Why does OSHO call meditation 'the first and last freedom'? Because in his understanding meditation is the dimension through which every individual can realize his own, unique potential – the unlimited personal freedom that is available for all of us.
This book is a compilation drawn from OSHO's many years of work on meditation and contains a wide variety of meditation techniques - some traditional, like Zazen, the ancient Buddhist practice, others are OSHO's unique formula especially designed for the 21st century.
In addition, OSHO answers questions about some of the more common obstacles meditators may meet along the way.
An invaluable companion for the sincere seeker, this book is a practical,
step-by-step guide to sixty-three meditation techniques,
including meditations of the heart and those for the third eye.
'OSHO advocated meditation for everyone, but his technique was revolutionary, beginning not with stillness and silence but with violent activity to release pent-up energy and emotions, leading to a state of calmness in which meditation can flourish.'
The Washington Post