A group of Indian mystics claim to have come up with a surefire way of fighting off loneliness and isolation triggered by long periods on the Internet.
The Osho Commune International, based in Pune, northern India, has created a meditation technique that will sweep away any Internet blues and pep up your concentration skills at the same time.
The meditation technique, known as 'Osho Kundalini', has four stages that last for one hour and involve meditation interwoven with shaking and dancing to music.
Surfers can download the Kundalini music on the Internet or buy it online from the Barnes & Noble or Amazon.com US bookstore sites.
The commune was founded in Pune in 1974, by an Indian spiritual mystic, Osho, who died in 1990.
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