The Osho International Meditation Resort offers a variety of meditations for every type of person, including methods that are active and passive, traditional and revolutionary, and in particular, the Osho Active MeditationsTM. They happen every day in the world's largest meditation hall, the Osho Auditorium.
6:00 am Osho Dynamic Meditation
A five-stage meditation consisting of deep breathing, catharsis, grounding and centering, silence, and celebration.
7:30 am Morning Audio Meditation
9:00 am A different meditation every week. OSHO Nataraj Meditation, OSHO Mandala Meditation, OSHO Whirling Meditation, OSHO No Dimensions Meditation, OSHO Chakra Breathing Meditation, Laughter Meditation, or Laughing Drums.
10:30 am OSHO Vipassana Meditation
12:00 pm A different meditation each day. OSHO Nataraj Meditation, OSHO Mandala Meditation, OSHO Whirling Meditation, OSHO No Dimensions Meditation, OSHO Chakra Breathing Meditation, Laughter Meditation, or Laughing Drums.
3:00 pm OSHO Nadabrahma Meditation
A healing and centering meditation that involves humming and soft movements.
4:15 pm OSHO Kundalini Meditation
A four-part meditation including vigorous shaking of the body, celebrative dance, and silent witnessing.
6:40 pm Evening Meditation Meeting
High-energy dance followed by sitting with intermittent music, and continuing with an Osho video.
Go to the Introduction of OSHO Active MeditationsTM
OSHO Active MeditationsTM - Dynamic, Kundalini, Nataraj, Nadabrahma, Mandala, Whirling, No Dimensions and Chakra Breathing are all accompanied by specially-created music. These meditation tapes and CDs, with complete instructions for the meditations, are available through our online store.
"Don't try to be passive. How can you try to be passive? You can sit like a Buddha, but that passivity will just be skin-deep. Deep down you will be in a turmoil, you will be boiling, a volcano - you can erupt any moment.... People sit in Zazen for years...just trying to make the mind silent, and it goes on working, goes on working, goes on working.
"Hence my emphasis on active meditations. That's a balance. First be active, so totally that passivity follows automatically. When you have been active and the whole energy has moved, you would like to rest." Osho