“If one can learn how to listen rightly, one has learned the deepest secret of meditation.”
The essential function of the Osho talks is to provide an easily accessible way of learning this art of listening. An opportunity to experience, “silence with no effort,” the key to bringing sharpened awareness to your daily life. Whether you want to listen quietly at home, or while commuting to work, or sitting in the park, never has meditation been more simple, or more widely available to anyone anywhere.
Once you have selected an Osho talk, make yourself comfortable, relax and, in your own time, allow your eyes to close.

The purpose of these talks:
“The way I talk is a little strange. No speaker in the world talks like me. Technically it is wrong; it takes almost double the time! But those speakers have a different purpose – my purpose is absolutely different from theirs. They speak because they are prepared for it; they are simply repeating something that they have rehearsed. Secondly, they are speaking to impose a certain ideology, a certain idea on you. Thirdly, to them speaking is an art; they go on refining it.

As far as I am concerned, I am not what they call a speaker or an orator. It is not an art to me or a technique; technically I go on becoming worse every day! But our purposes are totally different. I don´t want to impress you in order to manipulate you. I don´t speak for any goal to be achieved through convincing you. I don´t speak to convert you into a Christian, into a Hindu or a Mohammedan, into a theist or an atheist. These are not my concerns.

My speaking is really one of my devices for meditation. Speaking has never been used this way: I speak not to give you a message, but to stop your mind functioning.

I speak nothing prepared. I don´t know myself what is going to be the next word; hence I never make any mistake. One makes a mistake if one is prepared. I never forget anything, because one forgets if one has been remembering it. So I speak with a freedom that perhaps nobody has ever spoken with.

I am not concerned whether I am consistent, because that is not the purpose. A man who wants to convince you and manipulate you through his speaking has to be consistent, has to be logical, has to be rational, to overpower your reason. He wants to dominate through words.

My purpose is so unique: I am using words just to create silent gaps. The words are not important so I can say anything contradictory, anything absurd, anything unrelated, because my purpose is just to create gaps. The words are secondary; the silences between those words are primary. This is simply a device to give you a glimpse of meditation. And once you know that it is possible for you, you have traveled far in the direction of your own being.

Most of the people in the world don´t think that it is possible for mind to be silent. Because they don´t think it is possible, they don´t try. How to give people a taste of meditation was my basic reason to speak, so I can go on speaking eternally; it does not matter what I am saying. All that matters is that I give you a few chances to be silent, which you find difficult on your own in the beginning.

I cannot force you to be silent, but I can create a device in which spontaneously you are bound to be silent. I am speaking, and in the middle of a sentence, when you were expecting another word to follow, nothing follows but a silent gap. Your mind was looking to listen, and waiting for something to follow, and does not want to miss it – naturally it becomes silent. What can the poor mind do? If it was well known at what points I will be silent, if it was declared to you that on such and such points I will be silent, then you could manage to think; you would not be silent. Then you know: ‘This is the point where he is going to be silent; now I can have a little chit-chat with myself.’ But because it comes absolutely suddenly…. I don´t know myself why at certain points I stop.

Anything like this, in any orator in the world, will be condemned, because an orator stopping again and again means he is not well prepared, he has not done the homework. It means that his memory is not reliable, that he cannot find, sometimes, what word to use. But because it is not oratory, I am not concerned about the people who will be condemning me – I am concerned with you.
It is not only here, but far away…anywhere in the world where people will be listening to the video or to the audio, they will come to the same silence. My success is not to convince you, my success is to give you a real taste so that you can become confident that meditation is not a fiction, that the state of no-mind is not just a philosophical idea, that it is a reality; that you are capable of it, and that it does not need any special qualifications.

With me, to be silent is easier because of one other reason. I am silent; even while I am speaking I am silent. My innermost being is not involved at all. What I am saying to you is not a disturbance or a burden or a tension to me; I am as relaxed as one can be. Speaking or not speaking does not make any difference to me.

Naturally, this kind of state is infectious. 
Because I cannot go on speaking the whole day to keep you in meditative moments, I want you to become responsible. Accepting that you are capable of being silent will help you when you are meditating alone. Knowing your capacity…and one comes to know one´s capacity only when one experiences it. There is no other way.

Don´t make me wholly responsible for your silence, because that will create a difficulty for you. Alone, what are you going to do? Then it becomes a kind of addiction, and I don´t want you to be addicted to me. I don´t want to be a drug to you.
I want you to be independent and confident that you can attain these precious moments on your own. 

If you can attain them with me, there is no reason why you cannot attain them without me, because I am not the cause. You have to understand what is happening: listening to me, you put your mind aside.

Listening to the ocean, or listening to the thundering of the clouds, or listening to the rain falling heavily, just put your ego aside, because there is no need… The ocean is not going to attack you, the rain is not going to attack you, the trees are not going to attack you – there is no need of any defense. To be vulnerable to life as such, to existence as such, you will be getting these moments continuously. Soon it will become your very life.”
Osho, The Invitation, Talk #14

“And listening to sounds will be very helpful. Not to any sound in particular, because that becomes a concentration. Mm? this noise of the train… the traffic, some dog starts barking… an airplane passes by; all have to be accepted. Not that you have to concentrate on any sound – listen to all sounds from everywhere. You have just to be alert, listening, with no choice. That will help you immensely and that will become your meditation.”
Osho, Only Losers Can Win in This Game, Chapter 6

“Start listening to sounds, let music be your meditation. Listen to the sounds, all kinds of sounds. They are all divine – even the market noise, even the sounds that are created in the traffic. This airplane, that train, all sounds have to be listened to so attentively and silently and lovingly… as if you are listening to music. And you will be surprised: you can transform all sounds into music; they are music. All that is needed is our attitude: if we are resistant, the sound becomes noise; if we are receptive, loving, the sound becomes music. The same thing can be noise to somebody and to somebody else, music. If you have not heard Indian classical music it will be just noise. If you love it and you have sympathy for it, it is just out of this world, it is of the beyond. People in the East who are not acquainted with the Western music think this is just crazy noise. Whenever you don’t fall in tune with something it becomes noise; when you fall in tune with it, when you start vibrating with it, when there is a harmony between you and it, it becomes music. And great is the joy when you can convert all sounds into music. Then your whole life starts becoming a rhythm.”
Osho, Don’t Bite My Finger, Look Where I’m Pointing, Chapter 16

The Chakra Sounds meditation is a very soft way to activate and harmonize the energy centers of the body, working with the vibrations of musical sound.
The music was recorded during a live performance of musicians and singers working very closely with the makers of the meditation. In this way, the music not only uses the exact sounds which will activate each chakra, but also musically illustrates the character of each individual center.
The meditator is advised to sing along and harmonize with the music. Singing “aw” (to rhyme with the English word “jaw”) will help the sound to vibrate inside the body and increase the effect of the meditation.
This meditation technique uses sounds that the meditator generates through his voice. The sounds open and harmonize the chakras and bring awareness to them. In this meditation you can drop into a deep and peaceful, inner silence. Producing the sound with your voice as well as listening to it inside attunes your being and creates a harmony between body mind and soul.
This meditation can be done at any time and is best done on an empty stomach.

The Instructions

First stage 45 minutes music
Stand, sit comfortably, or lie down if you prefer. Keep your back straight and your body loose. Breathe into your belly rather than your chest. The sounds should be made with your mouth open and your jaw loose, keeping your mouth open the whole time.
Close your eyes and listen to the music; if you wish, start making sounds in the first chakra. You can make a single tone or you can vary the tone. Let the music guide you; however, you can be creative with your own sounds. While listening to the sound of the music or the sounds that you make, feel the sounds pulsating in the very center of your chakra, even if it seems to be imagination at first.
Osho has suggested that we can use the imagination in “becoming attuned to something that is already there”. So keep doing the meditation even if it feels like you may be imagining the chakras. With awareness your imagination can lead you to an experience of the inner vibrations of each center.
After making sounds in the first chakra, you will hear the tones change to a higher pitch – this is the indication to listen and feel sounds in the second chakra. If you wish, you can continue making sounds also. This process is repeated all the way up to the seventh chakra.
As you move from chakra to chakra, let your sounds become higher in pitch. After listening to and making sounds in the seventh chakra, the tones will descend one at a time down through all the chakras. As you hear the tones go down, listen and make sounds in each chakra. Feel the inside of your body becoming hollow like a bamboo flute, allowing the sounds to resonate from the top of your head down to the very base of your trunk. At the end of the sequence, you will hear a pause before the next sequence starts. This upward and downward movement of sound will be repeated three times for a total of approximately 45 minutes.
´After you have become familiar with the meditation, you can add another dimension to it through visualization. Be open to allowing visual images to appear in your imagination as you focus on each chakra. There is no need to create images, just be receptive to any which may come. The images could be colors, patterns or scenes of nature. What comes to your awareness may be visual, or it may be more natural for you to have a thought rather than a visual image. For example, you may think “gold” or you may see color in your imagination.´ OSHO

Second stage 15 minutes silence

After the last sound sequence, remain sitting or lying down in silence with closed eyes. Remain in silence and don’t focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware of and watch whatever is happening within. Be relaxed and remain a witness, not judging it.
’Music is a very subtle meditation. The seven notes of music are concerned with the seven chakras of the body and each chakra has its own note. If you concentrate on that chakra, you will start hearing that note arising within your body. The second chakra has two notes, the third, three. One is important, the other two are just part of it but create a harmony. It goes on becoming a greater harmony, rising higher with each chakra. On the seventh chakra it is an orchestra.
Each chakra has its own form, its own music, its own taste, its own smell. The deeper you move inside yourself, the more you find the whole world, because if it is not within you, you cannot see it without either. Something is needed to correspond.’ OSHO

Devavani meditation lasts for one hour. There are four stages of 15 minutes each. Keep your eyes closed throughout. Devavani is the “divine voice” which moves and speaks through the meditator, who becomes an empty vessel, a channel. This meditation is a Latihan of the tongue. It relaxes the conscious mind so deeply that, when done last thing at night, it is sure to be followed by a profound sleep.

First Stage: 15 minutes
Sit quietly, while the music is playing.

Second Stage: 15 minutes
Start making nonsense sounds, for example “la la la” and continue until unfamiliar word-like sounds arise. These sounds need to come from the unfamiliar part of the brain used as a child, before words were learned. Allow a gentle conversational intonation; do not cry or shout, laugh or scream.

Third Stage: 15 minutes
Stand up and continue to speak, allowing your body to move softly in harmony with the sounds. If your body is relaxed the subtle energies will create a Latihan outside your control.

Fourth Stage: 15 minutes
Lie down. Be silent and still.

“Whirling is one of the most ancient techniques, one of the most forceful. It is so deep that even a single experience can make you totally different. Whirl with open eyes, just like small children go on twirling, as if your inner being has become a center and your whole body has become a wheel, moving, a potter’s wheel, moving. You are in the center, but the whole body is moving.” Osho

First Stage: 45 minutes
Keep your eyes open and feel the center point of your body. Lift your arms to shoulder height, with the right hand palm up and the left hand low, palm down. Start turning around your own axis. Let your body be soft. Start slowly and after 15 minutes gradually go faster and faster. You become a whirlpool of energy – the periphery a storm of movement but the witness at the center silent and still.

Second Stage: 15 minutes
Let your body fall to the ground when the music stops. (it may already have happened before.) Roll onto your stomach immediately so that your navel is in contact with the earth. Feel your body blending into the earth. Keep your eyes closed and remain passive and silent.

There are hundreds of methods of meditation, but perhaps Vipassana has a unique status; just the same way as there have been thousands of mystics, but Gautam Buddha has a uniqueness of his own. In many ways he is incomparable. In many ways he has done more for humanity than anybody else. In many ways his search for truth was more sincere, more authentic than anybody else’s.
The meaning – the literal meaning – of the word Vipassana is “to look,” and the metaphorical meaning is “to watch, to witness.”
Gautam Buddha has chosen a meditation that can be called the essential meditation. All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part; it cannot be avoided. Buddha has deleted everything else and kept only the essential part – to witness.
When you have become perfectly watchful of your body, mind and heart, then you cannot do anything more, then you have to wait. When perfection is complete on these three steps, the fourth step happens on its own accord as a reward. Suddenly your life force, your witnessing, enters into the very center of your being.
You have come home. Osho – The Rebel

The Instructions

Vipassana can be done in three ways. The first is: awareness of your actions, your body, your mind, your heart. Walking, you should walk with awareness. Moving your hand, you should move with awareness, knowing perfectly that you are moving the hand. You can move it without any consciousness, like a mechanical thing…you are on a morning walk; you can go on walking without being aware of your feet. 
Be alert of the movements of your body. While eating, be alert to the movements that are needed for eating. Taking a shower, be alert to the coolness that is coming to you, the water falling on you and the tremendous joy of it — just be alert. It should not go on happening in an unconscious state.
And the same about your mind. Whatever thought passes on the screen of your mind, just be a watcher. Whatever emotion passes on the screen of your heart, just remain a witness — don’t get involved, don’t get identified, don’t evaluate what is good, what is bad; that is not part of your meditation.

The second form is breathing, becoming aware of breathing. As the breath goes in, your belly starts rising up, and as the breath goes out, your belly starts settling down again. So the second method is to be aware of the belly: its rising and falling. Just the very awareness of the belly rising and falling…and the belly is very close to the life sources because the child is joined with the mother’s life through the navel. Behind the navel is his life’s source. So, when the belly rises up, it is really the life energy, the spring of life that is rising up and falling down with each breath. That too is not difficult and perhaps maybe even easier because it is a single technique. 
In the first, you have to be aware of the body, you have to be aware of the mind, you have to be aware of your emotions, moods. So it has three steps. The second approach has a single step: just the belly, moving up and down. And the result is the same. As you become more aware of the belly, the mind becomes silent, the heart becomes silent, the moods disappear.
And the third is to be aware of the breath at the entrance, when the breath goes in through your nostrils. Feel it at that extreme — the other polarity from the belly — feel it from the nose. The breath going in gives a certain coolness to your nostrils. Then the breath going out…breath going in…breath going out.

Find a reasonably comfortable and alert position to sit for 40 to 60 minutes. Back and head should be straight, eyes closed and breathing normal. Stay as still as possible, only changing position if it is really necessary. 
While sitting, the primary object is to be watching the rise and fall of the belly, slightly above the navel, caused by breathing in and out. It is not a concentration technique, so while watching the breath, many other things will take your attention away. Nothing is a distraction in vipassana, so when something else comes up, stop watching the breath, pay attention to whatever is happening until it’s possible to go back to your breath. This may include thoughts, feelings, judgments, body sensations, impressions from the outside world, etc.
It is the process of watching that is significant, not so much what you are watching, so remember not to become identified with whatever comes up; questions or problems may just be seen as mysteries to be enjoyed!
Vipassana walk
This is a slow, ordinary walk based on the awareness of the feet touching the ground.
You can walk in a circle or a line of 10 to 15 steps going back and forth, inside or out of doors. Eyes should be lowered on the ground a few steps ahead. While walking, the attention should go to the contact of each foot as it touches the ground. If other things arise, stop paying attention to the feet, notice what else too your attention and then return to the feet.
It is the same technique as in sitting — but watching a different primary object. You can walk for 20 to 30 minutes.
Watching the gap
When your breath comes in, observe. For a single moment or a thousandth part of a moment, there is no breathing — before it turns up, before it turns outward. One breath comes in; then there is a certain point and breathing stops. Then the breathing goes out. When the breath goes out, then again for a single moment, or a part of a moment, breathing stops. Then breathing comes in.
 Before the breath is turning in or turning out, there is a moment when you are not breathing. In that moment the happening is possible, because when you are not breathing you are not in the world.

Understand this: when you are not breathing you are dead; you are still, but dead. But the moment is of such a short duration, you never observe it.
Breath coming in is rebirth; breath going out is death. The outgoing breath is synonymous with death; the incoming breath is synonymous with life. So with each breath you are dying and being reborn. The gap between the two is of a very short duration, but keen, sincere observation and attention will make you feel the gap. Then nothing else is needed. You are blessed. You have known; the thing has happened.
You are not to train the breath. Leave it just as it is. Why such a simple technique? It looks so simple. Such a simple technique to know the truth? To know the truth means to know that which is neither born nor dies, to know that eternal element which always is. You can know the breath going out, you can know the breath coming in, but you never know the gap between the two.
Try it. Suddenly you will get the point — and you can get it: it is already there. Nothing is to be added to you or to your structure: it is already there. Everything is already there except a certain awareness. So how to do this?

First, become aware of the breath coming in. Watch it. Forget everything: just watch breath coming in — the very passage. When the breath touches your nostrils, feel it there. Then let the breath move in. Move with the breath fully conscious. When you are going down, down, down with the breath, do not miss the breath. Do not go ahead; do not follow behind. Just go with it. Remember this: do not go ahead; do not follow it like a shadow. Be simultaneous with it.
Breath and consciousness should become one. The breath goes in; you go in. Only then will it be possible to get the point which is between two breaths. It will not be easy.
Move in with the breath, then move out with the breath: in-out, in-out. Buddha tried particularly to use this method, so this method has become a Buddhist method. In Buddhist terminology it is known as ‘Anapanasati Yoga’. And Buddha’s enlightenment was based on this technique — only this.
If you go on practicing breath consciousness, breath awareness, suddenly, on day without knowing, you will come to the interval. As your awareness will become keen and deep and intense, as your awareness will become bracketed — the whole world is bracketed out; only your breath coming in or going out is your world, the whole arena for your consciousness — suddenly you are bound to feel the gap in which there is no breath.

When you are moving with breath minutely, when there is no breath, how can you remain unaware? You will suddenly become aware that there is no breath, and the moment will come when you will feel that the breath is neither going out nor coming in. The breath has stopped completely. In that stopping, “the benediction.”
Watching the gap in the marketplace
Whatsoever you are doing, keep your attention in the gap between the two breaths. But it must be practiced while in activity.
We have discussed the technique that is just similar. Now there is only this difference, that this has to be practiced while in worldly activity. This practice is to be done while you are doing something else. You are eating: go on eating, and be attentive to the gap. You are walking: go on walking and be attentive to the gap. You are going to sleep: lie down, let sleep come. But you go on being attentive to the gap.
Why in activity? Because activity distracts the mind. Activity calls your attention again and again. Do not be distracted. Be fixed at the gap, and do not stop activity; let the activity continue. You will have two layers of existence — doing and being.
We have two layers of existence: the world of doing and the world of being, the circumference and the center. Go on working on the periphery, on the circumference; do not stop it. But go on working attentively on the center also.

What will happen? You activity will become an acting, as if you are playing a part. If this method is practiced, your whole life will become a long drama. You will be an actor playing roles, but constantly centered in the gap. If you forget the gap, then you are not playing roles; you have become the role. Then it is not a drama. You have mistaken it as life. That is what we have done. Everyone thinks he is living life. It is not life. It is just a role — a part which has been given to you by society, by circumstances, by culture, by tradition, by the country, the situation. You have been given a role. You are playing it; you have become identified with it. To break that identification, use technique.
This technique is just to make yourself a psychodrama — just a play. You are focused in the gap between two breaths, and life moves on, on the periphery. If you attention is at the center, then you attention is not really on the periphery; that is just ‘sub-attention’. It just happens somewhere near your attention. You can feel it, you can know it, but is not significant. It is as if it not happening to you.

I will repeat this; if you practice this technique, your whole life will be as if it is not happening to you — as if it it’s happening to someone else.
From Osho, Meditation: The First and Last Freedom, Pg. 69-73

A powerful cathartic technique that creates a circle of energy for natural centering.
“The mind is a mandala, a circle. If you watch, you become aware of the vicious circle of the mind. Again and again it brings the same emotions – the same anger, the same hatred, the same greed, the same ego. And you are just a victim. Becoming aware of the mind, you break the circle, you are no more identified with the mind.” Osho

The Instructions

1st Stage 15 minutes
With eyes wide open start running on the spot. Bring your knees up as high as possible. Start slowly and gradually and then become faster and faster. Breath into your belly and allow the breath to go deeper and deeper. Be total and keep running!

2nd Stage 15 minutes
With eyes closed sit on the floor and cross your legs. Feel the ground below you, then start letting your upper body pivot from the navel in all directions back and forth, left and right and around and around, like a reed swaying in the wind. This will center your energy at the navel.

3rd Stage 15 minutes
With eyes open lie down on the floor. Relax the jaw and neck and let your mouth drop open, with breath soft and even.Then rotate your eyeballs in their sockets as if following the fastmoving hand on a giant clock above you. Let your eyes circle around widely and smoothly. This will bring a centered clarity to the third eye.

4th Stage 15 minutes
Close your eyes, lie down and be still.
”Meditation is a state of being where a person is sufficient unto himself. You have become a circle, a mandala. A deep relationship with your own inner circle has been regained. You have become one. The mandala is complete.” Osho

This meditation enables you to become aware of and experience the seven chakras. The meditation is active and uses deep rapid breathing and body movements, accompanied by musical sounds to open and bring awareness and vitality to the chakras.

The Instructions

First Stage 45 minutes
Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Let your body be loose and relaxed. Close your eyes and with mouth open, inhale and exhale deeply and rapidly into the first chakra. Imagine the inhalation travelling to the pelvic region of the body, where the first chakra is located. Exhale rapidly. Breathe into the first chakra until you hear a bell, which indicates to start breathing into the second chakra. Each time you hear a bell, move this deep rapid breathing up to the next chakra. As you breathe up from chakra to chakra, your breathing should become more rapid and more gentle, so that you are taking about twice as many breaths in the seventh chakra as you were in the first. You can move, shake, tilt, stretch, or do any slight movement that will support the breathing but the feet should remain planted firmly on the floor to help grounding.
Allow your feet, knees, hips and other joints to become like springs so that once you set the breathing and body into motion, the movement will become continuous and effortless. Let your awareness remain primarily with the sensations of the chakras, rather than with the breathing or the body movement.
After the seventh chakra, you will hear three bells. Now let your breathing turn and slowly fall back through all seven chakras down to the first chakra. Let the energy flow down by itself to include the entire spectrum of chakra energy from top to bottom, like seven colors blending into one rainbow. You have about two minutes to reach back to the first chakra. It is up to you how long you breathe into each chakra.
After you finish this sequence, stand silently for a few moments before starting the next sequence. This upward and downward breathing sequence is repeated three times.
If you don’t feel the energy of your chakras at first, just breathe into the area where they are located. Remember not to push the breath, rather allow the breath and body movement to be like a bridge carrying you into the sensations and qualities of the energy of each chakra. Becoming sensitive to the different qualities of each chakra comes not through force, but through awareness and patience.

Second Stage 15 minutes
After the third breathing sequence, sit relaxed with closed eyes in silence. As you sit, dont focus on anything in particular. Remain a witness to whatever is happening, without judgment.

Nadabrahma Meditation is a one hour meditation in three stages, that was adapted from an ancient tibetan method. It can be done any time of the day or night, alone or with others. It is good to do this technique with an empty stomach.

The Instructions

1st Stage 30 minutes
Sit in a relaxed position with eyes closed and lips together. Start humming, loudly enough to be heard.
 Find a pitch for humming that will create a vibration.

2nd Stage 15 minutes (7 1/2 + 7 1/2)
Palms upwards start moving your hands forward from the belly. Then separate them so they circle outwards until they come back together at the belly. Continue with this movement. The movement should be very slow, so that at times it appears as if there is no movement at all. Feel that you are giving energy out to the universe. After seven and a half minutes there is a little gap in the music to let you know that you can now turn your palms down and reverse the circular motion of your hands, so that they now divide and circle outwards sideways from the belly and come back together in front of it. Feel that you are receiving energy from the universe.

3rd Stage 15 minutes
Remain sitting or lie down absolutely quiet and still.

NADABRAHMA for couples
Osho has given a beautiful, tantric variation of this technique for couples. 
Partners sit facing each other, covered by a bedsheet holding each others crossed hands. 
It is best to wear no other clothing. 
Light the room only by four small candles and burn a particular incense, kept only for this meditation. 
Close your eyes and hum together for thirty minutes. After a short while the energies will be felt to meet, 
merge and unite. 
Continue in the 2nd stage as explained above, while still facing each other under the sheet, then in the last stage lie down together and be still. 
”When you chant a sound your body starts vibrating; your brain cells particularly start vibrating. If rightly done youe whole brain becomes tremendously vibrant, and the whole body also. Once the body starts vibrating and your mind is already chanting, they both fall in a tune. A harmony – which is ordinarily never there – between the two. When body and mind are both together, you are free from the body and the mind – then the third element, which you are in reality – call it soul, spirit, “atma”, anything – that third element is at ease because it is not being pulled in different directions. The body and mind are so much engrossed in chanting that the soul can slip out of them very easily, unobserved, and can become a witness – and can stand out and look at the whole game that is going on between the mind and the body. They become drunk with chanting, and you slip out”. OSHO

“When I say shake, I mean your solidity, your rock-like being should shake to the very foundations so that it becomes liquid, fluid, melts, flows. And when the   rock-like being becomes liquid, your body will follow. Then there is no shake, only shaking. Then nobody is doing it; it is simply happening. Then the doer is not.” Osho

The Instructions

1st Stage 15 minutes
Eyes open or closed, stand with both feet shoulder wide apart. Be loose, relax your jaw and let your whole body shake, feeling the energies moving up from your feet. Let go everwhere and become the shaking. Falling in tune with the music will help you. Enjoy this play with your bio energy.

2nd Stage 15 minutes
Eyes open or closed. Dance…any way you feel, and let the whole body move as it wishes.

3rd Stage 15 minutes
Close your eyes and be still, standing or sitting, relax the body. Witnessing whatever is happening inside and out.

4th Stage 15 minutes
Eyes closed, lie down, rest in awareness of the silence.

“This is a meditation in which you have to be continuously alert conscious aware. Whatsoever you do, remain a witness.” Osho
Osho Dynamic Meditation lasts for one hour and has five stages.
It can be done alone but is much more powerful when it is done in a group. When doing this meditation in a group, the meditation remains an individual experience. Keeping the eyes closed, one remains oblivious of other participants around. Using a blindfold can be helpful to keep your attention focused inward. It is best to have an empty stomach and wear loose comfortable clothing.

This meditation technique has been scientifically designed by Osho. It needs to be done in its complete form, with nothing shortened or omitted.
Best to be done in the early morning 21 day cycle is recommended.

The Instructions
First stage 10 minutes
 Rapidly in and out through the nose, let the breathing be intense and chaotic. The breath should move deeply into the lungs. Breathe vigorously and change the rhythm. Do this as totally as you possibly can, without tightening up your body. Make sure neck and shoulders stay relaxed. Continue on, until you literally become the breathing, allowing breath to be chaotic. Avoid a repetitive or systematic breath pattern. Once your energy is building, it will begin to move your body. Allow these body movements to be there. Use them to raise even more energy. Moving your arms and body in a natural way will help your energy to rise. Feel your energy building up. 
Be total, give everything and never slow down.

Second stage 10 minutes

Let your body take over. Loose control. Give your body freedom to express, whatever is there. Let go of everything that needs to be thrown out. Go totally mad. …Sing, scream, laugh, shout, cry, jump, shake, dance, kick, and throw yourself around. Hold nothing back, keep your whole body moving. A little acting often helps to get you started. Never allow your mind to interfere with what is happening. Remember to be total with your body.

Third stage 10 minutes
Shoulders and neck relaxed, raise both arms high above the head without locking the elbows. With raised arms, jump up and down shouting the mantra HOO…HOO…HOO HOO…HOO….from the bottom of your belly. Jump in such a way, that you land on the flats of your feet, and the heels touch the ground. Each time you land on your feet, let the sound hammer deep into the sex center. Give all you have. Exhaust yourself completely.

Fourth stage 15 minutes
Freeze where you are, in whatever position you find yourself. 
Remain silent just like a rock. In that moment of silence and stoppage, energy will be there. Don’t arrange the body in any form, a cough, a movement, anything will dissipate the energy flow and your effort will be lost. Be a witness to everything that is happening to you.
Fifth stage 15 minutes
Express whatsoever is there, dance, move, enjoy! 
Carry this aliveness with you throughout the day.