WHAT is active meditation?

charge and let go

The presence of confused, depressed, overworked and lifeless men and women seem more common than ever.

Daily routine fixed on bad habits, poor choices and societal dictations continues to rob us of the fluidity and passion that life once blessed us with.

We’ve lost all feeling and purpose.

With the abundance of information and technology at every fingertip, search results for “how to’s” and popular solutions for fixing our problems have become more available and obvious, yet we still can’t seem to figure it out.

We buy the programs, attend the conferences and retreats, put ourselves in uncomfortable pretzel positions desperately trying to find peace and relaxation. We drink concoctions and potions to feel somewhat normal. But yet again, we find ourselves deep into our own black holes.

MEDITATION IS MEDICINE.

Proven beneficial for thousands of years, meditation has not only healed lives but has sustained and added richness to the once life-less man.

However, the wrong dosage and kind of meditation may not be nurturing the exact symptoms and dis-ease we carry.

center and stillness

Indian mystic OSHO, introduced Active Meditations to the world as a new solution for the overwhelmed and over stimulated modern man. Unlike traditional sit-down-and-be-still meditations, Active Meditation introduces us to methods using movement and physical activity.

The techniques of Active Meditation are broken down into bioenergetic phases that consist of the following:

  • Connector.Connector.

    CHARGE: ACTIVE BREATHING TO BUILD ENERGY

  • Connector.Connector.

    DISCHARGE: CATHARSIS TO EXPRESS AND RELEASE PENT-UP ENERGY

  • Connector.Connector.

    CENTERING: GROUNDING AND FOCUSING ENERGY

  • Connector.Connector.

    STILLNESS AND RELAXATION

  • Connector.Connector.

    CELEBRATION AND DANCE

ACTIVE MEDITATION is for everyone. It does not discriminate or have preference. It doesn’t require perquisites or years of study. It holds a space for every being on this earth to practice and experience it.

celebration and dance