Heighest Awekening 

​How can u know u have reached the highest level of awakening?

Question asked by Salman Patel. 

U become more active,  u become lucky,  everything in nature happnes in your favour. 

In heighest awakeing,  u can tell Future. U become like a superhero. 

U listen to music fr the other world.  All enligtent people comes to greet u. To congratulate u.  U become one with nature. 

Ur eyes sight improves, what u see now is low quality. After enlightment u see everything in super HD Quality.  Ur nose becomes highly sensitive,  u smell well. . Because Of this osho could also smell bad smell of people n would become allergic,  so his follwere installed fans before stage,  so osho could not smell bad ordur . 

U become one with nature,  u feel air following…. This i cannot explain,  but i hv felt it. 

Ur body functions well. U become beautiful and acttractive. U voice becomes sweet n melodious.  
People like being with u.  
My father is one of the few people who saw osho live, and attended his Discourse. 
i asked him how did osho looked? 

He answered,  he looked so acttractive with his beautiful eyes as if light was coming out of him.  U cannot explain the beauty of an enlightent man.  He is something u easily fall in love with him. 
Ur words or thinking become very sharp and effective.  U become superman. 

Now no power is above u.  U r the supreme power. 
U understand everything,  why man is sad. U can answer problems of other people. 

U can also help other people become enlightent. 

U r always Happy n excited without any reason. U become fearless. 

U become highly sensitive.  U can create best Art possible, Painting,  music… Etc. 

Now Nothing is impossible for u.  U r the ultimate hero like Buddha, Krishna, Shiva… Etc. 
– Sumit Ranaware.


Vipassana Meditation by Sumit Ranaware 

​There are three methods of vipassana meditation. 

1. Concentrate on nose,  breathing. 

2. Concentrate on chest, its ups n downs. 

3. Concentrate on stomach/ belly,  its ups n downs. 

Focus on Concentration, if u fail,  do not feel sad, try again,  try doing that,  If mind dreams,  dream.  Dont fight with it.  Do not work hard on Concentration,  it might become dangerous,  u might get more unconscious and aggressive.  Too much Concentration leads to aggression.  If u Concentration for 20 mins,  relax for 20 mins. There should b balance. 

Total Concentration will lead u to nowhere.  It will only make u more violent. 

Just like day n night,  white n black….. R opposite…. 

Meditation is also opposite,  awake and relax. 

U should train your Self to b,  clam and awake at same time. 

Enlightenment means three imp things…. 

Awake,  calmness and joy. 

So,  after meditation listen to good music which will fill u with joy. 

Note: daily meditation is imp.  Continuous hammering is must.

.☯ How long to meditate? 

In beginning do for 20 mins. 

Advance stage,  do it for 30 mins  

Expert stage,  1-2 hours.  Do not do for more than 2 hours. 

☯How many days to do it? 

Follow the Table of 3 or 7. 

E. G.  3,6,9,12…etc. Days. 

E.g. 7,14,21,28….etc. Days. 

Shortest experiment is 3 days. 

Longest experiment is 3 months. 

If u feel good,  continue. If u find hard give up,  do some other meditation. 

☯When to do meditation?  

Morning is best. Do not do at night,  u will find it hard to sleep. 

Note : While doing za zen or vipassana .. If u feel sleepy  . That means u r doing right… Because when u start to awake,  mind trys to make u unconscious n makes u fall sleep. If u sleep that means,  mind won.  U should not sleep… U should try to remaining awake….. This means u r no longer controlled by mind.  

. If u keep keep doing this,  one day u will b completely awake..

Any questions…. U can ask. 

– Sumit Ranaware




Buddham Sharnam Gacchami.

Ten Tips for Doing Zazen Meditaton

Zazen (la méditation assise)

Zazen (la méditation assise) (Photo credit: thedayimetu)

Below are ten incredible tips for Zazen Meditation. Hope this may help you to progress rapidly in Zazen Meditation.

1. Devote a Fixed Place – You must ideally set aside a place for your Zazen meditation sessions. The place should be silent and free from distractions. It’s best to lock your room while doing Zazen meditation so that nobody disturbs you.

2. Sit in front of a wall or divider – You must have seen that most Zen meditation center have their students sit facing a wall or a divider. This is to reduce visual distractions. It is easier to concentrate with less visual distractions during Zazen meditation

3. Dim the lights – The ideal light intensity for Zazen meditation is neither too bright nor too dark. If you have a dimmer switch alter the light to a ‘twilight’ level. This helps you from harsh glare and helps you to remain awake.

4. The best time of the day for practicing Zazen meditation – Morning is the best time. Evening is the best time. Night is the best time for Zazen meditation. No. It is actually a matter of your own personal choice. Anytime is good as long as you feel comfortable at that time.

5. How much time to practice? – Start slowly and build up gradually. Fifteen minutes is good, thirty minutes is very good and sixty minutes is excellent. Be consistent with your schedule. Two hours one day and the next few weeks are – oh – I forgot will not help in any way. It’s up to you but my suggestion is that you start with fifteen or twenty minutes daily.

6. Stick to your schedule – As I said before, haphazard sessions of Zazen meditation will not help. You must stick to your schedule. Gradually, you will see that it has become your habit. You will feel good and the benefits of Zazen meditation are enormous.

7. Good ventilation – See to it that your room has good ventilation. Extra oxygen will help you from becoming drowsy and it will help you to remain alert for longer period of time.

8. Empty stomach – Doing Zazen meditation with a full-stomach is not the most effective method in the path to nirvana. Let an hour or two pass after you meals before you sit for meditation.

9. Light exercise before early morning session – If you do Zazen meditation very early in the morning and you sometimes fall asleep. Then walking briskly for a few minutes will help you greatly.

10. Try yoga – Yoga is an excellent compliment to Zazen meditation.



How to See Your Aura: Tips and Tricks! – 2

Seeing the Aura
‘ Although not all people are aware of their aura-seeing ability, all of us sense auras through a combination of perceptions at the subconscious, instinctual level.

‘ Anyone can be taught to see an aura by squinting their eyes, blurring their vision in a dimly lit area.

‘ Raise your arm out, holding your hand in front of you. Now, simply move your hand slowly from left to right, back and forth while watching the energy above and around your hand that moves with it. This will give you a better sense of the amazing power, which generates from your source.

The Colors of the Aura ‘

The colors of the aura provide a guide in understanding our emotions, consciousness, energy processes and centers.

● Red, yellow and orange: these are warmer colors and denote extroversion, expressiveness, practicality and vitality.

● Blue and green: these cooler colors generally show more sensitivity, peacefulness, as well as, an inward and intuitive nature.

● Violet and white: symbolizes a vivid imagination, magic and a spiritual orientation towards life. It tells you that you are, or have the ability to be connected to the one consciousness. It is the highest and truest ability to be one with the spiritual, allow great insight, vision and clarity.

*Black is a color often shrouded in confusion. Many individuals shy away from Black or using Black, especially when using Color Therapy. Black is actually a protective color. It can be used to calm and ground extremely sensitive people. It activates the feminine or magnetic energies of the body, strengthening them. It should be used sparingly for too much Black can cause Depression or aggravate emotional and mental condtions. Black is most effective when used in conjunction with White which balances the polarities of an individual. It can activate the level of the subconscious which can put life in it’s proper perspective.

A body that may have a Black Aura is usually a body without life. The light is gone from the body. Also remember, Black contains the entire color spectrum. It is just not visible to the human eye. Reading the Aura When reading an aura by sight or with Kirlian photography :

● The right side: emphasizes the masculine energy. The recent past or that which is leaving you.

● Center and above the head: best expresses what you are experiencing right now.

● The left side: emphasizes the feminine energy. The near future or that which is coming into your life.


The Shape of the Aura

● If it is bright and extended widely around you, this means that you are feeling happy, optimistic and good about life.

● If it is dark and narrow, this could mean that you are depressed, ill, listless or afraid.

● If it is even on all sides, this means that you are well balanced and consistent.

● If you see gaps or holes in your aura, this usually symbolizes a loss or a will to let go of something significant.


There is a rhythm to life! From the beat of our hearts to the beat of the streets, everything around us is set to it’s own timing. There is a natural tendency in nature towards harmony. When something is not in sync, has Dissonance or dischord, we know it and can sense or feel it. This creates disharmony between two people or a person and their environment. When our energies are in sync, this Resonance is very apparent. For example, being near someone who is calm, often makes us calm. Being in someone’s home that is arranged beautifully, can create a sense of peace. Women who tend to live in close proximity to one another, often become in sync with their menstrual cycles.

Couples in a relationship tend to start talking, acting and even looking like each other after time. These are all examples of entrainment. Creating Harmony Entrainment is an active process. By changing your rhythm and it’s frequency, this changes your vibration.

How to See Your Aura: Tips and Tricks!

Learn how to see your aura! As you’ll see, this practice is similar to meditation. You’ve heard many questions about auras, such as: ‘How can I see my aura?’ , ‘Are there any tips or tricks in seeing auras?’ , ‘What color is MY aura?’ , ‘How long does it take to see an aura?’ In this article, I’ll show you how to see your own aura!

Stand or sit several feet away from a mirror.  Make sure you have a solid, light colored background behind you.  Look at yourself in the mirror.  Focus your attention at an outlining spot on your body.  (I focus on the area between my neck and shoulders.)  At first, you might see a thin white or transparent image around your body. This white or transparent image will appear as a nearly-clear form of energy, but you’ll definitely see it. 'How can I see my aura?' , 'Are there any tips or tricks in seeing auras?' , 'What color is MY aura?' , 'How long does it take to see an aura?' aura, auras, tips, tricks, mu aura, how, how can, how do, how long, what color, seeing auras, see, Magic Eye Method, Magic Eye, Method

Remain focused.  Eventually that white or transparent image will expand and will become a noticeable color (on me it’s a thin yellow outline of my body).  At this point, you’re seeing something that your mind isn’t used to seeing, which triggers your brain to start thinking, and the aura disappears.  It’ll come back quickly and will disappear just as quickly as soon as you think about what you’re seeing.

If you can remain focused long enough on your aura, you’ll find that it will expand in waves like to image to the left, perhaps coming in a little closer but gradually going out further away from your body and enveloping other colors.  At this point, I see a purplish color, but once if I don’t maintain focus, then, I’ll lose the aura quickly when the aura expands..

The easiest way for me to see my aura is by using what I call the ‘Magic Eye Method’.  This is something I came up with when I meditate into a mirror and applied this theory to seeing my aura. When you view a Magic Eye picture long enough, another 3d picture emerges from the original picture.

For those who are unfamiliar with the Magic Eye, here’s an example. :

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(scroll to the bottom for the Magic Eye answer)

Here are the directions to see the 3D image inside of this picture:

(from the 3d magic eye website)

Hold the center of the printed image right up to your nose. It should be blurry. Focus as though you are looking through the image into the distance. Very slowly move the image away from your face until the two squares above the image turn into three squares. If you see four squares, move the image farther away from your face until you see three squares. If you see one or two squares, start over!

When you clearly see three squares, hold the page still, and the hidden image will magically appear. Once you perceive the hidden image and depth, you can look around the entire 3D image. The longer you look, the clearer the illusion becomes. The farther away you hold the page, the deeper it becomes.

magic eye source

Eventually, you can train yourself to focus out of your non-dominant eye (in my case, my left eye) which triggers a different visual brain reaction in your ability to see three dimensional figures (and subsequently, your aura) within these pictures.

Use this same type of unconventional viewing when trying to see your aura.  Stay focused, yet don’t ‘think’ about what you’re seeing.  See how far you can extend your aura.

Try doing this on other people or animals or even trees and plants!

In time, we will be able to see whose aura is compatible for 5D Earth and whose isn’t.  This will become second nature.  In time, people will see others with the “halo effect” that was seen in early Christianity pictures (and no, I’m not religious…hahaha)

Halo -Signifies divine radiance, but can also mean sainthood, sovereignty, wisdom and vital energy. Sometimes a golden disk or rayed disk, triangle or diamond shaped. Christ is often shown with a cruciform halo, as here. Live people such as the Pope will be shown with a square shaped halo. It is also seen in other religions, was used before christianity, and was originally a symbol of the sun or of majesty and power. Buddha has a red halo, the Hindu god Shiva has a fire-fringed halos signifying the cosmos, Roman emperors had halos, and in Christian Byzantium, even Satan was shown with a halo of power.

halo source

An interesting side note:  The ecliptic that occurs on 12-21-2012 forms a “cross,” represented as a bar crossing the major axis of the world tree.


 Relaxation may be defined as a positively perceived state or response in which a person feels relief of tension or strain. Meditation is one of the methods of relaxation. Both relaxation and meditation have a mental as well as physical dimension. They are believed not only to have beneficial effects on the mind, but also on the body itself. Meditation may be used as a treatment to help relieve stress in conditions such as coronary artery (heart) disease, essential hypertension, tension headache, insomnia, asthma, immune deficiency, panic and many others. Are these benefits a mere speculation or is there any proof to these claims ?

Physiological Changes

       Our body responds to stress and relaxation through the three systems which are:

  1. the autonomic nervous system
  2. the endocrine system, and
  3. the skeletal (voluntary) and smooth (autonomic) musculature systems.

       1. The autonomic nervous system

       This nervous system controls our body parts which function automatically to the body’s needs. It has two branches: the sympathetic which increases arousal when the body is under threat, and the parasympathetic which restores the body to a resting state. The effect of the sympathetic nervous system is collectively known as the “fight-flight response” which is characterised by an increase in heart rate, blood pressure, blood clotting time, blood flow to voluntary muscles, blood glucose level, breathing rate, acuity of senses, sweating, and a decrease of the activity in the digestive tract, which are required for an alert or emergency.

       In the absence of challenge or excitement, these actions are reversed and the parasympathetic system takes control. It also increases the tone in our small airways (bronchial constriction), promotes blood flow to the bowels and digestion is improved.

       2. The endocrine system

       The endocrine system works closely with the autonomic system by releasing hormones which modify the action of the internal organs in response to the environmental stimuli. The main organ of this system is the adrenal glands which are situated above the kidneys. They produce catecholamine hormones, noradrenaline and adrenaline. Noradrenaline is thought to produce changes associated with aggression, fighting behaviour, alertness and creates a feeling of arousal. Adrenaline is associated with anxiety and flight (flee) behaviour. Apart from these hormones, the adrenal glands also produce glucocorticoids, especially cortisol whose function is to maintain the fuel supply to the muscles. It also promotes the actions of the autonomic nervous system and regulates the immune system. Apart from sex hormones, most of the other hormones are produced in the brain. Among the hormones that are produced in the brain opiod peptides which include enkephalins, endorphins and dynorphins are of particular interest regarding the effects of meditation. They are considered to be associated with changes in the mood, pain threshold, immune activity and on bronchial (lungs) and arterial smooth muscle tone. Beta endorphins are produced in the hypothalamus of the brain and their levels are increased in regular exercise, meditation, and in acupuncture.

       3. The skeletal and smooth musculature system

       The muscles connected to the bones are voluntary and muscles in the internal organs are smooth muscles which are involuntary or autonomic. The release of tension in the skeletal musculature is thought to have a calming effect on the mind and exercise is helpful for relaxation.

Psychological Changes

       Three types of psychological theory concerning relaxation through meditation have been proposed, namely: cognitive, behaviour, and cognitive-behaviour. This article will deal mainly with the effects of meditation on the body and will leave the effects on the mind temporarily.

The Hypothesis

       Among many methods of meditation, awareness of breathing (Anapana) is the most popular technique. Other meditation methods will more or less, effect breathing at some stage and a slow, shallow breathing can change the autonomic system, the endocrine and the musculature systems.

       Respiration is directly linked with the autonomic system which controls physiological arousal. Chemoreceptors in the walls of the aorta and the carotid arteries help to control breathing and are sensitive to changes in the amount of carbon dioxide circulating in the blood. The levels of carbon dioxide influence physiological activity, and are conventionally represented in terms of partial pressure of carbon dioxide (Pco2). Overbreathing leads to excessive loss of carbon dioxide and a lowered arterial Pco2 (hypocapnia), whilst underbreathing to a build up of Pco2 (hypercapnia). Mild hypercapnia is associated with lethargy and symptoms resembling those of parasympathetic dominance (relaxation). Further rises of Pco2 create an effect that mimics sympathetic dominance (fight-flight response).

       A slow and shallow breathing in meditation can cause mild hypercapnia as Pco2 builds up with time. It also counteracts the effects of sympathetic activity by promoting the action of the parasympathetic nervous system. These changes results in a state of relaxation with a decrease in heart rate, blood pressure, blood coagulation time and acuity of senses. However, the activity of parasympathetic system may cause broncho-constriction and may also stimulate gastric acid secretion. These effects can aggravate asthma and gastric ulcer which is in contrast to the belief of the positive effect of meditation in these diseases.

       This contradictory interpretation may be explained by the following mechanisms. Relaxation will reduce the blood level of noradrenaline, adrenaline and cortisol, and promotes the secretion of endorphins and other opoid (opium like) neuropeptides in the brain cells of hypothalamus. Lower levels of noradrenaline, adrenaline and cortisol can be beneficial to gastric ulcers (stress can aggravate gastric ulcers) and higher levels of opoid neuropeptides can modulate pain threshold, immune activity and on the bronchial smooth muscle tone.

       It has been known for centuries that morphine abolishes tissue damage type pain, but not pin prick sensation or neurogenic pain. In the early 1970s, several research groups discovered that certain neurons (nerve cells) have morphine receptors or binding sites. These are called pharmacological receptors which are separate from physiological peripheral receptors, which transduce external energy (stimulus) into nerve impulses. Morphine is not a naturally occurring transmitter substance, but it imitates naturally occurring transmitters, enkephalins discovered in 1975, and other opiod substances, endorphins and dynorphin were discovered later. Morphine binding sites are not only found in some (but not all) neurons in pain pathways, but also in some neurons in the respiratory and vomiting centres of the brain.

       Thus opioid neuropeptides can modulate pain threshold and respiration.

Proofs of the Concept

       (I) Cortisol, ACTH and Beta-Endorphin levels

       A study in 18 healthy volunteers who regularly practise Transcendental Meditation (TM) and in 9 healthy non-meditator Controls (C) found out that there was a significant diurnal rhythm of these hormones in the normal subjects (C). The levels were high in the morning (9am) and low in the evenings (8pm) reflecting to the state of relaxation of the subjects. Whereas, in the meditation group (TM) it was found that there was no diurnal change in the adreno-cortical stimulating hormone (ACTH, hormone produced from the pituitary glands in the brain for feedback control of producing cortisol ) and beta-endorphin levels, but the diurnal rhythm was present for cortisol hormone. The study reported that practitioners of TM with similar anxiety levels to those of control group (C) showed a different pattern in the daytime secretion of pituitary hormones. They concluded that TM thus appeared to have a significant effect on the neuroendocrine axis which they considered that it was due to a change in feedback sensitivity caused by the meditation practice.

       Studies in animals suggest that chronic stress causes a high baseline level of cortisol and a low response to acute stress conditions and that such changes may contribute to disease. A study in humans who were exposed to experimental stressful conditions for 4 months found that the group who practised Transcendental Meditation (TM) had a low baseline level of cortisol and the response to stress conditions was significantly high. Whilst in the Control group of non practitioners the finding was reverse; the response of cortisol levels to stress conditions was lower than the basal cortisol level which was similar to that of the finding in animal studies. Other hormones (growth hormone, thyroid stimulating hormone & testosterone) were also measured and it was found that the baseline testosterone level was higher in TM than in the Control group which indicated that less chronic stress was present in TM. The study group concluded that the results appeared to support previous findings suggesting that repeated practise of TM reversed the effects of chronic stress significant for health.

       Tension headache

       Pressure pain threshold can be estimated in patients with tension headache by measuring the levels of beta-endorphin, substance P and serotonin in the blood. A study on 30 patients with tension-type headache (Test) was measured for the pressure pain threshold and compared with that of 30 age matched healthy subjects (Control). They found that the pressure pain threshold was significantly lower in the Test than in the Control. In the Test the levels of beta-endorphin and substance P were found to be lower, whilst serotonin level was higher than in the Control.

       In Immune Activity

       Our body has two defence systems to protect ourselves from the invasion of foreign substances including infectious organisms, namely: external defences which are skin and mucous membrane that act as a barrier to protect invasion from outside and inside; internal defences which constitute of cellular and biochemical agents collectively known as the immune system. In the cellular defence, macrophages play a very important role as they can detect and destroy the invaders and unwanted cells by engulfing, killing and dissolving them. They are important for acquired (specific or adaptive) immunity. Another type of cell, the natural (NK) cells often referred to as large granular lymphocytes are part of the early response to virus infection. The NK cells have low specificity and rapid action in destroying the invaders and are important in natural immunity.

       In a laboratory study it was found that enkephalin stimulated natural killer cell activity. Opioid peptides were not found to effect the cytotoxic activity of macrophages. A study in laboratory mice that were injected intraperitoneally with enkephalin, beta endorphin and dynorphin or proenkephalin were found to increase natural killer cell activity in spleens, as well as an increase in the percentage of cells with killer cell phenotype.

       Animal studies also reported that beta endorphins could influence bronchial smooth muscle tone. A study in 32 asthmatic patients (Test) and 12 healthy subjects (Control) found that there was a significant increase in beta endorphins in the baseline blood samples of asthmatics than in the Control, but after they were experimentally challenged with histamine to produce asthma the levels fall in the Test.

       (II) Cardio Vascular changes

       A study in 21 patients who had documented coronary artery (heart) disease found out that transcendental meditation (TM) had significant improvement (14.7%) in the exercise tolerance test, 11.7% increase in maximal workload, and significant improvement in ECG (18% delay in onset of ST-segment depression) after 8 months of practice.

       Another study in elderly subjects indicated that 18 subjects who practised TM had a lower (15%) blood level of lipid peroxides responsible for hardening of blood vessels (atherosclerosis) and other chronic diseases associated with ageing, than in 23 subjects who did not practice TM. The finding was still significant when the dietary factor (red meat consumption) was adjusted.

       Cardiovascular responses to stress reactivity has been proposed as a risk factor for hypertension. A study in 39 healthy males with normal blood pressure who were pretested for ambulatory (lying) blood pressure (BP) and cardiovascular reactivity to experimental stress were randomised to two groups to see if transcendental meditation (TM) was more efficient than a cognitive based stress education control (SEC). After 4 months of experimental stress they found that there was a significant reduction of 9mm Hg blood pressure in the TM compared to the SEC, although there was no change in the cardiovascular response to stressors. It was concluded that TM might be effective in the primary prevention of cardiovascular diseases in normotensive subjects.

       Another study in 127 older African Americans hypertensives (90 to 104 mm Hg diastolic) who were categorised for hypertension risk (psychosocial stress, obesity, alcohol use, physical inactivity, dietary sodium-potassium ratio, and a composite measure) were randomised into two groups to compare between two stress reduction programmes; transcendental meditation (TM) and progressive muscle relaxation (PMR). It was found that both systolic and diastolic pressures changed from baseline to 3 months follow up for both sexes and for high and low hypertension risk level. They found that in the TM the adjusted declines were 10-12 mmHg for systolic and 6-8 mm Hg for diastolic pressures in women and men respectively. It was not found to be significantly different between the baseline and follow up BP in the PMR, especially in women.


       These studies have provided evidence to support that transcendental meditation can release stress and has definite positive effects on hypertension and heart disease, and that beta endorphin and other opiod neuropeptides are increased by the technique. They do not however, provide evidence that meditation improves either asthma or immune activity although the opiod peptides are shown to be associated with these conditions. Meditation may improve tension headache and natural immunity (to virus infections) as provided by the indirect evidence from the studies.


relaxation leads u to utterly relaxed state….u no need to concentrate on something. concentrating on something makes u work on someting. U r working whole day, and u think u work for something n u would get it. No pain ,no gain formula does not works here. Meditation means utter silence, utter relaxation, its our only home . Once u reached there, u would feel like ur r at home. ONCE U REACH UR HOME U WILL KNOW IT. When u r relaxed ,You will feel that whole world is moving, and u r still, like a stone or a tree.

Remember we are trying to be one with this existence, which contains trees, mountains and rivers. You’ll have to b still and relaxed like mountains, calm like rivers. Like trees more clam , relaxed and still u r more quickly u r growth is possible.

The whole idea on meditation is to become relax, to return to ur original source, become pure and natural. Universe is clam, still and relaxed, so u should be. Relaxation is easy , its too easy, if u find it too hard to understand, then u ‘ll take a long time to get it. Reaching till here u need a long time. Zen directly teach u abt the last step. if u think its too complicated u still r immatured.

All ur life till now, if u think when was de last time u were happy and satisfied, ur answer will be “no not yet”. Satisfaction is much more bigger and powerful word than and happiness . Remember u dont want to be happy but satisfied with what u r right now. Once u r satisfied u r nor happy nor sad, ur in the nutral state of mind. that is important. To live in neutral state is the only way on living life.

—my own experience

10 day meditation course was very helpful for me

10 day meditation course was very helpful for me. you should do it once in a life time.  In  india, at markal place, it was free, free food, and free cells to stay. It was a defiantly a life chang expireance for me.  This is the best thing every happened to me. Mediation course and Mediation resorts are little expensive at some places. If u really want to experience. Go for this one. This ten day surely will change u.

Osho Commune “in pune also offers the same courses but they are very expensive, very thing in expensive there, my Dad was a sannyasi there for some time.

Mediation helps you to come out of your misery n depression makes you more conscious, alert and focused.  An art of living, Mediation is not an activity, it’s a lifestyle. You should live in it. The whole idea of Mediation is to become relax and clam. I don’t understand what bhgwan “ osho” says, I have understood only one word he said, ……………..relaxation..

The more relax you are, more energy gathers in u from universe, the more you have energy to work. Work with relaxed mind , be clam.   Trees are stable at one place, they don’t move. That is why they grow up, they progress. Every man is a god , in making, every man in seed . It’s or duty to look after that seed.  A man is like an onion , he has too many shells covered with, shells of depression, shells of  bad past memories. When you go deep in meditation these shell open. Slowly you become pure an pure like a child.

This is it, it’s the time that you have to wake up, it’s the wake up call,  don’t waste your time in crying, tension , or anger……or depression…..this has helped me to come out of big depression .




Welcome to my blog

Hello welcome to my blog,
I am Sumit Ranaware , an artist fr. India ,Pune.
I had finished my fine art from Bharti Vidhyapeeth, and Graphic Designing from Maac. I am also freelance artist.

My paintings mostly depict Meditation. My subjects are nature, philosophy, emotions,  experience while meditation and depression. Mostly Abstract Paintings.

I am quite familiar with Bhagwan Osho ‘s teaching  as my father also runs a small book shop in pune.  I have been reading his book and listening his discourses from a very long time .I had 2 painting exhibition in past,  one solo and one group.

Currently I am try to get buyers for my paintings.

Mediation helps you to come out of your misery n  depression  makes you more conscious, alert and focused.  An art of living, Mediation is not an activity, it’s a lifestyle. You should live in it. The whole idea of Mediation is to become relax and clam. I don’t understand what Bhagwan“ Osho” says, I have understood only one word he said, ……………..relaxation..

The more relax you are, more energy gathers in u from universe, the more you have energy to work. Work with relaxed mind , be clam.   Trees are stable at one place, they don’t move. That is why they grow up, they progress. Every man is a god , in making, every man in seed . It’s or duty to look after that seed.  A man is like an onion , he has too many shells covered with, shells of depression, shells of  bad past memories. When you go deep in meditation these shell open. Slowly you become pure an pure like a child.

This is it, it’s the time that you have to wake up, it’s the wake up call,  don’t waste your time in crying, tension , or anger……or depression…

—-Sumit Ranaware
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