COMPENDIUM ON OSHO DYNAMIC MEDITATION

900.00

In these delightful and playful talks, Osho introduces the mystery, the wonder and the emptiness that is Zen. He shows how verses by the fourteenth Zen master, Ikkyu, can stir the heart, touch the being and help our transformation.

Osho and Ikkyu’s whole message is about how to experience the essence of emptiness: that blissful state of no-mind where all old conditionings are gone and man is free just to be himself. As Osho speaks of Ikkyu, and answers people’s questions, he is also speaking of himself. As he speaks of who Ikkyu is, he is revealing more about himself. Osho gives a fresh, new understanding of himself, and shows how each person can find the way to light his own path.

SKU: 2000002 Category: Product ID: 21492

Description

This compendium of excerpts includes all the public comments Osho makes about OSHO Dynamic Meditation and is presented in the order in which they were spoken, so you can appreciate the gradual development of this technique over time.

The fourth stage was first presented in its current form in The New Alchemy: To Turn You On, #18. You will notice that in the first references, the instructions for the fourth stage are to just fall down as if dead, relaxed and to become a witness. Later the technique was refined to its current format of five stages, with a “stop” at the end of the first three stages.

There are some mentions of the importance of the raised hands in the 3rd and 4th stages. When Osho himself led Dynamic Meditation, those present remember this emphasis from Osho. And when asked about the arms lowering in the 4th stage they remember Osho saying that if it happens by itself, then that is okay, but “not to be dishonest.”

Bold text for some keywords are added to help the reader find the more specific references to the technique.

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Weight 1 kg