Various meditations are done between morning 6 AM and evening 8 PM.
Dynamic Meditation : 6:00 AM
Osho’s most popular active meditation and is best done at sunrise. It can be done in a group or alone, but the energy will be more powerful if it is done with others.
Nadabrahma Meditation : 7:30 AM
An ancient Tibetan Buddhist technique which is best done on an empty stomach with eyes closed.
Dance Meditation : 11:30 AM
Dance is an inseparable part of Osho’s vision of a celebrating humanity.
“I have invariably included dance in my methods of meditation, because there is nothing more miraculous for meditation than dancing. If you dance fully, if you dance totally, then in that dance your being comes out of the body. The body will go on moving in rhythm but you will experience that you are out of the body. And then your real dance begins: below, the body will go on dancing: above, you will dance. You will become Nataraj, the king of dance.”
We offer some of the well known Osho’s meditations based on dance like Nataraj Meditation, No-Dimension Meditation and Sufi Whirling.
Kundalini Meditation : 4:30 PM
As the name implies, this meditation moves very potent energies within the meditator. Just as it is good to do the Dynamic at sunrise, this beautiful “sister” meditation is best done at sunset.
The Evening Meeting : 6:30 PM
The highlight of the day is this evening meeting better called as the “Osho White Robe Brotherhood”. It involves celebration, dance, and silence – a unique opportunity to experience ‘effortless awareness’. “Something is experienced in this gathering which no one has been able to define. This is the highest peak of the whole day’s working, meditation or doing groups.”
“Meditation has a few essential things in it, whatever the method, but those few essentials are necessary in every method. The first is a relaxed state: no fight with the mind, no control of the mind, no concentration. Second, just watching with a relaxed awareness whatever is going on, without any interference – just watching the mind, silently without any judgment, any evaluation. These are the three things: relaxation, watching, no judgment.” – Osho