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We train a child to focus his mind, to concentrate, because without concentration he will not be able to cope with life. Life requires it; the mind must be able to concentrate. But the moment the mind becomes able to concentrate, it becomes less aware. Awareness means a mind that is conscious but not focused. Awareness is a consciousness of all that is happening.
Meditation, and all meditation devices, can do one thing: push you away from your negative hindrances. It can bring you out of the imprisonment that is the mind, and when you have come out you will laugh. It was so easy to come out, it was right there. Only one step was needed. But we go on in a circle and the one step is always missed, the one step that can bring you to the center.
You go on in a circle on the periphery, repeating the same things; somewhere the continuity must be broken. That is all that can be done by any meditation method. If the continuity is broken, if you become discontinuous with you past, then that very moment is the explosion! In that very moment you are centered, centered in your being, and then you know all that has always been yours, all that has just been awaiting you.
Meditation: The Art of Celebration
PART I: DYNAMICS OF MEDITATION
Yoga: The Growth of Consciousness
Non-Doing Through Doing
Or, Silent Meditation
Moving Deeply into the Known
Kundalini: The Awakening of the Life Force
Enlightenment: An Endless Beginning
Initiation to a Master: The Ultimate Technique
Sannyas: Dying to the Past
Total Desire: The Path to Desirelessness
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
What is the Soul?
LSD and Meditation
Intuition: A Non-Explanation
Consciousness, Witnessing & Awareness
The Difference between Satori & Samadhi
Sexual Energy & The Awakening of the Kundalini
The Manifestation s of Prana in the Seven Bodies
Techniques devised by Osho