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Relaxing the BodyMind:A guided meditation based on Osho's insights facilitated by Swami Chaitanya Keerti.
The body is the visible soul, and the soul is the invisible body. The body and soul are not divided anywhere, they are parts of each other, they are parts of one whole. You have to accept the body, you have to love the body, you have to respect the body, you have to be grateful to your body. Only then will you attain to a certain kind of integrity, a crystallization will happen. The body is the most complex mechanism in existence. It is simply marvelous!- and blessed are those who marvel. Begin the feeling of wonder with your own body, because that is the closest to you." Osho~ The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha

Since his earliest Hindi discourses during meditation camps in India, Osho has been guiding the beginners to go deep in meditation through the simple yet powerful methods of relaxation. Also, there are several other such methods based on Tao, Tantra and Zen, beautifully explained by Osho and experienced by innumerable seekers. Swami Chaitanya Keerti will be sharing one of these methods during this first event online and more in the near future.

Swami Chaitanya Keerti was initiated into Osho’s Neo sannyas movement in 1971 and ever since has been dedicatedly associated with the world of meditation. He has been the spokesperson for Osho Commune International and also the founding editor of Osho Times International being published from Pune since 1975. He is presently the spokesperson of Osho World Foundation and the editor of Osho World monthly Hindi magazine published from New Delhi. He has been the editor of Osho books. He is the author of five books on Osho: Allah to Zen, The Osho Way: In Romance with life, Osho Fragrance, Mindfulness:The Master Key and The Alchemy of Zen. Swami Chaitanya Keerti regularly contributes articles on meditation and other subjects to several newspapers and magazines. He travels extensively to conduct meditation camps in different parts of the country and abroad.

Jan 29, 2021 07:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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