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Seven day process, two hours daily
One hour gibberish, 
one hour silence and witnessing

The first part is Gibberish
The word “gibberish” comes from a Sufi mystic, Jabbar. Jabbar never spoke any language, he just uttered nonsense. Still he had thousands of disciples because what he was saying was, “Your mind is nothing but gibberish. Put it aside and you will have a taste of your own being. Use gibberish and go consciously crazy. Go crazy with absolute awareness so that you become the center of the cyclone. Simply allow whatever comes, without bothering whether it is meaningful or reasonable. Just throw out all mind garbage and create the space in which the Buddha appears.

The second part is silence and witnessing
The cyclone is gone and has taken you also away. The Buddha has taken its place in absolute silence and immobility. You are just witnessing the body, the mind and anything that is happening.

About No Mind
No-Mind is one of the Meditative Processes that Osho created shortly before leaving his body. Mystic Rose, Born Again and the No-Mind all fall under this category of powerful energy releasing Meditations

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Using the unique and an unusual technique of speaking only Gibberish you can release the stress in your mind and unburden yourself by expressing blocked, repressed energies in a new and original way. You will feel free and liberated. Gibberish when done with absolute intensity, takes us out of our logical mind and into the realms of the mysterious and spiritual. It supports participants to move beyond their usual boundaries of expression and daily structures, to experience a state beyond mind.
People who have particpated in the No-Mind Meditative Therapy around the world report that they have experienced themselves as more open, vulnerable, and centered afterwards, and find they can be much more deeply relaxed and silent during meditation.

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