OSHO MEDITATION FACILITATORS TRAINING
“Before you start doing a technique, be fully alert that you have understood it. Each technique is for bringing about a revolution in you. First try to understand the technique absolutely rightly.”
Enjoy deepening your understanding of the OSHO Meditations and connecting with the art of being a facilitator.
Learn the skills and gain the confidence to introduce them to others – in a meditation centre or a spa, in your business or other professional setting, as well as sharing the gifts of these meditations with your friends and loved ones.
Getting to the heart of meditation
Your approach to meditation, as well as your understanding of the key points of each meditation, can make all the difference in your experience and in the benefits you take away.
These days of training focus fully on the in-depth content of the meditations and on the best way for you to get the most out of them and share them with others. It is a perfect way to deepen your understanding of the meditations you already know and get to know others that you have not yet explored.
The training includes some short meditations for every day, and there is time for all your questions, not only about the many OSHO meditations, but also about your own journey with meditation. The days are informative, experiential, fun and yet unexpectedly profound.
♥ What is meditation?
♥ Who/what is OSHO?
♥ The unique approach and energy of Osho’s meditations.
♥ The many OSHO Active Meditations in depth: the science behind each of them, the essence of their steps, the vital points that make all the difference.
♥ Short meditations to use in your daily life and while working as a facilitator.
♥ The art of facilitating: your role as facilitator, guidelines for facilitating.
♥ Your own questions and how to respond to meditators’ questions.
♥ A wide range of additional issues, such as grounding, relaxed communication, equipment use, presentation practice.
“It will be good for you also. This is my observation, that there are many things that you learn only when you start teaching them. The best way to learn a thing is to teach it.”
Timetable: 10am-2pm, 3.30-5pm, 9.15-10.15pm. (Approximately)
Garimo was born and educated in the Netherlands and the UK, and started her work in the field of hum...