Be guided on your journey to inner peace and happiness by learning how to quieten wandering thoughts, relieve stress, promote positive karma and commence the practice of meditation Venerable Thubten Lhundrup is a Buddhist monk who teaches at the Atisha Center, a meditation center in the Foundation for the preservation of the Mahayana Tradition Let Venerable Lhundrup guide you on your journey by offering you an insight into Buddhism and it's origins, principles and beliefs. He provides you not only with correct postures and breathing but also with themes, quotes and thoughts to meditate on Discover how the meditation topics can help you deal with your situation in life, with people and emotions.
The Osho Dynamic Meditation DVD is a full media experience that gives contemporary people a revolutionary meditation method, one of the Osho Active Meditations.
The importance of the breath is familiar to anyone who practices yoga, as is its significance in the pursuit of a deeper, more meditative state. But it never hurts to be reminded of that connection, especially as yoga's growing popularity has turned it in a more active, less contemplative direction. The title of this DVD program pretty much describes the content; it consists of two approximately 30-minute sections, one ("Conscious Relaxation") devoted to several easy, relaxation-inducing poses and the other ("Conscious Breahing") focusing entirely on the breath itself. (Also included are an 8-minute "guided meditation" and an interview with instructor Rodney Yee.) It's unlikely that you'll break a sweat, and you won't "go for the burn," as yoga practitioners seem intent on doing these days–but you might reach a place of stillness that's considerably more profound.