Participate in OSHO Afroz
“Creativity has nothing to do with any activity in particular – with painting, poetry, dancing, singing. It has nothing to do with anything in particular.
Anything can be creative – you bring that quality to the activity. Activity itself is neither creative nor uncreative. You can paint in an uncreative way. You can sing in an uncreative way. You can clean the floor in a creative way. You can cook in a creative way.
Creativity is the quality that you bring to the activity you are doing. It is an attitude, an inner approach – how you look at things.” – OSHO
Living in Afroz is a daily invitation for participating in being not just a visitor but being part of the place itself.
To support our friends going deeper into meditation, there is a wide selection of things one can do while staying in OSHO Afroz.
One of the most commonly used programs is the “Living in Meditation Experience Program (LIME)”, where you will be part of the daily communal life of Afroz, supporting in the bar, kitchen, office, helping to care for the accomodation, laundry, sweeping the buddha grove or simply watering the plants. All that while mediating together throughout the day. If that is something that interested you, go here.
Besides the daily program of Meditation and other Events, many of our friends are offering their skills and qualities to support friends with a range of things that support us in going in..
A set of individual sessions are provided by qualified session givers that have been tested and evaluated for their practice. Sessions are held in specially arranged areas of the center and can be from half-hour to two-and-a-half hours in length. Sessions are available at different starting times throughout the day and in a wide variety of fields such as Bodywork, Meditation, Mind-Emotions and Life Issues.
OSHO Meditation Therapies:
Meditative Therapies were created by OSHO. They are scientifically designed for the contemporary man. A breakthrough to meditation, a speeding up process to connect with our natural state of being.
The OSHO approach to therapy is that it can never be the ultimate solution to human problems, but it can be used as a tool to help prepare the ground for meditation. Based on this understanding he has created a series of “meditative therapies” that give participants the opportunity to dissolve the tensions and repressions that keep them from being able to sit silently and observe the mind that creates problems in the first place.