ONE -DAY MEDITATION CAMP WITH SWAMI RAVINDRA BHARTI, JUNE 7TH, 2014 : RIVER DISAPPEARING INTO THE OCEAN
We are delighted to have one of the hosting a one day meditation event at the Sadhana center (Astoria, NY) conducted by our beloved guest Swami Ravindra Bharti from Osho Dham, India - an Osho disciple since 1975 and a therapist who created a Managing the Buddha Way Workshop and has been on his spiritual journey for the last 30 years.
"Life is just a river, a long river -- a long line through snowy fields. And then what happens? Each river, small or big, dissolves into the ocean, finds its way without any guide, without any sutras, without any masters. It may go astray, zigzag, but finally it reaches to the ocean. And that reaching to the ocean is becoming the ocean. That is the rebirth. That's what we mean by meditation. That's what we mean by the Zen Manifesto. Every river is destined to disappear one day into the ocean. Go dancingly, go joyfully. There is no need to be worried, there is no need to be hurried. The ocean is waiting -- you can take your time, but take your time with joy, not with tensions and anxieties. Rejoice and dance and sing and love, and finally you are going to disappear into the ocean." Osho
Osho Sadhana Meditation Center,
18-52, 21st Drive, Astoria, Queens, NY
Seats are limited, we can accommodate only 25 people for active meditations at a time in Osho Sadhana, so please book your place asap.Call one of our contacts to book your place.
Ravindra Bharti, a former corporate executive has pursued self-discovery techniques for over 25 years. He has been with a spiritual master Osho and worked with world renowned therapists on various schools of thoughts for over 30 years. From here he has derived techniques ranging from the physical to the psychological and to the spiritual.Ravindra personifies Osho’s teaching of being in the world and yet not of the world. On his path as a seeker, he has also been guiding new seekers coming to Osho’s World.
Ravindra helps the workshop participants to explore these techniques –and not theories. He has shared these techniques to enhance the participant’s relationships, innovation and creativity at work. As a catalytic agent he likes to have interactive sessions, to work and relate with people.
His experience of meditation and the marketplace is distilled in the Managing the Buddha Way Workshop Managing the Buddha Way Workshop Managing the Buddha Way Workshop. This path-breaking workshop and others is ‘transformation incubator’ that confronts our most powerful driving forces: our emotions of fear, love, hate and jealousy, to name a few.He has been conducting meditation camps regularly at Oshodham and abroad. He has also been leading the essential meditation groups like Mystic Rose, No- Mind and Born Again at Oshodham.
He has travelled extensively to several countries. He has also travelled inside himself to witness the great storehouse of energy and creativity that can be harnessed for success and joy in life.