Bashar Teleconference

Last weekend I attended via phone a Bashar Seminar in Los Angeles, dealing with belief systems and how to detect them. The highlight of the seminar was a Holotope Experience, a kind of guided imagination to open the channel to the expanded self (more…)

Stell Dir Vor…

Immer wieder wichtig: Einige Tipps zur Meditation oder Imagination, denn das Universum unterscheidet nicht, ob du imaginierst oder auf ein physischer Ereignis fokussierst… (more…)

Meditations For Children

Parents have in some cases overwhelmed their kids with so many new and different endeavors that they have not had the opportunity to learn how to repose. Contrary to our society’s energetic values, (more…)

Generating Positive Feelings

With a few simple changes of attitude you can install a new positive habitude. By this you are independant of the vibrations of other people and you are not so easily manipulable. This new attitude is the beginning of souvereignty (more…)

Children and Meditation

The only thing to make man really and authentically cultured is to bring up children in their innocence, and help their bodies to be healthy and their innocence to be meditative. The child can reach his center very easily because he has nothing to obstruct him, no ideas, no thoughts, no prejudices. He is not Catholic, he is not Hindu; he knows nothing. So when you say, “Go in,” he simply goes in. And the road is clean, because no Bibles, no Korans, no Bhagavadgitas are standing like a China Wall preventing him. Children can learn meditation more easily than anybody else.

So my suggestion in response to your question is that every child is born innocent. Neither barbaric nor a very cultured and religious person — just innocent. And all that the child needs from the parents and the society is not knowledge, but a deepening of innocence. Meditation is the only way of deepening innocence, and if a child grows with his center blossoming you will have for the first time a society which is cultured, a society of the buddhas, the awakened ones. That’s my whole effort here. Osho

Yes, indeed. And it is even not necessary to “teach” children meditation. They do it naturally. Imagination and fantasy is a natural state of being of children. However the actual education does everything to cast out these qualities and replaces it by the mainstream belief systems. So  at the end of all the education – be it by parents, schools or universities – is a conditioned human being who is ignorant about his own power. He lost his innocence.

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