stems from an understanding of the modern mind: It is stressed and overstimulated and needs to quiet down before any real “samadhi” can be achieved through stillness.
    There are various meditations created by Osho, all based on this principle. “Kundalini Meditation” is a mellow variation on Osho’s Dynamic Meditation, which is more movement-oriented. There is still movement in the kundalini, which involves a series of four stages of approximately 15 minutes each that are meant to relax you from the stress of the day (ideally this is done in the late afternoon or after work).
    Practitioners begin by standing and letting their bodies shake out tension, then dancing, then sitting, then lying down. The music to accompany this process is important, and who could be more qualified than healing-music pioneer Deuter, who implicitly understands the dynamics behind each stage?
    “First Stage” is a warm-up of clattering percussion that gradually laps into an otherworldly synthesizer melody-this taps into the unconscious, inviting movement of an almost involuntary nature. “Second Stage” starts out with a steadily strummed acoustic guitar and is gradually joined by simple elements of percussion, keyboard, flutes, and maracas, then simple human vowel singing and electric guitar as the energy builds.
    There’s a great clap-along-or-join-in-the-clatter here, leading to the switch to stillness-gently singing Tibetan bowls and bells, calling the conscious mind away to let one’s inner self stretch out unhindered for the sitting portion of the meditation. “Fourth Stage”-for the lying down and relaxing portion-is 15 minutes of complete silence. Yes, silence.

    It leads to a final toll of the bells, ending the meditation. If you are one of those who wishes their meditation CD would sometimes just stop for 10 minutes and then chime so you know to come out of your trance, this is the one for you.
    While one goes along with this seemingly mad approach, there is the feeling that Deuter knows best-and Osho, too, of course. Each track builds and shifts in such a way that if you find yourself drifting back to worry and daydreaming, you can follow Deuter as he weaves his magical web, which catches your rascally ego like a fly in a bejeweled web. Running an exact 59.9 minutes, this album is designed to accompany the specific.”

  3. “Is the internet bringing you down? This is a meditation technique based on ancient Kundalini yoga to help revive keyboard junkies by having them shake and dance.”

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