‘I don’t talk about things that you will find difficult to believe – I rarely talk about things which are beyond you. I prepare you so that you can experience them one day. These things [such as death] are not beyond your comprehension if you are going deep into meditation, but if you are not going into deep meditation they are beyond comprehension’ Osho
This one-day workshop introduces a meditative approach – one of awareness and celebration – to the reality of dying and its relationship to living.
Sharings with a partner, general discussions, exercises and meditation techniques enable you to move beyond the mind’s beliefs and superstitions to an experiential understanding of the interplay between living and dying and of our immortality. With that knowing, not only death, but your daily life too, can be transformed.
Pim Mol read bio here
What began ten years ago as a personal search for what happens when you die, grew into guiding people in the last phase of their lives; at home and in a hospice for young adults in Leiden, The Netherlands. In addition to my mother, who taught me to celebrate death at an early age, Osho is an important inspiration for me in this area. He has brought forward so much interesting material in a language that I can understand, so that not only dying but also living becomes so much more beautiful. And I am happy pass that on.
Dr Pushpa Goyal (Sarita) read bio here
Sarita has been facilitating workshops and retreats on the vision of OSHO for the last 12 years. She is a meditation facilitator from OSHO Meditation Resort in Pune, PLR & Pain Management therapist in OSHO Multiversity, OSHO Bardo facilitator, Hypnotherapist and a Psychologist.
10 Feb 2019, at Vatika Resort, Mohanchatti, Rishikesh, Rishikesh, India - Facilitated by Dr Pushpa Goyal (Sarita)
23 Feb 2019, 9.30 - 17.00 at , Leiden, The Netherlands - Facilitated by Pim Mol
22 Mar 2019, at Vatika Resort, Mohanchatti, Rishikesh, Rishikesh, India - Facilitated by Dr Pushpa Goyal (Sarita)