Meditation Energy Spot
Osho View Point
The viewpoint pyramids are constructed in an elevated position, to enable an aerial view of the campus amidst the mountains. A pyramid erected at such slight altitude is a breezy place, where one easily slips into a thought-free state.
Osho Pyramid is situated along the trek path to Tapasthali. Rampa Pyramid is situated on the western side of the Mega Pyramid, in the midst of plenty of trees.
A sacred place on the hill top, “Tapastali” is meant exclusively for an intense meditation practice in nature. It is a scenic place from where you can have an excellent view of the entire Pyramid Valley campus and the Star Light Room Block. People gather in groups and practice meditation in this still and serene atmosphere. Many spiritual gurus have identified this spot as the most energetic power spot in the entire campus. Whenever present on campus, Patriji, too, holds meditation sessions here.
Adi Shakti Dhyana Kshetram
This high-energy place at the rear side of the Maitreya Buddha Pyramid is the first place where Brahmarshi Patriji meditated inside the campus in 2003 and envisioned the Pyramid Valley project. This open and clean place in the woods has a lot of high energy which can be experienced during meditation.
Milarepa Akhanda Dhyana Pyramids
These 10 independent, spacious 8’x8’ pyramids are situated amidst a coconut grove. Meditators who wish to practice intense meditation can stay in these pyramids to experience and enjoy the blissful state of meditation.
Zen Garden Labyrinth
A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The Labyrinth represents a journey to our own centre and back again out into the world. Labyrinths have long been used as meditation and mindfulness technique.