The purpose of our group is to bring together individuals who would like to grow to a higher level of personal awareness. Meditation brings peace of mind and relaxation, but the daily practice helps us achieve a state of awareness in our everyday life that will lead us towards greater wisdom, compassion, and happiness.
We are individuals who enjoy getting together to share meditation space. We have found that meditating in a group can be helpful to move deeper into our centre.
This group explores active and passive meditations devised or recommended by the enlightened mystic Osho. Some of the meditations include: Osho Dynamic, Osho Kundalini, Nadabrahma, Vipassana, Natraj, Osho No-Mind, No-Dimensions, Sufi Whirling, Chakra Sounds, Chakra Breathing, listening to Osho talks as a meditation, Evening Meeting meditation, and Videos of Osho talks.
Osho does not teach any religion and does not belong to any particular religion. What he offers is a sense of religiousness - the real fragrance of all the flowers of existence, the Buddhas, the mystics and sages that this world has known. Osho has given thousands of discourses (talks) on all the well-known and not so known mystics of the world—from Ashtavakra to Zarathusthra.
Osho is a modern day mystic whose wisdom, clarity and humour is continually touching the lives of millions of people around the world. His insights are creating the conducive atmosphere or "Atma-Sphere ” for the emergence of what he calls the ‘New Man’ or Zorba, the Buddha – He describes the combination of celebration, dance and song of Zorba and the silence, stillness and meditation of Buddha. This is where East meets West. Zorba the Buddha is a totally new human being who is awakened, and who is life-affirmative and free.
When someone once asked Osho the definition of religion, Osho replied: "To be in romance with life is religion." Osho has created many meditation techniques for our transformation.
Compassion, the highest form of love, is the natural expression of this transformation. We can meditate with Buddha, dance with Krishna and celebrate our love with Sufis, and yet be free to be just who we are.