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Osho eBook: Meditation – The First and Last Freedom (epub; new and revised edition)

 

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Meditation: The First and Last Freedom (new, revised edition)

A Practical Guide to OSHO Meditations
This practical meditation handbook contains an understanding of what meditation is, and gives a wide variety of meditation techniques created by or contemporized by Osho. They include the unique Osho Active Meditations, especially designed to deal with the intensity and stress of living in a world that moves faster by the day and never seems to switch off.
Some of the over eighty techniques require setting time aside, while others integrate meditation into your day-to-day activities. As we acquire the knack, meditation can be our companion wherever we are-at work, at play, at rest. Meditation contains practical, step-by-step guides to a wide variety of meditation techniques selected by and/or created by Osho, including the unique OSHO Active Meditations which deal with the special tensions of contemporary life. Ultimately meditation becomes an undercurrent, – a relaxed alertness, just like your breathing.
 
 
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Osho Media International
1060 kb
978-0-88050-438-6
new and revised edition
    #Part 1: About Meditation
    #1: What Is Meditation
    #2: Misunderstandings about Mediation
    #3: Some Benefits of Meditation
    #4: The Science of Meditation
    #5: Tips for Meditators
    #6: Obstacles to Meditation
    #7: Questions about Meditation
    #Part 2: The Meditations
    #8: OSHO Active Meditations
    #9: OSHO Talks: Silence Shared in Words
    #10: OSHO Evening Meeting Meditation
    #11: OSHO Meditative Therapies
    #12: Breath Meditations
    #13: Chakra Meditations
    #14: Heart Meditations
    #15: Centering Meditations
    #16: Meditations on Light
    #17: Meditating in Darkness
    #18: Meditations on Sound
    #19: The Art of Looking
    #20: Meditations on Touch
    #21: Finding Space Inside
    #22: Emptying the Mind
    #23: Dealing with Feelings
    #24: Letting Go, Death and Dying
    #25: Third-eye Meditations
    #26: Just Sitting
    #27: Laughter as Meditation
    #28: Make Sleep a Meditation
    #29: Anything Can Be a Meditation
    #30: Children and Meditation
    Appendix I: Index of Meditations
    Appendix II: Online Resources and Recommended Reading
 
 
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Excerpt from Chapter 1:

"When you are not doing anything at all – bodily, mentally, on any level – when all activity has ceased and you simply are, just being, that’s what meditation is. You cannot do it, you cannot practice it; you have only to understand it.
"Whenever you can find time for just being and drop all doing…
Thinking is also doing, concentration is also doing, contemplation is also doing. If even for a single moment you are not doing anything and you are just at your center, utterly relaxed – that is meditation. And once you have the knack of it, you can remain in that state as long as you want; finally you can remain in that state twenty-four hours a day.
"Once you have become aware of the way “just being” can remain undisturbed, then slowly you can start doing things, keeping alert that being is not stirred. That is the second part of meditation. First, learning how just to be, and then learning little actions: cleaning the floor, taking a shower, but keeping yourself centered. Then you can do complicated things.
"For example, I am speaking to you, but my meditation is not disturbed. I can go on speaking, but at my very center there is not even a ripple; it is just silent, utterly silent.
"So meditation is not against action. It is not that you have to escape from life. It simply teaches you a new way of life: you become the center of a cyclone.
"Your life goes on, it goes on really more intensely – with more joy, with more clarity, more vision, more creativity – yet you are aloof, just a watcher on the hills, simply seeing all that is happening around you.
"You are not the doer, you are the watcher.
"That’s the whole secret of meditation: you become the watcher. Doing continues on its own level, there is no problem: chopping wood, drawing water from the well. You can do all the small and big things; only one thing is not allowed and that is your centering should not be lost.
"That awareness, that watchfulness, should remain absolutely unclouded, undisturbed." Osho (From Misery to Enlightenment)

Reviews & Testemonials

Up Your Meditation IQ

…with this latest edition of the Osho meditation handbook.
The value of incorporating meditation in one’s life is widely recognized – by medical experts, by business gurus, by top athletes and artists alike.

Lady Gaga:
"I read a lot of Osho’s books… I love his work and what he writes about."

Washington Post:

“Osho advocated meditation for everyone, but his technique was revolutionary, beginning not with stillness and silence but with activity to release pent-up energy and emotions, leading to a state of calmness in which meditation can flourish.
In deze titel Osho spreekt over de volgende onderwerpen:

meditation... freedom... consciousness... guide... compassion... joy... sensitivity... intelligence... creativity...individuality
 

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