“There are many things that you learn only when you start teaching them.” Osho
This is a seven-day training. The schedule is 2.5 hours training, 1-hr break, 1.5 hours practice – over a 5-hour day. A total of 28 hours training and practice.
This training offers an in-depth understanding and practice of each full one-hour meditation. Training sessions will focus on giving you the know-how, the resources, and the confidence to share these and other Osho meditations with others. The training materials include an extensive handbook with meditation instructions, tips for facilitating and insights from Osho. At the end of the training you will receive a certificate of completion
Meditation is playfulness, meditation is fun
Osho explains, “One has to be very playful about meditation, one has to learn to enjoy it as fun. One has not to be serious about it – be serious and you miss. One has to go into it very joyfully.” This is one of the many vital understandings the training explores.
WHY ATTEND THIS TRAINING?
A deep understanding of how these meditations work can be life changing
Osho indicates: “Your approach to meditation, and your understanding of the key points of each meditation, can make all the difference – in your experience and to the benefits you take away.” This understanding is vital when you want to share the meditations with others. Whether you have already been facilitating OSHO Meditations in the past or have only experienced their benefits for yourself so far, you will be amazed how much more depth and understanding you can take away from this week.
A series of shorter techniques that can help you stay centered, anywhere any time
We will explore a series of short meditations from Osho that you can use so as to remain centered and meditative while facilitating, in your meditation events, and in your daily life.
If you want to share these meditations and grow as an OSHO Meditation Facilitator, don’t miss this course!
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
You will learn and experience the following, gaining confidence to share these powerful techniques:
- The unique approach and “climate” around the OSHO Active Meditations
- Many of these meditations in-depth: the science behind each of them
- The essence of each stage of the meditations and the vital points that make all the difference
- The role of the facilitator, guidelines for facilitating
- Presentation practice with supportive feedback
- Short meditation techniques from Osho that can help make your meditation a 24-hour experience
- How to respond to meditators’ questions – relaxed communication
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
This training consists of:
- 7 LIVE training sessions of a little more than two hours a day over one week
- A complete 1-hour Active Meditation plus 30 minutes instruction and Q&A on each of the 7 days
- Q&A sessions with facilitator and valuable exchanges with other participants
- Meeting rooms for practice sessions and for small-group exercises
- 75-page Handbook with meditation instructions, tips for facilitating, insights from Osho
- A Certificate of Completion
Prerequisite: Some prior experience of OSHO Active Meditations.
If you have little or no experience with the OSHO Active Meditations yet, you cannot join the Training. However, you can join the concurrent OSHO Active Meditations In-Depth course to learn and practice them, and then join the next Training.
OSHO Dynamic, OSHO Kundalini Meditation and the OSHO Evening Meeting are essential parts of any course booked on OIO and if you haven’t already done so, please make sure you have subscribed to iOSHO prior to the course starting. Once subscribed you will be able to do the meditations in the time and place suggested by the facilitator. Currently there is a free, 7-day trial, available. If the course you’ve booked is longer than 7 days, we suggest that you subscribe for one month.
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Kimaya is a holistic therapist, facilitator and trainer in the field of bodymind, energy work and meditation with more than 25 years of experience.
“Practice today and feel the result immediately. If someone is willing to give an hour, he should get the feel of the results after this very hour. Then only will he be able to give an hour of his time tomorrow; otherwise it is uncertain that he will do it tomorrow. Requirements have changed for this age. In the world of the bullock cart everything moved slowly, so also meditation moved at a slow pace. Now is the jet age; now meditation cannot afford to be slow. It has to pick up speed.” - Osho