Episode 23 - Conscious Dying

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Episode 23 - Conscious Dying

Love Osho Podcast

Today our guest is Veetman. Veetman took sannyas in 1978 and in 1986 he was entrusted by Osho the School for Life and Death Processes, later known as the Institute for Living and Dying.

I think you’re going to really enjoy this episode, and as always, send your questions to info@loveosho.com or contact Veetman via his website below. Enjoy the show!

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

How Veetman came across Osho

Veetman’s first meeting with Osho

Veetman’s energy darshan

Veetman explains the Tibetan Bardo

Veetman explains how to conduct the conscious dying meditation he devised

Veetman taks about the difference between meditators and non-meditators when they die

Veetman talks about the fear of dying

How Veetman got into the theme of death and conscious dying

Veetman watches his friend’s body burning

Osho’s meditation on death

Becoming enlightened at the time of death

Death is the greatest opportunity to take the jump into enlightenment

How Veetman understand Osho’s death

What Veetman learnt from Osho that is helping him in his work

What science says about death in relation to meditation and conscious dying

Veetman’s advice to young people to avoid fear and misery at time of death

Veetman’s latest projects (new book, CDs and meditations)

Veetman's morning routine

Veetman's favourite meditation

Veetman and Osho today

Resources:

Veetman’s website

Veetman on Facebook

Love Osho Youtube channel

Love Osho Free Guide - How to meditate if you can't sit quietly

Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

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Today our guest is Veetman. Veetman took sannyas in 1978 and in 1986 he was entrusted by Osho the School for Life and Death Processes, later known as the Institute for Living and Dying.

I think you’re going to really enjoy this episode, and as always, send your questions to info@loveosho.com or contact Veetman via his website below. Enjoy the show!

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

How Veetman came across Osho

Veetman’s first meeting with Osho

Veetman’s energy darshan

Veetman explains the Tibetan Bardo

Veetman explains how to conduct the conscious dying meditation he devised

Veetman taks about the difference between meditators and non-meditators when they die

Veetman talks about the fear of dying

How Veetman got into the theme of death and conscious dying

Veetman watches his friend’s body burning

Osho’s meditation on death

Becoming enlightened at the time of death

Death is the greatest opportunity to take the jump into enlightenment

How Veetman understand Osho’s death

What Veetman learnt from Osho that is helping him in his work

What science says about death in relation to meditation and conscious dying

Veetman’s advice to young people to avoid fear and misery at time of death

Veetman’s latest projects (new book, CDs and meditations)

Veetman's morning routine

Veetman's favourite meditation

Veetman and Osho today

Resources:

Veetman’s website

Veetman on Facebook

Love Osho Youtube channel

Love Osho Free Guide - How to meditate if you can't sit quietly

Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

*** REVIEW! ***

If you’ve enjoyed the show, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps us improve the show and makes it easier for other people to find us and benefit from the content. Thank you so much!

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