OSHO Dublin meet every Thursday in the Lantern Centre from 6.15m to 7.45pm to share in OSHO® meditations. We organise weekend retreats and all day OSHO days that include OSHO discourses. All of these are displayed on our upcoming events page.
You can contact us on 086 348 3461 if you have any questions or want to know more about what we do.
Please note: Meditations on Thursdays start at 6.30pm sharp. If you are late you won't be able to participate once the Do Not Disturb the Meditation sign is up.
Who is Osho?
Osho is an enlightened Master who created a new meditative path which brings together the silence of the East and the celebration of the West to create a fusion which he calls Zorba the Buddha. His meditations use the path of meditation and silence and the path of love and celebration to bring about awareness and no-mind.
What are OSHO®active meditations?
Osho’s first and most famous meditation is OSHO® Dynamic Meditation and it is only done in the early morning. It uses both effort and meditation. Osho believed that for many, the body needs to be active first, to throw out its junk and go through catharsis before a person can drop into silence. Osho created a number of meditations, some silent but most are active. Each meditation is supported by original music that was created by Osho and a series of stages that brings about transformation in the meditator.
To find out more about Osho
We would recommend that you visit www.osho.com. This is the official OSHO® website and it you can buy books, CDs or find out more about the meditation centre in Pune if you would like a deeper experience of OSHO® meditations.
Osho books and the more popular meditations on CD can be purchased at via ww.osho.com/shop/ or locally in Dervish bookshop on Aungier street, Dublin 2.
“Once you start living a life of Truth, Authenticity, of your Original Face, all thoughts, by and by disappears because the conflict drops and you are no more divided.” Osho, The Perfect Master Vol. 1 Talk #5 ---------------------------------------
What is the cost for each meditation?€10 for each meditation if you are working or €5 for students / unwaged.
Do I have to attend a series of meditations? No you are free to attend as many or as a little meditations as you like. re are no set number of meditations to attend. Come to the meditation that you feel drawn to.
I am travelling from overseas and would like to visit your centre. Can you arrange a viewing for me? OSHO Dublin only meets on a Thursday evening. You are welcome to join us or for more information you can contact bhairavi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am coming to Dublin / Ireland. Can you recommend a place to stay? As Osho Dublin is operated by volunteers we would not be a position to recommend a place to stay. However there are a number of great sites for accommodation such as Airbnb, Discover Ireland, Yelp.ie (for restaurants etc) or http://www.visitdublin.com/home/