Osho – Speak to our body-mind
Often we ask ourselves if the people close to us are our friends. However we forget ourselves. Are we our friend? Our body’s friend? Our mind’s friend?
This Osho meditation therapy – Remember the forgotten language to speak to your body and mind – combines hypnoses, energy and PNL with the goal to reestablish a friendly relationship with our body, discovering painful experiences trapped in our unconscious minds and causing problems in our bodies.
The body is the visible soul, and the soul is the invisible body. The body and soul are not divided anywhere, they are parts of each other, they are parts of one whole. You have to accept the body, you have to love the body, you have to respect the body, you have to be grateful to your body. (…)The body is the most complex mechanism in existence. It is simply marvelous! — and blessed are those who marvel. Begin the feeling of wonder with your own body, because that is the closest to you. The closest nature has approached to you, the closest God has come to you, is through the body. In your body is the water of the oceans, in your body is the fire of the stars and the suns, in your body is the air, your body is made of earth. Your body represents the whole existence, all the elements. And what a transformation! What a metamorphosis! Look at the earth and then look at your body — what a transformation, and you have never marveled about it! Dust has become divine – – what greater mystery is possible? What greater miracles are you waiting for? And you see the miracle happening every day. Out of the mud comes the lotus…and out of the dust has arisen our beautiful body.
Osho, extracted from The Dhammapada: The Way of the Buddha, Vol 2
Darshan brought in her knowledge luggage, from Puna, India, this new, intense and healing process. It requires one hour a day for seven days. Osho established that only female therapist can direct and facilitate this loving process and can be used for:
Pains and physical discomforts
As we know today, these symptoms are a result of a disequilibrium that affects the body-soul-mind unit.