Active Meditations

Meditation is the only way to discover your deathlessness.
Then all fear disappears. All other fears also disappear, because they were just offshoots, branches — maybe gone far away from the roots, but still they were connected with the roots [of the fear of death].

(Osho,  The Invitation, Chapter 7)


Osho active meditations


What are Osho Active Meditations?

Osho Active Meditations are a new way of taking care of both the outer and the inner you. Each programme starts with physical activity such as breathing, shaking, dancing or humming and is followed by relaxation and stillness. This is when meditation can happen – a time to just be aware of your body sensations, thoughts and feelings in a self-accepting way without judgement

How do they work?

Unrelieved tensions block the natural flow of energy in our bodies. This affects our ability to think and the way in which we relate to others. Osho Meditations dissolve these blocks and allow us to become more natural and relaxed.

Who are they for?

Osho Meditations are especially designed for people who want to bring a new quality of ease to their busy, pressured lives. For men and women who not only care about their bodies and their health, but who also like to feel at ease inside. For people who want to become more calm and flexible, without being controlled by the opinions of others.

What tools do I need?

Especially composed music for the different techniques is to accompany the meditations. Contact us for info about how to order the CDs which contain detailed instructions.

Can I do the meditations by myself?

It is recommended to do the meditations for the first time in a group or with someone who has done them before, especially  the Dynamic Meditation. Later on they can be done on your own.

How often should I do the meditations?

Once you have found a meditation that works for you and you enjoy doing, decide to do it for three consecutive days (and stick to it). If after these three days you wish to continue, you can commit yourself for the next three weeks, and later for three months.

Who created them?

Active Meditations have been devised by the modern mystic Osho especially for the modern man.


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You can choose from one of these meditations:

 OSHO Dynamic Meditation

Recommended to be done in the morning, this hour-long method is a powerful way to kick-start your day. It provides an outlet for tension and withheld emotions as well as being a great energy-booster!

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OSHO Kundalini Meditation

With four stages of fifteen minutes each, this method is a gentle yet effective way to release all the accumulated stress of your day.

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OSHO Mandala Meditation

This is another powerful technique that creates a circle of energy, resulting in a natural centring. There are four stages of 15 minutes each.

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OSHO Nadabrahma Meditation

Nadabrahma meditation lasts for one hour and has three stages. It is a sitting method, in which humming and hand movements create an inner balance, a harmony between mind and body. Suitable for any time of the day, have an empty stomach and remain inactive for at least fifteen minutes afterwards.

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OSHO Nataraj Meditation

An easy and natural way to turn in. This method has three stages, and lasts a total of sixty-five minutes. Dance, giving it all you have got.

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OSHO No Dimensions Meditation

This one-hour meditation has three stages. It is based on a Sufi technique of movements for awareness and integration of the body. Because it is a Sufi meditation, it is free and non-serious. In fact it is so non-serious that you can even smile while you are doing it.

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 OSHO Gourishankar Meditation

This technique, for the night, consists of four stages of fifteen minutes each.

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9 thoughts on “Active Meditations”

    1. Hi Alex. Unfortunately we don’t have any listings in North West England. There may be some Osho meditations in Cheshire but we don’t know about them. Please let us know what you find and we can list it on our Places to Meditate directory. Good luck.

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