Meditation – A non-serious, playful approach!
Many people think of meditation or spirituality as something serious or too ascetic. To some, meditation gives a “holier than thou” feeling. And for others, meditation binds their consciousness to fixed thought patterns or teachings of dhamma. Osho Meditations are designed to break this layer of seriousness, monotony & spiritual ego so that the playful child like self can be brought to life. It is the question of opening your heart instead of being closed in your own ego & spiritual knowledge. Playfulness is a pre-requisite to meditation. Seriousness takes you away from meditation, away from your ownself. It is deeply rooted in our ego & is life negative.
Should I Meditate at home or in a group?
The group energy really helps! Practicing meditations in a group can really help you go much deeper, much faster. When one meditates alone at home initially, one tends to continously move from one thought to the other in a vicious circle of one’s own ego projections. And hence, many people esp. who are new to meditation find an increase in mental activity (rather than a reduction) while trying to meditate alone at home. This is natural & frustrating. And many people stop meditating with a conclusion that it doesn’t really work. But when you meditate in a group, the experience is quite the opposite. You get a real taste of meditation (or relaxation) and reduced mental activity fairly quickly. So start right, find a group that resonates with you and join it.
How Meditation helps?
When you meditate regularly, you can look forward to the following benefits:
- Reduced mental traffic & more peaceful life
- Stay more focused in your day to day work/routine
- Enjoy a more healthier life mentally & physically
- Effective in reducing anxiety & depression
- Better sleep
- And experience a balanced & joyful life
Join Us for Meditation!
Whether you have any urgency to taste your inner nature or feel calm, focussed and centered , this place is for you.
We invite you to try one of our half day events so you can know this is for you or not. Find out about: Regular meditation events