Following video explains how so-called spiritual Gurus mislead innocent people in the name of dynamic meditation or singing meditation or chakra meditation.
Dynamic Meditation is a type of meditation propagated by an Indian spiritual teacher named Osho. It is a highly active and expressive form of meditation that involves a series of physical movements and vocalizations. While this type of meditation can be a powerful and transformative experience for some people, it is not without potential risks and side effects.
Some possible side effects of Dynamic Meditation include:
Physical exhaustion: Dynamic Meditation involves a lot of physical activity and can be physically demanding, which can lead to fatigue and muscle soreness.
Emotional release: The expressive nature of Dynamic Meditation may lead to the release of pent-up emotions, which can also lead to feelings of sadness, anger, or discomfort.
Disruption of sleep: Dynamic Meditation can be stimulating and may disrupt sleep patterns if practiced too close to bedtime.
It is important to approach any form of meditation, including Dynamic Meditation, with caution and respect, and to listen to your own body and mind to determine if it is appropriate for you.