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Today Evening: 7PM: Learn Stress/Anger Management via Active Meditations

From: OSHO Dallas at Zorba S.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 9:46 AM

There are several reasons around us to cause stress & grief. What do people do generally to overcome stress? Answer might be “Hit the bar”, “Take a walk”, “Watch a movie”, “Exercise” & several others.

Common methods of overcoming stress mask your stress temporarily, next day you are ready to loose again.

Overcoming stress via Active Meditations will take you deep down into the root of your hidden anxieties, anger, fear and emotional sickness; then turn those ailments into love, joy and abundant life.

Come; Feel the immediate transformation in a couple hours of active meditation practice.

Meditation helps you to take charge of your life, bring joy & guide you through the situations in life. It’s the way to live life, more joyfully and abundantly. The workshop will help you introspect your personality and help you to become self-guide through celebration, laugh, love and meditation.

Osho Active Meditations have been scientifically designed by Osho over a period of time to enable us to consciously express and experience repressed feelings and emotions, and learn the knack of watching our habitual patterns in a new way.

Workshops at Zorba Studio are unique, full of fun & meditative. All the members who have tried, rated it high 5 out of 5. Give it a try, You will like it.

Don’t take heavy meals before you come.

New participants must attend the 30 minute introduction that starts at 7 PM. Meditation will started at 7:30 PM to go until 9 PM.


We are a donations based group, no one will ask you for the payment. Please contribute any amount between $10-$20 in the box at front.

You can also choose to become to monthly member at $55/month.



I’m never quiet inside. There is still some anger inside me that I don’t understand yet. Something says to be quiet, to shut up but I have a hard time listening to that voice inside saying to be quiet. I’m afraid of it.

Just don’t repress the anger anymore. Whatsoever is left has to be brought out, because that is the only way to be really quiet.

You can forcibly still yourself but the stillness is and sooner or later it will be disturbed because just underneath it the anger is boiling and waiting for its moment and the opportunity. Then one goes on sitting on a volcano. Everything seems quiet when the volcano is not erupting, is not active, but it is preparing inside. Some anger has come out, some is still there — and the anger that has come out was superficial. Throw the anger that needs to come out is deeper — that’s why it is difficult to understand it.

One part of the anger is understandable because it is related to people, to situations. You can understand why you are angry; the why is clear. But when this layer, this superficial layer of anger is thrown away, then suddenly you come on a source of anger that is not related to the outside at all, which is simply part of you. Nobody has insulted you, in fact there is no excuse to be angry — and then it is there. It becomes very difficult to understand because you cannot throw the responsibility on anybody else. Now it is something that is within you, that belongs to you.


We have been taught that anger comes only in a certain tense situation. That’s not true.

We are born with anger; it is part of us.

In certain situations it comes up; in certain other situations it is inactive, but it is there. So one first has to throw the anger that is related, and then one comes on the deeper source of anger that is unrelated to anybody else — that you are born with. It is unaddressed, and that’s the trouble in understanding it. But there is no need to understand it. Just throw it, not on anybody, but on a pillow, on the sky, on God, on me! Just throwing is the point.

And because it is unrelated it has to be absurd. You don’t know where to throw it, how to throw it, on whom to pour it. If you pour it on someone you will feel very guilty, because the other has not deserved it at all. That’s the mystery of it, and it makes one feel very disturbed.

This is going to happen with every emotion. There is a part of love that is related to someone. Then if you go deeper, one day you will come to the source of love that is unaddressed. It is not moving towards anybody; it is simply there, there inside. And the same is true of everything you feel. Everything has two sides.

One, the unconscious, the deeper side, is simply with you, and the superficial is the functioning of this deeper layer in relationship. People who remain superficial always completely forget their own inner treasures. When you throw out the inner anger, you come face to face with inner love, inner compassion. The rubbish has to be thrown out so that you can come to the purest gold within you.



So make it a point — don’t try to understand it.

That is one of the basic problems facing the whole West, the modern mind: we try to understand everything...and life is basically a mystery. You can live it, but you cannot understand it. And if you insist that you have to understand, then you will remain superficial.

Intellect goes only on the surface, only to a certain extent, then it cannot go deeper. The depth is not the dimension of the intellect; length is the dimension of the intellect. So if you want to know details, the intellect can give you many and many and many, but it cannot move in any depth; it cannot dig any fact in the dimension of depth, vertically. So forget about it. There is no need to understand.

Anger is there; that’s enough to know. And it has to be thrown out, because if anger remains in you, you will never feel quiet and still; it will go on burning like a fire inside. It will go on finding excuses outside, and if you don’t throw it without any excuse, you will throw it with some excuse — and then the trouble is more complicated. You throw it on the wife, the children, the friend, somebody. Then you are creating more complexities for yourself because you have missed the point. So this is a good insight. Use it now.

-Osho- "Above All, Don’t Wobble"-

Disclaimer: All meditations are undertaken entirely at the participants risk and no responsibility can be taken for any physical or emotional injury suffered by any participant. By taking part each participant accepts responsibility for his or her own safety and well-being. If in doubt please seek medical advice before participating.

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