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Be A Meditator- Focus on fire rising through your form



 "Focus on fire", is taken from the "Osho- the book of secrets". Most of us want to get rid of our egos. Don't we? In the infographic, the artist shows the burning of ego and retention of self.  The ego is considered to exist in the head. If we focus on the process of breathing. When we exhale, space is created within. At that moment, we should close our eyes and enter within, and then when we inhale air (oxygen), energy is created. Imagine that this energy is burning the body.  Focus on fire rising from the toes upward to the head. Slowly there will be nothing. No ego too. Now, what we are left with is just ourselves.                                                                                   Keep Meditating


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