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From: Zorba S.
Sent on: Saturday, February 23, 2013 3:00 PM

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Come, experience the silence of heart in dance and meditation with Milarepa

An opportunity to embrace the abundance of love and gratitude in the loving group of Osho Sannayasins.

Time: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM


We will sing, dance, meditate and celebrate with Milarepa.


9:00 AM – 10:15 AM – Dynamic Meditation
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Silence Meditation in live music by Milarepa
12: 30 PM – 2:00 PM – Lunch
2:00 PM -3:30 PM – Osho Video discourse and Celebration
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM – Break
4:00 PM- 5:00 PM – Heart Dance or Circle of Love Mediation
5:00 PM – 5:30 PM- Chai, Coffee, Snacks and Closing.


$55/person including meals
$100/couple including meals

Please note:

*To help keeping group energy intact, we are not offering partial participation this time, everyone is encouraged to stay for the whole program.

* Vegetarian Meals will be provided that may include egg and dairy.

*Please arrange your own food if you have special dietary needs.  

*Pictures or Video may be taken, please let the organizer know ahead if you wish not to be included.

*People travelling from outside of Dallas can request to stay in the meditation hall of Zorba Studio on Saturday night. There is a shower in the Studio.

Click here to pay-(This will take you to our website - scroll down to find the pay button).


Zorba Studio
Carrollton, TX 75006

email: [address removed]

"If a person remains blissful in ordinary day-to-day life, doing small things but blissfully, then prayer is spread all over his life." -Osho

Pictures and Videos of last retreat

Osho Dec 2012

Click here to see pictures

Click here to see the video 1

Click here to see the video 2


About Milarepa:

Milarepa lived and worked in the Osho Commune International for more than ten years where he coordinated music with many world renowned musicians, singers and colleagues at that time. A few names are Miten, Deva Premal,DeuterPrem Joshua and Chinmaya Dunster.

His music & workshops carries wonderful grace. His presence & depth in music has tremendous effect on those who are exploring the inner world.

Now he tours internationally every year facilitating events, giving concerts, and sharing a unique vision of meditation, music and celebration.

Check out Milarepa's music samples and his websites below:


Milerepa Music Sample Bar

"Dancing is not passive, it is very active. In the end you become movement; the body is forgotten, only movement remains. Really, dancing is a most unearthly thing, a most unearthly art, because it is just rhythm in movement. It is absolutely immaterial so you cannot hold on to it. You can hold on to the dancer, but never to the dancing.

It just withers in the cosmos. It is there, and then it is not there; it is not here, and then suddenly it is here – it comes out of nothing and it is here – it comes out of nothing and then, again, goes into nothing. A dancer is sitting here; there is no dancing in him.

Make laughter, rejoicing, dancing, singing, part of a healthy being – just overflowing well-being."-osho


Meditation Retreat in West Coast with Swami Anand Arun - March / April 2013

Swami Arun will be visiting Los Angeles, San Francisco and Vancouver, BC to conduct several residential meditation retreats.

Swami Arun

The dates are as follows.

Los Angeles/San Diego : March 29, 30, 31

San Francisco: April 5, 6, 7

Vancouver : April 12, 13, 14

The Fabric of Life—On the Songs of the Mystic Kabir, Osho

Translated and edited by Vasant Joshi, PhD( aka Swami Satya Vedant)
Published by: OSHO Media International


Click here to read reviews

July 2013

Osho Meditation Retreat with Swami Arun

Swami Arun

Dates and Details coming soon

Oct 4-6, 2013

Osho Meditation Retreat in Dallas with Milarepa and Band


Milarepa and his Music Online


Large Osho Retreat Centers in Nepal and India

Osho Tapoban, Kathmandu, Nepal

Osho Dham, New Delhi, India

Osho Nisarga, Himachal Pardesh, India

Osho Meditation Resort, Pune, India


Contact OshoViha


Osho Books and Discouses CDs and Videos

Check out:

Osho News Online Magzine

Osho Radio on Internet

In English and Hindi

OSHO Hindi Internet Radio


Osho Events in North America

Check out:

Osho North America (NA)


Read, listen and watch Osho Discourses Online


Click here to watch Osho Videos on YouTube


Buy Osho Audio, Video, E-books, Discourses, Music Online






Swami Vedant

Swami Vedant, long time disciple of Osho, meditation facilitator, doctorate and scholar from India is with us in Dallas for an extended period of time. We will like to use this opportunity to arrange as many as programs to receive his guidance and insights on timeless topics such as meditation, awareness, relationships and emotions.

Every Saturday

Time: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Everyone is encouraged to participate and be audience in live talk by Swami Vedant that will be recorded in video for ( A website dedicated to the people who have been living close to enlighten master Osho and his teachings.) Program may followed by brief question answers and slient meditation with Swami Vedant.

Every Sunday

Time: 9:15 AM – 12:30 PM
Our regular mediation programs will be facilitated by Swami Satya Vedant. Program will be followed by community lunch as usual.


Please note- All the programs are subjected to change depending upon availability of Swami Vedant. In case he is not around, program will be replaced by some other meditation activity.

Cost to attend

There is no cost obligation to attend the programs; your love donations are happily accepted. We encourage everyone to contribute reasonable amount to help us keep going and bring more meditation focused activities in the area. Suggested amount is $20. No one will ask you for the money. Please put your contributions in the box near the front door. Suggested contribution for monthly membership is $55.


Zorba Studio
Carrollton, TX 75006

email: [address removed]

About Swami Satya Vedant

Swami Satya Vedant was initiated into Sannyas by Osho in 1975. Osho appointed him as Chancellor of Osho Multiversity, Pune.

He holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan, U.S.A., and another Ph.D. degree from M.S. University of Baroda, India. Vedant has given numerous public lectures and has held workshops around the world including at the United Nations, The World Bank, the Pentagon, as well as at Dr. Deepak Chopra's program in San Diego. In the corporate world, his workshops have been mainly focused on Stress Management and Managerial Effectiveness, Leadership, Human Relationship, Women and Self Empowerment, Education, and Health Enhancement for everyone.

Vedant's publications include books and a wide range of articles published in journals, magazines, and newspapers in India, USA, and Australia.

Swami Vedant’s lectures and programs are often relayed on TV in India. Click here to watch (Please note- Programs are in Hindi language)

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Breath - a bridge to the Universe



Meditation: Be aware when breathing stops

Sutra (Technique): Or, when breath is all out (up) and stopped of itself, or all in (down) and stopped - in such universal pause, one’s small self vanishes.

Audio: Available ( Click Here to Listen to Audio ), when breath is all out (up) and stopped of itself, or all in (down) and stopped  -- in such universal pause, one's small self vanishes. This is difficult only for the impure.

But then it is difficult for everyone because, he says, this is difficult only for the impure. But who is the pure one? It is difficult for you; you cannot practice it. But you can feel it sometimes suddenly. You are driving a car and suddenly you feel there is going to be an accident. Breathing will stop. If it is out, it will remain out. If it is in, it will remain in. You cannot breathe in such an emergency; you cannot afford it. Everything stops, departs.

Or, when breath is all out (up) and stopped of itself, or all in (down) and stopped -- in such universal pause, one's small self vanishes: Your small self is only a daily utility. In emergencies you cannot remember it. Who you are -- the name, the bank balance, the prestige, everything -- just evaporates. Your car is just heading toward another car; another moment and there will be death. In this moment there will be a pause. Even for the impure there will be a pause. Suddenly breathing stops. If you can be aware in that moment, you can reach the goal.

Zen monks have tried this method very much in Japan. That is why their methods seem very weird, absurd, strange. They have done many inconceivable things. A master will throw someone out of the house. Suddenly the master will begin slapping the disciple without any rhyme or reason, without any cause.

You were sitting with your master and everything was okay. You were just chit-chatting, and he will begin to beat you in order to create the pause. If there is any cause the pause cannot be created. If you had abused the master and he starts beating you there is a causality, your mind understands: "I abused him, and he is beating me."

Really, your mind was expecting it already, so there is no gap. But remember, a Zen master will not beat you if you abuse him, he will laugh, because then laughter can create the pause. You were abusing him and you were saying nonsense things to him, and you expected anger. But he starts laughing or dancing. That is sudden; that will create the pause. You cannot understand it. If you cannot understand the mind stops, and when the mind stops, breathing stops. Either way -- if breathing stops, mind stops; if mind stops, breathing stops.

You were appreciating the master and you were feeling good, and you were thinking, "Now the master must be pleased." And suddenly he takes his staff and begins to beat you -- and mercilessly, because Zen masters are merciless. He begins to beat you; you cannot understand what is happening. The mind stops, there is a pause. If you know the technique, you can attain to your self.

There are many stories that someone attained buddhahood because the teacher suddenly started beating him. You cannot understand it -- what nonsense! How can one attain buddhahood by being beaten by someone, or by being thrown out of the window by someone? Even if someone kills you, you cannot attain buddhahood. But if you understand this technique, then it becomes easy to understand.

In the West particularly, in the last thirty or forty years Zen has become very much prevalent -- a fashion. But unless they know this technique, they cannot understand Zen. They can imitate it, but imitation is of no use. Rather, it is dangerous. These are not things to be imitated.

The whole Zen technique is based on the fourth technique of Shiva. But this is unfortunate. Now we will have to import Zen from Japan because we have lost the whole tradition; we do not know it. Shiva was the expert par excellence of this method. When he came to marry Devi with his barat, his procession, the whole city must have felt the pause... the whole city!

Devi's father was not willing to marry his girl to this "hippie" -- Shiva was the original hippie. Devi's father was totally against him, and no father would permit this marriage. So we cannot say anything against Devi's father. No father would permit his daughter's marriage to Shiva. But Devi insisted so he had to agree -- unwillingly, unhappily, but he agreed.

Then came the marriage procession. It is said that people began to run, seeing Shiva and his procession. The whole barat must have taken LSD, marijuana. They were "high." And really, LSD and marijuana are just the beginning. Shiva knew and his friends and disciples knew the ultimate psychedelic -- soma rasa. Aldous Huxley has named the ultimate psychedelic "soma" only because of Shiva. They were high, just dancing, screaming, laughing. The whole city fled. It must have felt the pause.

Any sudden, unexpected, unbelievable thing can create the pause for the impure. But for the pure there is no need of such things. For the pure, the pause is always there. Many times, for pure minds, breathing stops. If your mind is pure -- pure means you are not desiring, hankering, seeking anything -- silently pure, innocently pure, you can be sitting and suddenly your breath will stop.

Remember this: mind movement needs breath movement. Mind moving fast needs fast movement in breath. That is why when you are in anger, breath will move fast. In the sex act, the breath will move very fast. That is why in Ayurveda- a system of herbal medicine in India- it is said that your life will be shortened if too much sex is allowed. Your life will he shortened, according to Ayurveda, because Ayurveda measures your life in breaths. If your breathing is too fast, your life will be shortened.

Modern medicine says that sex helps blood circulation, sex helps relaxation. And those who suppress their sex may get into trouble -- particularly heart trouble. They are right and Ayurveda is also right, but they seem contradictory. But Ayurveda was invented five thousand years before. Every man was doing much labor: life was labor, so there was no need to relax, there was no need to create artificial devices for blood circulation.

But now, for those who are not doing much physical labor, sex is their only labor. That is why modern medicine is also right for modern man. He is not doing any physical exertion, so sex gives the exertion: the heart beats more, the blood circulates faster, the breathing becomes deep and goes to the center. So after the sex act you feel relaxed and you can fall into sleep easily. Freud says that sex is the best tranquillizer, and it is -- at least for modern man.

In sex breathing will become fast; in anger breathing will become fast. In sex the mind is filled with desire, lust, impurity. When the mind is pure -- no desire in the mind, no seeking, no motivation; you are not going anywhere, but just remaining here and now as an innocent pool... not even a ripple -- then breathing stops automatically. There is no need for it.

On this path, the small self vanishes and you attain to the higher self, the supreme self.

I think this will do for today.


Zorba Studio offers blend of Art, Meditation and Yoga.

During the weekends, we facilitate meditations inspired by Enlightened master OSHO and Yoga.

During the weekdays Zorba Studio is a Beautiful Art Gallery.

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