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OSHO Inner Journey with Deva Purnima – November 8th – 10th (Mississauga, Ontario)

6 October 2013 No Comment

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Friends, after a long gap of meditation activities, I am very excited to share with everyone that Ma Deva Purnima will be coming to Mississauga to conduct a weekend meditation workshop!
Please read about Ma Deva Purnima’s experience below.
Here is the schedule of events.
FRIDAY EVENING: November 8th
6:30 – 9:30 PM: Registration Introduction to the weekend
Who is Osho and what is His Vision
Gibberish Meditation
Awareness Technique for Everyday Life
Osho Video Discourse
Questions and Answers
Light refreshments will be served.

8:30 -9:30 – OSHO Dynamic Meditation
9:30 – 10:15 – Breakfast/Rest
10:30 – 1:45 – A Taste of OSHO Mystic Rose
2:00 – 3:15 -   Lunch
3:30 – 4:30 -  Open session: Sharing, Zen walk…
4:45 – 5:45 -  OSHO Kundalini Meditation
6:30 – 8:00    Evening Meeting with Video Discourse
 (Sannyas celebration here)
SUNDAY FULL DAY: November 10th
  8:30 -9:30 -   OSHO Dynamic Meditation
9:30 – 10:15 – Breakfast/Rest
10:30 – 11:30 – Om (Third Eye) Meditation (created by Sw. Arun)
12:00 – 1:00   Laughing Drums (Dance Meditation)
1:15 – 2:30  -  Lunch
2:30 – 4:15 –   Awareness Techniques for Everyday Life (from Book of Secrets)
4:45 – 5:45 -   OSHO Kundalini Meditation 6:30 – 8:00     Evening Meeting with Video Discourse
Closing session
Ma Shraddha (Nirmal) (647.393.5402)  Email:  nirmaljk@yahoo.com
Nirmal Active Yoga
5402 Kinglet Avenue, Mississauga, ON, L5V 2C8
Friday -08 Nov 2013-$ 10   -6.30 9:30  pm
Saturday-09 2013-$ 45       – 8 am – 8 pm
Sunday-10 2013-$ 45         -8 am –  8 pm
Food and snacks- $ 30  (Includes Breakfast,Lunch,Evening Tea and light Snacks)
Full Camp Package- $130
About Ma Deva Purnima

Ma Purnima is a long-time Osho sannyasin and Osho Meditation facilitator.

She participated in several trainings in the Osho Meditations Resort in Pune: Meditation leader training, Osho Born Again, and Osho No-Mind, and has also been facilitating meditations and been a helper in various therapy groups in the Meditation Resort. Born and raised in Germany, she has been a permanent resident of the US since 1989, and has been an avid traveler. Purnima lived for two years at Osho Karuna Ashram, in the German city of Augsburg in Bavaria, before coming to Pune in spring of 1981. She lived and worked in the Commune in India in Poona 1 , and was fortunate to meditate in the presence of  Osho. In 1983 and 1984, she attended the Annual World Festival at the Ranch in Oregon and also worked at Rajneeshpuram  for several months during that time.
After the end of the Ranch, she pursued yoga studies, and, prepared herself to make a living “in the World”, but “not be of it”. She obtained a B.B.A. and MBA degree in International Business and Marketing Management  in New York City  and then proceeded to work for ten years as a research analyst for a multinational corporation in Manhattan, New York.
In 2001, life brought her back to Pune, to the Osho International Meditation Resort, where she visited every year for several weeks at a time, while keeping her life “in the world”, and eventually, seeking a life-change and a new direction.
She joined the work-as-meditation program in January 2007. Since then, she divides her time every year between Pune and New York City.  In the last few years, she took part in several trainings in the Meditation Resort. She has been a facilitator for Osho No-Mind and Osho Born Again Meditative Therapies in the Resort, besides her work translating Osho’s words into German and assisting with research for Osho.com in the archives of the Osho Library in Pune.

OSHO’s Insight into Meditation:
The meditation that I teach is so simple, so scientific, that if a hundred people take to it, seventy of them are going to make it. There is no condition that you are qualified to do it; that you do it is all that is needed. Besides, you are not required to owe allegiance to any religion, any scripture, or to have faith and belief as a pre-condition to meditation.- OSHO


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