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Kundalini meditation is an active meditation of Osho. This type of meditation is recommended for people with anxiety and excess energy as well as for people wanting to experience a new way of meditating enjoying with both internal and external physical movement. This type of meditation has 4 stages: 1) a part of agitation of the whole body, while standing with feet immobile in the soil, to the sound of a music designed especially for this. Currently whole body shakes with the help of the knees, and there comes a time that one does not have to accompany to the agitation, but the agitation of arms, trunk, shoulders, hips already occurs by itself alone. At the moment one begins to enter into meditation with eyes closed during the 4 steps, the mind leaves the body, and the body and its interior are power stroke. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Reade Griffith.

(2) This part leaves the turmoil to become dance: with eyes still closed, one starts to move as the body asked, no longer it has to be nailed feet in soil, they dance, jumps, moves to the beat of the music, letting the energy flow throughout the body. (3) Quiet again, of foot: now motionless, we leave the spine very right, and feel the music and kundalini energy that comes from the Red chakra and going up by full back even beyond our head. Intense time for the mind, can sometimes be to feel that one is more than your body, one merges with its environment, as if being no longer inside the physical body. (4) After feeling energy Navigate upwards, we miss you on the floor, watching our being with eyes closed, without judging, without fear, in silence. Ten minutes.

Present. It observes. In total the meditation lasts for one hour, but goes flying. It is a type of meditation that mixes a great physical activity along with a great rest (or stop) of the mind. It is worth trying it. This Osho meditation music can be found on many web pages.