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Neo – Gachhami is the new meditative process of salutations, indicating towards the milestones of the inner journey. The process begins with sitting comfortably (preferably in ‘Vajrasana‘) in silence and with closed eyes, allowing oneself to be immersed in the soft music that helps in bringing ourselves to the present moment.
The following three salutations are then sung and translated by Swami Akhil Saraswati, one by one.
Osho Sharanam Gachhami
I bow down to the Divinity in the form of the Master.
Atmanam Sharanam Gachhami
I bow down to the Divinity present in me.
Brahmam Sharanam Gachhami
I bow down to the Omnipresent Divinity.
After each translation sing the salutation along with the chorus, with the hands folded in ‘Namaskar Mudra‘ and bow down in a manner that our forehead touches the floor. As the next salutation is being sung, begin to get back up in the sitting posture and allow yourself to soak in the divine presence.
And after the last salutation, get back to a comfortable position with the celebrative music playing in the background, keep your eyes closed and feel the divinity within and around you. Stay in this meditative state for as long as you like.
21st March 2014
Osho Aaye Mere Angana
On 21st March 1974, Osho arrived at Rajneeshdham, Pune.
40 years later, on 21st March 2014, Osho arrives at Osho MATH, Lonavala.
We are celebrating HIS PRESENCE on HIS Enlightenment Day @ Osho MATH, Lonavala.
You are Invited!
✅ Day Program ~ 9 am (sharp) to 5 pm.
✅ No Fees (will include Lunch n Tea) please contribute according to your capacity.
✅ Must Register by 18th March…
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Wishing You A Celebrative & Meditative ‘Guru Poornima‘!
We share this small and beautiful glimpse of Osho from the Buddha Hall leaving with a Namaste and having a good laugh. It is probably from the evening when Vimal had dressed up in a saree to sit in place of Manisha to ask Questions. Its a joy to watch our beloved master laugh