OSHO Learning Self-Hypnosis
A gentle sustainable way to blow your own mind.
“The day you can hypnotize yourself is a great day; something valuable has been achieved. Then you can do miracles with it, upon yourself.” Osho
We sometimes have glimpses of freedom from the ego – when we are overwhelmed by an experience of beauty or in moments of deep love and intimacy. The popularity of extreme sports, for instance, comes from the way it can plunge us into the present moment. Is it possible to live in this clarity and overwhelming suchness 24/7? Osho says that it is and shows us how.
Learning Self-hypnosis will show you not only how to slip out of the prison that is the mind but how to stay out – make it a part of your life.
WHY ATTEND THIS SESSION?
“We call it a prison, but you used to call it your home; and I have taken you out of your home because it was not your real home, it was only make-believe. This freedom, this ecstasy that is arising, is your real home.” Osho
Self-hypnosis is a process that becomes easier and more beneficial the longer we practice it. Initially you may want to focus on escaping destructive habits. This will allow you to relax more easily; which will in turn, make self-hypnosis, and meditation, easier.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
- The techniques you will learn in a Learning Self-hypnosis session, are according to guidelines from Osho.
- You will learn to put yourself into a state of hypnosis and bring yourself out of it after a specific period of time set by you.
- You will learn the use of post-hypnotic suggestion to change habits.
- You will experience the power of watching without identifying; to free you from the grip of the ego.
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
- A live online session of 60 or 90 minutes with a certified facilitator with extensive experience in meditation
- Directions regarding OSHO Meditations that may support you at this stage of your journey
- Techniques to transform your daily life
“Self-hypnosis has to be in the service of meditation; that is its greatest use. But it can serve health, it can serve long life, it can serve love, it can serve friendliness, it can serve courage. All that you want, self-hypnosis can help you with. It can dispel your fears of the unknown, it can dispel your fear of death; it can make you ready for being alone, silent, peaceful. It can make you able to continue an undercurrent of meditation the whole twenty-four hours.” Osho
Aditi has been with Osho for many years and is a qualified psychologist and experienced psychotherapist, trained in Gestalt Therapy, Family Constellation, Hypnosis and the OSHO Meditative Therapies.
She has been giving individual sessions and courses both in her private practice for many years and is constantly bringing her love for meditation into her work with people.
Dedicated to Osho and his vision Aditi is also taking care of the website osho.com and its translators around the world.
Nidal MD is an experienced and passionate facilitator in both OSHO DeHypnosis and OSHO Meditations, which he uses to support people in their inner growth.
Originally a medical doctor, he started using medical hypnosis in his work. Later, after getting in contact with Osho’s work, meditation entered into his understanding of the power of the subconscious which is when meditation became the source of his whole work with individuals.
Based on this understanding and on his personal meditation experience he created his own way of working with people: “OSHO DeHypnosis for Inner Freedom”, an individually tailored process which includes specific hypnosis techniques combined with meditation.
Sudheer has been a meditator for 46 years and it shows! At the age of 70 he could pass for 50 and has a gentleness that makes him very relaxing to be around.
His first experience of OSHO Dynamic Meditation, at the age of 24, took him to “the space he was searching for” and he has experimented with all the OSHO meditations and many meditations from The Book of Secrets since.
As a teenager Sudheer was fascinated by the big questions: What is life? What is death? – his favorite book was The Tibetan Book of the Dead, a kind of guide book for the afterlife.
After studying philosophy for a while, he realized that what he was seeking was not to be found in words, so he moved into working closely with people, training as a general and psychiatric nurse.
Sudheer is also trained in Hypnosis, Self-Hypnosis and NLP and is experienced in helping people move into death consciously and joyfully. He is especially interested in using Hypnosis to deepen meditation and to deal with end-of-life issues – he is one of the co-creators of the OSHO Bardo, a popular guided meditative process for everyday use or for preparing for death.
Sudheer also travels the world facilitating meditation courses in such places as Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Spain, the Netherlands and the US.