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Reminding Yourself of The Forgotten Language TALKING TO YOUR BODY MIND

August 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

$300

We do private  training also

Reminding yourself of the Forgotten Language of Talking to the Body/Mind

~OSHO Meditative Therapy~

 

The body is a miracle”; it is tremendously beautiful, tremendously complex. There is no other thing so complex, so subtle as the body. You don’t know anything about it. You have only looked at it in the mirror. You have never looked at it from the within; otherwise it is a universe in itself. That’s what the mystics have always been saying: that the body is a miniature universe. If you see it from the inside, it is so vast – millions and millions of cells, and each cell alive with its own life, and each cell functioning in such an intelligent manner that it seems almost incredible, impossible, unbelievable….

“People need to be taught how to make friends with the body”

“Doctors and scientists have now come to recognize what common sense has always told us – that there is a deep connection between body and mind, and it profoundly affects our overall physical health and sense of well-being. Researchers have found that more than half our physical ailments are stress-related. And the “placebo effect” – where people get better just because they believe that a certain treatment or medicine is going to help them, even if they are only taking a sugar pill – is well documented. Osho points out often in his talks that the thin layer of the conscious mind – the part that intellectually understands something – is only a tenth of our reality. The unconscious layers are far bigger, and when we’re not in touch with them they can be far more powerful.…” Osho This guided meditation is a process of being reminded of a language most of us have forgotten. It’s the language of communicating with your own body. To communicate with the body, talking to it, listening to its messages has been a well known practice in ancient Tibet.

Modern medical science is only now beginning to recognize  what the sages and mystics have always known. : that the mind and body are not separate entities but deeply related. The mind can affect the condition of the body, just as the condition of the body can affect the mind.

Osho has created many meditation techniques especially for today’s men and women.

This guided meditation of talking to the mind and body has been developed with his guidance:

Once you start communicating with your body, things become very easy.

The body need not be forced, it can be persuaded. One need not fight with the body — that’s ugly, violent, aggressive, and any sort of conflict is going to create more and more tension. So you need not be in any conflict — let comfort be the rule. And the body is such a beautiful gift from God that to fight with it, is to deny God himself. It is a shrine… we are enshrined in it; it is a temple. We exist in it and we have to take every care of it — it is our responsibility.

So for seven days…. It will look a little absurd in the beginning because we have never been taught to talk to our own body — and miracles can happen through it. They are already happening without our knowing it. When I am saying something to you, my hand follows in a gesture. I am talking to you — it is my mind that is communicating something to you. My body is following it. The body is en rapport with the mind.

When you want to raise the hand, you have to do nothing — you simply raise it. Just the very idea that you want to raise it and the body follows it; it is a miracle. In fact biology or physiology has not yet been able to explain how it happens. Because an idea is an idea; you want to raise your hand — it is an idea. How does this idea become transformed into a physical message to the hand? And it does not take any time at all — in a split second; sometimes without any time gap.

For example I am talking to you and my hand will go on collaborating; there is no time gap. It is as if the body is running parallel to the mind. It is very sensitive — one should learn how to talk to it, and many things can be done. – Osho

This process is a chance to mobilize your self-healing energies and to relax deeply.

The meditation has three parts :

1. You will be speaking to specific parts of your body, and to your whole body.

It is a good idea to speak aloud as this will help you to stay alert and conscious.

2.  You will be communicating with your unconscious mind about a problem that you may be having with your body, whether it is a question of being sick, being overweight, being in pain. etc. , or simply wishing  to feel more alive and healthy.

In a deeply relaxed state you will connect with the part of your unconscious  mind that is responsible for the condition of your body, approaching it with respect and friendliness. For example, if you experience your weight as a problem, the part of your unconscious mind responsible for this is a very devoted servant to you, and a guardian. By making you overweight this guardian has been trying to help and protect you. In a deep trance state, the guardian can create new ways to fulfill its positive intention while allowing your body to be natural and healthy again. In this way you arrive at a new understanding about your body-mind mechanism and its ability to heal itself.

3.  A healing trance, deepening the understanding that your body, your mind and your soul are one.

Before you begin to use the technique, however, a few important points:

First:

It is important to remember that pain and other recurring symptoms of physical discomfort can be an indication of serious illness.

Second:

Osho says that this technique of talking to your mind and body can be used for anything that the body can already do, something that is within its ability. If you ask the body to do something that is impossible, then the trust will be destroyed and it won’t work. If you don’t have eyes, he says, how can the body be told to see? But for ordinary things, like migraines and bodily pains and other functions that are within the capacity of the body to heal of itself, then this method can do much to help.

Third:

Don’t talk directly to the discomfort or disease. The disease is not part of the organism, it is something external, in fact something against the organism. You must talk to the brain/body, not to the discomfort itself. And when it is gone, thank the brain and body for letting the discomfort go. Basically, we are talking to the brain and the brain talks to the body, but we don’t know the language. We know that if we tell the arm to rise, we can raise it, it follows the instructions of the mind. But for the inner workings of the body/mind, we do not know exactly what the right instruction is so that the body will follow. Osho says, “This is the real trinity — the soul, the mind and the body. The soul can do nothing directly; it is the one asking for the pain to go. The brain has to speak to the body.”

Osho has given the following suggestions to people experimenting with the meditation, which may be helpful to you:

Weight loss: “First tell the brain that you are sending a message to the body, and that the brain should pass it on. Then simply tell the body that 5 pounds or kilos less will be ideal and that you digest normally. Do not involve the eating at all. Just tell the body that some pounds less are needed. And when you get there, tell the body to stay there, that there is no need to lose any more weight or to gain more weight.”

Migraine: “Speak to the body in two ways. First speak to the whole body, telling it that that its help is needed to send away this pain in the brain. Explain to the body that pain is not its natural way. There is no need to be carrying this pain. Then speak to the brain directly, in your own words telling it, ‘I do love you but this pain is not part of your nature, and it is time to get rid of it.’ And when it is gone simply remind the brain not to take it back.

The Meditative Therapies – created by the Indian mystic Osho – are processes for freeing our energies, to renew vitality and to create space for silence.  They work energetically, by-passing the conscious, analytic mind.  They are therefore clear, pure processes where individuals are connecting directly with their own energy, without any interference or intervention from a facilitator (except in rare circumstances where guidance is needed).
All of them are basically meditations – even in the active phase.  One is in a moment – to -moment encounter with oneself.

This guided meditation is a process of being reminded of a language most of us have forgotten.

It’s the language of communicating with your own body. Communicating with the body, talking to it, listening to its messages has been a well known practice in ancient Tibet.

Modern medical science is only beginning to recognize what the sages and mystics have always known: that the mind and body are not separate entities but deeply related. The mind can affect the condition of the body, just as the condition of the body can affect the mind.

You are more than the body and there is no need to have any attachment. But love is not an attachment, compassion is not an attachment. Love and compassion are absolutely needed for your body and its nourishment. And the better body you have, the more is the possibility for growing consciousness. It is an organic unity.

Reminding Yourself of the Forgotten Language of Talking to Your Body Mind

The body is the visible soul, and the soul is the invisible body. The body and soul are not divided anywhere, they are parts of each other, they are parts of one whole. You have to accept the body, you have to love the body, you have to respect the body, you have to be grateful to your body… The body is the most complex mechanism in existence — it is simply marvelous! And blessed are those who marvel. Begin the feeling of wonder with your own body, because that is the closest to you. The closest nature has approached to you, the closest God has come to you, is through the body. In your body is the water of the oceans, in your body is the fire of the stars and the suns, in your body is the air, your body is made of earth. Your body represents the whole of existence, all the elements. And what a transformation! What a metamorphosis! Look at the earth, and then look at your body, what a transformation, and you have never marveled about it! Dust has become divine – what greater mystery is possible? What greater miracles are you waiting for? And you see the miracle happening every day. Out of the mud comes the lotus…and out of the dust has arisen our beautiful body.” Using hypnosis, you first reconnect with your body/mind, making friends with it, and then start a healing process by communicating with your unconscious. Of this meditative therapy Osho points out that it can be used for weight control, for dealing with migraines and any other body aches and pains or for anything in the body which is out of natural balance. TALKING TO YOUR BODY MIND

A voice will guide you into communicating with your body and with your mind to support natural healing and harmony.

This method can be used for anything in the body or mind that is out of natural balance.

“The body is the visible soul, and the soul is the invisible body. The body and soul are not divided anywhere, they are parts of each other, they are parts of one whole. You have to accept the body, you have to love the body, you have to respect the body, you have to be grateful to your body… The body is the most complex mechanism in existence — it is simply marvelous! And blessed are those who marvel. Begin the feeling of wonder with your own body, because that is the closest to you. The closest nature has approached to you, the closest God has come to you, is through the body. In your body is the water of the oceans, in your body is the fire of the stars and the suns, in your body is the air, your body is made of earth. Your body represents the whole of existence, all the elements. And what a transformation! What a metamorphosis! Look at the earth, and then look at your body, what a transformation, and you have never marveled about it! Dust has become divine – what greater mystery is possible? What greater miracles are you waiting for? And you see the miracle happening every day. Out of the mud comes the lotus…and out of the dust has arisen our beautiful body.”

Using hypnosis, you first reconnect with your body/mind, making friends with it, and then start a healing process by communicating with your unconscious. Of this meditative therapy Osho points out that it can be used for weight control, for dealing with migraines and any other body aches and pains or for anything in the body which is out of natural balance.

Once you start communicating with your body, things become very easy.

When the training finish we will give to you ”book with guided meditation: ´Talking to your Body` on CD  & book (FREE)

The body need not be forced, it can be persuaded. One need not fight with the body — that’s ugly, violent, aggressive, and any sort of conflict is going to create more and more tension. So you need not be in any conflict — let comfort be the rule. And the body is such a beautiful gift from God that to fight with it, is to deny God himself. It is a shrine… we are enshrined in it; it is a temple. We exist in it and we have to take every care of it — it is our responsibility.

So for seven days…. It will look a little absurd in the beginning because we have never been taught to talk to our own body — and miracles can happen through it. They are already happening without our knowing it. When I am saying something to you, my hand follows in a gesture. I am talking to you — it is my mind that is communicating something to you. My body is following it. The body is en rapport with the mind.

When you want to raise the hand, you have to do nothing — you simply raise it. Just the very idea that you want to raise it and the body follows it; it is a miracle. In fact biology or physiology has not yet been able to explain how it happens. Because an idea is an idea; you want to raise your hand — it is an idea. How does this idea become transformed into a physical message to the hand? And it does not take any time at all — in a split second; sometimes without any time gap.

For example I am talking to you and my hand will go on collaborating; there is no time gap. It is as if the body is running parallel to the mind. It is very sensitive — one should learn how to talk to it, and many things can be done. – Osho

The body is the visible soul, and the soul is the invisible body. The body and soul are not divided anywhere, they are parts of each other, they are parts of one whole. You have to accept the body, you have to love the body, you have to respect the body, you have to be grateful to your body… The body is the most complex mechanism in existence — it is simply marvelous! And blessed are those who marvel. Begin the feeling of wonder with your own body, because that is the closest to you. The closest nature has approached to you, the closest God has come to you, is through the body. In your body is the water of the oceans, in your body is the fire of the stars and the suns, in your body is the air, your body is made of earth. Your body represents the whole of existence, all the elements. And what a transformation! What a metamorphosis! Look at the earth, and then look at your body, what a transformation, and you have never marveled about it! Dust has become divine – what greater mystery is possible? What greater miracles are you waiting for? And you see the miracle happening every day. Out of the mud comes the lotus…and out of the dust has arisen our beautiful body.”

“ People need to be taught how to make friends with the body.The body has to be loved – you have to be a great friend. It is your home, you have to clean it of all junk, and you have to remember that it is in your service continuously, day in, day out. It is doing everything for your survival, for your life, although you are so ungrateful that you have never even thanked your body.” Osho

Reminding Yourself of the Forgotten Language of Talking to the Body

It is this set of relationships – between the conscious and unconscious layers of the mind, and their influence on the body and our overall sense of well being – that Osho addresses in a revolutionary technique he developed in 1989, just two months before he left the body. It started as an experiment with his own body, when his shoulder was giving him a great deal of pain. According to notes taken by his secretary at the time, Osho told his shoulder to “drop the pain” and it did – literally! – as the pain dropped from the shoulder first into the arm, and then the leg. But he kept on experimenting, and invited others also to experiment with a technique of talking to the body and asking it to drop the pain, that it was no longer needed and once gone there was no need to bring it back. Over the next few days and weeks, a new meditative therapy of “Reminding Yourself of the Forgotten Language of Talking to the Body and Mind” was born. It is now offered as a seven-day series of one-hour sessions at the Osho Meditation Resort in Pune, India, and offered around the world by individuals who have been trained in the process.

Zaki was born and raised in Italy. She has been working with people as a therapist, healer and spiritual counselor since 1987. She works individually with people, leads seminars and has a broad range of expertise including teaching & counseling skills. She is an experienced meditator and teacher of meditation.  She has used many different meditation techniques and has helped hundreds of people to learn the art of meditation. She has been on the journey of meditation with the Indian mystic, Osho, the Buddha of our times, who developed a science of transformation for the modern man.

She has been practicing meditation and transformational therapy for the last 25 years here in the states and at the residence of the Osho Multiversity and Meditation Resort in Pune, India. This center is the largest personal growth center in the world and has thousands of visitors from over 100 countries each year. She has training in many therapeutic approaches including Bioenergetic, Hypnosis,  Breath Work, Primal Feeling, Experiencing Trauma Therapy, Inner Woman work, the Osho Tantra Intensive, the Path of Love and the Osho Therapist Training.  She is a certified Osho Breath Therapist,and is also a certified meditation facilitator, Energy Counseling, Reiki Master, and Osho Transformational Therapist, which includes certifications in a variety of healing modalities including counseling.

She has helped thousands of people to transform their passion to live happy, peaceful lives.  Her work is a synthesis of many years of spiritual and therapeutic practice and is characterized by her enthusiasm, compassionate love of people, and humor.

Zaki also provides personal, private healing sessions. During the session, Zaki will use many techniques to remove long-held blocks and open the way to a more peaceful way of being. The sessions are designed to assist you in addressing your deepest life issues and help you to overcome obstacles that may have been in your life for a long time. In the sessions you present your situation and  Zaki responds through her intuition, revealing to you the programs that you may use unconsciously to sabotage yourself and presents you with alternatives that can lead to a more peaceful and successful life.

Who is Osho?

Osho  is a contemporary mystic from India who has been transforming,  and impacted the life of millions of people through his unique meditation techniques as well as through his talks which have been transcribed and are already available as books, throughout the world in more than 50 languages. Osho is the most prolific author on this planet with over 650 books (64 million words) in print! He teaches creativity because that is the very essence of God. Osho left his body in 1990, yet the number of listeners, and Osho friend he has acquired has been growing exponentially.   The reason is his wisdom takes you beyond time and causation, in the enlightened world that is beyond the mind.Just reading any of his books, you start to become a whole human being again because you’re connecting to his consciousness which is at home, unified with Divine Source.The new man that Osho speaks about is one who is an authentic human being.  Who is blend of a Zorba the Greek and Siddartha the Buddha. Someone who can let their hair down and dance in the moonlight while peacefully watching the swans sitting on the lake. After His enlightenment at the age of 21, Osho completed His academic studies and spent several years teaching philosophy at the University of Jabalpur. Meanwhile, He traveled throughout India giving talks, challenging orthodox religious leaders in public debate, questioning traditional beliefs, and meeting people from all walks of life. He read extensively, everything he could find to broaden his understanding of the belief systems and psychology of contemporary man. At one time, he had one of the largest private libraries in the world. In the early 1970 the first westerners began to hear of Osho. By 1974, a commune had been established around Him in Poona, India, and the trickle of visitors from the West was soon to become a flood. In the course of His work Osho had spoken on virtually every aspect of development of human consciousness.

Osho developed 112 new forms of active meditation  The best known is Dynamic Meditation which often starts with strenuous physical activity followed by silence and celebration. These were expected to lead the individual to overcome repression, lower their personal inhibitions, develop a “state of emptiness”, and attain enlightenment. The person then would have “no past, no future, no attachment, no mind, no ego, no self.” Anti-cult groups claimed that he urged his disciples to sever their connection to their families of origin. It is true that he felt that the institution of the family was out of date and that it should be replaced with alternative forms of community and ways of caring for children. However, he actually encouraged individual disciples to make peace with their families.  Certainly a proposal to existence – that it is everyone’s birthright to enjoy that same oceanic experience of true individuality. For that, Osho says, ‘There is only one path, which goes inwards, where you will not find a single human being, where you will only find silence, peace.’
A conclusion? There are no full stops in the Osho vision, but a helping hand towards understanding ourselves: ‘I would like to say to you: Science is the ultimate value. And there are only two kinds of sciences: one, objective science, that decides about the outside world; and two, subjective science.

One hour a day for seven days.

 



Details

Date:
August 23
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
$300

Venue

OSHO Meditation Center & Multiversity
10359 Shore Crest Ter
Moreno Valley, CA 92557 United States
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