OSHO Gourishankar Meditation

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tile_meditation_gourishankarThis is a soft centering technique which works on the third eye.
The meditation consists of four stages of fifteen minutes each. The first two stages are preparation for the spontaneous Latihan of the third stage. If the breathing is done correctly in the first stage, the carbon dioxide formed in the bloodstream will make you feel as high as Gourishankar (Mt. Everest)

THE INSTRUCTIONS

First Stage: 15 Minutes
15 minutes – Sit with closed eyes. Inhale deeply through the nose, filling the lungs. Hold the breath for as long as possible; then exhale very gently through the mouth, and keep the lungs empty for as long as possible. Continue this breathing throughout the first stage.

Second Stage: 15 Minutes
Return to normal breathing, keep your body still and relaxed in a sitting position and with your eyes open gaze softly at a candle flame or a flashing (strobe) blue light.
If you use the strobe blue light, the frequency of the flashes should be synchronized with the drumbeats of the music for this stage.from the CD (7 times the average heart beat).

Third Stage 15 Minutes
With closed eyes, slowly get back on your feet with your body loose and receptive. Now move very gently and subtely in whichever way you want, the subtle energies within this “latihan” will move you from within, as if you are a puppet hanging from invisible strings and being pulled in different directions slowly and gracefully.

Fourth Stage 15 Minutes
Close your eyes, lie down, doing nothing, be still.

There is a music CD, that was especially created to accompany this meditation technique. It is released by New Earth records and available through all major online stores.

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