Losing yourself and remaining conscious — that is the simplest formula for meditation.OSHO
"I disappear in my dance. The dance becomes so intense that I am no more."
Out of such experiences Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi, a Sufi mystic, simply made whirling his only method.
His followers are called whirling dervishes.
They whirl for hours — it is not easy. Jalaluddin Rumi himself whirled for thirty-six hours continuously, and in the whirling he became enlightened because in the whirling he got lost; only whirling remained.
There was no one inside. There was utter emptiness and silence.
Any activity, if it becomes so total that you are completely absorbed in it, becomes a meditation.
Losing yourself and remaining conscious — that is the simplest formula for meditation.