Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation Chakra Healing 10 hours [ Sleep Music ]

Singing bowls (also known as Tibetan Singing Bowls, rin gongs, Himalayan bowls or suzu gongs) are a type of bell, specifically classified as a standing bell….

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OSHO: And Now the Sutra – A Zen Experience

Osho, a contemporary mystic has spoken on virtually every aspect of human consciousness. In these talks, the human mind is put under the microscope as never before, analyzed down to the smallest detail.

In his talks Osho creates an experiential atmosphere — the world of the Zen masters becomes a living experience for Osho’s audience.

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“Now the sutra …. The sutra is long and the night is short. I hope that I will be able to finish it before sunrise!

When the novice monk, Gao, first called on Yakusan, Yakusan asked him, “Where do you come from?”

“This question is asked again and again and again:
“Where do you come from?” It does not refer to the place, it refers to the space. It refers to your ultimate home from where you have come. Gao Said, “From Nanyue,” — the name of his village. He could not understand, he was a newcomer. He had no idea why Zen masters ask, “Where do you come from?” They are asking, “Have you meditated? Have you been to the center of your being…”

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OSHO: Bringing Up Children

Osho sets out an unusual vision about the right way to help a child grow without interfering in his natural potential, responding to the question:

“What is the right way to help a child grow without interfering in his natural potentiality?” —

For Osho true education consists in not helping our children but to let them grow free, to develop natural talents and reach an unknowable potential as unique and unrepeatable individuals: “Your concern should be to take away all the dangers, but not to interfere with the child; let them go their own way”, he says. In this talk, with his singular perspective, Osho analyzes the life of a human being, demonstrating amongst his other insights, that the first seven years have a determinant powerful significance on a child’s growth.

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Super Mario’s Meditation – Improvisation No. 1

Music therapy: Find a quiet place, close your eyes, and meditate while listening to “Super Mario’s Meditation.” “Super Mario’s Meditation” improvised by Martin Leung, Video Game Pianist. Super Mario Bros. Main Theme composed by Koji Kondo.

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OSHO: Life Is a Mystery to Be Lived

In these OSHO Talks, the human mind is put under the microscope as never before, analyzed down to the smallest detail. —

Here Osho responds to the following questions:

– Is it important to have some kind of attitude towards life?

– In the past all famous artists have been well-known for their bohemian side of life. Please can you say something about creativity and discipline?

– I have discovered that I am just bored with myself and I feel no juice. You have said to accept ourselves, whatever we are. I am not able to accept life — knowing that I am missing something of joy inside. What to do?

– Can a madman become a Buddha?

– I want to get lost utterly and ultimately into absolute love. What should I do?

“The best way to miss life is to have a certain attitude towards it. Attitudes originate in the mind, and life is beyond mind. Attitudes are our fabrications, our prejudices, our inventions. Life “is not our fabrication; on the contrary, we are just ripples in the lake of life.”

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