by Neerav C. Luglio
How difficult it is to make meditation a healthy daily habit? “I don’t have time” is the most frequent excuse that we give ourselves but sometimes it’s also about having that courage to stop for an hour or more and look directly inside of us without avoiding what we dislike and what is uncomfortable, what we judge and we would like to be different… and yes, as Osho has always said, meditation is the only medicine that he can give for each of our diseases.
Here is an unveiled sharing, with no filters, about the transformative power of Osho’s Kundalini Meditation, by Neerav, Radha’s brother.
“I was skeptical about doing Kundalini meditation again at forty+ years, after having a taste of its beneficial effects back in the mid-nineties, during a journey in India, where I had the opportunity to practice some meditations in the Ashram in Poona, where my sister lived for years.
The usual sensation of physical wellness after meditation has never brought me to the true awareness of how much it could be useful even in daily life. And yet, by practicing now with a certain frequency this meditation, it’s as if I have awakened my senses and my inner search.
The whole thing is an almost psychotherapeutic path in which, since many months, before during and after the meditation, I express a lot of discomfort, frustration, fear, complexes, anguish, sense of inadequacy, bitter reminiscences and memories, determination and will of action for my present, a sense of blissfulness by feeling at the center of the universe, myself with all my limits and limitless potential.
Therefore, I lived and I’m living a sort of a cathartic experience that, on one hand, allows me to purify every slag of negativity and discomfort when they accumulate too much and, on the other hand, it offers me the drive towards the beauty of the knowledge of my inner Creation.
Indeed, it feels like this bliss (without any reference to the after-effects of sixty-eighter hippies) drives me toward such an awareness and knowledge of my inner process that therefore I can see and understand everything and everyone in a different light.
Without letting me be gobbled up by anything, I try to get in osmosis with the world, not losing the compass but, in fact, always offering the freshness of my spirit. Like an air chamber that saves me from being punched by life and people, I use this newborn wisdom to offer humanity, playfulness, to play down all the weight of my existence and the one of who I meet on my path. I always try to question myself without too many mind-fuck but rather with a discipline of the spirit that, in its flow, in its breathing every molecule that sorrounds it, is related with this becoming, by taking measurement and welcoming it inside with joy.
Life is one and expectations are too many.
The thinking and the daily actions, in their routine, empty or full as it might be, crash our spirit. Kundalini is giving me the possibility, a second chance, to regain my essence and to deeply love my existence with an extra boost toward creativity, fantasy, the strength to create relationships and contacts without being damped from too many barriers.
And let’s not speak about sexuality. Wow! Even on this regard, everything has become more natural, both in quantity and quality. Now it’s easier to let the adventure be born, without all the paranoia that characterized my eternal clumsiness.
Woe betide whoever touches Kundalini Meditation… the one by Osho! Of course.
Neerav (Beyond Sound)
@photo by Pixabar from pexel