|From:||Osho Meditation Group D.|
|Sent on:||Saturday, May 18, 2013 3:36 PM|
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JOURNEY TO THE HEART
This is your chance to attend a heartful workshop with Swami Satya Vedant before he goes to India and come back until his next trip to the USA.
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
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM - Welcome, Arrival and Introduction to new participants
9: 00 AM - 10:00 AM - Dynamic Meditation
10 AM - 10:30 AM - Break
10:30 AM - 12: 30 PM - Meditation and sharing session with Swami Vedant.
12: 30 AM - 2:00 - Lunch
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM - Nadabrahma Meditation
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM - Break
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM: Meditation and sharing session with Swami Vedant.
Price $50 (includes one vegetarian meal cooked in indian curry style and breakfast, snacks items during the day*)- Couples pay $80
*Please arrange your own food if you have special dietary needs.
"Meditation is not an effort against the mind. It is a way of understanding the mind.
MAY 19: SUNDAY
AT ZORBA STUDIO CARROLLTON
9:15 AM - 12:30 AM
Click here or scroll below for details
IT WILL BE A 3 DAY RETREAT ON LAKE LEWISVILLE
This is a great opportunity to explore true dimensions in life, the reason we are born for, to know ourselves, in the guidance and energy of beloved Bodhisattva Swami Arun.
Swami Arun is worldwide popular disciple of Osho and contributing to transforming lives, helping people find abundance and joy in life. It’s an opportunity not to miss.
Swami Arun is an early and beloved disciple of Osho. He has been conducting Osho Meditation Camps for 35 years. In 1990 he founded Osho Tapoban, a large flourishing Osho Commune in Nepal. For more info. visit www.tapoban.com.
To experience a retreat with Swami Arun is a precious gift you give yourself. The deep values and benefits received will last all your life. Many people travel to Nepal and India for this kind of energy and transformation.
There will be an opportunity to take Sannyas for those who are interested.
We look forward to sharing this beautiful time together & invite you to come, join this caravan of meditation, love, laughter, and celebration!
Space is limited. When the retreat is full, names will be accepted for the waiting list.
FRI JUL 26
10 AM - 6 PM: A day of Meditation with Swami Anand Arun
07:00 PM - 9:00 PM -MUSIC AND CELEBRATION
SAT JUL 27
08:00 AM - 9:00 PM- Meditations, Joy, Laughter and Sannays Celebration with Swami Anand Arun, We will start with Dynamic Meditation at 8 AM
SUN JUL 28
08:00 AM - 6:00 PM-Prayerful Heart - with Swami Anand Arun, We will start with Dynamic Meditation at 8 AM
Single- $200/person including meals
Couple- $350/Couple including meals -*Married or a boyfriend and girlfriend living together are good example. Two friends coming to the retreat cannot be treated as couple.
Local Participants: Book before May 30 and get 10% discount
Out of town participants who are taking flight to come to retreat: $150 per person including meals(Other discounts cannot be combined)
Click here to pay-(This will take you to our website - scroll down to find the pay button).Make Sure to check accommodation details below before booking.
(To help keeping group energy intact, we are not offering partial participation this time, everyone is encouraged to stay for the whole program, We will allow two days participation (Sat and Sun) but one must pay the full cost.
* Vegetarian Meals will be provided that may include egg and dairy.
*Please arrange your own food if you have special dietary needs.
*Pictures or Videos will be taken, please let the organizer know in an e-mail at [address removed] or at arrival if you wish not to be included.
Hidden Cove Park on Lake Lewisville
Option 1- Bring your sleeping bag, pillow, blanket and toiletries and sleep in the meditation hall at the lake, There are men and women shower outside the hall- FREE
Option 2-Shared Accommodation at Comfort Suits, nearby hotel- One queen size bed per persons - Add $60 per night per person
Option 3-Individual Accommodation - Call the hotel directly at[masked] to book your room.
Hotel Address: 4796 Memorial Drive, The Colony, TX, US, 75056
CALL [masked] TO MAKE SURE ACCOMMODATION IS AVAILABLE UNDER OPTION 2.
* Vegetarian Meals cooked in indian style will be provided that may include eggs and dairy.
Park charges $10 per day per vehicle entry.
For Further queries, please send us an email at [address removed] or [address removed]. Or Visit us at www.zorbastudio.com or Call[masked]
Last year, more than 80 friends participated
Here a few reviews:
Click below to read more reviews, see pictures and Videos of past Osho retreats with Swami Arun
Carnival Retreat Reviews March 2011 and Carnival 2011 Retreat Video 1 and Carnival 2011 Retreat Video 2
Videos of Osho retreats with Swami Arun at Zorba Studio - June 2009 and July 2010 and Click here for more Videos
Photos of Retreat Place at Hidden Cove Park on Lake Lewisville
By Swami Satya Vedant
Osho’s acute observation is that, increasing drives to have and possess as well as to use more and more things is based on a very fallacious assumption – having more is being happy! And this very assumption leads people to go after money, work overtime, and eventually cripple one’s mind and body. Man’s whole identity lies ultimately with money which lands him in a precariously vulnerable condition – being a spiritual drop out.
What has further exasperated the situation is that the work begins to get more and more fragmented besides being repetitious as well. Beneath the chase for money and the rat race for going ahead of all, the physical and mental state of man continues to get eroded leading one to daydreaming, frustration, and resentment. The feverishly busier a man becomes to fulfill his unmet desires, the greater the eruption of anger against people at work – including the employer, fatigue, and almost complete breakdown of ability to relate meaningfully whether at home or at the place of employment. Furthermore, the training deeply rooted in childhood to manage tension at work submissively leads one to repressing one’s emotional energy thereby making the person vulnerable to aggression and subsequently gets one into psychosomatic illnesses. Osho’s insight in this matter is clear, he says: “If you suppress energy then you will become aggressive -- don't suppress energy. This is one of the deepest problems for modern man.”
Moreover, both, the utilitarian ideologies and the unprecedented breakthrough in technology have opened the floodgates of unrestricted greed on the one hand and the sense of powerlessness and isolation of the individual on the other. One thing seems to be apparent: modern man cannot survive as what Osho calls, an “ambiguous being.” Man can no longer live a suspended existence. Hence Osho’s whole vision is given to building bridges between the polarities of work and meditation.
Osho explains, life is a continuum between movement and rest, action and let go, tension and relaxation, using and regaining energy. The human organism reacts in busy and stressful situations with the same pattern of response. Repeated for years physical, mental, emotional responses become habitual, conditioned. Unconsciously we move, think, sense, feel in known ways only – we avoid unknown territory. In our busy lives, the individual stress pattern is mainly directed by the unconscious.
So, in Osho’s view, how to become conscious of our unconscious is what meditation is all about. By becoming aware of our conditioned responses and patterns of behavior while being lost in our busy world we expand our freedom to choose an authentic way of life; we discover the dignity of being the masters of our busy life and our actions.
As far as meditation is concerned, Osho’s repertoire is vast – it contains something for everyone, something for all situations. There are special meditation techniques for working men and women, for couples, and for children. Osho reminds:
“Whatsoever you do, do it with deep alertness; then even small things become sacred. Then cooking or cleaning become sacred; they become worship. It is not a question of what you are doing, the question is how you are doing it. You can clean the floor like a robot, a mechanical thing; you have to clean it, so you clean it. Then you miss something beautiful. Then you waste those moments in only cleaning the floor. Cleaning the floor could have been a great experience; you missed it. The floor is cleaned but something that could have happened within you has not happened. If you were aware, not only the floor but YOU would have felt a deep cleansing. Clean the floor full of awareness, luminous with awareness. Work or sit or walk, but one thing has to be a continuous thread: make more and more moments of your life luminous with awareness. Let the candle of awareness burn in each moment, in each act.”
Swami Satya Vedant
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.
also on the web: Check out www.newoilpaintings.com
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