Introduction. THIS Orange Book is a collection of meditation techniques that Osho has given over the years, together with extracts and quotations from the books. orange book cover. The Orange Download The Orange Book .pdf file) .. Osho talks about the upsurge of energy often felt by people starting Vipassana. The Mustard Seed: My Most Loved Gospel on Jesus, Download in PDF . Content: In this book Osho Rajneesh clarifies in a new and expanded way His world.

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Tekrar tekrar okunabilir tam bir basucu kitabi. Kitap sayesinde gercek meditasyon teknigini ogreniyorsunuz.

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Sizi ic dunyaniza yonlendiren bir kitap. Dec 21, Niel rated it it was amazing. Very handy- very helpful. Sitting silently doing nothing, the spring comes and the grass grows by itself.

You are not pulling the grass upwards; the spring comes and the grass grows by itself. Sep 04, Yashaswi Sharma rated it it was amazing. Lo scrittore ne parla all'inizio, alcune tecniche mi sembrano quasi surreali, non realizzabili. Aug 24, Anna rated it really liked it. Nov 28, Aziz rated it it was ok. This is my first book on meditation and I have to say I didn't benefit from it. Normal people won't be able to do a lot of meditation techniques illustrated in the book.

The book doesn't explain the purpose of the techniques and that makes me wonder why would I have to practice them. View 2 comments. Nov 04, Andy Lawless rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Many types of meditation included in the book.

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Readers Also Enjoyed. About Osho. During his lifetime he was viewed as a controversial new religious movement leader and mystic. In the s he traveled throughout India as a public speaker and was a vocal critic of socialism, Mahatma Gandhi, and Hindu religious orthodoxy. Rajneesh emphasized the Rajneesh born Chandra Mohan Jain, 11 December — 19 January and latter rebranded as Osho was leader of the Rajneesh movement.

Rajneesh emphasized the importance of meditation, mindfulness, love, celebration, courage, creativity and humor—qualities that he viewed as being suppressed by adherence to static belief systems, religious tradition and socialization.

In advocating a more open attitude to human sexuality he caused controversy in India during the late s and became known as "the sex guru". In , Rajneesh spent time in Mumbai initiating followers known as "neo-sannyasins". During this period he expanded his spiritual teachings and commented extensively in discourses on the writings of religious traditions, mystics, and philosophers from around the world.

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In Rajneesh relocated to Pune, where an ashram was established and a variety of therapies, incorporating methods first developed by the Human Potential Movement, were offered to a growing Western following. In , the Rajneesh movement's efforts refocused on activities in the United States and Rajneesh relocated to a facility known as Rajneeshpuram in Wasco County, Oregon.

Almost immediately the movement ran into conflict with county residents and the state government, and a succession of legal battles concerning the ashram's construction and continued development curtailed its success. In , in the wake of a series of serious crimes by his followers, including a mass food poisoning attack with Salmonella bacteria and an aborted assassination plot to murder U.

Attorney Charles H. Turner, Rajneesh alleged that his personal secretary Ma Anand Sheela and her close supporters had been responsible. Thinkof meditation an adventure this Orange as and Bookas yourguide. T a n a l c h e m yh a tt a k e sp l a c ew h e nw e m e e ta n t enlightened Master; intuitive an recognition bornrn is us that. So the Masrer that acts as a catalyst awakenin us a trustin ourserves, to i n o u r o w n f l o w e r i n g.

E a c ho f u s i s u n i q u ea n df o r s , each of us thereis a different method going for InwardS. He has givenus a perspective from whichwe can see and choosefroma multiplicity of methods. Whateverworks,whatever Increases awareness, used- whether be our is it ancientyogicexercises the latest or therapy from California his own uniquemethods. The Institutes offera wide range of workshops coursesthat are basedon the and radicalunderstanding behindhis teachings. Bhagwan said: "Thiswholelifeis a challenge growth.

Meditation is a state of pure consciousness with no conrenr. Gdinarily, your consciousness too full of is rubbish, jusr like a mirror coveredwith dust. Even when vou are asleeprhe mind is firnctioning, it is dreaming. It is preparing for the next day; an underground preparation is going on. This is the state of no meditation.


Just the opposite is meditation. And 1r r:l:r rhing is to know what rj::arttrn is. I cannot sav to you that you should do nJrration, I can only explain to you rhat it is. If you understandme, you rrll be in meditation; there is no should me, you rr rr. If vou don't understand r-rll not be in meditation.

And 1'ou cannot find meditation through the :und, because mind will perpetuate itself. You can find rredimtion only by putting the mind aside, by being cml, indifferent, unidentified with the mind; by seeing the mind pass,but not getting identified with it, not thinking that I am it.

When the awareness you, slowly slowly, a Gw moments arrive - moments of silence, moments of pure space, moments of transparency, moments when nothing stirs in you and everything is still.

In those still moments you will know who you are, and you will know the mystery of this existence. The range Book I A day comes, a day of great blessings,when meditation becomesyour natural state. Mind is something unnatural; it never becomes your natural state. It is a paradiselost, but the paradise can be regained. And, l" Fr slowly slowly, he losescontact with his own innocence.

He becomes contaminated,polluted by the society. All that is needed is to regain that space once more. And that feeling is true: ", you have knoun it before.

The diamond is lost in piles of rubbish. But if you. It cannor really be lost: it can only be forgotten.

We are bom as meditators, then we 1. But our real nature remains hidden somewhere deep down like an undercurrent. Any day, a little digging, and you will find the source still'flowing, rhe sourceof fresh waters. And the greatestjoy in life is to find it. There is duality. In meditationthere is nobody inside and nothing outside. It is not concentration. There is no division betweenthe rn and the out. The in goeson flowing into the out, the out goeson flowing into the in.

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The demarcation, the boundary, the border, no longer exists. The in is out, the out is in; it is a non-dual consciousness.

Concentration is a dual consciousness: that's why concentration createstiredness;that's why when you concentrate you feel exhausted. And you cannot concentrate for twenty-four hours, you will have to take holidays to rest. Meditation doesnot tire, meditation doesnot exhaustyou.

Meditation can becomea twenty,four hour thing - day i. Ir can becomeetemiry. It is relaxation itself. Concentration is an act, a willed act.

Meditation is a stateof no will, a state of inaction. It is relaxation. One has simply dropped inro one's own being, and tha.

In conlentration the mind functions out of a conclusion: you are doing something. Concentration comesout of the past. In medirationthere is no conclusionbehind it. It has no pastto it, it is uncontaminatedby the past. It has no firture to it, it is pure of all filture. It is what Lao Tzu has called wei-wu-r. It is what Zen masters have been saying: Sitting silently doing nothing, the spring comesand th.

Remember,'by itself - norhing is being done. Meditation is in the present, pure present. Meditation is immediacy.But the mirror is still there. And listening is not a doing. Sometimesyou will feel like vomiting.

Is anybody ready to download it? Sitting silently, just start watching your breath.

Bring yorn kneesup as h. Choose two and just try them for a few weela. It can happen only when you are in a tremendous surrender.

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