OSHO Prayer Meditation ®
About the meditation:
In this meditation you can experience prayer as an energy phenomenon, not a devotion to God but a merging, an opening. This merging with energy is prayer. It changes you. A new élan, a new life will start penetrating you.
It is best to do the meditation at night, in a darkened room, and going to sleep immediately afterward; or it can be done in the morning, but it must then be followed by fifteen minutes rest. This rest is necessary, otherwise you will feel as if you are drunk, in a stupor.
The meditation is to be done with its specific OSHO Prayer Meditation music, which energetically supports it.
You can find link for the music below.
One stage with cycles of two parts: approximately 20 minutes
Kneel, raised up on your knees, eyes closed. Raise both your arms toward the sky, the palms of your hands uppermost, head up toward the sky, just feeling existence flowing in you. As the energy or prana flows down your arms you will feel a gentle tremor. Be like a leaf in a breeze, trembling – allow it, help it. Then let your whole body vibrate with energy, and just let whatever happens happen.
After two to three minutes or whenever you feel completely filled, lean down to the earth, resting your forehead on the ground. You simply become a vehicle to allow the divine energy to unite with that of the earth.
You feel a flowing with the earth again. Earth and heaven, above and below, yin and yang, male and female – you float, you mix, you drop yourself completely. You are not. You become one, you merge.
These two stages should be repeated six more times so that each of the chakras or energy centers can become unblocked. More times can be done, but if you do less you will feel restless and unable to sleep.
Osho explains about this meditation:
“By the morning, you will feel fresher than you have ever felt before, more vital than you have ever felt before. A new élan, a new life will start penetrating you, and the whole day you will feel full of new energy; a new vibe, a new song in your heart, and a new dance in your step.”
“This merging with energy is prayer. It changes you. And when you change, the whole existence changes because with your attitude, the whole existence changes for you. Not that the existence is changing – existence remains the same – but now you are flowing with it, there is no antagonism. There is no fight, no struggle; you are surrendered to it.”