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Disciples Perform Buddhist Healing Meditation For Nepal Victims

NEW DELHI -- Osho sannyasins (disciples) are participating in a special Buddhist meditation soon after the catastrophic earthquake in Nepal, the land of Buddha, writes Swami Anand Kul Bhushan Kulive Kulove Kulaugh.

The first such meditation took place at Osho Rajyoga Meditation Centre in South Delhi on last Sunday, soon after the calamity.

Since then, daily sessions of Atisha Heart meditation are held at Oshodham campus on the outskirts of Delhi.

Since then, daily sessions of Atisha Heart meditation are held at Oshodham campus on the outskirts of Delhi.

Atisha is one of the unique methods when the participants breathe in all the negativity in the form of pain, agony and suffering and then they breathe out positivity of benediction, blessings and peace.

This Buddhist meditation is totally opposite to the normal concept of breathing in positive and breathing out negative vibrations.

These sessions will continue until the full moon night of Buddha Purnima on 4 May when Buddha was born, got enlightened and left his body.

By Atisha meditation Osho sannyasins are sending positive and healing energy to the victims and peaceful energy to all those who lost their lives suddenly without warning.


Meditation at Osho Rajyoga Centre | Coastweek

The first such meditation took place at Osho Rajyoga Meditation Centre in South Delhi soon after the calamity.


The Osho disciples also send energy and strength for the rescue and relief workers.

Osho World Foundation has been actively involved in rebuilding and sharing resources after Gujarat was devastated by the massive earthquake and organized special dance performance which was attended by the then Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Osho World Foundation was equally involved in assisting victims of the Tsumani that hit South Indian coast.

Following this tradition, Osho World Foundation is mobilizing assistance for the Nepal earthquake victims as well.

Osho tells about a Zen master who having dinner with his disciples when a major earthquake struck.

As everything shook, swayed and things began to fall all over, the disciples quickly ran to another room and some dashed outside in the open.

But the Zen master sat still where he was and closed his eyes.

After a few minutes, the earthquake was over; the disciples began to tiptoe back to where the master was sitting in silence.

When they asked him why he did not run away, he replied: "Where can you run?

"The earthquake is everywhere – in this room, the next room and even outside.

"So the only place you can escape is inside yourself.

"And that’s what I was doing."

In this very context, Osho disciples are moving in to send positive vibrations and energy to all those affected by this earthquake.



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