OSHO: Nirvikalp Samadhi

Nirvikalp Samadhi

We will discuss how to meditate without thinking. We will explore the teachings of Bullehshah, a Sufi mystic, and show how his insights can help us to quiet our minds and experience true peace.

  • Bullehshah was a 17th-century Sufi mystic who lived in what is now Pakistan. He is known for his simple, yet profound teachings on meditation and spirituality.
  • Bullehshah says that we can meditate without thinking by closing our eyes and ears and sitting with awareness. He argues that when we do this, we create a space for stillness and peace to enter our minds.
  • Bullehshah’s teachings are based on the idea that the mind is constantly chattering, and that this chattering can prevent us from experiencing true peace. By quieting our minds, we can open ourselves up to the present moment and experience the world in a new way.
  • If you are interested in learning more about meditation, I encourage you to read Bullehshah’s teachings and to experiment with different meditation techniques. With practice, you can learn to quiet your mind and experience true peace.