Spiritual Meditation
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DISCOVER A WORLD OF BEAUTIFUL MUSIC FOR RELAXATION, MEDITATION, HEALING, YOGA AND MASSAGE. We also have a range of Osho Music & Books, plus CDs of Osho Active Meditations and Talks. Music From The World Of Osho includes artists Deva Premal & Miten, Deuter, Kamal, Shastro and many more, so please check out our music section.


Osho is one of the best known and most provocative spiritual teachers of the twentieth century. More than a decade after his death in 1990, the influence of his teachings continues to expand, reaching people of all ages in virtually every country of the world.

Born in India in 1931, Osho first became known as a rebellious philosophy professor in the 1960’s and travelled extensively throughout India, giving talks, debating with traditional religious leaders and introducing his revolutionary active meditation
technique, dynamic meditation.

In 1974 he established a centre for meditation and self-discovery in Pune, India. His work there he said, was an experiment to create the conditions for the birth of a “New Man” – one who is free of all outdated ideologies and doctrines of the past and whose vision encompasses both the spiritual wisdom of the east and the scientific understandings of the west.

Osho is now globally recognised as one of the twentieth century’s most important spiritual guides, although his uncompromising approach and “in your face” style were often misunderstood during his lifetime. He loved controversy. He used to make all kinds of outrageous statements that would get everybody worked up.
People used to get upset about the messenger and forget the message. Today the messenger isn’t here and people are listening to the message, which is something very intelligent and useful.
Osho teaches meditation not as a practice but as a way of life Music and Meditation can go well together, Osho once said:
“To me Music and Meditation are two aspects of the same phenomenon and without music meditation lacks something;
without music, meditation is a little dull, unalive. Without meditation, music is simply noise – harmonious, but noise. Without meditation, music is an entertainment; music and meditation should go together.
That adds a new dimension to both. Both are enriched by it.”