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Meditation: The First and Last Freedom By OSHO

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The most comprehensive guide available to all the Osho Active Meditations, plus a variety of other techniques offered at the Osho Meditation Resort in India, and at Osho meditation events around the world. "The first upgrade to meditation since Buddha’s time." The book has just been re-issued in a more compact and portable format. In addition to dozens of meditation techniques, the book is an invaluable resource for meditators with Osho responses to questions people have encountered along the way. Chapter Titles | INTRODUCTION

|Part 1: ABOUT MEDITATION What is meditation?

Witnessing, the spirit of meditation

The flowering of meditation

The great silence

Growing in sensitivity

Love, the fragrance of meditation

Compassion

Abiding joy for no reason at all

Intelligence: the ability to respond

Aloneness: your self-nature

Your real self

Part 2: THE SCIENCE OF MEDITATION

Methods and Meditations

Techniques are helpful

Begin with effort

These methods are simple

First understand the technique

The right method will click

When to drop the method

Suggestions for beginners

Enough space

The right place

Be comfortable

Begin with catharsis

Guidelines to Freedom

The three essentials

Be playful

Be patient

Don’t look for results

Appreciate unawareness

Machines help

but don’t create meditation

You are not your experiences

Meditation is a knack

Part 3: THE MEDITATIONS THE OSHO® ACTIVE MEDITATIONS , Why active meditation?

Powerful Methods for Awakening

An Energy Phenomenon

OSHO® DYNAMIC MEDITATION: Catharsis and Celebration

Remember, remain a witness

OSHO® KUNDALINI MEDITATION

OSHO® NATARAJ MEDITATION

OSHO® NADABRAHMA MEDITATION

Anything Can Be a Meditation , Running,

Jogging and Swimming

Laughing Meditation

Gibberish Meditation

Smoking Meditation

Breath – a Bridge to Meditation

Vipassana

Throwing things out

Opening the Heart

From head to heart

The heart of peacefulness

Atisha’s Heart Meditation

Inner Centering

Abdullah

Finding the real source

Center of the cyclone

Who am I? , OSHO® WHIRLING MEDITATION

Meditations on Light

Golden Light meditation

Heart of light

Meditations on Darkness

Inner darkness

Meditations in Sound

Aum

Devavani

The center of sound

Finding the Space Within

Enter the clear sky

Include Everything

A meditation for the jet set

Watching with the Third Eye ]

OSHO® GOURISHANKAR MEDITATION , OSHO® MANDALA MEDITATION

Finding the Witness

Touching as a Feather

Just Sitting , Zazen

Just Listening

OSHO® MEDITATIVE THERAPIES

The OSHO® MYSTIC ROSE MEDITATION

The OSHO® NO-MIND MEDITATION

OSHO® BORN AGAIN

OSHO® REMINDING YOURSELF OF THE FORGOTTEN LANGUAGE OF TALKING TO YOUR BODYMIND ,

Part 4: OBSTACLES TO MEDITATION

The two difficulties

The ego

The chattering mind

False methods

Meditation is not concentration

Meditation is not introspection

Tricks of the mind

Don’t be fooled by experiences

Mind can enter again

Mind can deceive you.

Part 5: RESPONSES TO QUESTIONS ABOUT MEDITATION

Only a witness can really dance

The goose has never been in

The watcher on the hill

Where did you leave your bicycle?

Just a 180° turn

All paths merge on the mountain

Celebrating consciousness

Count the moments of awareness

Make things as simple as possible

Witnessing is like sowing seeds

Witnessing is enough

Excerpt from Meditation:

The First and Last Freedom Meditation is a science, not a superstition. Meditation says that if you experiment with your mind -- it is too full of thoughts -- thoughts can be dispersed. The clouds can be dispersed and you can attain to an empty sky of your inner being. And it needs just a little courage, a little effort, a little daring, a little persistence and perseverance. A little patience, yes, but no trust -- you don’t believe in God? That is not a hindrance to meditation. You don’t believe in the soul? That is not a hindrance in meditation. You don’t believe at all? That is not an obstacle. You can meditate, because meditation simply says how to go withinward: whether there is a soul or not doesn’t matter; whether there is a God or not doesn’t matter. One thing is certain: that you are. Whether you will be after death, or not, does not matter. Only one thing matters: right this moment, you are.Who are you? To enter into it is meditation, to go deeper into your own being. Maybe it is just momentary; maybe you are not eternal, maybe death finishes everything. We don’t make any condition that you have to believe, we say only that you have to experiment. Just try. One day it happens: thoughts are not there. And suddenly, when thoughts disappear, the body and you are separate, because thoughts are the bridge. Through thoughts you are joined with the body; it is the link. Suddenly the link disappears -you are there, the body is there, and there is an infinite abyss between the two. Then you know that the body will die but you cannot die. Then it is not something like a dogma; it is not a creed, it is an experience -- self-evident.

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