What is your kundalini? According to Osho, it is the life-force energy located at the base of the spine, and once awakened, it can expand in all directions. Osho kundalini meditation can stimulate it.
The four stages of Osho kundalini meditation
The four stages of kundalini meditation (two active and two passive) are designed to awaken both your body and mind. Each stage lasts about 15 minutes.
Shaking is done to rid your body of any blockages it might hold, both physical and emotional. All you must do is let go. Don’t let your mind control your movements.
Next, you dance. Don’t over think. Don’t worry about looking funny. Just move in a way that feels right and comfortable, allowing your energy to flow freely during the process.
Now, it’s time to move into the passive stages. Like most techniques, sitting during kundalini meditation requires you to close your eyes and be still. By doing this, you are quieting your mind while letting the energy from the active stages flow through.
Finally, it’s time for the last step. Simply lie down and let go of everything, keeping your body still. This is a time of peaceful rest, allowing you to integrate everything that happened in the previous stages.
What’s great about Osho Kundalini Meditation is that you can practice it with people of the same goals and mindset. In fact, you can start now and enroll in one of our classes at Osho Leela Meditation Center.
We are a group of volunteers living by Osho’s teachings, offering daily meditations, group processes, personal growth workshops, and celebrations at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.
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