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Bringing Meditation into Life and Life into Meditation!

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Bringing Meditation into Life and Life into Meditation! : Living the Life of Zorba the Buddha! 
A weekend workshop with Subhan and Shanti
 

This Weekend Workshop will help you experience three elements essential to enhancing the quality of life: Meditation, Inquiry and Celebration.

Life is full of challenges, distractions, worries, tension, fears and other emotions! No wonder we crave silence and stillness. It is more essential than ever to learn how to go within through meditation,and find awareness, relaxation and self-acceptance. This workshop offers many Osho meditation techniques that you can use in your daily life!

At the same time, we also need to understand how we create the difficulties in our lives and how to effectively deal with them. With the insights and understanding that we gain from meditation, we can do this through inquiry and exploration processes.

And, it is essential to bring celebration – of EVERYTHING - into our lives to nurture us and help meditation to grow! We will explore several ways to do this.

This workshop is facilitated by Subhan Schenker and Shanti Schenker Skye. Subhan has been a disciple of Osho’s since 1979, and a meditator for over thirty-five years. He lived in Pune in the 70’s, in Rajneeshpuram in the 80’s for 4 ½ years, where he was one of Osho’s lawyers, and again in Pune from 1988 through 1998. He led groups in Pune at Osho’s Ashram in the 80’s and 90’s, and has facilitated groups worldwide, and at many Osho Centers, for the past 25 years, including: India, Japan, Germany, Mexico and the US. He is a certified counselor in Washington State, a certified meditation facilitator, and a certified facilitator of The Awakening of Love Program. He is the co-director of the Osho World of Meditation Center in Seattle.

Shanti met Osho on Christmas Day, 1973 in Bombay, and became His disciple in January, 1974. She had close, personal contact with Osho in many Darshans, where He gave her many unique meditations to use, which she will share in this camp. She has many wonderful stories about these times to share as well! She has lived in Osho’s Ashram (and in Rajneeshpuram) throughout the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. She was in charge of Chiyono, the Cleaning Department, at Osho’s Ashram in the 1970’s; was in charge of the Bakery in Rajneeshpuram, baking for up to 20,000 people! She also baked Osho’s bread and pastries there. She created the program “Centering in the Ordinary - Learning How to Weave Meditations into our Daily Life” in Pune 2. She has assisted Subhan in numerous workshops in India, Japan, Germany, Mexico and the U.S. She is a certified meditation facilitator, and is the co-director of the Osho World of Meditation Center in Seattle.

It is recommended to participate in all three days of the retreat for deeper experience but you can also participate in one or two days as your schedule permits.

Please register to reserve your space at your earliest convenience as space is limited!!! If you use paypal you can make the donations at [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]. Please use "Gift" option while making the payment to avoid the charge.

Dana Point Marina Inn has blocked few rooms for our group and is offering at a very discounted price. Most of the rooms are double queen beds. If you are willing to share the room with other participants in order to save cost, that option is also available.

Please mention "Osho Niranjana", which is the group name to receive discount on rooms. The contact number of Dana Point Marina Inn is (949) 496-1203. Here is a small clip of Dana Point Marina Inn. http://www.danapointmarinainn.com/SWF/video.html  

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Last Updated on Monday, 07 October 2013 01:19  

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