Osho Gourishankar Meditation is a One-hour night-time Meditation, which includes a breathing technique, gazing softly at a light and gentle body movements.
“Osho has said that if breathing is done correctly in the first stage, the carbon dioxide formed in the bloodstream will make the meditator as high as if an Gourishankar (Mt. Everest).”
This technique, for the night-time, consists of four stages of fifteen minutes each. The first two stages are preparation for the spontaneous Latihan of the third stage.
Gourishankar Meditation First stage: 15 minutes
Music. Sit with eyes closed. Inhale deeply through the nose, filling the lungs. Hold the breath for as long as possible then exhale gently through the mouth, keeping the lungs empty for as long as possible. Repeat this cycle.
Gourishankar Meditation Second stage: 15 minutes
Music. Return to normal breathing and, allowing the gaze to be soft and gentle, look at a candle flame or flashing light. * Keep the body still.
Gourishankar Meditation Third stage: 15 minutes
Music. With closed eyes, stand up and left the body be loose and receptive. The subtle energies within will be felt to move the body outside your normal control. Allow this (Latihan) to happen. Don’t you do the moving. Let the moving happen.
Gourishankar Meditation Fourth stage: 15 minutes
Silence. Lie down, silent and still.
The rhythmic beat of the music in the second stage is seven times the normal heartbeat. If possible, the flashing light should be a synchronized strobe.