When methods designed to support individual self-understanding are combined with meditation, then changes start happening very intensely and very quickly.
Osho Multiversity may be the largest center in the world for meditation and personal growth processes. It encompasses all the current western therapy approaches: the healing arts of East and West, esoteric sciences, creative arts, centering and martial arts, Tantra, Zen, Sufism, and Meditative Therapies. The Multiversity offers individual sessions, as well as group activities including classes, courses and intensives. Even more unique than this amazing diversity, is the fact that all the methods used, whether relating to the body, the mind, the emotions or the subtle energy bodies, have meditation both at their base and as their objective.
Program details: Scroll through the Multiversity program calendar or through the courses/classes by subject below.
Language: All courses are held in English. The meditative therapies are non-verbal processes and so no translators are required.
OSHO Multiversity timings: Most courses are from 9:30 – 16:00, with an occasional extra session at night. The core of all the courses are OSHO Dynamic Meditation at 6:00, OSHO Kundalini Meditation at 16:15, and at 18:40, the OSHO Evening Meeting meditation which are part of a full daily meditation program.
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The best way to really immerse yourself in the Multiversity courses and the meditations at the core of the Multiversity programs is in the 30-day Multiversity Plus, the 14-day Meditation Plus, or the 7-Day Week Within Living In programs.
These OSHO Multiversity Courses can be an intense challenge to our beliefs about the world and ourselves. Osho has given very clear guidance about which courses are suitable for people with different cultural or psychological histories. OSHO Multiversity’s admission policy is based on this guidance, and this may result in the OSHO Multiversity deciding that it is not in your best interests to participate in a particular course.