A cup of meditation

Are you a busy professional? Is your schedule so packed that you can’t find time for meditation?
For most of us today, finding a moment of silence, a moment for meditation seems nearly impossible.
We are constantly on the move, unable to spare the time for a meditation routine.
We get carried away by the demands of life and there seems to be no time to connect with our inner self.
Today I’m talking about a simple solution Osho has given us.
You can do it any time of the day and wherever you are. It has just two steps.
The first step: Relax the breathing. No need to relax your whole body; just sit wherever you are – on a train, in a car, or on a plane. Just relax the breathing system. Let it be as when it is functioning naturally. Nobody will become aware that you are doing something.
Step two, close your eyes and watch the breathing going in, coming out, going in. Simply relax and watch the breathing.
In that watching, nothing is excluded. The car is humming — perfectly okay, accept it. The traffic is passing; that’s okay, part of life. The fellow passenger snoring by your side — accept it. Nothing is rejected. You are not to narrow down your consciousness.
As Osho says, there is no need to do it for twenty-four hours. Just a cup of meditation will do!
“There is no need to do it for twenty-four hours. Just a cup of meditation will do! No need to drink the whole river. Just a cup of tea will do,” Osho says.
Make it as easy as possible. Easy is right. Make it as natural as possible.
Just remember this technique the next time you feel you don’t have time for meditation. You can always carry your meditation wherever you are.
At Osho Himalayas, we wish to make meditation a part of everyone’s daily life. Stay connected for more such posts about meditation.

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