This Meditation involves soft gazing, soft and spontaneous movement, and silent stillness
OSHO GOURISHANKAR MEDITATION
Osho says that if the breathing is done correctly in the first stage of this meditation, the carbon dioxide formed in the bloodstream will make you feel as high as Gourishankar, Mt. Everest. This “high” is carried into the subsequent stages of soft gazing, soft and spontaneous movement, and silent stillness.
THE MEDITATION LASTS ONE HOUR AND HAS FOUR STAGES.
The meditation is to be done with its specific OSHO Gourishankar Meditation music, which indicates and energetically supports the different stages.
First Stage: 15 Minutes
Sit with closed eyes. Inhale deeply through the nose, filling the lungs. Hold the breath for as long as possible, then exhale gently through the mouth and keep the lungs empty for as long as possible. Continue this breathing cycle throughout the first stage.
Second Stage: 15 Minutes
Return to normal breathing and with a gentle gaze look at a flashing blue light or a candle flame. Keep your body still.
Third Stage: 15 Minutes
With closed eyes, stand up and let your body be loose and receptive. The subtle energies will be felt to move the body outside your normal control. Allow this “Latihan” to happen. Don’t do the moving: let moving happen, gently and gracefully.
Fourth Stage: 15 Minutes
Lie down with closed eyes, silent and still.
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Pathankot is the nearest broad-gauge rail station, which is about a three-hour drive in a cab. Kangra Mandir is the nearest narrow-gauge rail station, about an hour’s drive away.
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